Live Cell Microscopy
Chiropractors, Mennonite farmers, little old ladies who live in a shoe
who had so many children they didn't know what to do hawk this expensive
nonsense that basically helps sell useless vitamins to unsuspecting customers.
You would think that the Kitchener-Waterloo area of Ontario, Canada would
be just a little more sophisticated than this. But, then again, our medical
system in the area leaves a lot to be desired. So instead of going down
to London, or Hamilton to get your arteries reamed out by MD's, why not
visit The Healing Arc, or a few local chiropractors for a Live Cell evaluation.
Who needs MD's anyway, we've got palm readers, iridologists, and all the
rest right here in the Golden Triangle.
- If it quacks like a duck it is one
Come take a tour of some interesting Live Cell sites. Warning, sensitivities
of some health professionals may be hurt by reading this page, but my eyes
are so sore from learning about iridology, ear candling, and live cell
microscopy on your sites, I hope you will understand.
North America Live Cell Sites
Spokane Valley MicroMed Research scams the public
Arc - Kitchener - A social worker, and mother of 12, associates
herself with Dr. Zoltan Rona on her web site to sell Live cell microscopy,
and weight loss management to customers. "Live cell or blood microscopy
is a screening test to help determine the optimal diet and natural therapies
for a given individual. Analysis of the blood by the microscope is as old
as the practice of medicine itself. Live cell microscopy was pioneered
by scientists like Gaston Naessens, creator of the 714X alternative cancer
treatment." (Now why didn't they make it a 715X alternative
cancer treatment, it just sounds better, eh?)
Rona, MD - Toronto - Justifies
Live Cell Microscopy, and Colloidal Silver. "Many deficiencies, biochemical
imbalances or toxicities can be detected by LM long before routine lab
tests show any problems. Early nutritional intervention through diet change
and supplementation can then be implemented to prevent disease."
(What a site for sore blood? Do you know that he and George Traitses both
say that they have the MSc from the University of Bridgeport. I wonder
who taught them?)
KRUPSKI is in the business of doing live cell microscopy, just
like Dr. Zoltan Rona, and chiropractor Katrina Kulhay. Only they are regulated
health professionals, and she's a hair dresser.
Blood Analysis - Victoria, B.C. - How a mining engineer learned
to love the blood and bought a machine. Note how this bozo makes use of the HON code without adhering to their guidelines. It is a total scam.
Get the scoop ready folks
because Infinity-2 is here and selling in your town, even as
2000 - Iridology in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan does it all
- The Holistic Alternative - Certified Colon Therapist/Live
Blood Cell Analyst. "When I analyze the blood, guesswork is eliminated.
One client may require a cleansing program while another may simply need
a balanced multi-vitamin/mineral program (programs may be suggested but
not recommended). If the system is challenged with toxins, it is important
to cleanse the body first," says Caron. "With the microscope, I can see
toxic substances, so if a program is required, individual specific needs
can be met. I ask to see my clients in one month, this way, together we
can view the positive changes that occur before and after a program. Every
time I look at blood, I'm just as excited as my client!" - (She
puts it where the sun don't shine and you watch it on TV, 'Oh My')
Traitses - Scarborough - The Infinitely busy chiropractor
with a partner who also does ear candling.
Solid rebuttal from medical science
- Search Google for "live cell debunked"
- Stephen Barrett, MD - According to a
flyer from a Los Angeles chiropractor: "Live Blood Analysis is a simple
procedure for obtaining a quick and accurate assessment of your blood.
With only a sample, taken virtually without pain from your finger, [the
test] is able to provide a composite of over 25 aspects from your live
blood. Darkfield microscopy now allows us to observe multiple vitamin and
mineral deficiencies, toxicity, tendencies toward allergic reaction, excess
fat circulation, liver weakness and arteriosclerosis."
Testing Fad Alarms Experts - by Pamela Fayerman, Vancouver Sun
Health Issues Reporter Source: Vancouver Sun - November 1, 1997. "Opponents
of live cell analysis say it is used to sell vitamins and supplements."
- FDA warns "live-cell" marketer
- Disciplinary Action against Harold J. Dykema, D.C. for using Live Cell
714-X - scammers - politicians - Health Canada
- GASTON NAESSENS' 714-X - NCAHF newsletter July 1993 - A wonderful description on the early year of Naessens scamming people in France. It's hard to imagine how this bozo ever qualified for immigration into Canada in 1972. It was he who convinced former Congressman Berkeley Bedell (D-Iowa*) that 714-X had cured his prostate cancer (even though Bedell also had standard therapy). Bedell became so enamored with "alternative medicine" that he got Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) to introduce a bill, which he lobbied personally, that eventually established the NIH Office of Alternative Medicine -- an office which thus far has functioned mainly as a public relations benefit to quackery (a result of a suspension of the standard rule that NIH contractors not use their NIH affiliation for publicity).
- "In Naessens' theory, the microcycle of
the somatid is held at three stages by blood inhibitors, which consist
of certain digestive enzymes, hormones, and minerals. Poor diet and stress
apparently reduce the number of blood inhibitors, allowing the somatid
commence its extended 13-phase macrocycle. The presence of these extra
somatid forms signifies the beginning of degenerative disease before it
has manifested itself in the body. (It's not
a place I'd like to be.)
Learn more about
this man in his own biographical sketch. (Modesty
is not one of his virtues, obviously)
Naessens - Inventor and ? "..is
an esoteric researcher from France who now resides in Canada. He invented
a high power microscope with a unique light source which allowed him to
see microorganisms which had only been seen before by Rife with his universal
microscope and Rosenow with his special staining techniques a decade earlier.
He also developed a compound which he dubbed 714-X for the treatment of
immune related disease."
National Cancer Institute won't study 714-X - Boston Globe 2004
The cases of five patients who say they were cured of cancer by a controversial alternative medicine were not compelling enough to justify a government-funded study of the 714X compound, the National Cancer Institute apparently has decided. Health Canada approved the compassionate use of the compound after Naessens was acquitted in 1989 of charges of practicing medicine without a license and negligent homicide in connection with the death of a woman with advanced breast cancer who had been treated with 714X. Earlier in the 1980s, he was charged in France with practicing medicine without a license and paid a fine. The medication’s popularity soared after Naessens’ acquittal in Canada. In recent years, the drug has gained popularity in alternative- medicine circles and through the Internet.
Bird's Obituary - The article mentions a trial against Gaston
Naessens in 1989. "Chris Bird was best-known to our readers as the author
of The Trial and Persecution of Gaston Naessens (originally: The Galileo
of the Microscope). He also was a world expert on dowsing and was writing
a book about water at the time of his death." - (I
wonder what killed him? Could Zoltan, George, or Marlene have saved him?)
Pixley court case - 1995 - Appelate court upholds decision
The indictment sets forth two objects of the alleged conspiracy. The first object charged was defrauding the FDA by impairing and obstructing its lawful regulatory function. The second object alleged was the introduction of an unapproved new drug in interstate commerce in violation of 21 U.S.C. §§ 331(d), 333(a)(1) and 355(a). Although either object could have served as a basis for the conspiracy count, the district court found that the government proved both objects beyond a reasonable doubt. (District Ct. Op. at 16-17.)
PROMOTER SENTENCED TO PRISON - Charles Pixley, 48, president
of Writers & Researchers, Inc, of Rochester, NY, was sentenced to one
year and a day in prison, plus 3 years of supervised release and 200 hours
of community service last July for selling 714X, a quack cancer remedy
from Canada, to Americans. [FDA Consumer, 11/96] Comment. What makes this
story compelling is that 714X is the quack remedy that so enamored former
Congressman Berkley Bedell that he was motivated to push for and eventually
see established the NIH's Office of Alternative Medicine. (Why
is this device used by Canadian chiropractors and untrained lay healers
in Canada today?)