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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brazilian wasp venom kills cancer cells by opening them up

Date: September 1, 2015
Source: Cell Press

The social wasp Polybia paulista protects itself against predators by producing venom known to contain a powerful cancer-fighting ingredient. A new study reveals exactly how the venom's toxin -- called MP1 (Polybia-MP1) -- selectively kills cancer cells without harming normal cells. MP1 interacts with lipids that are abnormally distributed on the surface of cancer cells, creating gaping holes that allow molecules crucial for cell function to leak out.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2016 8:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This site from Ty Bollinger is well worth a look at. http://thetruthaboutcancer.com/ I've bought the past couple of video series that he created and they are a wealth of info.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2016 11:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In my experience, mainstream cancer treatment is great as long as they just slice it out and lay off the chemo. Pray for no metastasis.
Father had stage IV kidney cancer some time ago, easy peasy.
Mother had breast cancer when I was younger. Chemo knocked her down, antibiotics and doctor mistakes nearly killed her.

So with the Dr.s, they DO know what they're doing if you get a good surgeon. It seems they're going easier on chemotherapy too, getting people off it sooner, letting them stop if they don't feel good. (Just my experience with people I know) Same reason they don't give AIDS patients straight AZT anymore. Kills em.

It must be so horrible being a cancer patient because on the one hand you have a failing medical system and on the other hand you have all of your friends sending you chain emails about shoving coffee up your ass. (Then use your shit as fertilizer for your marijuana plant. Eat that with a lemon and you're good) Hard to figure out who to believe.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 12:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I hear you Bri.

One of the first things I said to a friend back in 2002 when he was diagnosed with cancer of both lungs which had apparently spread into his shoulder was not to get caught up in the mind fuck.

This friend took a step back from the mayhem that followed his diagnoses from those around him. People were telling him what they heard was good for that form of cancer and others came to tell him of people they knew who had the same cancer and they "were now dead" (LOL sorry but that is sick).

Basic shit like supporting one's immune system while undergoing treatment was all the information the man needed, which. The result was, a year following diagnoses, he was given the all clear, much to the surprise of his doctors. He survived for a further 8 years healthily but he became lax about his nutrition and the "cancer returned".

This guy told me at the time of his initial diagnoses that he found himself in a situation every time he attended the clinic where patients were almost in competition with each other about who was on the strongest drugs, who was the sickest and who was going to die the soonest. That was the most difficult part of the ordeal for him, avoiding getting sucked into that hex.

There is a certain amount of Psychological hex involved. A good surgeon with some empathy, who does not have a god complex, who is prepared to engage and consult with the patient can have a positive impact. And avoidance of the do gooder who is just spewing stuff of which they know little is important.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wot she said.

Bump. Wink

Yep. His case was regarded by the docs as rather a futile treatment.
The cancer was simply too advanced, they knew from experience.

Imagine their surprise months later when he comes up totally clear. lol

The docs assumed he was following guidance from the cancer dietitian.
He wasn't. We had custom-designed his nutrition / treatment protocol.
Diet is the most totally screwed, clueless specialization in medicine.
(No accident. The errors ensure a steady flow of patients)

Much of the research we rely on to guide our approach is peer-reviewed
rock solid medicine. Just a case of knitting together the jigsaw pieces of
existing knowledge. Starsludge on this forum does this to perfection.
(google Starsludge cancer breakfornews) He the man - we just marvel.

And then we apply his insights. And Dr. John Symes', and Dr. Loren
Cordain's and some of Dr. Joe Mercola's and neem's immunomodulatory
effects and the cell permeability effects of pineapple, in conjunction with
-and enhancing- the targeted safe chemo of apricot kernel B12, along
with a food-based nutrient supply, married to grain and casein avoidance,
psychologically centered defense, and oxygenation with light exercise.

Inside the nutrition package are issues like management of glycemic load,
and soluble fiber, kale, sauerkraut as lower digestive function boosters.

Yep it's not just pill-poppin' and requires a disciplined yet relaxed approach.

Another thing we knew that his docs didn't even understand the relevance
of- was that the patient had been 'cured' of H. pilori (stomach ulcer cause)
a couple of years before the 'cancer' emerged.

Y'see these stomach ulcers can be 'cured' with an antibiotic these days. lol
Only problem is: the bug that attacks the stomach wall and causes ulcers -
is only a symptom of a disease - it's not the disease itself! Kill this h.pilori
and you remove the symptom - not the disease. Don't be surprised if the
person comes back soon with TypeII Diabetes or cancer or etc. -because
medicine treats symptoms - it doesn't identify causes.

Doctors are unable to use google.
Incapable of googling h. pilori and cancer.
And so it goes on. It's a fear-death cult.
It's a profit center. It's a lifestyle. It's a killer.

Diet is the cancer vector. Diet is big business.
Big business always wins. Game over. You die.

Doctors' God complex is bang on right, Kathy.
Big part of the problem. Patients are complicit:

The physician, patient death dance


Cancer is cureable.

Minds are like parachutes.
They only function when open.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 11:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Through my own research into cancer I'm tending to see it the way many well versed researchers do, that cancer is simply an indication that the immune system is compromised, be it through, heavy metals toxins, dehydration, lack of nutrients, stress and emotional issues. Have a healthy immune system, and cancer simply won't present itself.

In the Truth about cancer series I mentioned above, they have dozens of people sharing their successes and commonly it revolved around, building up their immune systems via detoxing and having plenty of nutritious food and clean water. Then supplementing with the B17, cannabis oil, etc.

It was also interesting to note that pretty well all the doctors interviewed in the series shared how their 4 years or so of study would include no more than a single day's session on nutrition. Any wonder that the first port of call for conventiallly trained doctors is cut, poison and radiate.

I tend to agree Fintan, cancer really is curable.

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