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What is an orgonomic physician with Richard Blasband, MD

submitted by: admin on 03/20/2019
The orgone box consists of alternating layers of metal and non-metal. If you sit in this box you'll have a feelling of well-being that persists. There has not been much systematic research except for the treatment of cancer in mice, where the tumor is diminished but the mice die of tumor necrosis. We need much more research. Orgone energy exists everywhere;...

What is Sufficient Treatment for Cancer?

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
  When do you know you're getting the right cancer treatment? How do patients get reliable information for treatment? How far should mainstream physicians go when recommending treatments? We need doctors that are knowledgeable in both mainstream and alternative therapies so patients can get the best of both worlds. FDA off-label usage is discussed.        

What You Can Do to Allow Your Doctor to Treat Cancer Integratively

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
  It is a felony in the State of California for an MD to treat cancer with anything except surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Yet, legislation was passed in 2004 making it legal for MDs to use any complementary and alternative therapy (CAM) so long as they do not try to dissuade patients from mainstream therapies and they do no harm. We need...

What You Can Do to Shrink Your Tumor if You Have Cancer

submitted by: admin on 09/29/2014
There have been many studies documenting that exercise increases survival and quality of life in people with cancer. A study published in JAMA in May of 2005 showed that just 3-5 hours of walking at 2-3 mph reduced deaths by 50% for women with hormone sensitive breast tumors. There was an absolute 6% decrease in mortality at 10 years. A second study published...

What You Need to Know About Medical Marijuana

submitted by: admin on 04/18/2015
  A study of 19 patients in a convalescent hospital in Israel using medical marijuana showed that it is helpful  to improve appetite, ease pain, reduce tremors, improve mood, concentration, communication skills, and improve sleep. Permits for medical cannabis in Israel increased from 400 in 2009 to 11,000 now. Cannabis has been used for 2000...

When is a High Protein Diet a Good Thing?

submitted by: admin on 06/16/2014
According to a study from USC School of Gerontology published in the March 2014 issue of Cell Metabolism, a moderately high protein diet in people over 65 is good for you, but in middle age leads to a two fold increase in oveall mortality and a four fold increase in getting cancer. Protein intake controls growth of IGF-1, which has been linked to developing...

When is a Lymph Node Dissection Appropriate?

submitted by: admin on 03/20/2019
It looks like there is a trend in breast cancer and now lung cancer of not removing the lymph nodes, so when should lymph nodes be removed, or should they be removed?  What doctors are trying to do a lot of the time with cancer, is make an assessment of how extensive the cancer is, how far it has spread, and then based on that, they try to pick the treatments...

Why You Should Not Get a Screening Mammogram at Any Age

submitted by: admin on 02/24/2014
The conclusion of a 25 year prospective study published in the British Medical Journal in February of 2014 was that screening mammograms not only do not save lives but also lead to a 22% over-diagnosis that leads to unnecessary testing and treatment in women between the ages of 50 and 69.  After all these years of policy set by governments, research...

Women's Health and Breast Thermography

submitted by: admin on 03/20/2019

X-Rays, Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
  The relationship between high dose radiation is well known, but much is known about diagnostic medical radiation in causing cancer. We now know that medical radiation plays a role in causing cancer, especially in children. We tend to over-depend on technology to solve clinical questions because it is easy and useful, and to protect liability of medical...

You Have Cancer, Now What?

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
When most people get cancer they feel an urgency to begin treatment from mainstream oncologists. It is important to understand options from both mainstream and CAM resources. Examples are given. Integrative strategies are difficult to create, but they are what we need.