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Drugs, Masks and COVID – AGAIN! ~ September 1, 2023

To sell their drugs, pharmaceutical companies hire former cheerleaders and ex- models to wine and dine doctors, exaggerate the drug’s …

Medicare to start negotiating prices for 10 drugs
Medicare, the health insurance program for people over 65 years old, said it will start negotiating prices on 10 drugs, part of its mandate under the Inflation Reduction Act to lower prescription prices for older Americans.

The first drugs under price negotiations include diabetes medication Jardiance, insulin such as the NovoLog FlexPen and the heart medication Entresto, according to a statement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The negotiations mark the first time Medicare has been able to haggle over drug prices for its 65 million enrollees. They come at a time when 1 in 5 seniors say they are skipping doses because of the cost of their medications. While the negotiations are expected to lower drug costs for Medicare enrollees, the effort faces litigation from drugmakers and heavy criticism from Republican lawmakers.

AARP, the advocacy group for older Americans, called the negotiations “monumental” … (Continue to full article)

The Crock begins once more…

New Research Sheds Light on Side Effects of COVID-19 Vaccination
Shortly following their COVID-19 vaccinations, individuals in Denmark reported mild side effects like general discomfort, elevated body temperature, and tiredness. Severe adverse reactions like facial paralysis and allergic responses are rare. Additionally, 30% of menstruating women reported alterations in their menstrual cycles.

Aarhus University has recently published two studies examining the side effects of COVID-19 vaccines.

Both studies are based on the Danish BiCoVac cohort, which makes it possible to carry out studies based on a large group of the Danish population. One of the studies examined the acute side effects of Covid-19 vaccination.

The most frequently reported side effects after the first small prick on the shoulder are redness and pain at the injection site, which 20% of people experience. After the second and third jabs, fatigue is the most reported side effect – reported by 22% and 14% of people, respectively.

The study has been published in the journal Vaccine. The study found that common side effects such as malaise, fever, and fatigue are among the most frequently reported in Denmark after Covid-19 vaccination. More serious side effects such as facial paralysis and allergic reactions are not as common… (Continue to full article)

New Covid variant may be causing a strange new symptom at night
BA.5, sometimes known as the “sibling” of the Omicron variant has become a dominant form of the virus in recent weeks.

In the US, BA.5 currently accounts for around 65 percent of Covid cases, according to the CDC, and it is also dominating infections in the UK.

And it is not just the same as all the other Covid variants, in terms of its symptoms.

According to the ZOE Covid Study app, the most reported Covid symptoms among vaccinated people (two doses) include: runny nose, headache, sneezing, sore throat, and persistent cough.

If you are not already, get jabbed? HAHAHAHAHA!!! (Continue to full article)

Mask Mandate Update as CDC Responds to Speculation
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has responded to speculation that it may be considering the return of mask mandates amid a rise in coronavirus infections linked to the emergence of new variants of the virus.

A spokesperson for the agency told Newsweek it currently has no intention to call for a return of mask mandates, but didn’t deny that this might change if cases of the new variants were to rise significantly.

“[The] CDC does not issue mandates, we make recommendations, and they are based on the current circumstances,” they said. “We will continue monitoring and will adjust our recommendations the U.S. believe this dietary approach reduces the risk of diseases, including cancer… (Continue to full article)

YouTube Amps Up “Medical Misinformation” Policy

Now You Can’t Talk About Alternative Cancer Treatments or PREVENTION of ANY Disease

YouTube: Robot-Eye, Evil-Spy

The Google-owned YouTube video platform is changing the rules again to now prohibit the sharing of information about alternative cancer remedies, which the tech giant says constitute “medical misinformation.”

In a “long term vision” notice on its official blog, YouTube’s Dr. Garth Graham, the Director and Global Head of Healthcare and Public Health Partnership, along with Matt Halprin, the Vice President and Global Head of Trust and Safety, explain how “removing cancer misinformation” is now a top priority alongside removing all contrary information about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). Continue reading

Tap water across American southwest found to be HEAVILY CONTAMINATED with cancer-causing arsenic

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has found that tap water in at least 31 states is contaminated with arsenic at levels above the legal limit.

While much attention as of late is focused on PFAS “forever chemicals” in the water supply, it cannot be overlooked that arsenic, a metal naturally found in the earth’s crust, is also problematic.

Particularly in the American Southwest, arsenic-contaminated water is a serious issue that is only being made worse by pesticide use on crops and industrial processes like cement manufacturing, both of which leave behind toxic residues in groundwater used for drinking. Continue reading

Government Medicine Is Creating More Physician Burnout

According to the American Medical Association, “Physician burnout is a long-term stress reaction which can include the following:”

* Emotional exhaustion

* Depersonalization

* Feeling of decreased personal achievement

Physician burnout is an epidemic in the U.S. health care system, with nearly 63% of physicians reporting signs of burnout such as emotional exhaustion and depersonalization at least once a week.” Continue reading

Eight in 10 hospitals and pharmacists rationing drugs or delaying care because of crippling medicine shortages – including for cancer

Up to eight in 10 hospitals and pharmacists are rationing drugs or delaying appointments as they battle a crippling medicine shortage, a report suggests.

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists surveyed more than 1,000 pharmacists and 99 percent said they were struggling to stock enough of the drugs they needed

A national survey published Thursday showed there were 309 ongoing drug shortages, the highest number in nearly 10 years. And just a few less than the all-time high of 320.

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, a group that tracks US drug availability, surveyed more than 1,000 pharmacists and 99 percent said they were struggling to stock enough of the drugs they needed.

The group attributes the issue to limited investment in manufacturing capacity, subpar manufacturing quality and a breakdown in the supply chain, as well as extreme price competition among generic drug makers. Continue reading

What Does It Mean to Have Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer?

When cancer that first formed in the pancreas spreads to other parts of the body, doctors classify it as stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

The pancreas is an organ that supports the digestive system and helps the body regulate blood sugar. Pancreatic cancer accounts for around 3% of cancers in the United States.

Pancreatic cancer is difficult to detect early because the pancreas is located deep within the body. People usually have no symptoms until a tumor has become very large or the cancer has spread to other organs.

According to research from 2015, about 53% of people with pancreatic cancer receive a diagnosis when the cancer is in  . Continue reading

What to Know About Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer develops when uncontrolled cell growth begins in a part of the pancreas. Symptoms include jaundice and pain located in the abdomen or back, but these might not appear until the later stages.

The pancreas is located behind the stomach in the back of the abdomen, near the gallbladder. It contains glands that create hormones, including insulin, and enzymes.

According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), around 3% of all cancers in the United States are pancreatic cancers. In 2021, the ACS expects around 60,430 people to receive a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

In this article, learn more about the signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer, as well as the causes, treatment options, and outlook. Continue reading

Reintroduction ~ “Heal! Heal!!

bennett_0608After twenty years of building and supporting a web-site, which was authorized and sanctioned by Dr. William Donald Kelley, the time came for me to expand my commitment to the work of this great healer. In 2013 I took over the project of becoming the editor and publisher of Dr. Kelley’s Self Test for the Different Metabolic Types. With the July 2013 release we expanded the original writings of Kelley by including a 30 page pamphlet, ‘Metabolic Typing‘ which had previously only been published as a separate mail-out.

One thing leads to another, and the re-editing of Dr. Kelley’s treatise on dealing with Cancer also had been placed into my hands. When I first met Kelley, the book was entitled, ‘One Answer to Cancer (with Cancer Cure)’ – a title which had been generally in use by Kelley since it’s earliest 30 page printing in 1967.

Dr. William D. Kelley

In 2001 the book went through some updating and was repackaged and retitled, ‘CANCER: Curing the Incurable without Surgery, Chemotherapy or Radiation‘ and was later somewhat modified in a 2005 printing. For a number of reasons, the book had not been (legally) available for several years (other than at inflated prices through Amazon), due to publishing issues – partly due to FDA intervention, several legal considerations and the prohibitive cost of printing and storage. All of this has now been cleared and… Continue reading

August 18, 2023: Beaucoup Dien Cai Dau… The insanity will not end

The New COVID-19 Vaccines for Fall 2023: What You Need to Know

Anti-vaccine graffiti is seen on the wall of a shop amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Belfast, Northern Ireland January 1, 2021. REUTERS/Phil Noble

The global battle against the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and as we approach the fall of 2023, there are new developments in the vaccine front. With the emergence of new strains and the need for updated vaccines, it’s crucial to stay informed. Here’s a comprehensive look at the new COVID-19 vaccines coming out in the fall of 2023.

More insanity comes our way… (Continue to full article)

Candida Overgrowth – This Sneaky Fungus Can Take Over Your Body

Your body is a host to many types of bacteria, yeasts, and fungi. Some good, some not so good. One of the most common types of fungi in the body is candida albicans.

Perhaps you’ve heard of candida before, maybe in passing conversation or reading a health magazine, and dismissed it as another health buzzword. However, it may be time to pay attention because this opportunistic fungus could be quietly taking over your body! Candida, specifically candida albicans, is a yeast fungus that naturally resides in your body, usually without causing any harm.

Don’t let its benign presence fool you, though. When left unchecked – or when the conditions are right, this crafty organism can quickly overgrow, leading to a condition known as candidiasis, or candida overgrowth. This can wreak havoc on your health, causing symptoms ranging from digestive issues to depression. It’s not fun, and can be serious at times – especially those with a compromised or weakened immune system. Continue reading

Loudon: Farewell…

For almost five years now I have been writing a weekly and then a Biweekly Preventing Cancer and Nutrition BULLETIN. Recently I had to admit my wife into the Rest home and find it almost too hard to continue writing my BULLETIN. I have enjoyed the wonderful three hundred and fifty friends and family throughout the world that I have had the privilege of knowing and receiving emails over these years. Thank you for your overwhelming response.

Since my wife is in the rest home, I have only one more book to finish. I do not have the time to do all of the wonderful things that I have done in the past and want to thank you for being a very active, wonderful, and participating part of my life.

The Suicide of the United States of America

In THIS last BULLETIN, I am sorry that I am leaving you a nation in turmoil. We have slowly sunk into the mud of a failing government, failing economy, and very weak military establishment, while corruption is weaving its way in and out of our government. China is just outside the gate, waiting for the gate to be open, so their mighty military can come marching in. Continue reading

The Seven Factors That Raise Your Risk of Colorectal Cancer if You’re Under 50

…and THESE are the hotspots for the disease

Scientists have revealed the seven factors that put young men at a higher risk of colon cancer – as experts scramble to find what’s causing a surge in the disease.

Once seen as a disease of the elderly, there has been a mysterious doubling in colon cancer cases among young adults in recent years.

Researchers from Indiana University analyzed medical records of 3,000 men aged 35 to 49 years old — a fifth of whom were diagnosed with colon cancer.

The study, published recently in the journal Cancer Prevention Research, looked at the electronic health records of men from veteran medical centers and databases. Continue reading

Cancers and other diseases are “rapidly developing” among people vaccinated against COVID-19

There are many recorded cases of vaccine injuries and vaccine deaths during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. An oncologist in the U.K. has written an open letter to the editor-in-chief of the medical journal The BMJ to warn about the harmful effects of coronavirus vaccines that must be “aired and debated immediately,” especially since cancers and other diseases are quickly progressing among vaccinated people. Continue reading

These 5 Foods May Extend Your Life and Reduce Risk of Chronic Disease

Researchers have identified five key plant-based foods that can help lower your risk of chronic disease and increase your lifespan. Westend61/Getty Images

Healthy you, healthy planet? Research suggests the two may be closely linked.

In a new study, presented in July at NUTRITION 2023, the flagship annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition in Boston, researchers used a tool they created called the Planetary Health Diet Index (PHDI) to review foods and their impacts on human and environmental health.

The results show that individuals consuming a more environmentally sustainable diet were 25% less likely to die within a 30-year follow-up period than those following a less sustainable diet. Continue reading

Turmeric Has Many Purported Health Benefits. Does Science Back Any of Them Up?

At the end of 2019, it was reported that turmeric, a spice that was once only known to Southeast Asia, had racked up $328 million in annual U.S. sales as a dietary supplement. It’s only increased in popularity in the years since as many supplement companies have heavily marketing its health benefits. Some of those benefits are exaggerated or unproven, but others are backed by science.

“Turmeric’s main active component, curcumin, makes it a potential treatment for numerous health conditions,” says Denise Millstine, MD, women’s health and integrative medicine specialist at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Continue reading