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Archive for January, 2012

high dose selenium cure

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on January 13, 2012


The following website promotes a high selenium intake cure for cancer. I have had exchanges with someone who claims to have cured his cancer in this way – so perhaps this is worht exploring.

http://www.nutritionaloncologyresearchinstitute.com/

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parabens and breast cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on January 12, 2012


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Report in Daily Mail:

A chemical widely used as a preservative in cosmetics, food products and pharmaceuticals has been found in tissue samples from 40 women with breast cancer.

A number of studies since 1998 have raised concerns about the potential role of these parabens in breast cancer as they possess oestrogenic properties.

Oestrogen is known to play a central role in the development, growth and progression of breast cancer.

Parabens are a chemical compound found in everyday toiletry products including moisturisers, make-up, shaving foam, tanning lotions and toothpaste.

They are also found in numerous brands of underarm deodorant. However, a causal link has never been found between them and breast cancer.

They are present in processed meats such as sausages, pies and pastries along with coated

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2085585/Parabens-Chemical-everyday-items-needs-investigation-scientists-discover-tumours-ALL-breast-cancer-patients.html#ixzz1jFvxXxdg

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Using silver against lung conditions – including cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on January 12, 2012


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David on a yahoo chat group had this advice for anyone wishing to use colloidal silver for a lung condition:

Body

I would buy Argentn 23. It is the same stuff you make with any colloidal silver generator but at a little higher PPM. You do not really use that much through a nebulizer, so it is not that expensive to just buy it. Higher concentrations are desirable. Google shop for a 16 oz bottle.

The other thing you need is an ultrasonic nebulizer. Google shop for one. The smaller the particles of water that the nebulizer gives off, the better they will penetrate in the lungs. The smaller the particles, the harder the mist is to see. Ultrasonic nebulizers can give off mists that are entirely invisible.

Then you put a few milliliters in the nebulizer chamber, turn it on, and breath in through the mouth and then preferably out through the nose. You can also breath out the mouth, it really doesn’t matter.

Start with just 1 breath and wait an hour. In people who are very sick with pneumonia, going straight to several minutes of use can cause bad coughing and can be potentially dangerous in those cases. Even in these cases, such reactions are rare. But just as an overkill safety, take an hour break between each increase in timing. I would work up every hour something like this:

1 breath, 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes.

So in 1 or 2 days time you can work up like this to at least 10 minutes twice a day. I would do it 10 minutes many times a day. If you can, do it 8 hours a day even. As long as you do some reasonable working up of time, then there is no limit to how long it can be used.

Cleaning the nebulizer with distilled water before each use is best. Do not mix anything with the CS. Do not sip directly from the bottle. These steps are all just to preserve the effectiveness of the product.

David

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ipilmumab concerns

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on January 12, 2012


Ipilimumab is now being touted as a big advance in chemotherapy treatment – and certainly the results do seem to be impressive – but it comes at a potential cost. The following warning comes from a manufacturewr’s site:

YERVOY (ipilimumab) can cause serious side effects in many parts of your body which can lead to death. These serious side effects may include: inflammation of the intestines (colitis) that can cause tears or holes (perforation) in the intestines; inflammation of the liver (hepatitis) that can lead to liver failure; inflammation of the skin that can lead to severe skin reaction (toxic epidermal necrolysis); inflammation of the nerves that can lead to paralysis; inflammation of hormone glands (especially the pituitary, adrenal, and thyroid glands) that may affect how these glands work; and inflammation of the eyes.

These side effects are most likely to begin during treatment; however, side effects can show up months after your last infusion. Your healthcare provider should perform blood tests, such as liver and thyroid function tests, before starting and during treatment with YERVOY. Your oncologist may decide to delay or stop YERVOY.

Call your healthcare provider if you have any signs or symptoms or they get worse. Even seemingly mild symptoms can lead to severe or even life-threatening conditions if not addressed. Do not try to treat symptoms yourself.

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PEMFs and cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on January 12, 2012


Here is a very solid – but lengthy argument for the use of PEMFs – pulsed electro-magnetic fields.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkN4yKs64Zg

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herbs to avoid before surgery

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on January 5, 2012


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Herbs to avoid before surgery

Researchers at Cleveland’s University Hospitals Case Medical Center recently provided a very useful study for any patient about to undergo surgery — whether it’s a quadruple bypass or a simple out-patient cosmetic procedure.
After the UHCMC team conducted a review to assess the benefits and risks of widely used herbal supplements, they compiled this list of herbs that might be best to avoid in the two weeks prior to surgery:
* For bleeding effects: gingko biloba, garlic, ginseng, dong quai, feverfew, fish oils
* For drug interactions: echinacea, goldenseal, licorice, St. John’s wort, kava, valerian root
* For cardiovascular effects: ephedra, garlic
* For anesthetic effects: valerian root, St. John’s wort, kava
* For photosensitivity effects: St. John’s wort, dong quai
* For hypoglycemia effects: ginseng

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