RFID Chip Community Forum (29 April 2013)

Heather Fazio and TAG Texans for Accountable Government set up a community forum in Leon Vally / San Antonio Texas .Joseph Fenity hosting Dr.Katherine Albrecht ,Dr Laura Pressley,Matt Simpson,Andrea Hernandez & Heather Fazio public outreach event to underscore the serious privacy, safety, and civil liberties dangers associated with RFID tracking technology. 

Say "NO" to Chipping Students!

Over 4.000 students targeted as guinea pigs for a RFID tracking system

In San Antonio, Texas, they are tracking and monitoring over 4,000 students using RFID microchipped identification cards. Unless we convince Jay High School and Jones Middle School to rethink ...

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A final note on the non-link between dairy and cancer

Note: I first posted this as a comment in response to my "Milk does not cause cancer" post, which was a follow up to "That email about Chinese women not getting breast cancer has it wrong."

It's certainly true that Asian countries DO have a lower rate of prostate and breast cancer. But there are MANY, MANY, MANY differences between Western and Asian lifestyles aside from dairy consumption.

Without evidence, saying “Western people drink milk. Asian people don’t. Western people have higher rates of cancer than Asian people. Therefore drinking milk must cause cancer,” is a hypothesis. Without ...

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Supplements I took during cancer treatment

First, here is info on the amazing TM copper depletion trial I am on: http://wordpress.katherinealbrecht.com/?p=1429

Next, because so many people have been asking, here are the supplements I took during my own course of chemo and radiation treatments. The first two continue to be at the core of my wellness program, and the others are supplemental.

CORIOLUS VERSICOLOR mushroom pills, hot water extract (very important), four 600mg pills per day (2 in the AM, 2 in the PM, with food) for restoring immune function during and after chemo. I took coriolus faithfully through chemo and ...

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Do not delay breast (or colon) cancer surgery

If you find a lump in your breast, don't delay surgery! New research shows that waiting more than twelve weeks to remove a breast tumor nearly doubles a woman's risk of death.

New research published in the Annals of Surgical Oncology looked at the survival rates of thousands of cancer patients. The study concluded that the optimal time to have surgery to remove a breast cancer tumor is within one to four weeks of the initial diagnosis.

Those who waited longer than twelve weeks had, on average, nearly double the risk of dying from breast cancer during the ...

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Where to go for cancer treatment? Hint: travel improves survival

If you suspect you have cancer, you should get checked out as quickly as possible, which probably means getting screens and testing at your nearest local hospital. That's what I did. Both my mammogram and biopsy were done within ten minutes of my home.

However, when the time came for surgery and treatment, I ditched my (otherwise great) local hospital and traveled an hour to a world class cancer treatment hospital instead.

That's because cancer is a moving target, and access to the latest treatment can mean the difference between life and death. An academic hospital gives you ...

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