Tuesday’s Daily Mail (21/9/2010) had a 2 page spread on the encouraging ‘finding’ that a fever or infection is a possible cure for cancer. A number of cancer researchers are investigating ways of inducing fever like temperatures in cancer patients to safely treat them.
While this may be news to many this is actually old news in the so called ‘alternative’ health field. In fact the idea that a fever, or a virus, can cure another disease goes back at least 40 or 50 years.
My favourite example of this is the Swiss clinic that cured ‘incurable’ childhood autoimmune disorders like Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis by giving them measles. Of course the vaccine manufacturers made sure that this sort of clinic closed down, as the idea that measles could actually be protective against far worse diseases would damage there sales. (If you don’t believe the drug companies are up to no good then watch or read the Constant Gardener or go to www.GaryNull.com )
These days there are a whole range of thermal therapies to help the immune system. Combine this with renewed interest in injecting Vitamin C and we may actually see a real treatment for cancer in the next few years.
The second big bit of news is the massive cost of dementia to society. What all the news bulletins went on about was the ‘lack of funding’ going into research. What all the news bulletins didn’t mention is that the suspected culprit for this massive increase in dementia is all the drugs that people are taking for cholesterol, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes etc. We don’t need more funding for research, we need better health education.
My next email will be all about staying happy.
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Best of Health
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