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We hope we have helped you!  For almost 25 years, the National Center for Health Research has helped fight cancer, heart...
12/14/2022
National Center for Health Research

We hope we have helped you! For almost 25 years, the National Center for Health Research has helped fight cancer, heart disease, and other health problems on an individual, local, state, and national level, improving the health and safety for all adults and children. Whether providing life-changing information to individuals or influencing national or local policies that affect you every day, our work is amazingly effective and unique. That is why we are able to double all donations up to $50,000 that are made between now and January 1!

Please help us get the best possible start on 2023 by making your donation this month, either online https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=13680&n=271786 or by mailing a check by January 1 to NCHR, 1001 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20036.

Please support our important work with your donation today!

Does mindfulness training with or without substantial physical exercise reduce memory problems? This new study says no. ...
12/14/2022
Effects of Mindfulness Training and Exercise on Cognitive Function in Older Adults

Does mindfulness training with or without substantial physical exercise reduce memory problems? This new study says no. So don't feel badly about not doing what we think we should.

This randomized clinical trial examines whether mindfulness-based stress reduction, exercise, or a combination of both interventions improves cognitive function in older adults with subjective cognitive concerns.

We are glad to report that the U.S. Supreme Court denied To***co Industry’s request to prevent California’s law against ...
12/13/2022
U.S. Supreme Court Denies To***co Industry’s Request for Injunction Halting California’s Flavored To***co Law, Allowing Lifesaving Measure to Take Effect

We are glad to report that the U.S. Supreme Court denied To***co Industry’s request to prevent California’s law against flavored to***co from going into effect. Flavored to***co is the gateway to ni****ne addiction, especially for children and nonsmokers. The law will be in place before Christmas. ***coBan

The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a request by R.J. Reynolds and other to***co interests for an emergency injunction to block implementation of California’s l

Why is Simon & Schuster publishing a book that claims the parasitic worm drug Ivermectin has saved millions of COVID pat...
12/12/2022
www.medpagetoday.com

Why is Simon & Schuster publishing a book that claims the parasitic worm drug Ivermectin has saved millions of COVID patients? Greed wins over public health? Have they no shame or are they just ignorant?

FDA says many Lasik surgery patients develop double vision, dry eyes, difficulty driving at night and some have terrible...
12/07/2022
Lasik Patients Should Be Warned of Complications, F.D.A. Draft Says

FDA says many Lasik surgery patients develop double vision, dry eyes, difficulty driving at night and some have terrible eye pain for the rest of their lives. The agency has developed a voluntary “guidance” so that Lasik companies and doctors will warn potential patients about the risks. But ophthalmologists are opposed and we tell The New York Times that these warnings should be required, and patients should sign a checklist with that information before they pay a nonrefundable deposit for the procedure. Learn more at:

Draft recommendations by the agency describe dry eyes, visual disturbances and other side effects of the procedure. Surgeons say the benefits are being ignored.

Get past the hype: Spinal cord stimulators are supposed to decrease pain and reduce the use of opioids. New research sho...
12/07/2022
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Get past the hype: Spinal cord stimulators are supposed to decrease pain and reduce the use of opioids. New research shows they fail to achieve that goal

This Michigan women is using her legal career to advocate for mothers whose children were conceived through r**e, but he...
12/07/2022
An Anti-Abortion Activist’s Quest to End the R**e Exception

This Michigan women is using her legal career to advocate for mothers whose children were conceived through r**e, but her goal is to ban all abortions, even in cases of r**e. She says: "If victims know they’re going to be protected from their ra**sts, they’re going to be more likely to choose life." But the trauma of r**e doesn’t go away even when the ra**st can’t obtain custody of the baby. Let’s face it, that is rarely the major issue for women who get pregnant as the result of r**e. Carrying a baby conceived through r**e is traumatic and girls and women need the option of deciding whether to end a pregnancy that results. And keep in mind that pregnancy has serious health risks, with maternal mortality in the U.S. currently 3 times the rate of most high-income countries.

For Rebecca Kiessling, helping mothers who’ve conceived children through s*xual assault is part of a strategy for curtailing reproductive rights.

Steroid injections and other popular treatments for knee arthritis pain are causing damage to the knee. Why do these tre...
12/06/2022
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Steroid injections and other popular treatments for knee arthritis pain are causing damage to the knee. Why do these treatments continue? Learn more from this new study at

Why are people who don’t have diabetes taking these diabetes drugs?  The answer is simple: TikTok videos told them he dr...
12/03/2022
The TikTok Trend That Triggered a Diabetes Drug Shortage

Why are people who don’t have diabetes taking these diabetes drugs? The answer is simple: TikTok videos told them he drugs can help them lose weight. But there is a reason why FDA only approved these drugs for people with diabetes or who are very overweight: It is because the risks outweigh the benefits for a healthy person who just wants to lose a few pounds. And meanwhile, people with diabetes are having trouble getting access to treatment they need. Learn more at

Variety dubbed Ozempic “the worst kept secret in Hollywood — especially given that its most enthusiastic users are not pre-diabetic and do not require the drug.”

We appreciate Katie Couric's efforts to educate the public about cancer screening, but it's important to listen to the e...
12/02/2022
Doctors Say Ultrasound Breast Exams May Not Be Needed

We appreciate Katie Couric's efforts to educate the public about cancer screening, but it's important to listen to the experts when making these decisions. Additional scans and sonogram after a mammogram can lead to unnecessary stress and procedures. Find out more at

Medical experts say that ultrasound and other auxiliary screenings haven't been proven to do more than regular mammography in reducing mortality.

Sometimes "promising" research results aren't good enough to help patients. That's why the hype on any new Alzheimer’s t...
12/02/2022
Lecanemab and Alzheimer's: More Data

Sometimes "promising" research results aren't good enough to help patients. That's why the hype on any new Alzheimer’s treatments need to be scrutinized more carefully. See what the says at

So let me say two things immediately about the now-published results for lecanemab, the latest attempt at anti-amyloid antibody therapy for Alzheimer’s. I think that both of these are true: the numbers are the best that I have yet seen for such an antibody, and at the same time I doubt if the drug...

Green Sprout stainless steel bottles, sippy cups, and straw cups are being recalled because they may expose children to ...
11/30/2022
Green Sprouts Recalls Toddler’s Stainless Steel Bottles and Cups Due to Lead Poisoning Hazard (Recall Alert)

Green Sprout stainless steel bottles, sippy cups, and straw cups are being recalled because they may expose children to lead poisoning. Seven customers reported the bottom of the cups breaking off and revealing lead. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends discarding the bottles and cups and contacting Green Sprout. The company is recalling approximately 10,500 units and refunding the cost to consumers. Learn more about the recall here.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled stainless steel bottles and cups away from children and discard the bottles and cups. Contact Green Sprouts for a full refund in the form of store credit or your money back. Green Sprouts is contacting all known purchasers directly.

We hope we have helped you!  For almost 25 years, the National Center for Health Research has helped fight cancer, heart...
11/29/2022
National Center for Health Research

We hope we have helped you! For almost 25 years, the National Center for Health Research has helped fight cancer, heart disease, and other health problems on an individual, local, state, and national level, improving the health and safety for all adults and children. Whether providing life-changing information to individuals or influencing national or local policies that affect you every day, our work is amazingly effective and unique. That is why we are able to double all donations up to $50,000 that are made between now and January 1!

Please help us get the best possible start on 2023 by making your donation this month, either online https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=13680&n=271786 or by mailing a check by January 1 to NCHR, 1001 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20036.

Please support our important work with your donation today!

11/23/2022

Like many of you, we are worried about the changes being made on Twitter. Too much misinformation and hateful rhetoric. This is a threat to public health that can’t be ignored. For that reason, our public health nonprofit is joining the campaign and reaching out to colleagues about other ways to work together. Protecting the public from dangerous misinformation about treatments for cancer, COVID, and other diseases is more important than protecting the freedom to shout “fire!” in a crowded movie theater. While our twitter accounts are silent, we hope you’ll check us out on Facebook and Instagram instead!

This major new study has essential info for breast cancer survivors to help them live longer. This advice could save you...
11/17/2022
Lifestyle Changes Can Reduce Risk of Death After Breast Cancer

This major new study has essential info for breast cancer survivors to help them live longer. This advice could save your life.

A major new literature review sheds light on ties between body weight, physical activity, and diet and the risk of death after breast cancer diagnosis.

Do women with dense breasts need a sonogram in addition to a mammogram to screen for breast cancer? Katie Couric says ye...
11/16/2022
Doctors Say Ultrasound Breast Exams May Not Be Needed

Do women with dense breasts need a sonogram in addition to a mammogram to screen for breast cancer? Katie Couric says yes. This expert says no.

Medical experts say that ultrasound and other auxiliary screenings haven't been proven to do more than regular mammography in reducing mortality.

Valisure is a small lab that has found carcinogens in Zantac, sunscreen, shampoo, sanitizers, and other products. Their ...
11/09/2022
A Tiny Lab Finds Danger on Drugstore Shelves While the FDA Lags Behind

Valisure is a small lab that has found carcinogens in Zantac, sunscreen, shampoo, sanitizers, and other products. Their work has resulted in recalls that are saving lives. We wonder why the U.S. Food and Drug Administration isn’t doing these routine impurity tests, which are obviously important safeguards for all of us. Are FDA staff too busy meeting with industry as required by PDUFA, instead of doing the testing that will protect patients and consumers from cancer?

Valisure has found tainted heart burn pills, sunscreens and dry shampoos, shaking up products that generate more than $9 billion in sales. Why are they outrunning regulators?

Americans spend $30 billion every year on vitamins and supplements.  But a review of the research shows that on average,...
11/09/2022
It's Official. Vitamins Don't Do Much for Health

Americans spend $30 billion every year on vitamins and supplements. But a review of the research shows that on average, vitamins don't improve your overall health. It just gives you “expensive pee.” (Maybe it helps make up for specific vitamin deficiencies.) Read more here

F. Perry Wilson summarizes the meager evidence behind a $30 billion market.

Your healthcare options will be influenced by the election results! If you care about lowering the cost of treatments fo...
11/08/2022

Your healthcare options will be influenced by the election results! If you care about lowering the cost of treatments for cancer and other diseases, affordable birth control, and ensuring the benefits of medical products, please vote! Thanks for this design!

Eli Lilly says it is no longer studying a promising cancer drug. Why? Because the Inflation Reduction Act might mean Med...
11/02/2022
Updated: Eli Lilly blames Biden's IRA for cancer drug discontinuation as the new pharma playbook takes shape

Eli Lilly says it is no longer studying a promising cancer drug. Why? Because the Inflation Reduction Act might mean Medicare could negotiate a lower price 9 years after the drug is approved – which makes it a bad “investment.” Does that surprise you? Doesn’t this drug company care about helping U.S. cancer patients, who they charge much more than patients in other countries? The company could still gouge U.S. patients for the first 9 years after approval, even if they might have to lower the price after that. Or is this just Eli Lilly’s indirect criticism of Democrats for passing the Inflation Reduction Act, which will lower the cost of cancer drugs, while the company lobbies Republicans to stop the price reductions from being implemented? See what the company says at:

Eli Lilly laid blame Tuesday afternoon on President Joe Biden's Inflation Reduction Act as the reason it scrapped a $40 million cancer drug. As part of its third quarter update earlier Tuesday morning, the Big Pharma revealed it had removed a Phase I drug licensed from Fosun Pharma, a BCL2

Remember when millions of Americans had no health insurance?  Now only 8% of Americans lack health insurance. Open Enrol...
11/01/2022
Open enrollment for ObamaCare set to kick off as subsidies keep costs low

Remember when millions of Americans had no health insurance? Now only 8% of Americans lack health insurance. Open Enrollment for 2023 Obamacare (Affordable Care Act policies) starts TODAY, and HHS says 4 out of 5 customers will be able to find plans for $10 per month or less thanks to the subsidies available based on your income!

Millions of Americans will be able to start signing up for health insurance on Tuesday when ObamaCare’s 10th open enrollment period kicks off, as the Biden administration seeks to sustain rec…

Last year pharma spent $350 million lobbying, and this year they are spending even more. That’s why drug prices are stil...
10/28/2022
Pharma lobbying headed for record-breaking 2022, nonprofit says

Last year pharma spent $350 million lobbying, and this year they are spending even more. That’s why drug prices are still so high and why allowing Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices as part of the Inflation Reduction Act was such an important accomplishment. But pharma is still lobbying heavily and supporting candidates who will vote to help pharma instead of helping patients. Ask Senator Richard Burr why he singlehandedly blocked UFA legislation to improve the safety of medications and the accuracy of medical tests.

Pharma’s lobbying expenses reached record heights last year — and according to the latest reports, the industry is on track to top those numbers in 2022. In the first three quarters, pharma companies spent a total of $281 million on lobbying, according to Dan Auble, senior researcher at the nonp...

Good news: Overall cancer death rates fell during the last 5 years among men, women, children, adolescents and young adu...
10/28/2022
Annual Report to the Nation: Cancer deaths continue downward trend; modest improvements in survival for pancreatic cancer

Good news: Overall cancer death rates fell during the last 5 years among men, women, children, adolescents and young adults in every major racial and ethnic group in the U.S. Death rates declined most steeply in lung cancer and melanoma (by 4% to 5% PER YEAR). Despite the overall decrease, death rates increased for a few specific cancers. Read the annual report at

Declines in death rates steepest in lung cancer and melanoma among men and women.

This comprehensive article in HealthCentral.com quotes breast implant patients and other experts responding to new FDA w...
10/26/2022
Do Breast Implants Cause Certain Cancers and Autoimmune Diseases?

This comprehensive article in HealthCentral.com quotes breast implant patients and other experts responding to new FDA warnings and troubling research results on lymphoma and breast implant illness among women with breast implants. Our president Dr. Diana Zuckerman explained to HealthCentral the research evidence indicating serious risks and pointed out that misleading denials of risk by plastic surgeons is NOT supported by the data. https://www.healthcentral.com/article/can-breast-implants-cause-chronic-disease?preview=true

With new FDA box warnings about a higher risk for lymphatic cancers than previously reported, troubling new research connecting implants with certain autoimmune conditions, and a growing patient population online sharing stories and symptoms, we asked the breast health experts and real women (who bo...

A Oversight Dems investigation identified at least 34 birth control products for which most health insurers and PBMs lim...
10/26/2022
House investigation finds insurers, benefit managers improperly limit access to birth control

A Oversight Dems investigation identified at least 34 birth control products for which most health insurers and PBMs limit coverage. When seeking exemptions to these costs, patients are denied over 40% of the time. The White House must take action to ensure access to ALL birth control products without cost-sharing or coverage exclusions. Abortion restrictions make access to affordable birth control even more important than ever. . Carolyn B. Maloney

Some of the nation’s largest insurers and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) impose coverage exclusions and other restrictions on birth control products, contrary to an Affordable Care Act (ACA…

Makena is a drug intended to prevent preterm birth and was approved under FDA’s Accelerated Approval program. It has ris...
10/26/2022
www.medpagetoday.com

Makena is a drug intended to prevent preterm birth and was approved under FDA’s Accelerated Approval program. It has risks and doesn’t work, so why is it still for sale years later? Congress had planned to improve the program this summer, which provides conditional approval based on very preliminary evidence but is slow to take ineffective products off the market. It isn’t too late if they add their bipartisan legislation to the end-of-year omnibus. It matters because the current process leaves too many drugs on the market that have harms that outweigh benefits to patient health. This commentary explains why this reform is essential:

After the Uvalde school shooting, Texas officials are providing kits for school children to get fingerprinted and DNA te...
10/24/2022
Opinion | DNA kits for kids show Texas’s twisted priorities

After the Uvalde school shooting, Texas officials are providing kits for school children to get fingerprinted and DNA tested. These are the same precautions as troops who go to battle, to ID dead bodies. This is the Texas solution to school shootings, instead of sensible gun control measures to keep guns out of the hands of children.

The state protects gun rights at the expense of children.

Today is Mammography Day and you may have heard that 64% of women over 40 do not get annual mammograms. BUT that’s actua...
10/21/2022
When Should Women Start Regular Mammograms? 40? 50? And How Often is "Regular"?

Today is Mammography Day and you may have heard that 64% of women over 40 do not get annual mammograms. BUT that’s actually good news! Because experts say that most women don’t need mammograms til age 45 or 50 and only every other year, not annually. And mammograms should stop around age 75 unless a woman is extremely healthy and expecting to live past at least 85. Mammography is radiation so don’t overdo it. Of course, women at high risk because of family history should start earlier and may want annual screening instead. Find out more at

Recommended mammography screening for most women should start at age 50 rather than 40, and the frequency be every two years through the age of 74.

We applaud the FDA Advisory Committee that agreed that Makena, a drug intended to prevent preterm birth, should be remov...
10/21/2022
What the Makena vote means about accelerated approval, trust, and the FDA

We applaud the FDA Advisory Committee that agreed that Makena, a drug intended to prevent preterm birth, should be removed from the market because it isn’t proven to work. Will the agency lose public trust because it admitted it made a mistake when it approved Makena? The FDA must do a better job explaining to the public that accelerated approval is based on preliminary evidence that may be proven wrong when better studies are required to confirm whether the product is safe and effective. Labeling and ads should clearly expose the temporary nature of these approvals and warn that more safety and efficacy data is needed.

Drugs that receive accelerated approval should come with a large asterisk on the drug label, warning patients and prescribers that the approval may be temporary, with additional data on safety and effectiveness yet to come.

CVS is lowering the price by 25% for CVS brand menstrual products (tampons, pads, liners, and cups). Some states inappro...
10/15/2022
CVS drops prices on its tampons and will pay the 'pink tax' | CNN Business

CVS is lowering the price by 25% for CVS brand menstrual products (tampons, pads, liners, and cups). Some states inappropriately tax menstrual items as ‘luxury products’ (!!!), and when it is legal to do so, CVS will pay that tax so consumers don’t have to. So far, CVS’s initiative to cover tax charges has expanded to 12 states. This will help low-income women and girls who can’t go to school or work due to lack of these products. Thank you CVS! Read more here

CVS will reduce prices on its store-branded menstrual products nationwide and pay the sales taxes on those products in a dozen states.

We support the efforts of the White House and Congress to reduce healthcare costs for Medicare beneficiaries with cancer...
10/14/2022
Affordable Health Care for Individuals with Cancer | The White House

We support the efforts of the White House and Congress to reduce healthcare costs for Medicare beneficiaries with cancer. A new The White House report suggests that the $2,000 out-of-pocket cap in the Inflation Reduction Act will help over 450,000 current Medicare patients with a prior cancer diagnosis to save an average of nearly $1,600 per year on prescription drugs.

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States as of 2020, after heart disease. It is projected that there will be approximately 1.9 million new cancer diagnoses and over 600,000 cancer deaths this year. The overall age-adjusted cancer mortality rate has been declining over the las...

New ads by a conservative women's group are designed to intentionally deceive voters to think the ads are prochoice. But...
10/13/2022
Documents reveal nonprofit’s plan to downplay abortion in the midterms

New ads by a conservative women's group are designed to intentionally deceive voters to think the ads are prochoice. But the real goal of the ads is to convince voters that abortion is not an important health issue. Don’t be misled.

Independent Women’s Voice pitched donors on a project to blunt the impact of the Dobbs decision. Now it’s carrying out that project.

Counties that backed Trump more heavily in 2020 had lower COVID-19 vaccination rates. New data indicate that these count...
10/07/2022
Analysis | After vaccines became available, a partisan gap in deaths emerged

Counties that backed Trump more heavily in 2020 had lower COVID-19 vaccination rates. New data indicate that these counties also had higher excess death rates (deaths above the expected rate), probably due to COVID. More than 234,000 deaths from June 2021 through March 2022 could have been prevented if more people got COVID vaccinations. How can we prevent partisan politics from undermining public health? If nothing is done, the higher excess death rate among Republicans is likely to continue through the remainder of the pandemic.

The link between covid deaths and partisanship gets robust reinforcement.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a controversial treatment for Lou Gehrig’s disease. The company says it h...
09/30/2022
FDA approves first ALS drug in 5 years after pleas from patients

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a controversial treatment for Lou Gehrig’s disease. The company says it helps ALS patients live longer but FDA scientists disagree. So why should patients pay $158,000 per year? Should the FDA lower their standards for unproven drugs for serious and life threatening conditions? Was patient pressure and political pressure more important than scientific evidence to the FDA? Shouldn’t there be limits on the cost of treatments that aren’t proven to work? NCHR president Diana Zuckerman shared her concerns with Washington Post.

The newly approved therapy, called AMX0035, is designed to slow the disease by protecting nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord destroyed by ALS.

New NIH study shows that several popular diabetes drugs were more effective than Januvia and Amaryl.  When each of the 7...
09/22/2022
Two popular diabetes drugs outperformed others in large clinical trial

New NIH study shows that several popular diabetes drugs were more effective than Januvia and Amaryl. When each of the 7 drugs were combined with metformin, Lantus, Basaglas, Toujeo, Victoza, and Saxenda were each more effective than Januvia or Amaryl.

NIH-funded researchers complete first study comparing commonly used type 2 diabetes medications.

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Let's talk Pfizer's COVID 19 vaccine. They are misleading the public on many levels. Proposed vaccine is not only preliminary (trials incomplete; only a press release) but 1) not yet peer reviewed 2) has not even been approved by FDA 3) only 38,955 participants 4) contains body parts of aborted fetuses (just like other vaccines) 5) contains high levels of heavy metals (also like other vaccines, including children's vaccinations 6) it took 2 doses/shots to reach the level of effectiveness Pfizer claims. Also not reported is how throughout history Coronavirus vaccines are ineffective due to short lasting antibodies, thus requiring multiple doses every few months. Last, it is unknown how long protection via the vaccine might last, whether it protects those who have previously had coronavirus, and whether it prevents people from catching the virus and passing it on or simply reduces the severity of symptoms. Obvious motivation behind Pfizer CEO selling off 60% of his stock at $5.6 million day of press release, suggesting he knew challenges remained ahead obtaining peer-review and FDA approval, at least. But with excitement over Biden's win and ANY claim of a "90% effectiveness" of a vaccine, supports the CEO's cash out.
Study and observation following the children who are very ill from COVID 19 and/or what is currently being called a "syndrome" closely related, should also focus on 1) household history for use of chemicals like bleach and alcohol 2) history of over use of antibiotics (reported complication from these used against bacteria overgrowth with Syndrome) 3) current excessive use of bleach and alcohol products as preventative measures encouraged by CDC, when they know these destroy the good gut bacteria, on top of over use of antibiotics. This "syndrome" suggests preexisting weakened immune system which sets the stage for bacteria overgrowth and candida, both which support virus takeover systemically. As a Nation, our children are highly subjected to many heavy metals in vaccinations, in addition to over use of household chemicals on daily basis, as proven by past EPA studies. All of the above supports the hyper lymphatic and circulatory system response in these children.
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Az interneten olvastam, hogy az Önök kutatásaik alatt kifejlesztettek egy gyógyszert, melynek neve recardio. A leírása szerint a gyógyszer megszünteti az erekben a lerekódot koleszterint, ami elzárja az ereket Így normális vérellátást kap a szervezet. Minek hatására elmúlik a magas vérnyomás, s vele együtt a szív és a többi szerv helytelen müködése. Szeretném kérdezni Önöket, hogy ez igaz e vagy hamis állitás, mert egy német Walter Bormann nevű orvos kutató 39 euróért hírdeti a 25 arabos Recardiót.. Egyébkén nevem Fehér György Márk magyar álampolgárságu Németországban lakó idős ember vagyok. 1995 óta koszoruér betegségben szenvedek. Már Nyolcszor szívkatétereztek 4 stend van bennem . felcsillaant a remény bennem , hogy ebben az esetben nem kell annyi gyógyszert szednem és az egészségi álapotom is javulni fog
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Kedves Professzor Urak és Hölgyek
A gyógyszer leírása szerin a recardio gyógyszer megszünteti az erekben a lerekódot koleszterint, ami elzárja az ereket Így normális vérellátást kap a szervezet. Minek hatására elmúlik a magas vérnyomás, s vele együtt a szív és a többi szerv müködése. Szeretném kérdezni Önöket, hogy ez igaz e vagy hamis állitás, mert egy német Walter Bormann,nevű orvos kutató 39 euróért hírdeti a Recardiót.. Egyébkén nevem Fehér György Márk magyar álampolgárságú Németországban lakó idős ember vagyok. 1995 óta koszoruér betegségben szenvedek. Már Nyolcszor szívkatétereztek 4 stend van bennem . felcsillant a remény bennem , hogy ebben az esetben nem kell annyi gyógyszert szednem.
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Updates: New York announced today high numbers of infected for those who claim to be at home, but obviously they are still getting out and about. Virus is so complicated, new high numbers of children are experiencing a variety of different terrible symptoms and are very ill. Also new mutation is more easily transmitted. New science shows virus clogs up the lungs preventing oxygen getting to the rest of the body causing organ damage even if you survive. Antibodies are short lived, too. Airborne longer than we are told so far, also longer on surfaces per history of family chain of coronaviruses which transmit between animals and humans. Updates show sneezes and coughs are not required to spread it from the infected body; breathing works. Bottom line, it's airborne and when you walk into air space of one infected, whether they are newly sick with no symptoms yet, or most likely asymptomatic given they are out in public, droplets are constantly dropping from the air, attach to your hair, skin, clothes, purse, eyes, phone, etc. Even wearing a mask has a downside as you continually breathe back in toxic gases that are always exiting the body, which overloads the lungs, too; another predisposition most are not taking into account. STAY HOME.
I fear our Country will not further study using NAC, most successful chelator removing heavy metals from the cell, against COVID 19, due to ongoing cover up and denial of influx of metal exposure from vaccines, medical devices, etc.
Up to date summary from scientists I follow: 1) coronaviruses throughout history do NOT have long lasting antibodies which promotes reinfection 2) HIV component 3) asthmatics can expect "severe" asthma reaction due to hemorrhaging of vessels in lungs and expect worldwide shortages on asthma medications, including steroids, as there will be long term, maybe permanent side effects after recovery; not just for lungs, but for at least the heart and many countries who manufacture these meds are now keeping their supply for their own patients 4) virus greatly affects other body organs like heart, kidneys, liver and digestive tract 5) as predicted months ago mutations would eventually affect children which supports continued home education and parents staying home causing worse shortages 6) airborne longer in situations as high humidity and contained environments like schools, stores and nursing homes 7) potential for exposure through some uncooked foods 8) autoimmune response and 9) I expect eventual recognition for risk through meat once virus spreads to farm animals due to HIV factor.
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