AMA-Accredited Continuing Medical Education is now available from the Beljanski Foundation. A Natural Approach to Cancer is a one-hour CME webinar presentation that provides AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. The webinar also covers the cumulative destabilizing effect environmental toxins have on the physical structure of the DNA duplex and its secondary structure and natural non-toxic anti-cancer substances discovered by Mirko Beljanski, PhD that work at the DNA level.
Listen to the interview: http://webtalkradio.net
Interview @ min 27
Bill Henderson interviews Dr. John Hall, the Director of Research for Natural Source.
in New York City. Dr. Hall explains the action of several of their products.
One in particular which Bill has found improved his prostate problems
dramatically is called Prostabel. Dr. Hall also describes Ladybel and
Listen to the interview at http://webtalkradio.net/
(Interview @ 22:30)
Bill Henderson interviews Dr. L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D. about his book, Extraordinary Healing, on a unique natural substance for healing cancer. The book covers the work of Dr. Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D., who began researching cellular biology at the Pasteur Institute in Paris in the late 50′s. His discovery of what is called “reverse transcription” within the cell is the basis for substances which seem to be healing both prostate cancer and breast cancer with possible future proof for many other cancers. These two natural plant substances called Pao pereira and Rauwolfiavomitoria act at the cellular level to help the body rid itself of damaged cells. You can find the product called Prostabel which Bill is currently trying, at Natural Source
“You’re not going to hear about this stuff from your Cancer doctor, believe me,” says Bill Henderson of the natural healing resources revealed throughout this episode. At the beginning of Bill’s interview with Dr. L. Stephen Coles, you’ll hear why Dr. Mirko Beljanski was robbed of the Nobel Prize–and how Dr. Beljanski’s work with DNA, RNA, and RNAi could have set us on a course to a Cancer cure over 50 years ago! Why was Beljanski’s research set aside? What did Beljanski really discover? (And why did it make him so unpopular?)
In the second half of the show, Dental Toxicity takes the stage. How can your teeth effect your chances of getting Cancer? Bill Henderson and Dr. L. Stephen Coles share their thoughts on root canals and how you can improve your dental health to prevent the growth of Cancer.
Also featured throughout the episode: The effects of Pao pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria on men’s prostate. Are you a man with an enlarged prostate? Does said prostate inhibit your urination? If so, you’re not going to want to miss this episode! (And, Ladies, there’s a women’s product–using the same all-natural plants–that can protect your cells and prevent Breast Cancer!)
Did you miss Dr. John Hall live interview about natural compounds with anti-cancer properties on Progressive Radio Network on November 3rd?
The interview is now available as a podcast on thenaturalnurse.podbean.com.
We all know someone who has cancer, bring awareness on integrative solutions by sharing this interview.
Read Now : “How to Prove a Natural Compound Can Treat Cancer” explains the rigorous scientific work of Mirko Beljanski, PhD that showed a causal link between cancer and exposure to carcinogens in the environment.
The article also provides an overview of the current research program the Foundation supports to validate and extend Dr. Beljanski’s original studies of natural extracts with non-toxic anti-cancer properties.
La Fundación Beljanski quiere expresar su gratitud al Señor Alfredo EMBID, coordinador general de la Asociación de Medicinas complementarias por su apoyo.En su revista n°82 recién publicada en España, la Asociación dedica, una vez más, gran parte del capítulo titulado « cáncer : Investigación actual », a los descubrimientos muy conocidos en Europa del profesor Mirko Beljanski, y más específicamente a la síntesis de los resultados en español de dos pruebas clínicas llevadas en EE. UU. (Estados Unidos) bajo la iniciativa de su hija Sylvie Beljanski, presidenta de Natural Source International, Ltd., confirmando de esta manera la pertinencia de los resultados conseguidos por su padre durante las investigaciones llevadas en el Instituto Pasteur, en Francia, hace muchos años atrás.
La prueba clínica, realizada por el CTCA (Cáncer Treatment Centers of America),demuestra que los fragmentos del ácido ribonucléico (ARN o RNA) puestos a punto por Mirko Beljanski, le permiten al organismo, después de un descenso inducido por la quimioterapia, estimular la producción de plaquetas y glóbulos blancos.La prueba clínica demuestra también que los fragmentos a base de levadura no igualan los resultados de los fragmentos de ARN Beljanski®, ni mucho menos.
por Mirko y Monique Beljanski (traducido del Frances), prólogo por Jesús M. de Miguel
Ed. Libros Límite
Resumen : Este libro abre un ancho camino de esperanza con el enfoque biológico y específico que expone. Los patientes conocerán que existe un tratamiento eficaz contra las graves enfermedades (cáncer, S.I.D.A., hemofilia, leucemia…) que padecen. Los cada vez más numerosos médicos, científicos e investigadores que reconocen que los tratamientos oficiales aplicados son escasamente efectivos pero enormemente perjudiciales (anticancerígenos que a su vez son cancerígenos, medicamentos contra el S.I.D.A. que aún debilitan más el sistema inmunológico, etc…), encontrarán las líneas maestras de una investigación que responde positivamente al reto que también ellos tienen planteado. Pero este libro va dirigido también a toda aquella persona preocupada por su salud. Los autores relatan en un estilo directo, claro y apasionado, los conflictos y silencios que existen en torno a la salud, cubiertos a menudo por un sospechoso velo.
Los autores: “Me indigna que cada día mueran niños a los que podríamos ayudar y, a veces, salvar. Que cancerosos con tumores resistentes podrían ser cuidados de otra manera. Que la calidad de vida de las personas tratadas únicamente con medios clásicos, podría ser fácilmente mejorada. Que los enfermos del SIDA mueren en la mayor desesperación cuando sería posible salvar un buen número de ellos. Que todo eso occure porque nuestra solución está frenada. No porque no funcione, no porque tenga efectos secundarios perjudiciales, nada de eso, sino únicamente porque existe un sistema, unos mandarines y unos clanes poderosos que se oponen a nuestras propuestas.”
Jesús M. de Miguel, Catedrático de Sociología de la Salud (Del Prólogo): “Este libro es una excelente crítica de la medicina oficial, del sector farmacéutico internacional dominante y des proprio sistema de investigación. Redactado en forma de un diario personal, entreverado de ‘descubrimientos’ y reflexiones, está escrito para un lector culto, contracultural, crítico. Pero además abre un camino de investigación frutífera en la lucha contra algunas de las enfermedades más terribles de la sociedad contemporánea. Se trata pues, de un camino a la esperanza.”
Ahora, este libro no es disponible a la venta.
Si quieres mas informaciones en Español sobre Mirko Beljanski y su trabajo, puedes leer estos artículos de prensa:
La luz, el cáncer y Fritz-Albert Popp y Nuevos proyectos de investigación sobre el tratamiento del cáncer de Mirko Beljanski
The generic name Rauwolfia, commemorates a 16th century German physician, Leonhart Rauvolf, who travelled widely to collect medicinal plants. The specific designation vomitoria refers to the purgative and emetic properties of the bark.
Rauwolfia vomitoria belongs to the family apocynacea. It is a shrub or small tree up to 26 feet (8 m). The parts that are commonly used for herbal remedies are roots, root bark, leaves and stem-bark. Roots may be harvested non-destructively annually by cutting them 4 inches (10 cm) from the taproot, allowing for fair-trade commercialization of this traditional remedy.
Modern science has studied the phytochemical constituents of Rauwolfia since the middle of the 20th century. The main alkaloid present is called reserpine and was first discovered by Swiss scientists, Schiller and Muller of CIB Pharmaceuticals in Switzerland in 1952. Reserpine is commonly used as a marker to identify Rauwolfia.
Reserpine, according to Okpako (1991), is a major constituent of antihypertensive drugs. Taken orally, Reserpine tablets treat the symptoms of high blood pressure (1) and psychotic illnesses such as schizophrenia. Reserpine lowers blood pressure by lowering certain chemicals in the blood stream, relaxing and widening the blood vessels. Potentially serious side effects of this medication include uncontrollable movement of the legs, arms, or hands, an irregular heartbeat, or heart failure .(2) Symptoms of heart failure include a sudden weight gain of at least five pounds (2.3 kilograms), chest pain, or swelling in the legs and ankles.
Pao pereira (Geissospermum vellosii, or Geissospermum leave velloso), also spelled Pau pereira, is a well-known tree, native to South America. This plant, which has been used in traditional medicine for centuries, is also very much a part of South American popular culture.
Use of this plant extract spans a period of over three centuries, and information about its traditional use in South America, North America and Europe has been featured in a number of important publications.
On December 7, 1848, Ezequiel Correa Dos Santos presented his thesis “Monographia do Geissospermum vellosii vulgo Pao pereira” at the Faculty of Medicine of Rio de Janeiro. This document has come to be regarded as the first official monograph on the benefits of Pao pereira. In the third part of the study (p.17 “Therapeutica”), Dos Santos presented twenty-one cases of therapeutic use of Pao pereira. Before outlining the details of each case history, Dr. Dos Santos summarized his study with the following statement: “The administration of the Pao pereira bark was beneficial in cases of induration of cellular tissues, chronic diarrhea, passive hemorrhage, asthenia, as well as erysipelas.”
The subject was revisited in 1879 by the journal Medical Times (Vol. X p. 276 – Philadelphia) which published a two-page article devoted to Pao pereira. After a description of the method of extracting the alkaloid pereirina, Dr. Torres Homem, Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Academy of Rio de Janeiro states, “There is not a doctor in Brazil who has not obtained good results from the use of this bark in the treatment of intermittent fevers.” He mentions in particular the case of a patient for whom quinine was ineffective but who was cured after daily baths and oral administration of the Pao pereira bark extract.
The article “Antimalarial remedies in French Guiana: A knowledge attitudes and practices study” published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology [98 (2005) 351-360], details a study on 117 people from five different ethnic groups and backgrounds, taking the alcoholic extract of Geissospermum (Pao pereira) at the onset of fevers.
“For example it was quite a surprise to see that one of the most renowned antimalarial Amazonian species, Geissospermum spp., was so poorly employed as curative, but on the contrary, used much more in favor as preventive.” (p. 358.) According to a questionnaire submitted by the authors, the main reason for using this traditional medicine was to “stay healthy.” (p. 355)
In line with the decline in the number of cases of malaria, Geissospermum continues to be considered very useful, though for a different purpose.
A Brazilian journal on medicinal plants, “Revista Da Flora Medicinal, (No. 9, September 1942, Rio de Janeiro), offers a botanical illustration (p. 463) and description of the tree (p. 464-465). It says that the “precious bark” can be found on “one of the most common and well–known trees in Brazil” and “is available for all herbalists” and concludes that, “the inner bark of Pao pereira is considered as one of the best tonic and febrifuge of the Brazilian flora.”
In “Livro verde das plantas medicinais e industriais do Brasil” (1965), the therapeutic usage of the Pao pereira is described as follows: “It is an excellent tonic and powerful remedy against intermittent fevers.” It is also recommended for digestive problems, lack of appetite and constipation.
It is most likely that the Pao pereira extract made its way to Northern America and Europe around the time of the big universal exhibitions, at the end of the 19th century.
Pao pereira was exhibited at the Universal Exhibition in Philadelphia and was included in the brochure: The Empire of Brazil at the Universal Exhibition of 1876 in Philadelphia—Medicinal Plants (p. 61).
It is interesting to note that the distinction between Geissospermum vellosii, and a somewhat similar botanical called Aspidosperma, was already made in 1876. In 1895, The American Journal of Pharmacy recommended Pao pereira as an anti-fever tonic, especially to combat the periodic fevers. In 1907, The Merck Index indicates that the roots of Geissospermum vellosii have anti-peristaltic and anti-fever effects.
Europe also showed early interest for Pao pereira. In “Notes, Queries and Replies” (p. 443 of “The Medical Times” London) published in 1884, Richard G. Daunt comments: “the efficacy of pereirina is extraordinary, and I have often observed its success after the failure of quinine.”
The same year in France, Dr. Tibiriça indicates in “La revue des journaux” (l’Union Médicale p.429 – Paris), “The Pereirine (extract from the bark of Pao pereira, Geissospermum leaf) fulfills the indication in a more satisfactory way than the quinine. It doubles the therapeutic action at the same time as it prevents the bad effects when pushed to a higher dose.”
Belgium made Pao pereira an official “new remedy”: in 1887 in “le Journal de Médecine, de Chirurgie et de Phamacologie” (Bruxelles) published in “Nouveaux remèdes” the following note: “the alkaloid pereirine would be more effective than quinine against malarial fevers. The dose of 2 g of hydrochloride is to be taken four hours prior the access.”
In 1933, in Milan, Italy, Pao pereira is listed in the dictionary of drugs “Medicamenta, Guida Teorico-pratica per Sanitari” (Dizionario dei Medicamenti p. 2389) included in the description are instructions for the pharmaceutical preparation and dosage: Internal, Decoction (30 gr: 1000) 1-2 glasses a day. Pereirine Chloride 2gr.
European scientists soon became interested in analyzing this valuable product with the means of modern chemistry.
In Belgium in 1959, Puisieux published and article on the nature of some of the alkaloids from Geissospermum (Ann Pharm Fr 1959 Oct-Dec; 17:626-33).
Learn more about Mirko Beljanski with The Beljanski Legacy, a 20min documentary movie on his life and major scientific achievements, which was enthusiastically received. This poignant film reveals Dr. Beljanski’s passion for science and the challenges he faced when trying to bring his natural extracts to the service of mankind.
As part of Brain Awareness Week, please help the Beljanski Foundation explore the efficacy of the natural non-toxic plant-based extract — Pao Pereira — against brain cancer (Glioblastoma) and support our online fundraiser March 20th.
The Foundation has embarked on a new initiative to test one of Dr. Mirko Beljanski’s much researched natural cancer-fighting extracts against Glioblastoma, which is a significant challenge because it is the most common and aggressive brain tumor and it is very difficult to treat.
Despite improved technology for earlier diagnosis, no significant progress has been made with this cancer. This new effort is stimulated by Dr. Beljanski’s earlier research conducted at the Pasteur Institute showing that extracts of Pao pereira have a broad-spectrum anti-cancer activity and that the active agents in these extracts cross the blood brain barrier. Dr. Beljanski’s research on Glioblastoma has been published and is available on the Beljanski Foundation website under numbers:123, 124, 125, 128, and 131.
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Years of fundamental research in oncology have shown that most cancers have a common denominator — destabilized DNA. Molecular biologist, Mirko Beljanski, PhD, was a forerunner of this finding and his discoveries of natural plant extracts that act selectively on destabilized DNA have been validated through the research program at the Beljanski Foundation.
Results of the highly successful research of Beljanski’s plant extracts on ovarian and pancreatic cancer at Kansas University and on prostate cancer at Columbia University have been published in scientific journals.
“Cancer remains the second most common cause of death in the US, accounting for nearly 1 of every 4 deaths. Over half a million cancer death are forecast in 2014 alone.
And we can’t do a damn thing about it.
Or can we?
Is there help anywhere?
Yes, there is. The answer has been found and suppressed, yet is available to you, dear reader. Read on.
Dr Morton Walker, DPM has written a seminal book, Cancer’s Cause, Cancer’s cure, about Mirko Beljanski, PhD who discovered the cause and cure for our most enduring nightmare.
This is a review of that book“
Not only was the 7th European Congress of Integrative Medicine (ECIM) dedicated to the memory of Mirko Beljanski, but a documentary movie on his life and major scientific achievements was presented at the opening session.
In addition, copies of Morton Walker’s book “Cancer’s Cause, Cancer’s Cure” that had been translated into Serbian (Uzrok raka, lek za rak) were distributed to all Congress participants (the book was also available in English).
This month, journalist Lese Dunton published an article in the «New Sun» online newsletter about the commitment of Sylvie Beljanski to continue to build upon the legacy of her father, Mirko Beljanski:
Health Science Institute (HSI) produced an article dedicated to the last scientific study conducted at Nanjing University about the effectiveness of Pao pereira extract, even on advanced prostate cancers that are no longer responsive to hormone therapy.
It is well known that cancer cells can become resistant to anti-hormone treatment, leaving many patients with few therapeutic options, and this latest paper could give hope to many.
Read this article written by Michelle Cagan : Why choose castration therapy? Rainforest plant beats even late-stage, aggressive prostate cancer.