Although lumps and cancer in the breast produce no pain, they sometimes do give you little warning twinges. These
twinges cross into the breast from the armpit or from any direction. It is gone in a second, leading one to believe it couldn’t be serious. If the breast has any unusual sensations, painful or not, investigate immediately.
Test yourself for cancer. (You may use a specimen of mother’s milk as a cancer test since this has mitotic stimulants in it—see Curing Cancer page 331). If you have purchased a slide of breast tissue (mammary gland) you can search your breast for cancer. If not, but you find “mother’s milk” in your white blood cells, assume it is cancer and clear it up immediately.
If you don’t have cancer, search for the pollutants giving you these twinges of pain. search for your deodorant, cosmetics, and soap in your white blood cells. Search for dental metal. The breasts are often full of nickel. Nickel is quite soluble in fat and the breast is mainly fat. Nickel is one of the top carcinogens listed by researchers. It could even explain the high incidence of breast cancer. But titanium and barium from cosmetics, as well as asbestos and fiberglass are also quickly accumulated in the breast. Clean up your dentalware and body products. Check for exposed fiberglass. Change your dryer belt. Buy a new non-CFC refrigerator. Never try to get rid of these pains with pain killers; let the pains show you whether the clean up has been complete.