by natural health author Tony M. Isaacs
For the first time ever, colloidal silver has been shown to defeat cancer in an actual human trial!
Yes, you read that right. Colloidal silver has now been observed by doctors to conquer cancer in a human. And get this: the colloidal silver was homemade! Read more about this truly ground-breaking trial here:
Silver Nanoparticles Beat Chemo and Make Anti-Cancer Drugs More Effective
by natural health author Tony M. Isaacs (The Silver Edge) Now, exciting new clinical research published in the journal Nanomedicine has demonstrated that adding silver nanoparticles to cancer drugs that aren’t working well against certain cancers often boosts the effectiveness of the cancer drugs, helping them stop the spread of cancer. See also:
What’s even more surprising is that the researchers discovered silver alone worked to kill the drug-resistant cancer cells better thanor equal to the chemo drugs in most instances . In other words, the silver didn’t need to be combined anti-cancer drugs in order to work against drug-resistant cancer cells! Read More.
by natural health author Tony M. Isaacs
(The Silver Edge) Now, exciting new clinical research published in the journal Nanomedicine has demonstrated that adding silver nanoparticles to cancer drugs that aren’t working well against certain cancers often boosts the effectiveness of the cancer drugs, helping them stop the spread of cancer.
Is NanoSilver the Answer to Ovarian Cancer?
by Tony M. Isaacs
Could nanoparticle silver be an important answer in combatting deadly ovarian cancer? See also:
According to a peer-reviewed clinical study published in the prestigious International Journal of Molecular Science, that answer appears to be a resounding yes!
This laboratory test-tube clinical study found that not only is nanoparticle silver very effective against ovarian cancer cells in general, it’s even more effective against ovarian cancer stem cells — the very cells that make ovarian cancer and other cancers so resistant to mainstream treatments.
Here’s what I’ve learned from the study… Read More.
Could nanoparticle silver be an important answer in combatting deadly ovarian cancer?
The Health Benefits and Potential Dangers of Vegetarianism
by Tony Isaacs
author of Cancer's Natural Enemy
Author’s note: In this opening installment of a four-part series on the benefits and potential dangers of vegetarianism, we will examine “An Introduction to Vegetarianism” and “The Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet”. Subsequent installments will cover “Potential Dangers of Vegetarian Diets”, “The Role of Meat in the Early Development of Humans”, “The Benefits of Consuming Meat and Dairy Products”, “The Wishful Science and Myths about Vegetarianism/Veganism”, and “Common Traits of the World's Longest-Lived and Healthiest Peoples”
(The Best Years in Life) There is ample evidence that people who eat plenty of vegetables and fruits and little or no meat have several health advantages. However, the unpleasant truth for some vegetarians and vegans is that excluding meat and dairy can have dangerous health consequences unless people plan their diets carefully and supplement carefully. Such consequences include the possibility of long-term health issues as well as unhealthy changes in DNA which can be passed down to future generations. Read More.
The “Deadly Breast Cancer Gene” Is A Myth, Lancet Study Confirms
(GreenMedInfo) A powerful new Lancet study reveals that the so-called breast cancer susceptibility genes -- BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 -- do not, in fact, cause breast cancer. Jolie's prophylactic mastectomy, for instance, was for naught.
"The study, published in The Lancet Oncology, found 12% of 2,733 women aged 18 to 40 treated for breast cancer at 127 hospitals across the UK between 2000 and 2008 had a BRCA mutation.
The women's medical records were tracked for up to 10 years.
"During this time, 651 of the women died from breast cancer, and those with the BRCA mutation were equally likely to have survived at the two-, five- and 10-year mark as those without the genetic mutation.
This was not affected by the women's body mass index or ethnicity.
About a third of those with the BRCA mutation had a double mastectomy to remove both breasts after being diagnosed with cancer. This surgery did not appear to improve their chances of survival at the 10-year mark.”
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