In 2022, researchers have published articles in the medical literature reporting organ transplant failures in people who have recently received COVID-19 shots. These reports include corneal graft rejections and solid organ transplant failures involving the kidneys, livers, lungs, hearts and pancreas. Read more.
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Some of the most powerful medicines on the planet are masquerading around as foods and spices. While they do not lend themselves to being patented, nor will multi-billion dollar human clinical trials ever be funded to prove them efficacious, they have been used since time immemorial to both nourish our bodies, and to prevent and treat disease. Read more.
We report a liver cancer patient’s success with intravenous vitamin C, 70,000 mg twice weekly, coupled with chemotherapy. Following a 65 year old male’s diagnosis of stage four colon cancer and a partial bowel resection, scans revealed a tumor in the left lobe of the liver (Feb 23, 2022): 6.5 cm x 4.3 cm. The patient received 5FU chemotherapy, which although generally regarded as palliative for bowel cancer, is not considered curative. Indeed, both the patient’s oncologists told him that his condition was not curable and he might expect to live two years with treatment. 5FU is even less effective, if effective at all, against liver carcinoma. This prognosis motivated the patient to begin intravenous vitamin C treatments, starting at 20 grams (20,000 milligrams) and working up to 70g (70,000 mg) twice weekly. Read more.
Independent scientists have long understood the unacceptable health risks of the pesticide atrazine. A trove of well-documented research has linked the endocrine-disrupting weedkiller to birth defects, low sperm counts, and fertility problems. So, it’s not surprising that the herbicide notorious for sticking around on landscapes and waterways long after it’s applied is now banned or being phased out in 44 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. Read more.
For millions of underserved children, school meals are the only meals they consume. School lunches contain many GM crop ingredients such as corn, soy, and sugar from sugar beets and are processed with GM oils such as canola and soybean oil. Most genetically modified crops are engineered to withstand toxic chemicals such as glyphosate, glufosinate, dicamba, and many more harmful chemicals. Read more.
Many cosmetic and personal care products contain talc, which has been linked to cancer. Here’s how you can protect yourself. Action Alert! Recently, Johnson & Johnson announced it would stop selling talc-based baby powder globally; following a 2020 decision by the company to stop selling these products in the US and Canada. This stems from thousands of people suing J&J, alleging that their talc-based powder products caused cancer. The fact is that many other cosmetic and personal care products contain talc, so consumers need to be on their guard if they want to avoid exposure to this substance. Read more.
Wireless headphones, like Apple’s popular AirPods, could be dangerous to human health, according to a petition signed by 250 scientists.1 The devices, which include not only AirPods but also other wireless Bluetooth headphones, bring a new level of function and convenience to those looking to listen to music, podcasts, audio books and more while on the go. Read more.
500 trucks pass through one Newark intersection in an hour. Kids are paying the price. Air pollution has decreased in the U.S. over the past decade — but not everyone is breathing easier. Read more.
An in-depth Politico report shows how powerful non-governmental organizations wielded incredible influence in shaping the global response to the COVID pandemic—with almost no oversight. The report notes that four global non-governmental organizations, all with ties to Bill Gates—the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, Gavi, and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI)—took on the role often played by national governments, except they aren’t accountable to democratic institutions. Read more.
A box full of genetically modified mosquitoes successfully vaccinated a human against malaria in a trial funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The study involved about 200 hungry mosquitos biting a human subject’s arm. Human participants placed their arms directly over a small box full of the bloodsuckers. Read more.