Tuesday, 25 April 2017

From Dr Brownstein’s Blog: Where is the Outrage? DPT Shots Associated with a 10-Fold Higher Mortality!


A 2017 study in Africa compared a DTP/OPV (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, oral polio) vaccinated group of children to an unvaccinated group.  The authors found there was a 10-fold increase risk in death in the vaccinated group that received only the DPT shot, as compared to the unvaccinated group.  If the children also received the OPV vaccine, there was a 5-fold higher death rate.  All-cause infant mortality after 3 months of age increased by 112% after the introduction of these vaccines.

Folks, I have been asking the Centers for Disease Control to do a vaccinated versus unvaccinated study in the U.S. for many years.  That study would answer the question whether vaccines are safe or not.  If unvaccinated children are as sick as vaccinated children it would rule out vaccines as causing the epidemic of illnesses our children are suffering including asthma, cancer, autoimmune diseases and autism.  But, the CDC refuses to do a study like this. 

Why would the CDC refuse to do a vaccinated versus unvaccinated study?  After seeing what happened to the poor children in Africa, the CDC, which owns vaccine patents and receives hundreds of millions of dollars in vaccine sales, can’t risk a negative outcome study.  

President Trump campaigned on draining the swamp.  The stench from the CDC is right there for all to smell.  The CDC epitomizes the swamp that President Trump spoke about. 

Where is the outrage amongst the Powers-That-Be about this study?  Where are the calls to investigate this matter further?  Why do our children, who are the most vaccinated on the face of the earth, suffer more death, chronic illnesses, and autoimmune disorders when compared to any other Western children?

This is exactly why we need President Trump to appoint Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to chair the Vaccine Safety Commission.  I encourage each and every one of you to send a message to President Trump encouraging him to move forward on this issue.   You can send a message here; https://www.donaldjtrump.com/contact 

At my talk on May 20, 2017, in Novi, Michigan, I will discuss this topic in more detail and show you what is wrong with our current vaccine program.  Furthermore, I will provide you with the newest information about what really works in holistic medicine including the newest information about ozone therapy.

To sign up for this lecture, please call:  1.800.647.5616. 

DrB


Thursday, 20 April 2017

That through death He might destroy him that had the power of death


C H Spurgeon's Morning Devotional for 20th April 

"That through death He might destroy him that had the power of death."

Hebrews 2:14

O child of God, death hath lost its sting, because the devil's power over it is destroyed. Then cease to fear dying. Ask grace from God the Holy Ghost, that by an intimate knowledge and a firm belief of thy Redeemer's death, thou mayst be strengthened for that dread hour. Living near the cross of Calvary thou mayst think of death with pleasure, and welcome it when it comes with intense delight. It is sweet to die in the Lord: it is a covenant-blessing to sleep in Jesus. Death is no longer banishment, it is a return from exile, a going home to the many mansions where the loved ones already dwell. The distance between glorified spirits in heaven and militant saints on earth seems great; but it is not so. We are not far from home-a moment will bring us there. The sail is spread; the soul is launched upon the deep. How long will be its voyage? How many wearying winds must beat upon the sail ere it shall be reefed in the port of peace? How long shall that soul be tossed upon the waves before it comes to that sea which knows no storm? Listen to the answer, "Absent from the body, present with the Lord." Yon ship has just departed, but it is already at its haven. It did but spread its sail and it was there. Like that ship of old, upon the Lake of Galilee, a storm had tossed it, but Jesus said, "Peace, be still," and immediately it came to land. Think not that a long period intervenes between the instant of death and the eternity of glory. When the eyes close on earth they open in heaven. The horses of fire are not an instant on the road. Then, O child of God, what is there for thee to fear in death, seeing that through the death of thy Lord its curse and sting are destroyed? and now it is but a Jacob's ladder whose foot is in the dark grave, but its top reaches to glory everlasting.


Saturday, 15 April 2017

He Is Risen!

From the Bible -

Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in Me shall never die. Believest thou this? (John 11 v 25-26).

In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre. And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it. His countenance was like lightning, and his raiment white as snow: And for fear of him the keepers did shake, and became as dead men. And the angel answered and said unto the women, Fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay. And go quickly, and tell his disciples that he is risen from the dead; and, behold, he goeth before you into Galilee; there shall ye see him: lo, I have told you. And they departed quickly from the sepulchre with fear and great joy; and did run to bring his disciples word. (Matthew 28 v 1 - 8).

For even hereunto were ye called: because Christ also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that ye should follow his steps:Who did no sin, neither was guile found in his mouth: Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed himself to him that judgeth righteously: Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed. For ye were as sheep going astray; but are now returned unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls. (1 Peter 2 v 21 - 25).


A Hymn -

Many woes had He endured,
Many sore temptations met,
Patient, and to pains inured:
But the sorest trial yet
Was to be sustained in thee,
Gloomy, sad Gethsemane!

There my Saviour faced my guilt,
Pending judgement, unrelieved,
And the horrors which He felt
Were too vast to be conceived.
None can grasp the woe in thee,
Doleful, dark Gethsemane!

Sins against a holy God;
Sins against His righteous laws;
Sins against His love, His blood;
Sins against His name and cause;
Sins immense as is the sea—
Waited in Gethsemane!

On His dying love alone
I depend—with all my need,
Deeds of righteousness I’ve none,
Nothing of good works to plead.
O, how Christ must act for me,
Starting in Gethsemane.

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
One almighty God of love,
Hymned by all the heavenly host
In Thy shining courts above,
We poor sinners, gracious Three,
Bless Thee for Gethsemane.

Joseph Hart, 1712-68


Friday, 7 April 2017

Banned from sleeping

From The TYMES Trust website



Hi, I’m 15 years old.

Last October I suffered a huge ME relapse. I had been under the care of a clinic, but their advice seemed to make me worse. I desperately try not to sleep through the day, as I was told by the clinic. I’m not sure if this is right, though. Should I try sleeping in the day, just a little? I really need some advice I can trust. I have stopped trusting the clinic, as their advice just doesn’t help me.

Hannah Barnes


Hi Hannah,

Rest assured, you are not alone in finding this advice counterproductive. We receive many such comments. 

Sleep problems in classic ME have for many years been known to be caused by disturbance of the hypothalamus gland in the brain, which controls automatic functions of the body. One of the main problems appears to be that, like you, people with classic ME are often counselled not to sleep in the daytime even if their brain is telling them to fall asleep. This advice seems to be given out of a misunderstanding that they will not sleep at night if they have slept in the daytime. However, because of hypothalamic disturbance, they often can’t sleep properly at night anyway, so they can then end up even more short of sleep. 

Dr Darrel Ho-Yen once stated that patients who seem to do best are those who take naps. Consultant microbiologist Dr Elizabeth Dowsett, one of the most knowledgeable authorities on ME (now retired) always talked of ‘living within the rhythm of the brain’ as it works to heal itself. That means following the brain’s signals. Paediatrician and ME specialist Dr Alan Franklin maintained that it was downright cruel to wake children with ME when their brain had at last managed to sleep. 

Although such a sleep pattern can be inconvenient, often necessitating a reorganisation of times spent studying and doing other activities, it does seem to assist the body to return to a more conventional sleep/waking cycle over time. 

In Mummies Aren’t Supposed To Cry (www.tymestrust.org/pdfs/mummiesarent.pdf) you can read an account by a mother describing how she and her son managed his difficulties sleeping. I heard from her recently with details of his substantial achievements and exciting life these days. 

The worst thing can be the stress caused by worrying that one ‘should’ be asleep at night. I believe that the sleep police have a lot to answer for, using terms like ‘sleep hygiene’ as though one is dirty if one cannot sleep during the prescribed hours. Such stress prevents relaxation and makes it less likely that sleep will come. You will probably be amused by the poem about sleep that I once wrote, also in Mummies Aren’t Supposed To Cry

With best wishes, 

Jane 

Jane Colby FRSA 
Former Head Teacher 
Executive Director 
The Young ME Sufferers Trust


Dear Jane,

Thank you so much for your email!! I had tears of relief streaming down my face. 

I have just read the publication you suggested, so much of it was so familiar. 

I have only just started to respect my ME, after 2 years of following the clinic’s advice. 

Your poem is so funny, and yet so meaningful! It will help me get through tonight if I wake up. 

Thank you so much for replying, you have no idea how much it has helped! 

Hannah

Saturday, 1 April 2017

Stanford researcher develops tools to understand chronic fatigue syndrome


(I just wish they would call the illness by its proper name: ME, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)

Holly MacCormick on March 30, 2017

Many scientists care deeply about their work. Yet for researcher Ron Davis, PhD, the drive to decode the mystery of chronic fatigue syndrome is all-encompassing: Davis’ 33-year old son, Whitney Dafoe, has been bedridden with the disease for nearly four years.

Since his son fell ill, Davis has worked to uncover the molecular mechanisms and biochemical processes that underlie chronic fatigue syndrome, or myalgic encephalomyelitis. In 2013, Davis launched the Stanford Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research Center with the aim of definitively diagnosing, treating and curing CFS.

Now, Davis and his team are making strides toward creating a diagnostic test for CFS. They’ve crafted a nanofabricated cube, about the size of a sugar lump, that uses 2,500 electrodes to sense electrical resistance in human cells. A recent Nature article highlighted the work:

“When Davis exposed immune cells from six people with chronic fatigue syndrome to a stressor — a splash of common salt — the cube revealed that they couldn’t recover as well as cells from healthy people could. Now his team is fabricating 100 more devices to repeat the experiment, and testing a cheaper alternative — a paper-thin nanoparticle circuit that costs less than a penny to make on an inkjet printer.

The goal is to figure out exactly what is going wrong that current tests can’t identify.

“My son can’t read. He can’t listen to music. He can’t talk. He can’t write,” Davis said in the article. “But when the doctor does a battery of tests on him, they all come out normal.”

The preliminary findings of the nanofabricated cube study, and the next round of tests using a cheaper version in the form of a thin nanoparticle circuit (shown above), could help pave the way toward a test for CFS.

“This is not an academic exercise,” Davis said. “My son is in bad, bad shape.”