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are you prepared to drink your own urine? (midstream of course...nothing but the finest)
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Marc37, if you're ever in Sydney PM me. You cannot be real - I've just got to meet you.
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Remember though, if you are to strengthen your immune system then you firstly have to cut out the things that lead to immune suppression. For eg, stress at home and work and cooked food.  
Marc, Are you saying that stress causes cancer? That seems to be a popular myth, but I've never seen anything scientific that proves such a link. Some links and evidence would be needed before I believe that.
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Originally Posted by marc37,June 19 2005,05:55
Remember though, if you are to strengthen your immune system then you firstly have to cut out the things that lead to immune suppression. For eg, stress at home and work and cooked food.  
Marc, Are you saying that stress causes cancer? That seems to be a popular myth, but I've never seen anything scientific that proves such a link.  Some links and evidence would be needed before I believe that.
Stress in general:  I've been told by legit. MD's that stress can excerbate other illnesses.  I'm starting to believe this.  Especially physical injury I've sustained form sport, et al.  I'm not suggesting that it has anything to do with cancer.  All joking aside about Wigmore, & in agreement iwth the Mad Dutchmen, I do find it a bit pernicioius to spread ignornace concerning cancer. edit: apologies for spelling & awkward syntax & silly name-calling.
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How Quacks Harm Cancer Patients: From Quackwatch
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AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT - GOOD NEWS... .................................................................. ln afew days l will present my significant Chlorella report. lt will be very comprehensive and l promise an interesting read. lt is powerful material collected by doctors and PhD people. Soon, l will be talking more about chlorophyll and oxygen therapy. Soon also, l will presented a fully comprehensive commentary on proper bowel management techniches. (Please Steve B, don't delete the pictures that l will present). .................................................................................. l have read most of your responses everyone and l will get back to you shortly (compiling the chlorella topic is taking alot of time). l've just come home from a relatives 70th birthday party. lt was a great party - about 40 people turned up (all family). We lit a big bonfire in my uncles back yard, all joined hands and danced the "hokey pokey". Great fun.
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Here is some background of the people Marc has posted in his clippings: Dr. Bernard Jensen: "Dr. Bernard Jensen pioneered the science of iridology in the US. He developed one of the most comprehensive iris charts showing the location of the organs as they reflect in the iris's of the eye. His chart is still the most accurate one available today. (from Iridology Simplified, by Bernard Jensen, D.C. Nutritionist)...... Iridology is a science and practice of studying the iris of the eye. Through studying the markings or signs in the iris of the eye, the practitioner finds out about body constitution as well as strengths and weakness in the various organs and tissues of the body. Iridology can be used as a tool for health improvement. Once we know which areas of the body are weak, we can work to strengthen them nutritionally." from: http://www.dakara.com/iridol.html From Quackwatch: Iridology is Nonsense Dr. David Steenblock: ""Steenblock runs the Brain Cell Therapeutic Clinic, in Mission Viejo, California, which offers many types of unsubstantiated treatments for chronic diseases. The clinic's Web site states that Steenblock "has devoted many years to research in the fields of biochemistry, pathology, nerve and muscle physiology, cardiovascular disease and other diseases of aging." Yet a Medline search shows that his only mainstream journal publications were three co-authored articles about clotting factors in dogs and guinea pigs -- all published in the late 1960s when he worked as a laboratory research assistant during his osteopathic training."  From: Steenblock Regulatory action against David Steenblock D.O More of Steenblock: ""At least two other clinics have begun to advertise stem cell treatment. The Brain Cell Therapeutic Clinic, run by David Steenblock, D.O., who claims to have "put together a number of growth factors and natural products that are known to promote and protect new brain cells" and calls stem cell therapy a "new and exciting treatment for brain regeneration." The clinic's Web site states that Steenblock "has devoted many years to research in the fields of biochemistry, pathology, nerve and muscle physiology, cardiovascular disease and other diseases of aging." Yet a Medline search shows that his only mainstream journal publications were three co-authored articles about clotting factors in dogs and guinea pigs -- all published in the late 1960s when he worked as a laboratory research assistant during his osteopathic training. In 1994, after being charged with negligently treating two patients, Steenblock signed a stipulation under which he admitted failing to adequately document their management and had failed to issue a warning about possible side effects of an injection he had administered to one of them. He was assessed $10,000 and placed oin five years' probation under which he was required to take extra continuing education courses in pharmacology, medical charting, and ethics [17]. In 1995, after the door to his hyperbaric oxygen chamber blew out (injuring three persons), investigators noted that he was using three unlicensed persons as "physical therapy assistants." [Subsequent charges that he had violated his probation resulted in extending his probation for another three months and assessment of another $3,500 in costs [18]." From: The Shady side of Embryonic Stem Cell research About Chlorella (an algae):Algae False Claims and Hype Betty Kaman: "Dr. Kamen established the nutrition program as Nutrition Director of the Corsello Centers, NYC and Huntington, NY, for Serafina Corsello, MD, practicing psychiatry and medical nutrition. She provided private and group counseling and nutrition education for patients and staff"   From her website: Betty Kaman, about Her degrees are for Nutrition and Psychology... from where Marc?  They don't say.... No references on Medline Professional Misconduct and Physician Discipline of Serafina Corsello and the Corsello Centres: Professional Misconduct Susan Smith Jones Ph.D  No refs. on medline Ph.D in Heath Science... M.S. in kinesiology Health Science... a catchall including many nutritonal nonsense.  Marc where is her diplomas from? Kinesiology: From Quackwatch: Kinisology Finally, a partial list of pseudo doctors and their pet treatments: Partial list of Promotors of Questionable Treatments edited to fix links.
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I'd like to try whatever it is that caused 30 pages of replies. Marc, if you can spell out what I need to do in a procedural manner, I'll be the forum's guinea pig for 2-4 weeks. I'm taking a physiology blow-off class right now, so I've got access to a trainer who can test VO2, body fat, etc. Tomorrow I'm having some data taken. In a month or so I'll do it again. I was planning on either doing a few weeks as a raw foodist or a few days on a liquid diet (just to see how my body reacts). But, like I said, if you can give me some easily understood directions, I'd be happy to try out your stuff.
Good on ya Ken. Remember, this diet is for the selected few. lf you follow my instructions you will not be dissapointed; l promise. Ken; l'm not sure what you want me to do. Do you want me to tell you sources of good chlorella or do you want to do the wheatgrass thing. l would advise you grow the wheat grass and grow afew sprouts to start with. Do you need me to tell you how to sprout beans and grains? Get back to me Ken. lf you are lazy and unmotivated, you might want to try chlorella or spirallina. The well regarded Bernard Jenson (PhD) has done amazing research and experiments on people with chlorella to great results.
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Marc37, if you're ever in Sydney PM me. You cannot be real - I've just got to meet you.
where would you take him? beer and pizza????
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Marc, how is plant DNA/RNA going to help you?  PLEEEEAAAAASSSEE...... Oh.. what is that scribble on one of your scanned pages: DNA + RNA = Anti-Aging.... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Please tell me more about the authors of those clippings....
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I cannot but appreciate the caption on the Quackwatch site: 'Quackwatch SM Your Guide to Quackery, Health Fraud, and Intelligent Decisions' MtB
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Marc, how is plant DNA/RNA going to help you?  PLEEEEAAAAASSSEE...... Oh.. what is that scribble on one of your scanned pages: DNA + RNA = Anti-Aging....  HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Please tell me more about the authors of those clippings....
T4phage: l will talk more about it soon. l'm in the middle of compliling reports about Chlorella from medical professions and PhD people. Please be patient about the Chlorella topic. lt will be finished soon. Regards: marc37.
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Marc37, if you're ever in Sydney PM me. You cannot be real - I've just got to meet you.
Don't worry Danny, you will meet me in time. l going to try and make a special flight to Sydney later in the year or the early new year. l can understand why you feel like that. Many people consider me a legend and like me alot. They don't call me the gr8-man b8-man for nothing. People often say (well sometimes): "gee ****, when you talk everyone listens. You have so much charisma". l have a large fan base in Melbourne. l have afew fans on the forum as well. l sometimes get emails. l am here to serve my public and serve my public l will. l have been chosen to go on many missions in this lifetime. My existance is to educate about health, uplift my public and too lead my people. l would like to run for public office one day, l would love to rule Australia one day. (Pity politicians get paid so poorly). Regards my fellow friends. Life is so sweet. l will speak to you all really soon. l haven't slept in 2 days, l'm very tired so l'm going to bed to read a good book.
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ohhh, Marc. Have you made another flight-trip? I advised you not to do. It makes you sick. Now, sit down and drink some of your mid-stream. You will feel better. Hay for dinner, ok?
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.....l can understand why you feel like that. Many people consider me a legend and like me alot. They don't call me the gr8-man b8-man for nothing. People often say (well sometimes): "gee ****, when you talk everyone listens. You have so much charisma". l have a large fan base in Melbourne. l have afew fans on the forum as well. l sometimes get emails. l am here to serve my public and serve my public l will. l have been chosen to go on many missions in this lifetime. My existance is to educate about health, uplift my public and too lead my people. l would like to run for public office one day, l would love to rule Australia one day. (Pity politicians get paid so poorly). Regards my fellow friends. Life is so sweet. l will speak to you all really soon. l haven't slept in 2 days, l'm very tired so l'm going to bed to read a good book.
Marc, pull the pump out of your rear... I think too much fluid buildup is giving you delusions....
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