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Molds and vaccinations: Recipes for disaster

July 31, 2012

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by Dr. Steven Siegel —  You might be wondering what molds and vaccines could possibly have in common. The answer is that they both contain remnant, residual byproducts called biotoxins that can continue to recirculate in the body, eliciting an immune response. In fact, it’s not an immune deficiency that most people assume underlies their […]

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Lyme disease and Rife machines

March 5, 2012

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by Brenda Haas-Krieger —  Lyme disease is a seriously complex multi-system, inflammatory disease caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, spirochete bacteria similar to that which causes syphilis. Both Lyme and syphilis are called the great imitators because their symptoms mimic so many other diseases. Chronic cases of Lyme, cases that persist many months and years after the […]

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Bedside manner — A true story

March 5, 2012

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by Irene Conlan —  He — we’ll call him Bill — had been ill for several months with strange symptoms that progressed rapidly. When Bill finally saw a physician, he was weak on one side of his body, having difficulty swallowing and experiencing twitching muscles throughout his body. He was sent immediately to a large […]

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Treating sports concussions and traumatic brain injuries

February 25, 2012

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by Stephanie Reese —  Did Lou Gehrig really have Lou Gehrig’s disease? A new study suggests that repeated concussions from playing sports can cause a motor-neuron disorder with symptoms that mimic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS (as Lou Gehrig’s disease is also called). Both conditions include weakness or numbness in the limbs, uncontrollable muscle twitching […]

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