Cancer researcher Dr. John Apsley (email@example.com) discussed safe, cost effective, and alternative cancer cures and treatments, and the efforts made to suppress these natural therapies. Cancer tends to occur when cells have "low gain energy" states, and is often associated with poor thyroid function, he said, noting that Dr. Broda Barnes was one of the first to make this connection. Dr. Alexis Carrel was another medical pioneer in the field, and demonstrated how animal cells can thrive in a high gain energy state indefinitely-- in fact he kept a chicken heart beating in a Petri dish for over 22 years!
An Italian oncologist, Dr. Tullio Simoncini believes there's a strong connection between cancer and fungus, and was able to cure cancer by applying baking soda to tumors. However, his license to practice was revoked in Italy, and he faced multiple threats in court, Apsley detailed. In the US, physicians have been routinely disciplined for using natural methods to treat cancer as well, with such tactics as license suspension and bankruptcy. Yet, chemotherapy used by itself is only 2.1% effective, he stated.
Apsley offered a set of suggestions to those who are suffering from cancer.
Last hour guest, Lauren Weinstein, an expert in privacy issues and technology, discussed current news. The federal government is pursuing the legal right to track locations of cell phones. Right now, they don't need a subpoena to get this information, he noted. Weinstein also reported on Microsoft's latest anti-piracy plan for Windows 7, in which an update (KB-971033) will be used to check a person's system every 90 days. More on this here.
Bumper music from Thursday February 11, 2010