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This Pill SKYROCKETS Your Breast Cancer Risk 620%?!

Dear Reader, 

 There’s one word you never want yourself, or a loved one, to hear at a doctor visit: 


 It’s one of the top life-robbing diseases in the world. And what you have to go through to fight it is worse than having the disease itself.  

 That’s why it frustrates me to no end when the mainstream docs dole out dangerous drugs that can CAUSE cancer. 

 And research reveals that one common drug could do just that… in fact it sends your risk of developing breast cancer THROUGH the roof at a staggering 620%! 

 Is your loved one — or are you — taking it? 

 A study published in Psychopharmacology Journal found that the chemical paroxetine found in SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) drug, used to treat depression was linked to a 620% INCREASE in breast cancer risk for women who had taken it for at least four years.  

 You might recognize this antidepressant as Paxil, Seroxat, Aropax or Pexeva. The sane study also found that these brands contain BPA.  

 BPA is a known xenoestrogen. This is a synthetic form of estrogen that previous studies have shown leads to breast cancer. 

 Another team of scientists from California found that a trial, which screened 446 drugs, linked the antidepressant paroxetine to the growth and development of breast cancer tumors.  

 Even though these SSRIs have been on the market for over 22 years that does NOT mean they are safe to treat your depression. 

 If you or a loved one are suffering with depression and taking one of these cancer-friendly drugs, it may be time to rethink your treatment. 

 Always consult your healthcare provider before stopping or switching medicines. You should also consider some natural ways to alleviate your depression. 

 For example, one of the best things you can do to prevent depression (and cancer for that matter) is to get the recommended 7-8 hours of sleep each night. Lack of sleep can cause inflammation which is a HUGE trigger for both depression and cancer.  

 Meditation and exercise are also great ways to sneak in a natural mood-booster.