Book: Cancer and the New Biology of Water


In Cancer and the New Biology of Water, Thomas Cowan, MD, argues that this failure was inevitable because the oncogene theory is incorrect--or at least incomplete--and based on a flawed concept of biology in which DNA controls our cellular ...

  • Author : Thomas Cowan
  • Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
  • Release : 24 September 2019
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Pages : 208
  • ISBN 13 : 9781603588812

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"When President Nixon launched the War on Cancer with the signing of the National Cancer Act of 1971 and the allocation of billions of research dollars, it was amidst a flurry of promises that a cure was within reach. The research establishment was trumpeting the discovery of oncogenes, the genes that supposedly cause cancer. As soon as we identified them and treated cancer patients accordingly, cancer would become a thing of the past. Fifty years later it's clear that the War on Cancer has failed--despite what the cancer industry wants us to believe. New diagnoses have continued to climb; one in three people in the United States can now expect to battle cancer during their lifetime. For the majority of common cancers, the search for oncogenes has not changed the treatment: We're still treating with the same old triad of removing (surgery), burning out (radiation), or poisoning (chemotherapy). In Cancer and the New Biology of Water, Thomas Cowan, MD, argues that this failure was inevitable because the oncogene theory is incorrect--or at least incomplete--and based on a flawed concept of biology in which DNA controls our cellular function and therefore our health. Instead, Dr. Cowan tells us, the somatic mutations seen in cancer cells are the result of a cellular deterioration that has little to do with oncogenes, DNA, or even the nucleus. The root cause is metabolic dysfunction that deteriorates the structured water that forms the basis of cytoplasmic health. Despite mainstream medicine's failure to bring an end to suffering or deliver on its promises, it remains illegal for physicians to prescribe anything other than the "standard of care" for their cancer patients, despite the fact that gentler, more effective, and more promising treatments exist"--

Book: Cancer and the New Biology of Water


In Cancer and the New Biology of Water, Thomas Cowan, MD, argues that this failure was inevitable because the oncogene theory is incorrect—or at least incomplete—and based on a flawed concept of biology in which DNA controls our ...

  • Author : Thomas Cowan
  • Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
  • Release : 24 September 2019
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Pages : 208
  • ISBN 13 : 9781603588829

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A groundbreaking look at the role of water in living organisms that ultimately brings us closer to answering the riddle of the etiology of, and therapy and treatment for, cancer When President Nixon launched the War on Cancer with the signing of the National Cancer Act of 1971 and the allocation of billions of research dollars, it was amidst a flurry of promises that a cure was within reach. The research establishment was trumpeting the discovery of oncogenes, the genes that supposedly cause cancer. As soon as we identified them and treated cancer patients accordingly, cancer would become a thing of the past. Fifty years later it’s clear that the War on Cancer has failed—despite what the cancer industry wants us to believe. New diagnoses have continued to climb; one in three people in the United States can now expect to battle cancer during their lifetime. For the majority of common cancers, the search for oncogenes has not changed the treatment: We’re still treating with the same old triad of removing (surgery), burning out (radiation), or poisoning (chemotherapy). In Cancer and the New Biology of Water, Thomas Cowan, MD, argues that this failure was inevitable because the oncogene theory is incorrect—or at least incomplete—and based on a flawed concept of biology in which DNA controls our cellular function and therefore our health. Instead, Dr. Cowan tells us, the somatic mutations seen in cancer cells are the result of a cellular deterioration that has little to do with oncogenes, DNA, or even the nucleus. The root cause is metabolic dysfunction that deteriorates the structured water that forms the basis of cytoplasmic—and therefore, cellular—health. Despite mainstream medicine’s failure to bring an end to suffering or deliver on its promises, it remains illegal for physicians to prescribe anything other than the “standard of care” for their cancer patients—no matter how dangerous and ineffective that standard may be—and despite the fact t

Book: Defeating Cancer


An explosion!

  • Author : Gabor Somlyai
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 01 June 2002
  • Category: Medical
  • Pages : 160
  • ISBN 13 : 0759692602

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An explosion! Downtown Baltimore was burning. Jackson Freeman depended on the docks for his livelihood. Leaving his family in the hands of his mother, he and his brothers fought the flames for twenty-seven hours. Realizing the hopelessness of the situation, Jackson gave in to his exhaustion and arrived home only to be told his whole family had expired from a horrible illness. To rebuild a life for himself, Jackson sought out his German friend Carl to begin what they had dreamt of together, owning a farm in partnership. Now, Jackson could be independent from the White man. Unfortunately, Carl saw a greater vision, and had already begun a more lucrative automobile 'fix-it' shop. As Jackson saw Baltimore beginning to rise from the ashes, he was even more determined to finally do what he had always wanted. He would go for it alone. Besides, he had heard land was cheap in Ohio. While on his way, Jackson hooked up with some shady characters who offered him a 'partnership' in the sale of the goods they were taking to Stanton, Ohio in exchange for his money to buy a horse for their oversized wagon. Unfortunately, an axle problem kept them from their destination and they turned their wagon into Anna Shein's farm. There, Jackson came face to face with his destiny: meeting the White woman he would learn to hate, the woman he would grow to respect and the only person who could teach him farming. Through their years together, their trials and tribulations were many. Even though a love/hate relationship developed between them, Jackson's drive and perseverance won Anna's respect. Were they really in love?

Book: How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease


This report specifically reviews the evidence on the potential mechanisms by which smoking causes diseases and considers whether a mechanism is likely to be operative in the production of human disease by tobacco smoke.

  • Author : U. s. Department of Health and Human Services Staff
  • Publisher : U.S. Government Printing Office
  • Release : 05 August 2021
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Pages : 704
  • ISBN 13 : UCSD:31822037817723

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This report considers the biological and behavioral mechanisms that may underlie the pathogenicity of tobacco smoke. Many Surgeon General's reports have considered research findings on mechanisms in assessing the biological plausibility of associations observed in epidemiologic studies. Mechanisms of disease are important because they may provide plausibility, which is one of the guideline criteria for assessing evidence on causation. This report specifically reviews the evidence on the potential mechanisms by which smoking causes diseases and considers whether a mechanism is likely to be operative in the production of human disease by tobacco smoke. This evidence is relevant to understanding how smoking causes disease, to identifying those who may be particularly susceptible, and to assessing the potential risks of tobacco products.

Book: Vaccines Autoimmunity and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illness


Instead of blaming genetics or increased awareness and diagnosis, author Thomas Cowan, MD, attributes these rising numbers to our current vaccination policy.

  • Author : Thomas Cowan
  • Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
  • Release : 24 May 2018
  • Category: HEALTH & FITNESS
  • Pages : 192
  • ISBN 13 : 9781603587778

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Over the past 50 years, rates of chronic illness, learning disabilities, and allergies in children have exploded--1 in 6 children has a diagnosed learning disorder, 1 in 50 has autism, and 1 in 13 has severe food allergies. Instead of blaming genetics or increased awareness and diagnosis, author Thomas Cowan, MD, attributes these rising numbers to our current vaccination policy. In Vaccines, Auto-Immunity, and the Assault on Childhood, Cowan combines his years of experience as a medical practitioner with his research into the history and science of vaccines to show how childhood illnesses, which help children to develop a robust immune system, are now eschewed by conventional medicine in favor of an increasing array of vaccinations that do more harm than good. Invoking philosopher Rudolph Steiner's vision of vaccines as inspired by "spirits of darkness," Cowan brings to light the various ways in which scientists and government officials work to promote a vaccine program that only increases suffering. Along the way he questions commonly held views of cell biology, the role of water in the body, and the spatial and spiritual components of autism. Additionally, he provides hope of recovery in the form of a nontoxic course of treatment for those suffering chronic inflammation and other averse immune responses to vaccines. Cowan's thoughtfully bold writing takes us on a journey into the history of illness, questioning the true origins of diseases such as polio, and asking important questions, such as: why did paralytic polio make a sudden appearance in the US in the years between 1916-1918? The answers lie far beyond what conventional medicine would have us believe. Vaccines, Auto-Immunity, and the Assault on Childhood asks that we re-examine not only our modern health system but our relationship with the spiritual world. Only then will we find true health.

Book: Talk Think Feel


This book is a collection of reflections, stories, observations of clinical encounters, and extensive direct quotes from interviews Bayer conducted with twenty pediatric oncologists across the United States.

  • Author : Nathaniel Bayer
  • Publisher : CreateSpace
  • Release : 11 June 2015
  • Category: Uncategorized
  • Pages : 196
  • ISBN 13 : 1514193795

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Talk, Think, Feel is an exploration of emotions in children with cancer, their families, and the doctors who take care of them. In this thought-provoking work, Nathaniel Bayer offers insight into the emotional side of medicine and the range of feelings that pervade pediatric oncology and life in general. This book is a collection of reflections, stories, observations of clinical encounters, and extensive direct quotes from interviews Bayer conducted with twenty pediatric oncologists across the United States. The narrative voices are illuminating in their candor and provide a window into the thoughts of doctors and the close relationships they share with patients. The poignant vignettes-about the lives and even the deaths of children with cancer-serve as a way for readers to further understand the illness experience and to reflect on their own emotional responses. This book is part of an increasingly important conversation about the role of emotions in medicine. Join the discussion.

Book: Human Heart Cosmic Heart


Joseph Mercola "This book is life-changing for those trying to understand their own bodies, or those of loved ones, and it’s truly transformative in the hands of medical professionals, especially young doctors."—Foreword Reviews Thomas ...

  • Author : Thomas Cowan
  • Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
  • Release : 22 October 2016
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Pages : 176
  • ISBN 13 : 9781603586207

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Thomas Cowan was a 20-year-old Duke grad—bright, skeptical, and already disillusioned with industrial capitalism—when he joined the Peace Corps in the mid-1970s for a two-year tour in Swaziland. There, he encountered the work of Rudolf Steiner and Weston A. Price—two men whose ideas would fascinate and challenge him for decades to come. Both drawn to the art of healing and repelled by the way medicine was—and continues to be—practiced in the United States, Cowan returned from Swaziland, went to medical school, and established a practice in New Hampshire and, later, San Francisco. For years, as he raised his three children, suffered the setback of divorce, and struggled with a heart condition, he remained intrigued by the work of Price and Steiner and, in particular, with Steiner’s provocative claim that the heart is not a pump. Determined to practice medicine in a way that promoted healing rather than compounded ailments, Cowan dedicated himself to understanding whether Steiner’s claim could possibly be true. And if Steiner was correct, what, then, is the heart? What is its true role in the human body? In this deeply personal, rigorous, and riveting account, Dr. Cowan offers up a daring claim: Not only was Steiner correct that the heart is not a pump, but our understanding of heart disease—with its origins in the blood vessels—is completely wrong. And this gross misunderstanding, with its attendant medications and risky surgeries, is the reason heart disease remains the most common cause of death worldwide. In Human Heart, Cosmic Heart, Dr. Thomas Cowan presents a new way of understanding the body’s most central organ. He offers a new look at what it means to be human and how we can best care for ourselves—and one another.

Book: The Great Secret The Classified World War II Disaster that Launched the War on Cancer


The gripping story of a chemical weapons catastrophe, the cover-up, and how one American Army doctor’s discovery led to the development of the first drug to combat cancer, known today as chemotherapy.

  • Author : Jennet Conant
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release : 08 September 2020
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 400
  • ISBN 13 : 9781324002512

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The gripping story of a chemical weapons catastrophe, the cover-up, and how one American Army doctor’s discovery led to the development of the first drug to combat cancer, known today as chemotherapy. On the night of December 2, 1943, the Luftwaffe bombed a critical Allied port in Bari, Italy, sinking seventeen ships and killing over a thousand servicemen and hundreds of civilians. Caught in the surprise air raid was the John Harvey, an American Liberty ship carrying a top-secret cargo of 2,000 mustard bombs to be used in retaliation if the Germans resorted to gas warfare. When one young sailor after another began suddenly dying of mysterious symptoms, Lieutenant Colonel Stewart Alexander, a doctor and chemical weapons expert, was dispatched to investigate. He quickly diagnosed mustard gas exposure, but was overruled by British officials determined to cover up the presence of poison gas in the devastating naval disaster, which the press dubbed "little Pearl Harbor." Prime Minister Winston Churchill and General Dwight D. Eisenhower acted in concert to suppress the truth, insisting the censorship was necessitated by military security. Alexander defied British port officials and heroically persevered in his investigation. His final report on the Bari casualties was immediately classified, but not before his breakthrough observations about the toxic effects of mustard on white blood cells caught the attention of Colonel Cornelius P. Rhoads—a pioneering physician and research scientist as brilliant as he was arrogant and self-destructive—who recognized that the poison was both a killer and a cure, and ushered in a new era of cancer research led by the Sloan Kettering Institute. Meanwhile, the Bari incident remained cloaked in military secrecy, resulting in lost records, misinformation, and considerable confusion about how a deadly chemical weapon came to be tamed for medical use. Deeply researched and beautifully written, The Great Secret is the remarkable story of

Book: A Big Glass of Water


This book is about my journey and is for anyone who wants to: * Learn the steps involved in dealing with throat cancer--including diagnosis, preparing for treatment, receiving treatment, and recovery. * Gain a better understanding of the ...

  • Author : Jeff Danzik
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 31 October 2019
  • Category: Uncategorized
  • Pages : 218
  • ISBN 13 : 1701637669

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In 2017, I was diagnosed with throat cancer and told that I would die without treatment. Though Western medicine saved my life, there was a great deal of valuable information not communicated to me by my medical team. This information would have lessened some of the difficulties I experienced. This book is about my journey and is for anyone who wants to: * Learn the steps involved in dealing with throat cancer--including diagnosis, preparing for treatment, receiving treatment, and recovery. * Gain a better understanding of the psychological aspects of dealing with cancer, including information on depression, anxiety, grief and trauma. * Receive specific recommendations that can help make the experience of the cancer process less difficult. * Understand more about the business of cancer and how large corporations and profit can influence, direct, and dictate how cancer is diagnosed and treated.

Book: The Undying


The Undying is an outraged, beautiful, and brilliant work of embodied critique." —Ben Lerner, author of The Topeka School A week after her forty-first birthday, the acclaimed poet Anne Boyer was diagnosed with highly aggressive triple ...

  • Author : Anne Boyer
  • Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux
  • Release : 17 September 2019
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 320
  • ISBN 13 : 9780374719487

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WINNER OF THE 2020 PULITZER PRIZE IN GENERAL NONFICTION "The Undying is a startling, urgent intervention in our discourses about sickness and health, art and science, language and literature, and mortality and death. In dissecting what she terms 'the ideological regime of cancer,' Anne Boyer has produced a profound and unforgettable document on the experience of life itself." —Sally Rooney, author of Normal People "Anne Boyer’s radically unsentimental account of cancer and the 'carcinogenosphere' obliterates cliche. By demonstrating how her utterly specific experience is also irreducibly social, she opens up new spaces for thinking and feeling together. The Undying is an outraged, beautiful, and brilliant work of embodied critique." —Ben Lerner, author of The Topeka School A week after her forty-first birthday, the acclaimed poet Anne Boyer was diagnosed with highly aggressive triple-negative breast cancer. For a single mother living paycheck to paycheck who had always been the caregiver rather than the one needing care, the catastrophic illness was both a crisis and an initiation into new ideas about mortality and the gendered politics of illness. A twenty-first-century Illness as Metaphor, as well as a harrowing memoir of survival, The Undying explores the experience of illness as mediated by digital screens, weaving in ancient Roman dream diarists, cancer hoaxers and fetishists, cancer vloggers, corporate lies, John Donne, pro-pain ”dolorists,” the ecological costs of chemotherapy, and the many little murders of capitalism. It excoriates the pharmaceutical industry and the bland hypocrisies of ”pink ribbon culture” while also diving into the long literary line of women writing about their own illnesses and ongoing deaths: Audre Lorde, Kathy Acker, Susan Sontag, and others. A genre-bending memoir in the tradition of The Argonauts, The Undying will break your heart, make you angry enough to spit, and show you contemporary America as a thing both despe

Book: What Spins the Wheel


When entrepreneur Len Forkas learned that his nine-year-old son had leukemia, his own life changed forever. In 2003, Len founded Hopecam, a nonprofit that uses technology to connect young cancer patients with their friends at school.

  • Author : Len Forkas
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 28 May 2014
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Pages : 288
  • ISBN 13 : 0996096914

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When entrepreneur Len Forkas learned that his nine-year-old son had leukemia, his own life changed forever. In 2003, Len founded Hopecam, a nonprofit that uses technology to connect young cancer patients with their friends at school. Ten years later, Len's fight against childhood cancer rose to a new level. He qualified as a solo competitor in Race Across America, a 3,000-mile bicycle race that traverses scorching deserts and 11,000-foot mountain elevations. As Len fought to finish the race is just 12 days, an all-volunteer crew supported him around the clock. What Spins the Wheel is a true story about fatherhood and fortitude, business grit and growth ? and the power of combining the right mission with the right team to help others.