The New Direction in Cancer Therapy
By Walter Last. To avoid death from cancer, we need to prevent inflammation by stabilising and then only gradually eliminating tumours with a combination of oral alkalising, antimicrobial treatments, proteolytic enzymes and periods of raw-food fasting.
By Dr Mae-Wan Ho. The mind–body divide has been breached in conventional western medicine, thanks to new research findings in molecular genetics which not only bridge mind and body but also East and West.
By Dr Lawrence Broxmeyer. The Ebola virus ravaging several West African nations has striking similarities with two strains of tuberculosis that are just as deadly and cause Ebola-like symptoms. Health authorities deny this link and don't consider it in the design of diagnostic tests.
By Jenny Hawke. Sleeping on a bed inclined at five degrees has great benefits for circulation, metabolism and the immune system. It can also ease a range of conditions from Alzheimer's, diabetes and glaucoma to migraines, multiple sclerosis and varicose veins.
By Richard Malter. Silver has a long history of use as an antimicrobial. Now, an internal infection can be targeted via a silver-nylon conductive cloth placed on the skin and charged positive via a stimulator device, resulting in the flow of an ultra-low direct current of silver ions.
By Bevis Beauvais. The materialist, reductionist model based on Newton's scientific theories is being replaced by a new paradigm that incorporates holographic reality and the variables of mind and consciousness while acknowledging that we are all cosmically connected.