GcMAF & Nagalase

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Re: What do you think about GcMAF?

Gc precursor vitamin D-binding glycoprotein macrophage activating factor is another “magic bullet” and “tunnel vision” cancer therapy.

ALL successful cancer therapies (and there are darn few of them) reduce Nagalase (alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase), the extracellular enzyme secreted by cancer cells during tumor invasion.

GcMAF may have limited value; for example, Dr. Toshio Inui, M.D., of the Saisei Mirai Clinic in Kobe, Japan, has had at least a few cancer remissions with GcMAF.

Meanwhile, why is GcMAF’s primary researcher hiding out?

Maybe one of my readers can score an interview with him …

Dr. Nobuto Yamamoto, M.D.
Socrates Institute for Therapeutic Immunology (founded by Dr. Yamamoto in 1994)
1040 66th Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19126-3305

We need a dialogue with this venerable doctor, not monologues by bloggers many times removed from him.

An institute named after Socrates might remember that he famously said …

“You know, Phaedrus, that’s the strange thing about writing … they seem to talk to you as if they were intelligent, but if you ask them anything about what they say, from a desire to be instructed, they go on telling you just the same thing forever.”

This is also a flaw in my ongoing monologues, dear reader.

Vibrant Gal, Guru Angisetty, and I hope to swing open the doors of the Santa Barbara Sun Sync Science School of Self Healing as soon as possible to begin the dialogue.

All donations greatly appreciated …

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'GcMAF & Nagalase' has 1 comment

  1. August 12, 2015 @ 6:19 pm Atom

    Yawning, a stretch syndrome, is essential to human health and evolution.

    Olivier Walusinski wrote …

    “Behavioral pattern continuity from prenatal to postnatal life shows a strict parallelism between the ontogeny of REM sleep and yawning. Basically, REM sleep in the human declines from 50% of total sleep time (8 h) and a frequency of 30-50 yawns per day in the newborn to 15% of total sleep time (1 h) and less than 20 yawns per day in the adult. This decrease takes place mainly between birth and the end of puberty.”

    A yawn is one of the first signs of recovery from disease or psychosis.

    Yawning is part of a generalized stretch known as pandiculation.

    According to Adano …

    “The Great Spirit is the Great Breath. A body gains three ounces at birth and loses three ounces at death. Walk the wind – Paul was talking fundamental biological physics.”

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