More Articles About Viruses…
In This Section:
The Cure for Cancer – Got your attention? Please read this. It is short and should change your life.
A Letter to a Friend, Re: Breast Cancer – I recently started a small group at my church to discuss the food issues that I have been researching and writing about for the past 5 years. As one would expect, breast cancer popped up as one of the first big issues. Here is a letter that I just wrote to one of members that goes into what I believe is the true nature of the “culprit” we call the virus.
Viruses as the “Cause” of Celiac Disease – This section is one of the posts found on a thread I started on the Celiac/Gluten Sensitivity section of BrainTalk Communities out of Mass General. The thread proposes the idea that a virus could be the true underlying cause of celiac disease and the related food intolerances and that the damage done to the villi of the duodenum is more of a reaction of the virus in situ to the stimulating effects of the lectins from gluten, casein, soy, and corn as they attach to the glycoprotein receptors of the cells lining the intestinal tract.
A Graves Situation – This is an Email that I sent to the Friends of DogtorJ on 8-16-07 after reading an article on Yahoo Health concerning common household chemicals and their possible role in the development of hyperthyroidism (*Graves Disease) in the cat. My response covers many of the areas of medicine that I have been studying over the past 7 years that are related to immune-mediated diseases and cancer. The news article served as a great spring-board into these topics.
The Origin of MS / Degenerative Myelopathy – Here is something I wrote in response to an Email I received. I thought you might be interested in this. I sent it to a number of colleagues who also have “inquiring minds”. Let me know what you think.
Viruses and Epilepsy – A Forum Post – Here Is a post that I made on a human epilepsy forum in response to a question concerning a viral infection that later resulted in epilepsy. This is explainable.
Viruses and Obesity – A Forum Post – The following is a post I made on a veterinary forum that had a post discussing the role of air pollution in obesity. It was suggesting that toxins stored in fat contributed to obesity but for reasons different from the ones I wrote in my response (found below). My study of lectins and viruses has given me some ideas that I shared with the forum…and now with you.
The Latest Epiphany – This is my response to my friend George’s letter, a wise chiropractor who is attending a Tuesday night group that I lead at my church. This Email contains many of the elements that we have covered in our group…things that have arisen from hours of discussion of how and why our body does what it does in response to what we do to it. I shared the idea that viruses were created for good with the group one night and we came up with some amazing ideas. As much as this sounds like “medical heresy”, it actually dovetails perfectly into what we already know to be true in medicine. It simply takes our understanding of genetics to a whole new level, demystifying it along the way. Of course, there is no way in my mind to cover this without bringing in the Creator of the universe. And by including Him, of course we arrive at the epiphany. This letter contains strong religious references and is not meant to offend or alienate anyone. It is simply what I believe in my heart of hearts to be true and, again, “dovetails” (perfect analogy) right into our understanding of medicine, adding a new dimension to the relationship between our physical and spiritual lives.
An Important Article to Read – Here is a link to an article that was recently published about viruses. I do not agree with much of what is said concerning “evolution”, BUT the author makes some very important points about viruses that are true, especially their role in nature. And, please make note of what they say about the number of retroviral sequences in our very DNA. This is crucial to our understanding of “genetics”, one of my favorite topics. http://www.discover.com/issues/mar-06/cover/