Truth and Myths – causes of cancer

    Below the most popular myths about cancer causes and explains why they aren’t true.

  • Cancer is contagious.
  • The in itself cancer is noncontagious. There are no reasons and no need to be afraid and avoid people with cancer . just some viruses, which are contagious, can lead to the development of cancer.

  • Sugar cause cancer to grow faster
  • This misconception may be based in part on a misunderstanding of positron emission tomography (PET) scans.
    But this is not true. Sugar doesn’t make cancer grow faster. Sugar has no influence on growth cancer

  • Plastic containers cause cancer
  • The FDA carefully reviews the substances used to make plastics designed for food use, including microwave-safe plastic wraps and containers. These plastics are classified as “food contact substances.” The FDA must find them safe for their intended use before these products can be marketed as such.

  • Deodorants can cause breast cancer.
  • There isn’t a clear link between the use of antiperspirants and breast cancer.
    about 90 percent of adults regularly use an deodorant or antiperspirant, but there are no certificates that 90 percent fall ill breast cancer or mammary gland

  • Vitamin Supplements Protect Cancer
  • A study of more than 75,000 people shows that multivitamins, vitamin C and E do not decrease the risk of cancer.
    There are no data confirming relationships between different types of supplements and cancer