Question 4. A patient under Chiropractic for twenty months has developed a cyst in the breast. Nerve pressure has apparently not been carried for any length of time, yet the cyst has gradually enlarged from the time it was noticed six months ago. An operation has been recommended. Cancer in patient’s family has produced a mental hazard that would be reduced by such a removal of a cyst. You comment, please.
Answer 4. A cyst is a water blister under the skin. Adjustment, with consequent restoration of mental impulse supply, would withdraw water and reduce cyst. All that is CALLED “adjustment” is not always such. Mental hazard of “cancer” is a manufactured mental state, by propaganda of medical men, to force business to them. Offset this by calmly explaining to patient simplicity of Chiropractic and what it CAN do in such cases.