In the early 20th century, the German biochemist Otto Warburg believed that tumors could be treated by disrupting their source of energy. His idea was dismissed for decades — until now.
The story of modern cancer research begins, somewhat improbably, with the sea urchin.
In the first decade of the 20th century, the German biologist Theodor Boveri discovered that if he fertilized sea-urchin eggs with two sperm rather than one, some of the cells would end up with the wrong number of chromosomes and fail to develop properly. It was the era before modern genetics, but Boveri was aware that cancer cells, like the deformed sea urchin cells, had abnormal chromosomes; whatever caused cancer, he surmised, had something to do with chromosomes. Continue reading
You have been trying hard to follow a strict diet, spending hours in the gym, waking up too early and sleeping early, among other efforts to lose or maintain your weight. Meanwhile, some people are just waiting for the next season of Stranger Things, Black Mirror and Lucifer but are still in good shape and not getting the extra weight. Continue reading
~ The REAL Cancer Outlaw: In his own words ~
I can truthfully say that I have cured or healed myself of cancer (malignancy) and I can cure myself again if it ever becomes necessary. Better still, I have learned God’s Law of Health concerning malignancy (cancer) and I will ever invoke this Law so that I am not likely to have the disease again.
In the old adage “Physician, heal thyself!” two things stand out to me. One is, if a physician can’t heal himself, how can he heal others? The other involves the true meaning of cure – cure for anything. It is so often said. “I went to Dr. Jones and he cured me.” Nothing could be further from the truth. No matter how many years a doctor has gone to school, no matter how many college degrees he may have, a doctor can cure only one person – HIMSELF. It is important that a person understand that only he can cure himself of anything! Continue reading
Kelley at Baylor
~ Foreword ~
During the time during William D. Kelley’s years of higher education, which led to his degree in Dentistry, and during his early years of practice, the groundwork was being laid for the great expansion of Cancer. What you are about to read will astound you.
Categorically – the choice became, ‘A Shot in the Dark,’ ‘Death by Medicine‘ and ‘In the Money.’ Either way – the people have lost, and millions have died unnecessarily so. Whatever the choice – you will be shocked at the names of the players. ~ Ed.
When it comes to the invention of industry, which of course means creating something out of nothing and making sure it’s a constant, addiction is the prime factor. When it came to the physical body, which is a near perfect system, they realised that to make an industry out of that they first had to break it and then create the industry around eternally mending the damage. Welcome to the new age techno – trinity that is Military Airborne Biological, Psychological – Wundt and the one we shall explore in this report, the realm of the almighty Pharmaceuticals, as they have moved together to undermine the culture of nations in a full on all out and ruthless attack. Continue reading
Tea tree oil is an essential in my medicine cabinet.
We have used tea tree oil in our family for years mainly as a disinfectant in my all-purpose spray cleaner, for bug bites and sunburns, and as a part of my topical replacement for antibiotics.
It is one of 6 essential oils in my homemade antibiotic mixture using a coconut oil carrier.
Most know it as an ingredient in homemade cleaners and now in toothpastes and antifungal preparations.
In a fascinating article, the American Cancer Society tells us… Continue reading
A dentist and orthodontist by training, Dr. William D. Kelley discusses the nutritional concepts and practices underlying non-specific metabolic therapy, how they emerged over years of treating patients and himself for disease, and the results he has achieved applying them.
Following this magazine’s interview with Dr. Harold W. Manner, we received innumerable letters and phone calls. Much of that correspondence was from readers who hadn’t known of the healthcare possibilities offered by nutrition therapy until they read about the Manner program in our pages, but a surprisingly large number of folks called to let us know that there are other revolutionary researchers who are “curing” degenerative diseases such as cancer. And the greater part of these “tips” suggested that MOTHER EARTH NEWS look into the metabolic therapy work of Dr. William Donald Kelley at his Winthrop, Washington clinic.
It seems that our grandmothers knew what they were doing when they added Epsom salt in nearly any recipe. Now, science shows that this simple ingredient possesses powerful medicinal properties, which led to a rapid increase in its popularity. Continue reading
There are so many ways to enjoy nature, including gardening which has been proven to help lift depression.
Spending time in nature can be one of the most healing things you can do on your Healthy Breast path. If you already make it a priority to connect with the trees, beaches or rolling hills in your region, this may seem obvious. If you don’t, however, you are missing out on one of the least expensive and most effective ways to amp up your healing journey. And summer is the perfect time of year to do it! Continue reading
Every so often we feel the need to bring this column back to the forefront… after all – Dr. William D. Kelley is the reason that this site was developed for him back in the year 2000. We honor his legacy and continue to battle for the victims of this dreaded dis-ease – to this very day. We thank researcher Paul Fassa for his continued efforts. ~ Ed.
During the 1960s, a small town Texas dentist discovered a way to cure his terminal pancreatic cancer; he then proceeded to cure others of all kinds of cancers until the Medical Mafia struck him down. His name was William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS. Continue reading
“Men have been taught that it is a virtue to swim with the current. But the creator is the man who goes against the current.” — Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead, 1943
Whether the man who swims against the current is a creator or a fool depends, of course, on whether he’s headed for undiscovered truth or a plunge over the falls. What’s important and almost never allowed is the freedom to let the man swim. Continue reading
A study of more than 150,000 men with prostate cancer found that a certain hormone treatment is linked with increased risks of dementia and Alzheimer’s.
There’s a 20% higher chance of having dementia for older men who have taken the prostate cancer treatment, according to the research study from JAMA Network. Continue reading
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For more than half a century, the conventional wisdom among nutritionists and public health officials was that fat is dietary enemy No. 1 — the leading cause of obesity and heart disease.
It appears the wisdom was off.
And not just off. Almost entirely backward… Continue reading
They’re quick, easy, cheap, and really bad for us.
Hot dogs qualify as an ultra-processed food, since they’re packed with preservatives. zz/Dennis Van Tine/STAR MAX/IPx 2018 via AP Images
Processed foods are under fresh scrutiny this week after a groundbreaking study from the National Institutes of Health found that people on ultra-processed diets ate more calories and gained more weight than they did when offered the same amount of nutrients from less processed food. Continue reading
Originally published by Kettle Moraine Publications on another site on June 7, 2018. ~ Ed.
Screen time, in its multiple forms, will be part of your children’s lives at some point. But parents must ask themselves how early and to what extent?
AN EDUCATIONAL EDGE?
Some parents think they’re giving their child an educational edge like Susan who bought her 6-year-old son John an iPad when he was in first grade. She thought, ‘Why not let him get a jump on things?’ John’s school had begun using the devices with younger and younger grades – and his technology teacher had raved about their educational benefits. Continue reading