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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Don't Tell Me We Live In A Democracy!

Despite Daniel Hauser's parents saying that using chemotherapy to fight his Hodgkin's lymphoma is against their religion and beliefs, the 13-year-old Minnesota boy with cancer is being "forced" to resume medical treatment to save his life. Despite religious and other objections by his family, the judge ruled Friday that Daniel must go through with the treatment.

Judge John Rodenberg said Daniel Hauser must have a chest X-ray by next Tuesday, and ordered lawyers and the family back into his courtroom that day to give him an update on the boy's condition.

"Daniel Hauser is a child in need of protection," Rodenberg wrote, noting that five doctors agreed on the recommended course of treatment. The county, he said, had proved "a compelling state interest in the life and welfare of Daniel sufficient to "override" the fundamental constitutional rights of both the parents and Daniel to the free exercise of religion and the due process right of the parents to direct the upbringing of their child."

An attorney for the Hausers said Friday that the family will comply for now and has scheduled X-rays for Monday, but is considering an appeal.

"The Hausers believe that the injection of chemotherapy into Danny amounts to an assault upon his body, and torture when it occurs over a long period of time." I agree. "They believe that it's against the spiritual law to invade the consciousness of another person without their permission."

County Attorney James Olson, who petitioned for the court's intervention, said the judge's decision "gets things started." But even with the X-ray, doctors may not have a prognosis for Daniel by Tuesday's hearing, and the judge may require more information before issuing a final order on chemotherapy.

Daniel was diagnosed in January with Hodgkin's lymphoma, but the Hausers stopped his chemotherapy and radiation after one treatment and began substituting alternative care, including herbs and vitamins. His doctors notified child protection officials, prompting Olson to file a child neglect petition.

In a 58-page ruling, Judge Rodenberg said Daniel should remain in the custody of his parents, Anthony and Colleen of Sleepy Eye, "provided that the parents get the chest X-ray" and choose an oncologist to provide chemotherapy if ordered.

Minnesota laws require parents to provide children with "medically necessary care," he wrote. He said the Hausers may continue with their natural remedies, but added that providing "complementary and alternative health care is not sufficient."

If the Legislature reconsiders the relevant laws, the judge said, "I am confident that I join all of the others involved in this matter in hoping, and indeed in praying, that Daniel Hauser lives to testify at that hearing."

However, he wrote, "this matter ... involves a 13-year-old child who has only a rudimentary understanding at best of the risks and benefits of chemotherapy ... He does not believe he is very ill currently. The fact is that he is very ill," the opinion said. The order is posted on the Minnesota state courts website,

Combining treatments

Dr. Greg Plotnikoff, an integrative medicine expert at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, said the judge's decision provides a way "to build on the family's strengths and spiritual beliefs by combining the widest wide range of treatments -- acupuncture, herbs, ginger for nausea -- and chemotherapy, which is clearly the key to treatment.

"I hope the family doesn't feel trapped," Plotnikoff added. "Really, they're lucky in to be in Minnesota, where we routinely combine traditional medical care with alternative treatment to get better outcomes."

But Diane Miller, a Minnesota lawyer and director of legal and public policy for the National Health Freedom Coalition, said the court erred by not allowing the Hausers to follow their beliefs.

"They should be free to choose or not choose chemotherapy or any other medical treatment," she said. "Unfortunately, doctors will be disciplined here if they don't recommend chemotherapy."

In court documents, the Hausers argued that the state was usurping their rights to medical and religious freedom. They told Rodenberg that they are practicing Catholics but also belong to a Native American religious group, the Nemenhah, which advocates natural healing.

The judge said that while the parents' beliefs and good intentions are not disputed, "medical neglect as defined by Minnesota law most definitely occurred." He was referring specifically to two recent doctor visits when a chest X-ray was recommended, and refused by the parents, to see if Daniel's lymphoma had spread.

He noted that Colleen Hauser testified that she would again consider chemotherapy if Daniel's condition worsened, but pointed out that another X-ray is necessary to make that decision.

At last week's court hearing in New Ulm, cancer specialists from Children's Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic testified that Daniel had an 80 to 90 percent chance of surviving with chemotherapy and radiation, but likely will die within five years without it. Interestingly, they said the same thing to me and I'm still here, cancer free after six years! (Without doing what they told me I have to do!) You can read my story here if you haven't yet.

Swine Flu Continues to Plague

(NaturalNews) H1N1 influenza (swine flu) has spread beyond the ability of the CDC to track it, leading one of its health authorities (Daniel Jernigan) to admit that 100,000 Americans are likely already infected by the swine flu.

The CDC has only "confirmed" 4,714 cases of the flu so far, but by its own admission, the CDC's testing lab is so hopelessly overloaded that it has all but abandoned trying to identify every case of swine flu. All it can do now is estimate the likely number of infections through statistical modeling.

That modeling essentially says that swine flu is already at a pandemic stage, and it will eventually infect anywhere from one-third to one-half of the world population, depending on whose figures you believe.

So if swine flu is infecting so many people, why aren't more people dying?

Some people are dying from it, of course. The latest is an assistant principal of a NYC school, who just passed away yesterday.

But the lack of deaths from the swine flu at the moment doesn't mean the danger is over. In fact, the western world is right now experiencing the health benefits of Spring, which brings sunlight and vitamin D (a natural anti-viral vitamin) to the people.

Historically, influenza strikes in the Fall and Winter months when vitamin D levels are low. Winter, of course, means December - February in the Northern hemisphere, and June - July in the Southern hemisphere. So even if a pandemic strikes North America during the winter of 2009, it is unlikely to be as dangerous in Australia at the same time (because that's Australia's summer).

At the same time, the coming Summer in North America is a vitamin D deficient winter in Australia, so there may be increased risk of H1N1 influenza deaths throughout June, July and August in the Southern hemisphere.

The CDC and WHO, however, are most concerned about the coming winter in North America. The 1918 pandemic struck during the winter months, of course, hitting the population when people were most vulnerable with vitamin D deficiency.

With potentially millions of Americans carrying non-fatal H1N1 influenza into the regular winter flu season in late 2009, there is a very real chance that H1N1 genetic code could mix with various seasonal flu strains, creating a highly lethal and contagious strain that devastates the human population across the world.

It's impossible for anyone to accurately predict the risk of such a mutation occurring, but the elements are in place for precisely such a development. Importantly, should such a scenario unfold, vaccines will be totally useless because they only target whatever H1N1 strain was circulating eight months ago!

Remember this: A viral mutation instantly renders all vaccines completely useless.

Monday, May 18, 2009

US cases of swine flu top 5,000 with six deaths

WASHINGTON (AFP) — The US government reported Monday more than 400 new cases of swine flu to take the nation's total number of infections above 5,000, and said it remained on guard for an autumn upsurge.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the number of confirmed and probable cases in 47 states plus Washington's District of Columbia now stood at 5,123, up from 4,714 on Friday.

A teacher at a New York school who had been in critical condition for days died Sunday after being infected with the A(H1N1) virus, taking the US death toll to six. Only Mexico has suffered more deaths from the disease.

The CDC has downgraded a travel warning for Mexico but Anne Schuchat, director of the agency's center for immunization and respiratory diseases, took issue with media reporting that is now playing down the outbreak.

"The H1N1 virus is not going away, despite what you may have heard," she told reporters, stressing that the number of confirmed cases in the United States may be only the "tip of the iceberg."

"Unfortunately based on the trends we're seeing, we do expect more illness, more hospitalizations, and more deaths," Schuchat said, with more than 200 people already requiring hospital treatment in the United States.

The official backed the actions of New York authorities, where 12 schools around the city had been temporarily closed after suspicious outbreaks, forcing 11,000 children to miss classes.

"We cannot stop the virus from spreading. We should not be surprised to see more cases," New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned.

City officials said their fight against swine flu would focus on those weakened by pre-existing conditions, as was the case in the weekend death of the 55-year-old assistant principal at a school in the Queens neighborhood.

The US update followed a sharp increase in swine flu infections in Japan, which stoked fears that the virus may have taken hold in another continent beyond its source in North America.

The World Health Organization has warned that sustained transmission in a country in another region, without a direct link to travelers, would warrant the declaration of a global pandemic.

WHO chief Margaret Chan warned on Monday that the world might be facing the calm before a swine flu storm, as she faced pressure from Britain and other nations not to rush into declaring a pandemic.

Schuchat said she did not know if US officials attending the WHO's annual assembly in Geneva had sided with Britain in urging Chan to desist from a pandemic declaration.

But she said that such a declaration would add nothing to the "aggressive" efforts of US authorities to contain the outbreak.

"Things could change quickly and we do continue our efforts to prepare, particularly for the fall, where history tells us we might have a second wave of this virus," the CDC official said.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Cancer of the Body and Mind

I apologize in advance, before you even get started reading this article... BUT, I am disgusted with the Farah Fawcett cancer video project! (Let's watch some more children being abused or some other despicable inhumanity to another human being...) PLEASE!

After watching the news tonight and hearing about the sharks circling her barely living body, I wanted to grab heads and apply a quick snapping action between all of them.

She asked one of her friends, "Do you think the doctors will tell me how much time I have left?"... Let me answer you Farah... No, they will continue to "milk" her insurance company as she continues to be killed FROM the chemotherapy now. And then there's some guy arguing over getting his fair share of the filming of "documentary" he had agreed to... (That's a whole other pathetic story within this one.)

Every time I see another person suffer needlessly, I want to cry. The mockery of the people heightens for me when I see the most sincere and dear people, joyous as they participate in the "race for a cure" every year. Why?

Because cancer has been cured "over and over" with alternative treatments! I'm not talking about some acupuncture, herbal, "off the wall" weird treatment... I'm talking about the very science and proven results of people like Dr. Hulda Clark, who have dedicated their lives to the "science" of curing cancer.

The medical establishment does NOT want you to know and will NOT let you participate in any alternative if they have their way! (I'm speaking from first hand experience and testimonies of many of those I've consulted with their health issues.) It doesn't matter if the alternative works and theirs doesn't... they are "right" and you are an uneducated person that will never know more than their 10 years of medical training! Why do you think so many of them have ego's the size of Texas?

If you have cancer or have a friend or family member with cancer, I want you to know that there is a credible alternative to your being "burned alive" like Farah Fawcett and others in my own family have been treated. Some will listen and some will continue to trust in a horribly failed system of so-called treatment.

If you don't mind having your body parts cut away and being treated with a "fatality mentality," then by all means, put your faith in the doctors and do as they say!

It's true, one day we'll all die and face our creator, but as long as we're alive, shouldn't we want to live life healthy?

If you'd like more information on or would like to read my story of how I refused to do what my doctor told me I had to... and lived, Go here

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Texas Doctor Claims The Swine Flu Worse

A Texas Doctor Claims Swine Flu Cases Far Worse Than Reported, Level 6 Pandemic In Effect 300409top

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, April 30, 2009

A doctor in Texas claims that swine flu cases are at least ten times worse than officials are letting on, and that hospitals are becoming overwhelmed as the virus has already crossed the threshold to be considered a phase 6 global pandemic.

Dr. Marcus Gitterle, an emergency medicine physician based out of New Braunfels, Texas, sent out an internal alert which contains several stunning claims about swine flu that, if true, officials have presumably sought to keep from the public.

“After I returned from a public health meeting yesterday with community leaders and school officials in Comal County and Hays County, (name removed) suggested I send an update to my patients in the area, because what we are hearing privately from the CDC and Health Department is different from what you are hearing in the media,” writes Gitterle.

The doctor claims that the actual number of confirmed cases of swine flu is 10 to 25 times worse than has been reported, and that people are not recovering easily, as has been claimed, but that many Americans are in fact seriously ill.

“The way they fudge on reporting this is that it takes 3 days to get the confirmatory nod from the CDC on a given viral culture, but based on epidemiological grounds, we know that there are more than 10 cases for each “confirmed” case right now,” claims Gitterle.

“This has not been in the media, but a 23 month old in Houston is fighting for his life, and a pregnant woman just south of San Antonio is fighting for her life,” he writes.

Gitterle’s mention of a “23 month old in Houston” obviously refers to the Mexican toddler who died on Monday night and was announced as the first U.S. fatality on Tuesday morning.

Quick access to drugs like Tamiflu and Relenza, as well as ventilators, is preventing fatalities on the scale of Mexico, but Gitterle warns that “within a couple of weeks, regional hospitals will likely become overwhelmed”.

Gitterle warns, “ER’s south of here are becoming overwhelmed — and I mean that — already. It is coming in waves, but the waves are getting bigger.”

The doctor states that the severity of the situation has already crossed the threshold of the definition of a WHO phase 6 pandemic. “This has not happened in any of our lifetimes so far. We are in uncharted territory,” he writes.

Gitterle claims that President Obama is being advised to declare a national emergency and that this could happen within the next 48 hours.

“This may not happen, but if it doesn’t, I will be surprised. When this happens, all public gathering will be cancelled for 10 days minimum,” writes the doctor.

Gitterle advises people to avoid all public gatherings, especially those held indoors, to avoid going to their ER if they feel ill, and to take the nutritional supplements N-Acetyl-Cysteine and Oscillococinum. He recommends Relenza as a more powerful drug than Tamiflu but warns that supplies of both drugs are running out fast.

The doctor states that swine flu is infectious for about two days prior to symptom onset and that the virus can spread for more than seven days after symptom onset. The symptoms are the same as normal flu, although it has been discovered that swine flu causes a distinctive “hoarseness” in many victims.

“Since it is such a novel (new) virus, there is no “herd immunity,” so the “attack rate” is very high. This is the percentage of people who come down with a virus if exposed. Almost everyone who is exposed to this virus will become infected, though not all will be symptomatic. That is much higher than seasonal flu, which averages 10-15%. The “clinical attack rate” estimation from CDC and WHO may be around 40-50%. This is the number of people who show symptoms. This is a huge number. It is hard to convey the seriousness of this to those outside of the medical fields,” he writes.

No Kisssing??? What's The World Coming To?