30 June 2005
Bobby Kennedy signs his new book at U.Mass. Photo by Megan Brinster/Collegian
When a study revealed that mercury in childhood vaccines may have caused autism in thousands of kids, the government rushed to conceal the data -- and to prevent parents from suing drug companies for their role in the epidemic.
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By Robert F. Kennedy Jr., June 16, 2005
In June 2000, a group of top government scientists and health officials gathered for a meeting at the isolated Simpsonwood conference center in Norcross, Ga. Convened by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the meeting was held at this Methodist retreat center, nestled in wooded farmland next to the Chattahoochee River, to ensure complete secrecy. The agency had issued no public announcement of the session -- only private invitations to 52 attendees. There were high-level officials from the CDC and the Food and Drug Administration, the top vaccine specialist from the World Health Organization in Geneva, and representatives of every major vaccine manufacturer, including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Wyeth and Aventis Pasteur. All of the scientific data under discussion, CDC officials repeatedly reminded the participants, was strictly "embargoed." There would be no making photocopies of documents, no taking papers with them when they left.
The federal officials and industry representatives had assembled to discuss a disturbing new study that raised alarming questions about the safety of a host of common childhood vaccines administered to infants and young children. According to a CDC epidemiologist named Tom Verstraeten, who had analyzed the agency's massive database containing the medical records of 100,000 children, a mercury-based preservative in the vaccines -- thimerosal -- appeared to be responsible for a dramatic increase in autism and a host of other neurological disorders among children. "I was actually stunned by what I saw," Verstraeten told those assembled at Simpsonwood, citing the staggering number of earlier studies that indicate a link between thimerosal and speech delays, attention-deficit disorder, hyperactivity and autism. Since 1991, when the CDC and the FDA had recommended that three additional vaccines laced with the preservative be given to extremely young infants -- in one case, within hours of birth -- the estimated number of cases of autism had increased fifteenfold, from one in every 2,500 children to one in 166 children.
Doctor Finds New Green Tea Benefits
The Augusta Chronicle, 06-29-05
To the touted anti-cancer benefits of drinking green tea, Stephen Hsu wants to add another: It might keep your body from turning against itself. And that could become more important as some medications are pulled off the market or required to carry warnings about heart disease.
Dr. Hsu, a researcher at Medical College of Georgia and former green tea farmer in his native China, is looking at a new area where the brew might be beneficial.
In a very preliminary study presented earlier this month at the Arthritis Foundation's Arthritis Research Conference, Dr. Hsu found that a green tea extract called EGCG helped suppress proteins that can trigger an autoimmune response, in which the immune system attacks other cells in the body.
The benefits of green tea range from cancer prevention to cognitive enhancement. It is such a useful herb that I have been experimenting with it for several years now. It is important to get enough (at least five cups of the right green tea a day) and I have found that I do not consistently drink enough so supplements are required. In researching supplements, I have found that most do not have the desired effect. The best I have found is Life Extension Foundation Mega Green Tea Extract. It stabilizes blood sugar levels and has even altered the fat metabolism in some clients causing them to lose abdominal fat that has plagued them for years.
As a result, in addition to a high grade vitamin supplement, Transfer Factor Plus Advanced Formula, and Sears pharmaceutical grade fish oil, I recommend to everyone that they try one capsule a day in the morning of Life Extension Foundation Mega Green Tea Extract.
The Lancet Reports Extremely Positive Data on Green Tea: Modern Science Confirms the Myriad Disease-Preventive Effects of this Ancient Drink
By Stephen Laifer, LE Magazine, Jan 2005
Protecting Aging Brains
Researchers believe that green tea may slow the effects of normal aging and its associated brain regression. A 2004 study investigated the effect of long-term green tea catechin intake on aging and oxidative damage, using aged mice with cerebral atrophy and cognitive dysfunction. Catechin intake was shown to effectively suppress further atrophy and cognitive dysfunction,23 strongly suggesting that green tea can at least partially improve the negative functional alterations that occur naturally in aging brains.
Another recent clinical trial found that green tea also offers protection against brain-deteriorative functions typically associated with stroke. As noted earlier, green tea catechins have potent antioxidant properties, protecting the body from atherosclerosis, a trigger of stroke. In this recent trial, catechins were further shown to reduce both the area and volume of damage to the brain following a stroke.24 According to the research-ers, daily intake of green tea catechins adds a measurable level of protection to the brain, helping shield it from “irreversible damage due to cerebral ischemia [stroke] and consequent neurological deficits.”
Healthy Blood Sugar Levels
Green tea may help to normalize and maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Epidemiological data suggest that green tea consumption prevents type II diabetes.26 In healthy human volunteers, green tea promoted healthy glucose metabolism, as determined by oral glucose tolerance tests.26 Green tea also lowered blood glucose levels in diabetic mice without affecting serum insulin levels.26 Green tea therefore appears to have anti-hyperglycemic effects. Green tea may be a helpful agent in preventing type II diabetes and in promoting healthy glucose metabolism.
26 June 2005
A Complex Dietary Supplement Extends Longevity of Mice
Jennifer A. Lemon, Douglas R. Boreham and C. David Rollo
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 60:275-279 (2005)
Key factors implicated in aging include reactive oxygen species, inflammatory processes, insulin resistance, and mitochondrial dysfunction. All are exaggerated in transgenic growth hormone mice (TGM), which display a syndrome resembling accelerated aging. We formulated a complex dietary supplement containing 31 ingredients known to ameliorate all of the above features. We previously showed that this supplement completely abolished the severe age-related cognitive decline expressed by untreated TGM. Here we report that longevity of both TGM and normal mice is extended by this supplement. Treated TGM showed a 28% increase (p <.00008) in mean longevity. An 11% increase in mean longevity was also significant (p <.002093) for treated normal mice, compared to untreated normal mice. These data support the hypothesis that TGM are a model of accelerated aging, and demonstrate that complex dietary supplements may be effective in ameliorating aging or age-related pathologies where simpler formulations have generally failed.
24 June 2005
Cancer is a programming problem. Any mechanism that disrupts DNA function may increase risk of carcinogenesis. There was some debate about epigenetic effects causing cancer when I was an NCI Principal Investigator doing cancer research in the 1980s. That debate has now been resolved.
Frequencies can affect any cellular mechanism and I have frequencies for a least five different cellular processes that can be disrupted to help stop tumor growth. I'm always looking for new research on new mechanisms to develop new frequencies.
- The study of the processes involved in the unfolding development of an organism. This includes phenomena such as X chromosome inactivation in mammalian females, and gene silencing within an organism.
- The study of heritable changes in gene function that occur without a change in the sequence of nuclear DNA. This includes the study of how environmental factors affecting a parent can result in changes in the way genes are expressed in the offspring...
In both cases, the object of study includes how gene regulatory information that is not expressed in DNA sequences is transmitted from one generation (of cells or organisms) to the next - that is (harking back to the Greek prefix), 'in addition to' the genetic information encoded in the DNA.
In recent years, there has been rapid progress in understanding epigenetic mechanisms, which include differences in DNA methylation, as well as difference in chromatin structure. Another possibility involves the genomes of cytoplasmic elements (chloroplasts and mitochondria). Other mechanisms have also been proposed. See epigenetic inheritance for a more detailed discussion.
Cancer Epigenetics Enters the Mainstream
Genetics and genomics must share an ever-widening spotlightBy Mark Greener, The Scientist
Volume 19, Issue 12, Page 18, Jun. 20, 2005
The genetic model of cancer – the idea that key mutations lead to unchecked cellular proliferation – has guided cancer research for decades. Thousands of papers report sequence alterations that disrupt, delete, or overexpress genes, leading to oncogenesis. Then, in 1983, Bert Vogelstein and Andrew Feinberg at Johns Hopkins University reported widespread loss of DNA methylation at cytosine-guanine (CpG) dinucleotides in tumor samples. This was the first evidence that eigenetic changes, which are heritable but outside of the genome sequence, might spur cancer. Many remained skeptical, however, regarding the change as an epiphenomenon to primary genetic disruption.
Epigenetics remained the preserve of a few cognoscenti who, away from the spotlight, made steady progress. In the last decade or so, their results have moved to the fore and are helping to unravel the complexities of cancer pathogenesis, raising the prospect of improved diagnosis, more effective prevention, and enhanced treatments. "Epigenetics has entered the mainstream," Feinberg says. Indeed, epigenetics increasingly shares the research and clinical spotlight with genomics. "Most cancers arise from the interplay of genetic and epigenetic elements," adds Wolf Reik, from the Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK. "You can't study one aspect any more. You have to study both."
20 June 2005
Microscopic examination of ulta-pure acrylamide - SNF Floeger
Acrylamide is a carcinogenic compound that appears in the process of cooking foods. A good summary of current research in countries all over the world can be found in a presentation by Tom McDonald, M.P.H., Ph.D. of the EPA Office of Environmental Health Assessment in California.
A reasonable level of exposure to this carcinogen would be a level that keeps lifetime cancer risk under 1 in 10000. The average American consumes 100 times more than that level every day. This means that one in 100 Americas will get cancer from acrylamide and it might be you. It is particularly prevalent in most potato chips.
Recently, I have been doing a lot of work in identifying frequencies that cause resonance in heavy metals. Transmitting the exact frequency using the Advanced Biophoton Integrator generates warming affects in areas of the body with the contamination which cause the toxic substance to be excreted in the urine. I have done enough work with these frequencies for many heavy metals followed by actual lab tests to confirm excretion that I am reasonable confident of my technique as an actual research protocol.
Here is a small research experiment that I did this evening. It is being followed up by a NES practitioner who is detecting acrylamide in over 90% of his clients using NES technology. He requested the electromagnetic frequency for this substance.
1. Scanning a photographic image of acrylamide with the Cameron Aurameter indicated a frequency of 76677.5.
2. I scanned myself and found no detectable acrylamide.
3. After eating some potato chips from a local restaurant, I tested positive for 76677.5 in the stomach region.
4. I applied my typical protocol for toxic materials running an F160 driving an ABPA with the appropriate frequency for 30 minutes. The program used was:
converge 0 0
5. When the program was done, I tested highly positive for acrylamide, but only in the bladder area.
6. After urination, I tested negative for acrylamide.
I am confident that lab scientists can duplicate this result and invite them to do so.
16 June 2005
Parasites are as common as viruses and we are constantly infected by air, food, water, and contact with humans or animals. As noted in the attached article, once infected by a parasite it never goes away. It hides out like a ticking time bomb and we all have dozens of parasite infections.
Fortunately, through frequency research, any parasite infection can be completely eliminated. It requires exact frequencies for every stage of a parasite's life cycle and the right hardware.
An NPR producer forwarded the parasite article below to me. Cat lovers might want to look into frequencies for their cats and themselves. In France and Germany, 80-90% of people are infected with toxoplasma gondii. In the U.K. 40-50% and U.S. 22.5%.
Toxoplasma gondii are not the only parasites that reprogram your brain. Athletes foot and jock itch parasites commonly go to the brain when treated topically. My experience is that they make you act stupid, probably the reason for the "jock effect."
Next time your physician tells you to see a psychiatrist because you complain about things in your head, tell him to call the psychiatrists that funded this study at the Stanley Research Medical Institute of Maryland. And if your doc has an alley cat bedside manner ask him if he owns any cats.
Dangerrrr: cats could alter your personality
Jonathan Leake, Science Editor
The Sunday Times, 21 Sep 2003
THEY may look like lovable pets but Britain’s estimated 9m domestic cats are being blamed by scientists for infecting up to half the population with a parasite that can alter people’s personalities.
The startling figures emerge from studies into toxoplasma gondii, a parasite carried by almost all the country’s feline population. They show that half of Britain’s human population carry the parasite in their brains, and that infected people may undergo slow but crucial changes in their behaviour.
Infected men, suggests one new study, tend to become more aggressive, scruffy, antisocial and are less attractive. Women, on the other hand, appear to exhibit the “sex kitten” effect, becoming less trustworthy, more desirable, fun- loving and possibly more promiscuous.
Interestingly, for those who draw glib conclusions about national stereotypes, the number of people infected in France is much higher than in the UK.
The findings will not please cat lovers. The research — conducted at universities in Britain, the Czech Republic and America — was sponsored by the Stanley Research Medical Institute of Maryland, a leading centre for the study of mental illness. The institute has already published research showing that people infected with the toxoplasma parasite are at greater risk of developing schizophrenia and manic depression.
The study into more subtle changes in human personality is being carried out by Professor Jaroslav Flegr of Charles University in Prague. In one study he subjected more than 300 volunteers to personality profiling while also testing them for toxoplasma.
He found the women infected with toxoplasma spent more money on clothes and were consistently rated as more attractive. “We found they were more easy-going, more warm-hearted, had more friends and cared more about how they looked,” he said. “However, they were also less trustworthy and had more relationships with men.”
By contrast, the infected men appeared to suffer from the “alley cat” effect: becoming less well groomed undesirable loners who were more willing to fight. They were more likely to be suspicious and jealous. “They tended to dislike following rules,” Flegr said.
He also discovered that people infected with toxoplasma had delayed reaction times — and are at greater risk of being involved in car accidents. “Toxoplasma infection, could represent a serious and highly underestimated economic and public health problem,” he said.”
In Britain, concern over toxoplasma is growing among health experts — especially as the number of pet cats has grown to about 9m. Roland Salmon, an epidemiologist with the National Public Health Service for Wales, said: “The evidence is that cats are the main cause of infection.”
Toxoplasma moves in a natural cycle between rats and cats. Rats acquire it from contact with cat faeces and cats reacquire it from hunting infected rats. It has long been known that humans can become infected with the parasite through close contact with cats.
Pregnant women are advised to keep clear of the animals because the parasite can damage unborn babies. People with damaged immune systems, such as Aids victims, are also vulnerable.
Until now, however, the parasite has always been thought harmless to healthy people because their immune systems could suppress the infection. But this view seems certain to change, especially in the light of research at Oxford University.
Scientists there have found that when the parasite invades rats it somehow reprograms their brains, reversing their natural fear of cats. It is this same ability to destroy natural inhibitions that is thought to be at work in humans. Infected men, suggests one new study, tend to become more aggressive, scruffy, antisocial and are less attractive. Women, on the other hand, appear to exhibit the “sex kitten” effect, becoming less trustworthy, more desirable, fun- loving and possibly more promiscuous.
Doctors Manuel Berdoy and Joanne Webster at Oxford University are studying how toxoplasma alters rat behaviour and the chemical weapons it uses to subvert the brain.
Berdoy said: “The fact that a single-celled parasite can have such an effect on the mammalian or even human brain is amazing.”
One startling fact to emerge from research is the great differences in levels of infection. In France and Germany, for example, about 80%-90% of people are infected — nearly twice that in Britain or America.
“I am French and I have even wondered if there is an effect on national character,” Berdoy said.
Dr Dominique Soldati, a researcher at Imperial College in London, is studying ways of blocking toxoplasma from getting into cells. “Once you are infected you cannot get rid of this parasite and the numbers of them slowly grow over the years,” she said. “It’s not a nice thought!"
12 June 2005
People are always asking me for diet recommendations. I usually tell them it doesn't matter what you eat as long as you eliminate all packaged foods and go to Whole Foods or Wild Oats and buy organic. Your taste buds will guide you.
Actually, you can often do well at Cosco. I get a barbecued chicken (tests high on the Aurameter), a carton of organic greens, and a whole fresh pineapple for about $10 and can eat for almost a week on it. I get some whole fresh olives in olive oil, chop them in quarters, and put them on the greens. You don't need salad dressing with this. Add a little dried fruit and fresh nuts (also from Cosco) for variety. Goes well with a glass of fine red wine.
The combination of this, a few frequencies, and a little exercise can drive your high cholesterol level down to 150 and keep it there.
So here is a great short video on the organic revolution. Dick Loyd has posted the latest takeoff on Star Wars on his web site. It is quite amusing and worth a look. Check out Store Wars.
08 June 2005
New F165 Frequency Generator-shipping real soon now
For frequency transmission, my preferred device is the F160 Frequency Generator which is soon to be replaced with the F165. The quality of the signal, the flexibility of the device, and the programming language are superior.
The programming language is useful because it communicates exactly what signals and timing the hardware is transmitting. From an F160 program, you can derive a program for any other device. Many people ask me about the meaning of the terms in the programming language. This is thoroughly documented in Atelier Robin's excellent documentation which you can access by clicking here!
For example, here is a sample of the documentation on what dwell means:
Sets the default dwell value. The dwell is the length of time the requested frequency will be generated. The dwell value specified will be applied to any subsequent frequency in the program file up to the next dwell or cdwell instruction.
Argument units: s in seconds
Range: s: 0.0 to 20000000.0
dwell 120 # Run for 2 minutes
dwell 0.5 # Run for half a second
dwell .75 # Run for 3/4 second
The F165 square wave frequency generator will be released in real soon, maybe in June, but don't count on it. It replaces the F160 the top of the line generator at Atelier Robin. It is a completely new design with many advanced features, the main one being that is a stand alone generator. It does not need a PC or Palm Pilot to run, edit and store frequency files. It is also possible to connect the F165 to a computer via a USB port and control it with the F100 3.0 software for MS-Windows in the same way the F150/155 operate from a PC. Program files written for the current F150/155/160 are compatible with the new F165.
I am upgrading my lab at this time to eight Advanced Biophoton Analyzers that will each be driven by an F165 device along with some proprietary hardware that substancially increases the output of the systems and enables precise targeting of tissue types. The F165 has three frequency channels instead of two like the F160. This will allow me to generate increasingly complex programs that will initially run the primary frequency as a carrier wave modulated by two difference scalar octaves. As I have often said, the pathogens can run, but they can't hide from this technology. Pretty soon, they won't even be able to run.
I've spent over 30 years hacking computer systems, starting in the Stanford University Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in 1970. Since the turn of the century I have been hacking the human biosystem with the same kind of computing hardware and software. This summer for beach reading I'm going to go back and reread Dr. John Lilly's classic, Programming and Metaprogramming the Human Biocomputer. Lilly would be quite amazed at what is possible today.
07 June 2005
An email about my recent post on physician cognitive dissonance mentioned the case of the doctor that was hounded out of the profession by his colleagues for mentioning that failure to wash hands before delivery of babies was killing the mothers. The Scottish physician Alexander Gordon noticed that childbed fever was caused by an infectious agent passed by physicians in his 1795 publication, A Treatise on Epidemic Puerperal Fever of Aberdeen. It was later that obstetrician Ignac Semmelweis noticed doctors going directly from the autopsy room to the delivery room without washing hands in 1847. He blew the whistle and brought the wrath of the profession down upon his head.
Surgeon, scholar, best-selling author, Sherwin B. Nuland tells the strange story of Ignac Semmelweis with urgency and the insight gained from his own studies and clinical eperience. Semmelweis is remembered for the now-commonplace notion othat doctors must wash their hands before examining patients. In mid-nineteenth-centery Vienna, however, this was a subversive idea. With deaths from childbed fever exploding, Semmelweis discovered that doctors themselves were spreading the disease. While his simple reforms worked immediately--childbed fever in Vienna all but disappeared--they brought down upon Semmelweis the wrath of the establishment, and led to his tragic end.
This story is not over. There are at least 90,000 deaths every year in the U.S. from hospital induced infection and the number is increasing as microbes become more resistant to antibiotics. Recent studies show only about half of physicians and nurses wash hands between patients. Some hospitals encourage their patients to ask physicians and nurses if hands have been washed before they allow the clinicial to touch them.
05 June 2005
I spent years working with the original FSCAN in the center photo above. The DIRP function for detecting resonant frequencies of pathogens in my body was useful, but the DIRP can generate spurious peaks. The problem was always how to zero in on the right peak.
In the 1990's a California psychotherapist who also happened to be a dowser would test me for nutritional status. I obtained a very sensitive dowsing instrument called a Cameron Aurameter (see left photo above) and began mimicking the psychotherapist. In 2001, after having a recurrent eye infection since 1995 (multiple physicians were completely unable to eliminate it, even after I determined it was a parasite infection for them) I tried using the Aurameter to get the frequency. I had my FSCAN with me in Snow Bird, Utah, and when I identified the frequency with the Aurameter, my vision was cleared in less than three minutes and the infection has never returned! I immediately went home to cure my cats who had given me the eye infection.
After thousands of experiments over many years, I can repeatedly determine frequencies for pathogens and, in most cases, confirm with a peak on an FSCAN DIRP, then transmit the appropriate frequencies, and get immediate relief from an infection.
Since 2001, researchers from all over the world have asked for assistance with frequencies. It is amazing what you can learn from a mycobiologist in Saigon or a rare bird handler in Indonesia. Working with experts like this has enabled me to determine exact frequency sets for virtually any fungal infection (common in Saigon) or viral infection (incurable in rare birds of Indonesia until I worked with them).
Because many of my associates work at a distance, I began experimenting with high resolution digital photos and soon found that I could determine a frequency from a photo of an individual with the Aurameter as easily as from a person standing next to me. In fact, the photo method has become so reliable, I use a photo of the person even if the person is in the room with me. It allows me to precisely scan body parts and organ systems.
Once I was able to determine frequencies remotely using photos, the next challenge was to broadcast frequencies to a person or animal and eliminate the pathogen remotely. This has been achieved through successive hardware refinements to systems using Advanced Biophoton Analyzer technologies.
I have trained a number of clinicians and lay people on these techniques and some of my students are doing remarkably well. I consult with them myself when I have a difficult problem. During a recent food poisoning episode, for example, I was virtually incapitated and had difficulty determining frequencies for myself. With a little help from my friends, I was cured in the morning and could work in the afternoon.
I've been experimenting for years with identifying frequencies from microscopic photos of various organisms and tissue samples. Since I'm able to eliminate almost any organism but do not have an easy way to know what I am eliminating, I'm improving my capability of identification of the specific organism.
This can sometimes be done with plate zapping and testing with the Cameron Aurameter. If a microscopic slide of the organism inserted into the FSCAN electronic circuit significantly increases the Aurameter response, it is likely to be the right organism. But I am looking for a more rigorous identification. The proposed approach will strain the credulity of most medical researchers, but trust me, it is better to get rid of infections than to be believed! And the most famous medical researchers of the past were not usually believed until after their death. Barry Marshall, M.D. is an exception.
From a microscopic photo of an organism (such as H. pylori in a biopsy of Barry Marshall's stomach above) I can often pick up a frequency with the Aurameter. I happened to have been studying the background of H. Pylori because it is a fascinating story of medical ignorance, stupidity, and/or psychopathology. The literature is "rife" with them. One of the leading cardiologists in the United States is working with me on grant proposals to NIH on disease management. He calls this problem "the cognitive gap." The distance between reality and preconceptions in the physicians mind is just too large to allow accurate perception. Just to show how bad it can get, let's review the case of scurvy in the British Navy:
- 1497 - Vasco da Gama's crew of 160 men sailed around the Cape of Good Hope. 100 men died of scurvy. This was a typical mortality rate from scurvy on this type of journey.
- 1601 - English sea captain James Lancaster tries lemon juice experiment on some of his ships. Most men stayed healthy. On the three ships without lemon juice, 110 out of 278 men died of scurvy.
- 1747 - British Navy Physician James Lind tries a similar experiment on the HMS Salisbury. Men with scurvy were cured within a few days with citrus juice.
- 1795 - British Navy adopts citrus juice policy and all scurvy is eliminated on military vessels.
- 1865 - British Board of Trade adopts citrus juice policy on merchant marine vessels and eliminates all commercial scurvy.
In the case of H. Pylori, Johns Hopkins researchers wrote a monograph on bacterial infections and ulcers in the 1800's. New York hospitals were curing ulcers in the 1950's with antibiotics. Barry Marshall, an Australian M.D., figured out it was H. Pylori in the early 1980's. Of course no one could believe him as ulcers where considered primarily a psychiatric problem, an issue that persists today for any illness that a physician cannot diagnose or treat. So Barry drank a bottle of H. Pylori, got drastically ill, and one of his fellow residents biopsied his stomach. It was undergoing the transformation seen in developing ulcers. You can view his stomach biopsy at http://www.hpylori.com.au/picturebook.html.
Marshall published results in 1983 and 1987 in the literature and the entire medical profession studiously ignored it. This goes on today with many diseases, such as the relationship of the Borna virus with bipolar disease.
The critical event that transformed the medical community, according to Marshall, was a story on page 3 of the National Enquirer on March 13, 1990. The top 3/4 of the page covered "Death Row Dog Saved Minutes From the Gas Chamber--And Becomes a Superstar." The bottom quarter article was "Breakthrough Pill Cures Ulcers." As evolutionary biologist Dr. Paul Ewald notes, "the dependence of medical progress on that report does not inspire confidence in the portrayal of medicine as a science that deftly roots out truth from the evidence."
A Johns Hopkins monograph notes that a relationship between stomach bacteria and ulcers was noted in 1886 and discounted because everyone assumed that bacteria could not grow in the stomach. It is easy to be blinded by prevailing assumptions. In this case, it took us 104 years to discover that ulcers were not a psychiatric problem.
It actually took until last year before psychiatrists decided to spray viruses in the sinuses of a case an control group and prove that negative emotional status depresses the immune system and allows disease to progress. So there is a relationship between stress and proliferation of H. Pylori. Perhaps we should go easy on the psychiatrists for interpreting an association as a cause, when the rest of the medical profession was so misinformed.
In any event, there are plenty of photos available of the H. Pylori organism and tissue biopsies where the infection is causing ulcers. After determining the frequency, the next step was to test myself. Since H. Pylori is quite a common organism and I have eliminated it before in myself, I assumed that a small residual amount of the organism would be detectable. I treated myself with the FSCAN and got a positive response with the Aurameter for 30-60 seconds, which is typical of a light infection.
Following that, I sent the frequency to a friend who uses the National Institutes of Health DNA database to calculate the resonant frequencies of DNA strands. The H. Pylori organism was sequenced in 1997. In previous cases, I found my numbers identified with the Aurameter to be harmonics of numbers in her DNA database. It proved to be true in this case as well.
The final step is to find a volunteer with an ulcer and cure them with the frequency or one close to it. Different strains will have slightly different frequencies. Also, segments of the organism may have frequencies of their own when the organism is broken up, or microorganisms within the target organism may be released. When you break up the flu virus, for example, you will get multiple frequencies, and some of them seem able to reconstitute the flu organism. I haven't observed this with a bacteria like H. Pylori.
H. Pylori frequencies are available in my note on Barry Marshall winning the Nobel Prize for his findings.
This remarkable sequence of findings was used in research on animals recently. Lab tests were done on animals before and after frequency determination along with frequency transmission to eliminate the pathogen. The goal was to provide reproducable results that can be verified in a lab. Working with Dr. David Kenney, former Chief Veterinary Officer of Sea World, an entire SPCA facility was cleared of all disease in a few months simply by determining frequencies for sick animals and broadcasting them remotely.
Dr. Earl Mindell
The Himilayan Goji berry has long been known to have extraordinary health and longevity effects. The problem is to find the right berry since there are at least 41 species of Goyi berry in Tibet alone and they all have different properties. There are dozens of products available and they are as variable as the wine in your local market.
I constantly test new products and supplements with my energy devices. The best I adopt into my daily practice. My favorites are the ones that improve athletic performance as I regularly run through hills of the Tufts University Campus wearing a SportBrain, a Polar Heart Monitor, and occassionally my Nike GPS system. Three things have improved performance this year:
1. LifeWave Energy Patches - See my blogs about this.
2. I'm finding that many global travelers like me have often picked up a sub-clinical tuberculosis infection. You'll never notice it enough to see a physician about it. However, if you eliminate it with frequency devices it can improve your lung function by 100%. I now have a hard time getting my heart rate up above the aerobic level. It takes running up the multiple flights of stairs by the Tufts libary from the bottom to the top of the hill to get it to an anerobic state. My running heart rate has dropped by about 20 beats per minute on average.
3. Freelife Himilayan Goji Juice - a shot before and after a run really ramps up my energy level.
I've tried a number of Goji supplements but none have produced the Freelife effect. Vitamin guru Earl Mindell has done the research to get the right berry paired with the right manufacturing process.
Widely regarded as the world's #1 nutritionist, Dr. Earl Mindell's research has resulted in many important health discoveries.
- He was largely responsible for creating the "nutritional revolution" with the publication of the Vitamin Bible; the biggest-selling nutritional book ever.
- He was the first to introduce to the world the remarkable health benefits of soy, with his best-selling Soy Miracle book.
- He brought the power of MSM to mainstream America.
- He teamed up with FreeLife, lending his experience and expertise to the formulation of a carefully selected strain of Goji juice.
Earl Mindell, R.Ph., M.H., Ph.D., is generally recognized as the Father of the Nutritional Revolution. He is the bestselling author of 48 books, including the Vitamin Bible for the 21st Century, which has sold more than 10 million copies in 54 countries. He appears on more than 300 radio and television programs each year, including Regis, Letterman, Oprah and many, many others. He received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from North Dakota State University and is currently a registered California pharmacist, a master herbalist, and a professor of nutrition.
01 June 2005
Alternate cell-death program identified
Researchers find chemical inhibitor of nonapoptotic programmed cell-death process called 'necroptosis'
Although research over the past decade has shown that apoptosis is likely not the only type of programmed cell death, little is known about what other mechanisms may look like. In this week's online Nature Chemical Biology, Junying Yuan at Harvard University and her colleagues reveal such a pathway by identifying a chemical that blocks nonapoptotic programmed cell death, both in vitro and in a mouse model of ischemic brain injury.
The paper shows that the chemical, Nec-1, has no effect on apoptosis—only on this programmed necrosis-like death, which Yuan and her colleagues term "necroptosis." The researchers also show that although necroptosis shows some characteristics of autophagy, this is a downstream consequence of necroptotic signaling, not an upstream effector of it.
"There have been many hints that there are ways to kill cells" other than the classical apoptotic pathway, Shai Shaham, of the Rockefeller University, told The Scientist. "The one thing that has been lacking so far has been a way to figure out what proteins are involved in these other pathways..."What's been missing, according to Yuan, is proof that a common pathway carries out nonapoptotic programmed cell death in the multiple types of cells in which it's been observed. "So we asked the question: Can we find a chemical that inhibits all of those cell deaths?" Yuan told The Scientist.
Yuan and her colleagues screened a chemical library of about 15,000 compounds, looking for inhibitors of an alternate death pathway. When human cells were treated with tumor necrosis factor-?, a ligand for the Fas/TNFR family, along with a pan-caspase inhibitor, many cells died a necrosis-like death, as expected. They found one small molecule, however, that prevented these cells from dying.
The researchers tested this chemical, which they name necrostatin-1, or Nec-1, in many different types of cells and found that it inhibited TNF?-induced necrosis in all of them. This is the first direct evidence of a common, alternative form of programmed cell death, Yuan said.
The frequency of necrostatin-1 appears to be 44466.7 and this frequency should be used with caution.