Tuesday, October 30, 2007

It Kills Surgical Pain and Cancer? Now That's Hot!

You might have seen the news about hot peppers eliminating surgical pain for three days. The surgeons are thrilled by it because unlike pharmaceutical pain killers, the peppers aren't addictive...well, Pace's picante (a.k.a. salsa) sauce can be addictive, but that's another story.

Another benefit not mentioned in the article is that pain killers are notorious for causing constipation - something you want to avoid when you've got stitches in you.

But the story about peppers doesn't stop there.

Nineteen months ago previous news about hot peppers from UCLA's Cedars Sinai disappeared quickly. Researchers there were able to shrink prostate tumors 80% with the active ingredient from hot peppers, namely capsaicin. That truly startling story vanished, however.

If an expensive drug had accomplished such a feat, we'd sill be hearing about it. But you can buy enough peppers to cure cancer for a roll of dimes or less. Maybe the hot pepper lobby isn't big enough.

The results at UCLA didn't surprise me. About nine years ago, I used hot peppers along with a couple other cheap ingredients to wipe out my own Stage 4 cancer.

That's why I say cancer is easy to cure. It really is.
William Kelley Eidem is the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and It's Not Just For Sex.

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Maybe Pfizer should call it "Limpitor"

If you're considering taking a cholesterol lowing drug, there's an increased risk of impotence. You might want to read the entire article. Meanwhile, here's the money quote:

In Spain and France [3], 75 cases of impotence associated with statins were identified. All had a temporal sequence. About 90% of men recovered potency on statin withdrawal, and in some cases impotence appeared again on re-challenge. All statins were implicated.
It makes complete sense. Men need cholesterol to make their testosterone. When you have less cholesterol to make your testosterone, a loss of libido and a loss of performance could be in your future. For some men it happens rapidly.

Women aren't immune either. Women have a little testosterone, too, just as men have a slight amount of estrogen. Women need their tiny amount of testosterone for their libido. Without enough, they lose their desire for sex.

As yet, these risks aren't listed in the drug inserts. The decreases in desire have been passed off as part of heart disease rather than the drug.

But the anecodotal evidence is sometimes striking. Men lose their erections and desire while on the drug and regain it when they stop:

8) Erectile Dysfunction - I have had issues with ED for 60 of the last 90 days, all of which ( first 60 days ) I was taking Lipitor. I have had detailed testosterone testing, and have been told that androgen therapy would not be out of the question for me. My 214 average over three tests was lower than the 280-300 lowest limit the urologist wanted to see. The last 20-30 days off Lipitor I have had no erectile issues. I have had some stressful personal things going on as well that may have had an erectile effect. But, I have often wondered why my libido would take such a swing.
William Kelley Eidem is the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and It's Not Just For Sex.

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Monday, October 29, 2007

Who Is The Doctor Who Cures Cancer?

People I meet often ask me about my book, The Doctor Who Cures Cancer.

The Doctor Who Cures Cancer was published in 1997 as a hardcover book. When I saw used copies selling for as high as $570 on Amazon.com the other day, it occurred to me, as the author, that many people would still want to have access to the information at a more realistic price.

The high interest in the book shouldn't be so surprising. For instance, Dr. Seymour Brenner, who was a board certified radiation oncologist said in the foreword to The Doctor Who Cures Cancer that Dr. Revici had cured many people of cancer who were considered to be incurable up until Revici treated them.

To make it possible for those who are interested in discovering more about Dr. Revici and about applying his method, the book is now available online in an eBook format.

Those who do will meet a Harvard educated physician who got diagnosed with a deadly brain tumor. His prognosis was 2 to 4 months. He turned to Revici when no one else had any answers. His cancer-free survival has been extended 44 years beyond the original estimate!

In the book, you'll discover that the brain tumor patient is but one of many who have experienced amazing reversals of their cancer due to Revici's treatment. Not so surprisingly, Revici's unique treatment method caused quite a stir and got him into a great deal of trouble.

Then you can decide for yourself if Revici is indeedThe Doctor Who Cures Cancer.

William Kelley Eidem

PS. Since making the decision to release the book online, I got a call asking me if I was willing to have a movie made from the book. Where that will go is too early to tell. But it reaffirmed my decision to go forward with the new format.


William Kelley Eidem is the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and It's Not Just For Sex.

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Sunday, October 28, 2007

These Drugs Pose Brain Fog, Impotence and Heart Attack Risks

If you want to increase your risk of a heart attack, make sure you
take your statin drug every day.

Of course, you might not even know you're having a heart attack
because those statins can give you global amnesia, too. Just ask Dr.
Graveline, a retired physician and former astronaut, who got hit with
global amnesia twice while taking Lipitor. Lipitor is the #1 selling
drug in the US with sales of $6.6 Billion a year.

He wrote a book about it. The second time he had no memory of
attending medical school! He couldn't remember his wife and children.
His wife had to use milk and cookies to entice him to come into the
house...he had no idea who she was at the time!

Many others have experienced faltering memory. In some cases, enough
of the amnesia persists that the victim had to quit working. Picture a cross-country tractor trailer driver suddenly not knowing where he is!

Statins lower cholesterol. Well guess what...our brains need
cholesterol to function properly.

And as is noted in Canadian inserts for statins, they significantly
lower CoQ10 levels. Our hearts slurp up CoQ10 to keep up its high
requirements for ATP. When you don't have enough, your heart can quit
on you. It happens all the time.

And if that isn't enough...men need cholesterol to make testosterone.
Without enough testosterone, men can lose libido and lose their
erections, too.

So let's recap: heart attacks, total or partial memory loss, and no
William Kelley Eidem is the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and It's Not Just For Sex.

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

The Dumbest Drugs Of All?

This first posting has been bumped to the top. See additional posts listed below. Thanks.

Hello, this is my maiden entry. I am the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and It's Not Just For Sex, hence the name given to this blog. You're invited to bookmark this page or RSS it (I think) for more amazing news. As one reviewer of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer noted, "Nobody writes like that!"

Without further ado:

What are the dumbest prescription drugs of all? There are good arguments that could be made for quite a few. But there is one class of drugs that might make you forget everything: the statin drugs to lower cholesterol.

Why are statins dumb? Because these drugs that are supposed to protect your heart and arteries CAUSE heart attacks! At least that is what Samuel Weigle, M.D., told me one afternoon. He's a local anesthesiologist I know.

Dr. Weigle said, "They lower cholesterol and cause heart attacks." They do this by lowering a compound that gives the heart it's energy, namely CoQ10. Weigle based his opinion on several scientific papers he'd read.

As a matter of fact, one major drug company patented two statin drugs (US Patent #'s 4933165 & 4929437) that contained CoQ10. Which means the drug maker was well aware of the problem.

But they decided not to sell it because that would have been an admission that their statin drug was risky. Furthermore, there isn't enough CoQ10 being made to have enough for all the patients taking statins. So Merck and the other drug makers sell their dumb products without any CoQ10 even though they know it's a recognized problem....sheesh, they recognize the danger.

In Canada, the package inserts tell the careful reader that the drugs do indeed reduce CoQ10. But that warning is absent from statins sold in the US.

But that isn't all the statins do. They can also cause temporary, and potentially dangerous, Global Amnesia. Dr. Graveline, an astronaut and physician found this out first hand. In his second episode, which lasted 12 frightful hours, he lost his memory all the way back through medical school. He had no recollection of any of it! In other words, he was temporarily 'dumb.'

So the drugs that are supposed to help your heart have a history both of causing heart attacks and causing startling memory problems.

As of 2006, there were 20 million statin patients in the US and another 3.6 million in the UK. As usage continues, a looming spike in heart attacks and dementia may follow.

So today's award for dumbest drugs goes to the statins.

William Kelley Eidem is the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and is also the author of It's Not Just For Sex.

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