Category Archives: Perspectives…

A wide range of lessons and commentary about many health related issues. Many are point-blank op-ed pieces based upon personal experiences by the writers (as patients or witnesses IE, spouses, children…) – or even by some doctor’s and other medical practitioners, who actually have a conscience – in addition to some spiritual issues addressing our well-being..

Steve Jobs: The Final Word!

Steve Jobs

I reached the pinnacle of success in the business world. In some others’ eyes, my life is the epitome of success. However, aside from work, I have little joy. In the end, my wealth is only a fact of life that I am accustomed to. At this moment, lying on my bed and recalling my life, I realize that all the recognition and wealth that I took so much pride in have paled and become meaningless in the face of my death.

You can employ someone to drive the car for you, make money for you but you cannot have someone bear your sickness for you. Material things lost can be found or replaced. But there is one thing that can never be found when it’s lost – Life. Whichever stage in life you are in right now, with time, you will face the day when the curtain comes down. Continue reading

Gonzalez: Dr. Kelley’s Story ~ How It ALL Began – Part 3

What we are about to share is our third offering of a transcript by Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D. speaking at the World Research Foundation. These records were recently discovered by the widow of Dr. Gonzalez and have been made available to the pubic. Today and one week from now, we will continue to post the subsequent segments of Dr. Gonzalez’s story. The following transcript in addition to additional commentary was BROADCAST on July 13, 2022 on To Health With You! HERE is the LINK to listen! Part 3: Dr. Kelley’s Story ~ How It ALL Began ~ Editor

Suzy and Dr. Kelley

Now Suzy’s a remarkable woman. Suzy didn’t have cancer, she had allergies. And when I say allergies, I mean the worse case of allergies in the history of medicine. She was so sensitive to iodine that she could not walk within ten miles of the ocean or she would suffer an anaphylactic reaction. She had to carry adrenalin around with her all the time repeatedly, at least twice a week, she’d have anaphylactic reactions. Some bright allergist had treated her with desensitization shots and used dirty needles and she had developed hepatitis, and not only did she have terrible allergies but she had chronic hepatitis, which you know in itself is a fatal disease in many cases. She was 24 years old and she was dying.

There were about four foods that she could eat, she was getting worse, and she figured by the time she was down to distilled water it was over. She knew Kelley was primarily a cancer doctor, but she figured if he was smart enough to kill cancer he could cure her allergies. Continue reading

Gonzalez: Dr. Kelley’s Story ~ How It ALL Began – Part 2

What we are about to share is our second offering of a transcript by Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D. speaking at the World Research Foundation. These records were recently discovered by the widow of Dr. Gonzalez and have been made available to the pubic. Over the next few weeks, we will continue to post the subsequent segments of Dr. Gonzalez’s story. The following transcript in addition to additional commentary was BROADCAST on July 6, 2022 on To Health With You! HERE is the LINK to listen! Dr. Kelley’s Story ~ How It ALL Began – Part 2 ~ Editor

Dr. Kelley, Dr. Max Gerson, Dr. John Beard, Madame Curie and Dr. Edward Howell

Dr. Kelley’s local library fortunately had a copy of Max Gerson‘s 1959 book called FIFTY CASES. Now Gerson was an interesting character in medical history, he was a very prominent German physician who during the forties and fifties developed his own personal approach to degenerative diseases involving primarily a diet of raw foods, nuts, seeds, grains, and lots of fresh vegetables juices: 8- 10 glasses a day. Now with this approach, Gerson had great success with a whole range of degenerative diseases, including cancer. During the thirties with the advent of Nazism, Gerson, being Jewish, left Germany and came to New York and set up his own clinic, for about a twenty year period continuing to have a fair amount of success using this particular diet. Continue reading

Gonzalez: Dr. Kelley’s Story ~ How It ALL Began

What we are about to share are the first two parts of a seven part transcript by Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D. speaking at the World Research Foundation. These records were recently discovered by the widow of Dr. Gonzalez and have been made available to the public. Over the next few weeks, we will continue to post the subsequent segments of Dr. Gonzalez’s story. The following transcript in addition to additional commentary was BROADCAST on June 29, 2022 on To Health With You! HERE is the LINK to listen! –  Dr. Kelley’s Story ~ How It ALL Began ~ Editor

Dr. Kelley Gets Cancer

Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D.

I’ve been asked to talk slowly. Now, its genetically, physiologically and morally impossible for me to do that but I’ll try. But probably fail. I’m going to talk about cancer today, particularly about William Donald Kelley. Now for Dr. Kelley, cancer began with eye problems. He was riding down the road in his antique Cadillac he called “Twinkles,” and he noticed he was having trouble seeing street signs. He was 35 years old and had perfect vision up to that point. He didn’t pay much attention to it.

But over the ensuing months, his vision got progressively worse. He went to his ophthalmologist, who said, “Look, you’re 35 years old, you’re nearsighted, you need glasses.” Well, that wasn’t too big a deal, but about three months later, he noticed as he was working on his patients (now, he was an orthodontist, he did a lot of close work in patients’ mouths), and he noticed that he had trouble seeing the teeth clearly in his patients and doing the intricate work with pliers. So he went back to his ophthalmologist, who said, “This is kind of interesting, you need bifocals.” Now, this didn’t sit too kindly on Kelley’s soul, he thought 35 years old was too young for bifocals, but he wore them. And they seemed to work well for about three months, and then he noticed, well, with bifocals he could see the far distance well and he could read, and he could do his intricate work in his patients’ mouths okay, but the intermediate distances were getting kind of fuzzy. Continue reading

Surviving A Healthy Childhood

“Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing happened.” – Winston Churchill

William D. Kelley, D.D.S.” That’s what I put in the space marked “Father” on the hundreds of forms I have had to fill out in my time. In the space marked “Father’s Occupation,” I put “Health Researcher.” That’s about all the information I volunteer without a darn good reason, though. To my frequent embarrassment, my father has managed to attain a certain degree of fame.

Euphemistically, he can be said to be controversial. Those less kindly disposed toward him might use the term “infamous.” In any case, I have always found it easier simply to avoid him as a topic of casual conversation.

When we lived in tiny Grapevine, Texas, everyone in town knew of my dad. He was the dentist in the little yellow office on Worth Street who didn’t appear to be practicing dentistry. His patients didn’t come from across town; they flew in from across the country. And the people coming to see him were all so desperately ill; many of them were cancer patients, obviously on their “last legs.” Just what was going on in the small office? Continue reading

Dickens: Ego tantum non modo ad finem

Or… Et tu, Primum Non-Nocere!

A few weeks ago, I wrote a commentary titled Primum Non-Nocere; First, Do No Harm. The title comes from the opening line of the twenty-four hundred-year-old oath written by Hippocrates, the pioneer of modern medicine. He authored over seventy medical books, most notably treating the patient and the malady, not just the disorder. Hippocrates understood that the patient and illness are inextricably linked.

That post was about an encounter with factory medicine as an observer. Today I want to relate a developing saga as the participant – my point of view.

I call this a comedy of errors because, in 2003, I made the inexcusable error of making my way to the Emergency Room (ER).

Yes, Maisy, I drove to the hospital.

I didn’t know I had a heart attack. I could still drive, so it couldn’t be that serious.

Right? Continue reading

Tribute to Dr. William Donald Kelley – 1926-2005

Alternative Cancer Researcher: William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS

William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS

William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS, one of the most significant figures in the history of alternative cancer treatments, passed away on January 30, 2005, at the age of 79. The cause of death was congestive heart failure. He had a long history of heart problems, with severe rhythm disturbances, beginning in the 1960s.

Dr. Kelley was born on November 1, 1925 on an 80-acre “dirt farm” in Winfield, Kansas. His father had died young of a heart attack and, during the Great Depression, his mother raised three sons alone. All three sons went to college, then graduate school, and became successful professionals. Continue reading

The Biggest Potential Water Disaster in the United States

In California, millions of residents and thousands of farmers depend on the Bay-Delta for fresh water – but they can’t agree on how to protect it.

Illustration of the BayDelta by Alëna Skarina

Editor’s NOTE: The following is an unusual posting for this site, however – as one gets caught up in it’s reporting and importance of meaning – it all has much to do with continued loss of our health. ~ J.B.

The Sacramento is California’s largest river. It arises near the lower slopes of Mt. Shasta, in the northernmost part of the state, and runs some four hundred miles south, draining the upper corridor of the Central Valley, bending through downtown Sacramento, and, eventually, reaching the Pacific Ocean, by way of the San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. Erik Vink, the executive director of the Delta Protection Commission, a state conservation agency, described the Sacramento to me as “California’s first superhighway.” By the eighteen-fifties, daily steamboats ferried passengers between San Francisco and Sacramento in as little as six hours. Travellers now mostly use I-80 to cover the same ninety miles, and oceangoing ships bound for the Port of West Sacramento finish their trip in a deepwater canal built sixty years ago by the Army Corps of Engineers. But the Sacramento is still important: it and its tributaries make up the state’s single largest source of fresh surface water. Most precipitation in California falls in the north, while the biggest users, including all the major metropolitan areas and the immense farms of the San Joaquin Valley, are farther south. Devising ways to move water from wet places to dry places has been the labor of generations. During the past century and a half, miners, farmers, politicians, engineers, conservationists, and schemers of all kinds have worked – together and against one another – to create one of the most complex water-shifting systems in the world. Continue reading

Benson: Does It Really Make A Difference?

Recently I had a bout of the Chinese Virus, referred to by the sanitized name of Covid 19. Both my wife and I had been vaccinated against it, but for me that seems to have made no difference. Thankfully, I was not overly ill with it–a sore throat, fever, runny nose, and loss of appetite for a few days and then it started to wear off. Maybe the version I got was this newer Omicron version, which is not nearly as lethal as earlier versions. I don’t know. I had to do the ten day quarantine thing and I thank the Lord it was not worse. I had a good friend that died from this thing while visiting relatives in New York.

What brought this to mind was that I talked to two nurses, both from different places – and neither one had much faith in the vaccines. Continue reading

Ciola: Beware Of the Sorcerer’s Medicine

If pharmaceutical medications were truly the answer to all medical maladies, then why would a patient have to remain on them for the rest of their life? Once a person begins a drug regimen, it usually leads to them being put on more and more pills. Where are the success stories of pharmaceutical medications curing all these ills where a person can get off their drugs and live a long, healthy, vibrant life? The sad truth is modern drug based medical treatments for “symptoms” has completely failed the American people. Continue reading

136-year-old newspaper article tells of smallpox resistance in Montreal

While demolishing a church in McAdam, N.B., crews came across a tattered piece of newsprint that featured a story about vaccination for school children in Montreal, telling a familiar story of unrest during a smallpox outbreak in 1885.

The clipping details a push to get Montreal school children vaccinated against smallpox at a time when vaccine mandates were sparking violent riots, despite the disease killing thousands in Quebec. Continue reading

Headlines: Your Health, YOUR Choice!

Cancers coming back with a vengeance is very common after the COVID vax
In talking with Ryan Cole about this, he believes this is primarily due to accelerating existing cancers (ones people already know they have or recent cancers that people never realized were there) rather than creating new cases of cancer.

Watch this video for more insight:… (Continue to full article)

ESSIAC TEA HERBS
I have been studying and using herbs for medicine, good health and good tasting teas since the early 1970s. I have not found any single herbal formula or remedy that does more to promote general health than Essiac tea. I began growing organic herbs for Essiac tea after personally experiencing Essiac’s health benefits. I have used Essiac tea to detox harmful pharmaceutical drugs. I have received testimonials from people who claim that Essiac tea solved their personal health problems and in some cases even saved their lives from cancer

Brew Your Own Essiac Tea… (Continue to full article)

Walking at least 45 minutes a day can help prevent cancer
A study on “inactivity, exercise and malignancies” found that over 46,000 cancer cases in America could have been prevented yearly if more people walked for at least 45 minutes a day.

The study was conducted by researchers from the American Cancer Society (ACS) and Emory University in Atlanta and published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.

For the study, the researchers examined cancer incidence and the physical activity habits of almost 600,000 American men and women in every state and the District of Columbia. Findings revealed that at least three percent of common cancers in the country are associated with inactivity… (Continue to full article)

Whistleblowers reveal COVID vaccines are causing cancers and AIDS
A study published last year showed that the coronavirus vaccines have spike proteins that inhibit natural DNA damage repair, which is needed for the body’s adaptive immune response. Spike proteins localize themselves in the nucleus of the cells and block DNA repair proteins from doing their jobs.

The study explained that the SARS-CoV-2 spike proteins can weaken the DNA repair system of other people and impede recombination and adaptive immunity. In contrast, data are providing valuable details on the involvement of spike protein subunits in DNA damage repair, including spike-based vaccines that may inhibit the recombination of V (D) J in B cells. V (D) J is the recombination of the mechanism of somatic recombination that occurs in developing lymphocytes during the early stages of T and B cell maturation.

The study concluded: “Our findings reveal a potential molecular mechanism by which the spike protein might impede adaptive immunity and underscore the potential side effects of full-length spike-based vaccines.”… (Continue to full article)

NOT JUST HUMANS: Scientists say 5G radiation is killing animals and wildlife
A lengthy report about 5G exposure has found that this newfound radiation source is damaging the health of creatures that live in the wild.

The 150-page report, compiled by researchers at the University of Washington and Johns Hopkins University, contains three sections, the first of which looked at how environmental EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) have radically increased in recent years.

The second part looked at how living organisms are impacted by these EMFs. It reveals how “effects have been observed in mammals such as bats, cervids, cetaceans, and pinnipeds among others, and on birds, insects, amphibians, reptiles, microbes and many species of flora.”… (Continue to full article)

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: mRNA COVID vaccines increase hospitalization and death rates
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny told Dr. Steve Hotze that the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines being used against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are increasing hospitalization and death rates.

“Vaccines, by definition, are supposed to keep you from getting sick, keep you from transmitting the infection to other people, lower the hospitalization rate and lower the death rate. But the COVID shots do just the opposite,” Tenpenny said… (Continue to full article)

California Supreme Court finds in favor of Roundup weed killer cancer victims
California’s highest court rejected on Wednesday a challenge by Monsanto Co. to $86.2 million in damages to a couple who developed cancer after spraying the company’s glyphosate-based Roundup weed-killer in their yards for three decades, Associated Press reported.

The First District Court of Appeal in San Francisco found in a 2-1 ruling in August that Monsanto was at fault for knowingly marketing a product whose active ingredient, glyphosate, could be dangerous… (Continue to full article)

John B. Calhoun’s Mouse Utopia Experiment and Reflections on the Welfare State

One of the more famous ethologists in recent decades was John B. Calhoun, best known for his mouse experiments in the 1960s. To what extent do the mouse utopia lessons apply to humans?

Signs in national and state parks all over America warn visitors, “Please Don’t Feed the Animals.” Some of those government-owned parks provide further explanation, such as “The animals may bite” or “It makes them dependent.”

The National Park Service’s website for Sleeping Bear Dunes in Michigan advises,

It transforms wild and healthy animals into habitual beggars. Studies have shown that panhandling animals have a shorter lifespan.
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Covid? Covid? We no gotta show you no a steenkin’ Covid!

What Happened After the Chicken-Pox Vaccine?

In the COVID era, the success of the varicella vaccine in the nineties is staggering to contemplate.

A boy with chicken pox takes a pill to help relieve itching, in 1960. Before the varicella vaccine, chicken pox killed about seventy children in the U.S. every year.Photograph by Carl Iwasaki / Getty

Last summer, at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an internal presentation on the coronavirus, which was leaked to the press, called the Delta variant of covid-19 “as transmissible as chicken pox.” Although the claim was found to be overstated, it’s easy to see why researchers may have been predisposed to draw parallels between the two diseases. Both varicella-zoster—the proper name for the chicken-pox virus—and the coronavirus are spread through the air, and both can be contagious before any symptoms are evident. Both have relatively mild impacts on most children, with a higher risk of more serious effects in adults. The mostly apocryphal tales of “covid parties”—which almost always turn out to be unintentional spreader events—descend from those of “chicken-pox parties,” where parents knowingly exposed their children to symptomatic peers. Continue reading