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Cystic Fibrosis:Selenium Deficiency

[Wallach goes on to cite additional evidence that cystic fibrosis is caused by a selenium deficiency and throughout his books reveals methods for treating CF patients.] - Joel Wallach, DVM, ND, and Ma Lan, MD, MS, Let's Play Doctor!, p. 77.

Date:   10/30/2006 10:28:42 PM   ( 14 y ) ... viewed 6136 times

Today's medical fad: The Genetic Myth
[Posted 26 October 2003, Last updated 16 November 2003]
I have to admit... This article is inspired by TELEVISION, of all things. Either Thursday or Wednesday, I was at a Mexican restaurant having lunch when CNN Headline News ran two "medical" stories in the half-hour, blaming genetics for breast cancer and OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder). Now I know, as do most well-educated people, that TV news stories are often bogus, and I don't have time to respond to them. Big advertisers (think drug commercials) heavily influence news content, making independent radio stations and certain internet news services (see the news links on my main page) the last bastions of "honest" news, with their news largely uncontrolled by corporate advertising dollars. In this case, knowing that neither cancer nor OCD is caused by genetics, and that effective cancer cures have been available yet deliberately suppressed since the early 1900s, today I'll write a short article about the Genetic Fad.

I'm not the first to notice that blaming everything on genetics has become a fad in the medical field. About ten years ago in his Rare Earths, Forbidden Cures book, Dr. Joel Wallach made the assertion that genetic explanations of numerous diseases were just another fad. Genetic models of disease are encouraged by research grant funding sources, often companies that stand to profit from experimental "gene therapy" treatments.

Wallach is a colorful character. If you search the internet for him, you'll find two photos of the man used over and over, one in a cowboy hat and American flag shirt, the other in combat fatigues driving a Humvee. Well, my favorite photo of Wallach isn't a flaky guy on an internet site -- it's found in his Rare Earths, Forbidden Cures book: Wallach in his younger days, wearing a white lab coat, holding an infant monkey with cystic fibrosis. Wallach was the first research scientist to discover cystic fibrosis (CF) in monkeys. He also discovered what caused cystic fibrosis shortly thereafter -- a prenatal selenium deficiency in the mother. Until then (and even now, among traditional doctors), cystic fibrosis was promoted as a "genetic" disease. So Wallach reported these landmark findings to his bosses at the National Institutes of Health, and was promptly fired the next day. Why? Well, isn't it obvious? There goes their cystic fibrosis research money! Who's going to give all those high-priced scientists cushy jobs for their entire lives if the problem has been SOLVED?? And solved with inexpensive vitamins and minerals for a woman during pregnancy, no less!

In 1978, I (Wallach) discovered the first agreed upon CF [cystic fibrosis] in nonhumans; the test animals were NASA monkeys; the diagnosis was agreed to by experts from Johns Hopkins Medical School, Emory University and the CF Foundation!!!! Once they realized that this wasn't a genetic accident but CF was a recreatable selenium deficiency, they fired me within 24 hours' notice, 10 days after my wife had died. Dr. Paul de St. Agnese stated that "if anything important was to be discovered on CF, it would be in his NIH laboratory." Since 1978, we have treated 450 CF patients with excellent results; we have essentially cured infants three months old who started on the program (they are 12 years old today) and have helped CF women have healthy pregnancies and normal babies!
[Wallach goes on to cite additional evidence that cystic fibrosis is caused by a selenium deficiency and throughout his books reveals methods for treating CF patients.] - Joel Wallach, DVM, ND, and Ma Lan, MD, MS, Let's Play Doctor!, p. 77.

Wallach was a hard-working Veterinarian and research scientist, his first major project a cause-of-death study for thousands of zoo animals. His research then expanded to cause-of-death in humans, and he eventually became an ND (Naturopathic Doctor) in order to treat humans with nutrient-based therapies used by Vets and farmers for their animals. His patients "were treated like dogs, but they got better." He particularly wanted to treat cystic fibrosis cases, as no one else in the field was willing to accept a new paradigm for the disease. As he explains in his books, there are no health insurance policies for farm animals -- Vets and farmers are very familiar with the common deficiency causes of most disease, and blend supplements into farm feed to prevent such disorders from occurring in the fist place. Wallach is very aware of simple deficiency diseases being passed off as genetics or other complicated theories. He wrote several books covering the vitamin and mineral deficiencies that cause these "genetic" diseases in humans.

So am I saying that breast cancer and OCD are deficiency diseases? Yes (to OCD) and no (to cancer), but they certainly aren't "genetic" in nature

http://www.pamrotella.com/health/geneticfad.html

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