Why There’$ No $uch Thing A$ A Cure For Cancer: Research Is Big Bucks, But Once The Research Ends, So Does The Gravy Train It seems like there is some new miracle breakthrough cure or treatment for something every day. But if you watch closely, you may notice a pattern: one disease remains steadfast in its horror, damage and ability to destroy lives no matter how much research we through at it.… Read the rest
New Cancer Study On Simple Way To Cut Risk: Eating Your Fruits And Veggies As A Kid May Greatly Reduce Chances Of Cancer Later There are some tidbits of wisdom we can thank our mothers for, even if we didn’t want to hear them at the time. Take vegetables. There are very few kids who really like them, or fruit either for that matter.… Read the rest
Childhood Cancer Can Be Overcome With A Double Stem Cell Transplant, According To Breakthrough New Study There are few things more cruel in this world than a child with cancer. Granted, no one should have to suffer from the ravages of the disease, no matter what age they are. But to see a child struck down with cancer is especially horrifying, at least to anyone who has a heart.… Read the rest
That’s One Kind Of Test You Don’t Want To Ace: 100 Percent Of California Wines Tested Positive For Cancer-Causing Glyphosate Everyone had those certain subjects in school, the ones where you would take tests and, no matter how much you studied, you could only pray you might get lucky and hit something like 75 percent. These are tests where a 100 would be cause for celebration.… Read the rest
Shocking Rate Of Glyphosate Found In Urine Tests Of 48 Members Of European Parliament–100 Percent Of Those Who Were Tested. Recently a group of members of the European Parliament volunteered to take a urine test to see if glyphosate was in their system, and the results were illuminating to say the least. The ubiquitous herbicide that was recently designated by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer as “probably carcinogenic to humans” has recently been found in German beer, California wine and a host of food products.… Read the rest
A new study shows that there is strong evidence that women who use talcum powder are at an increased risk of ovarian cancer. Published on the heels of a $72 million lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson over a woman’s death due to ovarian cancer after using their baby powder for years, the landmark study shines a light on what many in the medical community have been saying for years.… Read the rest
It’s been five years since the Fukushima disaster, and nuclear isotopes are washing up on US shores in increasing amounts. Will India be the next source of nuclear calamity? The nuclear reactor down the street from where you live? When will we learn? When will be compel the Nuclear Industry, world-wide, to develop and use real technologies that can actually clean up the mess once and for all? Take Action Here: http://TinyURL.com/FukushimaHope.
Fukushima Fifth Anniversary Commemoration “I’m looking forward to hearing from people like M. Murata, former Japanese ambassador to Switzerland, known as “The Conscience of Fukushima” along with a powerful lineup of people with plans – and capacity – to remediate Fukushima and ameliorate the vast and accelerating harm emanating from this horrifying tragedy.” Major General Albert N. Stubblebine III (US Army, Ret.)… Read the rest
HPV Vax Unsafe and Unnecessary In a report circulating the Internet the Human Papillomavirus vaccine has been accused of being unsafe. The report suggests, “HPV… is a sexually transmitted infection that can be caused by over 100 different viral strains. Very few strains actually contribute to cancer or cause genital warts and almost all of them clear up on their own.… Read the rest
In a huge blow to Monsanto, a French court has declared that French professor Gilles-Eric Séralini was in fact right when he claimed that GMO foods fed to rats caused tumors. The original article outlining the study was pulled from the journal Food and Toxicology, but only after fierce, ugly warfare being waged against the journal and Séralini by--you guessed it--Monsanto.