Bill Henderson is the author of the book “Cure Your Cancer” and host of the popular radio show “How to Live Cancer-Free.” After 25 years as a cancer-prevention advocate speaking with thousands of cancer patients and doctors on and off the air, he says, “Two facts have jumped out at me from those many phone calls… 1) The most common cause of all cancers is root canal-filled teeth and cavitation sites; and 2) Until a cancer patient gets rid of the root canal-filled teeth and cavitations, they don’t get well. You can take those two facts to the bank, folks.”
Science is beginning to agree with Henderson’s claim. Dr. Robert Jones, a researcher at the Institute for Cancer Sciences at the University of Glasgow, looked directly at the relationship between root canals and breast cancer. Mercury, from fillings, may also be linked to increased rates of cancer.
His 5-year study involving over 300 women with breast cancer found that 93 percent of them had root canals. Interestingly, he also found that, in the majority of the cases, the cancer tumors were located on the same side of the body as the root canal or other oral pathology.
In addition, the actual root canal procedure can be the cause of infection from the get-go. A 1998 study, published in the American Academy of Periodontology, concluded that the actual root canal sites as well as the blood samples of all 26 case subjects contained anaerobic bacteria. It is a safe bet that from the minute you get that root canal (no doubt recommended and performed by your traditional local dentist), a never-ending river of bacteria starts flowing into your entire bloodstream.
Teeth become a hotel for bacteria once their blood and nerve supply have been removed – as in a root canal.
What should one do? First, do NOT get any MORE root canals! If you already traveled this path you may want to consider removing root canal teeth. I check the teeth of our patients to make sure they are not sources of toxicity.