Thyroid Cancer And Everything You Must Know About That

Thyroid Cancer And Everything You Must Know About That

By Brad Riza
Based on a true story

My introduction to cancer came at age four, at the same time that I first received my gift from Spirit. I was seated at the family dinner table when Spirit appeared to me, instructing me to inform my grandmother that she had lung cancer. Though I didn’t know what the term meant, I repeated it, much to the shock of everyone at the table. The doctor soon confirmed that the revelation was true.

thyroid cancer

Afterward, I asked Spirit how it had happened. Why had my grandmother gotten cancer? Spirit answered that it was a combination of a virus, EBV, plus a variety of toxins in the form of heavy metals, DDT and other pesticides, solvents, plastics, and petroleum. The words were foreign to me at that young age, though I could tell they were serious. Since then—for the entire time I’ve had this gift—I’ve taken cancer personally. Over the decades, I’ve helped countless people who were battling cancer to find answers, safety, and healing.


You’ll hear from other sources that cancer has always been part of our human history. Going back 500 years, 1,000 years, even going back to ancient times, these sources say, cancer has gotten in the way of life. You’ll be told that cancer can be found in mummies, and one day, you’ll even be told that cancer was discovered in a caveman found preserved in ice for tens of thousands of years.

industrial revolution , cancer

The truth is that real, malignant cancer is a comparatively recent development. While the tumors of old could be life-threatening if they grew in such a way that they impeded organ function, they weren’t caused by cancer cells; they were benign.

When the ancient Greeks used the word that eventually led to our English word cancer, they weren’t referring to what we mean today when we say “cancer.” Theirs was a blanket term for all disease, when someone was ailing, not recovering, and even dying without explanation. Tumors—non-cancerous tumors—made up only a tiny fraction of that definition.

The tumors of the day formed from old scar tissue from flesh wounds and from toxic heavy metals saturating living tissue. Real, malignant cancer’s true origins only go back to the Industrial Revolution.


Why are we told otherwise? Why are we led to believe that cancer is practically prehistoric? Because if we believe that cancer has been with us since the beginning of humankind, then we’ll think that a predisposition toward it is written into our genes, and therefore we’re the ones who should take the blame for it.

If we’re convinced that we create cancer within ourselves or that cancer is our fault because we’re frail human beings, we won’t look harder for the answers we’re not supposed to know.

Well, you deserve answers—so let’s get rid of the mystery around thyroid cancer.


Ninety-eight percent of the time, cancer is caused by a virus and at least one type of toxin. There are many viruses that can be involved with cancer; EBV is one of them, and in combination with toxins, it’s the virus responsible for thyroid cancer. (EBV is also responsible for breast cancer, liver cancer, almost all lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, women’s reproductive cancers, leukemia, and many more.)

It’s easy to think that a mother and daughter who look alike and sound alike and both develop thyroid cancer in their lifetimes get that same cancer because of genes. That’s what we’re supposed to think, because it keeps us from investigating outside sources.

While of course facial features and vocal chords are genetic, disease isn’t. Here’s the real equation: Virus + Toxins = Cancer
When a particular virus has the right fuel in the form of particular toxins, cancer can result. Notice how genes aren’t part of that at all? What medical communities interpret as genetics with cancer susceptibility is really the passing along of viruses and toxins from generation to generation, or exposure within a family to the same viruses and toxins because the family lives together.

That mother and daughter could have both inherited EBV through the family line, and then, during the daughter’s childhood, both could have been exposed to nasty toxins that fed the virus.

To examine how the Epstein-Barr virus became part of the cancer equation, let’s touch back on the historical development of EBV. First, the Industrial Revolution came along, and with it, the development of brand-new, heavy-metal-laden chemical compounds that began to pollute our world and our bodies.

EBV would feed off of these poisons to try to protect us from them like the good, loyal virus it still was, and in processing them, the virus cells would essentially remanufacture the poisons into more toxic form, releasing them in order to protect itself into whatever tissue surrounded it— whether in the liver, lungs, pancreas, breasts, thyroid, or elsewhere. Once eliminated as EBV byproduct, these remanufactured poisons could serve as food again to the virus. This would happen continually, with only the strongest virus cells—ones that could tolerate the ever-stronger poisons— surviving and multiplying.

When EBV was first morphing like this, it wasn’t yet cancerous. Benign tumors could form from the dead human tissue killed off by EBV’s poisonous remanufactured byproduct; for the most part, that was it.

(Malignant EBV tumors were still extremely rare. Those that did form were a result of the very first mutated strain of EBV that came into contact with early, experimental chemical compounds.) What this time period really did was set the stage for certain strains of EBV to go cancerous eventually, when they encountered the right fuel.

As the decades passed and we entered the second half of the 1800s, the virus grew even stronger. Then came more industrial chemical creations, this time the experimental fungicides, herbicides, and antibiotics of the late 1800s that took EBV to a new level, forcing the virus to mutate so that it was one no longer beneficial to our bodies.

With these new chemical compounds as fuel, EBV’s toxic waste was more poisonous than ever before in its history.

When this viral byproduct saturated the living tissue of whichever part of the body it was in at a given time—for example, the thyroid—the formation of keloids and benign tumors from damaged, scarred tissue and dead human cells became more common. EBV, at the same time, was mutating in order to tolerate its own remanufactured, poisonous waste. It was only out for itself now.

As we moved into the 20th century, certain varieties of EBV became signature to creating cancer. And through the last 100-plus years, these EBV strains have continued to mutate as they consume more advanced, newer brews of toxins.


thyroid cancer forms

When someone contracts one of the mutated strains of EBV that can cause cancer, the strain keeps mutating inside the body if it has the right fuel in the form of toxins.

The virus takes in the toxins in its path and goes through that remanufacturing process, releasing poisons that are stronger than when they went in, almost like the trial-and-error synthesis process that goes into chemical companies’ creation of new, potent chemical compounds.

the remanufactured poisons will saturate the area of the gland where the virus cells are located, damaging thyroid tissue. The virus will consume the dead tissue cells that are filled with remanufactured poisons, and much of the virus will start to die off from the toxicity—in fact, someone’s viral load inside the thyroid could reduce 50 to 70 percent at this stage.

Another cycle will begin. The EBV cells that survive will be the ones best equipped to handle poisons. They’ll feed on any old or new toxins in that person’s body.

Plus their viral byproduct—this time even more potent after another round of reprocessing—will saturate the thyroid tissue again, killing off some of the healthy thyroid cells, and the virus will consume these poison-saturated tissue cells, too. The EBV cells that can’t tolerate the increased toxicity will die off, and the new round of survivors will be even stronger than before.

viral cell cycle

A third cycle will start. This time, as the virus resynthesizes and remanufactures another batch of poisons, it again saturates adjacent thyroid tissue and consumes the toxic, dead thyroid cells that result.

Instead of a normal die-off, like the virus cells of the previous cycles that took place six months to two years earlier, the virus cells that are poisoned this time reach their mutation capacity.

As a last-ditch method of survival when no longer able to mutate, these dying virus cells produce an enzymatic chemical compound that transforms them into living cancer cells. Now, instead of being on the brink of death, they have an afterlife.

With new structures, these cells consume the remanufactured-poison-saturated thyroid cells in order to reproduce and multiply, this time as cancer. As they do this, the cancer cells will in turn release a new enzymatic biochemical into nearby thyroid tissue, slowly morphing those human cells into cancer cells as well.

Both the formerly viral cancer cells and the formerly human cancer cells have life to them, and they group together to survive. In these clusters, they need food.

A process of angiogenesis occurs, where tiny blood vessels form —similar to the tiny veins in a leaf—to draw up nutrients past the microscopic membrane holding the cluster of cancer cells together. (Angiogenesis as a concept has been discovered by medical science and research, though the specifics we’re looking at in this chapter are not yet known.)

Meanwhile, there are still active EBV cells in the thyroid that haven’t turned cancerous. They’re continuing to cycle through consuming and re-consuming toxins, and their waste matter can continue to kill off living thyroid tissue.

The vessels of the cancerous cell mass will suck up both the remanufactured poisons and the dead human cells as fuel, allowing a malignant thyroid tumor or cyst to form—and then to grow and expand.


epstein barr virus , EBV

Let’s be perfectly clear that EBV does not automatically translate to thyroid cancer. First of all, only some mutated strains in EBV Groups 4 and 5 can form cancer cells.

Secondly, a particularly strong brew of toxins needs to be part of the equation, too. As you could see in the process we just examined, EBV needed fuel at every step of the way in order to advance to the point of cancer.

We’re not supposed to think too much about the toxins involved in cancer. We’re not supposed to know we inherit them. Instead, as I said, we’re supposed to think cancer is genetic.

If it’s genetic, then it’s our fault, and if it’s our fault, then no one else will pay the price. Think about mesothelioma, a cancer caused by asbestos exposure (one of the rare few cancers that does not involve a virus).

When the cause of mesothelioma came to light, companies were forced to put together a multibillion-dollar fund for patients and families affected by the cancer. That’s just one industrial-borne toxin.

Now imagine if the industries responsible for the production of all the various toxins that feed EBV were exposed. Billions alone would need to go into researching EBV and its mutations.

It would be catastrophic—class-action lawsuits would follow, dozens of multi-trillion-dollar funds would need to be established, and industries would pay the price for over 150 years of cancer.

So instead of the truth coming out about how various cancers develop, we’re told that we create it with our DNA or even our thoughts. Medical research and science focus on genes being responsible for cancer and how to treat cancer once it’s already formed, and the process of how cancer actually starts stays in the dark.

Now you know the truth, though, and that truth involves toxins. So many variables affect how an EBV-caused (or any virus-caused) cancer forms and develops.

Does someone have more dioxins in the body? More heavy metals, more pesticides, more pharmaceuticals? What kinds? What poisons were inherited through the family line? Then there’s the virus—what strain is it?

How mutated? If someone has fewer toxins and a strain of the virus that’s less aggressive, their cancer may not be as pernicious, and if it’s otherwise, the cancer may develop much more quickly.

And there’s the immune system to consider—is it compromised, or still going strong? If we were to make great strides in understanding cancer as a society, this is where medical research and science would focus.



The virus-plus-toxins formula may sound frightening. Don’t let it worry you. It’s much less frightening than not knowing how or why cancer plagues us.
Say you learn about a 90-year-old who smoked for 70 years and never developed lung cancer.

While he might have had plenty of other negative health effects from smoking, cancer wasn’t one of them. Then you think about someone who did develop lung cancer and never smoked a day in his life, though was exposed to another type of toxic brew.

What distinguished the two? Until now, you probably would have said that the answer was a mystery and most likely came down to genetics. In light of this chapter, you can say that the one who didn’t get cancer was the one without a virus.

And that knowledge gives you control in your own life—a wildly better option than living in fear. Whether you’d like to prevent thyroid cancer or deal with thyroid cancer you already have, you now know the steps to take:

(1) lower your viral load, and (2) eliminate toxins from your body.
Now, to give you an even fuller picture of your health-care story, let’s look at how thyroid blood tests really work.

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Increased Risk For Cancer

The potential carcinogenic properties of radioactive iodine can increase your risk of cancer, especially in organs which take up radioactive iodine in high concentration. These organs include the thyroid, salivary glands, stomach, intestine, kidneys and urinary tract.

There are scientific reports indicating a high risk for cancer with the use of radioactive iodine.

An excellent study was published in 2007 in cancer, the official journal of the American Cancer society. In this study, investigators from Finland followed 2793 patients for 10 years, who had received radioactive iodine treatment for their hyperthyroidism.

There was clearly an increased risk of cancer, especially cancer of stomach, kidney and breast in these patients treated with radioactive iodine.

Can radioactive iodine cause cancer?

radioactive iodine

It is a question that conscientious endocrinologists keep asking. After you ingest the radioactive iodine (radio-isotope I-131 to be more technical) pill, it gets concentrated in the thyroid, salivary glands, stomach and urinary bladder. Obviously, there is a genuine concern about cancer of these organs as well as cancer of the blood cells known as leukemia.

risk for cancer

There are scientific reports indicating a high risk for cancer with the use of radioactive iodine. An excellent study was published in 2007 in cancer, the official journal of the American Cancer society. In this study, investigators from Finland followed 2793 patients for 10 years, who had received radioactive iodine treatment for their hyperthyroidism. There was clearly an increased risk of cancer, especially cancer of stomach, kidney and breast in these patients treated with radioactive iodine .

The nuclear disaster of Chernobyl is a great example to learn from. This nuclear disaster led to a significant increase of thyroid cancer among those who were exposed to radioactive iodine and the numbers keeps increasing with the passage of time, as radiation is known to cause long-term side-effects. Radioactive iodine (I-131) is one of the major isotopes that gets released into the atmosphere after nuclear accidents.

Most physicists agree there is no absolutely safe dose of radiation and radiation takes a long time (up to several hundred years) to dissipate.

Therefore, if you receive any radiation, such as radioactive iodine to treat your Graves’ disease while you are young, it may show its long-term effects as a cancer in your older years.

It is a well known fact that patients with Graves’ disease are at a higher risk for thyroid cancer than the general population. Is radioactive iodine treatment playing a role?

If radioactive iodine was the only option to treat Graves’ disease, then it might be worth the risk. However, as you will learn in later chapters, there are other options.

enlarged thyroid gland

In addition, radioactive iodine does not treat the root cause of Graves’ disease, which is autoimmune dysfunction. Hence, you may get rid of symptoms of hyperthyroidism, but with the passage of time, you may develop other autoimmune disorders such as Celiac Disease, Colitis, Vitamin B12 deficiency, Lupus or Type 1 Diabetes.

In my early days as an endocrinologist, I used to treat Graves’ disease with radioactive iodine, just like most other endocrinologists in the U.S. Fortunately, I realized this strategy is overkill, gives rise to life-long medical issues and does not even treat the root cause of Graves’ disease.

Slowly, I developed a comprehensive, scientific yet practical strategy, which is free of the influence of the pharmaceutical industry as well as free of the unsubstantiated claims of Alternative medicine, which often takes advantage of those who are genuinely skeptical of traditional medicine.

  1. Certain Cases Of Thyroid Cancer. Some people with thyroid cancer will need to receive radioactive iodine. But how does someone with thyroid cancer know if it is really necessary to receive RAI? Well, this is a situation that most natural healthcare professionals probably would stay away from. So what I would recommend is to seek the opinion of a second, or even a third endocrinologist to be certain of this.

Just remember that even if radioactive iodine treatment is necessary, this still doesn’t correct the cause of the problem.

Whether someone developed hyperthyroidism or thyroid cancer, there still were factors which led to the development of these conditions. This is why it’s not a bad idea for someone who received RAI to consult with a natural healthcare professional.

Frequently such people are just told to take thyroid hormone for the rest of their life after receiving radioactive iodine (for those that become hypothyroid).

Thyroid hormone sometimes does a great job of managing the symptoms, but many people still have moderate to severe symptoms, even when taking synthetic or natural thyroid hormone for their hypothyroid condition.

Just remember that RAI doesn’t do anything for the immune system component of Graves’ Disease, doesn’t address compromised adrenal glands which may be an issue, won’t correct any existing imbalances of the sex hormones, and definitely won’t heal a condition such as leaky gut syndrome.

In summary, radioactive iodine won’t do anything to remove the trigger which resulted in the hyperthyroid or autoimmune thyroid condition, or correct compromised areas of the body.

So there might be situations when someone may need to receive radioactive iodine.

I realize it can be tough to make a decision when an endocrinologist tells you that RAI is necessary. But one shouldn’t take obliteration of their thyroid gland lightly.

As a result, if a doctor recommends that you receive radioactive iodine and you’re not sure if this is the right decision, consider what I have discussed, and if necessary, receive a second opinion.

After all, you only have one thyroid gland, and you want to do everything you can to keep it if at all possible.

While I hope I never have to face the possibility of receiving radioactive iodine treatment, if this were the case I personally might choose a thyroidectomy, rather than to have RAI. Once again, I’m hoping that I won’t ever need to choose between the two, but if I did, I very well might choose surgery instead.

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What Is The Conventional Treatment Method For Multinodular Goiter?


Numerous studies show that a total thyroidectomy should be considered the procedure of choice for multinodular goiter This is true even when someone has benign multinodular goiter.

Some medical doctors might not recommend surgery if someone has non-toxic multinodular goiter. However, a total thyroidectomy is used frequently for toxic multinodular goiter.

multinodular goiter

One big concern with having a multinodular goiter is the risk of thyroid cancer.

While the risk of thyroid cancer in people with this condition is relatively low, a malignancy is still possible.

One study looked to compare the thyroid cancer incidence in people with toxic and non-toxic multinodular goiter, and concluded that the incidence of malignancy in toxic multinodular goiter is not very low as thought earlier, and is nearly the same in non-toxic multinodular goiter.

However, a more recent study looked at whether the prevalence of thyroid cancer is different in thyroid glands with a single nodule versus multinodular goiter.It involved fourteen studies which included 23,565 patients with multinodular goiter, and 20,723 patients with a single nodule. The conclusion was that thyroid cancer might actually be less frequent in multinodular goiter, and this is especially true outside of the United States and possibly in iodine-deficient areas.

So does this mean that you shouldn’t be concerned about thyroid cancer? There is always a concern, but just as is the case with everything else, one needs to look at both the risks and benefits.

And while the risk of having thyroid cancer in people with a multinodular goiter is low, it still is possible. However, there are risks with thyroid surgery itself, such as damage to the parathyroid glands and/or laryngeal nerve.

And even if the surgery is successful, a total thyroidectomy will mean the person will need to take thyroid hormone on a permanent basis.

Once again, this might be necessary for some people, but is it really the only option for every single person with a multinodular goiter?

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Can Natural Treatment Methods Help With Multinodular Goiter?

treatment of goiter

Natural treatment methods can help many people with multinodular goiter. If an iodine deficiency is the cause of the condition then this definitely can be corrected.

But when there is another cause it can be more challenging. But as is the case with hyperthyroidism and Graves’ Disease, there is a cause behind multinodular goiter.

And while at times it can be a challenge to restore someone’s health back to normal, If one can possibly avoid a total thyroidectomy then in my opinion it is worth looking into a natural treatment protocol.

In summary, most people who have a multinodular goiter can be helped naturally, although at times it can be a challenge. Sometimes it can be caused by an iodine deficiency, although there can be other factors which cause this condition. Either way, since the medical approach usually involves a complete thyroidectomy, in many cases it is at least worth looking into natural treatment methods.


  • Multinodular goiter is characterized by a goiter, along with multiple thyroid nodules
  • Multinodular toxic goiter involves an excess production of thyroid hormone
  • There is evidence that in some cases an iodine deficiency can cause a multinodular goiter
  • Toxins can also lead to the development of a multinodular goiter
  • The conventional medical treatment for a multinodular goiter is a thyroidectomy
  • Natural treatment methods can help many people with multinodular goiter

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