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Lečenja raka (kancera) prirodnim putem – Maks Gerson

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29.12.2010. Bašta Balkana

Prirodne metode lečenja raka i kancera su vrlo brojne, i baziraju se na mnogim različitim teorijama.

Ima sličnih, ali i vrlo različitih prirodnih terapija kancera. Zahvaljujući savremenoj medicini, dobroćudni oblici kancera i tumora se efikasno leče, ako se dijagnostikuju na vreme. Međutim, ostao je problem malignih oboljenja i kancera sa metastazama, gde u nekim slučajevima ima uspeha, ako su degenerativne promene na vreme dijagnostikovane, pa se uz pomoć hirurgije, hemoterapije i savremenih lekova pacijenti izleče, dok u nekim slučajevima još uvek pomoći nema.

Teme je jako osetljiva, tim pre ako se radi o bolesnicima od terminalnog kancera koji su izgubili svaku nadu i koji u potrazi za isceljenjem traže slamku spasa. Takvi pacijenti su lak plen za raznorazne prevarante i iscelitelje koji obećavaju uspeh i isceljenje. Film koji ćemo vam pokazati poslao nam je čitalac Radiša D. u nadi da će nekome pomoći kome spasa nema.

Međutim, univerzalni lek i univerzalna i uspešna metoda za lečenje malignih oboljenja prirodnim putem još uvek nije dokazana a ni priznata. Postoje slučajevi pacijenata koji su bili „otpisani od zvanične medicine“ koji su se iscelili nekom prirodnom metodom: gladovanje, Brojsova metoda, čajevi od lekovitog bilja, dijeta grožđem, košticama kajsije, određenim suplementima, makrobiotikom, kaljenjem vodom, voćnim sokovima, akupunkturim, itd. Na žalost, to su sve izuzeci, ne i pouzdana praksa, bazirano na sticaju različitih okolnosti i predispozicija pacijenata da pozitivno reaguju na terapiju.

S druge strane, mnogi komentatori i new age vernici veruju da postoje univerzalni prirodni lekovi za rak. Ali da se to ne priznaje od strane medicinskih vlasti. To tumače zaverama od strane farmaceutske industrije, velikih korporacija ili nekih skrivenih svetskih vlada. Takođe, veruju u postojanje zavere na svetskom nivou trovanja stanovništva fluorom, vakcinama, genetski modifikovanom hranom, aditivima, amalgamskim plombama i čime sve ne, u cilju smanjenja populacije.

Ipak, takvi mahom fanatični glasnogovornici nikada nisu uspeli da objasne jednostavnu činjenicu – zahvaljujući klasičnoj medicini i lekovima, ljudski vek je dramatično produžen i veoma je porastao broj stanovnika na planeti, mnoge bolesti su iskorenjene i ne predstavljaju opasnost za populaciju. Da je zavera u toku, kao što oni tvrde, trend bi bio suprotan, opadajući. Mada, kada govorimo o učešću nekih susptanci u hrani i pićima, svi smo saglasni da postoji kontaminacija hrane i vode nepotrebnim sastojcima i aditivima, i da treba da razvijamo svest o pravilnijoj ishrani.

Ujedno, da postoji univerzalni prirodni lek za rak sa metastazama, postojala bi ne jedna, nego desetine klinika širom sveta koje bi uspešno i pouzdano lečile pacijente sa malignim kancerima i razvijenim metastazama. To niko ne bi mogao da spreči. Kao što bi i različiti instituti i bolnice koje su ispitivale svaku suvislu teoriju o lečenju raka, to i potvrdili pouzdanim i sigurnim dokazima. Pa nije ceo svet pokvaren i u zaveri? Ako ne priznaju Amerikanci, priznali bi neku metodu koja deluje Rusi, ili Indijci, Kinezi, Evropljani, Japanci. Priznali bi Kubanci i na taj način lečili svoju populaciju. Ali to se ne događa, takvih klinika nema, zašto?

A zapravo, istina je malo drugačija. Mnogi od glasnogovornika svetskih zavera su od svojih senzacionalističkih tvrdnji napravili vrlo komercijalne projekte, u kojima oni odlično zarađuju prodajući knjige, dvd, gostujući širom sveta na predavanjima i pružajući konsultantske usluge. Žive od urbanih mitova koji sami stvaraju za lakoverne. I nikada ne komentarišu studije i istraživanja svojih teorija koje su sproveli državni ili nezavisni instituti i koji nisu dokazali pouzdano dejstvo terapije.

U tom smislu vam predstavljamo jedan zanimljiv ali ne i mnogo pouzdan dokumentarni film u delovima »The beatiful truth« (Divna istina) autora Stiva Krošlera o prirodnoj metodi lečenja raka i drugih bolesti nemačkog lekara Maksa Gersona, baziranoj na njegovoj knjizi „A Cancer Therapy: Results of 50 Cases“ (Terapija za rak: Rezultati 50 slučajeva).

Pogledajte film sa vrlo kritičnim stavom i širom otvorenih očiju. U njemu je čitava zbirka Nju-ejdž verovanja o zaverama. A iza svakog filma je komentar o toj teoriji, doduše na engleskom.

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Gerson’s therapy required the patient to consume a raw plant based diet and to drink an 8-ounce glass of fresh organic juices every waking hour. Coffee and castor oil enemas were among several types of prescribed enemas, and some patients were given hydrogen peroxide orally and rectally. Rectal ozone was also applied. Dietary supplements include vitamin C and iodine. The diet prohibited the drinking of water and consumption of berries and nuts, as well as use of aluminium vessels or utensils.[5]Initially, patients were required to drink several glasses of raw calf liver extract daily. Following an outbreak of Campylobacter infection linked to the Gerson clinic’s extract, which sickened and killed several of the clinic’s patients,[6] carrot juice was substituted.

 

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Animal products and fats and oils were excluded (except for the raw calf liver extract and flax-seed oil), as were supposed sources of toxicity, including tobacco, salt, alcohol, fluorides, pesticides, food additives, and pharmaceuticals. Foods were to be fresh, organically grown and unprocessed. The therapy claimed to reverse any ill effects of exposure to environmental toxins over the course of 6–18 months, and Gerson believed it would be effective against most chronic diseases including tuberculosis, most forms of advanced cancer, arthritis (both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis), and diabetes.Gerson’s claims of success attracted some high-profile patients, as well as other alternative medicine practitioners. Gerson’s daughter, Charlotte Gerson, continued to promote the therapy, founding the „Gerson Institute“ in 1977.

 

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Gerson’s therapy has not been independently tested or subjected to randomized controlled trials, and thus is illegal to market in the United States.[1] The Gerson Institute claims that Gerson’s observational studies and case reports are anecdotal evidence of the efficacy of the treatment.[7] In his book, Gerson cites the „Results of 50 Cases“; however, the U.S. National Cancer Institute reviewed these 50 cases and was unable to find any evidence that Gerson’s claims were accurate.[3] Gerson Institute staff published a case series in the alternative medical literature; however, the series suffered from significant methodological flaws, and no independent entity has been able to reproduce the Gerson Institute’s claims.[3]

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Independent anecdotal evidence suggests that the Gerson Therapy is not effective against cancer. When a group of 13 patients sickened by elements of the Gerson Therapy were evaluated in hospitals in San Diego in the early 1980s, all of them were found to still have active cancer.[6] The Gerson Institute’s claimed „cure rates“ have been questioned; an investigation by Quackwatch found that the Institute’s claims of cure were based not on actual documentation of survival, but on „a combination of the doctor’s estimate that the departing patient has a ‘reasonable chance of surviving,’ plus feelings that the Institute staff have about the status of people who call in.“[8] In 1994, a study published in the alternative medical literature described 18 patients treated for cancer with the Gerson Therapy. Their median survival from treatment was 9 months. Five years after receiving the Gerson treatment, 17 of the 18 patients had died of their cancer, while the one surviving patient had active non-Hodgkin lymphoma.[9]

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The American Cancer Society reports that „[t]here is no reliable scientific evidence that Gerson therapy is effective in treating cancer, and the principles behind it are not widely accepted by the medical community. It is not approved for use in the United States.“[2] In 1947, the National Cancer Institute reviewed 10 „cures“ submitted by Gerson; however, all of the patients were receiving standard anticancer treatment simultaneously, making it impossible to determine what effect, if any, was due to Gerson’s therapy.[10] A review of the Gerson Therapy by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center concluded: „If proponents of such therapies wish them to be evaluated scientifically and considered valid adjuvant treatments, they must provide extensive records (more than simple survival rates) and conduct controlled, prospective studies as evidence.“[3]In 1947 and 1959, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) reviewed the cases of a total of 60 patients treated by Dr. Gerson. The NCI found that the available information did not prove the regimen had benefit.

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The following studies of the Gerson therapy were published:In 1983-1984, a retrospective study of 38 patients treated with the Gerson therapy was done. Medical records were not available to the authors of the study; information came from patient interviews. These case reviews did not provide information that supports the usefulness of the Gerson therapy for treating cancer. In 1990, a study of a diet regimen similar to the Gerson therapy was done in Austria. The patients received standard treatment along with the special diet. The authors of the study reported that the diet appeared to help patients live longer than usual and have fewer side effects. The authors said it needed further study. In 1995, the Gerson Research Organization did a retrospective study of their melanoma patients who were treated with the Gerson therapy. The study reported that patients who had stage III or stage IV melanoma lived longer than usual for patients with these stages of melanoma. There have been no clinical trials that support the findings of this retrospective study. A case review of 6 patients with metastatic cancer who used the Gerson therapy reported that the regimen helped patients in some ways, both physically and psychologically. Based on these results, the reviewers recommended that clinical trials of the Gerson therapy be conducted.[3]

Source: Wikipedia – the article about Max Gerson

Komentara: 5


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    Bašta Balkana 29.12.2010.
    Zamolili bi urednike Aleksinac.net site-a da iznad naših tekstova koje prenesu, kao što je to ovaj tekst, postave link na originalni članak ili Izvor: www.bastabalkana.com

    Mislimo da je to pošteno prema našem blogu i autorima koji pišu na njemu.

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    Zoran 30.12.2010.
    Umišljaju pojedinci i nastupaju sa pozicije Boga, nekom od vrsta "sveznanja". Trude sa da dokažu stavove, ali svojom pričom liče na "univerzalne" metode protiv krađe.
    Stari Pelagić je davno pisao, da je briga o sopstvenom zdravlju osnov odbrane od svih bolesnih stanja. Današnja civilizacija živi daleko od prirodnih uslova i pojava kancera je normalna posledica. Zato je svaka metoda uspešna onoliko, koliko uspe da povrati zdravlje organizmu.

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    Zoran 30.12.2010.
    Ovom interesantnom temom se nameće upotreba stanog, nakaradnog THE jezika osvajača i njihovih slugu.

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    Željko Šeatović 05.02.2011.
    Ne postoji lek za rak ali, RAK JE definitivno IZLEČIV. Postoje lekovi za tumore, maligne promene, kao što je B-17, Laetril od skoro dostupan i u Srbiji, a rak se leči isključivo određenom dijetom uz dodatak suplemenata koji nedostaju zemljištu pa time i hrani koju jedemo. Naravno, pozitivno mišljenje i dobro koje činimo svojoj okolini su važan faktor izlečenja. Samo onoliko koliko damo drugima možemo očekivati i da nam se vrati.

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    SvetaVodaiTumori.com 18.10.2013.
    Za sve one koji imaju posla sa tumorima (bilo da su benigni ili maligni) preporučujem da pročitaju i ovo: http://SvetaVodaiTumori.com


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