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cannabis suppliers – fraud or not

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on July 28, 2014


I have been inundated by people claiming to be bona fide cannabis suppliers and some of them do indeed appear to know what they are talking about and are not obviously scamming. However, I don’t know the truth. I have decided not to post these details but will, if approached, pass on details of contacts that have been sent to me. However, I do warn anyone sending money by Western Union or similar that they will have no recourse if it does turn out to be a scam. Also many of these suppliers invoke the name Rick Simpson or Rick Simpson Oil. Please note that the real Rick Simpson does not sell cannabis oil – he only supplies information.

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Vitamin C and chemo

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on March 1, 2014


Here is a link to a BBC story on research that demonstrates the value of intravenous high-dose vitamin C therapy (linked of course to chemotherapy!!!)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-26038460

For further information on the potential of vitamin C and the types available go to my book The Cancer Survivor’s Bible www.fightingcancer.com

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Supplements for chemotherapy

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on January 2, 2014


Although I am utterly convinced that cancer is best treated by alternative approaches, I recognise this is not an opinion very widely shared. People often believe they have to make stark choices – one or the other – but there is the third way, if you like, where herbs, vitamins and other supplements are used to support the body while it undergoes gruelling chemo or radiation or surgery. I have recently come across the blog of someone who has mixed treatments in this way and since this is a first hand account based on personal experience I feel it carries weight. Here are the links:
http://drlisamallen.wordpress.com/2013/07/21/supplements-that-have-helped-me-live-well-during-chemotherapy-part-1/
and
http://drlisamallen.wordpress.com/2013/07/23/supplements-that-have-let-me-live-well-during-chemotherapy-part-2/

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Warfarin and cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on December 23, 2013


Having been on warfarin myself for over a year now – because of an arrythmia I wondered what it was doing to my cancer risk. I reasoned that the anti-clotting effect must help prevent cancer spreading, I quickly came across the following article and it seems I was right.

http://www.psa-rising.com/medicalpike/warfarin-prevention-jly00.htm

“Now evidence suggests that oral blood thinners, anticoagulants, or vitamin K antagonists may protect against cancer. (It is not yet known whether these drugs might have such as an effect on prostate cancer once it has developed.) In a study published in the June 29 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, Sam Schulman, M.D., and colleagues at the Karolinska Hospital in Sweden found (as expected) that risk of cancer in patients treated for a blood clot was higher than for the population at large — but for patients who took a six-month course of warfarin or dicumarol, it was strikingly lower compared to patients who took only a six-week course.

Of 854 patients who had a blood clot in the leg or lung, 419 received a blood thinner for six weeks and 435 took it for six months. The patients were followed for up to sixteen years (mean of 8.1 years). The rate at which they developed cancer was compared with expected numbers based on national incidence rates.

Of the 854 people on the study (all of whom had had clots), 111 (13 percent) developed cancer for the first time during follow-up. “The risk of newly diagnosed cancer after a first episode of venous thromboembolism is elevated during at least the following two years.” the authors state. “Subsequently, the risk seems to be lower among patients treated with oral anticoagulants for six months than among those treated for six weeks.”

Patients who took blood thinners for six months were one-and-a-half times less likely to develop cancer than those who took it for only six weeks. Only 45 patients (10.3 percent) developed cancer in the six-month treatment group compared with sixty-six patients (15.8 percent) in the six-week treatment group. “The difference was mainly due to the occurrence of new urogenital cancers,” Dr. Schulman says. There were only 12 cases in the six-month group (2.8 percent) compared with 28 cases in the six-week group (6.7 percent).

After six years, those who had six months of warfarin showed only about an 8 percent risk of getting a cancer while those in the six-week-treatment group had a 15 percent risk.

“Our findings strongly support the impression that warfarin has an [anti-cancer] effect,” the authors say. They add that this “will remain controversial” until a biochemical reason for this effect can be found.

In an accompanying editorial, Christoph C. Zielinski, M.D. and Michael Hejna, M.D. of University Hospital, Vienna, Austria ask:

“Should the information presented by Schulman and Lindmarker influence the practice of clinical oncology? It should, by raising awareness of the risk of certain cancers in patients with idiopathic thromboembolism. The necessity of appropriate follow-up in these patients is clear. But should patients with cancer or even healthy persons with a high risk of cancer receive anticoagulants, on the basis of these data? For now, the answer must be no.”

Anticoagulants lower the risk from clotting but raise the risk of bleeding. Schulman has already stated that six months is best for the average patient: “The optimal duration of anticoagulation … has been extensively investigated. For the majority of patients a treatment duration of 6 months eliminates the high risk of relatively early recurrences without yielding an increase in the incidence of major haemorrhages.”

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Scalar Energy and cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on November 18, 2013


I don’t know anything about ‘scalar’ energy – and as usual the advice is buyer beware – but here is a communication I received

Scalar Energy and Cancer
Dear friends,
I would like to share with you some important information about Scalar Energy and Cancer.
The below was taken from the book “Optimum Energy for Peak Performance, with Scalar Energy”, written by Dr. Siva Poobalasingam, M.D., with Nisha Lakshmanan, M.A., for Fusion Excel International.
Dr. Siva Poobalasingam, M.D. is the Director of Integrative Medicine, Amrita Integrated Health Centre.
Scalar Energy and Cancer:
All cells register an electrical charge across the plasma membrane. The interior of the cell carries a negative charge with respect to the exterior. This electrical charge is referred to as the transmembrane potential. While the size of the transmembrane potential varies from cell to cell, in excitable cells it stands at -70 millivolts. Cancer ridden cells have low energy levels or low transmembrane potential. These cells also have a very low level of cellular energy production. These low levels of energy are reflected in the low transmembrane potential of -15 millivolts. This cell carrying a low energy level of -15 millivolts divides into two parts. The reason behind this simple enough. As the cell energy drops into dangerously low levels, the very survival of this cell is threatened. In an attempt to ensure the survival of these cells, the cell begins to proliferate uncontrollably. As the feverish pace of proliferation takes place amongst the cancer cells to ensure the survival of the cell, the energy produced in the cell is further diminished. Understandably, the newly produced cancer cells will have even lower energy levels than the initial cancer cells. This is mainly because the cancer will usually take root in a part of the body that is already energy deficient.
Researchers established a link between mitochondria and cancer way back in the 1930s. They found that in the state of cancer these mitochondria become dysfunctional. According to researchers from the University of Alberta, cancer growth can be arrested by restoring the function of mitochondria. In the part, researchers believed that mitochondria stricken by cancer are permanently damaged. They also attributed the damage in the mitochondria to the cancer. They did not identify the damage in the mitochondria as being a cause for cancer growth. However, current findings are showing that when dysfunctional mitochondria are normalized, there is diminished tumor growth. This leads to the postulation that damaged mitochondria could be a causal factor in cancer. These findings have been established in both test tubes and animal studies.
Scalar Energy has the ability to increase the energy potential (transmembrane potential) of the cell. Scalar Energy can bring the energy level to the optimum -70 millivolts. Working on this understanding of cancer cell proliferation, by raising cell voltage with Scalar Energy, the cell in question will no longer feel the urgency to proliferate uncontrollably. This may retard the proliferation of cancer cells.
Below is an article by Dr. Amir Farid Isahak, a medical specialist who practices holistic, aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine. He is a qigong master and founder of SuperQigong.
This article was published in The Star, on Sunday March 16, 2008, Art of Healing by Dr. Amir Farid Isahak.
Hope for Healing:
Since the beginning of 2008, I have been introduced to several exciting fields of healing that have made me more optimistic that in spite of the dark scenario regarding cancer and metabolic/degenerative diseases afflicting us more frequently, there is hope on the horizon that our ingenuity will yet save us from these scourges.
These healing concepts, methods and machines range from the applications of little-understood Scalar Energy, informational medicine, DNA reprogramming, and cutting-edge million-dollar rotational field quantum magnetic resonance (RFQMR). I will introduce two of these today and the others later.
Scalar Energy energy is described as “standing waves” or energy waves that do not move and do not behave like electromagnetic waves. They are naturally produced when two “mirror-image” electromagnetic waves cancel each other (when these waves are resonant, they magnify each other).
Scalar Energy is thought to permeate the entire universe and every cell in our body, and positively influences our health.
Because it is static, Scalar Energy cannot be detected by the usual scientific instruments. However, there are some machines that claim to detect Scalar Energy. Some say that Kirlian photography and GDV (gas-discharge visualisation) detect Scalar Energy although the methods involved suggest that they actually detect bio-electric energy (highly magnified).
Because of the uncertainty of its nature and behaviour, little is known about Scalar Energy, although its proponents predict that in the future, we can even make drugs obsolete when we fully harness its potential. That will be a nightmare for the drug companies, but a boon for us all.
Unfortunately, like nuclear force, it can also be harnessed for weapons of mass destruction.
Quantum Pendant. My interest in it arose because two of my friends reported that their mothers, who both suffered from stroke and were wheel-chair bound, improved after wearing pendants made from fused volcanic minerals.
I discovered that hundreds of others have also benefited from improved energy levels to reduced pain, stiffness and headaches, and better sleep upon wearing the pendants.
Many athletes and golfers wear them to improve their performance, and some mothers reported that their hyperactive children became calmer after wearing them.
These “Quantum Pendants” are said to emit scalar energy that act as healing energy to the cells, and can start the healing process even after it has stopped for many years.
Scalar Energy can also improve the health-qualities of water and food, and there are many testimonies from those who drink the Scalar-Energised water, including one lady who claimed it cured her infertility!
The Scalar-Energy emitting minerals have also been imbedded into flasks, bangles and wristwatches. So there are many ways to benefit from this energy.
Scalar Energy sounds very much like qi – the healing life force, and I was forced to investigate.
A search on the web reveals that mainstream science regards this as “pseudoscience”, but that is not surprising, as qi itself is pseudoscience – something that exists only for those who believe in it, but not accepted by the scientific community.
But as a scientist who feels and can command it, qi is real and scientific to me, and I’m sure it is real also to the thousands of others who have experienced it themselves.
And definitely to the thousands who have been healed by qigong exercises when modern medicine couldn’t help them any more.
Scalar Energy is indeed different from the electromagnetic spectrum we are so accustomed to, and is very close to qi. In fact, qi has properties of both Scalar and electromagnetic energies.
Sometime back, I wrote about the vivifier disc where I described how it helped many people with their illnesses and how fresh water fish can survive in vivified salt water.
The vivifier is also made of minerals and crystals, but is much more expensive. It also works through Scalar Energy. So now those who would like to benefit from the healing effects of Scalar Energy have a much cheaper alternative.
Dear friends,
If you are interested in getting the Quantum Pendant, Quantum Water Flask or Quantum Bracelet, please contact me at the following:
Mugunthan Damodaran
Mobile: + 6019-2097666
E-Mail: dmugun@gmail.com
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Make your own liposomal vitamin C

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on May 27, 2013


Liposomal vitamin C is vitamin C that is fat soluble and therefore far more efficiently absorbed into the body – by a factor of 4 to 1. Unfortunately liposomal vitamin C in the marketplace is relatively expensive. The link below describes a process by which – or so it is claimed – ordinary vitamin C can be made into liposomal vitamin C relatively cheaply.

http://www.realfarmacy.com/diy-vitamin-c-mega-dosing-liposomal-encapsulated-vitamin-c/#IhbeczSyHhoz5Z1E.01

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Chemo brain support?

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on December 13, 2011


Procera AVH is being promoted as a powerful memory enhancing supplement. If so it may be helpful to people suffering from chemo brain. This is not an endorsement as I have no idea if it works or not – but may be worth a try.

http://www.cognitiveenhancerreviews.com/procera-avh-best-memory-supplements/

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Integrative Oncology

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on October 17, 2011


The Townsend Letter for Doctors latest edition touches on a number of subjects that cancer patients should inform themselves of. The article on Integrative Oncology is an important one. To read it go to this link:

http://www.townsendletter.com/AugSept2011/intoncology0811.html

Note: The Cancer Survivor’s Bible (2012) is now available – see www.fightingcancer.com

“This book gives hope. …I wish I had read this book before I was diagnosed. My doctors and the cancer charities didn’t tell me any of this.”

 

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Ian Clements’s research on how to get the best out of chemotherapy among other things

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on April 6, 2011


If you’re looking for cancer information – please browse. There’s a lot of info here – supporting the info in my two cancer books – see www.fightingcancer.com for details.

Ian Clements’s Cancer Research

Ian Clements is a long time survivor of terminal stage bladder cancer. Three and a half years he was told he had six months at most to live. And he’s still going strong. He’s done a lot of research which he has freely offered to readers of this blog. If you are planning to do chemotherapy then this will help you get through it and make it work better for you.

http://by154w.bay154.mail.live.com/default.aspx?wa=wsignin1.0

http://rapidshare.com/files/455580381/Chemotherapy_Help.doc

http://rapidshare.com/files/455580253/Dr_Clements_Anti-Cancer_CAM_Regime.docx

http://rapidshare.com/files/455580415/Radical_Cystectomy_Information.doc

http://rapidshare.com/files/455580400/Radical_Cystectomony_Alternatives.doc

http://rapidshare.com/files/456155913/Vitamin_D.doc

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