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boston needs this book
06 May 2006
the info in this book is specific for many of the gulf war germies perped by bush and his sick pharmaco legions....the info in this book will help you when your biolabs go chernobyl...
a sane human approach departing from the ghoulish, demonic, and british federal reserve medical monopoly which is REALLY an ATTACK on Americans...

The importance of body temperature to cancer was accidentally discovered when Dr. Willam B. Coley, a nineteenth century New York surgeon, began searching for the key to why some patients died soon after cancer surgery while others seemed cured. The answer was not what was expected: those who recovered had contracted infections while hospitalized and ran fevers. To date it has not been ascertained exactly what teperatures destroy cancer, but Dr. Robert Atkins suggests that cancer dies in the 104-105.8 degree range.
Though Coleys findings have prompted others to experiment with deliberately induced bacterial infections, it seems that pharoahs and Hippocrates already knew the relationship of body heat to cancer. In the natural health community, hypothermia treatments and toxic herbs have been used to raise temperatures. Not all patients responde to toxins by running fevers, but when they do, the results have been quite positive...

From the Book: Cancer Salves
By: Ingrid Naiman

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Re: boston needs this book
06 May 2006
This is why I stay in cool closets.
Here's one for the Naysayers
06 May 2006
Want to read a book that could come true? Regarding a biolab?
Stephen Kings, the Stand.
A cool closet won't help. Neither will duct tape and plastic! lol