The Big Business of Cancer

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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 2:28 pm » by Truthseekerx


The cancer business is second only, in size, to its big brother, petrochemicals. Big Pharma and the medical industry have a huge interest in keeping cancer around... and growing. Their profitable and ineffective approach to "treating" cancer is evidence enough.

Stanislaw Burzynski, M.D., Ph.D., has developed an effective, personal approach to treating cancer based on the individual's unique genetic expression. Here are some clips from a movie made about his approach:


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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 2:47 pm » by Iceblue999


You know, I've just recently moved into a new house and I've been forced to watch the Television whilst waiting for the lazy f*ckers at O2 to reconnect my internet.
Now, every other advert during the commercial breaks was about cancer, I mean surly hearing about it every few minutes is going to affect a number of people. It's a slow brain washing technique, by constantly being subjected to the suggestion that 1 in 5 will die from some form of cancer, you will no doubt start to worry and think about it a lot.
So, if the law of attraction is correct, then just by hearing those words over and over you will no doubt cause a cancer to develop, you will cause it to happen?
Is anyone else with me on this?

I mean something similar happened with me and my hair! Whilst travelling to work by tube, I started to notice that all the advertisements where about hair loss. After a while, all I did was notice the people around me that had thinning hair, there were even a lot of younger women that seemed to be loosing their hair. Then to my horror, my hair started falling out rather fast! Was this due to the fact that I was thinking about it all the time because of the advertisements?
Then just as fast as they had appeared all the advertisements disappeared, but that did not stop me worrying about it. It affected me for over a year, only now has my hair seemed to repair itself and more importantly my mind is now at rest.
One observation I made about all the advertisements, were the fact the the background was always blue. I believe that certain colours have an influence with how we remember things.

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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 3:44 pm » by Truthseekerx


iceblue999 wrote:You know, I've just recently moved into a new house and I've been forced to watch the Television whilst waiting for the lazy f*ckers at O2 to reconnect my internet.
Now, every other advert during the commercial breaks was about cancer, I mean surly hearing about it every few minutes is going to affect a number of people. It's a slow brain washing technique, by constantly being subjected to the suggestion that 1 in 5 will die from some form of cancer, you will no doubt start to worry and think about it a lot.
So, if the law of attraction is correct, then just by hearing those words over and over you will no doubt cause a cancer to develop, you will cause it to happen?
Is anyone else with me on this?

I mean something similar happened with me and my hair! Whilst travelling to work by tube, I started to notice that all the advertisements where about hair loss. After a while, all I did was notice the people around me that had thinning hair, there were even a lot of younger women that seemed to be loosing their hair. Then to my horror, my hair started falling out rather fast! Was this due to the fact that I was thinking about it all the time because of the advertisements?
Then just as fast as they had appeared all the advertisements disappeared, but that did not stop me worrying about it. It affected me for over a year, only now has my hair seemed to repair itself and more importantly my mind is now at rest.
One observation I made about all the advertisements, were the fact the the background was always blue. I believe that certain colours have an influence with how we remember things.

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Exactly. Thoughts can create reality and if your thoughts start programming "maybe I have cancer" then it can manifest. The opposite is true too for those who do have cancer. Programming ones thoughts to believe that their cancer is "going away" is helpful. The Russians have a lot of evidence behind the power of visualization because their Olympic athletes have been using it since the 60s... to their advantage.
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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 3:45 pm » by Drjones


iceblue999 wrote:You know, I've just recently moved into a new house and I've been forced to watch the Television whilst waiting for the lazy f*ckers at O2 to reconnect my internet.
Now, every other advert during the commercial breaks was about cancer, I mean surly hearing about it every few minutes is going to affect a number of people. It's a slow brain washing technique, by constantly being subjected to the suggestion that 1 in 5 will die from some form of cancer, you will no doubt start to worry and think about it a lot.
So, if the law of attraction is correct, then just by hearing those words over and over you will no doubt cause a cancer to develop, you will cause it to happen?
Is anyone else with me on this?

I mean something similar happened with me and my hair! Whilst travelling to work by tube, I started to notice that all the advertisements where about hair loss. After a while, all I did was notice the people around me that had thinning hair, there were even a lot of younger women that seemed to be loosing their hair. Then to my horror, my hair started falling out rather fast! Was this due to the fact that I was thinking about it all the time because of the advertisements?
Then just as fast as they had appeared all the advertisements disappeared, but that did not stop me worrying about it. It affected me for over a year, only now has my hair seemed to repair itself and more importantly my mind is now at rest.
One observation I made about all the advertisements, were the fact the the background was always blue. I believe that certain colours have an influence with how we remember things.

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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 5:19 pm » by Iceblue999


Thanks for Dr. Jones, very informative. Will spread this about.

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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 5:25 pm » by Drjones


iceblue999 wrote:Thanks for Dr. Jones, very informative. Will spread this about.

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No problem mate, :hiho: to the site!!
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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 5:38 pm » by Truthseekerx


Excellent video, drjones. Thanks for posting it. :flop:
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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 6:00 pm » by Truthseekerx


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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 6:35 pm » by Santaownsyou


My nephew died in Feb. of this year from an inoperable brain tumor, it was the craziest thing in the world to watch he and my family as we all went on this surreal journey from his diagnosis until his death. His treatment was only ever palliative care(from Latin palliare, to cloak). So all the radiation, the chemo, and steroids were meant to nothing other than to delay his death and nothing else. The doctors, at first, had said that some children had survived it, and once my sister and her ex-husband had chosen a treatment path to take, they began treatments. You see you had to chose between experimental studies and traditional chemo and radiation you could not do both. About six months later my sister and nephew came to stay with me for a long weekend so that he could see another specialist. This specialist told my sister that there was no way of my nephew surviving the cancer he had, and that everyone who was thought to have survived it was misdiagnosed. It just occurred to me at the time why all the false hope, however remote, in the beginning? I started to feel as if it was all designed to get the parents to sign up for the treatment. Like the hospital saw my nephew more as a paycheck than a patient.

When he was first diagnosed I saw him go from a vibrant 8 year old to some who could not walk in less than a week. Then the treatment started a he swelled up terribly from the steroids. He called himself "fat bastard" It just shows what a great sense of humor he had right up to the end. He was also a card shark, sometimes I thought vegas had taken him out because they never wanted him to gamble in their casinos. I digress...Then I saw him get almost back to the boy that he used to be, only to fall sick again some 5 months later. The last eight weeks of his life they started to give him some kind of injections that were supposed to delay his death that were $6,000 dollars each, every two weeks.

Near the end there was a really promising study that treated the tumor directly through a microscopic tube, but they wouldn't let him in because of the shots. At the end when he was in blinding pain they admitted him back to the hospital. My sister decided to donate his organs, but the thing is once he dies the death process begins immediately poisoning the organs. So they decided to have him stay in the hospital until they could arrange the donations on life support. I kind of got the feeling that he was being kept in an artificial coma during this time because you could get him to respond to questions by squeezing your hand or shaking his foot to answer. At another point the nurse said she was going to draw some blood and he shot his eyes open wildly. The organ donation lady or the "dragon lady" as I like to call her just seemed to hover over all of us while we were trying to say our good byes. She would start barking out orders like you can't sit own the edge of the bed while your holding his hand. Or you can't have this many people come to see him ,and so on, and so on. the most surreal part is when they actually picked a time for him to die, 6:00 pm they were going to wheel him into the operating room. The entire affair left a horrible taste in my mouth, not just the fact that my nephew died, i get that, people die. It was the process all along the way. He'll always have special place in my heart.

Now for the conspiratorial side of me, my nephew was treated at A.I. DuPont a childrens hospital on the family estate of the duponts. This place is so weird. The hospital started as a insane asylum for the dupont family. There is a large stone wall all the way around the hospital that has broken shards of glass embedded in the top of it. One of my older sisters was treated their in the early sixties for childhood arthritis, they wouldn't let my parents see her for a month and when they finally did they had cut off all her hair, which used to go all the way down her back.

When I was their with my nephew the hospital staff took his sibling to the dupont mansion to use it's bowling ally, when they got back my other nephew told me that they took them trough a long underground tunnel to the mansion. What a weird place.
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PostTue Aug 31, 2010 6:59 pm » by Santaownsyou


Just to add something, Why the hell would they have an underground tunnel from the hospital to the mansion? Then again it is the duponts were talking about, I guess nothing should surprise me.
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