23 November 2010

Prescriptions Drugs Remain the Leading Cause of Death from Medical Error

The term "quackery" originated with the use of quicksilver (mercury) to treat patients. Along with blood letting, this was a common practice at one time. Both mercury and blood letting reduced the symptoms that the patient experienced by making the immune system so weak it could not respond. George Washington alleged died of this after being treated for catching a cold.

The dentists who continue to use mercury are the modern day "quacks" but what about physicians who use drugs that kill the patient rather than saving them.

Medical error is the third leading cause of death in the United States and the largest component of medical error is drugs administered to patients in hospitals. Most people are not aware of this or of the autopsy research that shows about 1/3 of patients that die in a hospital in the U.S. and the U.K. die of a cause that is not diagnosed and they are not being treated for.

Perhaps we could excuse the physicians who have a tough job if they were trying to do better. However, there has been no noticeable improvement in the medical error problem since I participated in the government investigation into this issue 13 years ago.

Jon Rappaport comments on his recent interview with Barbara Starfield who published epidemiological data on this problem in JAMA many years ago. Starfield's work was reviewed over a decade ago on this blog.

THE STARFIELD REVELATION REVISITED


THE STARFIELD REVELATION, REVISITED

OCTOBER 31, 2010.  In the summer of the year 2000, it was a bolt out of the blue.  The revelation.  I come back to it for various reasons—this time because I’ve been reading doctors’ attacks on the nutritional industry:  “fraudulent claims, quackery, unproven science, theft.”

You’ve heard all the accusations.

It’s interesting that these doctors don’t bother to examine their own profession.  If they did, they would fall through the deep hole, and they might never find their way back to the top.
On July 26, 2000, Dr. Barbara Starfield published her landmark study, “Is US Health Really the Best in the World?” in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).  At the time, Starfield was working at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.  She still is.

She is, as you can see, an insider.  You don’t have your papers published in JAMA if you’re not. 

Among her findings?  The annual figure for deaths caused by medical drugs in the US is 106,000.

THE ANNUAL FIGURE.
All those drugs were, according to her report, correctly prescribed and, of course, approved by the FDA.  No drug makes its way into the American market unless the FDA certifies it as safe and effective.  Both.

In a long, exclusive interview I conducted with Dr. Starfield earlier this year, she made it clear that, since the 2000 publication date, no federal agency had contacted her to consult on taking remedial actions, in the face of all these deaths.

It was also clear that the federal government had undertaken no massive campaign to cut down on the deaths caused by medical drugs.

And, of course, no mainstream news outlet has picked up the gauntlet and hammered on this ongoing mind-boggling tragedy. 

106,000 deaths a year.  That means, since 2000, roughly a million Americans have died as a result of ingesting medicines.  A million.

So when I see these little doctors attacking the viability and correctness and safety of vitamins and minerals, I wonder what foul planet they are living on.  I wonder what they think they’re doing.

You should try to remember this the next time a doctor or some self-styled expert tells you the nutritional approach to improving health is dangerous.

You should try to remember the enormity of the cover-up involved here—and also note that Dr. Starfield’s study, since its publication ten years ago, has gone virtually unchallenged. More ...

Cancer Cells have Electrical Switch


An electrical switch for cancer?

A new type of electrically active cell can turn stem cells cancerous from a distance


[Published 19th October 2010 02:21 PM GMT]


Biologists have identified a new cell type in vertebrates that remotely mediates the transformation of stem cells into either healthy skin cells or cancerous melanoma, providing a potential new tool for researchers in both oncology and regeneration biology. 

A model of melanocyte control 
by transmembrane potential of 
remote "instructor cells".
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In a paper published Tuesday (19 October) in Disease Models and Mechanisms, the researchers, led by Michael Levin of Tufts University, describe how, by manipulating the voltage across the cell membranes of these so-called "instructor cells" in frog tadpoles in vivo, they have been able to dictate the fate of the descendants of neural crest stem cells "with exquisite specificity." De-polarizing the cells led to aggressive, metastatic melanoma. A similar effect was found in human pigment cells in vitro. 

The instructor cells themselves lie outside of the neural crest, but appear to communicate with the stem cell population via a long-range signal based on serotonin. Levin told The Scientist that, while the idea that the electrical state of cells is involved in the formation of tumors is not a new one, his study shows that the electrical properties of one type of cell can induce other, distant cells to change their behavior, and might be "a key switch that mediates the stem cell-cancer cell distinction."


Read more: An electrical switch for cancer? - The Scientist - Magazine of the Life Sciences http://www.the-scientist.com/news/display/57754/#ixzz168Rj0CcT

10 November 2010

Kauai Workshop Agenda - 2-3 Jan 2011


I'll be talking about my lab setup in Kauai and showing how to use it for frequency transmission. We have created a smaller, cheaper, and more powerful lab system over the years. The basic components consist of an F165 frequency generator that is run by a laptop computer. The reference frequency generator is used by the leading Rife machine manufacturers and puts out three channels of clean signals from 0-50 million hertz. I use the entire frequency range to get quicker and more comprehensive results compared to low frequency devices.

The computer is attached to a DMI device placed on top of the SC-1A scalar wave generator. The DMI allows high resolution digital photos to be used for frequency transmission. The DMI is a very sophisticated enhancement of ABPA technologies which were formerly dependent on Polaroid photos.

Not shown is a Harmony Evolution chip which is placed under the DMI on top of the SC-1A. This improves the effectiveness of the frequencies by more than an order of magnitude.

This simple setup is the basic component for my laboratories. I run up to ten F165 devices attached to a single computer. Each F165 has two SC-1 devices that allow transmission of frequencies to multiple targets.

We will also discuss several technologies that you can use in combination with this lab to improve general health and well being.

Let us know if you wish to join us on Kauai at the Aloha Beach Resort on Jan. 2nd and 3rd for an advanced frequency seminar with private meetings with Jeff and/or Carol on Jan. 4th and 5th. Your requests for content is appreciated and honored.

Email Jeff or Dale and Carol with any questions: drjeffsutherland@gmail.com, dale.fawcett@gmail.com or call: 360 598-6585.

05 November 2010

Environmental Remediation Using Frequencies





Hutchison-Lazaryan frequency generator clears polluted Gulf waters

Famous anti-gravity researcher, John Hutchison, and his associate, Nancy Lazaryan, have come up with a device that emits a combination of audio and radio frequencies that have the effect of clearing waters polluted by oil and dispersant in less than 24 hours, bringing the native life back.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems NewsCopyright © 2010


Concerned about the BP oil gusher disaster, John Hutchison and his research partner, Nancy Lazaryan have come up with a combination of audio and radio frequencies that now have been shown scientifically to reduce the oil and grease in polluted waters in the Gulf of Mexico from 7 ppm to less than 1 ppm, restoring the water's vitality as manifest by the return of fish, dolphins and even barnacles to a region of Perdido Bay in Lillian, Alabama, USA, where they conducted their first test in situ.

John is world famous for his work in eccentric, maverick research creating anti-gravity effects, transmutation of elements, and energy from rock-like compounds. Now, with Nancy's help, he has applied his knowledge of frequencies to produce what could be a solution to the pollution from oil and dispersants in the Gulf and elsewhere in the world.

"The local residents may now finally have hope for getting their Gulf back and restoring it to the healthy body it once was, if not better, before the Oil Disaster," said Cara Fay, who is a friend of John and Nancy, and has been following their work on this project, which began in July, when a sample of polluted water was sent to John's lab in Vancouver, BC. Based on success in finding the right frequencies, John and Nancy recently headed to the Gulf to try a test on location, with scientific documentation by a chemistry lab to corroborate their observations. More ...