Re: glyphosate study
True Grit Farms wrote:wlamarparmer wrote:Would someone please post a resume for Highpoint. Would like to know education, research qualifications. Do You have data, or just talking off top Your head. Tired all this finger pointing/follow the money/big business because You can do it on the internet. Granted there is money in cancer research and treatment.
My Dad died of cancer 1974, was in protocol @ UAB just starting. Today that program cures his type cancer. One day we will see most common cancers conquered, because young people like Bright Raven Son, Jogeephus sons, my granddaughter believe its possible. I believe that good lifestyle is paramount in
beating any fatal disease. Also believe spontaneous remission does happen, and healthy lifestyle helps.
But dont tell these people do research on medicines or at the cell level that all they're doing is playing to the money .
I know everyone says "its the internet-anything goes", but someone somewhere has to step up and question. The poster should have to back what they preach. My opinion - worth NADA.
W Lamar Parmer, DVM
I sure hope your right, I just can't grasp how some folks live and some folks die with the same cancer using the same treatments. Look at AIDS, if you have the money you can live a normal life, if you don't have money good luck.
There was a peer review test on dr mercola through research doctors showing a high enough vitamin d level for a length of time showed cancer free. Most people if they have time, change their eating habits. Although I did not use this web site methods, http://www.truthaboutcancer.com. It maybe the truth about cancer.com. Anyway you will notice this site has shown to millions and they talk about GMO and even getting their babies off of GMO baby formula. Cancer will be a thing of the past - just a matter of time and the Internet getting the word out.