Proceeds to benefit accelerate brain cancer cure


Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Big Couple Of Days

After Justin appeared on National TV last Friday, he was determined to shoot alot of hoops to put a dent in his quest. Justin, his brothers and cousins shot 750 baskets from Saturday through Tuesday. That was a great accomplishment. Back to school today as Spring Break ended. Justin was excited to see all his friends at school.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Friedlanders,

I want to tell you about a book I recently found which was published in 2007 and that I thought you would be interested in. The paragraphs below have been taken from an email I sent to a medical student who had been diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor. I reviewed the book hastily and sent some highlights of the book to him, because it appeared that he needed the information quickly. I hope this information will be useful to you, too. I found the book on Amazon at a reasonable price. Here are excerpts from that email:

In 1995, I found a book entitled, The Cure For All Diseases, an earlier book by Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D., an independent researcher. At that time, after reading the first twenty pages of the book, I became convinced that her research was based on hard science, which is what I have always looked for. I also bought three of her other books, but, in the past few years, I hadn’t really kept current on her ongoing research.

However, I have just bought her most recent book which she published in 2007. It is entitled, The Cure and Prevention of All Cancers. (ISBN: 978-1-890035-58-7) Although I haven’t had a chance to read much of it yet, from the little that I have read, it looks like she is light-years ahead of where she was in the mid-nineties---and, even at that time, she was having good success in getting people well from cancer.

She discusses how she found that all cancers start in the brain and explains how they start in one small region. She goes on to explain how they become malignant along a chain of events, which she further elaborates upon.

One example of her findings is on page 339. She says she found that 100% of cancer patients are drinking the same kind of water and that it is very different from the water healthy people are drinking, and that it is contaminated with polonium. She explained that there are two methods for disinfecting the public water supply: chlorine gas (which is not a problem) and the other method is with bleaches. She says that, unfortunately, in the bleach method they use, the bleach is like Chlorox instead of food-grade bleach, as it should be.

She wrote that in 1999 her highest priority was to get all her cancer patients to switch to the water without the Chlorox-type bleach in it. She said that she got better results than expected and that those who made the switch all got well. At that point, it brought her success rate for curing cancers to 95%. Now, however, she says she has closer to 100% success rate, because of the discovery of polonium as a contaminant and how to trace it to its source. She said, "What used to take 3 weeks in the past now only takes 2 weeks...because each tumor can now be tracked to its polonium source".

She explained on page 37 that the reason polonium is not found as a pollutant in the water supply is because the water is only tested for uranium and radon, which break down rather quickly into the lighter elements (like polonium) but that they are, nevertheless, still radioactive.

In the front of her book, she says that her therapy won’t interfere with current medical therapies, because she’s not adding factors in. Her findings show that taking away certain factors stop the cancer. She encourages the readers with cancer to discuss her therapies of “removing the causes [of the cancer] with noninvasive methods” with their oncologists.

I wish you well. -Ann

P.S. Here is her biography from the back cover of the book:

Hulda Regehr Clark began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, where she was awarded the Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, and the Master of Arts, with a High Honors major in biology. After two years of study at McGill University, she attended the University of Minnesota, studying biophysics and cell physiology. She received her doctorate in 1958. In 1979 she left government-funded research and began private consulting and her own research.

April 10, 2010 at 10:02 PM  

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