Friday, November 1, 2013

The Foundation of the War in Medicine


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The Foundation of the War in Medicine

To understand what is going on in medicine we must look to the past. Consider
this article from the North Carolina Museum of History on medicine in the
19th century and before:

    "Just as common as taking medicine for a fever, from the Middle Ages
through the mid-1800s, bloodletting was performed on patients to cure

    Bloodletting is the process of withdrawing blood as a treatment. Most
people thought they would die anyway and used bloodletting as a last resort.
It began when Greek physician Hippocrates claimed that all diseases occur
when there is an imbalance of the four body fluids, otherwise known as
humors–black bile, blood, phlegm, and yellow bile. His discovery led to
bloodletting. When the blood was drawn from the vein it was believed that the
disease would flow out with the blood ...

    The procedure of bloodletting is done by applying either a leech or
scarificator that will make the initial puncture. Then, a heated cup is
placed over the wound that will take the additional blood. The process is
repeated until all the needed blood is taken. It was also common for the
doctors to use pointed sticks, knives, or tiny bows and arrows to draw blood.

These tools were often difficult to use and could result in too much blood
withdrawn from the patient and occasionally causing death.

    A famous victim of bloodletting is George Washington. He died from 

being bled heavily as a treatment for laryngitis.

    Toward the end of the time period in which bloodletting was common,
leeches began to be used. They were considered less painful and withdrew a
reliable amount of blood. The peak use of leeches was in the 1830s. Due to
the theory of Francois Broussais many doctors used leeching for symptoms such
as laryngitis, mental illness, and obesity. Medicinal leeches were preferred
over American leeches, which were said to make too small incisions and to
draw less blood than the European species. The use of leeching became so
popular that medicinal leeches became an endangered species."

Now suppose that in the 1830s, which was the peak of the use of leeches, the
medical community at the time, plus the leech breeders and scarification
makers got together and decided they had a good thing going. Suppose they
said that if they abandoned their techniques for newer techniques that their
incomes would drop and many jobs would be lost. Those who grew leeches
would make less profits, those who made the scarificators and other instruments
would make less profits, the doctors would make less income, and so on.

Suppose they all conspired together to suppress all future medical
discoveries (made after 1830) in order to maximize their earnings and

Had that happened, we would still be using bloodletting, leeches and
scarificators for virtually all diseases. Scientists today would be spending
vast amounts of money studying the DNA of the leeches to breed the most
efficient leeches. Scientists would be studying the optimum number of leeches
to use, and the optimum places on the body to place them for each type of
disease. Scientists would be studying the optimum amount of blood to draw.

The instrument makers would be designing high precision instruments to make
incisions and suctions, and so on and so forth.

The massive dollars they would request from the general public on "research"
would yield a very small, but ever-growing amount of progress. A "cure" would
always be "just around the corner," but since their interest was in profits
and income, not the health, comfort and survival of their patients, the "cure"
would never come. They might also figure out ways to cover up the lack
of progress in medicine by using creative statistics. They might develop very
clever ways to define "cure rates" in order to hide the fact that there was
very little progress being made.

What Has Happened???

Well, this "what-if" scenario for the 1830s is exactly what happened in
modern medicine in the 1920s. Only instead of stopping progress with
bloodletting and leeches, the medical profession decided to stop all medical
progress at the stage of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatments. The
original reason for stopping progress was profits. The pharmaceutical
industry, the chemical industry and the petroleum industry (many prescription
drugs are made from petroleum products and these three industries had cross-
ownership) were afraid that new discoveries might lessen their profits. Using
the profits of these industries as bait and influence money, the new
mentality spread to the leadership of the medical industry, and from there to
many other places.

The stagnation of progress in treating cancer continues today because the
enormously profitable procedures of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation make
many, many billions of dollars every year for the pharmaceutical industry,
the chemical industry, the petroleum industry, medical doctors, hospitals,
medical equipment makers, T.V. stations (through the advertising of the
pharmaceutical companies), radio stations (ditto), major magazines (ditto),
the ACS (the American Cancer Society is basically a public relations vehicle
for orthodox medicine), etc. etc.

    "Chemotherapy is an incredibly lucrative business for doctors, hospitals,

and pharmaceutical companies…..The medical establishment wants everyone to
follow the same exact protocol. They don’t want to see the chemotherapy
industry go under, and that’s the number one obstacle to any progress in

    Dr Warner, M.D.

In other words, the medical community has gone along with the idea that
chemotherapy, radiation and surgery are so profitable, that there will never
be any progress in the "war against cancer." The leaders have intentionally,
willingly, knowingly and pro-actively suppressed every possible advance in
cancer treatments for over 80 years, dating back to the 1920s. (Note:
Salvarsan, the first chemotherapy drug, was discovered by Nobel Prize winner
Paul Ehrlich in 1909 and was initially used primarily on syphilis.)

The Ralph Moss Story, by Ralph Moss

    "In 1974, I began working at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, the
world's leading cancer treatment hospital. I was an idealistic and eager
young science writer, sincerely proud to be part of Sloan Kettering and
Nixon's "War On Cancer." Ever since I was a kid, my main heroes were
scientists (with the Brooklyn Dodgers running a close second!) The job at
Sloan-Kettering seemed like a dream come true for me. I wanted to be part of
the winning team that finally beat cancer.

    Within three years, I had risen to the position of Assistant Director of
Public Affairs at the Hospital. At the time, I was 34 years old, married to
my high-school sweetheart, and we had a daughter and son, then 9 and 7 years
old. We had dreams of buying a house and saving for the kids' education, so
you can imagine how thrilled we were when I was promoted, with a huge raise,
glowing feedback from my bosses, and was told that perks of the job would
eventually include reduced tuition for the kids at New York University.

Needless to say, we all were really counting on my "bright future" at Memorial
Sloan-Kettering. But something soon happened that changed the courseof my
life forever.

    A big part of my job as Assistant Director of Public Affairs was to write
press releases for the media about cancer news and to write the in-hospital
newsletter. I also handled calls from the press and public about cancer
issues. So I was just doing a normal day's work - or so I thought-when I
began interviewing an esteemed scientist at the Hospital for a newsletter
article I was working on. It turned out that the scientist, Dr.Kanematsu
Sugiura, had repeatedly gotten positive results shrinking tumors in mice
studies with a natural substance called amygdalin (You may have heard of it
as "laetrile".) Excitedly (and naively!) I told my "discovery" of Sugiura's
work to the Public Affairs Director and other superiors, and laid out my
plans for an article about it. Then I got the shock of my life.

    They insisted that I stop working on this story immediately and never
pick it up again. Why? They said that Dr. Sugiura's work was invalid and
totally meaningless. But I had seen the results with my own eyes! And I knew
Dr. Sugiura was a true scientist and an ethical person. Then my bosses gave
me the order that I'll never forget: They told me to lie. Instead of the
story I had been planning to write, they ordered me to write an article and
press releases for all the major news stations emphatically stating that all
amygdalin studies were negative and that the substance was worthless for
cancer treatment. I protested and tried to reason with them, but it fell on
deaf ears.

    I will never forget how I felt on the subway ride home that day. My head
was spinning with a mixture of strong feelings- confusion, shock,
disappointment, fear for my own livelihood and my family's future, and behind
it all, an intense need to know why this cover-up was happening. After long
talks with my wife and parents (who were stunned, as you can imagine) I
decided to put off writing any amygdalin press releases as long as I could
while I discreetly looked into the whole thing some more on my own time.
Everyone at the office seemed happy just to drop the whole thing, and we got
busy with other less controversial projects.

    So in the next few months, I was able to do my own investigating to
answer the big question I couldn't let go of: Who were these people I worked
for and why would they want to suppress positive results in cancer research?
My files grew thick as I uncovered more and more fascinating - and disturbing
- facts. I had never given any thought to the politics of cancer before. Now
I was putting together the pieces as I learned that:

    The people on Sloan-Kettering's Board of Directors were a "Who's Who" of
investors in petrochemical and other polluting industries. In other words,
the hospital was being run by people who made their wealth by investing in
the worst cancer-causing things on the planet.

    CEOs of top pharmaceutical companies that produced cancer drugs also
dominated the Board. They had an obvious vested interest in promoting
chemotherapy and undermining natural therapies.

    The Chairman and the President of Bristol-Myers Squibb, the world's
leading producer of chemotherapy, held high positions on MSKCC's Board.

    Of the nine members of the Hospital's powerful Institutional Policy
Committee, seven had ties to the pharmaceutical industry

    The Hospital itself invested in the stock of these same drug companies.

    Directors of the biggest tobacco companies in the U.S., Phillip Morris
and RJR Nabisco, held places of honor on the Board.

    Six Board Directors also served on the Boards of The New York Times, CBS,
Warner Communications, Readers Digest, and other media giants.

    Not surprisingly, profits from chemotherapy drugs were skyrocketing and
the media glowingly promoted every new drug as a "breakthrough" in cancer. I
kept all my notes in my filing cabinet at work. I had no idea what I would
ever do with them. I just knew that I had to get to the bottom of it, for

    Meanwhile, the public's interest in laetrile refused to go away. A lot of
people were going across the border to Mexican clinics to get the stuff and
my secretary's phone was ringing off the hook with people wanting to know
what Sloan-Kettering thought of its value. I was once again told to give out
the news that the studies had all been negative.

    At home, I called my family together for a meeting. With their support, I
decided I couldn't lie on behalf of the Hospital. In November of 1977, I
stood up at a press conference and blew the whistle on Memorial Sloan
Kettering Cancer Center's suppression of positive results with amygdalin.
It felt like jumping off the highest diving board, but I had no doubt I was
doing the right thing. I was fired the next day for "failing to carry out his
most basic responsibilities" as the Hospital described it to the New York
Times. In other words, failing to lie to the American people.

    When I tried to pick up my things in my office, I found my files had been
padlocked and two armed Hospital guards escorted me from the premises.

    Luckily for all of us, I have a very smart wife who all along had been
making copies of my research notes and had put a complete extra set of files
in a safe place. Those notes turned into my first book, The Cancer Industry,
which is still in print (in an updated version) and available in bookstores.

    That dramatic day, when I stood up in front of the packed press
conference and told the truth, was the beginning of a journey I never could
have predicted. I was launched on a mission that I'm still on today - helping
cancer patients find the truth about the best cancer treatments.

    Well, we weren't able to buy a home until years later, the kids went to
colleges on scholarships and loans, and my wife took on a demanding full-time
job to help us get by. But in retrospect, my experiences as an insider in
"the cancer industry" were among the best things ever to happen to me. My
values were put to the test and I had to really examine what was important in
my life. It is because of this difficult experience at Sloan-Kettering that I
found a truly meaningful direction for my professional life, rather than just
climbing Sloan-Kettering's career ladder and losing my soul in the process."

    Ralph Moss, author

The story of Ralph Moss, which is really the story of Dr. Kanematsu Sugiura,
is just the tip of the iceberg. Numerous alternative cancer researchers have
been rewarded for their discoveries with jail, being driven out of the
country, loss of license, harassment, and many other things. This war is not
for the weak at heart.

Thank You R. Webster Kehr

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Are You "Safer" Carrying Around a Few Extra Pounds?


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By Dr. Mercola


    Provocative new research involving data from nearly 3 million adults

suggests that a having an overweight body mass index (BMI) may be linked to a
longer life than one that puts you within a “normal” weight range.

    The research, which analyzed 97 studies in all, found that people with
BMIs under 30 but above normal (the overweight range) had a 6 percent lower
risk of dying from all causes than those who were normal weight, while those
whose BMIs fell into the obese range were 18 percent more likely to die of
any cause.

 The researchers wrote:

        “Relative to normal weight … overweight was associated with
significantly lower all-cause mortality.”

Do a Few Extra Pounds Make You Healthier?

    The study results imply, at least superficially, that carrying some extra
weight may help you live longer … or at the very least may not be as
unhealthy as it’s made out to be. In a JAMA editorial, Steven Heymsfield,
M.D. and William Cefalu, M.D. highlighted this notion:

        “The presence of a wasting disease, heart disease, diabetes, renal
dialysis, or older age are all associated with an inverse relationship
between BMI and mortality rate, an observation termed the obesity
paradox or reverse epidemiology.

        The optimal BMI linked with lowest mortality in patients with chronic
disease may be within the overweight and obesity range.

        Even in the absence of chronic disease, small excess amounts of
adipose tissue may provide needed energy reserves during acute catabolic
illnesses, have beneficial mechanical effects with some types of traumatic
injuries, and convey other salutary effects that need to be investigated in
light of the studies … "

    Indeed, it is quite possible to be overweight and healthy, just as it’s
possible to be normal weight and unhealthy. But for the vast majority of
those who carry around extra pounds, health problems will often result.

    The study has been heavily criticized for painting an overly simplistic
picture of a very complex situation. For instance, it doesn’t tell you
whether those living longer were afflicted with more chronic disease or
whether their quality of life was otherwise impacted. And even more
importantly, it used only BMI as a measure of body composition, and
this is a highly flawed technique.

    Many studies, such as one published in the Journal of the American
College of Cardiology have actually found that a high BMI was associated
with a lower risk of death, a phenomenon known as the "obesity paradox."
Butthese findings are typically only examples of how BMI is such a flawed
measurement tool …

Why BMI is a Flawed Measurement Tool

    If you'd like to know how much body fat you have and whether or not your
levels put you into a weight category that might lead to health problems,
most public health agencies, and therefore most physicians, promote the use
of the BMI, which gauges weight in relation to height. But this method is
quite flawed, as research suggests it may underestimate obesity rates and
misclassify up to one-quarter of men and nearly half of women.

According to lead author Dr. Eric Braverman, president of the nonprofit Path
Foundation in New York City:

        "Based on BMI, about one-third of Americans are considered obese, but
when other methods of measuring obesity are used, that number may be closer
to 60%."

    One of the primary reasons why BMI is such a flawed measurement tool is
that it uses weight as a measure of risk, when it is actually a high percentage
of body fat that makes a person have an increased disease risk.

Your weight takes into account your bone structure, for instance, so a big-
boned person may weigh more, but that certainly doesn't mean they have more
body fat.

    Athletes and completely out-of-shape people can also have similar BMI
scores, or a very muscular person could be classified as "obese" using BMI,
when in reality it is mostly lean muscle accounting for their higher-than-
average weight. BMI also tells you nothing about where fat is located in your
body, and it appears that the location of the fat, particularly if it's around
your stomach, is more important than the absolute amount of fat when
it comes to measuring certain health risks, especially heart disease.

This is another useful tool that is leaps and bounds ahead of BMI as far as
gauging your weight-related health risks is concerned. It is FAR better to
monitor your body fat percentage than it is your total weight, as the body
fat percentage is what dictates metabolic health or dysfunction – not your
total weight.

Too much body fat is linked to chronic health problems like high blood
pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, while too
little body fat is also problematic and can cause your body to enter a
catabolic state, where muscle protein is used as fuel.

Body fat calipers are one of the most trusted and most accurate ways to
measure body fat. A body fat or skinfold caliper is a lightweight, hand-held
device that quickly and easily measures the thickness of a fold of your skin
with its underlying layer of fat. Taken at three very specific locations on
your body, these readings can help you estimate the total percent of body fat
within your entire body.

 Overweight Often Leads to Obesity…

    It is quite clear that the more overweight you are, the greater the
health risks become. So even if it were true that a few extra pounds are
actually good for you, if you’re on a path of weight gain you’re on a
slippery slope that could easily lead to obesity.

    The most recent health report card issued for the United States predicts
that half of all American adults will be obese by 2030. Obesity-related
illness is predicted to raise national health care costs by $48 billion
annually over the next two decades by adding another 7.9 million new cases
of diabetes, 5 million cases of chronic heart disease and stroke, and 400,000
cancer cases… If you want to avoid becoming one of these statistics, I
suggest you start to look at your weight as less a product of “calories in
vs. calories out” and more the result of a faulty “fat switch.

Thank You  Dr. Mercola

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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Monday, October 28, 2013

Introduction To The War in Medicine


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We live in a world of "fast foods," "fast cars," and fast answers or should I say: "shallow answers." Executives don't like to read reports of more than one or two pages. People want to learn everything they need to know about something by watching a 1/2 hour television show. Students want to learn complicated mathematics while they play video games. And so on.

Unfortunately, the world of cancer politics and cancer treatments are not simple subjects. They are complicated. Plus it is impossible to overcome decades of constant false information by reading for half an hour. So grab something to drink, settle into your seat, and grab your computer mouse, because this is not going to be a short story, nor will it be entertaining. Let us start with a metaphor.

The Small Town Metaphor

Let us suppose you move to a new town, in fact a small town with only two car repair shops (i.e. "garages"). One of them is owned by Jim. The other by Bob. Jim's garage is by far the biggest garage, he has lots of customers.

The problem is that Jim's mechanics are not very good because they have had very poor training. In fact, most of the time the cars they have "repaired" are in worse shape when they are done, than when the car first came in. Most people put up with Jim and just live with the shoddy work.

However, some people go to Bob's garage, usually after they have gone to Jim's garage first. While Jim's garage charges an average of $1,500 per car repair job, Bob's garage only charges $75 per car repair job. Furthermore, in over 90% of the time, Bob's garage completely fixes the cars of its customers, including the extra damage done by Jim's garage.

You are new to the town, and wonder why anyone would ever take their car to Jim's garage and why everyone doesn't take their car to Bob's garage first.

Then one day as you are reading the newspaper you see part of the problem. Jim is so rich he has several large ads in the newspaper every day. Bob rarely advertises, and when he does he usually gets a visit from the police, and it is not a friendly visit. It seems that all prior policemen in the town now work at Jim's garage, and the current policemen look forward to a cushy job at Jim's garage.

You also note that the newspaper has an article virtually every day about how good Jim's garage is. They interview satisfied customers, interview the mechanics, and make the mechanics sound like geniuses. You also read about how the mechanics at Jim's garage are constantly striving to get better and better equipment. But you note that the better and better equipment they talk about doesn't improve anything, it just increases the cost of their repairs.

You also note that the mayor, members of the chamber of commerce, etc. all strongly endorse Jim's garage. You also note that many of these influential people are highly paid part-time salesmen for Jim's garage.

You also note that Jim contributes significantly to the local schools, and that the children are taught how good Jim's garage is.

Finally you realize there is a war going on between Jim's garage and Bob's garage and that those in power in the town are more interested in which garage offers them the most benefits, than in which garage has the best mechanics. You see that the political machine in town does everything in their power to crush Bob's garage.

But above all, you note that month after month, year after year, Jim's garage prices keep growing and growing, it makes obscene profits, and usually does more damage than good in repairing the cars. You also note that those small number of people who later go to Bob's garage usually get their car completely fixed for less than $100.

What Is Wrong With This Picture?

What I have just described is the war in modern medicine with regards to cancer treatments.

Orthodox medicine is well organized, unbelievably well funded, and has total control over the news media due to the massive amounts of advertising dollars spent by the pharmaceutical industry. When was the last time you saw a 1/2 hour television show where the main speaker was a doctor who used alternative treatments for cancer? Try to name 10 of the "top 100" best alternative treatments for cancer.

Would it surprise you that the pharmaceutical companies make billions of dollars in profits on chemotherapy drugs every year? Big Pharma also controls many other aspects of life in America due to their many billions of dollars of clout. It turns out that there are a lot of people who will quickly "look the other way" for the right price.

Alternative medicine, on the other hand, is very poorly organized, equally poorly funded, disjointed, and severely persecuted by orthodox medicine.

People in America, unfortunately, generally make their key decisions based solely on what they hear on television. Yet, the fact that orthodox medicine has lots of money, and alternative medicine is disjointed, has nothing to do with which type of medicine has the best treatments for cancer. It only has to do with which side has had the most money for the longest amount of time. It is like the above metaphor: just because Jim's garage makes far more money than Bob's garage, and does far more advertising, doesn't mean Jim's garage charges a fair price and does a better job.

While orthodox medicine generally uses surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments, alternative medicine uses treatment plans with names like: Kelley Metabolic, Breuss Tea, Budwig Flaxseed, Brandt Grape Cure, Essiac Tea, etc.

Did you recognize any of the treatments I just mentioned under alternative medicine? You probably didn't. Yet if you have cancer, and if you make the wrong treatment decision, it could cost you your life! That's right - your own life. Before you brush-off this war as being unimportant to you, keep that in mind.

You probably think that this war is about medical theory, and that one side believes in the "germ theory" of disease and the other side believes in the "nutritional theory" of disease. Or perhaps you think that orthodox medicine is interested in treating "symptoms," while alternative medicine is interested in treating "causes." While there are theoretical differences, the war is not caused by differences in medical theory. The war is all about profits.

    "We are not dealing with a scientific problem. We are dealing with a political issue."
    Dr Samuel Epstein, M.D.

The fact of the matter is that this war is a political war. Like all other wars in world history, it is all about money, power and the control of the general public. Most of all it is a war about orthodox medicine maintaining the power they have had since 1910.

Our government agencies and the corporations that control them have done everything in their power to make sure you do not know the truth about alternative medicine, and especially alternative treatments for cancer and alternative prevention measures for heart disease. And the television stations and other media are not about to say anything negative about one of their biggest advertisers - the pharmaceutical industry. So called "investigative journalists" are never going to investigate the friends of their employer.

Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc.

R. Webster Kehr

God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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