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The State of Cancer Research

And we already know how small a role the cancer gene plays in the onset of cancer: there has been an 8-fold to 17-fold increase in the incidence of cancer in the last hundred years, but not even one-millionth of 1 percent of that increase can be related to genes.

Genes evolve over hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of years, which means that the so-called cancer gene has had no impact on the huge increase we’ve seen since 1900. Virtually 90 percent of the cancer that we see today cannot possibly have anything to do with genes.

Declining incidence of major diseases: heart disease, hip fractures, colon cancer, etc.

“Screening, they say, is only part of the story. “The magnitude of the changes alone suggests that other factors must be involved,” they wrote. None of the studies showing the effect of increased screening for colon cancer have indicated a 50 percent reduction in mortality, they wrote, “nor have trials for screening for any type […]

Intense, Short Workouts for Blood Sugar by Beth Levine

https://jonbarron.org/exercise/one-minute-workouts-can-do-wonders# One of the most common reasons people give for not exercising is that they just can’t find the time to squeeze it in. It’s tough when you work long hours, have a family to care for, household chores to be done, errands to run, and you’re trying to fit in a few social activities […]

Cancer Treatment About Face, Again by Hiyaguha Cohen

Tags: Breast Cancer Alternative Cancer Treatments Cancer Chemotherapy Throughout history, various medical cures have become popular in spite of the fact that at first glance many people might think they were, in fact, barbaric. For instance, the Mayans and Incans favored trepanation, a process in which a person who suffered seizures or migraines had holes […]

Jon Barron on Nattokinase and Atherosclerosis

http://jonbarron.org/herbal-library/nutraceuticals/natural-health-benefits-nattokinase# Natural healing remedies can be found throughout the globe, and nattokinase is no exception. Nattokinase is an enzyme found in a Japanese dish called natto (boiled soybeans fermented with bacteria Bacillus subtilis). It has been used in Japan for over 1000 years for its popular taste and as a medicinal folk remedy. This enzyme […]

Meet the Robin Hood of Science

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Jon Barron on Echinacea

In this week’s excerpt from Lessons from the Miracle Doctors, Jon Barron begins his discussion of immune boosters by looking at Echinacea. “Not only are natural immune boosters safer than the drug-based approach (having fewer side effects), they are also far more powerful than their pharmaceutical counterparts. Let’s take a look at some of the […]

These Tests Detect Cancer Earlier, Why Aren’t They More Common?!

You’ll Understand Cancer Better After Watching This Explanation!

Jon Barron on Antibiotics & Antibiotic Resistance

In this week’s excerpt from Lessons from the Miracle Doctors, Jon Barron talks about antibiotics and antibiotic resistance. “In a moment, we will discuss how to maximize your immune function, but we first need to explore how modern medicine’s approach to dealing with immune system problems has led us to the brink of disaster. Antibiotics […]