some reason modern medicine has itself turned a corner and entered
a darkness and is now committing crimes against humanity unequalled
in the history of our race."
--Dr. Mark Sircus
Alternative Cancer Treatments
by DIANNE JACOBS THOMPSON (under
1979 Around January of that year, I went
home to die.
I was diagnosed with stage 2 stomach cancer, chronic bronchitis,
acutely infected ovarian cysts, arthritis, sciatica, low thyroid,
anemia and a heart condition. Besides that I had chronic ear infections
and long-standing clinical depression. The late Dr.
Harold Dick, N.D., known as a "naturopathic oncology pioneer"
cured me in 5 weeks. It required the diagnosis (the Carroll
Food Test) of digestive enzyme
deficiency food intolerances which most people have and few
know about, and it also identified the primary tissue
salt deficiency, along with treatment with glandular
protomorphogens to restore glandular health, and Constitutional
Hydrotherapy to bring about detoxification, to stimulate blood
circulation and the activity of the vital organs and to jump-start
the immune system. It turned out to be the basic foundation of the
most successful healing system I've ever witnessed.
1986 My 5-year-old daughter was forcibly vaccinated
and immediately developed a flesh-eating
infection so virulent that my husband and I became infected
from contact. Naturopathic medicine brought us back from the brink.
Later that year
we were introduced to escharotic
cancer salves and treated a dog tumor, my husband's cirrhosis
of the liver, various skin lesions, moles, fungal infections, and
a lump in my thigh. It eventually
helped clear up the remaining symptoms from my husband's flesh-eating
infection after he was forced to submit to antibiotic treatment
which made a mess of it. There was much more, gallbladder
problems in 1999, adrenal
deficiency 2001, injury in 2002, arthritis,
diabetes, and other issues between
2003-2012, including glaucoma--cured.
why I research and write about alternative medicine. It's a debt.
treatments for cancer, chronic-degerative disease, infection, stress,
harmful emotions and other disorders and conditions;
junk science and bad medicine, including unsafe and ineffective vaccines
and undiagnosed medical conditions mimicking child abuse and Shaken Baby
site provides starting points. The rest of the journey must be yours.
"Truth wears no mask, seeks neither place nor
bows to no human shrine; she only asks a hearing"
Diagnostic Test & Mammography Alternative
Cancer Caused By What?
Cancer Cause 2
review from the Eclectic Medicine International (EMI) staff at http://www.holisticcancersolutions.com/
Antimalignin Antibody Screen
The most accurate early cancer marker, developed by Sam Bogoch, M.D.,
Ph.D., was introduced to the medical community in 1990, and it is now
available for any physician in North America.
The test analyzes a sample of blood to reveal whether
antibodies to cancer are present. It is regarded very accurate in the
early detection of any cancer. It measures the amount present of a specific
antibody, anti-malignin, an antibody that acts against the inner protein
layer of a cancer cell, called malignin. The test was approved by the
FDA as early as 1977, but it wasn't until 1994 that the clinical trials
with over 4000 patients were completed, validating the test's effectiveness.
AMAS has been found to be 95% accurate on the first test, and 99% when
repeated. It can detect cancer up to 19 months before conventional medical
tests can find it.
Please note: in cases of advanced cancer, the antimalignin
antibody in the organism is wiped out, and there is nothing for the test
to pick up. In other words, with cancer that is already detectable by
conventional methods, AMAS is useless, and it is likely to give a false
AMAS is an invaluable tool for early detection of cancer,
as well as for monitoring a patient's status in remission. The cost of
an AMAS test is $135 (1998 price), follow-up test: $85.
For further information, your doctor can call: Oncolab,
Inc. 36 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02215. Tel: 617-536-0850.
Is there is a Better Way to Detect Breast Cancer?
by Darrell Stoddard, copyright 2000
"It may interest those concerned with breast cancer
to know that there is another method for detecting breast cancer (not
thermography) that is as good or better than mammography.
In a controlled blind study of 700 high risk patients performed 14 years
ago by the University of Miami School of Medicine, it was found that scanning
the breast with infrared light and an infrared camera was at least or
more sensitive and specific than mammography ("Infrared Light Scanning
of the Breast" The American Surgeon, March 1986, Vol. 52, No. 3).
Infrared breast cancer detection does not subject the patient to ionizing
radiation (X-rays). In a new (1999) 799 page study, John Gofman, M.D.,
Ph.D., whose medical and scientific credentials fill five pages, states
"Between 83 percent and 90 percent of all breast cancer can be attributed
to medical radiation." see: http://www.ratical.org/radiation/CNR/RMP/.
Because the infrared scanning method to detect breast cancer does not
use X-rays, it could be repeated every month in high risk women. Mammography
can not be done that often because of the radiation. Even though the advocates
of mammography do not like to admit it, many women developed breast cancer
that grew fast enough between mammograms to require a mastectomy.
All of the cancers found by examination and by mammography in the 700
women were found by Infrared light scanning of the breast. The I.L.S.
method also detected three cancers that were missed by mammography. This
was not statistically significant but very significant for those three
Infrared scanning to detect breast cancer is not widely available. Why
then is this safe and better method of detecting breast cancer not being
It is human nature to resist change. The wheels turn ponderously slow.
Many new medical technologies are not accepted until a whole generation
of doctors (who are trained one way) are replaced by new doctors with
different training. There is also the element of "protecting ones
turf." Oncologists and Radiologists, who are the cancer experts,
will not easily yield their domain to an instrument that uses no radiation
(which could be used by doctors with different medical training). Doctors
who are not radiologists also do not want the liability of mis-diagnosing
something that might turn out to be malignant. Last, it is a question
of medical economics - expensive mammography instruments must be paid
for even though infrared breast scanning systems cost less. For these
reasons women are not getting what is best for them.
I called on a doctor reputed to be one of the leading breast cancer experts
in the United States. When I told him there may be a better way to detect
breast cancer than mammography, he replied, "That's bull shit!"
I showed him a copy of the Infrared Light Scanning of the Breast study
and told him it was a blind study of 700 high risk women done in a U.S.
medical school and published in an AMA Journal. He then repeated, "It's
still bull shit," and made it clear that this was the end of the
conversation. So much for new cancer discoveries being accepted.
Even though there is a better way to detect breast cancer, it is infinitely
more important to prevent the disease than detect it. Thanks to John Gofman,
M.D., Ph.D., (book: Preventing Breast Cancer http://www.ratical.com/radiation
/cnr/pbc/indexT.html ) and Singer and Grismaijer, (book:
Dressed to Kill, The link Between Bra-Wearing and Breast Cancer),
I believe we now know how to prevent much if not most breast cancer. Like
the infrared study, these discoveries are also being rejected or covered
I will send a reprint of the "Infrared Light Scanning of the
Breast" cancer study, and a review of the above books, to anyone
who sends three dollars (for postage and copying) to:
Darrell J. Stoddard, Founder - Pain Research Institute
266 East 3200 North Provo, UT 84604 U.S.A.
(call and check on the price and availability)
Thompson Est. 2003
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support, now in disrepute and wreaking legal and medical havoc world-wide
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