A REAL cancer cure hiding in plain sight?

Researchers at Cardiff University that were in the midst of analyzing blood from a bank accidentally stumbled into an “entirely new type of T-cell”, according to The Daily Wire. The new cell carries a “never before seen” type of receptor that acts like a grappling hook, latching on to most human cancers.

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I have lost multiple friends and family members to cancer. I have seen the dreadful suffering it can cause, and the horror of conventional treatment. To my benefit, it has motivated me to make radical lifestyle changes in the hopes of avoiding a similar fate.

In many cases the so called cures for cancer offered by the medical and pharmaceutical establishment are more toxic and painful than the disease itself. In fact, most of the current treatments are known to causes of cancer. These treatments frequently lead to a more horrific end than the disease itself. Never the less, established cancer treatment is a multi billion dollar industry that defends its monopoly with great vigor and cruelty.

Hardly a year passes when I do not read of new discoveries that have the potential to cure certain cancers without toxic, chemicals, radiation or surgery that can cause or encourage the spread of cancer. And very rarely is anything more heard of these new discoveries. While some results achieved by research will always prove to be flawed, it’s not hard to imagine many new discoveries are discredited or buried by the established industry that they could easily disrupt.

Farewell to Neal Peart

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Rush in Concert Photo by Enrico Frangi, released to public domain

Neal Peart, the renowned drummer and lyricist of the band Rush, transitioned from this plane on January 6. Neal was also a prolific author, motorcycle enthusiast, father, husband, and an advocate of the power of the individual. Best known as the drummer and lyricist of the band Neal is widely recognized as one of the world’s top drummers and was a life long student of his art. Bucking the rock star stereotype, he was also known to be an all around nice guy.

I first encountered Rush in my late teens, and was greatly influenced by the virtuosity of their recordings and performances. The rythmatic complexity of much of the bands music was only successful with a talent like Peart on the drums. The lyrics he composed were often thought provoking and a departure from the nonsensical gibberish that proliferates most popular music.

Neal was still a young man who left us far too soon in life. The world is a better place because he was here, and the body of work he left with us will entertain and inspire as long as people love great musicianship. I add my condolences to his family and former band mates to many others appearing today. RIP Neal.