I have been asked to present my Homeoprophylaxis for Malaria poster at the HP Worldwide conference next month (Oct 2,3,4th, 2015). This conference gathers the best minds of Homeopathy and Homeoprophylaxis including the controversial Dr. Wakefield and Dr. Isaac Golden. I am looking forward to creating a progressive, career-shifting meeting of minds in Dallas, Texas. Unfortunately, there is no funding to support my trip there. The Canadian dollar is continuing to drop and therefore my expenses are growing.
Airfare: CDN $937.00 from YVR to DFW
Conference fee: CDN $383.00 (earlybird price)
Hotel fees: as cheap as possible and shared accommodations: Approx. CDN $280.00
Food (enough to ensure my mind functions well): CDN $200 (Thursday to Sunday)
POSTER PRINTING! CDN$150.00
PS every $10 US is approx $14 CDN
The Homeopathic remedy named Sulphur alters NFκB-p300 cross-talk in favour of p53-p300 to induce apoptosis in non-small cell lung carcinoma
Shilpi Saha Pushpak Bhattacharjee Deblina Guha Kirti Kajal Poulami Khan Sreeparna Chakraborty Shravanti Mukherjee Shrutarshi Paul Rajkumar Manchanda Anil Khurana Debadatta Nayak Rathin Chakrabarty Gaurisankar Sa Tanya Das
Gaurisankar Sa [ firstname.lastname@example.org ] Tanya Das [ email@example.com ]
Published online on: Monday, June 22, 2015
Pages: 573-582 DOI: 10.3892/ijo.2015.3061
Article has an altmetric score of 26
Adverse side effects of chemotherapy during cancer treatment have shifted considerable focus towards therapies that are not only targeted but are also devoid of toxic side effects. We evaluated the antitumorigenic activity of sulphur, and delineated the molecular mechanisms underlying sulphur-induced apoptosis in non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) cells. A search for the underlying mechanism revealed that the choice between the two cellular processes, NFκBp65-mediated survival and p53-mediated apoptosis, was decided by the competition for a limited pool of transcriptional coactivator protein p300 in NSCLC cells. In contrast, sulphur inhibited otherwise upregulated survival signaling in NSCLC cells by perturbing the nuclear translocation of p65NFκB, its association with p300 histone acetylase, and subsequent transcription of Bcl-2. Under such anti-survival condition, induction of p53-p300 cross-talk enhanced the transcriptional activity of p53 and intrinsic mitochondrial death cascade. Overall, the findings of this preclinical study clearly delineated the molecular mechanism underlying the apoptogenic effect of the non-toxic homeopathic remedy, sulphur, in NSCLC cells.
Meet Elena Cecchetto, a homeopath based in Vancouver, BC.
Elena discovered homeopathy as a student in Toronto at her wit’s end with eczema. She tried homeopathy as a last ditch effort, having experimented with countless treatments.
Elena says that’s how many people first discover the practice. “It was a last resort for me, like it is for many people. They’ve tried everything else.”
She explains that homeopaths get to know a client’s physical, emotional and behavioural profile and then recommend a remedy that is specifically matched to them. The remedies are made of natural ingredients and created in homeopathic pharmacies.
Elena got more than she bargained for from her first homeopathic experience. Her eczema began to go away when she took the remedy, and eventually disappeared altogether. But more than that, her experience of everyday life changed.
She says, “I just felt a level of inner joy and that the world was open to me. I wouldn’t even have been able to describe that I wanted to feel this way.”
That feeling is now what Elena aims to help her clients achieve. She gets feedback like, ‘I just feel lighter’ and ‘Things don’t bother me anymore’.
Elena sees many children in her East Vancouver practice and has special certification to treat autistic kids. She also immunizes children for a wide variety of illnesses.
She treats adult clients for many common maladies. A lactose intolerant client came in for a remedy and was able to eat ice cream and cheese the next day without any problem.
She’s helped clients navigate the spring and summer months allergy-free without taking any drugs.
She’s also treated people with addiction, depression and anxiety. In one case, a client unable to work for two weeks solid because of panic attacks was quickly back to the office after seeing Elena.
Homeopathy is generally not an overnight cure. Elena explains it takes time for the remedies to work. If you’ve been dealing with a health issue for a long time, or it occurs frequently, you should anticipate the healing process will take longer.
Elena says, “The homeopathic approach is that every person is different. There is no one cause of any condition. We look for the core thing that’s happening with this person and everything else connects to that. Homeopathy says everything is connected. We match one remedy to the whole person.”
Special Offer: Elena is offering 25% off the first intake appointment for the homeopathic immunization protocol. In this 1.5 hour appointment, Elena takes down the child’s entire background (including information about pregnancy and delivery) so she’s well positioned to help down the road as the child proceeds through life.
The regular price of the homeopathic immuniziation protocol is: $195.
Contact Elena at: (604) 568-4663 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please visit Elena’s VitalityLink profile.
Influence of adjunctive classical homeopathy on global health status and subjective wellbeing in cancer patients – A pragmatic randomized controlled trial.
Frass M1, Friehs H2, Thallinger C3, Sohal NK4, Marosi C5, Muchitsch I6, Gaertner K7, Gleiss A8, Schuster E9, Oberbaum M10.
The use of complementary and alternative medicine has increased over the past decade. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether homeopathy influenced global health status and subjective wellbeing when used as an adjunct to conventional cancer therapy.
In this pragmatic randomized controlled trial, 410 patients, who were treated by standard anti-neoplastic therapy, were randomized to receive or not receive classical homeopathic adjunctive therapy in addition to standard therapy. The study took place at the Medical University Vienna, Department of Medicine I, Clinical Division of Oncology.
MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES:
The main outcome measures were global health status and subjective wellbeing as assessed by the patients. At each of three visits (one baseline, two follow-up visits), patients filled in two different questionnaires.
373 patients yielded at least one of three measurements. The improvement of global health status between visits 1 and 3 was significantly stronger in the homeopathy group by 7.7 (95% CI 2.3-13.0, p=0.005) when compared with the control group. A significant group difference was also observed with respect to subjective wellbeing by 14.7 (95% CI 8.5-21.0, p<0.001) in favor of the homeopathic as compared with the control group. Control patients showed a significant improvement only in subjective wellbeing between their first and third visits.
Results suggest that the global health status and subjective wellbeing of cancer patients improve significantly when adjunct classical homeopathic treatment is administered in addition to conventional therapy.
Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Additive homeopathy; Cancer; Global health status; Homeopathy; Subjective well being
[PubMed – in process]
Very much in the medical industry can be changed with so little funding for homeopathy because of the strong principles of healing that homeopathy is based on. It has been using in the very same manner for over 200 years. Did you know that homeoprophylaxis (using homeopathic remedies to prevent specific diseases) started to be used in 1799? This preliminary research is the beginning of development of more research to continue to make it clear how pertanent that homeopathic medicine can be for the prevention of specific infectious diseases. Once ‘the science’ of homeopathy can penetrate the narrow prevailing conventional medical system I see a way that it can quickly turn the tides on the current view of homeopathy and holistic medicine and allow the evidence of how perfectly useful that homeopathy can be to help ourselves, our societies and generations become healthier instead of less healthy.
I will soon also be published in Links Magazine and Hpathy.com has accepted one of my projects and will be published on July 17th. This research was also accepted to be postered at the annual IN-CAM Research Conference (again; all at my expense) and at the Homeopathic Research Institute in Rome. These projects took a lot of time and work despite that there is no compensation for these expenses.
While reading this plea, you might wonder to yourself of the reasons that I continue to follow my attempt to offer homeopathy despite the odds? …that NOT doing so feels like an abandonment of the primary code of conduct as a health practitioner ‘do no harm’ and against following the code ethics within the principles of beneficence and non-malevolence 4. If I don’t offer something that I know can benefit someone’s condition of health; then I feel that I am not acting as the compassionate human being that I know I am. If you would like to find out more, please contact me.
It is imperative to the forward movement of homeopathy as an option in Canada and will have very positive implications on my abilities to pursue important avenues as a rigorous and relevant researcher of holistic health options for all of us. This funding will contribute to supporting homeopaths in their unpaid work for people who can’t afford to pay out of pocket.
Homeopathy is second only to Jesus as the two most controversial topics according to Wikipedia 1. Considering my previous career in political advocacy focusing on environmental and conservation issues, I sometimes ask myself; Is that what attracted me to homeopathy? No! It was the fact that once I gave it a try for my lifetime struggle with de-habilitating eczema, it did something that nothing else could do for me and so I was ecstatic 2. That success indeed was what made me passionate about ensuring that people have ACCESS and know about homeopathy as an option if they so choose. Fortunately, that passion has led me here – writing to justify the amazing healing that I am now able to do for many others, now that I’ve spent over ten years continuing to study all aspects of homeopathy above and beyond my four year diploma requirement in order to call myself a homeopathic practitioner 3.
1.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dana-ullman/dysfunction-at-wikipedia-_b_5924226.html last accessed January 9, 15.
2.Medhurst, R. (2013). Homoeopathy for Eczema. Journal Of The Australian Traditional-Medicine Society, 19(2), 104-106.
3.https://homeopathiccures.wordpress.com/about/ last accessed January 9, 15.
4.http://www.studydroid.com/index.php?page=viewPack&packId=545924 last accessed January 9, 15.
Risks and challenges
Risks and Challenges. This project may get the attention of some skeptics and could be somehow interpreted as a negative project, however, as outlined above, this is not from a love of rigorous science but for a fear of change. This – I have discovered is just part and parcel of being a professionally sought after homeopathic practitioner and will not deter me from my passion for the truth and knowledge of true health and healing for everyone.http://www.accessnaturalhealing.com
About 25 years ago, the famous American doctor Hulda Clark came to an life-changing discovery that significantly changed the course of development of modern medicine.
She Cured 20.000 People from CancerHulda Clark has managed to heal more than 20.000 patients who were suffering from cancer and other similar diseases. The basis of each of her treatments was the elimination of parasites that exist in the human body. Clark is convinced that the basic cause for the development of every untreatable disease is the same – parasites.
She found many old recipes and designed some new recipes that helped thousands of people eliminate these dangerous microorganisms which ultimately lead to cancer cure as well as healing of other dangerous diseases.
Dr. Clark is also known as a biophysicist, philosopher and author and co-author of many different books dedicated to alternative medicine. She graduated at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada where she studied medicine. After that, she got MA in biology.
Finally in 1958, she got doctorate degree in physiology from the University of Minnesota.
However, this is not where Dr. Clark stopped upgrading her knowledge.
That’s why in 1988 she was able to design a technology that can scan the body for pathogenic microorganism presence. This discovery led to the creation of the device known as Syncrometer.
Thanks to the Syncrometer, people can detect microorganisms and other potentially dangerous substances in the body in a fast and precise manner. This device is relying on detection of resonance. In case you didn’t know, everything around us comes with its frequency.
If we use frequency in the right way, we can easily detect viruses, parasites and bacteria in human and animal bodies. Thanks to this device, Dr. Hulda Clark concluded that the leading cause of many so-called untreatable disease are the parasites found in the body.
Five years later, in 1993, Clark presented a new book called The Cure for all Cancers. This book comes with a thorough explanation about the link between Fasciolopsis buski parasite and cancer. This particular type of parasite can be noticed in every person suffering from cancer. Once the parasite is removed from the system, the cancer is gone. This was the reason why Hulda Clark created a unique anti-parasite recipe that includes black walnut, cloves and wormwood.
With the help of this remedy, users can eliminate more than 100 different types of parasites. It was proven that this powerful combination can eliminate fully-grown parasites, but what is even more interesting it can eliminate the eggs and larva created by these parasites too. Dr. Clark has also designed a special anti-parasite program that has healed thousands of people from “incurable” diseases and cancer.
She didn’t stop there and continued her research. After a while, she presented a brand new method which involved the use of bioresonance zapper. Zapper is an electronic device that works with the help of micro-currents and in this way it is capable of elimination of bacteria, viruses and parasites.
It is good to know that a huge number of doctors were aware that microorganisms can’t live in an environment with specific frequency and this is something they knew before Dr. Clark introduced the method. They have conducted many studies in which they have successfully eliminated bacteria and viruses by exposing them to different frequencies. The good news is that although these frequencies are deadly to microorganisms they are perfectly safe for the human body.
Scientists have developed a new field of science called Bioresonance Medicine based on this finding. This type of alternative medicine is part of conventional medical practices in some countries like Russia for example.
Learn more about the work of Dr. Hulda Clark through the testimony of one of the cured patients.
Here is Arthur Doerksen’s testimony of healing cancer naturally, using Hulda’s Zappers and Super Zappicator.
Visit also this useful link for more information on Dr. Clark’s investigations with the Digital Frequency Generator Zapper.
Read more: http://www.healthandlovepage.com/bioresonance-zapper/#ixzz3hVfSDOQH
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Debora Olioso, Marta Marzotto, Clara Bonafini, Paolo Bellavite
Department of Pathology and Diagnostics, University of Verona
Recent studies conducted in human/animal cells
suggested that homeopathic remedies may have an
effect on the gene regulation, initiating a cascade of gene
actions to correct the disorder or disease at a cellular
level. We have focused our attention on the possible
gene modulation effect of
traditional medicinal plant employed in phytotheraphy
and homeopathy as a nervous system relaxant to treat
various types of anxiety, pain, headache and other
ailments. Previous investigations in our laboratory
shown a significant anxiolytic-like activity of
. high dilutions in mice emotional models. To follow
up on the above evidence, we further investigated the
. mechanism of action in
models in order to asses the effects of a wide range of
drug dilutions on whole genome expression
. For this
gene expression study we used sensitive microarray
and real-time PCR techniques, able to survey the whole
human transcriptome and specific genes of interest
respectively. In our case the high-throughput microarray
analysis assisted by bioinformatics could provide a strong
clue as to the mechanism of action and the biological
relevance of ultra-low doses, whereas the real-time PCR
was useful in order to validate the microarray data and to
further investigate a narrow group of genes, i.e. a panel
of human neurotransmitter receptors and regulators,
involved in neuronal excitatory signaling. To further
investigate the possible mechanisms of gene regulation,
we also analysed the possible effect of
the methylation status of a group of genes involved in
The chief innovation in our experimental design is that
it employs a wide range of doses/dilutions: from low
dilutions (2c or 3c), where the active substances can still
be expected to exert their normal pharmaceutical action,
to high dilutions (9c or 30c), where the most controversial
principles of high dilution pharmacology come into play.
We think that this type of investigation may be useful to
start building a bridge between the more subjective point
of view of symptomatology – basis of the homeopathic
remedy choice – and a more accurate and objective
one, consisting in the identification of specific molecular
markers related with the disease and the prescribed
Global changes in gene expression produced by exposure
to high dilutions of
. extracts in human
neuroblastoma cells were investigated by and real-time
PCR techniques; the methylation analysis was conducted
with a PCR Array.
Cells were incubated for 24h with the 6 dilutions of
Gelsemium s.: 2c, 3c, 4c, 5c, 9c and 30c, produced by
Boiron Laboratoires, according to the French Homeopathic
Pharmacopoeia. Four replicate experiments were carried
out under identical conditions.
Using microarray analysis, we observed that the
. 2c significantly modulates
the expression of 56 genes (49 were downregulated
and 7 upregulated) involved in neuronal functions
(G-protein coupled receptor signalling pathways, calcium
homeostasis, inflammatory response and neuropeptide
receptors). The expression of these genes also decreased
significantly, although with small changes, after treatment
with medium dilution (3c, 4c and 5c) and high dilutions of
9c and 30c.
In the study conducted using the real-time PCR technique
exposure of a human neurocyte cell-line
. 2c dilution, containing the active principle
gelsemine, induced a down-regulation of most genes
of this array. In particular, the treated cells showed a
statistically significant down-regulation of the prokineticin
receptor 2, whose ligand is a neuropeptide involved in
nociception (ability to sense pain), and in depression-
like behavior. In the latter study, the 9c dilution was not
active. The difference between the two gene-expression
is probably due to technical factors: while real-
time PCR is the “gold standard” for gene expression
analysis of specific genes or small groups of genes,
microarray is a powerful screening method for the whole
genome and in our conditions exhibited higher sensitivity,
detecting extremely low dose effects.
In the epigenetic study the
. 2c treatment
induced an increased methylation of the homeobox A1
gene (HOXA1), which has a role in neural development
and autism spectrum disorders. The mean methylation
frequency after treatment with
. 2c was
53% compared to 28% for the controls (p=0.008).
The increased level of methylation could indicate a
reduced gene expression of this autism related gene.
The results of this study, conducted with three different
techniques, provided evidence that
a prevalently inhibitory effect on a series of genes across
a wide dose-range. The results suggest the extreme
sensitivity of human gene expression to regulation by
ultra-low doses and high dilutions/dynamizations of a
plant remedy and encourage further efforts in research
on this field. Studies using sensitive genetic approaches
may be particularly suitable for surveing of the effects of
highly diluted natural compounds and for the identification
of specific molecular markers related with the disease.
Experimental work was supported by grants from
Boiron Laboratoires to Verona University – Department
of Pathology and Diagnostics and from Italian Research
Ministry. The authors have no conflicts of interest.
1. Sunila ES, Kuttan R, Preethi KC, Kuttan G. Dynamized
preparations in cell culture.
Evid Based Complement Alternat
2. Hofbauer R, Pasching E, Moser D, Frass M. Heparin-binding
epidermal growth factor expression in KATO-III cells after
Helicobacter pylori stimulation under the influence of strychnos
Nux vomica and Calendula officinalis.
3. Mukherjee A, Boujedaini N, Khuda-Bukhsh AR. Homeopathic
Thuja 30C ameliorates benzo(a)pyrene-induced DNA damage,
stress and viability of perfused lung cells of mice in vitro.
4. Sikdar S, Mukherjee A, Ghosh S, Khuda-Bukhsh AR.
Condurango glycoside-rich components stimulate DNA
damage-induced cell cycle arrest and ROS-mediated caspase-3
dependent apoptosis through inhibition of cell-proliferation in
lung cancer, in vitro and in vivo.
Environ Toxicol Pharmacol
5. Magnani P, Conforti A, Zanolin E, Marzotto M, Bellavite P.
Dose-effect study of Gelsemium sempervirens in high dilutions
on anxiety-related responses in mice.
6. Marzotto M, Olioso D, Brizzi M, Tononi P, Cristofoletti M,
Bellavite P. Extreme sensitivity of gene expression in human
SH-SY5Y neurocytes to ultra-low doses of Gelsemium
BMC Complement Altern Med
7. Olioso D, Marzotto M, Moratti E, Brizzi M, Bellavite P. Effects
of Gelsemium sempervirens L. on pathway-focused gene
expression profiling in neuronal cells.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The U.S. Food & Drug Administration is failing to disclose additional serious side effects associated with one of the most popular and widely used prescription drugs on the market.
The drugs are part of a family of antibiotics collectively known as fluoroquinolones and are marketed under brand names including Levaquin, Cipro and the generic form Levofloxacin.
The drugs are used to combat serious infections such as pneumonia and kidney infections and are so powerful they are used in the treatment of anthrax cases.
Now, an exclusive investigation by KJRH’s sister station WEWS has obtained a 2013 FDA report that raises new concerns about possible “mitochondrial toxicity.”
Since 2008, the FDA has provided its highest level warning – known as a black box warning – alerting doctors that side effects can include ruptured tendons and nerve damage.
In addition, our investigation obtained an FDA database of adverse effects and found 3,000 deaths and 200,000 complaints of serious effects associated with Levaquin and similar drugs.
Cindy Rapkin began using Levaquin, but stopped after complaining of vision and sore tendons.
“I was having such horrible, horrible pain, my knee was killing me,” said Rapkin.
Bob Paddock’s wife also used Levaquin and he believes it resulted in so much pain that his wife was forced to used knee pads and wooden board on rollers to move around.
“Her wrists hurt her, her ankles hurt her,” said Paddock. “It was just an accumulation of the various pains from that and other health conditions that pushed her over the edge.”
Karen Paddock took her own life.
Now, possible mitochondrial toxicity is an another alarming side effect the FDA has failed to disclose.
Dr. Charles Bennett is a drug safety advocate and serves as the Endowed Chair in Medication Safety and Efficacy for the Center of Economic Excellence at the University of South Carolina.
“People’s lives, people’s livelihood, the economy – all are at risk,” said Bennett.
Bennett has been following the side effects associated with Levaquin and similar drugs for years and is not advocating removing the drugs from the market, but instead increased warnings to ensure both doctors and patients are more fully aware of side effects.
“To put it in plain language,” said Bennett. “Mitochondria are the gas tank, mitochondria toxicity means there’s no gas in the tank and your body really cannot function.”
In June 2014, Bennett filed a citizens petition with the FDA urging additional warnings based on the FDA’s own 2013 report concerning mitochondrial toxicity.
But instead of acting, the FDA notified Bennett that it’s “been unable to reach a decision” and will continue to study the issue.
In response to this report, the FDA said it “cannot discuss ongoing drug investigations,” but did say, “it takes concerns” we raised “seriously” and is “considering the matters raised by the petition and is giving it careful consideration.”
Even so, Bennett says the FDA’s review could take years and delays could cost additional lives.
“The FDA gets about one percent of all reports,” said Bennett, who argues if you take the 3,000 deaths already reported, the actual number of deaths is closer to 300,000.
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