boy, You need to come to the Real world away from the synthetic crap that is feed through Your Blinders!!! Well There is a LONG list starting with a few FACTS: Cancer CAN NOT "live" in an alkaline, or a Oxygenated enviroment. There are oil like Lemon and Frankincense and MANY More that can be used. Things Like NO MEAT after 5:00, controled Sugar intake...I can go on and on! How Do you like the latest news that 8 out of 11 of the Major cancer screening test ARE BOGUS!!! Came out last week, don't you know!!! "Info that will Kill them" No that is the Job of the people with Drive, I mean dr. in front of their name because They are SO good at it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
according to your flawed logic, lung cancer would die if you put on an oxygen mask? LMAO...you are a danger to anyone that takes you remotely serious. Did you read about those parents that were arrested for not getting treatment for their kids? They thought like you, their kid died, and they are getting a well deserved vacation(government funded).
Why don't you start a campaign, cure Cancer, get the Nobel prize....
Come on smart guy, you would like to help the world. Do it.
Don't let the innocent kids at St Jude die, help them.
They would probably laugh at you (like everyone else), and then give you a police escort off the campus.
Boy Your Blinders are on WAY to TIGHT!!! So you think Cancer can be invaded by Blowing on the Outside w/ O2? Very med of you!!! O2 must come from the Inside. A Cure, another med thing; It's about a Lifestyle: NO Antibiotic Pills, soap... No removal of primary immune units(oh yea, your med:tonsils, appendix/Well that is all the time for now
Cancer is not just one disease, but a large group of almost 100 diseases. Its two main characteristics are uncontrolled growth of the cells in the human body and the ability of these cells to migrate from the original site and spread to distant sites. If the spread is not controlled, cancer can result in death.
One out of every four deaths in the United States is from cancer. It is second only to heart disease as a cause of death in the states. About 1.2 million Americans are diagnosed with cancer annually; more than 500,000 die of cancer annually.
Cancer can attack anyone. Since the occurrence of cancer increases as individuals age, most of the cases are seen in adults, middle-aged or older. Sixty percent of all cancers are diagnosed in people who are older than 65 years of age. The most common cancers are skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, breast cancer (in women), and prostate cancer (in men). In addition, cancer of the kidneys, ovaries, uterus, pancreas, bladder, rectum, and blood and lymph node cancer (leukemias and lymphomas) are also included among the 12 major cancers that affect most Americans.
There are some cancers that have a genetic basis. In other words, an individual could inherit faulty DNA from his parents, which could predispose him to getting cancer. While there is scientific evidence that both factors (environmental and genetic) play a role, less than 10% of all cancers are purely hereditary. Cancers that are known to have a hereditary link are breast cancer, colon cancer, ovarian cancer, and uterine cancer. Besides genes, certain physiological traits could be inherited and could contribute to cancers. For example, inheriting fair skin makes a person more likely to develop skin cancer, but only if he or she also has prolonged exposure to intensive sunlight.
Wayne, you are never like this in person. Or at leaste when we used to play golf together. You only act like this on here. You look for a conflict on here. You even look for miss spelled words and sentence fragments, just to start arguements.
dustin morris Wrote:
> Wayne, you are never like this in person. Or at
> leaste when we used to play golf together. You
> only act like this on here. You look for a
> conflict on here. You even look for miss spelled
> words and sentence fragments, just to start
BRIAN B Wrote:
> dustin morris Wrote:
> > Wayne, you are never like this in person. Or
> > leaste when we used to play golf together. You
> > only act like this on here. You look for a
> > conflict on here. You even look for miss
> > words and sentence fragments, just to start
> > arguements.
> Speaking of which (least) oooooh!
Killing People, REALLY boy!!! Those blinders MUST be giving you headaches. You know how to copy out of books very well. For the two YEARS of working on Oncology and Hematology Clients, Nobody died!!! You need to srink up a little more!
YOU can't get O2 inside... Smart People can!!! 1:Do not put creams or lotions on Your Skin (20 % of the breathing is done by the skin), 2: taking in Iron, the carrier of O2, 3: peroxide,I would only tell someone with cancer that wanted to live Because it Bombs the system w/ O2!!! But what do You know of Health; besides what You read and copy down?!!!
PS: that pic does decribe You well...except for the last six words!!!
Of course, you are always right. Your ability to write and speak fluently shows people just how smart you are. So, what college(LMAO) did you graduate from? I would love to go there and get a secondary degree in English.
PS. Drinking Peroxide can kill you. It is a poison. Below is a link to a poison center.
Hydrogen peroxide poisoning.
Watt BE, Proudfoot AT, Vale JA.
National Poisons Information Service (Birmingham Centre), City Hospital, Birmingham, UK.
Hydrogen peroxide is an oxidising agent that is used in a number of household products, including general-purpose disinfectants, chlorine-free bleaches, fabric stain removers, contact lens disinfectants and hair dyes, and it is a component of some tooth whitening products. In industry, the principal use of hydrogen peroxide is as a bleaching agent in the manufacture of paper and pulp. Hydrogen peroxide has been employed medicinally for wound irrigation and for the sterilisation of ophthalmic and endoscopic instruments. Hydrogen peroxide causes toxicity via three main mechanisms: corrosive damage, oxygen gas formation and lipid peroxidation. Concentrated hydrogen peroxide is caustic and exposure may result in local tissue damage. Ingestion of concentrated (>35%) hydrogen peroxide can also result in the generation of substantial volumes of oxygen. Where the amount of oxygen evolved exceeds its maximum solubility in blood, venous or arterial gas embolism may occur. The mechanism of CNS damage is thought to be arterial gas embolisation with subsequent brain infarction. Rapid generation of oxygen in closed body cavities can also cause mechanical distension and there is potential for the rupture of the hollow viscus secondary to oxygen liberation. In addition, intravascular foaming following absorption can seriously impede right ventricular output and produce complete loss of cardiac output. Hydrogen peroxide can also exert a direct cytotoxic effect via lipid peroxidation. Ingestion of hydrogen peroxide may cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract with nausea, vomiting, haematemesis and foaming at the mouth; the foam may obstruct the respiratory tract or result in pulmonary aspiration. Painful gastric distension and belching may be caused by the liberation of large volumes of oxygen in the stomach. Blistering of the mucosae and oropharyngeal burns are common following ingestion of concentrated solutions, and laryngospasm and haemorrhagic gastritis have been reported. Sinus tachycardia, lethargy, confusion, coma, convulsions, stridor, sub-epiglottic narrowing, apnoea, cyanosis and cardiorespiratory arrest may ensue within minutes of ingestion. Oxygen gas embolism may produce multiple cerebral infarctions. Although most inhalational exposures cause little more than coughing and transient dyspnoea, inhalation of highly concentrated solutions of hydrogen peroxide can cause severe irritation and inflammation of mucous membranes, with coughing and dyspnoea. Shock, coma and convulsions may ensue and pulmonary oedema may occur up to 24-72 hours post exposure. Severe toxicity has resulted from the use of hydrogen peroxide solutions to irrigate wounds within closed body cavities or under pressure as oxygen gas embolism has resulted. Inflammation, blistering and severe skin damage may follow dermal contact. Ocular exposure to 3% solutions may cause immediate stinging, irritation, lacrimation and blurred vision, but severe injury is unlikely. Exposure to more concentrated hydrogen peroxide solutions (>10%) may result in ulceration or perforation of the cornea. Gut decontamination is not indicated following ingestion, due to the rapid decomposition of hydrogen peroxide by catalase to oxygen and water. If gastric distension is painful, a gastric tube should be passed to release gas. Early aggressive airway management is critical in patients who have ingested concentrated hydrogen peroxide, as respiratory failure and arrest appear to be the proximate cause of death. Endoscopy should be considered if there is persistent vomiting, haematemesis, significant oral burns, severe abdominal pain, dysphagia or stridor. Corticosteroids in high dosage have been recommended if laryngeal and pulmonary oedema supervene, but their value is unproven. Endotracheal intubation, or rarely, tracheostomy may be required for life-threatening laryngeal oedema. Contaminated skin should be washed with copious amounts of water. Skin lesions should be treated as thermal burns; surgery may be required for deep burns. In the case of eye exposure, the affected eye(s) shod eye(s) should be irrigated immediately and thoroughly with water or 0.9% saline for at least 10-15 minutes. Instillation of a local anaesthetic may reduce discomfort and assist more thorough decontamination.
Other effects occur from inhalation or ingestion and may include gas embolism, gastric irritation, gastric distension, gastric rupture and emesis, an accumulation of fluid in the lungs, unconsciousness, and respiratory arrest.
There is no antidote for hydrogen peroxide poisoning. Treatment consists of support of respiratory and cardiovascular functions.
Do not induce emesis. Victims who are conscious and able to swallow should be given 4 to 8 ounces of milk or water if this has not been done already. If the victim is symptomatic, delay decontamination until other emergency measures have been instituted. Activated charcoal has not been shown to absorb hydrogen peroxide and will interfere with endoscopy which will be necessary to assess tissue damage.
Consider endoscopy to evaluate the extent of gastrointestinal tract injury. Extreme throat swelling may require endotracheal intubation or cricothyroidotomy. Gastric lavage is useful in certain circumstances to remove caustic material and prepare for endoscopic examination. Consider gastric lavage with a small nasogastric tube if: (1) a large dose has been ingested; (2) the patient's condition is evaluated within 30 minutes; (3) the patient has oral lesions or persistent esophageal discomfort; and (4) the lavage can be administered within 1 hour of ingestion. Care must be taken when placing the gastric tube because blind gastric-tube placement may further injure the chemically damaged esophagus or stomach.
Because children do not ingest large amounts of corrosive materials, and because of the risk of perforation from NG intubation, lavage is discouraged in children unless performed under endoscopic guidance.
Toxic vomitus or gastric washings should be isolated (e.g., by attaching the lavage tube to isolated wall suction or another closed container).
Large ingestions may produce gastritis from hydrogen peroxide decomposition, which releases large volumes of oxygen and causes gastric distention. Gently place a small nasogastric tube to relieve distention or to perform lavage on an obtunded patient. Most ingestions of dilute hydrogen peroxide are benign, and mild irritation is self-limited.
Taking to much of anything can kill you. If you just drink hydrogen peroxide in the small doses or its diluted, you should not die. The websites that you posted give you that information. We can all post websites that people made.
dustin morris Wrote:
> Taking to much of anything can kill you. If you
> just drink hydrogen peroxide in the small doses or
> its diluted, you should not die. The websites
> that you posted give you that information. We can
> all post websites that people made.
Let me put it like this(since reading comprehension is not your thing), I have treated MANY people in the ER for hydrogen peroxide poisoning. Stay smart, my friend.