Cancer Research UK Science Update Blog
- Tobacco kills one person every five minutes
- Could food improve cancer treatment? – That Cancer Conversation
- Harnessing the power of CD3
- Age: the forgotten cancer risk factor?
- Radio stars line up for radiation research conference
- Michelle Mitchell: Cancer is a fixable problem
- Stopping neuropathy – one of chemotherapy’s most challenging side effects
- A new culture – how CRUK is helping to take organoids global
- 5 ways cancer can impact sexual wellbeing
- First immunotherapy approved for cervical cancer in England and Scotland
- Soziologisches zu Cannabis als Medizin
- Befleckte Medizinsoziologie 1
- Befleckte Medizinsoziologie 2
- Befleckte Medizinsoziologie 3
- Befleckte Medizinsoziologie 4
- Befleckte Medizinsoziologie 5
- Befleckte Medizinsoziologie 6
- Wie robust sind die Zitate der Pharma-„Kritiker“?
- Schutz für die zarte Russische Seele
- Kachelmann und der brennende Dornbusch – selbstentzündliche Pflanzen als biblischer Mythos
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- Why Scientific Plausibility Matters
- Voices in the Vacuum
- Open Letter to a Medical Student Part 2: “It Was Criminal in My Mind”
- CDC Reports Fourth Death Blamed on Contaminated Eye Drops
- No evidence IV vitamin drips can treat infertility
- Open Letter to a Dean: You’re Allowed to Speak
- Evidence-based medicine vs. basic science in medical school
- Unsafe and Ineffective: Aseem Malhotra
- Might “Vitriolic Attacks” Against Emily Oster Rival COVID’s Carnage?
- Repurposed to Radical: How drug repurposing created a global right-wing market for COVID early treatment fraud
- Interest in so-called alternative medicine is linked to vaccination coverage
- Homeopathy for menopausal symptoms? No, thanks!
- The decline of homeopathy, the ‘medicine’ that doesn’t cure anything
- Semen retention might generate alpha males (alternatively, it could reduce the chances of stupid people multiplying)
- More evidence to suggest that chiropractic is useless
- Homeopathy is an “illusory concept”, and “poses a danger to patients”
- Are COVID vaccinations ineffective and dangerous?
- Another analysis demonstrates: the evidence for homeopathy is not positive
- Seven Reasons Why The Effects of Homeopathy Are Not Due To Placebo
- The “advantages and limitations of homeopathy”
- A pathologist examines: cancer and fungus
- Alternative Medicine and Cancer
- Ars GeriatriCare (Dutch)
- Cancer Research UK
- Cancer Survival in Europe
- Cryptocheilus medical blog (Dutch)
- Dr. Len's Cancer Blog
- EBM-first: What alternative health practitioners might not tell you
- Medbunker blogspot (Italian)
- My Malignant Melanoma
- Psiram/Esowatch (German)
- Science-Based Medicine
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I was interested in the theories of German New Medicine until I couldn’t find anyone on the Internet who claimed it helped them! Dr. Hamer’s site has 20 “testimonials” half of which are ludicrous (one big fan died a few months after she wrote her recommendation) and the rest prove nothing, useless even as anecdotal “evidence”. Many of them don’t even say they improved under his care, just that they believe in him!
Also, a close friend died in agony while under the care of a GNM practitioner based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. I spoke to her (the practitioner) a week before he (the friend) died and she said “he’s just fine and recovering rapidly”.
Of course there may be some truth to Dr. Hamer’s theories but NOBODY should allow these quacks near a sickbed. I think there are times when they should be charged with manslaughter or perhaps even premeditated murder since they must know they are condemning people to an agonizing death. They aren’t stupid. They know they practically never cure anybody. Hamer blatantly claims 98% success yet his own nurses said people “always” died but he would ship them out to legitimate hospitals a few days before so that the death would not have occurred at his clinic in Spain.
There is a new form of alternative medicine that I am now looking into based on some of Hamer’s ideas. It is called Meta-Medicine and claims not to interfere with conventional treatment but helps the person emotionally by identifying what the underlying problems are that caused the illness and helping him or her resolve them.
This could easily be quackery, too. I can’t tell, yet. I am NO fan of the medical establishment either so I am not going to stop searching for answers.