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Get ready to learn things not traditionally taught to medical doctors!
Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are:
- Although women who have been treated for breast cancer with chemotherapy have reported experiencing “chemobrain,” studies have not confirmed it as a real thing — until a recent study with mice at the University of Illinois. Mice treated with chemotherapy showed cognitive effects interfering with their ability to function in mazes for months after treatment ended, the equivalent of years in human lives. Although women who have been treated for breast cancer with chemotherapy have reported experiencing “chemobrain,” studies have not confirmed it as a real thing — until a recent study with mice at the University of Illinois. Mice treated with chemotherapy showed cognitive effects interfering with their ability to function in mazes for months after treatment ended, the equivalent of years in human lives.
- Kris Kristofferson’s dramatic cure of his “incurable” Alzheimer’s disease – Apparently Kristofferson had been mis-diagnosed with Alzheimer’s dementia about three years ago, which started more than one medical misadventure for he and his neurologists involving neurotoxic medication trials with drugs. Those drugs that Kristofferson was treated with had been approved by the FDA on the basis of a couple of short-term trials involving only a few hundred so-called “Alzheimer’s Dementia” patients. The results that were submitted to the FDA showed only minimal improvement (albeit “statistically significant”), but only in mild to moderate dementia. Thus treating severely demented patients with those drugs was not FDA-approved (“off-label”).
Argentina is one of the world’s largest exporters of genetically-modified soya. It’s big business, but some local residents fear herbicides used by the industry could be making them sick. Horacio Brignone lives in the village of María Juana in the Argentine flatlands, or pampas. From his window he can see fields of soya. His 20-year old son has suffered from asthma since he was three years old, he says, but when he recently moved to a city the condition disappeared. “He hasn’t had an attack for two years since he went to study in Córdoba,” says Horacio. “But when he came home for two months recently, he began to cough again.”
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