Friday, May 15, 2009

Thoughts on Farrah Fawcett

I considered watching Farrah Fawcett's documentary concerning her battle with cancer.

My mother was recently diagnosed with cancer (albeit at the very early stages) and I thought watching the documentary might help prepare me for what could happen in the future.

But as my roommate told me nothing can prepare you for such an eventuality.

I also would rather remember Farrah Fawcett at the height of her powers, not awaiting entry into death's door.

So I decided not to watch.


Bob said...

Farrah has a chance to live and it is not by using the standard medical community (SMC)approaches to treating cancer or any disease for that matter. In fact the SMC does not have a model or framework for medicine and how disease occurs. If they did then they could direct their efforts to treating causes not just medicating patients to relieve symptoms and enrich the pharma companies.

Modern medicine is largely based on theories, statistics, and countless “new studies” that are often contradicted by the “latest research”.

Even though medical doctrines, such as the concept of an “immune system” or of “malignant” and “metastasizing” cancers, have never been scientifically verified, the guardians of the existing medical paradigm have found effective ways to turn pure assumptions into “truths”, leading the public to believe that the unproven results are “good science”.

I was very glad she mentioned at the end of her documentary about exploring alternative therapies that are banned in USA but are used in other countries and are successful.

There is only one model I am aware of which explains all disease. It has been around since 1980 and has been suppressed. It is gaining ground now with over 40,000 documented cases which supports the model with true science and resolutions by treating the cause.

German New Medicine is founded on natural laws rather than on theories, on inductive reasoning rather than on postulation. Dr. Hamer's discoveries offer a complete scientific system that serves as a basis for an entirely new understanding of diseases.

With the knowledge of GNM we are able to identify the causes of diseases, accurately predict their development, and recognize symptoms that indicate healing. Empowered with the understanding of the Five Biological Laws of the New Medicine, we no longer have to fear diseases and thus can free ourselves from the controlling grip of the established medicine.

Dr. Hamer found that every DISEASE originates from an unexpected shock experience. He established that such a sudden shock affects not only the psyche, but impacts at the same time (visible on a brain scan) the part of the brain that corresponds biologically to the specific trauma. Whether the body responds to the unexpected event with a tumor growth (cancer), with tissue degeneration, or with functional loss, is determined by the exact type of conflict shock. So far, Dr. Hamer has been able to confirm these discoveries with over 40,000 case studies. Since HEALING can only occur after the conflict has been resolved, German New Medicine therapy focuses on identifying and resolving the original shock.

Dr. Hamer’s German New Medicine has a success rate of 92%

"To sell chemotherapy as a "therapy" is most likely the biggest deceit in the history of medicine. Whoever masterminded this chemo-torture deserves a monument in hell." (Dr. Hamer)

"The majority of cancer patients in this country die because of chemotherapy, which does not cure breast, colon or lung cancer. This has been documented for over a decade and nevertheless doctors still utilize chemotherapy to fight these tumors." (Allen Levin, MD, UCSF, "The Healing of Cancer", Marcus Books, 1990).

75% of Americans diagnosed with cancer are said to receive chemotherapy treatment, prescribed by their oncologists.

75% of oncologists also said that if they had cancer, they themselves would NOT use chemotherapy treatment.

(obtained from McGill Cancer Center survey (1986), in: John Robbins, “Reclaiming Our Health”, 1998)

Stephanie Lee said...

I was moved to tear in watching Farrah's account of her battle with this "terrorist". I have lost many family members to this disease. I think Farrah was very brave in showing this to the world. This could have been a documentary about any persons battles, but with Farrah, it got our attention. I applaud you, Farrah!

Nomad said...

despite all the legal rumors going around her documentary, there's a good chance that Fawcett's work will raise awareness about cancer and thus benefit a lot of people