If you have ever had an abnormal Pap smear, it probably felt like your world had come to an end. The scare of possible cancer is enough to make you give in to your doctor's pressure for conventional therapy. But you probably don't have to. Here's why:
Researchers recently found one cause of abnormal Pap smears. It's a simple vitamin deficiency. In the study, the researchers compared 103 women with abnormal cervical changes to 175 normal women. The women with abnormal cells had much lower vitamin B12 levels.
Vitamin B12 is one of the most-used vitamins in alternative medicine. Integrative physicians have been injecting it for decades. And they've been seeing incredible results. One of those uses is in reversing colon polyps. In fact, a second study found that those with the highest levels of vitamin B12 have a 34% less risk of developing colon cancer.
I've seen the total reversal of abnormal Paps and colon polyps without conventional medicine. All these folks did was take high levels of folic acid (5 mg three times daily) and vitamin A (100,000 IU daily). And it usually takes only about three months. Now we can add vitamin B12 to the list; maybe it will work even faster.
Vitamin B12 and folate work together in an important DNA protection process called methylation. This process keeps cancer from attacking. And studies prove this process can stop cervical cancer.
So if you have an abnormal Pap smear, don't rush into conventional therapy. First, get your vitamin B12 levels checked. If they're low, simply ask your integrative physician for an injection. It's cheap, easy, and incredibly effective.
Yours for better health and medical freedom,
Robert Jay Rowen, MD
Ref: "Folate and vitamin B12 levels in abnormal pap smears: a case control study," Yuksel H, Odabasi AR, et al, Eur J Gynaecol Oncol, 2007; 28(6): 526-30.