Dr Kevin Conners Discusses Cancer/Rife Treatment at the Conners Clinic

August 18th, 2019

Dr. Kevin Conners, D.PSc., FICT, FAARFM is the Staff Physician and Clinic Director at Conners Clinic, an Alternative Cancer Treatment center in St Paul, MN. He graduated with his doctorate from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1986 and has been studying alternative cancer care for over 18 years. He also holds AMA Fellowships and Board Certifications in Anti-Aging Medicine, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, Botanical Medicine, and is Board Certified in Integrative Cancer Therapy.

Dr. Conners is also certified in Functional Neurology, has had over 300 hours postgraduate study in the Autism Spectrum Disorders, and is trained and certified in Epigenetic Clinical Methylation and Nutrigenomics. He is a practicing Applied Kinesiologist with an emphasis on Botanical Medicine and Homeopathy. He has written numerous books including “Stop Fighting Cancer and Start Treating the Cause” that is available as a free download at ConnersClinic.com/books.  More information is available at: www.connersclinic.com 

New study finds optimistic people sleep better and longer.

August 14th, 2019

A new study published in the journal Behavioral Medicine concluded that young and middle aged adults who are most optimistic tend to be better sleepers. Over 3,500 subjects age 32 to 51 from 4 major cities in the USA were included in the sample. In the study optimism was measured using a 10-item survey which asked them to rate on a 5 point scale how much they agreed with positive statements such as “I’m always optimistic about my future” and included negatively worded sentences such as “I hardly expect things to go my way.” Scores on the survey questionaire ranged from six (least optimistic) to 30 (most optimistic). Subjects completed the survey two times  five years apart. Questions included overall sleep quality and duration during the past month, symptoms of insomnia, difficulty falling asleep,and the number of hours of actual sleep they obtained. A subset of the study  wore activity monitors for three consecutive nights including two week nights and one weekend night. The monitors were worn two time one year apart.

Researchers reported “Results from the study revealed a significant associations between optimism and various characteristics of self reported sleep  after adjusting for a wide range of variables, including socio-demographic characteristics, health conditions and depressive symptoms.”  They found that with each standard deviation increase regarding optimism scores there was a 78% higher odds of reporting very good sleep quality. In addition, those who had greater levels of optimism were more likely to report they got adequate sleep usually six to nine hours nightly and were also 74% more likely to report no symptoms of insomnia and to report less daytime sleepiness. A 2016 study found that about 1/3 of adults in the USA fail to get adequate sleep increasing their risk of chronic illnesses. Researchers stated “The lack of healthy sleep is a public health concern, as poor sleep quality is associated with multiple problems, including higher risks of obesity, hypertension and all cause mortality.” “Dispositional optimism–the belief that positive things will occur in the future-has emerged as a psychological asset of particular salience for disease-free survival and superior health.” These findings bolster previous findings of the researchers in which they found optimists ages 45 to 84 were twice as likely to have ideal heart health than those will least optimism.

Sandra Biskind discusses Codebreaker and How to Unlock the Best Version of You.

August 11th, 2019

Sandra Biskind is a global thought leader, international speaker, spiritual mentor and #1 bestselling author.

She has a unique gift to identify and eradicate the unconscious programs that undermine success—instantly amplifying her client’s ability to live freely and thrive.

Sandra and her husband Daniel created a multi-global award-winning retreat in New Zealand, named the World’s Best Luxury Coastal Hotel in 2010.

Sandra Biskind offers a rare combination of business savvy, transformational leadership and soul enrichment. With her down-to-earth wisdom coupled with her multidimensional gifts, she creates profound sustainable shifts.

Sandra is committed to working with leaders who are passionate about attaining the next level of success and making a global impact.

“Known for solving unsolvable problems”, Jack Canfield said, “She is a profound healer, trainer, speaker and author who does some incredible transformational work. I’ve experienced her work and found it truly life changing — so much so I had her work with my entire staff with magical results. She has an amazing ability to shift energy and remove unconscious blocks on very deep levels.

Her unconditional love, joy and radiance fills the room. She is the real deal and I highly recommend her and her work.” — Jack Canfield.

Using her unprecedented laser-like techniques, Sandra takes the brakes off your unconscious, freeing you to accelerate into the thrilling experience of a life without limits.

Her latest book written with her husband Daniel is Codebreaker: Discover the Password to Unlock the Best Version of You. About the book they say:

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Law of Attraction masters and experts acknowledge that limiting beliefs routinely sabotage successful use of this universal law, continually frustrating the efforts of people to manifest their hearts’ desires.

Even after dozens of personal growth trainings and huge investments in coaching and therapy often unconscious beliefs persist in undermining people’s highest goals and aspirations.

These often show up as “unsolvable problems” — patterns that repeat and can’t seem to be broken.

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Cancer-capable Cells Promoted by Low Dose Radiation

August 7th, 2019

 

A new mouse study published in Cell Stem Cell concluded that low doses of radiation equilavent to three CT scans, which are considered safe, give cancer-capable cells a competative advantage over normal cells and promotes their spread. It increased the number of cells with mutations in p53, a well-known genetic change associated with cancer. When they gave the mice anti-oxidants before radiation it promoted the growth of healthy cells that outcompeted and replaced the p53 mutant cells.  It is known that we all have cancer-capable cells in our healthy tissue including those with p53 and these increase with age. However, few eventually form cancer.

Researchers gave mice N-Acetyl Cysteine, an over the counter antioxidant, before exposing them to the same level of radiation and discovered it gave normal cells a boost to outcompete and eradicate the p53 mutant cells.  However, antioxidants alone without exposure to radiation did not help normal cells overcome mutant ones.  Researchers said “Giving mice an anti-oxidant before exposing them to low doses of radiation gave healthy cells the extra boost needed to fight  against the mutant cells in the esophagus and make them disappear. However, we don’t know the effects this therapy would have in other tissues-it could help cancer-capable cells elsewhere become stronger.  What we do know is that long term use of antioxidants alone is not effective in preventing cancer in people, according to the study.”

Research Reports Replacing Red Meat in your Diet with Plant Protein reduces Cardiovascular Risk.

July 31st, 2019

A new study published in the journal Circulation concluded that replacing red meat with healthy plant protein in your diet led to decreases in risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The researchers said “Previous findings from randomized controlled trials evaluating the effects of red meat on cardiovascular risk factors have been inconsistent. But our new study, which makes specific comparisons between diets high in red meat versus diets in other types of foods, shows that substituting red meat with high-quality protein sources leads to more favorable changes in cardiovascular risk factors.”

Data for this first mega, randomized controlled trial included data from 36 randomized controlled trials involving 1,803 subjects. Groups were compared between those who ate red meat and those who ate more of other types of foods such as chicken, fish, carbohydrates, or plant protein including legumes, soy, or nuts and looked at blood concentrations of cholesterol, triglycerides, lipoproteins, and blood pressure–all risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The study found that when diets with red meat were compared with all other types of diets combined, there were no significant differences in total cholesterol, lipoproteins, or blood pressure, but diets higher in red meat did lead to higher tryglyceride concentrations. However, when researchers compared diets higher in high-quality plant protein sources (legumes,. soy, nuts ) with red meat, there were lower levels of both total and LDL (bad) cholesterol in the group eating high-quality plant protein. These results are consistent  with long term epidemiological studies that show a lower risk of heart attacks when groups eating nuts and other plant source proteins are compared with those eating red meat. The researchers believe the inconsistencies in previous studies may have resulted from the types of comparison diets compared with red meat  and suggest further research focus on specific types of protein. Researchers said “Is red meat good or bad?” is not a good question. Studies need to look at comparisons of red meat to something else. They say if you replace burgers with cookies or fries, you dont get healthier. But replacing red meat with healthy plant protein sources is beneficial in terms of reducing cardiovascular risk factors.

Dr Gaston Cornu-Labat discusses BEC-a non-invasive very successful treatment for Skin Cancers.

July 28th, 2019

Holistic and Integrative Physician and Surgeon, Gastón Cornu-Labat, MD graduated from Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1991. He obtained his specialty title in general surgery from Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine in Youngstown, Ohio in 2001 to then specialize in liver and pancreatic surgery at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington and became a member of the Pancreas Club, Inc.
Licensed over the past decades in the states of Ohio, Nebraska, Washington, and Texas, after years in academic surgery leading research, numerous publications and international presentations in diverse fields pertaining to his specialty, Dr. Gaston shifted in his career into the study and understanding of the human experience as a whole in all that relates to health and disease, and practiced as a rural surgeon in the US mid-west. He incorporated this understanding into his medical and surgical practice.
As a Holistic and Integrative medical practitioner, he later apprenticed to Jonathan V. Wright, MD and his team at the Tahoma Clinic in Seattle, WA building extensive expertise in natural, nutritional and antiaging medicine, to then serve as a practitioner at said clinic for 5 years. He also participated in numerous seminars for non-pharmacological pain management based on the technique discovered and developed by Dr. Stephen Kaufman, DC, Pain Neutralization Technique (PNT). Dr. Gastón authored with Dr. Kaufman’s contributions the book “PNT, An Unprecedented Revolution in Pain Management.” With this extensive knowledge base and experience he focused his practice in Integrative Oncology.
One of the featured experts at the documentary series “The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest” in 2015, Dr. Gastón was also a featured speaker at the TTAC Live Symposium in 2016. He has participated in other documentaries, radio shows and media productions educating the public.
In February 2017 he joined the Hope 4 Cancer family as Chief Medical Advisor, bringing to the table a unique combination of knowledge and experience ranging from traditional medicines to conventional allopathic, and alternative and complementary healing modalities to the Tijuana and Cancun clinics in Mexico. As an integral part of the executive team, he contributed to develop and monitor success of treatment protocols and the educational programs for H4C staff doctors and nurses. He also supervised and managed complex patient cases.
At present, Dr Gaston is focused on research and development of cutting edge natural oncologic protocols for effective management of cancers.

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Breast Cancer May be Spread in an Unhealthy Gut.

July 26th, 2019

 

A new study at the University of Virginia reported in medicalxpress.com concluded that an unhealthy gut promotes the spread of breast cancer more quickly to other parts of the body by making the cancer cells more aggressive and invasive. Researchers found that disrupting the microbiome of mice caused hormone receptor-positive breast cancer cells to become more aggressive and spread. Researchers said that predicting whether hormone receptive-positive breast cancers will metastasize or not is affected by a variety of factors. “One of them is having a high level of immune cells called macrophages present within the tissue.” She continued “There have also been studies that have demonstrated that increased amounts of structural protein collagen in the tissue and tumor also lead to increased breast cancer metastasis.” Researchers concluded that having an unhealthy microbiome before breast cancer increases both and their effect is powerful and sustained.
Although the researchers used antibiotics to disturb the mice’s natural gut bacteria they emphasis antibiotics are not dangerous and should not be avoided by women, if needed, and more research is needed to establish if there is a link between chronic antibiotic use and cancer outcome. It is hope that as a result of this research doctors can manipulate the microbiome to benefit patients with breast cancer. Some things that may be useful include “A healthy diet, high in fiber, along with exercise, sleep—all of those things that contribute to positive overall health.”

Glioblastoma Research Shows Tumor Cell Death in Cell and Animal Studies Using Antihistamines.

July 17th, 2019

A new study published in EMBO Molecular Medicine Journal concluded that “antihistamines and other drugs that increase the permeability of the lysomal membrane can be considered as an enhancing therapy for patiets with glioblastoma alongside established treatments.” In the research they found that “glioblastoma cells depend upon the expression of a gene which produces the MDGI protein (small fatty acid binding protein). Inhibiting of this gene results in the death of the tumor cells.” The absence of MDGI causes instability in the membranes of lysosomes, cleaning organelles found inside tumor cells, and in turn, resulting in the leakage of acidic and proteolytic enzymes contained in the lysosomes into the cytoplasm, initiating cell death. Reasearchers said their research “demonstrates that MDGI  is a key factor regulating and maintaining the structure of the lysosomal membrane. This is the first gene found to regulate the stability of the membrane.”  Their results are especially interesting because they found that cell death caused by leakage in the lysosomes of glioblastoma can be activated by using drugs that cross the blood-brain barrier” and in this study they used the antihistamine clemastine.

In cell cultures the antihistamine in lysosome-initiated cell death in glioblastoma cells were at concentrations that has no significant effect on healthy cells of different types.  In mouse models it was effective in reducing the spread of brain tumors and improving the survival rates of the animals. In the most invasive brain tumor model, the antihistamine resulted in the disappearance of the entire tumor.

 

 

 

Researchers Identify which prostate cancers are lethal before surgery.

July 15th, 2019

Researchers report a new analytical method to improve the detention of lethal prostate cancer. Based upon a small scale biopsy sample the method promises more accurately identifying men who need surgery from those who do not. Despite the large number of yearly prostate cancer cases 98.6% will be alive 5 years following diagnosis according to the National Cancer Institute. Even though it may not be lethal many men die because it is so common.

Researchers carried out a pilot study testing a new way of pinpointing the minority of patients who have aggressive prostate cancer at the time of diagnosis which usually determines whether or not they will have surgery. Results were encouraging. Current procedures use a diagnostic biopsy. in which a needle is inserted into the organ at various locations, sometimes guide4d bu MRI and ultrasound.  The new method to augment pre-surgery results uses advanced genomic tools to analyze what doctors call “biopsy cores” .  In standard diagnostic biopsies. the tissue collected in these cones, usually a dozen, is examined and assigned an overall grade called a Gleason score, based on changes in glandular architecture.core of 6 or lower is usually interpreted as a cancer that is slow growing or “indolent.” However, some men with borderline Gleason scores undergo surgery and are found to have aggressive cancers. At other times men with high Geason scores may be found to have indolent cancers when surgery is performed.

Dr Michael Greger/Plant Based Diet and Marc Mallat/Dimensional Awareness Process

July 14th, 2019

A founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Michael Greger, MD, is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. He has lectured at the Conference on World Affairs, testified before Congress, and was invited as an expert witness in the defense of Oprah Winfrey in the infamous “meat defamation” trial. In 2017, Dr. Greger was honored with the ACLM Lifestyle Medicine Trailblazer Award. He is a graduate of Cornell University School of Agriculture and Tufts University School of Medicine. His latest book How Not to Die became an instant New York Times Best Seller. He has videos on more than 2,000 health topics freely available at NutritionFacts.org, with new videos and articles uploaded every day. All proceeds he receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements is all donated to charity. More information is available at: https://drgreger.org/  

Marc Mallat is a transpersonal psychotherapist, corporate trainer, and creator of the groundbreaking therapeutic healing process – the Dimensional Awareness Process. He has over 30 years of experience in personal development training, acquiring “hands-on” knowledge and practical expertise in several different types of psychotherapies, healing and behavioral change methods. He has dedicated himself to intense “inner work” and continuous, never-ending improvement. Mallat is the CEO of Progressions Group—a company specialized in classical corporate trainings, life coaching, personal development, transpersonal psychotherapy, and energetic healing modalities. More information available at: www.progressionsgroup.com

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