Saturday, February 16, 2019 by: S.D. Wells Tags: brain tumor, cancer of politics, cancerous partisanship, evil, glioma, Harry Reid, John McCain, pancreatic cancer, political graveyard, politicians who die of cancer, Tyranny, war on cancer (Natural News) It doesn’t seem fair that so many U.S. politicians use their powerful positions to invest in war, pharmaceuticals, Big Food, and other killing machines, only to become millionaires or billionaires, with no repercussions for their actions. They should be arrested and jailed for insider trading, treason, premeditated murder, or something, but none of that ever seems to come to pass. Maybe nobody has to do anything to “level the playing field,” because if you believe in karma, it has its way of creeping in when least suspected and taking care of “business.” Maybe that’s why political tyrants like Harry Reid and John McCain got “hit back” with cancer, and not the kind that the system … [Read more...] about Political tyrants who were a CANCER on society head for the “political graveyard”
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0 Have your say THE Portsmouth family of a man battling an aggressive brain tumour are calling for people to support this year’s Stand Up To Cancer. Simon Mayne and his daughter Katie have helped launch the fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 after Simon was diagnosed with the disease in March.The father-of-four was told he may only have a year to live due to having stage 4 glioblastoma.Simon, 57, had gone to see his doctor after suffering a loss of peripheral vision and recurring headaches.Following his diagnosis, he underwent surgery and is having ongoing cycles of radiotherapy and chemotherapy.Now, the family of Simon, from Ryde, have thrown their weight behind the Stand Up To Cancer campaign – determined to raise awareness of the need for vital research into the disease.Katie, from Portsmouth, said: ‘I will always remember the day my parents came back from seeing dad’s … [Read more...] about Portsmouth woman calls for others to back Stand Up To Cancer following dad’s diagnosis
By Jackson Campbell Genetically Inherited Diseases (GIDs) constitute to a large number of the debilitating and deadly threats to human health we face in the world today. From Alzheimer’s to autism to arthritis to alcoholism, mutations in one’s DNA play a major role in the onset of many infamous illnesses we’ve come to know and fear. Treatment of GIDs has proven to be challenging for three reasons: First, newly developed treatment methods for GIDs tend to be very expensive and/or experimental. Second, current available treatment methods (e.g., topical creams for arthritis), only treat the symptoms and do not reverse the process of the disease. Third, because GIDs are caused by predisposed genetic mutations, there’s currently no way to prevent the onset of most GIDs in people with said predispositions. One such GID whose current treatment methods fall into all three of the aforementioned pitfalls is hearing loss (HL). In 2012, it was reported that approximately … [Read more...] about Curing genetic diseases from the inside-out: The prospect of CRISPR-Cas gene therapy to treat hearing loss
THE SCREENING age for bowel cancer could be lowered from 60 to 50 in England and Wales, a minister hinted today. It comes as a boost to The Sun's No Time 2 Lose campaign, which with leading charities and campaigners, is calling for fair screening to save lives. Health minister Steve Brine told MPs that experts will look at whether to slash the age from 60 to 50 - bringing it in line with Scotland - and added the Government are taking a "very close interest". Mr Brine insisted that tackling bowel cancer, which affects one in 20 Brits, was a "huge priority" but admitted that the NHS had to do much better to reduce premature deaths. He said in a Westminster Hall debate today: "I am pleased to say that as part of their deliberations, the UK National Screening Committee will consider the appropriate age at which FIT screen testing would start." And he confirmed that the new, more accurate test for detecting bowel cancer (known as FIT) would be introduced in England and Wales this autumn, to … [Read more...] about Bowel cancer screening COULD start at 50 not 60, minister hints – as he praises Sun columnist for breaking poo taboo
Doris Tyler lay on the examining table as the doctor stuck a long, thin tube into her belly. The doctor pulled back a plunger, and the syringe quickly filled with yellow blobs tinged with pink.“Look at that beautiful fat coming out. Liquid gold!” one of the clinic’s staff exclaimed in a video of the procedure provided to The Washington Post.Hidden in that fat were stem cells with the amazing power to heal, the Stem Cell Center of Georgia had told Tyler. The clinic is one of hundreds that have popped up across the country, many offering treatments for conditions from Parkinson’s disease to autism to multiple sclerosis.Federal regulators have not approved any of their treatments, and critics call such clinics modern-day snake-oil salesmen. But on that day in 2016, Tyler trusted the clinic to extract stem cells from her fat and inject them into her eyes, where she was told they could halt or even cure the macular degeneration threatening her sight.Five days after … [Read more...] about Miracle cures or modern quackery? Stem cell clinics multiply, with heartbreaking results for some patients.