Launched in 1987, Caduceus focuses on health, healing and spirituality (01373 466175) and has covered topics from vitamin D, sunlight health benefits, non-toxic cancer treatments, sound healing and therapy, fluoridation, iodine, EMF/MW pollution, to the Francis Bacon/Shakespeare authorship debate, megalithic sites, mystical Britain and reincarnation.
The new issue of Caduceus, 97, was out in December 2017 and focuses on non-toxic cancer treatments; sadly, this will be of interest to many, since most people know someone who has either died or is battling it and thus the issue should be of considerable help to anyone in that situation - for full contents, see www.caduceus.info.
The issue covers the considerable risks of chemotherapy and, by contrast, the real benefits of hyperthermia therapy which, unfortunately, is currently only available at a few private UK clinics, despite it being used in many other countries, as the last unit at London’s Hammersmith was closed some 10 years ago!!
The main article, by American molecular biologist Travis Christofferson, is based on his book, Tripping Over the Truth (reviewed in the issue), and describes the exciting potential of the new Metabolic Theory of Cancer, which explains genetic changes as being due to fundamental, initial metabolic changes and the successful use of the high fat, low carbs, ketogenic diet to starve cancer cells of sugar and replace normal cell fuel with ketones derived from fat, which protects them. Initial results are very encouraging – one result showing over a 500% increased survival rate!!
Other articles follow up the Bacon/Shakespeare authorship debate looking at the alleged debunking of hidden ciphers in the plays, while another unravels the inconsistencies over the visits of Jesus and his relatives to Glastonbury and the British Isles.
But the whole issue is mainly for those needing to know more about the new thinking on and approaches to cancer; it also provides comprehensive guidelines on protecting yourself, with strategies to adopt to defend against it and hazards to avoid.
It would make a great gift for anyone finding themselves on what can be a lonely journey.
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