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1 year 4 months ago - 1 year 4 months ago #1208 by Ozone
Ozone replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Dr. Peter Duesberg, Bryan Callen, Brian Redban
News from the AIDS front. Patient is looking up...talkative as she used to be years back. Skin pallour good. Walks unaided...leg ulcers abating big time. All sealed and healing, complains of lower back pain that I diagnosed as kidney dysfunction....or overload...not enough water being drunk, plus a side effect of medications. Reminded her to drink lots of ozonated water...she had even forgotten about the ozonator I gave her a year ago. She looks and sounds like she was years back...before the almost fatal deterioration. I can accurately say for the record that IBT has saved her life and is continuing to give her gains on her illness. Exciting indeed. ,!!!

" The bed of an old man known to the AIDS patient. Just had to take the picture...bed is in an outdoor shed. Talk about the spread of IBT at grassroots level. The bricks are about two and a half inches thick each...so it around 5 inches.
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1 year 4 months ago #1209 by Andrew
Andrew replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Dr. Peter Duesberg, Bryan Callen, Brian Redban
Thank you for all that you have done to reach out and help the people that people would rather forget exist on nothing. This is what IBT is about, providing people that have nothing with the very best that money can't buy.

Your picture of the inclined bed in Africa tells the whole story better than I ever could.

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1 year 4 months ago #1210 by Ozone
Ozone replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Dr. Peter Duesberg, Bryan Callen, Brian Redban
Thing is that bed was not inclined by me...imagine? Means the poor people are seeing results that are tangible...and beginning to do it themselves. I am just starting though.

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1 year 4 months ago #1211 by Paul
Paul replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Dr. Peter Duesberg, Bryan Callen, Brian Redban
Great work...interesting times.

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1 year 2 months ago #1220 by Ozone
Ozone replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Dr. Peter Duesberg, Bryan Callen, Brian Redban
Quick update on AIDS patient. The conflict between hospital drugs and ' other' methods might just be the end of her. Blood pressure went too low...of course....it's like me taking blood pressure drugs...it would be too low. It is almost impossible to educate people that once you start curing an incurable illness, you have to be careful with hospital drugs. Have seen the same with diabetes patients...they end up overdosing on insulin or medication and fainting almost. Also people on heart beta blockers. Seems we cannot win in the end, if the system keeps killing them with drugs. We can only hope a person sees reason. One doctor friend of mine as we were debating pointed out to me that if I had a ravaging illness I wouldn't have time to debate, that I would take whatever was given me. So maybe it's almost impossible to understand if one isn't the sick one.
Meantime we are getting more and more people on incline....a melanoma patient, several with cold feet....this one fixes same day. Another friend of mine that practices in a health centre tells all her patients about it.
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1 year 2 months ago #1221 by Andrew
Andrew replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Dr. Peter Duesberg, Bryan Callen, Brian Redban
Thanks again for the updates. As you say, we are fighting to avoid a barrage of medications which we all know are hugely profitable, and in it's place we have an inclined bed. Difficult pill to swallow for most who earn money prescribing drugs.

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1 year 2 months ago #1222 by Ozone
Ozone replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Dr. Peter Duesberg, Bryan Callen, Brian Redban
Patient has imminent kidney failure....creatinine levels around 8.5, usually approaching 10 they recommend dialysis. I put her on diatomaceous earth and she is gaining some ground again. We have to note that usually the drugs win...I.e. Patient dies. If one can convince a patient to terminate poisonous drug Rx, there is a chance. It's also difficult to work in the shadow of the doctors.

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1 year 4 hours ago - 1 year 4 hours ago #1303 by Andrew
Andrew replied the topic: Infectious Myth Radio Joan Shenton and Babette Babich on Scientific Censorship
Infectious Myth – Joan Shenton and Babette Babich on Scientific Censorship – 04.26.16
When the documentary, ‘Positive Hell’, was accepted by the London Independent Film Festival, it seemed like a crack in the wall of censorship imposed on critics of the HIV=AIDS dogma. It tells the story of 5 Spaniards who have been HIV-positive since the 1980s and have not taken AIDS drugs, or only for a short time, yet have retained excellent health. But after four complaints from unnamed AIDS charities (that probably receive money from pharmaceutical companies) the film was unanimously withdrawn by the same committee that earlier approved it. Film maker Joan Shenton talks to David about her experiences, joined by philosophy professor Babette Babich who has written on the censorship of science from within.

Professor Babich’s has made her article publicly available. Please click on the link right here to read: Calling Science Pseudoscience
Alternatively, you can watch her discuss the paper right here: Video - Calling Science Pseudoscience

The Joan Shenton and Andi Reiss documentary, Positive Hell, can be viewed by clicking on the title.
Also available is an interview with Joan discussing the documentary and its censorship: ‘London Live’
MP3 Radio Discussion on Aids and HIV

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11 months 4 weeks ago #1304 by Ozone
Ozone replied the topic: Infectious Myth Radio Joan Shenton and Babette Babich on Scientific Censorship
Second HIV patient on incline. Not yet on anti retrovirals drugs. Was beginning to experience muscle atrophy. First two nights she reported sleeping much better, breathing easier, and being very much more alert!!! Lower back 'active'.
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11 months 4 weeks ago #1305 by Andrew
Andrew replied the topic: Infectious Myth Radio Joan Shenton and Babette Babich on Scientific Censorship
Well done mate, good news indeed.

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1 month 3 days ago #1382 by Andrew
Andrew replied the topic: AIDS HIV Research Testimonial in confirms results with aids patients
I am amazed Digestion Diarrhea Improved Using IBT

I first read about IBT because I thought it was about Irritable Bowels and I thought it was some type of new therapy for the bowels. Well, it turned out to be about my bowels afterall.

I decided to try the incline for my constant muscle pain. I didn't have anything to lose; just some books to put under my bed. My bed is only raised 3" at this point. I need someone to lift the bed so I can add the additional inches and finding that someone has proved to be difficult.

My pain is still constant, however, my bowels are now 100% better. For four years straight I had diarrhea almost every day. If I went anywhere, I wore an adult diaper garment. On Dec. 18, 2016 my bed was raised 3 inches. One Dec. 19th I did not have diarrhea. Today is Feb. 26, 2017 and I have not had any bowel issues since I raised my bed. This is amazing to me and totally unexpected.

I just wanted to share what a little bit of incline can do for you. I am looking forward to finding out what the 6" incline will do for me. I might have to go to the store and buy a couple of car jacks and get my bed at the correct height.

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