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Chemo is one of the biggest quackerys of medicine at all times, have you even looked at the survival rates?? Most people undergoing chemo wont even die of cancer its the chemo that kills them!
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Again!  It's not polio like- it's POLIO -- most likely gotten from polio vaccines or other vaccines.

More than 17 countries have reported the odd AFM case, however, only the US has biannual surges and now experts are warning ahead for 2020. 

Parents of children with AFM met with the Deputy Director of the CDC, Dr. Anne Schuchat, along with other officials in Washington on Nov. 13, 2018, to discuss ways to improve reporting of AFM across the country
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Could a stem cell jab help banish back pain for good? 

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A trial is under way at an Ohio hospital, where 24 people will receive doses of stem cells to see if spine discs that have been damaged by regeneration can re-grow

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It's OK to admit now what people in the know knew all along, now that T-Cell therapy proves to work.  Chemo has always been a death sentence-why 85% of doctors refuse Chemo- did you know that?

Chemotherapy may cause breast cancer to SPREAD: Two commonly used drugs encourage the disease to develop in the lungs  

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The commonly prescribed chemo drugs paclitaxel and doxorubicin cause breast tumours to release proteins that then circulate in the blood until they reach the lungs, Swiss researchers found.

T cell Therapy works:

The end of skin cancer? Breakthrough as Australian scientists discover a cell that can 'put melanoma tumours to sleep'

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Research carried out by Australian scientists has uncovered that special immune cells have the power to put melanoma tumors 'to sleep', stopping them from spreading.

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Hard pill to swallow: Scientists think they might be able to fight obesity using a tablet containing human POO 

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Revolutionary new research out of New Zealand has seen the trial of a 'magic pill' containing human faeces which is the newest alternative to diet and exercise when it comes to losing weight.

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People who eat organic 25% less likely to get cancer...
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Pregnant women who take Tylenol could lower their child's IQ and raise their risk of autism, research finds

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Researchers from the US, including Harvard, looked at 150,000 mothers and babies. Acetamenophen use is also linked to a higher risk of ADHD and delayed speech. Experts warn against long-term use.

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'Nothing short of a miracle': Brazilian teenager, 14, infected with rabies after he was bitten by vampire bats becomes the fifth person in the world to be CURED of the deadly disease

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Mateus dos Santos da Silva, from Rio Unini, contacted the virus last November. He had a pioneering treatment that saw him placed in an induced coma to protect his brain,

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Impotent men could find new hope... in an oxygen chamber

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Researchers at Tel Aviv university in Israel recorded the sexual function of participants via both questionnaires and MRI scans of seven of the men's genitals.

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DUDE! MARIJUANA COULD BE THE BASIS FOR A TYPE 2 DRUG

UK-based GW Pharmaceuticals has entered into a strategic alliance with Professor Mike Cawthorne and the Clore Laboratory, University of Buckingham, to research the use of cannabinoids-chemical compounds derived from marijuana-in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.

Cawthorne has a global reputation for his research into treatments for type 2 and obesity. As Group Director for diabetes and obesity research at SmithKline Beecham, he led the research team that developed the drug Avandia (rosiglitazone), a commercially successful insulin sensitizer.

GW’s research on the use of cannabinoids in the treatment of type 2 has shown beneficial effects on levels of plasma insulin and on leptin and adiponectin, hormones that factor heavily in both the onset and the treatment of the disease. The research has also shown a reduction in overall levels of cholesterol, while increasing levels of “good” HDL cholesterol.

https://www.diabeteshealth.com/dude-marijuana-could-be-the-basis-for-a-type-2-drug/

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Causes of Chronic Low Back Pain.....

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Single injection of stem cells could banish back pain for up to three years



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Rule that patients must finish antibiotics course is wrong, study says

Experts suggest patients should stop taking the drugs when they feel better rather than completing their prescription

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 The experts say there has been too little research into the optimal time for which antibiotics should be taken. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA

Telling patients to stop taking antibiotics when they feel better may be preferable to instructing them to finish the course, according to a group of experts who argue that the rule long embedded in the minds of doctors and the public is wrong and should be overturned.

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Just how might Viagra and drugs like it keep diabetes at bay? One expert offered some ideas. Erectile dysfunction is a common problem in diabetes. Diabetic nerve damage and blood vessel disease are usually the culprits, although blood-pressure-lowering medication, stress, and depression can also play a role

Drugs in this class, "such as CialisLevitra and Viagra, have long been known to have beneficial effects not only on erectile function, but also on the function of the endothelium, the inner lining of blood vessels," explained Dr. Ronald Tamler, medical director at the Mount Sinai Clinical Diabetes Institute in New York City. And he added that "subtle effects on glucose [blood sugarmetabolism and insulin resistance have been previously described in animal models and very small-scale human studies."



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Could Viagra Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in Some?

Small trial suggests the drug might help, but much more study is needed

WebMD News from HealthDay
 

 

By Robert Preidt

HealthDay Reporter

 

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 18, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The impotence drugViagra may help ward off type 2 diabetes in people already at risk for the illness, a small new trial suggests.

The study, funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, found that Viagra (sildenafil) improved "insulin sensitivity" in overweight, pre-diabetic people. Insulin sensitivity involves the body's ability to efficiently use the hormone.

http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/20151118/could-viagra-help-prevent-type-2-diabetes-in-those-at-risk

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Lactic acid that makes running agony eases back pain: Injection into discs in the spine may stop nerves getting trapped 

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The theory is that lactic acid plumps up the damaged disc to make it stiffer, which means nerves are less likely to get trapped and cause pain.

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Cancer breakthroughs: Revolutionary new drugs are TWICE as effective for patients with breast, lung and prostate tumors

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The drugs, discussed at the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference, are beneficial in some cases for more than a year, much longer than the few months many new drugs provide.


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Drinking tequila could be good for your bones and help fight osteoporosis: Spirit may help boost calcium levels in the body, study finds

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Researchers from the Centre for Research and Advanced Studies in Mexico found that substances from the tequila plant may help boost levels of calcium and magnesium.

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Readers of The Plain Truth's "Your Health Today" already know this but for the rest:

Saturated Fat Doesn't Cause Coronary Heart Disease: Study

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By Rick Ansorge   |   Wednesday, 26 Apr 2017 03:38 PM 

An increasing body of evidence strongly suggests that dietary saturated fat has wrongfully taken the blame for coronary heart disease.

The real culprit is chronic inflammation, which can be effectively reduced with healthy lifestyle changes, according to an expert panel of cardiologists who co-authored a new report published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

“Coronary artery disease pathogenesis and treatment urgently requires a paradigm shift. Despite popular belief among doctors and the public, the conceptual model of dietary saturated fat clogging a pipe is just plain wrong,” write a team of authors led by Dr. Aseem Malhotra, of Lister Hospital in Stevenage, U.K.

http://www.newsmax.com/Health/Headline/saturate-fat-heart-disease/2017/04/26/id/786570/
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Taking ibuprofen could raise heart risk by a fifth: Long term use of the painkiller causes chemical reaction that puts strain on the organ 

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How gut bacteria affects HIV: Patients with healthy intestines 'respond MUCH better to treatment', study suggests


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Why you should ALWAYS drink red wine when you smoke, according to medical report

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Scientists discover boost for men who get no help from Viagra... in new daily incontinence pill

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US doctors say Mirabegron could provide an alternative for up to one in three men who suffer from erectile dysfunction and fail to respond to Viagra-type medications.

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Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) are 70 per cent more likely to die early, a new study has found. 

 

US scientists believe that the disorder may be linked to poor cardiovascular health, and suggested that men with ED should be screened for health issues that could cut their lives short. 

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The simple blood test that reveals ANY virus you've ever had - and could help doctors diagnose patients with 'mystery illnesses' 

Massages can help with everything from varicose veins to migraines, but with so many varieties on offer, do you know which type could work for you?

Could food supplement keep us young? Over-the-counter chemical might reverse ageing process, scientists say

Hormone that could fight infertility - AND diabetes: Kisspeptin could also be used to make IVF even safer

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Should YOU be taking testosterone pills? Experts reveal how to avoid the 'male menopause'

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Research by the Berlin Centre for Epidemiology and Health research found that in most European countries one fifth of men over 50 could have a testosterone deficiency.

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