Category Archives: Cancer Research

Propolis: “in Defence of The City”

Where would we be without bees? As far as important species go, they are top of the list. They pollinate 70 of the 100 crop species that feed 90% of the world. Honey bees are responsible for $30 billion a … Continue reading

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Reflections

Yesterday I went for a checkup at Bedford Hospital’s ENT department. I met with the two surgeons most familiar with my case, who always gently recommend chemotherapy and radiation, which I, equally gently, always refuse. This time they both observed … Continue reading

Posted in 911, Bedford Chemtrails, Bedfordshire, Cancer, Cancer Research, Chemotherapy, Colton Kilgore, David Keith, FieldWork QuantWork, Fresco, Government Shills, Immune System, Ken Caldeira, Metabunk Syndrome, Mick West, NATO Chemtrails, Renee Fielding | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 10 Comments

Chemical Nation

Interesting to read that the American Academy of Neurology say chemotherapy is now known to destroy brain function: Studies in breast cancer patients find rates of chemo brain ranging between 17 and 75 percent. [One study of 42 women found] … Continue reading

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By the Heroes and Villains

I’ve been in this town so long that back in the city I’ve been taken for lost and gone And unknown for a long long time Heroes and Villains  Brian Wilson/Van Dyke Parks February 2014’s Scientific American contains a very … Continue reading

Posted in Biology, Cancer, Cancer Research, Cancer: A Second Opinion, Cancer: The Problem and Solution, Chemotherapy, Dr Joanna Budwig, Evolution, Iain Carstairs | Tagged , , , , , , , | 11 Comments

The Santa Barbara Mission

According to its guidebook, the original Santa Barbara Mission in Southern California, established on the Feast of St Barbara, December 4, 1786 was the 10th of 21 such Californian Missions founded by the Spanish Franciscans, and built by skilled Mexican … Continue reading

Posted in American Cancer Society, American Medical Association, AstaZenica, Biology, Cancer, Cancer Research, Cancer: A Second Opinion, Chemotherapy, CNN, Dr Josef Issels, Iain Carstairs, Man-made molecules | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 15 Comments

We Who Are Twice Armed

I want to say a big thanks to everyone who wrote or offered their support and good wishes. It was much appreciated!  Because the worst thing about the word “cancer” is the reaction it can cause in those who project … Continue reading

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What They Don’t Tell You About Cancer

When I found myself with stage III squamous cell carcinoma, and in need of a year of drastic treatments, I was shaken enough to consume half a bottle of wine and the strongest espresso, to ponder my options.  As it … Continue reading

Posted in Aquired bacterial immunity to antibiotics, Biology, Cancer, Cancer Research, Chemotherapy, David S Goodsell, Designs in nature, Horizontal genetic transfer, Iain Carstairs | Tagged , , , , , , , | 35 Comments