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11-14-2008, 11:17 PM
 
Good points Mark and Andy,
I'm trying to remember the name of a guywho had a 98% or thereabouts success rate in erasing cancer in his patients. I think this was mostly around ww2 and after. He ended up being put in prison, but anyway he achieved these cure rates solely on changing the mentality of his patients. There was no diet protocol, only an emphasis on mental awareness and recognition. Fascinating. When I remember his name I will post it.
Thanks for your insights, and for those of the Cristian faith, thanks John.
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Jim
 
 
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11-14-2008, 11:24 PM
 
Ezekial, You aren't thinking about Dr. Carl Simonton are you?

http://www.simontoncenter.com/api/In...products.view/
 
 
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11-15-2008, 07:32 AM
 
I thought that I read somewhere that he smoked. How much, I don't know.
 
 
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11-15-2008, 08:18 AM
 
There was a period of time during his movie career that Strode was a smoker. He also liked to drink alcohol. Lifestyle-wise, he enjoyed the laid back Polynesian life style of his wife. Sadly, one of the things that bumped him out of professional football in the 1940's, was that he married out of his "race," and the powers that were at that time in the NFL wanted the athletes who broke the color barrier to be conservative.

I also don't want to diminish this discussion about cancer. Attitude, nutrition, environment, and exercise all play a part in cancer prevention. Still, we can't minimize the fact that genetics also plays a part. Some of us are more resistant to certain forms of disease.

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11-15-2008, 09:09 AM
 
Hey Friends,

One never knows the twists and turns a discussion may take on this forum. The cancer discussion that is part of this thread is a n especially fascinating one. I have read volume after volume over the years about suppressed cures that really do work. BUT, although they are out there, one must apply themselves in order to discover them. The Krebiozen story I referred to in both PYTP and IPR is a fascinating one in point. I hope you'll read it if you have not.


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11-16-2008, 11:22 AM
 
Andy,
No, that's not him I don't think. I'm going to try dig up who it was/is. I used to have his story bookmarked....
Goerge,
Ain't THAT the truth! Lol!
Aloha,
Jim
 
 
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11-18-2008, 11:53 PM
 
i just wanted to say this has been a really great post. i love to here more about woody strode.
 
 
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