Saturday, May 20, 2006

make the connection: cervical cancer awareness

I received an email pointing me to this website Make the Connection, which promotes cervical cancer awareness and prevention. Additionally, you can support the cause ...

By ordering a free Make the Connection bracelet kit, you will be helping to advance cervical cancer education and outreach. For every pair of bracelet kits ordered, Merck will donate one dollar to Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation, up to $100,000, for cervical cancer awareness and screening programs among medically underserved women.

Anything to help keep our goddesses happy, healthy and strong ...

1 comment:

Katherine Cunnigham said...

I'd like to offer up another opinion. What if the abnormal cells that start in the cervix are actually a combination of tampon damage, and hormonal pill aging of the cervix?

Tampons are lodged in this incredibly sensitive area for hours on time. They are not sterile, and they can shed threads. I spoke once with a man whose study was on the cervix; his thesis was based on the cellular changes that take place. His warning to all women is be aware of what you place within! He found, way too many times, tampon threads of fibre, there in the cellular milieu, being foreign bodies that the body needs to expel.

Then there are the studies done by Odenblad, the source work of the Billings method that has documented the premature aging of the cervix by the hormonal pill. Any overt force placed on the cervix, which synthetic progesterone or oestrogen will do, will age it faster! Like over farming land, over producing in certain mucus, such as the mucus plug created by high levels of progesterone.

These are perhaps the connections that could be made, if we choose to question the information.