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Will I Die from Reflux and Laryngeal Cancer? By Mrs Vera West

     I think I will die from having to correct text which suddenly goes capitalised because some fool put the caps lock key next to the common “A” letter. Anyone with thick fat fingers will hit the cap key 9 times out of 10. Anyway, after losing $30 on my Load and Go card, losing the receipt, I have a bad case of reflux, caused we are told by excess acid travelling up the food pipe in a marvel of engineering. The acid is said, over time, to erode things away, and bingo, cancer and you are dead. In my case my voice box gets a dose, especially at night, so the concern is cancer of the vocal cords. But, with a bit more research, I found that the issue is complex:
  https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/hed.23208

“Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or its variation known as laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR), has been recognized as a potential cause of several laryngeal disorders. Patients with laryngeal cancer have lifestyle risk factors, especially tobacco and alcohol consumption, that play an etiological role in the development of their cancer but also places them at risk for reflux. The question then arises whether there is merely an association or a causal relationship between laryngeal cancer and reflux. However, despite a number of studies, a causal relationship with laryngeal cancer is uncertain. In this article, we address the current literature in a critical manner to evaluate the relationship between reflux and laryngeal cancer. From the review of the literature, we conclude that there is insufficient evidence to support a causal role of reflux in laryngeal cancer, mainly because of the confounding effect of tobacco and alcohol consumption and the inaccuracies in the diagnosis of reflux.”

     So, there does not seem to be definitive evidence for a causal relation between reflux and laryngeal cancer because of the sample of patients being skewed with alcohol and tobacco users. There are not enough “pure” people like me, to determine a firm conclusion:
  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3109325/

     I will assume the worst, and go research what Natural News.com has to offer, as I might as well tackle the cancer than try and get a definitive answer from orthodox medicine. Best to eliminate the middle man, and deal straight with the demon itself.

 

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