Pretty sure not. Nothing has been proven yet, but these days almost anything causes cancer so who knows
No they do not. A lack of Vitamin B-17 does. And if you did get cancer in your life time.To begin with even if chemo helps at first there is still only a 3% chance of survival and then you still are not getting at the Cause of the cancer...Lack of Vitamin B-17. I hate what cancer does. It has claimed 4 in my family. God said in the first book of the bible that we should eat the seeds. Vitamin B17 is in apple seeds,cashews,brown rice,strawberries,apricot seeds,lentils,and many other foods.There are indian tribes that have never had cancer (As long as they stick to their traditional foods having the vitamin) Our American government will not allow apricot trees into the U.S. Our FDA sneers at the vitamin claiming it is not a vitamin and calls it quackery to try to discredit it and the few doctors and scientists that claim it does cure cancer. The comedian Red Buttons co star with Marlon Brando in the movie Sayonara had to take his terminally ill wife to Germany to get injections of the vitamin as she was at the stage where she needed massive doses of it in her system. The big drug companies can not patient a vitamin to make their hundreds of billions of dollars off ot it so they bribe the FDA to keep it off the market. It still surprises me when I see people eating the apples then tossing the core with it's precious seeds. The insurance company I used to work for claims statistically that 1 out of 3 will get cancer in their life time. Edgar Caycee said that "one never need fear cancer if they eat 2-3 almonds a day" Cancer can not grow in an alkaline rich body as it needs acid and loves sugar. You can judge for yourself as can search on the web. " World without cancer"