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Breakthrough Cancer-Killing Treatment Has No Side-Effects in Mice: New Chemistry May Cure Human CancersApr. 3, 2013 — Cancer painfully ends more than 500,000 lives in the United States each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The scientific crusade against cancer recently achieved a victory under the leadership of University of Missouri Curators' Professor M. Frederick Hawthorne. Hawthorne's team has developed a new form of radiation therapy that successfully put cancer into remission in mice. This innovative treatment produced none of the harmful side-effects of conventional chemo and radiation cancer therapies.
Clinical trials in humans could begin soon after Hawthorne secures funding.
"Since the 1930s, scientists have sought success with a cancer treatment known as boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT)," said Hawthorne, a recent winner of the National Medal of Science awarded by President Obama in the White House. "Our team at MU's International Institute of Nano and Molecular Medicine finally found the way to make BNCT work by taking advantage of a cancer cell's biology with nanochemistry."
Cancer cells grow faster than normal cells and in the process absorb more materials than normal cells. Hawthorne's team took advantage of that fact by getting cancer cells to take in and store a boron chemical designed by Hawthorne. When those boron-infused cancer cells were exposed to neutrons, a subatomic particle, the boron atom shattered and selectively tore apart the cancer cells, sparing neighboring healthy cells.
The physical properties of boron made Hawthorne's technique possible. A particular form of boron will split when it captures a neutron and release lithium, helium and energy. Like pool balls careening around a billiards table, the helium and lithium atoms penetrate the cancer cell and destroy it from the inside without harming the surrounding tissues.
"A wide variety of cancers can be attacked with our BNCT technique," Hawthorne said. "The technique worked excellently in mice. We are ready to move on to trials in larger animals, then people. However, before we can start treating humans, we will need to build suitable equipment and facilities. When it is built, MU will have the first radiation therapy of this kind in the world."Apr. 3, 2013 — Cancer painfully ends more than 500,000 lives in the United... more
Michelle thought she was just coming down with the flu, but the chest x-rays revealed much more - pneumonia, and a tumor. On January 12th, 2012, she was diagnosed with lung cancer.
Michelle has been a cannabis activist for over 40 years, so her course of action was certain, cannabis oil.
Michelle is a member of the San Francisco Medical Cannabis Task Force. She is on the Advisory Board for Patients Out of Time and, along with her husband Michael, are recipients of the High Times Lifetime Achievement Award.
Interview conducted at the Seventh National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics, April 27, 2012 - Tucson, AZ.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AZU-brG7i4&feature=youtu.beMichelle thought she was just coming down with the flu, but the chest x-rays revealed... more
The parents of a Missoula three-year-old say, if they had listened to the doctors, their son would've died.
Today Cash Hyde, 3, is cancer-free for a second time and his parents say marijuana is his best medicine.
"Cashy went through 30 rounds of radiation without one nausea or pain medication besides medical cannabis," Cash's dad, Mike Hyde said.
When Mike and Kalli Hyde learned Cash's brain cancer returned in October, doctors told them he had a 30 percent chance of surviving five years. They said reoccurring brain tumors have a rare chance of shrinking, and at best, they could only stop it from metastasizing further.
They Hydes switched Cash to an all-vegan diet, alkaline-adjusted water and cannabis oil. The slowed the tumor's growth by 55 percent, buying them time to wait for proton radiation.
The radiation shrunk the tumor. Now it's gone, and Cash is returning to a normal life laughing with his older brother, Colten, and playing with Play-Doh. But it wasn't easy for the Hydes to get back to this normalcy.
"I've had to break state and federal laws just to keep Cashy alive," Mike Hyde said.
http://www.kaj18.com/news/parents-credit-cannabis-for-toddler-s-radiation-recovery/The parents of a Missoula three-year-old say, if they had listened to the doctors,... more
This week has been an uneven one for those who like to party first and deal with party related consequences eventually. We at Van Full of Candy are known to be fans of both “Party” and “Consequences”. The first is fun, the second is hilarious and the combination of the two is often hilariously fun. That is, as long as those hilarious consequences of party are being felt by others. The amount of fun and hilarity one experiences as a result of party consequences is in direct relation to exactly how much it effects you personally. Party Fact.
First, Wednesday, Party People who like to put their Party Parts in the parts of other Party People got the bad news that the Plan B Party Pill was going to have to stay behind the pharmacy counter. The FDA had ruled that anybody who had $50 and a need to unhappen a late night baby could pick up the pill in their local anywhere without having to let the Pharmacist know how much they like to Party. But “Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius”, thinking of course, of the children, decided that it was best to avoid the impulse buy madness that allowing just anyone to toss a couple de-preggers in your basket would most certainly cause, you know, because it’s best to stock up for those times when you just don’t want to pull on one of those Pesky Pecker Party Ponchos.
I can naturally understand the Human Services Lady’s point of view. Sebelius’ concern was apparently that “girls as young as 11 are physically capable of bearing children and Plan B’s makers didn’t prove that younger girls could properly understand how to use this product without guidance from an adult”. Completely fair and rational and understandable. Eleven year olds like to party. Party Fact. Also a fact, all over the counter drugs that can be harmful to children without proper guidance from an adult must be proven to be properly understandable to eleven year old girls before it can be sold to the public. Never mind that the use of this product, a pill, is covered by one of humanities most basic function, the “forward swallow”, or that said pill can in no way do any sort of damage what so ever to a tween whether taken properly or improperly (unless I guess, ingested into the brain stem through a child’s blow hole perhaps), the fact that the product does not explicitly explain that fact is apparently tragically unsafe and worthy of keeping it off of shelves.
Party People 17 and older that want to exterminate impending womb vermin can still do so without prescription, as before, by simply telling the “doctor” behind the counter that she had a party in her pelvis and everyone was invited. Those under 17 will continue to need a prescription from their local clinic. Don’t mind the van parked outside with pictures of inside out fetus parts or all of the lovers of invisible sky persons calling you a whore, they’re just there to make sure you don’t let the next guy get away with saying that he can’t feel anything when stuffed in his Party Prophylactic. And hey, don’t worry if the doctor calls to inform your parents that you’ve just picked up a life unruiner pill, if one of ‘em’s the reason you’re there, they’ll probably love to hear the news!
But fret not lovers of all things party! The FDA, yes, the same FDA that tried to let you decide for yourself whether or not you knew how to operate a pill properly, just today approved a drinky don’t hurt disk for mass consumption following a night of massive consumption. “Blowfish” an “Alka-Seltzer like tablet” is a hangover cure on its way to a non Plan B stocked store shelf near you!
No longer will you have to pay for your night of heavy drinking with head aches and tummy aches and mysterious muscle strains and bruises that you can not explain and continuously tell your friends not to explain. With its (not at all) patented combination of 1,000 milligrams of Aspirin, 120 milligrams of caffeine and an unspecified (in the article that I found this information at least, and I’ve used up all of my research coupons for the year) quantity of antacid, “Blowfish” is set to take a prominent place in Van Full of Candy’s Party Purse, which is actually a medicine bag that we bought at a gas station inside an Indian reservation that we were assured was not only blessed by the tribe’s shaman, but was very masculine and didn’t at all look weird for us to be wearing. This’ll fit in quite nicely with our embarassingly purchased Plan B pills and notarized consent forms. With a name like “Van Full of Candy” written authorization to consensually violate another human being sets a lot of minds at ease.
Now the “Blowfish” product didn’t actually NEED to be approved by the FDA since it’s “composed of ingredients already aveilable for over the counter sales”, but instead needed approval of its packaging.
“Like all drug packaging, it has a lot of warnings for people with certain conditions,” Brenna Haysom, creator of Blowfish said. “And pregnant women should not take it, but hopefully they don’t need to be taking it!”
An excellent point. Women who are pregnant shouldn’t take a fizzy pill with a cup of coffee’s worth of caffeine, because that would be bad. Oh, and naturally, as Brenna so wryly points out, tongue planted firmly in drunken cheek, pregnant women shouldn’t be NEEDING to take the product in the first place since it’s a hang over cure and as most Party Preggos know, they shouldn’t be drinking beer. It’ll make the baby too fun and charismatic.Party Fact.
So Party People, get out there and have a good time knowing that the consequences that need the most urgent attending to are covered. If bright lights and loud noises make your head an itty bitty bit ouchy, the FDA approved product that can help you will soon be at the 7-11 register next to the energy shots and scratchers. But if you get pregnant inadvertently or against your will, the FDA approved product that can help you will still be un-readily available to you because, you know, God.
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Innovations in clinical practice, drugs and other technologies can improve the quality and extent of patients’ lives – but they are often expensive. With budget cuts looming, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has been charged with helping the government to decide which treatments are sufficiently cost effective to be made available on the NHS. But for those facing life threatening illnesses, can a price be put on life? We ask the public whether medicine should be rationed due to its price and denied according to your lifestyle. For many, this is an affront to the value of human life and most argue that medicine should not be rationed even it only gives us a few more weeks life. Lifestyle however is a different ball game and sadly the idea that healthcare should be rationed for smokers, drinkers and the obese is gaining ground.Innovations in clinical practice, drugs and other technologies can improve the quality... more
Apparently cancer has been cured, by injecting people with HIV. From the article, "As the white cells killed the cancer cells, the patients experienced the fevers and aches and pains that one would expect when the body is fighting off an infection, but beyond that the side effects have been minimal." Nifty. Poorly edited run-on sentence, but nifty.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44090512/Apparently cancer has been cured, by injecting people with HIV. From the article,... more
Illegal survival, My Story.
Hello, Today I would like to share with you the revelation that has reshaped my entire life.
Crohn's and Me, a bit of history
Until recently, and as far back as grade school I was plagued with stomach and bowel issues. Though It wasn’t until my freshman year of college that a doctor was finally able to give a name to what was wrong with me. Unfortunately what wasn’t known at the time (1997ish) was how severe or how many types of Crohn's disease I had. That would all play out in the years to follow, leading up to more recent events.
In the mean time, I had been on everything from asacol to steroids, 6mp, Remicade and worse. That was the easy part, I had undergone 33 surgeries total for Crohn's related issues including bowl resections, various forms of fistula repair, a mucosal flap, and a temporary colostomy.
After spending the last seven years in and out of doctors offices and on various medications, infusions, and home injectables I had yet to attain a reversal of my colostomy, which had since herniated. At this point I had all but decided It just wasn’t going to happen.
I decided on nothing more than faith in God that he would see me through and went again to the GI doctor for yet another test hoping for his approval to go forward with a reversal surgery. I returned home with pictures of ulcerations, narrowing of my bowl, and a recommendation for further testing and medications.
Having discovered the benefits of smoked marijuana in 2005 I have a few friends “In the circle”. I logged onto my FB and noticed Radical Russ (host of NORML show live) had added a new friend, Shona Banda Live free or Die. Being that my wife had already brought her video to my attention, I just had to investigate.
Upon arriving at Shona's FB page I clicked the first available link, It was a video titled “Shona Banda – Live free or die”. It was The first time I had heard of ingesting the oil extractable from the cannabis plant, stems, seeds etc. I immediately watched the other videos available from Shona as well as Rick Simpson's “Run from the cure”, documenting the benefits of this oil for cancer patients.
I took a chance and contacted Mrs. Banda regarding some questions I had about the process. I have to admit I was very surprised not only at the warm response but at how quickly it came. Shortly after our contact I began extracting oil from saved stems and seeds as well as roaches and fresh herb.
Where I am now
After only about a month of treatment with oil I had an appointment with my surgeon to discuss the repair of the hernia. Upon his inspection it was obvious that the colostomy site had to be repaired, or taken down and relocated. He sent me for another series of tests to determine my best options, of which a colostomy reversal was the least likely.
It was 10 days before I could be squeezed in for a follow up appointment to reveal my test results, and discuss my options. Much to my surprise I was called out of the exam room I was waiting in. The films showed no signs of blockage or inflammation of any kind, and he wanted me to see them. After a few awed moments peering at those images I was encouraged back into the exam room. Once settled back inside the room I heard the words I had been waiting 7 years to hear. He would reverse my colostomy completely so long as I understood the risks.
As of the time of writing this, I am recovering from surgery at home. Using what I learned from Shona Banda I was able to accomplish in a month what doctors had not for seven years. For the first time in my 14 year fight with this horrible disease I can finally say that I am in control.
First and foremost I must thank God! Only through faith, and many blessings was I able to outlast this disease to be given the knowledge and wisdom to cure myself by his provided means. I must also thank my wife, who has never left my side, no matter the hardship, I love you. Thank you also to Shona Banda who’s courage has inspired me to not only cure myself, but share this with you today. And lastly thank you for reading. Spread the word, The cure is real, and can be made in the comfort of your own home!
http://thenewamericanrevolutionblog.blogspot.com/2011/06/illegal-survival-my-story.htmlIllegal survival, My Story. Hello, Today I would like to share with you the... more
In a bold new approach ultimately aimed at trying to cure AIDS, scientists used genetic engineering in six patients to develop blood cells that are resistant to HIV, the virus that causes the disease.It's far too early to know if this scientific first will prove to be a cure, or even a new treatment. The research was only meant to show that, so far, it seems feasible and safe.
LINK : http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110301/ap_on_bi_ge/us_med_aids_gene_therapy;_ylt=Aueu91qStYAQ9DkIOMwXBAas0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFocmhlZm8zBHBvcwMxNARzZWMDYWNjb3JkaW9uX3RvcF9zdG9yaWVzBHNsawNnZW5ldGhlcmFweXI-In a bold new approach ultimately aimed at trying to cure AIDS, scientists used... more
Dr. Sanjay Gupta introduces you to survivors who have overcome the odds. Confronting a life obstacle - injury, illness or other hardship –- they tapped their inner strength and found resilience they didn’t know they possessed. Dr. Alan Rabinowitz suffered from a severe stutter as a child and worked through his hardships in a most unusual way. Here is his story in his own words.
No one steps into another’s head and feels life as they do. Really, who would want that? For me, life was defined by a terrible childhood stutter in a world that had no idea what to do with me.
As a youth my stuttering blocks were so severe that my body would twist and spasm in trying to get a word out. So I just stopped trying. In retrospect, my stuttering was a gift. But retrospect comes with healed scars, dark buried secrets, and the gradual lessening of intense pain that gets paved over with the years.
I am asked constantly how I came to do what I am doing, why I love animals so much, why does running an organization like Panthera, the world’s leading wild cat conservation group, mean so much to me? The answers are simple. Animals saved me. They were the only things I could talk to as a child. They listened and didn’t judge. But they too had no voice. And I promised them repeatedly, from the sad old jaguar pacing its cage at the Bronx Zoo, to the little green chameleon that I would take into my closet at night, that I would give them a voice if I ever found my own.
Panthera is now my voice, and my promise is being fulfilled in a way I could never have imagined back then. For it no longer is just my fading, broken voice that champions the rights and dignity of the wild animals, but the voices and actions of dozens of passionate young Panthera staff, working in the field and the office, alongside hundreds of others from local communities, all speaking out to save the earth’s big cats species, and all the other animals that live alongside them.
We live in turbulent, troubled times; times when people seek something to believe in. I believe in Panthera. It celebrates the strength of the human spirit and courage of individuals willing to go beyond themselves to improve not only their own lives but the lives of other living beings. It is the human voice of the big cats. It is a release from darkness.Dr. Sanjay Gupta introduces you to survivors who have overcome the odds. Confronting a... more
A study investigating a new treatment for gastrointestinal disease had an unexpected side effect: It reversed baldness.Scientists were testing a new chemical compound on mice genetically altered to overproduce a stress hormone known as corticotrophin-releasing factor (CRF), which, among other effects, causes mice to lose their hair as they age.
LINK : http://news.discovery.com/human/baldness-cure-hair-loss-110216.htmlA study investigating a new treatment for gastrointestinal disease had an unexpected... more
The Obama administration has become so concerned about the slowing pace of new drugs coming out of the pharmaceutical industry that officials have decided to start a billion-dollar government drug development center to help create medicines.
The new effort comes as many large drugmakers, unable to find enough new drugs, are paring back research. Promising discoveries in such illnesses as depression and Parkinson's that once would have led to clinical trials are instead going unexplored because companies have neither the will nor the resources to undertake the effort. Drug companies have typically spent twice as much on marketing as on research, a business model that is increasingly suspect.
The initial financing of the government's new drug center is small compared with the $45.8 billion that the industry estimates it invested in research in 2009. The cost of bringing a single drug to market can exceed $1 billion, according to some estimates.
Groundwork for drug firms
The National Institutes of Health has traditionally focused on basic research, such as describing the structure of proteins, leaving industry to create drugs using those compounds. But the drug industry's research productivity has been declining for 15 years, "and it certainly doesn't show any signs of turning upward," said Dr. Francis Collins, director of the institutes.
The job of the new center, to be called the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, is akin to that of a home seller who spruces up properties to attract buyers in a down market. In this case, the center will do as much research as it needs to do to attract drug company investment.
Read more: Federal agency to spearhead new drug-development center - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/nationworld/ci_17171570?source=rss#ixzz1BsgqBwLu
So, since the drug companies aren't spending on R&D with their record profits, the tax payer will fund it with a government agency, who will then sell it to the drug companies, who will then sell it to us at more record profits. Oh by the way, when was the last time a pill cured anything?The Obama administration has become so concerned about the slowing pace of new drugs... more
OK so it is only 46% effective, but this is still a massive step forwards in the massive struggle against Malaria...read below for the full story
Research published today (FRI) online in The Lancet Infectious Diseases indicates that the vaccine reduces the risk of infection by the parasite that causes severe malaria by 46 per cent over 15 months.
Malaria, which is passed to humans via infected mosquitoes, is one of the biggest killers of children in Africa.
Of the 900,000 people killed by the disease across the continent every year, the majority are children under five.
While the vaccine does not give near total protection, as those for other diseases marketed for use in Western countries typically do, it still has the potential to save large numbers of lives.
In the phase II clinical trial, 447 children from Kenya and Tanzania, aged five to 17 months, were given the RTS,S/AS01E vaccine, while the same number were given the rabies vaccine as a 'control' group.
After 15 months, those who had the malaria vaccine were 46 per cent less likely to have been infected with the P Falciparum parasite than the control group. Only 11.4 per cent of those given the vaccine developed clinical malaria, compared to 19.7 per cent of the other group.
Dr Ally Olotu from the Kenya Medical Research Institute-Wellcome Trust Research Programme, who led the study, and fellow authors, concluded that the vaccine provides "sustained efficacy for at least 15 months and shows promise as a potential public health intervention against childhood malaria in malaria endemic countries".
The vaccine works by attacking the parasite when it first enters the bloodstream or liver cells, with the aim of completely preventing infection of red blood cells.
In 2008 results of a small-scale preliminary trial showed that it gave protection to 53 per cent of those vaccinated after eight months. However, the new study is larger, and shows only a small drop in the protection given after a further seven months.
The authors said more work was needed to see how well it worked in HIV-positive and malnourished children.
P falciparum is one of four species of malaria parasite that affect humans. It is found globally but is most common in Africa. It is the only one of the four species that can cause life-threatening malaria, according to the Wellcome Trust.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8257496/Malaria-vaccine-hailed-as-a-success.htmlOK so it is only 46% effective, but this is still a massive step forwards in the... more
Michael Douglas cancer cure announced on the Today Show this morning. This is good news for all fans and lovers of Douglas. At last summer Michael Douglas was diagnosed with stage four cancer in throat. Today he has free from cancer. In an interview with Matt Lauer on the Today Show, Douglas said,Michael Douglas cancer cure announced on the Today Show this morning. This is good... more
Doctors who carried out a stem cell transplant on an HIV-infected man with leukaemia in 2007 say they now believe the man to have been cured of HIV infection as a result of the treatment, which introduced stem cells which happened to be resistant to HIV infection.
The man received bone marrow from a donor who had natural resistance to HIV infection; this was due to a genetic profile which led to the CCR5 co-receptor being absent from his cells. The most common variety of HIV uses CCR5 as its ‘docking station’, attaching to it in order to enter and infect CD4 cells, and people with this mutation are almost completely protected against infection.
The case was first reported at the 2008 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Boston, and Berlin doctors subsequently published a detailed case history in the New England Journal of Medicine in February 2009.
They have now published a follow-up report in the journal Blood, arguing that based on the results of extensive tests, “It is reasonable to conclude that cure of HIV infection has been achieved in this patient.”
The case history
The 'Berlin patient' is an HIV-positive man who developed acute myeloid leukaemia, received successful treatment and subsequently experienced a relapse in 2007 that required a transplant of stem cells.
Doctors chose stem cells from an individual who had an unusual genetic profile: a mutation inherited from both parents that resulted in CD4 cells that lacked the CCR5 receptor. This mutation, called CCR5 delta 32 homozygosity, is present in less than 1% of Caucasians in northern and western Europe, and is associated with a reduced risk of becoming infected with HIV.
This is because all new infecting viruses need to use the CCR5 receptor on CD4 cells when infecting an immune system cell of the CD4 type.
Later in the course of HIV infection another type of virus emerges that can use the CXCR4 receptor instead.
Before the stem cell transplant the patient received chemotherapy treatment that destroyed most immune cells and total body irradiation, and also received immunosuppressive drugs to prevent rejection of the stem cells.
Antiretroviral therapy was halted on the day of the transplant, and the patient had to receive a second stem cell transplant 13 days after the first one, due to a further relapse of leukaemia.
The patient continued to receive immunosuppressive treatment to prevent rejection for 38 months, and at 5, 24 and 29 months post-transplant colon biopsies were taken to investigate possible graft-versus-host disease in the intestine. At each investigation additional samples were taken to check for signs of HIV infection in the abundant immune cells of the gut wall.
During the 38 month follow-up period the donor CD4 cells repopulated the mucosal immune system of the gut, to such an extent that the frequency of CD4 cells was almost twice as high as in HIV-negative healthy controls, and this phenomenon was also seen in a control group of ten HIV-negative individuals who received stem cell transfers.
The repopulation of CD4 cells was accompanied by the complete disappearance of host CD4 cells, and after two years the patient had the CD4 count of a healthy adult of the same age.
One of the challenges for any approach to curing HIV infection is long-lived immune system cells, which need to be cleared before a patient can be cured. In the case of the Berlin patient CCR5-bearing macrophages could not be detected after 38 months, suggesting that chemotherapy had destroyed these longer-lived cells, and that they had also been replaced by donor cells... (More in the link)Doctors who carried out a stem cell transplant on an HIV-infected man with leukaemia... more
I don’t advise over-the-counter medications, but one simple treatment you can try that is surprisingly effective against upper respiratory infections is hydrogen peroxide.I don’t advise over-the-counter medications, but one simple treatment you can... more
Three blind patients had their sight partly restored after scientists developed an eye implant in a breakthrough that is being called “a significant advance”. Below are other examples of scientific breakthroughs in the race to cure blindness.
link:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8106315/Eye-implant-breakthrough-scientific-advances-towards-blindness-cure.htmlThree blind patients had their sight partly restored after scientists developed an eye... more
The University of Cambridge may have stumbled across a certain protein in the cold virus that may potentially lead to a cure a few years into the future.
http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/UK-News/Cure-For-The-Common-Cold-Edges-Closer-As-Cambridge-Scientists-Find-New-Immune-Defences/Article/201011115790496?lpos=UK_News_First_Home_Article_Teaser_Region_5&lid=ARTICLE_15790496_Cure_For_The_Common_Cold_Edges_Closer_As_Cambridge_Scientists_Find_New_Immune_DefencesThe University of Cambridge may have stumbled across a certain protein in the cold... more
For so many years we thought the main cause of stomach ulcers to be stress and/or spicy food.
This, until somebody rediscovered that the main cause was a bacteria called Helicobacter Pylori.
A Greek practitioner was actually the first one in 1958 to treat ulcers with antibiotics and approach this infection differently than anybody else.
What does this have to do with Einstein, cancer and a possible cure?
Follow me a little more and I will get to the point.
I stumbled upon Dr. Tullio Simoncini's possible cure to cancer and could not believe how different and original his approach to this disease was and is. He thinks that cancer is a FUNGUS!
Let me make this clear now, I do not know if this cure actually works, if this theory is correct, what fascinates me about it, is his APPROACH just like in the example above regarding stomach ulcers.
I believe that the approach is more important than the thinking itself. It's where we direct our thinking that counts the most. All the thinking that comes after that is just a consequence of that premise/direction and nobody could explain this better than Aristotele.
It's syllogism or more exactly deductive reasoning.
Here is where Einstein also comes into play:
"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them."
"To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science."
Said this, watch the video below to know more about the theory of Cancer as a fungus, open your mind, do not judge its correctness but instead its new perspective. After all, that is how Einstein got to think of the Universe as no one else before.
We all need to focus on this if we want to solve the problems of our world.
This is where all cures lie.
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