Thursday, February 23, 2017

Autoimmune diseases


Autoimmune disease affects up to 50 million Americans, according to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA). An autoimmune disease develops when your immune system, which defends your body against disease, decides your healthy cells are foreign. As a result, your immune system attacks healthy cells. Depending on the type, an autoimmune disease can affect one or many different types of body tissue. It can also cause abnormal organ growth and changes in organ function.

There are as many as 80 types of autoimmune diseases. Many of them have similar symptoms, which makes them very difficult to diagnose. It’s also possible to have more than one at the same time. Autoimmune diseases usually fluctuate between periods of remission (little or no symptoms) and flare-ups (worsening symptoms). Currently, treatment for autoimmune diseases focuses on relieving symptoms because there is no curative therapy.

Autoimmune diseases often run in families, and 75 percent of those affected are women, according to AARDA. African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans also have an increased risk of developing an autoimmune disease.

In response to an unknown trigger, the immune system may begin producing antibodies that instead of fighting infections, attack the body's own tissues. Treatment for autoimmune diseases generally focuses on reducing immune system activity. Examples of autoimmune diseases include:

  • Rheumatoid arthritis. The immune system produces antibodies that attach to the linings of joints. Immune system cells then attack the joints, causing inflammation, swelling, and pain. If untreated, rheumatoid arthritis causes gradually causes permanent joint damage. Treatments for rheumatoid arthritis can include various oral or injectable medications that reduce immune system over activity.
  • Systemic lupus erythematosus (lupus). People with lupus develop autoimmune antibodies that can attach to tissues throughout the body. The joints, lungs, blood cells, nerves, and kidneys are commonly affected in lupus. Treatment often requires daily oral prednisone, a steroid that reduces immune system function.
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The immune system attacks the lining of the intestines, causing episodes of diarrhea, rectal bleeding, urgent bowel movements, abdominal pain, fever, and weight loss. Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease are the two major forms of IBD. Oral and injected immune-suppressing medicines can treat IBD.
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS). The immune system attacks nerve cells, causing symptoms that can include pain, blindness, weakness, poor coordination, and muscle spasms. Various medicines that suppress the immune system can be used to treat multiple sclerosis.
  • Type 1 diabetes mellitus. Immune system antibodies attack and destroy insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. By young adulthood, people with type 1 diabetes require insulin injections to survive.
  • Guillain-Barre syndrome. The immune system attacks the nerves controlling muscles in the legs and sometimes the arms and upper body. Weakness results, which can sometimes be severe. Filtering the blood with a procedure called plasmapheresis is the main treatment for Guillain-Barre syndrome.
  • Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. Similar to Guillian-Barre, the immune system also attacks the nerves in CIDP, but symptoms last much longer. About 30% of patients can become confined to a wheelchair if not diagnosed and treated early. Treatment for CIDP and GBS are essentially the same.
  • Psoriasis. In psoriasis, overactive immune system blood cells called T-cells collect in the skin. The immune system activity stimulates skin cells to reproduce rapidly, producing silvery, scaly plaques on the skin.
  • Graves' disease. The immune system produces antibodies that stimulate the thyroid gland to release excess amounts of thyroid hormone into the blood (hyperthyroidism). Symptoms of Graves' disease can include bulging eyes as well as weight loss, nervousness, irritability, rapid heart rate, weakness, and brittle hair. Destruction or removal of the thyroid gland, using medicines or surgery, is usually required to treat Graves' disease.
  • Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Antibodies produced by the immune system attack the thyroid gland, slowly destroying the cells that produce thyroid hormone. Low levels of thyroid hormone develop (hypothyroidism), usually over months to years. Symptoms include fatigue, constipation, weight gain, depression, dry skin, and sensitivity to cold. Taking a daily oral synthetic thyroid hormone pill restores normal body functions.
  • Myasthenia gravis. Antibodies bind to nerves and make them unable to stimulate muscles properly. Weakness that gets worse with activity is the main symptom of myasthenia gravis. Mestinon (pyridostigmine) is the main medicine used to treat myasthenia gravis.
  • Vasculitis. The immune system attacks and damages blood vessels in this group of autoimmune diseases. Vasculitis can affect any organ, so symptoms vary widely and can occur almost anywhere in the body. Treatment includes reducing immune system activity, usually with prednisone or another corticosteroid.


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Sunday, February 19, 2017



Since the 1970’s I have experienced with loved ones all types of chronic diseases, it started back when it left my heart with a big fat hole.  My father was stricken by cancer and was under the statistics of conventional medicine.  Well, with all the surgeries, chemo and radiation his chance was not in the cards.  The cancer took his life along with millions every year.  The studies have not changed since the 1970’s, for I also worked in the medical field and had gotten personal with patients that ended up just like my father – death. Sure, they do trials later after your immune system has been attacked by all the stress, chemicals and radiation.

They say that time heals all things, but does it.  When I was told that I had breast cancer six years ago, Dan and I took to the internet to research other methods that would give me and then him a quality of life. With many hours since then striving to educate and teach one on how to manage their chronic illnesses, we found out that it is not just one thing that works.

Part of getting better is the therapies that doctors can do, but a lot has what you can do for yourself also.

 First, I can explain some therapies that are combinations to healing your body without side effects. The combination of treatments should begin with the overall blood work panel, sensitivity testing and specialty microscopy.   

​The natural agent sensitivity testing evaluates any changes with your system to the reaction of natural therapies.  This is of high importance to be aware of current sensitivities so that the best therapies can be chosen and administered.

Need a cutting-edge method of perfusion hyperthermia to increase your immune system response, augment agents and target detox pathways.  Not only does heat/fever trigger antibodies to be sent out to rid the system of invaders, but it also stimulates the immune system to be more productive and stealth as it were.  The higher the fever, the more intense the response.  As long as the higher temperature does not exceed a specific length of time.  It is perfectly safe and extremely effective therapy for cleaning the blood as well as detoxification.

​Hyperthermia perfusion: The concept for hyperthermia perfusion is to warm up the patient’s blood slowly up to 42-43 degree Celsius, which is Fahrenheit 107.6 degrees Celsius (42) or 109.4 C (43). This is like having a mild fever. This procedure is continued for anywhere from one hour to two hours. This depends on the patient’s homodynamic stability and blood gas results. The flow is a very low flow, around 30 to 80 ml/min. A high flow is not necessary, just as long as it is continuous. A linear flow is better. This is done by providing a constant low flow at a warm temperature. The patient is awake and this enables the perfusionist and the doctor, who are both present during the entire procedure, to monitor the patient closely.   The console that provides the temperature and flow is regulated by parameters dialed in. The patient has a monitor which reveals EKG, respiratory rate, arterial saturation, and blood pressure. ACTs are run the length of the case to ensure proper anticoagulation, so no clots form in the software. The patient will experience no discomfort. The patient can sit up, read, talk, work on the computer or an iPad, and watch television, drink beverages, or converse with family in the patient’s room. Most patients will feel warm and perspire. Their color is great and they feel good. The ACT is allowed to become normal before the patient leaves the room the hyperthermia procedure allows the cancer cell membrane to become warm and enhances the treatments that are to be given. The temperature increases also burns the cancer cells, because they cannot survive in this temperature of 42-43 degrees Celsius. The results seen are very good. There is no chemo medication in this hyperthermia procedure. It is warming the patient’s blood with a small amount of Heparin (5000 units) in the priming volume. Therefore, the patient experiences only the warmth running through their entire body.

Formulation of supportive IV's based upon testing (on-going) and clinical (on going) evaluations.  We will pay close attention to and target the immune system dysfunctions and affect full body support.

​Premium protocol to improve liver function, prevent liver damage, improve strength and physical endurance and influence chronic fatigue associated with cancer and or chronic infections that will be employed.  Metabolic protocols of oligo-elements, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents are equally essential features of your program.

A powerful bio-energy magnetic therapy program directed to increase and protect the energy production center of your body will be yet another key aspect of your program. Energy delivered to and utilized by the immune system to activate against cancer and infection is a targeted result.  This therapy also potentiates any other therapy administered during your program as well.

 Need someone to look at the underlining immune dysfunctions and infection processes that ride along with cancer. This aspect is of utmost importance to the success of your program.

 Regex and Amino Acid Intravenous Therapy, Cocarboxilasa Protocol, IV Delivery of Specific Detox and/or Immune Support, Lymphatic sessions.

Lymphatic therapy should be an aspect of your therapy program.  This treatment improves biological function and prepares you for administration and utilization off all therapies.  Lymphatic therapy assists your immune system and opens detoxification pathways as well.

Nutritional Assessment and Dietary Guidelines -Specific diet evaluation, juicing and nutritional support during your stay.  We always evaluate your current dietary plan and work with you for adjustments; assessment and implementation of supplements

Essential Oil Therapy/Magnetic/Herbal Therapies/Ozone, OTHER THERAPIES: Bio Dentistry Evaluation, Enzymatic Therapy, Ozone therapy & Oxygen Therapy

Hypothermic Ozonification: Unlike healthy human cells that love oxygen, cancer cells are anaerobic, and cannot live in high oxygen concentrations. Overexposure to oxygen in tumor cells, also known as hypothermic ozonification, results in over-acidification of the heated cells and a consequent nutrient deficiency; the tumor cellular metabolism is destroyed, resulting in apoptosis (cell death) of the tumor cells. 

Specialty Detoxification Nebulization; Therapy Immuno Targeted Therapies, Cell Factor Therapies

Anti-Inflammatory Treatments

 Dendritic cell (DC) therapy, also called dendritic cell vaccine. Dendritic cell (DC) therapy, also called dendritic cell vaccine. This is a newly emerging and potent form of immunotherapy used to treat cancer conditions. In the case of cancer, dendritic cell therapy is an immunotherapy that harnesses the body's own immune system to fight cancer. The dendritic cell itself is an immune cell whose role is the recognition, processing, and presentation of foreign antigens to the T-cells in the effector arm of the immune system. Although dendritic cells are potent cells, they are not usually present in adequate quantity to allow for a potent immune response. Dendritic cell therapy involves the harvesting of blood cells (such as monocytes or macrophages) from a patient and processing them in the laboratory to produce dendritic cells, which are then given back to a patient in order to allow massive dendritic participation in optimally activating the immune system.

​Natural Killer Cells are a type of cytotoxic lymphocyte critical to the innate immune system.  The role NK cellsMHC play is analogous to that of cytotoxic T cells.  NK cells are unique; however, as they have the ability to recognize stressed cells in the absence of antibodies and MHC, allowing for much faster immune reaction.

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WEBER LASER THERAPY – for more information go to to the bottom showing the different therapies.

Depending on your blueprint and your chronic illness, the treatment for you should be per your lab work and scans to determine what combination is best for you.

Remember it is up to you to research other methods, such as the ones that I have mentioned+ to you.  It’s your body!!!

You do not have to be a survivor of pain and long term side effects from chemo and radiation.  There are other therapies that are better for your body with no long-term side effects.

For more information, you can E-mail me your condition, phone number and the best time to call.  RECEIVE THE FUNCTIONAL WAY OVER THE CONVENITONAL WAY with no long term side effects.   RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH! KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

This Doctor’s 25 Years Of Research Showed: Cancer Patients Live 4X Longer By Refusing Chemotherapy!


Chemotherapy may be the priciest cancer treatment, but is its efficiency worth the money? Questioning the power of chemo has its reasons for more 40 years ago a shocking study could end chemo treatments if only it was given enough credit.

According to many researches done in 25 years period of time, Dr. Hardin B. Jones, a former Professor of Medical Physics and Physiology at Berkeley, California, came to a conclusion that the three conventional treatments – chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, aren’t powerful to fight the disease and do not have any effect on prolonging the patient’s life, but actually have an opposite effect – they shorten the lifespan. Patients also experience agonizing death.

“Individuals who refused chemotherapy treatment, live an average of 12 and half years longer than the people who are getting chemotherapy,” wrote Dr. Jones in the journal of New York Academy of Sciences

He provided his research at the American Cancer Society’s Science Writers’ Seminar in 1969 and even to this day it has an impact on the cancer market. His findings show that chemotherapy affects healthy cells which results in weakened defenseless body with neither ability nor strength to fight the disease.

“It is not the cancer that eliminates the victim. It’s the breakdown of the defense reaction that eventually brings death,” told Jones to MIDNIGHT. When asked what he and his wife would do if they were diagnosed with cancer, their answers are the same. They would refuse conventional treatments by any cost and try to keep their bodies as healthy as possible.

Taking his findings into account, dietary treatment is showing to offer potential. Physicians A. Hoffer and Linus Pauling examined and reported on Jones’ several researches and learned that patients who included vitamins and minerals into their diet lived 4 times longer than those who didn’t follow that regiment. For those who want to prevent cancer it is advised a regiment consisting of an everyday dose of 12 g Vitamin C, Vitamin B3, B6 and other B-Vitamins, folic acid, Vitamin E, beta carotene, selenium, zinc, and in some cases other minerals (note: natural vitamins and minerals are usually the best option; not all are produced equal). This includes healthy diets and caring for the mental health.

These are the conclusions from “A Report on Cancer”:
  1. Longer exposure to carcinogens causes greater chances of getting cancer. With so many carcinogens in today’s food, air and water, it’s no surprise why cancer rates been on the increase.
  2. The data on comparing rates in survival of clients who went through surgery and/or radiation versus those who were neglected is not reliable since it did not included clients who died prior to the completion of their treatment. The research study overviewed whether or not the client survived after the surgical treatment or operation was over, and those who died throughout these two types of treatment did not “fulfill the requirements” to be in the “dealt with” group, and were left out.
  3. Even though there are quite a lot of people who made through chemo and fought off cancer, the number of those who naturally treated themselves is bigger, yet not counted. And with the ideal nutritional method, emotional support, mindset, and other factors it is undoubtedly possible to survive and recover the body after chemo.

The Department of Radiation Oncology at Northern Sydney Cancer Centre conducted a research that was published in 2004 in the December 2004 issue of Scientific Oncology. The results from the research show that barely 2.1% of cancer patients were treated by chemo, and that’s only for as much as 5 years, not a “real survival rate.”

Given all this, do you still consider chemotherapy as effective and worth trying?

The total list Jones’s documents (edited a 41-year period) is readily available online in The Bancroft Library of Berkeley, California.

Sunday, February 5, 2017


Since it was World Cancer Day yesterday and today is Super Bowl Day, I wanted to share this story with you.  It goes back four years ago, when my husband found out he had prostate cancer.  Since then he has managed with cancer no more.  Touchdown, with the treatments and the change of life both of us has the quality of life that leaves our lives with no long-term side effects.


Before I start with my situation, Its October Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I cannot express enough to do your homework and research all. It’s not your doctor’s choice, but yours. Do you want cut, burn or chemo or do something less invasive? Either way it will cost you, with insurance or without. Insurance usually does not cover all of the process. I am glad my wife and I made the choice we did.

First of all, I would like to say that I am recovering from a hernia operation and was unable to blog until now. Since it is now football season I am going to compare my life and the situation to a football game and at this time I have made it to the first down. The second down is the day that I had my biopsy. It was not that long until they called me back and the doctor prepared me for the procedure in his office. He gave me a local and started the nightmare. If anyone ever had a prostate biopsy, you now that it is not something that you look forward to.

Well, I did not think it would ever end but the doctor took 12 tissue samples, and replied all finished. The nurse came in and stood me up~ the room was moving and I was feeling like I was going to pass out. She helped me back down and got a cold cloth to put on my forehead and gave me a cup of water. The doctor stuck his head back in the room to say that sometimes this happens and I could stay until I felt comfortable in leaving; but, the office closes in about twenty minutes. Sherry came in the room and asked the nurse for some coke for a sugar rush, which will help me not feel so spacey. It did the trick; I was ready to go home.

We made another appointment a week later for the results. I felt like I went a couple of yards and then Third Down! This time we waited about twenty minutes before I was called back. The doctor came in the room with his computer and said; you are here for the results of your biopsy ~ YES! Well, he came right out and said I have prostate cancer. You know all my patients have this shock look on their face when I tell them this, but I always tell them the procedures and percentages of what can be done. This was not new to us for about two years ago, we went through this with Sherry. He proceeded to go on with all the procedures and stated that two out of the twelve samples were cancerous. He gave us information and stated that he would like to see me back within two weeks. I looked at all the info and its cut, burn and chemo. Not what I want. I called Sherry’s doctor in Mexico, Dr Perez and he spent time on the phone explaining the different procedures that were there and the one they offer which is best for me. It’s much like the one Sherry had with her stem cells. The process before going to Mexico will require some current blood work, for them to review before treatment to begin.

Meanwhile, I had my left hernia repaired last Thursday. The good old American way, I had to go to another doctor, for my family doctor and the urologist could not treat me for this condition. I had to go to a general surgeon. The big day is finally over and healing process is starting. The doctor could not do lapascopy; he had to cut me open. The stitch mark is about three inches long. It’s been a slow recovery. The tackle was a hard hit, but I will get back up to fight for a touchdown.

My plans are, once my hernia repair heals I will be going to Mexico for the final play the touchdown. At that time, I will continue with my fight with the journey to completion.