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Shannan had an aggressive breast cancer prompting her to undertake a double mastectomy. That didn't stop the metastases. The cancer continued its march. Like many young mums, she also lived in fear of not seeing her two young boys grow...
  Recently, I went to one of Bangkok’s top International Hospitals to get my hearing aid fixed. A somewhat over-eager-to-please establishment wanted to take my blood pressure. So I sat down and the girl fired up the electronic machine. The...
gut problems, microbiome, gut illness, cancer, CFS, Fibromyalgia, Hashimoto’s

Don’t ignore a gut problem

Recently, I have helped a number of people who have cancer, for whom the underlying problem was another illness over the last five or six years. Let me explain. It takes 6-10 years to build a body conducive to cancer,...
I decided to go for a Wellman Check-up in the UK. Met by a nice lady doctor, I had all my blood tests done. No problem   “Any allergies?”   “Yes, all drugs,” I replied smiling. And added, tongue in cheek, “Last...

Sugar linked beyond doubts

With a Regional Health Authority in Australia announcing it is to ban soft drink sales in schools, came visuals of sugar cubes in front of each bottle to show exactly the problem -14 for coca cola, 7-15 for others. But,...
It was interesting to read today that there is a clear link between statins and brain dysfunction. I have always been worried about statins. The medical profession has always had a herding instinct and consequently most doctors believe that if...
Two scientists at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Dr. Bert Vogelstein, the Clayton Professor of Oncology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and ‘bio-mathematician’ and assistant Professor, Critian Tomasetti, Ph.D. published a study on January 2nd in the...
Help, I'm sick - orthorexia nervosa. I have it. Badly. You see, at all times I want to eat healthily. It's an uncontrollable urge. True, I drink a glass of red wine (or two) a day, but I think that...
I'm in the South of France doing a few repairs on my house, although I cannot grumble. The sun is out, it's 22 degrees and I go for an hour on my bike along the coast road every morning....
There was I thinking the world had come to its senses and the medical profession was moving away from dishing out antibiotics like M&Ms. But this doesn't seem to be the case at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where my...

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