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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Giving thanks for those who give life

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Since my college days in the late 60s (graduation May 1970), I have routinely been a blood donor on occasions too numerous to count.  Part of that habit was prompted by my career in hospitals which, notably, always are conducting blood drives.  Whenever the bloodmobile would arrive on the hospital campus, the clarion call would sound to round up all donors.

Long after that routine had become second nature, at age 59, I found myself on the receiving end of this process.  Most who know me also know that I am an 8-year survivor of rare form of mantle cell lymphoma that required a stem cell transplant at City of Hope in 2007.  Thankful for many things, we are, indeed, grateful for the thousands who have answered the call to become SCT and BMT donors.

While both are vital, there is a significant difference between making a blood donation and a SCT/BMT donation, so a little research and due-diligence will be required.  Check out the LINK provided.

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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Canswerists: 'The Einstein of Medicine'

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According to author William Kelley Eidem, "The controversial Emanuel Revici, M.D., made the bones grow back in cancer patients, and restored health to AIDS patients as well as drug addicts and alcoholics.

"His medicines lifted debilitating migraines in as little as 3 minutes. Revici's reward? He was attacked and ostracized by the best. JAMA published false reports about his work. The American Cancer Society blasted him time and again.

"Meanwhile, word of mouth brought new patients to see him for decades. The smears didn't work, so something more needed to be done. This is the true story of the greatest medical scientist who has ever lived. Find out what happened to Dr. Revici and find out how you can use the principles of his discoveries to reverse even advanced cancers and many other illnesses. The final chapter provides current contact information for the Revici Clinic."

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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

The once-in-a-lifetime career op

Have you heard this prediction?  "The cure for cancer will come from outside the medical research done by the great cancer centers of our time!"

If that is true, then perhaps the cure will come from the genius pool that is profiled in the following ...

After his infant son was rushed to intensive care, Jonathan Rothberg was driven to invent high-speed DNA sequencing. His work ushered in the era of personal genetics and today his technology is used in laboratories and medical centers all over the world. Rothberg's efforts led the way towards the first sequence of an individual human genome.  Now, his enterprise, The Butterfly Network, has secured multiple millions in funding from venture capitalists so that genetic sequencing may become as common and inexpensive the routine blood test.

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