Biomagnetic Pair Therapy
|Posted on October 21, 2013 at 8:01 PM||comments (79)|
Another heartbreaking story of medical abuse, omission of facts and fraud.
This is about a patient who was never told what type of treatment he was on,
and the reason why Biomagnetic Pair therapy couldn't help him
Patient X came to me several weeks ago with a very rare autoimmune disease that Western doctors call Dermatomyositis. According to Mayclinic online, this is an inflammatory disease marked by muscle weakness and a distinctive skin rash. A Wikipedia entry says: It is a connective-tissue disease related to polymyositis (PM) that is characterized by inflammation of the muscles and the skin. While DM most frequently affects the skin and muscles, it is a systemic disorder that may also affect the joints, the esophagus, the lungs, and, less commonly, the heart. Medically, polymyositis is classified as a chronic inflammatory myopathy.
When Patient X first came to me, he was very weak and was barely able to walk on his own. He needed his wife's help lifting even the lightest things, such as a glass of water. He presented with red patchy blotches throughout his body, extreme dryness of the skin, and he claimed he had lost so much weight, he was unrecognizable. He said that everyday tasks were painful and difficult. He felt more pain at night, and that some days were better than others. Patient X had already been seeing a doctor for this condition before he learned of me. By the time I met him, he had already been through several doses of various medication, one of which was a corticosteroid and the other was an intravenous immunoglobulin (which is derived from the plasma of many blood donors). He was also taking an oral medication, but was unable to remember the name of it.
When he mentioned the immunoglobulin, I warned him that if the immunoglobulin contained genetic material from the donors, I may not be able to get an accurate reading of his body's pH distortions, because foreign blood has its own stored data and may interfere with the information I'm trying to receive from his own DNA. He understood this and chose to continue with the therapy. My experience with patients who ultimately admit they have had blood transfusions has been relatively good. So I didn't feel that Patient X would be any different.
However, after two sessions, I was frustrated to learn that he had not gotten any better. In fact, he said he was feeling worse.
On his third visit, he told me that he had to shave his head because his hair had started falling out. That's when the alarm bells started sounding for me. I checked to see if the disease had hair loss as one of its signs or symptoms. It didn't. When he mentioned hair loss, I immediately thought that a very toxic chemical was involved. I asked his wife if she knew the name of the other drug that his doctors had him on. She went through her phone to find the name of it; Methotrexate. I immediately looked it up and discovered tha Methotrexate is, in fact, a chemotherapy drug used to treat cancer, autoimmune disease and to induce medical abortions. It is used in low doses for autoimmune diseases, but treatment lasts up to a year in most cases.
The most disturbing part of this is that Patient X was never told by his doctor that his treatment was chemotherapy. He was never warned of the side effects. He was never told by his doctor that he should expect hair loss, stomach pain, or the dizziness he was experiencing. His doctors basically decided that Patient X was not worthy, or perhaps incapable of understanding what type of treatment they chose for him, leaving him without a choice as to whether to proceed with this drug or not.
Unfortunately, when this came to light, I had to turn him away, as biomagnetic therapy is ineffective after such a toxic attack of the immune system, which, in his case, was already confused. The toxicity of Methotrexate is so great that even a major change in his pH levels will not invoke enough immune response to fight the true cause of his disease. Scientists are reluctant to admit that many of the "mystery" diseases are caused by prior viral, bacterial or parasitic infections.
It's a terrible feeling to have to turn away people who are in such desperate need of care, not toxic disease maintenance. What doctors are doing to unsuspecting patients is a crime. How can this poor man be given such a toxic prescription without being counseled about it? He had no idea that he was being treated with the same drug as cancer patients! He didn't know he was being given chemotherapy! This is what we've come to expect from the medical industrial complex.
For patients who are thinking about having chemotherapy or who have had chemotherapy, Biomagnetic Pair therapy is not going to work for you. But to be sure, always ask your doctor what type of medication you are being prescribed. Ask as many questions as you can, don't let these doctors intimidate you; don't be afraid to ask many, many questions, no matter how annoyed the doctor gets. Your time with the doctor is paid time, make the most of it. Ask him or her what are the potential side effects of the drugs. We must all be brave and stand up to the pharmaceutical drug pusher.
|Posted on February 4, 2013 at 5:53 PM||comments (62)|
Dr. X: I'm afraid your type of cancer is very aggressive and spread to your colon and lower intestine. And because we aren't absolutely sure that the testes are the origin, the cancer may come back. I'm afraid the prognosis isn't good but we'll do what we can.
Patient: What are my chances?
Dr. X: I think about 20%
Patient: Dr., do you know of any alternative treatments that I could try before going through chemo, radiation and surgery? I hear magnetic therapies, and even dietary changes can help. I hear hemp, marijuana and even hyperbaric or oxygen treatments work.
Dr. X: There are some who think magnetic therapy, and electromagnetic therapy are possible, but they have absolutely no clinical trials or scientific data to support they work. Some people have found relief, and there have been cases of complete cure, but no research has gone into it. Many other treatments have anecdotal evidence, but without scientific research, you just can't trust it. We think you should watch out for charlatans, they charge hundreds of dollars for pseudo-science. It could be dangerous.
Patient: I see. So let me understand; when you gave me only 20% chance of surviving my advanced cancer, you meant that even if I go through chemo, radiation and surgery, you don't expect me to survive? And these chemicals you will be injecting me with destroy not only bad cells but all of my cells. The radiation will bombard me with highly radioactive particles that will destroy my DNA, in hopes that it will also destroy the cancer genes? It will cause me to lose my hair, vomit violently for weeks, have me bed ridden for months, I will lose my testicles and lower intestine, and will have to defecate through a catheter for the rest of my life, if I'm lucky enough to beat your grim odds of survival? For all this, you will charge my insurance $50,000 for the chemo and radiation and another $100,000 for the surgery, yet trying magnetic therapy is not recommended because charlatans charge a couple hundred dollars for something safe and quite possibly more effective?
Dr. X: That's correct. So please go ahead and put this robe on, I'll be back in a few minutes.