Dr. Burzynski and the Burzynski Clinic are under attack once again, curing cancer is not profitable and will not be allowed. Please listen to this interview with the Burzynski team and Vinny Eastwood then contact your state representatives and let them know what you think.
Burzynski Clinic, Houston's Premier Cancer Treatment Center
Growing from a small clinic in 1977 to a major, international cancer treatment center, Burzynski Clinic is a unique organization providing a wide variety of advanced cancer treatments, including Antineoplaston treatment and personalized Gene Targeted treatment plans.
For over thirty years, Dr. Burzynski's cancer research has been inspired by the philosophy of the physician, Hippocrates, to "First, do no harm." True to this philosophy, the treatment regimens developed by him are based on the natural biochemical defense system of our body, capable of combating cancer without harming the healthy cells.
Burzynski Clinic offers a variety of Personalized Treatment options - advanced gene-targeted medications custom-selected for a patient, based on the identification of the oncogenes involved in their particular cancer.
The Burzynski Clinic services include oncology consultations, genetic markers testing, oncogene testing, health information services, in-house pharmacy for formulary management, nutrition counseling, medication training and patient treatment monitoring.
Dr. Burzynski’s Revolutionary Approach to Cancer
Stanislaw R. Burzynski, MD, PhD, an internationally recognized physician and scientist who has devoted his whole life to cancer research, has been treating thousands of cancer patients from all parts of the world for over 40 years.
Dr. Burzynski is one of the pioneers in cancer research, known worldwide for discovering Antineoplastons. Antineoplaston Therapy targets cancer cells without destroying normal cells.
Test results show Plutonium-239, Americium-241 and Cesium-137 levels in air around Los Alamos (CHART)
July 16th, 2011
The air sample monitoring units were set in various locations and managed by the DOE Radiological Assistance Program as requested by the New Mexico Environment Department. The air sample monitoring and locations were validated for accuracy by the New Mexico Environment Department, Radiation Control Bureau.
The air monitoring results for 137-Cesium, 239-Plutonium, and 241-Americium are below air effluent Concentrations as specified in Table II of 18.104.22.1681 NMAC, and are in compliance with “Dose Limits for Individual Members of the Public” 22.214.171.1243 and “Compliance with Dose Limits for Individual Members of the Public” as specified under 126.96.36.1994 NMAC.
1-MDA, Minimum Detectable Activity, is based on natural background, the time period of the measurement and the volume and was provided by DOE Radiological Assistance Program.
2-NDA (No Detectable Activity), means there is no measurable activity above the MDA.
A genetically engineered grass expected to hit U.S. markets without government
review could speed the evolution of hard-to-control weeds, and perhaps require a
return to toxic herbicides scrapped decades ago.
On July 1 - a Friday afternoon, a time usually reserved for potentially
controversial news - the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that Scotts
Miracle-Gro's herbicide-resistant Kentucky bluegrass would be exempt from tests
typically required of transgenic crops.
Scotts Miracle-Gro is the largest U.S. retailer of grass seed, and the modified
grass could be widely used in residential lawns. It's resistant to glyphosate, a
front-line herbicide known commercially as Roundup.
The grass will survive extra doses of Roundup, allowing more than usual to be
applied. That's the problem, said agricultural biotechnology expert Douglas
Gurian-Sherman of the Union of Concerned Scientists.
"The more a chemical is used consistently, the more likely that somebody's weeds
will become resistant. That's standard, agreed-upon science," said
Gurian-Sherman. "The way that Roundup is used because of transgenic crops
exacerbates that problem."
Herbicide resistance evolves in much the same way as antibiotic resistance: When
a weed- or bug-killing compound is applied, any weeds or bugs lucky enough to be
genetically resistant will have the best chance to survive and reproduce.
Many crop plants are already engineered to be Roundup-resistant, and heavy use
of the herbicide appears to have fueled the evolution of dozens of
Roundup-resistant weed strains. They're a major threat to agriculture in parts
of the United States, virtually uncontrollable except by hand-pulling or a
return to toxic, decades-old herbicides that the relatively benign Roundup had
"The industry hasn't developed a new herbicide in a long time. When resistance
develops to something like glyphosate, it's not like we can move to some new
chemical," said Gurian-Sherman.
Compared to pigweed that can grow three inches each day in soybean fields,
Roundup-resistant lawn weeds would be a nuisance rather than an economic threat.
But just as superweeds have pushed farmers to bring back toxic herbicides, so
might they push homeowners and landscapers.
"We're burning out Roundup and going back into the past," said Gurian-Sherman.
"The same kind of thing could happen in residential use."
Another potential problem is the spread of Roundup resistance into related
strains of bluegrass, said plant geneticist Norman Ellstrand of the University
of California, Riverside.
"I don't know what other bluegrass species it's cross-compatible with, but I can
say with 98 percent certainty that it's cross-compatible with some," said
Ellstrand. "If this plant grows and flowers at the same time as other bluegrass,
they'll flourish. You'll have a new incidence of herbicide resistance getting
into the wild."
Whereas Kentucky bluegrass is popular for lawns, it's not always welcome. Other
members of its 500 species-strong genus are considered weeds.
A lesson can be taken from the unintentional escape of genes from rice bred for
resistance to the Clearfield herbicide, said Ellstrand. "Now you have a very
bad, weedy rice in Costa Rica that's resistant to the herbicide," he said. "It
doesn't happen easily with rice. If it happens with rice, it will happen with
Another species of Roundup-resistant grass developed by Scotts Miracle-Gro for
golf courses was nixed by the USDA because of fear that resistance would spread
to related pest species, noted Ellstrand. "The U.S. Forest Service waded in and
said, 'We don't want it,'" he said.
Had the the Department of Agriculture decided to treat Roundup-ready bluegrass
as a genetically modified plant, extra assurance of its environmental safety
would have been demanded. But they decided not to because it fit through a
Genetically engineered plants are technically designated for regulation
according to methods used to insert and activate new genes. Earlier methods used
bacteria, which triggered pest-related clauses of the USDA's Plant Protection
Act. But the Roundup-ready bluegrass was made with a so-called gene gun. No
bacteria were involved, and the law's fine print was satisfied.
"By all definitions of genetic engineering, that's genetic engineering. But it
totally escapes the U.S. regulatory framework," Ellstrand said.
According to Scotts Miracle-Gro spokesman Lance Latham, the USDA's decision
"allows us to move forward with field tests. It's a first step. It's our hope
that testing will continue our advancement to develop grass seed that is even
UK Police Intel Expert: Government, Not Islam, Real Terror Threat
"The unthinkable but inescapable question thus intruded: Does there exist an ‘internal tyranny’ worse than any external foe?"
Tony Farrell had been employed for twelve years as ‘Principle Intelligence Analyst’ for South Yorkshire Police, 13th largest of the 44 police forces in the UK. His job involved producing a yearly ‘Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix’ to determine how the police force had to prioritise its activities.
Assessed ‘threats’ ranged from ASBOs (anti-social behaviour orders) to the terrorist threat presented by local mosques. Having a statistics degree, it was his job to translate the different ‘strategic threats’ into a ‘matrix’ of relative numerical weighted probabilities.
Read Nick Kollerstrom report and watch the video interview at veteranstoday
It was reported on Tuesday, July 12, 2011, that Congressman Ron Paul of Texas is going to retire from the US House of Representatives after his current term expires in December of next year. This will mean that Dr. Paul, an OB/GYN physician, will have served in the US Congress for 24 years. Dr. Paul is currently a Republican candidate for President of the United States also.
"When Ron Paul retires from Congress, who will be the voice for constitutionalism, federalism, and independence? There has been a maxim around the Baldwin house that goes, “Since John Wayne died, the country has gone to hell.” I think the same will likely be said after Ron Paul retires–if he’s not elected President, of course."
U.S. national debt: dancing on the brink of a world crisis
Budget and debt problems are once again racking America. Barack Obama has failed to persuade the Republican majority in Congress to raise the national debt ceiling. That much is nothing new, and similar attempts will be unlikely to succeed in the future. Since July 10, the White House has been holding daily consultations on raising the ceiling. The current ceiling of $14.3 trillion must be raised by several hundred billion, or the Department of the Treasury will run out of money by August 2.
The Americans raise their debt ceiling on a regular basis. Since 1993, they have come close to defaulting 16 times. In 1995, the government even shut down for a week. In the past, the world perceived these exercises as a matter of course, whereas now the unwritten rule of the U.S. budget is increasingly becoming a sore subject.
The times have changed, and the national debt and deficit have become too astronomical to be treated as an American eccentricity, especially considering the U.S.-bred financial crisis of 2008 and the backdrop of failing finances in Greece, Ireland, and Portugal (likely to be followed by Spain and Italy) and the patently pre-crisis condition of the Euro.
In European eyes, these developments in the White House are a farce rather than a tragedy. It is something akin to taking the world’s financial and economic players hostage and making them the captive audience to an American soap opera that has evoked little but bewilderment and confusion.