Children with Cancer : Causes

   Cancer is an illness that appears in living beings as a result of exposure to toxic products (ex. : radioactive waste or pesticides from agriculture) or as a result of permanent sufferings like dogs kept most of the time locked in small areas who cannot run outside enough as their health would require, or permanent sufferings in children resulting from having been abused.
  When the medical treatments are inefficient, that means that the cancer might not be caused by physiological factors but rather by emotional ones.

   It is a striking fact that 90% of persons with cancer who die from it do not die from the original location of cancer in their body, but they die from metastasis : when cancer spreads somewhere else in the body. Thus it seems that the first appearance of cancer in somebody (a child or an adult) is not lethal for their life but is a warning, a strong signal from the body to tell that something is very wrong and needs to be considered.

   Unfortunately, most often the patient' s family and the physicians want to consider only the symptoms, and they remain on treating only them while the cause of the illness is called "unknown".
   The social pressure and the interests of those involved are such that attempting a psychological investigation is almost always avoided.

   The something very wrong that the body warns about thru the illness is thus ignored in spite of the life and death situation. If that all-important matter is disclosed, the cancer will be cured and will never return. If that matter is ignored, chances are that the patient will continue to suffer and finally die : the body will insist until the proper action is taken or death will follow.
   Sure enough, honestly accepting to know that matter will bring hardship, but once this step is successfully completed the cancer will cure without any need for medical treatments. If not, the hardship will be much worse : death or disability for life.

   Ignoring strong signals from the body brings always very bad consequences : it is a matter of survival. If it was not so important, the body being well equipped could bear with it without damage, its immune system would get rid of cancerous cells without problem.
   "I can state that more than 95 % of the cancer patients who consulted with me were people who do not take care of themselves and do not listen to themselves. Often they think of others before themselves and they never listen to their body nor to their emotions" (Dr Eric Ménat who spent 25 years treating people with cancer).

The process of cancer :

1- The starting point of cancer is when something very wrong is done to the child (something very contrary to ces needs and feelings). Then for that child to adapt and nevertheless continue living as running away is not an option, the feelings and emotions associated with the abuse(s) are pushed deep in the young person' s body and out of ces conscience.

2- With time, from where the somatization is located, cancer grows when no progress nor help is provided to the child to alleviate it.

3- It grows until it starts appearing on the outside in the form of symptoms that are detrimental to the victim : they must be treated.

4- Most often the treatments done are only medical, they thus miss the psychological cause and are therefore inefficient.

5- In some cases though, the illness disappears but can reappear later ("relapses").
   The illness insists as if it is a persistent protest to demand that the victim should be helped to get free from the consequences of ces abused past.
   If still no proper help is provided, the life deep inside the body (off the patient' s conscience) continues to protest until death occurs, as if to mean life has no value if continued with the repressed negative emotions inside, possibly because the patient has been deprived of basic satisfactions as a consequence of abuse.
   In other words, life inside the body demands that the basic needs should be met or death will occur, but with plenty of time left to react positively with the patient when ce is still able to undergo a psychotherapy.

   In cases where the child continues to be abused though sick, the child may show great improvement when in hospital because there the child is protected from the abuser, and then when back home the child suffers a relapse with cancer as ce is abused again.

Function of cancer in the young patient' s life :

   Cancer appears in a child for a reason (when not caused by a physical factor like toxic waste nearby) : as a consequence of having been abused.
If the problem is not clearly seen by somebody with the power to disentangle the situation where the child is, and if the child has no opportunity to vent out the associated repressed negative feelings, cancer can reappear again and again until it reaches the ultimate solution which is death of the child.

   Cancer indicates that after having been abused the child can not remain healthy as if nothing happened, and it is somehow a call for help from the inner life in the child to try get the child out of a very harmful situation, after the child was helpless to protect ceself from abuse.

   Unfortunately so far most parents and professionals want to treat only the illness that shows at the surface and they want to avoid looking for causes of it. In the same way, unplugging a fire alarm that rings won't help put out the fire.

   If the child dies, that indicates that life was not sustainable for the young person as long as the core issue was not properly addressed.

   In other words, cancer is the way the inner life of a given child found to try get the child out of the dead end (literally) where the child is after having been abused.

When life wants to end :

   Cancer is not caused by the body of the persons. It is life deep seated in the body that decides the sufferings in the person are too much and starts trigger in the body that self-destruction process.
   There is usually enough time for intervention to stop the negative process, but in the absence of any appropriate help risk is high that death will follow, when there is not enough positive factors left to sustain life in the sufferers.

rev. 2015