Apr 17th

Beating The Disease

By august
To summarize, my aunt has diabetes, which affected her kidneys. I don't know everything exactly because I always avoid such sad topics, but I know enough to say that she is ill and that controlling her diet and lifestyle affects whether she lives longer or aggravates her condition. At some point, she realized that she wanted to live longer.

She changed her lifestyle, three-hundred and sixty degrees. She applied a strict diet based on what she needs to boost her health, avoiding what makes her ill. Her goal was to get her kidneys back. Impossible at it was, she did some physical exercises on a daily basis and did some tests often. She would go to the doctor every month or when needed and each time, her condition was improving - a real surprise to her doctor.

At some point, her visits to the doctor decreased, but she continued her routine. It has been eight years since. She found out recently that her kidney's function increased by 3%, putting her at the “safe zone” - safe but still in a condition that needed strict compliance to her changed lifestyle. What happened to my aunt was a revelation apart from being an inspiring story to tell. My custom essay here is an example. It's definitely not a miracle as the disease is still there, but she's fighting it. I believe each person can get something out of her ordeal and the way she is fighting it is simple.
Apr 2nd


By Jack Phillips
PRIMAL PANACEA by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD, is a book which every American should read. It fully supports the theme of my book, SUPPRESSED MEDICAL SCIENCE, that suppressed medical science can lower the cost and increase the quality of medical care. As Levy says, medical reference books in physician’s offices reveal that there is no effective treatment for most, if not all, viral infections, but inexpensive vitamin C has proven to be a successful treatment and, in many cases a cure for most viral infections and many bacterial infections as well. He also says that heart disease is caused by a deficiency of vitamin C in arteries and that the cost of treating it would plummet if this fact were recognized.

Recently the people of New Zealand, aroused by a “60 Minutes” TV program, reacted against their Medical Establishment’s resistance to the use of vitamin C in hospitals and have now established their legal right to obtain this therapy. This may well encourage Australians to do likewise and, ultimately awaken Americans to what they have been missing.

The TV program covered the cases of a male New Zealander and a female Australian, both dying from Swine Flu, who were treated with intravenous high dose vitamin C infusions at the insistence of family members, against the advice of attending physicians, while on breathing machines in hospital Intensive Care Units. Both regained the ability to breathe for themselves and were removed from intensive care. Both began to deteriorate when their physicians terminated the vitamin C infusions.

The New Zealander’s family insisted on resumption of intravenous vitamin C and it was resumed, but at two grams per day instead of 100.  After transfer to a hospital closer to his home, the family had to hire an attorney to obtain infusions which again were limited to two grams per day. However his family gave him additional liposomal vitamin C and he fully recovered.

The Australian girl was not so fortunate. After removal from Intensive Care, her physician convinced her mother that additional vitamin C was dangerous and the girl died a few days later.

Even the Journal of the American Medical Association admits that drugs are a leading cause of death. About 100,000 Americans die every year from properly prescribed and properly taken drugs and another 80,000 from those improperly prescribed and/or taken. There have never been any deaths caused by vitamin C, which our own bodies would make inside us if we had not lost the capability eons ago.

Dr. Frederick Klenner, BS, MS, MD, documented his extensive use of vitamin C in about 28 scientific papers. For example he reported curing 60 polio patients with intravenous vitamin C during the Polio Epidemic, even though mainstream medicine still claims that it is an incurable disease.

Americans should also be benefitting from Dr. Klenner’s pioneering work by obtaining inexpensive vitamin C cures for many of the diseases which the Medical Establishment says are incurable. But the FDA has ordered the company that made the product that saved the New Zealander to stop producing it and, not being part of the standards of care, this technology is illegal to use in many states.

Jack Phillips, 31 March 2012