Technology

Mainstream medicine now pushing for young people to transfuse older adults with their blood to prevent disease

Posted on Aug 31, 2017 in Medical Rewind, Technology

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the  June 5, 2017 Medical Rewind Show. Just when you thought the medical industry couldn’t become anymore sick and depraved, they do something insane to prove you wrong. A new startup, known as Ambrosia, has pioneered some earth-shattering new trials on a very terrifying new technology: Using the blood of young people to heal the old. Their research has shown that transfusing older individuals with the blood of young adults can help to reduce the risk of diseases such as dementia, cancer and heart disease. As...

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Organic nanoparticles make cancer cell destruction easier

Posted on Jul 1, 2015 in Medical Rewind, Technology

Listen to what Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the May 18th Medical Rewind Show ***************************** Using carbon-based nanoparticles instead of rare metals could increase damage to cancer cells while harming fewer healthy cells, according to a new study. FRANKFURT, Germany, May 18 (UPI) — Radiotherapy is used in treatment for roughly half of all treatments for cancer, but it’s flawed because it affects all cells in an area of the body rather than just cancer cells. Scientists now believe that using carbon-based nanoparticles...

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Lost Memories Could Be Restored In Alzheimer’s Patients, According To A Snail

Posted on Feb 4, 2015 in Chronic Disease, Heavy Metals, Technology, Vaccines

New research suggests lost memories could potentially be restored in Alzheimer’s patients, and a small snail species helped scientists prove it. Scientists have long-believed memories are stored at the synapses (the connections between brain cells) which are broken down  by Alzheimer’s disease, but a new study suggests this is not necessarily true, UCLA reported. “Long-term memory is not stored at the synapse,” said David Glanzman, a senior author of the study, and a UCLA professor of integrative biology and physiology and of neurobiology. “That’s a...

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37 Million Bees Found Dead In Ontario, Canada After Planting Large GMO Corn Field

Posted on Dec 31, 2014 in Environment, Health Optimization, News, Technology

Millions of bees dropped dead after GMO corn was planted few weeks ago in Ontario, Canada. The local bee keeper, Dave Schuit who produces honey in Elmwood lost about 37 million bees which are about 600 hives. “Once the corn started to get planted our bees died by the millions,” Schuit said. While many bee keepers blame neonicotinoids, or “neonics.” for colony collapse of bees and many countries in EU have banned neonicotinoid class of pesticides, the US Department of Agriculture fails to ban insecticides known as neonicotinoids, manufactured by Bayer CropScience Inc. Two of Bayer’s...

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Medical Rewind – August 4th

Posted on Aug 20, 2014 in Chronic Disease, Medical Rewind, News, Political, Technology

If you missed Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to www.MedicalRewind.com to listen to the show replay. RSB and Dr. Rashid Buttar welcome Liam Scheff to the Advanced Medicine Monday discussion on the Ebola fear campaign? How is this like the AIDS scare in the 1990s answered with toxic chemo drugs like AZT? What is the real agenda in this sudden attention on a supposed flesh-eating virus? Do you remember the movie with Dustin Hoffman and Rene Russo, Outbreak? Are we playing out that movie in real life waiting for a miracle vaccine? We’ll dig much...

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Bionic pancreas frees people from shackles of diabetes

Posted on Jul 7, 2014 in Medical Rewind, Technology

Ed Damiano’s son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2000. He was 11 months old. Damiano, a biomedical engineer, decided to create a device that would help his child and millions of others better manage their disease. He set a goal of having it ready by the time his son went to college. Results from the latest clinical trials of his smartphone-linked artificial pancreas suggest he might just make that deadline. Type 1 diabetes occurs when beta islet cells in the pancreas die off. These cells sense levels of blood sugar, aka glucose, in the blood and secrete the necessary amount of...

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