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To conclude my theory and concept of powering up the brain and using this additional power to cure the cancer, I would like to remind everyone that I am not a PhD researcher or MD, so you cannot sue me for my idea, it is just a concept yet to be explored. I believe this concept is worthy of funding and if I were in the medical field I would pursue it.
One cancer survivor told me that they cured themselves by thought moving the cancer off the nerve ends to the surface of the skin and kil ...more
As I continue my theory on curing cancer I wish to further CYA my position. I am not a medical doctor, thank god actually, because the malpractice insurance would drive me nuts. Also since I am not in the medical field at all you cannot sue me for this idea, concept of mine. Now then continuing Part III.
Chemo that is directly induced where needed might work, but we have better technology now and could use specific fluid dynamic beams of energy or radiation pointed at the exact source a ...more
Before we further this article, remember I am not a physician or bio-researcher. I believe what I propose will work from my observations and experience, but do not wish to be sued because I do not have a PhD in this field of endeavor. Continuing now with Part II.
Conscientiously going into a theta state of mind, like during the half asleep, half awake dreaming state, with the body on auto pilot and proper oxygen to brain and stimulus to build up the electrical energy to let's say 100 wa ...more
In my travels around the United States I have met many cancer survivors. After interviewing these folks it has come to me that some people have more powerful minds and are able to do much better than those who do not survive. Yes of course much of it is luck and genetics. Some of the types of cancer are environmental and it is tough to even figure out why; which is the first question people often ask themselves when they learn of cancer; why me?
After meeting many cancer survivors I had ...more
It is very important to work with specialized mesothelioma attorneys. They specialize in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits based on exposure of asbestos and other related asbestos lawsuit cases.
As defined by the National Cancer Institute, malignant mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer.
Each year about 3000 people will suffer and die from asbestos exposure. It is important to diagnose and treat this disease promptly and correctly. Generally ...more
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer women face second only to lung cancer, however it is the most feared cancer or disease for most women. It occurs in about 12% of women who will live to the age of 90. Several well established factors increase the risk of breast cancer and they include family history, nulliparity (not having had children), early menarche (starting menstrual cycles early), advanced age and a personal history of breast cancer. Other risks include exposure to envi ...more
Cancer is an excessive growth of unwanted cells in our body. These excess growth of cells consume a lot of glucose found in the blood and starve the organs that need glucose. Cancer cells release toxic substances that interrupt the normal functioning of the other healthy organs. Hence cancer has to be treated immediately.
Although there are many treatments available to treat cancer, many people prefer alternative medicines for treating cancer as it has many advantages when compared to t ...more
In terms of deaths caused by various forms of cancer, lung cancer ranks second only to breast cancer. The National Cancer Institute recently reported that an estimated 172,570 new cases of lung cancer will be reported this year and that 163,510 American will die from this disease.
Lung cancer is caused predominantly by smoking. One expert says that in the case of Small Cell Lung Carcinoma (cancer), it is almost always caused by smoking.
Lung cancer is called lung cancer because it ...more
More than 20 years ago, when I was 47-year-old doctoral student in psychology, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Of course, I was devastated. At the time, I had been running for 15 years, and I was the most physically fit person I knew. It was incomprehensible to me that I had cancer.
After surgery, further testing determined that the cancer had already spread. Nevertheless, instead of the recommended radiation and chemotherapy, I put my faith in Dr. John McDougall, a physician who wa ...more
Mesothelioma is an extremely nasty and permanent cancer that infects the membrane surrounding most internal organs. It is also a very subtle form of cancer providing only a few noticeable symptoms until it becomes extremely advanced. The most common type of mesothelioma is called pleural mesothelioma. It causes shortness of breath and/or chronic coughing that can easily be mixed up with allergies or a common cold. In many cases mesothelioma is discovered by accident when patients are look ...more