Category Archives for "Cancer"

Aug 02

How I Cured My Skin Cancer

Cancer

I’m tired of a lot of things. I’m tired of idiots tied together by their hatreds and prejudices. I’m tired of morons thinking they’re smarter than the experts. I’m really fucking tired of climate deniers who won’t even open their eyes to people dying from the very thing they’re denying. I’m especially tired of profits […]

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Jul 01

BACO, Cancer, and the MP Virus

Cancer

Many of you know, or should know, that Dr Sam Chachoua and I were pretty good friends. We spent many hours on the phone, most of the time me listening and him lecturing. After an assassination attempt, his health declined and for a while there I thought I was going to lose him, But then […]

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Jul 13

Radiation

Cancer

As long as we’ve covered Marie Curie and her discovery of radium and a cancer cure (that not only did not work but helped to send the patient to an even earlier grave than expected) we thought it was time to look at the medical use of radiation. According to Irwin Bross in his book […]

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Jul 13

Chemotherapy

Cancer

In 1971, President Richard Nixon declared War on Cancer. The chief weapon wielded in this new war was chemotherapy. It is now 2004 and it is time to end this senseless war. The war is lost.  It is a complete and utter failure with our weapon of choice killing little cancer with the hapless patient […]

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Jul 13

A Dull Weapon: Chemotherapy Almost Useless in Treating Advanced Organic Cancer— Provocative Theses at the Hamburg Cancer Congress

Cancer

Article from Der Spiegel, 33/1990, 174-176 (Translation provided by People Against Cancer, Otho, Iowa) For ten years Ulrich Abel, 38, has served the West German cancer doctors as a “number cruncher” (his own expression). This graduate mathematician and PhD in epidemiology has been helping clinicians carry out their cancer investigations. His knowledge of method was […]

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Dec 29

Mammography — Myths & Alternatives

Cancer

Please check for updates at the end of this article. I’m sure by now, most of you (if you’ve been on the internet long enough) have received the tongue-in-cheek essay on preparing for a Mammogram (something about slamming your breast in a drawer repeatedly). If you’ve been paying attention at this site (have perused our […]

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