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Example: Alternative cancer therapies
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Why? Because Wikipedia disseminate corporate-controlled disinformation
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(3) "Intragenic ATM Methylation in Peripheral Blood DNA as a Biomarker of Breast Cancer Risk" by Kevin Brennan1, et al., Cancer Res May 1, 2012 72; 2304.
(4) "A Simple Blood Test May Detect Breast Cancer Up to a Decade in Advance" by Christine Hsu, Medical Daily, May 1, 2012.
(5) "Blood test could detect breast cancer risk", The Guardian, April 30, 2012.
(6) "Vitamin C and α-naphthoflavone prevent estrogen-induced mammary tumors and decrease oxidative stress in female ACI rats" by Sarah M. Mense, et al., Carcinogenesis. 2009 July, 30(7): 1202?1208.
(7) "Dressed to Kill" by Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer. ISBN 978-1-930858-06-0
(8) "The potential therapeutic benefits of vitamin D in the treatment of estrogen receptor positive breast cancer." by A.V. Krishnan, et al., Steroids. 2012 Jul 16;77(11):1107-1112,
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