Violent Behavior: A Solution in Plain Sight

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Sylvia Onusic The disturbing tendencies we see today contrast strongly with Dr. Weston Price’s descriptions of harmonious, well-nourished indigenous cultures … Modern commentators are blind to the solution, a solution that is in plain sight: clearly defining good nutrition and putting it back into the mouths of our children, starting before they are even conceived. […]

A New Light on Breast Cancer

Woman Holding Pink Ribbon The German New Medicine teaches us that there are two fundamental types of breast cancer, glandular and ductal. As we look at glandular – the biological conflict is a territorial nest-worry (the worry over the well-being of a loved one.) It can also center around an argument, a quarrel or rift regarding a nest or […]

Mammography Madness

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William Campbell Douglass American radiologists, with the encouragement of the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society, have spent the last ten years convincing women that they should get a mammogram after the age of forty. We have been urging our female readers not to get mammograms at any age. Our reasoning has been […]

Strategies for the Management of Spike Protein-Related Pathology

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Matthew T. J. Halma, Christof Ploth, Paul Marik and Theresa A. Lawrie In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, a need has arisen to prevent and treat two related conditions, COVID-19 vaccine injury and long COVID-19, both of which can trace at least part of their aetiology to the spike protein, which can cause harm […]