30 December 2003

Electromagnetic fields induce apoptosis in cancer cells

Those of us working in electronic medicine known that frequencies can inhibit growth and destroy cancer cells. New research is continuing to document this effect.


ELF-Eletromagnetic Fields Inhibit the Proliferation of Human Cancer Cells and Induce Apoptosis
Lijun Pang, Nelly Traitcheva, Gislinde Gothe, Juan A. Camacho Gomez, Hermann Berg
Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine , Volume 21 , Issue 3

Abstract: Weak and low-frequency pulsating electromagnetic fields (ELF-MF) can be applied to change cell metabolism, if cells are treated in a specific range of frequency and amplitude. In our case, the influence on proliferation of human K562 cells has been studied by applying a sinusoidal 50 Hz field of magnetic flux densities (B) between 2 and 13 mT for 2 or 4 days. In repeating all runs three times—counting each day—no difference between experiment and control was found below 6 mT. However, stronger field amplitudes inhibit cell division and induce apoptosis and necrosis as shown by flow cytometry. Treatment with 10 mT decreases the number of living cells to only 2% of the control. This electromagnetically induced apoptosis may be a first step for a noninvasive treatment of cancer tissue for inhibition of its proliferation.
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22 December 2003

How Much of Ageing is Really Undiagnosed, Untreated, or Untreatable Disease?

It is well known in the alternative medicine community that 20 years can be added to a life on average, with proper nutritional supplementation, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle. Even worse, many conditions attributed to aging are not aging at all, but diseases that go undiagnosed. Electronic medicine can significantly extend the life span by identifying and eliminating pathogens that would go undiagnosed, untreated, or be untreatable.

Ill or just old? Towards a conceptual framework of the relation between ageing and disease
Gerbrand J Izaks and Rudi GJ Westendorp
BMC Geriatrics 2003, 3:7 (published 19 December 2003)

Background: Is this person ill or just old? This question reflects the pondering mind of a doctor while interpreting the complaints of an elderly person who seeks his help. Many doctors think that ageing is a non-disease. Accordingly, various attempts have been undertaken to separate pathological ageing from normal ageing. However, the existence of a normal ageing process distinct from the pathological processes causing disease later in life can be questioned. Discussion Ageing is the accumulation of damage to somatic cells, leading to cellular dysfunction, and culminates in organ dysfunction and an increased vulnerability to death. Analogously, chronic diseases initiate early in life and their development is slow before they become clinically apparent and culminate in disability or death. The definition of disease is also subject to current opinions and scientific understanding and usually, it is an act of individual creativity when physical changes are recognised as symptoms of a new disease. New diseases, however, are only rarely really new. Most new diseases have gone undiagnosed because their signs and symptoms escaped recognition or were interpreted otherwise. Many physical changes in the elderly that are not yet recognised as a disease are thus ascribed to normal ageing. Therefore, the distinction between normal ageing and disease late in life seems in large part arbitrary.

Summary: We think that normal ageing cannot be separated from pathological processes causing disease later in life, and we propose that the distinction is avoided.
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19 December 2003

Prayer Works: Advanced BioPhoton Analyzer Works Better


My wife, a Unitarian Minister, calls my Advanced BioPhoton Analyzer (ABPA) my prayer wheel, an advanced technology form of Tibetan practice. She suggests to her friends that they ask me to pray for them, particularly if they have the current flu going around. Some published studies show random prayer improves patient outcomes by about 10%. The ABPA does much better and my colleague, Dale Fawcett is willing to educate people on this device (360) 598-6585.

Meanwhile the British Journal of Medicine has an article in this week's edition on questions raised by clinical studies that show prayer works. Definitely worth adding to your holiday reading list.

Retroactive prayer: a preposterous hypothesis?
Brian Olshansky and Larry Dossey
BMJ 2003;327:1465-1468, doi:10.1136/bmj.327.7429.1465

Questions raised by intercessory prayer and distant healing are far reaching, challenging basic assumptions about the nature of consciousness, space, time, and causality. Many consider these issues vexing and simply ignore them. But, if distant effects of consciousness are real, they will not cease to exist; these effects will operate in the background of our lives and, quite possibly, in our experiments. Others dismiss these events as trivial or irrelevant to the mission of
healthcare professionals.

FDA: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

It is rare that politics and special interests are so glaringly exposed at the FDA. Their recent attempt to police pharmaceuticals from Canada is beginning to backfire. Cris Gupta reports on:

FDA Shenanigans

"Live free or die" is the bold state motto of New Hampshire. And in that spirit, NH Governor Craig Benson announced last week that his state will defy federal law and purchase prescription drugs from Canada for Medicaid recipients and prison inmates. The estimated savings would probably top $1.5 million.

On the same day, Boston's Mayor Thomas M. Menino told reporters that beginning next summer his city will buy Canadian drugs for city employees, creating a projected savings of $1 million per year.

And you can be sure that the FDA isn't one bit happy about all this. But what are they going to do? Put Boston in jail? ...

The New Hampshire and Boston announcements were made only one day after President Bush signed the new Medicare bill into law. At one point the bill contained provisions that would allow U.S. Medicare patients to purchase less expensive Canadian drugs, or U.S. drugs re-imported from Canada at rates much lower than they could find anywhere here at home. But somewhere along the line those provisions were quietly removed from the bill...

Meanwhile, FDA officials continue to maintain that the economics of the situation are of no concern to them. They say it's a SAFETY issue, implying that Canadian safety standards are not set at the same superior level as those of the FDA. But so far their warnings about safety concerns have done nothing to slow down the sales of Canadian drugs and re-imported U.S. drugs to U.S. citizens. According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, we bought more than $1 billion worth of drugs from Canada last year...

According to a CBS evening news "Inside Story" report last week, Boston and New Hampshire and all the buying power of individual U.S. citizens are very small potatoes compared to the largest U.S. customer of Canadian pharmaceuticals: The U.S. government.

The Department of Defense and the Veterans' Administration are just two government agencies that are allowed a special waiver to purchase drugs from Canada or any other country; something that citizens like you and me can't do. Not to mention Boston and New Hampshire.

In the CBS report, Michael Valentino - a spokesman for the Department of Veterans' Affairs - was asked to estimate how much his department has spent on foreign drugs. He said, "It's been in the hundreds of millions of dollars over the last several years."
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18 December 2003

Airlines: A Major Source of Severe Infection

I've been complaining about airline flights as the most chronic source of infection in my life for years. Some of the newer planes are starting to improve airflow back to what it was years ago. Evidently the flight attendants have complained enough about getting sick that the airlines are making small steps forward. They need to implement some basic technologies to filter and kill pathogens flowing through the air conditioning system. This is not rocket science. Anyone can do this for a reasonable amount of money in their own home.

The New England Journal of Medicine has made the airline infection hazard official today:

Transmission of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome on Aircraft
Sonja J. Olsen, Ph.D., Hsiao-Ling Chang, M.P.H., Terence Yung-Yan Cheung, M.B., B.S., Antony Fai-Yu Tang, M.B., B.S., M.P.H., Tamara L. Fisk, M.D., Steven Peng-Lim Ooi, M.B., B.S., M.Sc., M.P.H., Hung-Wei Kuo, M.P.H., Donald Dah-Shyong Jiang, Ph.D., Kow-Tong Chen, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., Jim Lando, M.D., M.P.H., Kwo-Hsiung Hsu, M.S., Tzay-Jinn Chen, M.D., M.P.H., and Scott F. Dowell, M.D., M.P.H.
New England Journal of Medicine Volume 349:2416-2422 December 18, 2003 Number 25

Background: The severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) spread rapidly around the world, largely because persons infected with the SARS-associated coronavirus (SARS-CoV) traveled on aircraft to distant cities. Although many infected persons traveled on commercial aircraft, the risk, if any, of in-flight transmission is unknown.

Methods: We attempted to interview passengers and crew members at least 10 days after they had taken one of three flights that transported a patient or patients with SARS. All index patients met the criteria of the World Health Organization for a probable case of SARS, and index or secondary cases were confirmed to be positive for SARS-CoV on reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction or serologic testing.

Results: After one flight carrying a symptomatic person and 119 other persons, laboratory-confirmed SARS developed in 16 persons, 2 others were given diagnoses of probable SARS, and 4 were reported to have SARS but could not be interviewed. Among the 22 persons with illness, the mean time from the flight to the onset of symptoms was four days (range, two to eight), and there were no recognized exposures to patients with SARS before or after the flight. Illness in passengers was related to the physical proximity to the index patient, with illness reported in 8 of the 23 persons who were seated in the three rows in front of the index patient, as compared with 10 of the 88 persons who were seated elsewhere (relative risk, 3.1; 95 percent confidence interval, 1.4 to 6.9). In contrast, another flight carrying four symptomatic persons resulted in transmission to at most one other person, and no illness was documented in passengers on the flight that carried a person who had presymptomatic SARS.

Conclusions: Transmission of SARS may occur on an aircraft when infected persons fly during the symptomatic phase of illness. Measures to reduce the risk of transmission are warranted.
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14 December 2003

SARS: About half the deaths are related to air pollution compromising lung function

SARS and the current flu epidemic kill people mainly through disruption of lung function. It looks like about 50% of deaths could be prevented by eliminating air pollution. Full text access to the study is available due to the Open Access movement in science publishing.

Air pollution and case fatality of SARS in the People's Republic of China: an ecologic study
Yan Cui, Zuo-Feng Zhang, John Froines, Jinkou Zhao, Hua Wang, Shun-Zhang Yu and Roger Detels
Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source 2003, 2:15 (published 20 November 2003)

Background: Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) has claimed 349 lives with 5,327 probable cases reported in mainland China since November 2002. SARS case fatality has varied across geographical areas, which might be partially explained by air pollution level.

Methods: Publicly accessible data on SARS morbidity and mortality were utilized in the data analysis. Air pollution was evaluated by air pollution index (API) derived from the concentrations of particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide and ground-level ozone. Ecologic analysis was conducted to explore the association and correlation between air pollution and SARS case fatality via model fitting. Partially ecologic studies were performed to assess the effects of long-term and short-term exposures on the risk of dying from SARS.

Results: Ecologic analysis conducted among 5 regions with 100 or more SARS cases showed that case fatality rate increased with the increment of API (case fatality = - 0.063 + 0.001 * API). Partially ecologic study based on short-term exposure demonstrated that SARS patients from regions with moderate APIs had an 84% increased risk of dying from SARS compared to those from regions with low APIs (RR = 1.84, 95% CI: 1.41–2.40). Similarly, SARS patients from regions with high APIs were twice as likely to die from SARS compared to those from regions with low APIs. (RR = 2.18, 95% CI: 1.31–3.65). Partially ecologic analysis based on long-term exposure to ambient air pollution showed the similar association.

Conclusion: Our studies demonstrated a positive association between air pollution and SARS case fatality in Chinese population by utilizing publicly accessible data on SARS statistics and air pollution indices. Although ecologic fallacy and uncontrolled confounding effect might have biased the results, the possibility of a detrimental effect of air pollution on the prognosis of SARS patients deserves further investigation.
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07 December 2003

Updated Flu Epidemic Frequencies


Since September 28, WHO and NREVSS laboratories have tested a total of 14,933 specimens for influenza viruses and 3,337 (22.3%) were positive. Among the 3,337 influenza viruses, 3,326 (99.7%) were influenza A viruses and 11 (0.3%) were influenza B viruses. Seven hundred fifty-one (23%) of the 3,326 influenza A viruses have been subtyped; 741 (98.7%) were influenza A (H3N2) viruses and 10 (1.3%) were A (H1) viruses. Forty states and all 9 surveillance regions** have reported laboratory-confirmed influenza this season. One thousand eight hundred thirty-three (54.9%) of the 3,337 isolates were reported from the West South Central region, and 1,067 (32.0%) were from the Mountain region. (Natl Center for Infectious Diseases)

The good news is that this flu responds well to Oscillicoccinum 200C (one pellet in water and sip while you have symptoms, get it at any health food store), Transfer Factor Plus (2 capsules twice a day), and Vitamin C (1000mg twice a day), I get mine wholesale and fresh call 360 598-6585 or e-mail Dale Fawcett at; innerhealth@comcast.net. Dale mainly deals with health professionals so if you ask him he might send you a doctors package on Transfer Factor on how they use it.

Working together with many people on both the east and west coast of the United States, we have come up with the following frequencies which should eliminate all symptoms of what I call the "Hartford" flu, since that is where I first picked it up. This flu appears to be the Influenza A(H3N2) virus which is transmitted my multiple parasites. Individuals get a sore throat, or hoarse, and you will hear an intermittent deep cough which spews microscopic parasites into the air which are infected with the virus. The parasites also appear to be carrying candida and an attennuated form of the SARS complex (corona virus, metapneumovirus, and associated 4-stage parasite) which help to make this flu a deadly one through overwhelming the immune system. This is why Transfer Factor Plus is key component of managing this flu, since my tests show it is about three times as effective as other immune enhancers on the market (and I have at least two dozen of them in my lab that I test regularly).

Frequencies are added as lingering symptoms surface and frequencies are tested across multiple people. It is an unusual flu with a large number of frequencies, due to the multiplicity of organisms involved. Many of the frequencies appear to be proteins associated with the viruses.

The first column is the initially identified frequency. The second column is an octave below 10000hz for those with plasma devices that will not transmit above 10000hz. It is best to cycle through these frequencies transmitting 3 hertz above and below those frequencies under 1000hz. From 1000-10000hz transmit 4hz above and below the frequencies. Above 10000hz transmit 8hz above and below the frequencies.

Some relief from symptoms should occur with these frequencies applied for 15 minutes assuming you cycle through them several times during the 15 minute period. Frequency application multiple times the first day will be required to eliminate symptoms and ongoing application for 10 days, at least once a day is required. Reinfection is common and followup application will be needed. Some symptoms are persistent and may require application of these frequencies every few days for several weeks. For individual problems personal consultation may be needed to help with fine tuning these frequencies.

In response to numerous inquiries on how these frequencies were obtained, multiple modalities were used. The main criteria is that all symptoms be eliminated. Anytime any symptom of the flu was remaining in an individual, additional frequencies were identified to eliminate it. When new frequencies were identified, people using previously identified frequencies who had eliminated all symptomology were tested to see if they needed newly identified frequencies. Invariably they did, even though apparently symptom free.

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These frequencies are supplied as a public service for those frequency researchers that want to experiment with their own devices at their own risk. All others should see guidance from their individual physicians.

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06 December 2003

Influenza A (H3N2) Epidemic: 70,000 Deaths Expected this Year

"Influenza is a killer virus. And the way things are going, this year will be the worst I've seen in my career," said Dr. Greg Poland, 48, director of the vaccine research group at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. (Sun-Sentinel 4 Dec 2003) You may not be able to get the flu vaccine because supplies are running out. It's not the right vaccine anyway, so other alternatives need to be employed. The good news is that this flu responds well to Oscillicoccinum 200C (one pellet in water and sip while you have symptoms), Transfer Factor Plus (2 capsules twice a day), and Vitamin C (1000mg twice a day).

If you really want to zap this flu and you don't have a frequency generator, run yourself a hot bath and pour a half a cup of your Oscillicoccinum water solution in the tub. Soak for 10-15 minutes and you will notice a remarkable effect. Don't forget to soak your head.

The bad news even after you eliminate the disease is that you will get reinfected on almost every airline flight or at any large gathering of people. And this flu is persistent. Pathogens remain even after most symptoms are gone causing odd symptoms and general weakness.

As a result, I've started taking Matol KM again. This herbal mixture was designed by an Alpine climber who wanted to overcome fatigue during extreme rock climbing conditions in the Alps. A teaspoon a day in water will tune up your physical system. Robin Murphy, a black belt martial artist and one of the leading homeopaths in the world, put me on to this years ago. Medicine will only take you so far, even if it cures you. To stimulate your body to peak performance, a slight herbal stimulus is required.

KM is also very good for cancer patients, particularly those who have lost a lot of weight. It is rare that a substance helps a world class athelete as much as someone severely depleted from chemotherapy. I restarted my relationship with Matol to get a web site, and if you use it, you will help support electronic medicine - see http://jeffsutherland.matol.com

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05 December 2003

First Cases of Flu Confirmed in Massachusetts

I've been reporting on this for weeks. Now it's official.

Two Cases of Flu Confirmed in Mass.; Officials Wonder if It Is Same Strain That Killed Others
The Associated Press

BOSTON Dec. 5 — Health officials in Massachusetts have confirmed the first two cases of the influenza virus and are trying to find out if it is from the same strain being blamed for the deaths of children in other states.
The state Department of Public Health said Thursday that a 36-year-old woman and a 77-year-old man in the western part of the state have contracted influenza. Officials said both are recuperating at home.

Tests from the two cases have been sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta to determine which strain of the virus they have.

So far this year, the flu is being blamed for the deaths of at least six children in Colorado, three in Texas and one each in Oklahoma and New Mexico.

Authorities in Indiana also were investigating whether the death of a 10-year-old girl might be that state's first from influenza this season. The child died Wednesday at a hospital in Indianapolis.

Children are particularly susceptible because their bodies have not previously been exposed to the virus that infects the nose, throat and lungs, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In a typical year 36,000 Americans die from the influenza virus, but flu researchers expect a higher death toll this year.

The flu season usually stretches from October to May, peaking in December and January, but this year cases were reported in some Western states as early as September.

Texas was the first state this season where the flu was considered widespread, the CDC's most severe ranking. Nine other states Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Arkansas, Tennessee and Pennsylvania have since been classified as having widespread flu outbreaks.

More than 6,300 flu cases have been reported in Colorado, more than in the previous two years combined. North Dakota has tallied 292 flu cases so far, compared to just two this time last year.

Most of the outbreak this fall has been a strain called A-Fujian-H3N2, which was not selected for this year's flu vaccine, according to the CDC. Health experts say the strain is closely related to the strain the vaccine targets, A-Panama-H3N2.

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