In recent reports by CNN and The Wall Street Journal, the alarming rise in cancer rates among young people has left many doctors perplexed about the underlying causes. In contrast to the bewilderment expressed by other medical professionals, Dr. Paul Savage, a specialist in longevity medicine, provides a unique perspective, attributing the surge in cancer cases among young adults to elevated toxin exposure from an early age.
Dr. Paul Savage, physician with a degree in statistics, introduces a two-factor variable, emphasizing the role of genetics and toxins in escalating cancer rates. He highlights that today’s 30-year-olds experience significantly higher levels of toxicity at birth compared to previous generations. This insight underscores the complex interplay between genetic predisposition and increased toxin exposure, contributing to the growing prevalence of cancer in the younger population.