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News & Comment – January 2017

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Stanford researchers explore legacy of Tuskegee syphilis study today


Researchers have found that the disclosure of the infamous Tuskegee syphilis study in 1972 is correlated with increases in medical mistrust and mortality among African-American men.


For anyone assuming that criminal experiments conducted by or on behalf of pharmaceutical, chemical, or other interests ceased after those carried out by Nazi doctors and the German IG Farben Cartel during WWII, the evidence clearly shows this is not the case. In fact, during the past century, forced medical treatment and military experiments with toxic chemicals have been far more commonplace than most people realize.

While it would be preferable if we could conclude that such experiments are now a thing of the past, unfortunately we are still some way from being able to say this. With state-sponsored child abuse continuing to force chemotherapy on innocent children suffering from cancer; pharma industry experiments resulting in brain damage and death; and poor people in developing countries being ‘duped’ into taking part in drug trials without realizing it; there remains much to be concerned about. But so long as there are enough of us who are committed to sharing the facts about these things as widely as possible, a better world will surely eventually emerge.

Permalink 22 January 2017

Read article on the Stanford University website (USA)

Eight billionaires 'as rich as world's poorest half'


The world's eight richest individuals have as much wealth as the 3.6bn people who make up the poorest half of the world, according to Oxfam.


Currently, there are around 200 million people in the world who don’t have a job. Moreover, even amongst those that do have a job, at least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day. To the billionaire stakeholders who control the current global financial system, unemployment and low wages are simply seen as necessary tools for maintaining profits.

But it doesn’t have to be like this as there are alternative approaches to economics and employment that would make a better, fairer world for everybody. The goal of these new approaches is to put an end to unemployment and ensure that everyone has the right to live a purposeful, dignified, and productive life.

To learn more about this important issue, visit the Work for All section of the Movement of Life website.

Permalink 21 January 2016

Read article on the BBC News website

Call for aged care to ‘deprescribe’ residents’ unnecessary medications


A Monash University and Resthaven research collaboration has found that aged care residents with multiple medications or complex drug regimens are more likely to be hospitalised than those without.


Older people taking multiple pharmaceutical drugs face a significantly greater risk of frailty, disability and death. Providing shocking evidence of the dangers of “polypharmacy”, research clearly shows that each additional medication added to a patient’s regimen is associated with a 22% higher risk of transitioning from a state of robust health to death. Inevitably, of course, the increasing health problems that result from multi-drug regimens are highly profitable to the pharma industry.

It would be bad enough if this situation had arisen by accident. However, the deliberate causing of health problems with drugs is one of the key strategies used by pharmaceutical companies to expand their markets. Far from being the ‘Mother Teresa’ industry that they try to portray themselves as, the modus operandi of drug makers is built on a deeply cynical combination of fraud and lies.

Permalink 20 January 2016

Read article on the Australian Ageing Agenda website

Failing to take multivitamins during pregnancy could set child back a year in school, study suggests


Failing to take multivitamins during pregnancy could set a child back by a year by the time they reach secondary school, a new study suggests.


Ensuring proper nutrition during pregnancy is vital for the developing fetus. Inadequate nourishment affects organ systems, birth weight, and even survival of the baby. Moreover, how the organs develop during pregnancy can determine how their growth continues after the baby’s birth.

Research clearly shows that pregnancy increases the demand for specific nutrients which may not necessarily be met through diet alone. Micronutrients such as vitamin C, lysine, proline, folic acid, and the B group of vitamins, among others, are essential for a healthy baby and for preventing complications during pregnancy. However, all supplementary micronutrients taken by expectant mothers should be synergistically combined. This is important to ensure, as not all nutritional supplements on the market are actually effective.

To learn more about the importance of micronutrients during pregnancy, read parts one and two of a special feature article on the website of the Dr. Rath Research Institute.

Permalink 19 January 2017

Read article in the Daily Telegraph (UK)

Big data shows how risk of heart disease impacts aging process


Researchers have identified 26 different predictive biomarker signatures to help determine how well a person is aging. A new study conducted by researchers at the Boston University Schools of Public Health and Medicine examined how levels of specific biomarkers can be combined to produce patterns to signify how well a person is aging and their risk for future aging-related diseases, including dementia and cardiovascular disease.


As Mirja Holtrop noted in a recent article, ageing is a natural process and part of the human condition. Accelerated ageing, however, is essentially a man-made disease and something that we have far more control over than many people realize.

Biologically speaking, it is entirely possible to be much younger than your chronological age. Your body is a self-repairing system and is designed to keep you fully functional for as long as you take proper care of it.

Through taking advantage of recent scientific findings in nutritional and Cellular Medicine, cardiovascular disease, cancer and other chronic health problems can be prevented and even reversed. To keep up-to-date on the latest cutting-edge developments in these areas, follow our Facebook page and subscribe to receive our weekly newsletters.

Permalink 18 January 2017

Read article at cardiovascularbusiness.com

Indigestion pills could triple stomach bug risk


A study has found that people who take proton pump inhibitors, a type of indigestion pill, are nearly four times as likely to be struck down by the food poisoning bug campylobacter.


A naïve person might imagine (or hope?) that pharmaceutical companies would surely be concerned about the side effects of the drugs they produce. However, the reality is the opposite of this in that one of the drug industry’s key strategies is to expand its markets through causing and creating diseases.

This deceptive strategy is based on the fact that pharmaceutical drugs don’t treat the root cause of diseases, they only treat the symptoms. Not only does this therefore result in the patient’s health problem simply being masked rather than properly treated, the problem is compounded by the fact that all drugs inevitably cause side effects. To make matters worse, the emergence of side effects often results in the patient then being prescribed still further drugs as a means of controlling them. And so it goes on. The inescapable consequence is a vicious circle where as more drugs are taken, ever more are required to control their side effects – and the higher are the profits made by the pharma industry.

The sooner the pharmaceutical “business with disease” can therefore be replaced with a proper preventative healthcare system, based on scientific breakthroughs in the areas of vitamin research and cellular health, the better it will be both for patients and national healthcare costs alike.

Permalink 18 January 2016

Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)

New study finds EPA and DHA omega-3s lower risk of coronary heart disease


EPA and DHA omega-3s reduce the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), according to results of a new, comprehensive meta-analysis published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings.


Throughout our lives, omega-3 fatty acids play vital roles in maintaining our health. Required for the proper functioning of the heart, brain, eyes and other organs, the omega-3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are particularly crucial as the human body can only manufacture them in limited amounts.

With research published by Harvard University in 2009 suggesting that omega-3 deficiency causes up to 96,000 deaths per year in the United States – thus making it the sixth biggest killer of Americans – ensuring you have an optimum supply of these essential fatty acids and incorporating them into a carefully balanced supplement regime may be one of the best things you can do towards enhancing and protecting your health.

Permalink 17 January 2017

Read article at medicalxpress.com

Heartburn drugs for pregnant mothers linked to baby asthma


Mothers who take heartburn medication during pregnancy may be putting their babies at a greater risk of developing asthma, new research has found.


Heartburn medications taken during pregnancy are far from being the only drugs that are linked to raising the risk of babies developing asthma. In another example, a study published in 2016 found evidence that mothers-to-be who take paracetamol increase the risk of their offspring developing asthma in childhood.

To learn how the micronutrient synergy approach can help control asthma, read this issue of the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s health information newsletter.

Permalink 17 January 2016

Read article in the Daily Telegraph (UK)

Meta-analysis: Vitamin D may improve type 2 diabetes lipid profile


Researchers from Iran’s Shahrekord University analyzed the results of 17 studies that compared an intervention group supplemented with vitamin D with a placebo-taking control group, and found that vitamin D improved serum levels of total cholesterol, triglycerides, and low-density lipoproteins.


Diabetes is the fastest growing disease in the world today. Over the last two decades, the number of people suffering from it has skyrocketed. In 2014 the total reached a staggering 422 million worldwide.

Type 2 diabetes has traditionally been seen by many physicians as a disease affecting older and overweight people. However, it is now becoming more frequently diagnosed in children and adults younger than 25 years of age, and in individuals who are not overweight. Characterized by an inability of the cells to respond to insulin and absorb glucose, thus resulting in abnormally high levels of glucose in the blood, conventional medicine considers the causes of this disease to be unknown.

As Dr. Rath has shown, however, the primary cause of type 2 diabetes is a long-term deficiency of certain vitamins and other essential nutrients in the millions of cells in the pancreas, the liver, the blood vessel walls, and other organs of the body. An optimum intake of these nutrients can therefore help prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes, as well as support the correction of existing diabetic conditions and their complications.

To understand how micronutrients support blood sugar metabolism, read this issue of the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s health information newsletter. To learn how diabetes can be eradicated naturally, visit the Cellular Health section of our Foundation website.

Permalink 16 January 2017

Read article at nutraingredients-usa.com

German vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel says break-up of EU no longer 'unthinkable'


Germany's insistence on austerity in the euro zone has left Europe more divided than ever and a break-up of the European Union is no longer inconceivable, German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel told Der Spiegel magazine.


In making this statement, German vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel joins a long list of senior politicians and bureaucrats who recognize that we are essentially now witnessing the beginning of the end for the dictatorial Brussels EU construct. In another recent example, in 2016 the Nobel-Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz openly stated that Europe is heading towards a "cataclysmic event" that could lead not only to the collapse of the euro currency but also the end of the Brussels EU itself. A former Chief Economist at the World Bank, Stiglitz believes that one more political event similar to the United Kingdom's recent Brexit vote is now all it would take to trigger these outcomes.

To learn how the demise of the Brussels EU will be the first step towards creating a better Europe, read this article on our Foundation website.

Permalink 15 January 2016

Read article on the Independent website (UK)

Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of chronic headache


Vitamin D deficiency may increase the risk of chronic headache, according to a new study from the University of Eastern Finland.


Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine approach is based on the principle that the primary cause of today’s most common chronic health problems is a long-term deficiency of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other specific nutrients. Clearly, therefore, the finding that vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of chronic headaches is very much in line with this understanding.

In contrast, orthodox medicine doesn’t target the root causes of health problems such as headaches. Instead, it focuses merely on treating the symptoms. The use of painkillers is a classic example of this. While they obviously have a place in acute medical situations, the fact is that painkillers are being vigorously and misleadingly promoted to patients as long-term solutions.

Chronic use of painkilling drugs such as paracetamol (acetaminophen) has been shown to raise the risk of heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, renal failure, gastrointestinal bleeding, and early death. Notably, therefore, in 2015, total global sales of painkillers amounted to over $56 billion. How many of the headaches that were treated with painkillers that year were actually caused by a vitamin D deficiency, we wonder?

Permalink 14 January 2017

Read article at medicalxpress.com

Modest increase in zinc intake may reduce 'wear and tear' on DNA


A modest 4 milligrams of extra zinc every day in the diet may reduce DNA strand breaks and improve levels of proteins involved in DNA repair, oxidative stress, and inflammation.


An essential trace element used by numerous enzyme systems in the body, a zinc deficiency can lead to growth disorders, skin diseases, and an increased susceptibility to infections. Notably, therefore, independent studies conducted in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and other countries have clearly shown that the levels of zinc and other micronutrients contained in our food have fallen substantially over the past few decades. Based on this scientific evidence, increasing our nutrient intake through a carefully chosen program of supplementation makes sense for people of all ages.

However, selecting the most effective forms of supplementation is not an easy task. This is especially the case considering that most of the nutritional supplements you find on health store shelves are either individual compounds or randomly combined ingredients that are selected according to marketing trends. Significantly, therefore, researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have introduced a new principle in modern nutrition. Based on the proper selection and correct combining of micronutrients, they call it the ‘micronutrient synergy’ approach. You can learn about it in this issue of the institute’s health information newsletter.

Permalink 13 January 2017

Read article at nutraingredients-usa.com

New study says Brussels EU should increase investment in organic agriculture


A major new study commissioned by the European Parliamentary Research Service says the Brussels EU should increase investment in organic agriculture and use it as a field ‘laboratory’ for the development of sustainable and healthy food production.


Notably, this study was commissioned by the European Parliamentary Research Service, the in-house research department and “think tank” of the Brussels EU Parliament. However, as interesting as the study is, it remains to be seen whether the dictatorial construct will pay any attention to it. After all, the track record of the Brussels EU regarding natural health approaches is hardly a good one. With it already being infamous for passing and enforcing restrictive regulations such as the so-called Food Supplements Directive, natural health advocates will understandably be skeptical as to whether the report’s recommendations will be acted on anytime soon.

Nevertheless, the fact remains that research is increasingly confirming the health benefits of organic food. In one particularly notable study published in 2015, scientists showed that switching from conventionally grown fruits and vegetables to produce grown organically, even just for a few days, significantly reduces the levels of pesticides in children's bodies. Examining 40 children between 3 and 6 years of age, the researchers found that an organic diet quickly lowered their levels of several pesticides by between one-quarter and one-half.

As Dr. Rath describes in the Barletta Declaration, in order to create a truly effective, preventive health care system we have to tear down the artificial barriers that exist between nutrition and health, as well as between medicine and agriculture. In this respect, the growing awareness regarding the higher micronutrient content of organic foods, and the crucial role organic farming can play in benefitting both our health and that of the environment, will go a long way towards making this happen.

Permalink 13 January 2017

Read article on the Natural Products website (UK)

CoQ10 supplementation shows benefits for liver cancer patients post-surgery


A 300mg daily coenzyme Q10 supplement significantly increased antioxidant capacity and reduced oxidative stress and inflammation levels post-surgery for patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) – the most common type of liver cancer.


This study, which utilizes Coenzyme Q-10, an important catalyst for the energy center of each cell, is simply one of many that demonstrate the safety and efficacy of natural approaches in the fight against cancer. As our independent online library of nutrition and natural health clearly illustrates, countless studies now prove that micronutrients are effective against cancers of the brain, breast, colon, esophagus, kidney and bladder, lung, pancreas, skin, stomach, and other organs.

In this respect, the work of Dr. Rath, Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki and scientists at the Dr. Rath Resesarch Institute is playing a leading role by pioneering a new direction in cancer research. Their approach shifts the primary focus from eliminating cancer cells to addressing a pathomechanism that is common to all cancers, namely, the degradation of the surrounding connective tissue. This mechanism – which can be controlled using micronutrients – is a precondition for cancer metastasis (the main cause of death from cancer); tumor growth; angiogenesis; and other key aspects of malignancy.

To learn more about the work of Dr. Rath and Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki in the area of cancer, read their groundbreaking book, Victory Over Cancer. Through empowering patients to take their own decisions about what is best for their health, the revolutionary Cellular Medicine information contained in this book is paving the way towards turning cancer into a manageable disease.

Permalink 12 January 2017

Read article at nutraingredients.com

Vitamin C & E supplements may protect against age-related brain declines: Study


Supplements of vitamin C and E may reduce the risk of cognitive decline, according to data from the Canadian Study of Health and Aging.


Studies show that vitamins and other micronutrients are effective in protecting not only against age-related brain decline, but even against serious cognitive decline such as that which occurs in Alzheimer’s disease. Because naturally occurring micronutrients cannot be patented, however, this knowledge has been hidden – and is even being obstructed – in the interests of the trillion-dollar-a-year pharmaceutical "business with disease".

Over the past decades, the influence of the pharmaceutical industry has permeated medical schools, the media, and politicians worldwide. But as awareness of the safety and effectiveness of micronutrients continues to grow, doctors, journalists, and politicians alike will eventually be forced to confront the reality that they have been misled. Like everybody else, they will learn that for cognitive decline, just as for many other health problems, natural preventive approaches now exist that are both safe and effective.

The bottom line is that slowly but surely, a new global healthcare system is becoming possible. If enough of us work hard enough towards this, it’s just a matter of time.

Permalink 11 January 2017

Read article at nutraingredients-usa.com

British health officials claim “dangerous fake health news” has “conquered Facebook


British health officials are claiming that the widespread circulation of so-called “fake health news” on social networks is misleading and potentially dangerous.


As the outcome of the recent U.S. presidential election reverberates around the world, the mass media is conducting a witch-hunt against so-called ‘fake news’ websites whose influence it claims affected the result. In manipulations reminiscent of the ‘Ministry of Truth’ in George Orwell’s classic novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, lists are being published of sites supposedly publishing fake stories; videos are lecturing us on how we can apparently spot them; and demands are being made for search engines and social media platforms to diminish their reach. Seemingly, after decades of producing dumbed-down fake news itself, the media is worried that its viewers and readers are beginning to turn away and think for themselves.

If you stop to think about it however, nowhere does the issue of truthful reporting have a greater impact on our lives and wellbeing than it does in the field of medicine. But when it comes to who we can really trust regarding information about health, for some years now the orthodox media has arguably been the least reliable source around.

In the area of cancer, despite over 8 million deaths occurring each year from this disease, the media continues to portray chemotherapy and radiotherapy as proven effective treatments. But what it isn’t telling you is that safe, non-toxic natural health approaches now exist that have been shown to block all key mechanisms that make cancer a deadly disease. Clearly, therefore, the more people become aware of these groundbreaking approaches, the more they will continue to turn away from the pro-pharma orthodox media and look towards alternative means of accessing science-based health information.

Permalink 10 January 2017

Read article on the Independent website (UK)

The Threat of New Strains of Tuberculosis


Of all the diseases that decimated emerging cities, tuberculosis was the worst. If an epidemic breaks out TB could make our progressive, innovation-driven society unsustainable.


Nearly one third of the world’s population is infected with the tuberculosis (TB) bacteria, even if they may not have any symptoms. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 8.6 million people had active illness and 1.3 million died from TB in 2012.

In developing countries, more than 90% of TB infections and deaths occur in young adults between the ages of 15-44. The death rate is expected to increase worldwide due to the fact that TB bacteria have developed resistance to almost all available treatment options. As such, new approaches to TB are desperately needed.

It is well known that malnutrition and deficiency of essential nutrients are major risk factors for tuberculosis and other bacterial or viral infections. Nevertheless, while antioxidants are proven to decrease infection rates and improve recovery, they are still not part of the standard TB treatment.

Notably, therefore, researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have conducted a clinical trial in 120 hospitalized patients with active pulmonary TB and investigated how a combination of specific micronutrients, taken along with standard TB treatment, affects the healing process. At the end of the trial period the patients taking micronutrients had significantly higher signs of healing, as seen on their chest X-rays and other parameters. Their cavity healing was almost 30% higher than that of the control group of patients who received only the standard treatment. Moreover, all (100%) of the patients in the group taking micronutrients tested negative to the TB bacteria while only 88% of the patients in the control group had a negative TB test.

To learn more about the clinical benefits of micronutrients in TB, read this issue of the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s health information newsletter.

Permalink 9 January 2017

Read article on The Wire website

Britain should be 'confident' about Brexit and quit Single Market, former Bank of England governor says


Britain should be "self-confident" about Brexit and Theresa May must "stop pretending" that the UK will still be a member of the Single Market, the former governor of the Bank of England has said.


The Brexit referendum result was a major shock to the Brussels EU. Not surprisingly, therefore, its political stakeholders are unable to accept that the British people have chosen to leave the dictatorial construct. In this situation they are seeking to either prevent them from doing so, or limit Britain’s departure to a so-called “soft” Brexit in which the country would remain a member of the ‘Single Market’ and not regain full economic control of over its affairs. Towards this goal, sections of the UK media are publishing regular propaganda that attempts to undermine the confidence of the British people and the belief that they can successfully determine their own economic future for themselves.

Fully aware of all this, former Bank of England governor Lord Mervyn King has previously publicly stated that the financial crisis afflicting Europe since 2009 is essentially the result of a “deliberate” act of policy. Highly critical of the destructive economic strategies of the Brussels EU, he predicts that, in order to free its weakest member countries from the strangulating combination of austerity measures and high unemployment they are suffering from, the euro currency zone will have to be dismantled. To learn more about Lord Mervyn King’s little-reported statements on these key issues, read this article.

Permalink 8 January 2016

Read article in the Daily Telegraph (UK)

Experts say using painkillers all the time is pointless and dangerous


A recent study says women who take paracetamol or ibuprofen twice a week for more than six years could be permanently damaging their hearing.


With even doctors underestimating the dangers of painkillers, it is hardly surprising that so many patients take them on a daily basis. As a result, in the case of paracetamol (acetaminophen), they unknowingly raise their risk of suffering heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, renal failure, gastrointestinal bleeding, and an early death.

The toxicity of paracetamol comes not from the drug itself but from one of its metabolites produced in the liver. This metabolic product combines with glutathione and other powerful antioxidants and depletes the body’s antioxidant pool. Such depletion exposes the body to free radical damage, thus increasing the risk of many other adverse effects associated with the drug. N-Acetyl Cysteine, a glutathione precursor, is the most common antidote given in cases of acetaminophen poisoning.

To learn how a specific combination of micronutrients including vitamin C, lysine, proline, N-acetyl-cysteine and others may reduce liver damage caused by over-the-counter painkillers, read this issue of the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s health information newsletter.

Permalink 7 January 2016

Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)

North Korea issues guidelines to prevent spread of bird flu


The North Korean government is increasingly concerned over the growing avian influenza (also known as bird flu) epidemic in East Asia, state-run media indicated.


People infected with the bird flu virus can suffer a wide variety of symptoms that range from mild to severe. These include eye irritation (conjunctivitis), fever, cough, sore throat, muscle aches, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. Severe respiratory problems can also occur, including serious pneumonia and neurologic changes.

Significantly, therefore, and as Dr. Rath pointed out in his March 2006 Open Letter published in the New York Times, should a global bird flu pandemic strike, currently promoted pharmaceutical options do not provide any effective answer. Moreover, given the high cost of some of these drugs, they are unaffordable to a great many countries.

In this situation, the most promising approach to tackling bird flu involves the use of micronutrients such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and plant polyphenols. To read about scientific research conducted by the Dr. Rath Research Institute that has successfully used such a combination of micronutrients against bird flu, read this issue of the institute’s health information newsletter.

Permalink 6 January 2017

Read article on the NK News website

Taking Fish Oil During Pregnancy Is Found to Lower Child’s Asthma Risk


Women who took fish oil during the last three months of pregnancy significantly lowered the risk that their children would develop asthma, a study in Denmark has found.


A condition marked by severe and recurrent bouts of coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath, asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases. Affecting 235 million people worldwide, the related deaths reach 180,000 per year.

There are multiple factors that can trigger an asthma attack; these include infection, inflammation, and allergic reaction to pollutants. In response to such irritants, the smooth muscle cells lining the air passages (bronchi) contract and restrict the airflow, thus resulting in difficulty in breathing.

Researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have conducted a clinical pilot study in asthma patients aged between 45 and 75 years old. The patients took a specific combination of micronutrients for a period of three months, during which time they were intermittently subjected to lung function tests. At the end of the three months all of the patients experienced increased lung capacity, with many of them recording almost double the lung capacity compared to their values before starting the trial. These results show that through simple micronutrient supplementation, millions of asthma sufferers can improve their symptoms without any risk to their health or the high costs of pharmaceutical drugs.

You can learn more about the Cellular Medicine approach to asthma in this issue of the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s health information newsletter.

Permalink 5 January 2017

Read article in the New York Times (USA)

The Angelina Jolie effect: 'Alarmingly high' rates of cancer patients are needlessly having both of their breasts removed, experts say


The number of breast cancer patients needlessly having both breasts removed because of Angelina Jolie is 'alarmingly high', scientists claim.


In recent years, following the example of US actress Angelina Jolie, so-called “preventive mastectomies” have been growing in popularity. Even when there is proven to be no cancer present in their breasts, women are being persuaded to undergo surgical removal in the hope of reducing the risk of the disease either developing or reoccurring in future.

As this Daily Mail newspaper article points out, however, the surgical removal of a breast unaffected by cancer has no effect on patient survival. This is hardly surprising, of course, as mastectomy does not address the chronic deficiencies of micronutrients that are the primary cause of cancer.

To learn about the scientific breakthrough revealing that specific micronutrients can inhibit the development, invasion and spread of cancer cells, visit the Victory Over Cancer website.

Permalink 4 January 2017

Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)

Heart disease that struck Carrie Fisher remains women's number one killer


Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher died at the age of 60 after reportedly suffering a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles.


While publicly mourning the untimely death of actress Carrie Fisher, the mass media has paid no attention to the fact that we already understand the underlying cause of heart disease. Based on Dr. Rath’s scientific discovery and research carried out at the Dr. Rath Research Institute, we now know that heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, and other cardiovascular problems are caused by a chronic deficiency of micronutrients.

The reason the media isn’t telling us the truth about heart disease is quite simple: doing so would destroy the cholesterol theory of heart disease and thus bring an end to the pharmaceutical industry’s multibillion dollar annual sales in patented cholesterol-lowering statin drugs.

To learn the facts about the natural prevention and control of heart disease, read Dr. Rath’s classic book, Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks…But People Do!

Permalink 3 January 2017

Read article on the International Business Times website

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