One Survivor’s Story After Years of Growing Clues “Here’s How I Knew I Had Pancreatic Cancer”

A pancreatic cancer diagnosis can be startling. One young survivor, who battled this disease during the COVID-19 pandemic, shares how he overcame the odds: “Every day is a gift.”

Pancreatic cancer, representing 3% of all cancer cases and 7% of cancer-related deaths in the US, is a serious health concern, as highlighted by the American Cancer Society. In 2024, it’s projected that nearly 66,440 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, with a tragic estimate of 51,750 individuals succumbing to the disease in that same timeframe. Continue reading

Develop a Natural Cancer Treatment…GO TO JAIL

There are two major reasons we don’t have a cure for cancer. Why despite a 40 55 (Ed.) year old “war” on the disease survival rates haven’t increased one bit. The governmental meddling of the National Institutes of Health and The National Cancer Institute along with the FDA have made it difficult, if not impossible, for doctors with breakthrough cancer therapies to bring their healing discoveries to those who need them. The orthodox medical establishment is hell-bent on destroying anyone who dares to challenge the status quo on cancer treatment.

Even though we have lost the war on cancer, we continue to use and promote the very methods that don’t work while banishing those who try non-pharmaceutical modalities to the scrap heap of healing. Continue reading

The 13 Most IGNORED Cancer Symptoms

Nobody welcomes a cancer diagnosis. While some would rather know and get started on treatment right away, others may choose to avoid doctors and turn a blind eye to unusual symptoms.

But ignorance is far from bliss in this example. Wherever you land on this spectrum, you should know which symptoms should be evaluated. Early detection relies on your proactivity and the faster you consult your trusted doctor, the better chance you have of beating some of these insidious diseases. Continue reading

Foods CONTAMINATED With Toxic Substances Cause More Than 13,000 CANCER Cases Each Year in The U.S.

A new study has revealed the potential link between contaminated common foods and cancer cases in the United States.

The study by researchers at Michigan State University (MSU) found that rice, wheat, leafy green vegetables, baby foods and dark chocolates with high heavy metal concentrations are connected to the thousands of cancer cases each year. Foods contaminated with metals such as lead and cadmium were linked to cases of bladder and lung cancer.

Meanwhile, arsenic was linked to 7,000 cases of skin cancer. Continue reading

The Cancer Dies When You Eat These 5 Foods Time to Start Eating Them

You already know that fruits and vegetables are good for you…

According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 1,762,450 new cancer cases were diagnosed before the end of 2019. Of that number, approximately 606,880 Americans, nearly 1,662 each day, died.

After heart disease, cancer is still the second-leading cause of death in the U.S. and is attributed to every 1 in 4 deaths. On a larger scale, the World Health Organization estimates that 1 in 6 deaths worldwide is due to cancer and that one-third of those deaths are from behavioral and dietary risks. By 2030, the number of new cancer cases is expected to increase by 40% for high-income countries, and twice that rate at 80% in low-income countries. Continue reading

What to Know About Colonoscopy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

              BEWARE: Colonoscopys cause more deaths than they cure and cannot detect cancer

Doctors do not recommend routine colonoscopy to diagnose people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). However, they may refer individuals to rule out other conditions, such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

IBS is a functional gastrointestinal disorder that can cause changes in bowel movements, such as diarrhea, constipation, or both. Someone with IBS needs to discuss the risks of having a colonoscopy and the alternatives that may be available. Continue reading

Bennett: There is a Cancer Upon the Nation

No, no, no… we are not talking about political cancer here – although politics does have a nasty way of contributing to this epidemic by way of ignoring the economic drain upon the afflicted, to include the cost of care (they really don’t), ‘treatment’ and drugs. In addition – THEY have chosen – by corporate bribe – to ignore the Truth as relates to the dreaded dis-ease known throughout the world as CANCER. Continue reading

ADHD Traits May Have Evolved to Provide Foraging Advantages

People with ADHD-like traits may have an evolutionary advantage when it comes to finding food in the wild.

In a new experiment, researchers found that individuals with distinguishing qualities of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, like difficulty regulating where they focus their attention, and restlessness, have better foraging strategies than those with more neurotypical traits.

The findings have researchers speculating that ADHD evolved as an adaptive survival strategy – one that hinders resource exploitation in the same spot and instead favors exploration of new spots. This could possibly explain why ADHD is so prevalent in the human population today, impacting hundreds of millions worldwide. Continue reading

Ibuprofen’s Effect on Red Blood Cells: A Prickly Affair

An innovative imaging technique helps visualize in real-time how high doses of ibuprofen affect the integrity of red blood cells.

Scientists have now provided real time, label-free images of red blood cells deforming immediately after exposure to high doses of the drug ibuprofen.

“Initially, we were interested in finding the answer to a few simple questions,” explained Peter Nirmalraj, a biophysicist at Empa Laboratories, Switzerland, and a contributor to the study. “Is there a dosage dependent effect of over-the-counter drugs, such as ibuprofen, on red blood cells? If yes, could it be qualitatively and quantitatively capture this effect in a label-free manner?” Continue reading

WATCH: Pfizer’s Moral Rot on Display in Cringe Super Bowl Ad

The Poison is in MORE than just the Needle!

The Super Bowl commercial breaks were — I am told, having been spared from American advertising given my residence overseas — replete with cancerous cringe.

Pfizer’s spot was no exception.

Stat News (emphasis added):

Super Bowl ads are a show within the show, an opportunity for brands and advertising creatives to put their work in front of more than 100 million viewers. And while the occasion is most closely associated with ads for beer, cars, and soft drinks, pharma giant Pfizer dished out millions of dollars for its own message: “Here’s to science”. Continue reading

New Jersey Schoolchildren Offered Cash Prizes for Pushing Big Pharma Vaccines

Group of school children wearing face masks in education center during Covid-19 pandemic.

The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) has come up with a new ploy to generate more interest in childhood vaccines: a contest for children called “Protect Me With 3+.”

According to reports, the campaign is aimed at young children and teenagers to indoctrinate them into the “benefits” of vaccines. Using posters and videos, Protect Me With 3+ is all about “educating New Jersey communities,” the NJDOH says, about why everyone needs to get injected with vaccines. Continue reading

COVID Reveals the Cover-Up: How a Medical ‘deep state’ Operates

This is not paranoia; it’s a reasonable conclusion based on Yogi Berra’s sage advice: “You can observe a lot by just watching.”

COVID-19 government censorship illustration by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

If there was any doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic exposed widespread corruption in America’s health care establishment, a federal lawsuit should put it to rest. Filed by the attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana, the Murthy v. Missouri suit accuses the Biden administration of censoring medical views it dislikes.

So, what did the American Medical Association (AMA) do? The doctor’s guild lined up with the censors in an amicus brief.

That’s right. It’s their way or the highway, science be damned. Continue reading

Iraq War Veteran in His Late 30s Claims COVID Vaccine Gave Him Condition That Causes Full Body Paralysis

Drew served in the army and claims he was ‘encouraged’ to receive the vaccine by Veterans Affairs

An Iraq War veteran has claimed the Covid-19 vaccine made him develop Guillain-Barre Syndrome causing full body paralysis and leaving him with nerve damage.

Drew – who prefers not to share his last name – says he was an ‘otherwise healthy 36-year-old’ before he received the mRNA Pfizer vaccine in April 2021.

After two doses, he says he started experiencing ‘cold/flu symptoms’ which ‘turned to numbness, tingling’ and then to ‘complete paralysis within weeks’.

He says he was hospitalized and diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a very rare progressive nerve disorder that can cause total body paralysis in serious cases. Most people make a full recovery. Continue reading

Warning Signs of ‘Silent Heart Attack’ That Most People Put Down to Tiredness

Silent heart attacks can leave your heart permanently damaged. If patients don’t know when they’ve had one, the risk of future heart disease greatly increases – so here’s the symptoms to look out for

You won’t feel the typical severe symptoms of a regular heart attack  (Getty Images)

Many of us know that chest and arm pain can be indicators of a heart attack – but few know the warning signs of a “silent heart attack”.

These account for around 45 percent of heart attacks and tend to hit men more than women. It effectively means you have had a heart attack without knowing it, with the symptoms lacking the severity of a usual and more dangerous heart attack. Continue reading