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***************CANCER BOOKS***************



--- An Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer

--- Cancer Diagnosis - What to Do Next

by W. John Diamond, W. Lee Cowden, and Burton Goldberg


--- Antioxidants Against Cancer

--- Questioning Chemotherapy  

by Ralph W. Moss, PhD


--- A Dietician's Cancer Story

by Diana Dyer


--- CANCER - FREE Your Guide to Gentle, Non-Toxic Healing


by Bill Henderson

The Cancer Free Cookbook



by Ty Bollinger


--- Getting Well Again

by Dr. Simonton  



BY D J. Geisler


--- Options - The Alternative Cancer Therapy Book

by Richard Walters



by Tanya Harter Pierce


--- Resononant Frequency Therapy - Building the Rife Beam Ray Device

by James E. Bare


--- The Cancer Cover-Up: The Book


--- The Cure For All Cancers

by Hulda Regehr Clark, PhD, N.D.


--- The Healing of Cancer

by Barry Lynes



by Daniel Haley


--- Ultimate Cancer Breakthrough


--- World Without Cancer - The Story of Vitamin B17

by G. Edward Griffin


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by Group Owner on May. 7, 2010 at 8:13 AM



by Ty Bollinger

The following is taken from CANCER STEP OUTSIDE THE BOX

Every October begins the media blitz known as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Pink ribbons abound and the message you keep hearing is, "Get your Mammogram!"  High profile companies like Avon and Revlon have  joined ranks along with the Dallas-based Susan G. Komen Foundation's "Race for the Cure."  One of the many mottos of the Breast Cancer Awareness Month is "Early Detection is Your Best Protection."

So, I guess we're all ready to wave our pink ribbons, put on those jogging shoes, and hit the roads, right?  Wait a minute!.  Before we all get  swept away in a emotional whirlwind and, we need to look at a few facts about breast cancer.   First of all, who profits from breast?   I know it sounds cynical, but hey, this entire book is focused on cutting through the propaganda and getting to the truth.   And truth is oftentimes obscured by the emotions of the disease.   So, let me ask you a question.  Did you know that the primary sponsor of Breast Awareness Month is AstraZeneca?  This  Big Pharma player masterminded the initial event in 1985.

AstraZeneca is the company hat manufactures the controversial and widely prescribed breast cancer drug, Tamoxifen.  In his book, Indicted: Cancer Research, Dr. Tibor J. Hegedus, PhD says: "Tamoxifen is given to women with breast cancer to block the entrance of estradiol into the tumor cells dependant upon this hormone to stimulate growth.  When the hormones are blocked from reaching their primary targets, they ar forced to travel to other organs."  This, in turn, stimulates proliferation of cells in the lining of the womb, and in certain cases causes endometrial cancer!

Remember the section on what causes cancer?  Remember Dr. Stephen Ayre's quote on insulin Growth Factor (IGF)?  According to L.R. Wiseman, a pathologist at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, "Tamoxifen stimulates cell proliferation by sensitizing cells to proliferative effects of IGF."  In her article entitled "Tamoxifen, Tears, and Terror," Betty Martini writes, "IGF is a hormone designed to make things grow up, calves and babies, it also stimulates and accelerates cancer in sensitized women, those taking Tamoxifen.  One of the reasons for the uproar in Monsanto marketing the bovine growth hormone which is injected into cows is the outrageous increase in IGF which will yield a firestorm of cancer from the milk.  A chemical company is selling us a gasoline named Tamoxifen to put out the fire."

In his book Milk: The Deadly Poison, Robert Cohen states "The single most disturbing aspect of r BGH from a human safety standpoint, concerns Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF), which is linked to breast cancer."  According to Dr. Samuel Epstein, M.D., "IGF is not destroyed by pasteurization, survives the digestive process, is absorbed into the blood and produces potent growth promoting effects."  Epstein says it is highly likely that IGF helps transform normal breast tissue to cancerous cells, and enables malignant human breast cancer cells to invade and spread to distant organs.

Do you get the picture?  Can you imagine any one using both the rBGH milk and Tamoxifen?  In a 1994 article, Betty Martini wrote "Tamoxifen has been tested and retested for more than 15 years.  The testers admitted fraud, many contraindications were just ignored, test results were limited n duration and after-effects not tallied, though women sickened and died from them.  The tests didn't prove the stuffworks, s they're doing them over again, with your money.  They'll keep testing until they can figure the way to rig the results in favor of healthy women buying the poison for a disease we don't have, but the drug will give it to us!"

In April 1996, the old Health Organization Declared Tamoxifen to be a carcinogen, but AstraZeneca continues to market this toxic drug.  On May 16, 2000, the New York Times reported that the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences listed substances that are know carcinogens.  Tamoxifen was included in that list!  Taking a carcinogen to stop the spread the cancer is like playing "Russian Roulette" with a fully loaded machine gun!  The journal Science published a study from Duke University Medical Center in 1999 showing that after two to five years, tamoxifen actually initiated the growth of breast cancer!

...Sadly, breast cancer has become the darling of corporate America.  Companies use the pink ribbon to sell their products and boost their image with consumers as they boost their bottom line.  Meanwhile, breast cancer rates continue to rise every year. There can be many contributing factors to breast cancer, and this chapter is by no means comprehensive, but I have focused on three main causes of breast cancer1) Mammograms, 2) Antiperspirants, and 3) Bras.  You might find this list quite startling but you will begin to understand as I outline the role each of these plays in breast cancer development.


by Group Owner on May. 9, 2010 at 1:11 PM






     There are powerful players that compete for your food and health dollars.  Individual companies, of course, do what they can to sell more of their products, but also there are industry groups that work to increase general demand for their products.  The National Dairy Council, National Dairy Promotion and Research Board, National Fluid Milk Processor Promotion Board, International Sprout Growers Association, American Meat Institute, Florida Citrus Processors Association, and United Egg Producers are examples of such industry groups.  These organizations, operating independently of any single company, wield significant influence---the most powerful among them have yearly budgets in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

     These food companies and associations use whatever method they can to enhance their products' appeal and grow their market.  One way to accomplish this is to claim nutritional benefits for the food products they sell.  At the same time, these companies and associations must protect their products from being considered unhealthy.  If a product is linked to cancer or some other disease, profits and revenue will evaporate.  So food business interests need to claim that their product is good for you, or, at least, that it's not bad for you.  In this process, the "science" of nutrition becomes the "business" of marketing.


While I was getting the China Study off the ground, I learned of a committee of seven prominent research scientists who had been retained by the animal-based foods industry (the National Dairy Council and the American Meat Institute) to keep tabs on any research projects in the U.S. likely to cause harm to their industry.

     One might argue that this industry-funded "spying" was not illegal, and that it is prudent for a business to keep tabs on potentially damaging information that might affect its future.  I agree completely, even if it was disconcerting to find myself on the list of those being spied on.  But industry does more than just keep tabs on "dangerous" research.  It actively markets its version, regardless of potentially disastrous health effects, and corrupts the integrity of the science to do so.  This is especially troubling when academic scientists do the spying and hide their intentions.


     If I may paraphrase the dairy industry's efforts:  their goals are to 1) market to young children and their mothers; 2) use schools as channel to young customers; 3) conduct and publicize research favorable to the industry.

     America is entrusting the important task of educating our children about nutrition and health to the dairy industry.  In addition to ubiquitous nutrition lesson plans and "educational" kits, the industry supplies high schools with videos, posters and teaching guides regarding nutrition; it runs special promotions in cafeterias to increase mild consumption in thousands of schools; it distributes information to principals at national conferences; it runs back -to-school promotions with over 20,000 schools; and it runs sports promotions targeted toward youth.

   Should we be worried?  In a word, yes.  If you are curious as to what kind of "education" is being taught by the dairy industry, take a look at their Web site.  When I visited the site in July 2003, one of the first bits of information to greet me was, "July is National Ice Cream Month."  Upon clicking for more information on National Ice Cream Month, I read, "If you're wondering if you can have your ice cream and good nutrition too, the answer is 'yes'!"  Great. So much for combating childhood obesity and diabetes!

     Based on the evidence presented in the previous chapters, you know that if this is what our children are learning about nutrition and health then we are in for a painful journey, courtesy of Dairy Management, Inc.  Obviously neither kids nor their parents are learning about how milk has been linked to Type 1 diabetes, prostate cancer, osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis or other autoimmune diseases, and how casein, the main protein in dairy foods, has been shown to experimentally promote cancer and increase blood cholesterol and atherosclerotic plaque.

     The industry has been doing this for decades, and it has been succesful.  I have encountered many people who, when they hear about the potential adverse effects of dairy foods, immediately say, "Milk can't be bad."  Usually these people don't have any evidence to support their position; they just have a feeling that milk is good.  They've always known it to be that way, and they like it that way.  You can trace some of their opinions back to their school days, when they learned that there are seven continents, two plus two equals for, and milk is healthy.  If you think about it this way, you will understand why the dairy industry has had such exceptional influence in this country by using education for its marketing purposes.    


It seems to me that we now have impressive evidence showing that cow's milk is likely to be an important cause of Type 1 diabetes.  When the results of all these studies are combined (both genetically susceptible and not susceptible), we find that children weaned too early and fed cow's milk have, on average, a 50-60% higher risk of Type 1 diabetes (1.5-1.6 times increased risk).

     The earlier information on diet and Type 1 diabetes was impressive enough to cause two significant developments.  The American Academy of Pediatrics in 1994 "strongly encouraged" that infants in families where diabetes is more common not be fed cow's milk supplements for their first two years of life.  Second, many researchers have developed prospective studies--the kind that follow individuals into the future--to see if a careful monitoring of diet and lifestyle could explain the onset of Type 1 diabetes.

     Two of the better known of these studies have been underway in Finland, one starting in the late 1980s and the other in the mid-1990s.  One has shown that cow's milk consumption increases the risk of Type 1 diabetes five- to sixfold, while the second tells us that cow's milk increases the development of at least another three to four antibodies in addition to those presented previously (p. 190).  In a separate study, antibodies to beta-casein, another cow's milk protein, were significantly elevated in bottle-fed infants compared to breast-fed infants; children with Type 1 diabetes also had higher levels of these antibodies In short, of the studies that have reported results, the findings strongly confirm the danger of cow's milk, especially for genetically susceptible children.

In the case of Type 1 diabetes, the immune system attacks the pancreas cells responsible for producing insulin.  This devastating, incurable disease strikes children, creating a painful and difficult experience for young families.  What most people don't know, though, is that there is strong evidence that this disease is linked to diet and, more specifically, to dairy products.  The ability of cow's milk protein to initiate Type 1 diabetes is well documented.  The possible initiation of this disease goes like this:

---- A baby is not nursed long enough and is fed cow's milk protein, perhaps in an infant formula.

--- The milk reaches the small intestine, where it is digested down to its amino acid parts.

--- For some infants, cow's milk is not fully digested, and small amino acid chains or fragments of the original protein remain in the intestine.

--- These incompletely digested protein fragments may be absorbed into the blood.

--- The immune system recognizes these fragments as foreign invaders and goes about destroying them.

--- Unfortunately, some of the fragments look exactly the same as the cells of the pancreas that are responsible for making insulin.

--- The immune system loses its ability to distinguish between the cow's milk protein fragments and the pancreatic cells, and destroys them both, thereby eliminating the child's ability to produce insulin.

--- The infant becomes a Type 1 diabetic, and remains so for the rest of his or her life.

This process boils down to a truly remarkable statement: cow's milk may cause one of the most devastating diseases that can befall a child.  For obvious reasons, this is one of the most contentious issues in nutrition today.

     One of the more remarkable reports on this cow's milk effect was published over a decade ago, in 1992, in the New England Journal of Medicine.  The researchers, from Finland, obtained blood from Type 1 diabetes children, aged four to twelve years.  Then they measured the levels of antibodies that had formed in the blood against an incompletely digested protein of cow's milk called bovine serum albumin (BSA).  They did the same process with non-diabetic children and compared the two groups (remember, an antibody is the mirror image, or "mold" of a foreign antigen).  Children who had antibodies to cow's milk protein must have previously consumed cow's milk.  It also means that undigested protein fragments of the cow's milk proteins had to have entered the infant's circulation in order to cause the formation of antibodies in the first place.

The research discovered somethinG truly remarkable.  Of the 142 diabetic children measured, every single one had antibody levels higher than 3.55.  Of the seventy-nine normal children measured, every single one had antibody levels less than 3.55.


Over the past decade, scientists have investigated far more than just the BSA antibodies, and a more complete picture is coming into view.  Very briefly, it goes something like this: infants or very young children of a certain genetic background, who are weaned from the breast too early onto cow's milk and who, perhaps, become infected with a virus that may corrupt the gut immune system, are likely to have a high risk for Type 1 diabetes.

 taken from THE CHINA STUDY


Here is a source.

Dangers Of Milk And
Dairy Products - The Facts

by Group Owner on May. 11, 2010 at 11:40 AM

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