Are we all exposed to carcinogenic volatile compounds?
- Yes. Everyone, without exception.
In our polluted, modern, industrial and refined society, prevention is done by improving toxic and mixed chemicals that are deadly. People don’t regard them as potential carcinogens. These dangerous compounds can kill all known viruses, bacteria and fungi, including bacterial spores and is compatible with most materials, even with repeated application!
- Ethylene oxide can cause a wide variety of harmful health effects in exposed persons. It is a recognized mutagenic and carcinogenic chemical.
Called an essential raw material in chemistry, the hazardous gas can be mixed with many other compounds that we are all exposed to. Over 99% of its production is to make other chemicals like pesticides, disinfectants, etc.
Unfortunately infants, children and adults are suffering from multiple illnesses. Cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, lung, stomach, liver, pancreas, breast or prostate are getting higher. Unexplained symptoms (like headache, miscarriage, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, lassitude, EKG abnormality, memory loss, difficulty breathing, bronchitis, skin’s rash, etc.) are really never understood by conventional medicine
As usual Ethylene oxide has many names.
- It is employed in everything and for everything you can put your hands on. Cars, foods, health care products, cosmetics, clothes, house from bottom to roofing, lawn, beds, soaps, etc.
- It is also present in foods and food processing, pharmaceuticals, medical and surgical instruments, hospitals and dental facilities, storage facilities, and on agricultural open fields, etc. as sterilizer, cleaner, insecticide, fumigant or whatever deadly purpose is.
Inhalation, ingestion and dermal contact are the three main routes for exposures.
- How much do you breathe or eat over a lifetime?
Over 93% is released in the air during production, combustion and fumigation of materials. This is done at the level of bulk grains, spices, dried fruits, honeycombs and equipment from honeybee colonies, disinfection and sterilization of multiple facilities for hospital equipment’s, uncontrolled emissions in automobile exhaust, roofing, other construction sites, underground wells and land, etc.
Is there a medical test to show whether I've been exposed to ethylene oxide?
- Tests cannot be used to predict how your health has been affected.