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Excerpts from “Options, the Alternative Cancer Therapy Book”

October 17th, 2010 No comments

One of these classic books you must know about, Option the Alternative Cancer Therapy Book is a very good reference book on the origins and history of various “alternative” cancer treatments.

One comment on Amazon said:

If you are considering a certain treatment, you would be wise to look into this book’s writeup on it. You will find accurate information on how it evolved and how, in many cases, it has been suppressed by the orthodox cancer “establishment.” You will even find some resources to contact about it.

Another comment said:

I have to say that this book impacted me more than any other book on alternative cancer treatments — and I’ve read scores of them. Richard Walters has done an excellent job of researching and presenting the histories and theories of most of the approaches you will ever hear about in your search for answers. And the way he presents the material is exciting and easy-to-understand. I take my hat off to this author for the gift of information he has given the world in such a well-written fashion. He may not present a few of the more recently developed cancer approaches, such as Poly-MVA or Protocel, but his chapters on many other current therapies such as Burzynski’s antineoplastons, Hydrazine Sulfate, DMSO, the Gerson Therapy, 714X, and Iscador (what Suzanne Somers used), among others, are truly award-winning.

For anyone wanting an in-depth understanding and overview of alternative cancer therapies up to recent years, this book is a must-read!

Publishers Weekly Review:

Walters’s book on alternative cancer treatments makes use of the elements found in science fiction and detective stories. Instead of soberly presenting a list of untraditional approaches to treatment, he dramatically unveils what he feels is a gigantic conspiracy to suppress the truth about noninvasive, nontoxic, unorthodox methods. He agrees with a remark he attributes to Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling: “Everyone should know that the ‘war on cancer’ is largely a fraud.” This makes for some fascinating reading, but the science informing many of these treatments is unclear. The Rife generator, a bioelectric device that reportedly conquered terminal cancer in the 1930s, was decisively–and unfairly, argues Walter–discredited by the powers-that-were of conventional medicine. Essiac, an herbal tea reputed to cause remission in many cases of terminal cancer, and the Hoxsey Therapy, another herbal remedy linked to Native American and folk medicine, have been ignored or attacked by researchers and physicians. The many tales of miraculous cures are intriguing and seem to warrant further study, yet Walters believes that the testing of drugs and treatments on animals is not only cruel but ineffective–a view shared by few scientists. So the therapies in this book use people as guinea pigs. The reader is warned that while Walters’s guide is “not intended as endorsement for any particular therapies, it does illustrate how specific therapies work and may give hope and strength to readers.” The safest advice Walters gives is this: “Approach all therapies–conventional and alternative–with healthy skepticism and suspicion.”
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Amazon Review:

A comprehensive survey of alternative cancer treatments, Options is especially useful for including not only information about herbal, nutritional and other holistic approaches, but also about maverick doctors and scientists, and experimental drug therapies. This is information that is hard to find in any form, and almost impossible to find in language that is accessible to the non-scientist. Although translated from medicalese, the book retains a slightly sterile tone, emphasizing the scientific validity of the various therapies. But if you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and want facts on alternative therapies, Options offers synopses of research, anecdotal accounts of treatment and analysis of how some medical treatments become standard, while others become quackery. — From The WomanSource Catalog & Review: Tools for Connecting the Community for Women; review by PCP

I am writing about this book today so I can include a few excerpts from the book on oral health and cancer.

Here they are:

A few excerpts from the book:

A pioneer in alternative cancer treatment, Josef Issels, M.D. of Germany achieved remarkable remissions, even in advanced cancer patients through a combination of therapies. The methods he employed included removing sties of “focal infection,” such as infected teeth and tonsils. He believed they release toxins into the system that lower resistance and trigger disease. His experience showed a direct connection between dental and tonsillar foci and many of the illnesses responsible for early debilitation and untimely invalidizing. A survey conducted at his clinic found that on admission 90% of the adult cancer patients had between two and ten dead teeth. Very often he was confronted with x-ray negative dead teeth, root remnants and residual ostitis which had not been diagnosed and therefore, had not been removed.

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Never Get A Root Canal

October 17th, 2010 No comments


Below I summarize an article titled “Why You Should Never Get A Root Canal” posted on January 16, 2010

Three major issues that are wrong in the main stream dental professions are:

1- mercury-filled amalgams,
2- root canals
3- any sort of dental filling material imaginable

It’s a good idea to remove existing root canals and to definitely avoid getting any new ones. Once a tooth is removed the empty space where the tooth was will be filled up with bone in due time.

Dentists say that a root canal allows one to hold on to their tooth -> Comment: a dead tooth.

Dentists will also tell you that bacteria wont be an issue, this is incorrect. Studies on thousands of teeth have demonstrated the presence of bacteria in 80% to 90% of the canals after they have been “sterilized.” -> I know an oral surgeon that removes root canals, she said they always smell bad, look bad and are infected!

Root canals are very profitable to the dentists.

“Modern testing procedures have confirmed the work of Dr. Weston Price’s research using DNA analysis, making any claim by the ADA that Price’s research being “outdated,” is an attempt to keep the public blind over the real dangers of root canals.”

“Dr. Josef Issels of Germany found that in his 40 years of treating terminal, end-stage cancer patients, 97% of them had root canals. He would not initiate his successful treatments until all root canals had been removed.”

“According to Dr. Weston Price, the primary bacteria found in root canals includes streptococcus, staphylococcus, and spirochetes. He found 90% of the bacteria in the teeth that produced the patients’ acute diseases were streptococcus and 65.5% of the time they belonged to the fecalis family. ”

This bacteria, enters the blood stream and travels to organs or tissue. -> Comment: This bacteria is extremely toxic, many times over, anaerobic bacteria have been found and identified in and around root canals.

Billions of bacteria live in and around root canals, they create the most toxic organic substances known such as “thio-ethers” these are 1000 times more toxic than botulism toxin, which used to be considered the most toxic organic substance.

“Mercury is the second most toxic substance on the planet, next to plutonium. When mercury or other dental filling material exchanges with bacteria, the harm becomes magnified.”

“The Toxic Element Research Foundation, headed by Dr. Hal Huggins has uncovered extremely disturbing data concerning the implications of root canal bacteria and various autoimmune diseases.”  This information, like many new and enlightening scientific discoveries throughout history has been ignored by mainstream dentists.

Know that “most dentists are ill-equipped in the removal of both amalgams and root canals.” Upon the removal of root canals, it is suggested by Dr. Hal Huggins to have a treatment of intravenous ascorbic acid (vitamin C) to help kill of the microbes.

To remove amalgam fillings, a special dentist should be found that specializes in this. Incorrect removal, residual toxicity can result. -> Comment: Most dentists that are not equipped will refuse to remove the amalgam since it is considered “toxic” and if they remove it without proper measure they will risk being poisoned themselves.

Find a dentist trained by Dr. Huggins by visiting this website http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/alliancedentist.php

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Don’t Smell This!

October 13th, 2010 No comments

Did you know that some of the smells that people like are harmful to them?

Here are some examples of smells that indicate the presence of carcinogens or irritants:

* A typical magazine (Times, Newsweek, or Cosmopolitan,..), or a brand new book. Open it and smell (just for 1 second). That new book or magazine smell is nothing but the smell of anywhere from  3 to 10 different carcinogen compounds  (from color, paper, glue, printing, cover, etc)

* New car: That new car smell is caused by carcinogens, paints, polishes, water repellents, flame retardants, coating, plastics

* Gasoline: Some people love that gasoline smell, gasoline is another airborne carcinogen. Some gas stations will have signs informing you of that. So do not inhale the gas fumes when you are filling up.  I stand upwind from the nozzle.

* Basement / Garage / Storage: If you have basement under your house, or a storage room, do not store old paints, solvents, chemicals.

* Flowers: Many flowers have chemicals on them!

* Hair spray: Don’t inhale that!

* Soaps, perfumes, detergents and softeners. These smells are not normal, they are chemicals. I sneeze when I smell these.

Many people breath carcinogens from the paints they paint their house with, from the paints that furniture is painted, and from other products they bring into the house. It’s a good idea to air your house or apartment periodically to get some clean air in and bad air out.

Don’t take my word for it, research everything I said here and be an informed consumer. The businesses selling you these wonderful products wont tell you how they effect your (and your childrens’ and pets’) health. Consumer, beware.