American Cancer Society, Komen Foundation deny link between bras and breast cancer
Monday, May 19, 2014 by: Ethan A. Huff, s
Authors Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer, husband and wife medical anthropologists, have conducted extensive research into the link between bras and breast cancer. They are convinced that the lymphatic constriction imposed by wearing bras prevents women's bodies from effectively clearing out toxins and other waste, leading to an accumulation of these cancer-causing substances. Bras can also cut off circulatory flow within the body, leading to other health problems.
"Because lymphatic vessels are very thin, they are extremely sensitive to pressure and are easily compressed," the Singers are quoted as saying, noting that the perpetual use of bras over the course of several decades can eventually lead to cancer. "Less oxygen and fewer nutrients are delivered to the cells, while waste products are not flushed away."
These are powerful claims, and science seems to back them. Based on an analysis comparing women who wear bras to those who don't, breast cancer risk was found to be significantly higher among women in the former group. At the same time, women who do not wear bras <http://www.naturalnews.com/bras.html> have about the same risk of developing breast cancer as the average man does, which is not very high.
Beginning in 1991, the Singers initiated a 30-month "Bra and Breast Cancer" study that evaluated roughly 4,000 women from five major U.S. cities. All the women were Caucasian and came from mostly middle-income homes, ranging in age from 30 to 79. About half of them had previously been diagnosed with breast cancer <http://www.naturalnews.com/cancer.html> .
After determining the bra-wearing habits of all the women, the Singers determined that wearing a bra increases a woman's risk of developing breast cancer by double. Shockingly, wearing a bra to sleep at night is even worse, with three out of four, or 75 percent, of women who engage in this practice regularly developing the condition.
"Women who want to avoid breast cancer should wear a bra for the shortest period of time possible -- certainly for less than 12 hours daily," said Sydney Singer.
The next time you're asked to donate to cancer research, send your bra instead
One would think that such information would be pertinent to Komen and other cancer organizations, which are purportedly raising money to find a cure. But the Singers and others have never been able to get their attention, with both Komen and the ACS denying any link between bras and breast cancer.
So the Singers are calling on women everywhere to not only boycott supporting these organizations, but also to send over their bras whenever they are asked for money. Awareness about the potential dangers of wearing bras should at least be acknowledged by these groups that claim to support cancer awareness, and yet the response of ACS and Komen on the issue has been less than acceptable.
"Because of this unscientific stonewalling of this information," Singer wrote, "over the past 20 years 2,000,000 women in the US alone have gotten breast cancer who may have prevented it by simply loosening their bra and wearing it less time each day."
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Would you believe that two of the nation's most prominent cancer organizations are completely disinterested in a common wardrobe practice that studies suggest could be a leading cause of breast cancer in women?
Wearing bras, says the book Dressed To Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras, appears to be a common trigger of this harrowing disease, yet the American Cancer Society (ACS) and the Susan G. Komen Foundation continue to deny any link between the two.