If you didn’t listen to last night’s calls, you missed some pretty hard hitting stuff from Mike Adams.
You also missed a great story of survival but a guy who simply felt that some of the conventional forms of cancer treatment were going to do more harm than good.
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In this recap, I’ll highlight some of the best moments and interesting ideas presented — as well as inject some of my own thoughts. (Maybe “inject” is the wrong word… LOL!)
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Now, on to the wrap up of Night 4 with Mike Adams and Chris Wark…
1. Massive fines, but business as usual…
Mike Adams shared some shocking information about the criminal activity of some pharmaceutical companies…
Well, GlaxoSmithKline, for example, was fined, I think, 1.3 billion dollars — the largest fine in the history of the pharmaceutical industry. We have these two scientists from Merck named Krahling and Wlochowski that were virologists working for Merck, and they filed a false claims report with the federal government describing that Merck was engaged in “wholesale fabrication of test data to reach its preordained 95% efficacy threshold.” And they go on to lay out amazing claims of how Merck forced them to spike the clinical trial blood samples with animal antibodies to make it appear that the vaccines were working, and that this was then submitted to the FDA which required a 95% efficacy to continue to grant Merck a monopoly over these particular vaccination shots.
We wrote about the GlaxoSmithKline fines here.
We also compiled a list of pharmaceutical companies and the amount fined here.
To me, it’s shocking that there’s no individual criminal punishment for these actions. The people responsible need to be held accountable, or else this type of behavior will never stop. Pharmaceutical companies plan, in their budgets, for things like this. If the punishment doesn’t affect the individual, the fines are just an expense on their P & L statement.
If you did something wrong, fabricated your story and evidence, and covered up your tracks — then got caught — you’d go to jail. Why is it any different for an executive at a corporation?
It shouldn’t be.
My guess, is that eventually, there will start to be criminal charges — which will make executives think twice about what they’re doing.
What’s also likely true is that if one of our small companies — like Renegade Health or Annmarie Gianni Skin Care were to do something like GlaxoSmithKline, I wouldn’t be surprised if we were put in jail. It’s much easier to beat up the small guys than the bigger ones.
2. A story to back up improper communication.
Mike shares this story…
Well, let me read you, first, from GlaxoSmithKline whistle blowers, that say Glaxo “routinely bribed doctors with luxury vacations and paid speaking gigs.” Glaxo had a bribery network of 49,000 doctors. This all came out in federal records, that they fabricated drug safety data, that they defrauded Medicare and Medicaid out of billions of dollars, that they deceived regulators on the effectiveness of their drugs.
Not related, but equally suspicious is this story. I once had a personal training client who was a doctor and sometimes when I’d show up, he’d be finishing up a call with a pharmaceutical rep. Basically, he explained, if my client could manage to listen to the rep for an hour, the pharmaceutical company would pay him a nice fee for his time.
I still respect this doctor and would go to him for any issues I might have related to his specialty, so I don’t blame him for taking an hour to listen to the rep. I actually was happy that he would spend the call on the treadmill.
But the action of pharmaceutical companies paying doctors to “chat” just seems pretty slimy to me.
By now this may have changed — it was at least 5-7 years ago, but I’m sure there are other techniques in play that only doctors know about and don’t want to share because they get some sort of benefit.
3. GMOs and Cancer, yes, there’s evidence.
Thanks to a study done in Europe and published recently, there’s more evidence pointing toward a link between GMO food and cancer…
Well now, this year, we have hard evidence, and I’m sure some of your other speakers have covered it. But to summarize, the French research study that was published not too long ago showed that rats that were fed genetically modified corn as a lifetime diet throughout their entire lifespan, which is only a couple of years for rats, they showed about 300% increase in the risk of cancer tumors, and the tumors that grew were very large and very aggressive, and I mean, so large that some of these rats actually had to, sort of, drag the tumor across the floor with them as they were trying to crawl. And they also suffered severe organ damage in many organs throughout their bodies—liver, kidneys, reproductive organs, in particular. And in addition to that, 70% of the females who were fed this genetically modified corn suffered early death, and I believe it was 50% of the males that suffered early death. And at the time of their death, about 80% of those who died were just completely covered with cancer tumors.
As you may know, the California Proposition to label GMOs (Prop 37) failed this election year, but it wasn’t because people didn’t want their food labeled. It was because the opposition (huge multinational food and pesticide companies) managed to spread lies about a $400 yearly food bill increase for all Californians.
If they had seen the pictures of the tumors on these rats, they might have voted otherwise.
4. EMFs? They might be an issue as well.
Mike explains another possible cause of cancer…
Then we’ve got the whole electromagnetic question. I think an Italian court recently ruled that cell phones do cause brain tumors. That hasn’t been ruled in the United States yet, but there’s a lot of suspicion that cell phones may contribute to DNA damage, and that could become a cancer tumor.
We wrote about the 13 country European study on cell phones here.
Truth be told, we don’t know the level of risk, but I have a feeling we’re overdoing it.
We’ll know the results of this massive experiment in 20 years or so — unfortunately.
5. Taking this may help!
Mike explains one thing you definitely CAN do to help prevent cancer…
But I think, Kevin, I think the number-one cause of cancer, really, is vitamin-D deficiency. Of everything that I’ve studied, I think that’s it. I think most Americans are so chronically deficient in vitamin-D that their bodies have become, really, tumor-growth incubators, in a sense. And if you get vitamin-D in there at high levels—and I know we’ve talked about this before, privately—getting those levels up takes some work. But once you get them up, your body just can’t grow those tumors nearly as easily. In fact, most tumor growth stops. Vitamin D has been scientifically shown to halt 78% of all cancers of all types—breast, prostate, colon, you name it. Skin even.
One thing to note… Be careful about being in the sun and assuming that you are getting enough vitamin D. The best way to know if you’re getting enough is to test — any doctor can give you a 25-hyroxy vitamin D test — and then determine if what you’re doing is sufficient or if you need supplementation.
5. Regular PSA screening may be more harmful than good…
The inventor of the PSA diagnostic is actually on the record saying it’s essentially useless. It gives massive false-positives and it has been abandoned by anyone who really knows the truth about it.
We wrote about this here, if you want more details.
6. This one of the way’s Chris beat cancer.
I loved the call with Chris Wark. He’s an intelligent and personable guy — you could tell by listening in.
Once Chris had surgery to remove his tumor, he did this…
So I immediately converted to the raw vegan diet and started juicing like crazy. So I was drinking 64 ounces of vegetable juice every day. I was making these giant salads, and I told my wife and family I was not going to do chemotherapy, which was not very well received.
Chris essentially started the Hallelujah Acres diet, which was created by Rev. George Malkmus. We’ve met the Reverend and his son and think what they’re doing down in small-town Shelby, North Carolina is remarkable.
What’s also telling about this is that Chris immediately took dramatic and drastic action. I’ve seen — through the years — many people who put their health ahead of their habits like this succeed.
If you don’t want to stop eating cookies or don’t want to start exercising or don’t want to quit smoking, chances are your chances aren’t very good.
He wasn’t very supported either…
And so we asked the doctor if I could do the raw vegan diet. I was already on it. And he said, “No, it will fight the chemo.” Okay. I asked him what alternative therapies were available. And he said, “None. There are none. If you don’t do chemotherapy, you’re insane.”
This goes against what some of the other doctors have said in the program, but I think Chris probably had just enough support from his mother and naturopath — and eventually family — that gave him a winning edge.
This statement above is a classic oncologist-type statement. Yes, according to the archaic procedures that are approved by the FDA, there is no option. But as we’ve heard over the last 4 days, the burden of proof is overwhelming.
We seriously need to re-examine cancer treatments.
I’ve always wondered — as Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby suggested — what would happen to many of the cancer patients who were given a certain amount of time to live would survive way past that time with no treatment at all.
The medical community would call that type of study unethical — to deny treatment that “works” — so we’ll likely never see it. But my hunch is that many would actually exceed the time frame given — meaning the treatment is killing them before the cancer does.
7. Good blood testing can save your life.
If you’ve been around Renegade Health for even a few months, you know how much I advocate getting your blood tested.
And what [the doctor] did was, he basically did a complete metabolic analysis of my body. He looked at my blood work, my urine, stool sample, saliva, even hair analysis. And, because his approach was, he really wanted to see what was going on inside my body. All my biomarkers, just my complete metabolic profile. And once he did that, he recommended different supplements that were very specific to my needs. My liver was not functioning very well. It was stressed. It was overloaded. My adrenal system was shot. And so I really need supplementation, or he thought I did, and of course, I believed him. But additional supplementation, herbs, extra nutrients that would assist my body in detoxifying and in repairing itself and boosting my immune system.
Through blood testing, Chris found out what was wrong and was able to very specifically address those weaknesses. I can’t tell you how important this is for preventative and restorative health.
If you don’t know exactly what to fix, you’ll end up spending too much time, energy and money getting better. A good practitioner can get you a program with targeting blood testing and get you healthy fast.
With my own personal adrenal issues, Dr. Williams was able to target my testing to quickly and affordably figure out what was going on, get me the right supplements and recommendations and within weeks I was feeling better.
You can learn more about how to read your blood tests here.
8. The emotional toll of disease.
I thought this was an insightful gem from Chris’ talk…
Every day is like Groundhog Day. You wake up and, you know, when you first wake up, you’re like, “Oh,” you know, you’re feeling good, you’re stretching, the sunlight’s coming in the window, and then you remember you have cancer. And it’s a huge bummer. And then you wonder, “Oh yeah, I’ve got cancer. Oh yeah. Am I getting worse, or am I getting better? I don’t know.” And so every day you’re dealing with this fear and anxiety that wants to kind of raise its ugly head, you know?
Something to think about…
This is why you need a support group and community (and events like these) to know you’re loved. Otherwise, your morale — in any instance even outside of disease — will disintegrate.
That’s it for Night #4!
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