Cancer is currently one of the world’s leading killers. I’ve lost relatives to cancer, and it’s likely you have, too.
We’ve all had friends raise funds for their favorite cancer-fighting charity, and yet as far as science continues to come, as many breakthroughs as scientists continue to make, it remains a leading cause of death among Americans and throughout the world.
According to Gregg Baden, the answer has been in front of us this whole time. Our thoughts can cure cancer, he says.
Yes. That’s really what he says. And yes, I appreciate how crazy that sounds.
After all, it’s not as if our relatives lost to cancer weren’t fighting back, weren’t willing themselves to live on. And yet, they still died.
But there’s some research to support what Baden has to say. Numerous studies, for instance, have shown a correlation between our thoughts and how our immune system fights. (Sometimes this is more commonly known as the placebo effect.)
Baden simply takes this a step further than most scientists. Even if you’re dubious, watch the video below—you just may be surprised!
*This content was inspired by an amazing article that can be found here.