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SOURSOP FRUIT TREE HAS ITS LEAVES AS A CANCER CURE IT IS CLAIMED

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

SOURSOP ANNONA MURICATA L – GUANABANA.

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MICHELLE HISLOP JP BA Com  Qld Australia ABOVE

THE PROUD OWNER OF A SOURSOP TREE

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Common names Nangka blanda, soursop, guanabana, graviola, prickly custard apple, durian benggala, zuurzak, Brazilian paw paw, sirsak, Sauersack. Family Annonaceae (Annona family). Overview Graviola (Soursop) belongs to the genus Annonaceae and comprises about 150 species. It is a small tree of tropical South America, no more than 20 feet tall; the oblong to oval leaves are leathery, very dark and shiny green. They have a pungent odor when crushed. The tree has larger individual yellow flowers on woody stalks (pedicels). Graviola fruit is prickly and oblong or somewhat curved; with a length of 13 inch and a weight of up to 8 pound. The tree may bear fruits anywhere on its trunk or branches. The fruit has 40 – to 100 black seeds. The creamy, aromatic pulp is used in ice cream and as a juice: it is rich in vitamin B and C. It has a musky, sub – to acid flavor.

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*Pharmacology Graviola is used extensively in alternative cancer treatment and prevention; it has a high success rate.

*There are phytochemicals in the leaves, seeds and stem of the guanabana which are cytotoxic against various types of cancer cells.

*There is ongoing cancer-research on this plant concerning the specific phytochemicals (Annonaceous acetogenins) that are demonstrating the strongest anticancer and antiviral properties.

*It seems that in contrast with chemotherapy, that indiscriminately seeks and destroys all actively reproducing cells, graviola selectively target enemy cells.

*It leaves all healthy and normal cells undisturbed. Research has indicated that the Annonaceous acetogenins* kill malignant cells of 12 different types of cancer including breast, ovarian, colon, prostate, liver, lung, pancreatic and lymphoma.

All parts of the tree are used in natural medicine; the bark, leaves, roots, fruit and seeds.

Soursop has an important place in traditional- and alternative medicine in Central- and South America.
Applications are analgesic and antispasmodic.

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*Suriname’s traditional medicine Tea of the leaves is used against edgy nerves, hypertension with nervousness.

Also used against flu and fevers.
Fresh leaves are used against sleeplessness (insomnia).

* annocatalin, annohexocin, annomonicin, annomontacin, annomuricatin A & B, annomuricin A thru E, annomutacin, annonacin, annonacinone, annopentocin A thru C, cis-annonacin, cis-corossolone, cohibin A thru D, corepoxylone, coronin, corossolin, corossolone, donhexocin, epomuricenin A & B, gigantetrocin, gigantetrocin A & B, gigantetrocinone, gigantetronenin, goniothalamicin, iso-annonacin, javoricin, montanacin, montecristin, muracin A thru G, muricapentocin, muricatalicin, muricatalin, muri-catenol, muricatetrocin A & B muricatin D, muricatocin A thru C muricin H, muricin I, muricoreacin, murihexocin 3, murihexocin A thru C, murihexol, murisolin, robustocin, rolliniastatin 1 & 2, saba-delin, solamin, uvariamicin I & IV, xylomaticin.

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Henry Sapiecha

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PROFESSIONAL MEDICO ON NUCLEAR MEDICINE IN QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Just an introduction into the world of nuclear medicine in Australia from the recent experience of your truly Henry Sapiecha.

I was in for a checkup for heart health in the Fraser Coast Qld under the care of a nuclear medicine & heart specialist Dr Steven Mego. Highly recommended by me.

The experience was interesting and professional under his care with some pics attached herein during my tests

Yes, I am not heartless as they did actually find a heart.

Henry Sapiecha

Henry Sapiecha heart scan stuff June 2013 (2)

Henry Sapiecha has he got test a heart image www.sapiecha (2)

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Henry Sapiecha undergoing heart test MB 13th June 2013.www.newcures (1)

Henry Sapiecha undergoing heart test MB 13th June 2013.www.newcures (4)

Henry Sapiecha undergoing heart test MB 13th June 2013.www.newcures (3)

The male nurse above loves his job by the look on his face

He must enjoy the needlework:Perhaps he should have been a…….??

Dr Stephen Mego has a practice in Brisbane Queensland and his web site below.

http://www.qldni.com.au/ModCoreFrontEnd/index.asp?pageid=112

Dr Stephen Mego, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Australia
http://www.qldni.com.au/ModCoreFrontEnd/index.asp?pageid=94
Dr David Seaton     Dr Myles Webb     Dr Stephen Mego

Ground Floor, Private Practice Clinic
 
The Prince Charles Hospital
 
627 Rode Road, Chermside, QLD, 4032
Postal Address :  P.O.Box 2491,  Fortitude Valley BC QLD 4006
Phone :  07 3139 4010
 
Fax :  07 3139 4577
 
 
Dr Stephen Mego  MBBS(Hons) FRACP
Nuclear Physician, Paediatrician
Stephen graduated in Medicine from the University of Queensland in 1986 with first class honours and a university medal. He completed his residency at the Royal Brisbane Hospital and then trained in general paediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Herston, Queensland. He became a fellow of the College of Physicians in 1995 and worked as a consultant Paediatrician for 8 years with the Redcliffe-Caboolture Health Service.Subsequently he underwent sub-speciality training in Nuclear Medicine at the Royal Brisbane Hospital and completed this Nuclear Medicine training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in 2006.  He presently works as a VMO in Nuclear Medicine at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Wesley Hospital as well as working in the private partnership at Queensland Nuclear Imaging.His professional interests include Nuclear Cardiology, Paediatric Nuclear medicine and Positron Emission Tomography.

CANCER DOCUMENTARY OVER 1.5 HOURS REVEALS MANY ASPECTS OF CANCERS IN THIS MUST SEE VIDEO

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

THE NECESSITY OF VIEWING THIS VIDEO IF YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT CANCERS

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Henry Sapiecha

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THE CANCER CURING B17 ‘VITAMIN’ CONTAINED IN FOODS AS SHOWN IN THESE VIDEOS

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

THE MAGIC THAT IS B17 ‘VITAMIN’ LAETRILE IN CURING CANCER VIDEOS

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CANCER CURES FROM SOURSOP HIGHLIGHTED IN THESE VIDEOS

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

SOURSOP CANCER CURE VIDEOS

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GRAVIOLA OR SOURSOP IS FOUND TO BE 10,000 MORE EFFECTIVE THAN CHEMO

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Henry Sapiecha

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FLESH EATING TINY BUG FROM VEGETABLE GARDEN STARTS ROTTING HER BODY AS THESE 3 VIDEOS SHOW

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

FLESH EATING BUG EATS WOMAN’S FACE AS SHOWN IN THESE VIDEOS

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FISH OIL SUPPLEMENTS ARE SAID TO BE POSSIBILY CONTRIBUTING TO PROSTATE CANCERS IN MEN

Friday, July 12th, 2013

Men who take fish oil supplements or eat fatty fish may be more likely to contract prostate cancer, an international study has found.

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The research reported a 71 per cent increased risk of prostate cancer among men who consume omega-3s, fatty acids regularly extolled for their health benefits.

Lead author Alan Kristal, of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre in Seattle, said the study reinforced that nutritional supplements may be harmful.

Scientists cannot explain the connection, but findings indicate omega-3s are involved in the formation of tumours.

Cancer Council Australia chief executive Ian Olver said: ”The reality is that if something is good for you, it doesn’t mean that 10 times of it is better. It is unlikely someone would be diagnosed with a deficiency of fish oil. There is a view out there that extra vitamins and antioxidants are good for you. And people take more thinking that more is better.”

Published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, the findings confirm a 2011 study that linked high blood concentrations of DHA, an anti-inflammatory fatty acid, to more than double the risk of high-grade prostate cancer. ”The findings suggest that these fatty acids are involved in prostate tumorigenesis and recommendations to increase long-chain omega-3 fatty acid intake, in particular through supplementation, should consider its potential risks,” the study said.

Professor Peter Howe, a nutrition expert at the University of Newcastle said taking fish oil had ”shown improvements in cardiovascular health, cognitive performance in the aged and reduced inflammation”.

The Heart Foundation recommends adults consume at least 500 milligrams of omega-3 every day from oily fish or fish oil supplements. ”We don’t know how much omega-3 people are getting. We should introduce a test to measure omega-3 status when we visit the GP,” Professor Howe said.

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Pros and cons of fish oil supplements

Positives 

  • Anti-inflammatory powers
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Relief of rheumatoid arthritis
  • Reduced risk of diabetes
  • Improved circulatory function
  • Improved mood and cognitive performance

Negatives

  • Increased risk of bleeding
  • Rise in blood glucose levels
  • Increase in LDL cholesterol

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Henry Sapiecha

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BLUSHWOOD SHRUB FROM THE FOREST IN NORTH QUEENSLAND FOUND TO EFFECTIVELY CURE & TREAT CANCERS

Monday, July 8th, 2013

AUSTRALIAN RAINFOREST SHRUB FOUND TO WORK IN KILLING CANCERS

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CANCER patients are offering themselves as human guinea pigs as researchers investigate a possible cure for cancer that was found in north Queensland rainforests.

*** See my earlier article on this subject 4th April 2011 >>here

Scientists have identified a compound in the fruit of the native blushwood shrub that appears to “liquefy and destroy cancer with no side-effects”, according to latest research.

Found deep in the remnants of a 130 million-year-old rainforest, the fruit extract may yet hold the secret antidote to Australia’s No.1 killer disease.

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Victoria Gordon, of EcoBiotics, an Atherton Tableland-based company, said they hoped to go to human clinical trials later this year.

Dr Gordon said a single dose injection of the extract, known as EBC-46, had been effective in 50 critically ill dogs and about a dozen cats and horses.

“This is proving to be something exceptional,” she said.

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“The tumour literally liquefies.

“There is a rapid knock-down of the tumour, it disintegrates within 24 hours and we have a rapid healing response.

“The biggest tumour we treated was the size of a Coke can in a dog, and that animal is fully healed and healthy.”

Dr Gordon said it had worked on skin cancers, such as carcinomas and melanomas, and bone cancer, and was a possible treatment for breast, colon and prostate cancer.

But she warned wannabe human guinea pigs against seeking under-the-table treatment.

She said it was “immoral, illegal, and unscientific” to seek to be administered the drug before approval, likely to take up to seven years, by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.

“We have been inundated with calls – it shows there is such a need for a breakthrough in anti-cancer treatment,” she said. “Most people understand when we explain the situation.”

Former breast cancer sufferer Mena Crew, 65, said many dying of cancer would “do anything for a miracle cure”.

“We would all like a magic cure, that would be wonderful, and I hope in my lifetime we find it,” the breast cancer support volunteer said.

She has worked with more than 200 sufferers and some victims in her role with the Cancer Council Queensland.

“I don’t want to kill the enthusiasm of all the wonderful research, but until it is proven it will do the job, we recommend they go with proven and conventional treatments,” she said.

“It is good, however, to think the secret antidote may be growing in the jungle above Cairns.”

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Henry Sapiecha

COCONUT & KRILL OIL NOT AS GOOD AS FISH OIL FOR THE HEART SAYS HEART SPECIALIST CARDIOLOGIST PROFESSOR DAVID COLQUHOUN

Friday, July 5th, 2013

HEART SPECIALIST TALKS ON FISH. COCONUT & KRILL OIL FOR THE HEART

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A leading heart health expert has backed oily fish or fish supplements as vital while dismissing claims about the health benefits of coconut and krill oil.

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Associate Professor David Colquhoun, a cardiologist at the University of Queensland School of Medicine along with Wesley and Greenslopes Private Hospitals, said the value of fish oil and its health benefits have recently been questioned.

“My research review confirms oily fish or fish supplements are important for heart health and should be a regular part of our weekly diet,” Associate Professor Colquhoun said.

According to the Heart Foundation, healthy adults should consume two to three serves of oily fish a week and if not, should take fish oil supplements.

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Associate Professor Colquhoun’s findings retract the superiority often associated with krill oil.

“Krill oil is a good source of omega-3s however it is no better for you than fish oil and is usually more expensive,” he said.

He encouraged buyers to take little notice of organic, sustainable or eco-friendly krill oil.

“The current harvesting of krill is less than one per cent of what is in the ocean, so it is all wild and sustainable”.

He then ceased all claims regarding the benefits of coconut oil.

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“There have also been bizarre claims that coconut oil lowers cholesterol, cures Alzheimer’s disease and even prevents heart disease, however the research does not support this.

Associate Professor Colquhoun said coconut oil is full of unhealthy saturated fat which raises bad cholesterol levels, clogs the arteries and increases the risk of heart disease.
“With over 90 per cent saturated fat I would definitely be keeping coconut oil off the menu.”

According to a report published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the professor’s findings support studies following a specific methodological process occurring in reports published between January 1970 and December 1998.

The subjects of the selected studies were required to be 17 years or older, have a thoroughly controlled food intake and constant Cholesterol intake.

Those who had disturbances of lipid metabolism or diabetes were not included in the selection of studies.

Associate Professor Colquhoun presented his findings at the Heart Foundation Conference held in Adelaide from May 16- 18.

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PANCREATIC & OTHER CANCERS TESTED EARLY FOR 3 CENTS SAYS TEENAGE INVENTOR JACK ANDRAKA AS HE SHOWS IN THIS VIDEO

Friday, July 5th, 2013

Pancreatic cancer is a killer – and one that is very hard to detect. One of the reasons its survival rate is so poor that it has few symptoms in the early stages.

Partly spurred by the death of his uncle, 16-year-old scientist and researcher Jack Andraka vowed to find a quick and cheap way to test for signs of the disease.

Andraka’s research – incuding writing to 200 science professors – led to him developing  a dipstick diagnostic test which searches for a biomarker for pancreatic cancer. It can also be used to test for lung and ovarian cancer.

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Henry Sapiecha

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