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Post by eddie on Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:09 pm

As stated in the article, Dr. Coldwell: ALL Cancer Can Be Cured in Less Than 12 Weeks, cancer is a $60 billion a year industry, while cancer protection and the early intervention of cancer brings in an additional $162 billion each year.

Question: In an age where technology can be used to improve the quality of life for everyone, why has the Rife machine been ridiculed by the medical industry and suppressed for so long?

Answer: The last thing Big Pharma cured was polio. There is no money in repeat business when finding a cure to anything.



Many have often wondered why, when referring to cancer in media, the word “industry” is almost always attached.  Cancer and Industry, per their definitions, are two unrelated things.  Yet, time and time again, we hear the phrase “The Cancer Industry”.  According to Dictionary.com, the word industry is defined as:

“Industry: any general business activity; commercial enterprise:”

Cancer hasn’t just been turned into a commercial enterprise, by many standards it is a commercial empire, pulling in over 124 BILLION dollars a year (source).  Sometimes, stories of men and women who are “getting close” to the “cure” for cancer are reported in the news, yet we never seem to be able to reach that invisible giant.  Perhaps that’s because cancer has many, many cures – one of which is the focus of this article.  Allow us to introduce Dr. Royal Raymond Rife.

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Post by Guest on Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:29 pm

they protect their money very carefully, the pharma companies are not stupid..

burzynski was badgered by the fda for ages, all the time they were saying his ideas did n't work they were trying to steal his patents....

the pharma companies don't give a toss about people other than the money they can make out of them..

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Post by sassy on Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:37 pm

Cheating death

Sydney Morning Herald - December 30, 2000

Cancer sufferers have died after putting their faith in a device with electrical parts worth just $15. Ben Hills reports.

The doctor said he might not see Christmas. It was the winter of 1996 and David Carpenter, a 69-year-old retired railway worker, had inoperable cancer of the prostate gland. He had been sent home to die in the village of Geurie, on the western plains of NSW, in the fibro cottage where he lived with his wife of nearly half a century, Madge, and his son, Des. As the disease inexorably advanced, he took to his bed.

Flicking through Nexus, an alternative magazine published from Mapleton, Queensland, which features articles on UFOs, miracle cures and conspiracy theories, Des saw an advertisement headlined "Rife Technology".

Underneath was this claim: "A brilliant new Walkman-style personal therapy system, offers a comprehensive range of frequencies from common colds and flu to the most serious debilitating and degenerative diseases, including arthritis and cancer."

Des rang the 1800 number in the ad and was assured that not only would the device, called a Personal Electro Therapy or PET machine, treat his father's cancer, but it could be tuned to frequencies that would cure his own chronic fatigue syndrome and his mother's arthritis. "I wouldn't normally fall for something like this, but you have to understand we were desperate," says Des. He and his mother borrowed money against their invalid pensions and sent $1,425 to a company called Electromed (Australia) Pty Ltd, which sent them a small black box decorated with flashing lights, some wiring, two nylon pads and a copy of a book, The Cancer Cure that Worked - Fifty Years of Suppression, by an American "investigative journalist", Barry Lynes.

At first it did appear to work. With daily applications of the pads to his abdomen, David's cancer went into remission, he regained his appetite, got up and threw away the pills his doctor had given him. Des even wrote Electromed a testimonial to the "miracle cure".

But then the cancer returned with a vengeance, spreading to other parts of David's body. By the following August, Madge and Des were burying him in the Dubbo cemetery. He had become another victim of a device that has been branded in America as "health fraud in its darkest form" - one of at least four people, including a child of five, who have died in Australia and New Zealand after giving up conventional therapy for treatment with Rife machines.

A Herald investigation has uncovered a cottage industry in Australia promoting these devices for treating the most lethal illnesses, including cancer, leukaemia and AIDS. Two companies are manufacturing and selling them, and at least a dozen clinics, some operated by qualified doctors, offer Rife therapy at up to $80 an hour to desperately ill patients. There are about 60 Internet sites devoted to the devices and innumerable books and magazine articles.

The most-publicised death to date was that of Liam Williams-Holloway, a child on New Zealand's South Island, who was being treated with radiotherapy at a hospital in Dunedin for cancer of the jaw. Last year, there was a public uproar when the boy was taken from the hospital by his parents and treated with a Rife machine at the Rainbow Health Clinic in Rotorua.

The boy died in a Rife clinic in Tijuana, Mexico, after his parents sold their house and embarked on a futile round-the-world search for an "alternative" cure. Liam's former doctor, Michael Sullivan, a pediatric oncologist at the Dunedin hospital, said he would have had a "60 to 70 per cent chance" of a cure with conventional therapy and said he had other patients who had been reduced to "a horrendous condition" by the "therapy".

Although unanimously condemned as worthless by mainstream scientists and banned in at least two American States, the highly profitable Rife industry is flourishing in Australia because of a lack of effective regulation, says John Dwyer, the head of medicine at Prince Henry and Prince of Wales teaching hospitals in Sydney. He blames this on "buck-passing" among no fewer than five government agencies supposedly responsible for protecting health consumers (see "Nothing to do with us, say agencies") which have failed to act against promoters of Rife machines and other "cures" he regards as quackery.

The device was invented a century ago by Albert Abrams (1864-1924), an American physician who became a millionaire and was branded by the American Medical Association "the dean of gadget quacks". His theory was that every medical condition was caused by an organism that had a specific frequency - by building a machine to generate and beam that frequency back into the body it would be destroyed, much as an opera singer can shatter a glass.

His research was refined by a Californian pathologist, Raymond Royal Rife (1888-1971), and a New Mexico chiropractor, James Bare, who drew up tables giving the frequency of 30,000 organisms they said caused every condition from dandruff to leprosy, strokes and syphilis. AIDS, for instance, is said to be cured by a frequency of 2,489 kilohertz in as little as three three-minute sessions.

Electronics Australia magazine, which has been campaigning against the gadgets, analysed one and found that it consisted of a nine-volt battery, some wiring, a switch, a timer and two short lengths of copper tubing - components worth about $15. The electrical current delivered was "almost undetectable" and unlikely even to penetrate the skin, let alone kill any organism.

After falling out of fashion, the devices have been revived in the United States over the past 20 years, promoted in conjunction with an early edition of the Lynes book. Later editions contain an appendix entitled "The Exploiters" in which Lynes says: "Sadly, in most cases, the cancer patients lost precious time - three or four months - before recognising that they had been swindled in a clever marketing scheme. People died because they had faithfully used the worthless black box instead of orthodox or alternative, non-conventional cancer therapies which actually worked."

In Australia, the first known Rife device was built about 1989 by Geoffrey Charles Baker, 47, of Terrigal, a former CSIRO researcher with no medical qualifications who says he spent $3 million over seven years developing it. Baker told the Herald he built the device with the help of the executor of Rife's estate and it "saved my life" when he suffered a prolonged illness from mercury poisoning.

Baker has been selling the devices - he would not say how many - since the early 1990s. At first he was in partnership with a now-bankrupt "herbalist, numerologist and astrologer" named Eilleen Whittaker, who claims to have cured Kim Basinger's dog Bee-Bop of leukaemia. In more recent years Baker has been a principal of Electromed, the company that sold Des Carpenter his PET machine.

Baker admitted that, with no acceptable scientific evidence, he had been advertising that PET machines could treat arthritis and "recurrent viral or bacterial infections". But he denied he ever claimed it could cure cancer.

That is not how a number of people remember it. Carpenter says Baker provided him with a machine "specifically tuned" to treat his father's cancer. Greg Ray, chief-of-staff of the The Newcastle Herald, quoted Baker in 1993 as claiming his machine would "rid Australia of cancer" - an article Baker never challenged. In a tape-recorded speech Baker gave the same year to a patients' group on the Central Coast he makes clear and repeated references to curing cancer.

Baker also claims in his advertising material that his machine has been "tested" by the Therapeutic Goods Administration, the Federal agency in charge of medical devices. The TGA denies this. It says the PET machine had been "listed" - but never tested for effectiveness - in 1996, but that listing was cancelled last April.

Herald: What would you say to people (like Carpenter) who would say that you are a quack who is encouraging people to give up legitimate therapy in exchange for expensive treatment by a bogus machine ?

Baker: I'm sorry, but they are entitled to their opinion and you are entitled to yours.

One of the clinics offering "Bare-Rife Therapy" is Complementary and Ecological Medicine, which operates from offices on the Pacific Highway in St Leonards.

On its Web site it says: "While we offer no 'cure' for cancer, there are treatment options available today which can increase life expectancy and life quality."

It then gives three case histories of cancer patients said to have been treated with the clinic's Rife machine: a woman of 53 suffering from non-Hodgkins lymphoma, now pronounced "free of cancer"; a woman of 27 with a tumour of the neck and chest, who had been given only days to live but survived and returned to work; a man of 64 now apparently cured of prostate cancer.

The clinic's director, Pauline Rose, who has no medical degree, could cite no peer-reviewed, double-blind clinical trials to support these claims and said treatment with her New Zealand-manufactured Rife machine was "experimental". Her cancer patients had continued with conventional therapy, so she had no idea what caused the "cures" - "Did the power of prayer cure her? I don't know."

In the US, two States, Wisconsin and Minnesota, have taken tough action to put Rife machine operators out of business. In one case, Shelvie Rettmann, of Prior Lake, Minnesota, was fined $US100,000 ($178,800), ordered to refund money to all her patients and banned from the health care industry after two people she was treating with a Rife machine died of cancer.

Attorneys-general of the two States issued a public warning that the therapy amounted to "health quackery at its worst" and said: "The bottom line ... is that [Rife] devices have no value for diagnosing or treating anything."

In Australia, says Dwyer - who has examined one of the machines and found it medically worthless - nothing has been done to put Rife operators out of business, or to warn the public of the dangers.

"Regulatory authorities and politicians tend to put the problems associated with false advertising into the too-hard basket," he says. "Medical boards, health complaints commissions, even the Therapeutic Goods Administration, all want to pass the buck to each other when it comes to investigating and prosecuting this dangerous anti-science."

Four months after he received an official complaint, the NSW Minister for Fair Trading, John Watkins, has promised to assign a senior investigator to see whether promoters of the Rife machines should be challenged to justify the claims made for them.

But that, of course, is too late for the grieving family of David Carpenter.

Nothing to do with us, say agencies

Cheryl Freeman, a nurse from Dudley, near Newcastle, has been campaigning against Rife machines - and other bogus medical devices - for several years. "I am just sick of the run-around I have been getting ... No-one seems to be interested in protecting sick and vulnerable people," she says.

She originally wrote to the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission which is charged with protecting patients against medical malpractice.

The commission replied that it "only investigates those complaints it considers most significant in terms of the issues facing the overall health system" such as "alleged sexual misconduct". It passed her complaints to the NSW Medical Board and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

The medical board wrote to Freeman that because of recent changes to its legislation "the board no longer has the power to deal with unregistered persons who advertise cures and offer cancer treatments".

So whom could she go to? "It is not yet clear who will be responsible for prosecuting these matters in future," the board said.

The ACCC said that it had recently taken action against bogus medical devices including Giraffe World's "negative ion mat", a laser hair-removal clinic, and the Raylight "parasite zapper" that claimed to cure AIDS.

However, the commission said it would not act against Rife machine promoters and suggested Freeman contact her local consumer protection agency.

She wrote to the Department of Fair Trading in July but, four months after the complaint was referred to its "rapid response and assessments branch", Freeman had heard nothing until the Herald took up the case.

Finally, she wrote to the Therapeutic Goods Administration, which is responsible for regulating all medical devices sold in Australia. Make that used to be. "Electronic health devices were excluded from the TGA's control" in 1998, wrote the agency. It suggested she contact the ACCC.

http://www.healthwatcher.net/Quackerywatch/Cancer/Cancer-news/smh001230rife-aus.html

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Post by Guest on Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:44 pm

chemo drugs have been killing the people that work with them, what they hell ill they do to the patients...

http://www.ecori.org/public-safety/2012/11/19/chemo-drugs-pose-serious-public-health-risks.html


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Post by eddie on Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:46 pm

Sassy I'm not saying that the "machines" these people are buying are cancer-curing but I can tell you that if I ever (touchwood) got cancer I'd NEVER go near chemo or radiotherapy.
I think it's a money-spinner and the more I read the more I feel this is the casE.

I simply cannot put your article with the article I've posted as I haven't seen and compared both machines so..?

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Post by Guest on Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:50 pm

i was 15 when i watched cancer reduce my dad, who was a big built muscular man, in to a skeleton with skin stretched over it, none of their poison will touch me or mine if I have my way.

It is a race between their poisons and the cancer killing you, the only difference may be the quality of the end of your life will be much better without the chemo and poison.
all the pharma companies are interested in is money...

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Post by sassy on Sat Jun 06, 2015 9:11 pm

eddie wrote:Sassy I'm not saying that the "machines" these people are buying are cancer-curing but I can tell you that if I ever (touchwood) got cancer I'd NEVER go near chemo or radiotherapy.
I think it's a money-spinner and the more I read the more I feel this is the casE.

I simply cannot put your article with the article I've posted as I haven't seen and compared both machines so..?

Well I was lucky, because it was caught so early, only had to have an op for the endometrial cancer, it was still at cell stage, bloody wonderful doctor and specialist.  However, the chronic leukaemia was, at the beginning of last year, at a stage where I had no energy, was getting infection after infection, m red blood cell count was at a dangerously low level and my white blood cell count was through the roof.  It's incurable, but the chemo put it back to what it was about 5 years ago, which has given me more energy, although a bad infection could still kill me anytime, and the chance to carry on and do things instead of being tied to the house.   My Dad also has a blood cancer from being in Christmas Island during the A bomb testing, polycythaemia vera.   He takes chemo tablets monday - friday every week and has the weekends off, and has been taking it for 6 years.   He gets side effects, but without it by now he'd be dead, and he still leads a good, fulfilling life.

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Post by eddie on Sat Jun 06, 2015 9:20 pm

Well that's good to know but still, haven't you ever wondered if the money-making that comes from cancer is just that? A money-maker?
Come on! You go on about big high execs creaming us for money all the time!! Surely you have wondered!

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Post by sassy on Sat Jun 06, 2015 9:22 pm

eddie wrote:Well that's good to know but still, haven't you ever wondered if the money-making that comes from cancer is just that? A money-maker?
Come on! You go on about big high execs creaming us for money all the time!! Surely you have wondered!

I think companies make too much money out of it, but it isn't just a money maker. There are hundreds of people out there working like fury to find cures for cancers, and the fact that the death rate from cancer has been declining for so many years shows the medication works.

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Post by Guest on Sat Jun 06, 2015 9:31 pm

of course it is a money making thing, do you think the pharma companies are in it for love...

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Post by sassy on Sat Jun 06, 2015 9:32 pm

Fake.

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Post by eddie on Sat Jun 06, 2015 9:36 pm

I'm sorry we will have to agre to differ in this.
The bigwigs know there are better cures but they know they cannot get a claim and own the alternative cures.

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Post by Guest on Sun Jun 07, 2015 12:42 am

how much money has been poured in to cancer research yet we have the same three ways of killing people...

why invent a cure when the current way makes you a fortune...

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Post by Lone Wolf on Sun Jun 07, 2015 10:56 am

affraid

ANOTHER bulldust pseudo-medical nonsense article from our regular conspiracy/"all natural.." scams corner !!!


I LAUGH in your lying, clueless and uneducated faces...

lol!

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Post by eddie on Sun Jun 07, 2015 4:56 pm

Lone Wolf wrote: affraid

ANOTHER bulldust pseudo-medical nonsense article from our regular conspiracy/"all natural.." scams corner !!!


I LAUGH in your lying, clueless and uneducated faces...

lol!

Yes. Laughing all by your lone wolf self lol!

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Post by Guest on Sun Jun 07, 2015 5:08 pm

My cousin regretted having radiotherapy , it just caused him more suffering .

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Post by Guest on Sun Jun 07, 2015 7:34 pm

Vicar of Dibley wrote:My cousin regretted having radiotherapy , it just caused him more suffering .

but it made the doctors quite a lot of money and the pharma companies of course..

bless him...

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