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Cancer, Fungus and Sodium Bicarbonate: Tullio Simoncini and The Research that Wasn’t…

    Cancer ResearchOn his website, Tullio Simoncini tells us about his groundbreaking “discovery” that cancer is a fungus – candida albicans to be precise – which can be cured with baking soda (or sodium bicarbonate). To explain the fungus, Simoncini argues this is due to “excess acidity” of the body, which allows the fungus free rein. 

    According to Simoncini, lowering the body’s acidity by administering baking soda cures the fungus = the cancer.

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Vaccinations To Be Compulsory?

Child being vaccinatedJust now on the twelve o’clock BBC news I heard that Sir Sandy Macara, former chairman of the British Medical Association, thinks that children should not be allowed to enter school when they have not been immunised. It also made headlines in today’s Guardian.

Immunisation is not compulsory in the UK. However, Welsh health minister Edwina Hart is looking at ways to make MMR vaccinations compulsory. There have been a number of serious oubreaks of measles in Wales the past years. Read more of this post

Is there hope after all?

ScienceYesterday I received some e-mails.

The first was from a lady whose mother is suffering from cancer. During her mother’s illness, this lady searched the internet for information on cancer and decided it would be a good idea to collect everything she found in one place. So she started a blog.

She says on her blog: “I wanted to have a place where all the information I was researching on the internet could be stored in one convenient location (…). In addition, I wanted to make sure that all the information was positive, so having our own blog made that easy.”  Read more of this post

Tony Isaacs’s Swine Flu Protocol

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Yes we know, it’s off topic.

But this is just too good to pass by on: it’s Tony Isaac’s Swine Flu Protocol!  So wonderfully simple, a piece of cake really, and not at all time consuming. Who needs science when they can have this? Enjoy!
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Curing Liver Cancer The Natural Way

supplementsIn his latest farewell post on this blog, “natural health researcher” Tony Isaacs stated:

I never said that had a “cure” for cancer, much less that I alone had a “cure”. I did say that natural alternatives did offer hope for many people,

Today, Tony was asked by “Silviag” what would be the best treatment for Silviag’s mother, who is suffering form liver cancer.

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Guide to Alternative Therapies

Thanks Ed! 😉

Have you ever seen the website of Ed Friedlander? He is a pathologist who created the internet’s busiest one-person medical site, with a wealth of information on all kinds of diseases, including cancer. On Mr. Friedlander’s site, we found this information on a number of alternative treatments for cancer. Friedlander has rated the treatments as follows:

  • Confident: the remedy has a plausable mechanism and has been given some basic tests, and/or has solidly passed two good, clear, controlled studies;
  • Optimistic: the remedy makes sense pathophysiologically, and there is at least impressive anecdotal evidence;
  • Doubtful: the anecdotal evidence seemed interesting, but that’s all there was;
  • Pessimistic: it’s understandable why somebody might have thought of this. But if this actually works better than a placebo and a little human kindness, we are all going to have to make some major readjustments in how we think about health and disease. Don’t spend too much money, or get your hopes up.

See also this website, where a pathologist shows that cancer is not caused by the common fungus Candida Albicans

Alternative Cancer Treatments: The Deadly Dangers of Magical Thinking

the_lorelei6Magical thinking is the assumption that if I do this, then that will happen. It is an illogical thought pattern that involves linking unrelated actions or events.

Things like emotional stress and events of great personal significance can push us toward magical meaning-making.

Magical thinking is widespread and most of the time it’s harmless, such as the use of mascots in sports. But there is a tipping point, beyond which it can become quite sinister and even deadly.

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