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 on: September 14, 2016, 11:51:12 AM 
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Muß jetzt sein. PUSH!    :D

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The current recipe for BX is "homeopathic formula" "1,000,000X" dilution = pure distilled-water , no active ingredients whatsoever ...


http://rationalwiki.org/w/images/9/97/Label_on_a_bottle_of_%27BX-Protocol%27%2C_%28a_cure-all%29%2C_listing_ingredients.png

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/File:Label_on_a_bottle_of_%27BX-Protocol%27,_(a_cure-all),_listing_ingredients.png

However back in 2012, when BX was injected, it was still billed as homeopathic, but the liquid in the syringe bottles had a purple tint to it, so not pure water ...



https://www.bxprotocol.com/images/bottles2.png
https://www.bxprotocol.com/bxantitoxin2.php


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There is a BBC TV report about Olivia Downie here ...
https://youtu.be/i95c90MbNJE?t=3m22s
Secret filming of Dr Tony Jimenez in the Hope4Cancer clinic is shown.



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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Sun Aug 19, 2012 04:52 AM
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    On May 26, 2012 4:17 AM Sally13 wrote:

    Our experience was negative. The program did nothing for my daughter. She died several months after receiving treatment.  Nor did I see recoveries on the part of others to support the bloated statistics that Toni Jimenez gave in a phone interview prior to our deciding to go there. The staff are attentive while you are there, but they ignore you after you leave even if you have signed up for their home programs. I think most nurses, technicians, and office people genuinely think they are helping patients, but I think Jimenez and the other doctors know the true situation--and once you are gone, they don't want to know what has happened to you because it doesn't support their advertisements. Two weeks is too short a time to cure someone of a life-threatening illness, and patients are sent home with demanding regimes that few can follow for any period of time and often with ports for IVs that can result in serious infections requiring hospitalization. Jimenez spends most of his time promoting the program. In our experience, he spends little time with patients at the clinic. When we were there, no one had been able to find reviews of the clinic. The reviews on the web are promotional items by the clinic. 

Dear Sally13,

My heart goes out to you over your loss, as well as your discouraging experience with H4CI. We are so sorry...

We are currently investigating the few options that we know about at this point. Apparently there are few choices that exist for treating children under the age of 16 who have been diagnosed with cancer, outside of the FDA-approved protocol.

Sally13, how old was your daughter, if I might ask? What was her diagnosis and condition? What was the time span from her initial diagnosis until her very untimely passing? What did you do prior to going to H4CI? What made you want to even go there in the first place? Did you have reservations going in, i.e. 2nd thoughts, while or after looking the place over, talking with the personnel there, especially Dr. Jimenez?

We were impressed with the place, even though it seems a lot of money for the time spent there at the clinic. And some of the equiptment is simple looking. Pam said that they would provide plans if we wanted, to replicate some of the equiptment, in addition to the "included" equiptment they give us to take home. They tout a 1-year after-care followup/ ongoing treatment utilising said equiptment they include in the total treatment price. IV's were not part of the initial after-care program, although we want to do everything possible, if it is available.

Our little girl has been being treated with IMRT potentiated by localized microwave hyperthermia since January in LA. Our family has been separated, except for a week here, a week there under FMLA, as I stay back home and work. My wife is our daughter's primary/ only full-time caregiver. She is our only child. This has been a tremendous strain on us all, of course. We do have strong faith and hope. And we have had visible, documentable, verifiable success(es). And what appear to be setbacks.

Without rewriting what I've already written here elsewhere in response to a post by a dad who's son has the same diagnosis as our daughter, I'll link it here, from Osteosarcoma high grade by josephhoctor on Fri Jul 20, 2012 6:21 AM
http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,67231

I hope we can dialogue, because at the very least you can be in our prayers, and you in turn can perhaps help save us a lot of money, if what you are claiming is accurate. And maybe steer us in the right direction. Thank you so much.

Also, if anyone reading this... Loula, mmsurvivor, talaamiri, laurendownie, IndiraGuevara, JulieAustin, truthseeker113, julianna, Morning Walker, mbg53, Chrystalluna, rjcrossley, jcr65566, lilise, etc who are looking into/ have looked into Mexican Clinics, and/ or SPDT... mgraf, scrubba, Kirsten_72, Shushi, etc., and/ or other "alternative" treatment protocols and methods, and would also like to chime in, I/ we would greatly appreciate it.
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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Sun Aug 19, 2012 04:57 AM
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Sorry, that link doesn't work. Here is the full link to my first post to Josephhoctor regarding Osteosarcoma High Grade. Apparently, I deleted part of the address while editing my message:http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,67231
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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Mon Aug 20, 2012 03:15 AM
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    On Sep 19, 2010 11:06 PM Loula wrote:

    Has anyone heard of this clinic in Mexico?

Yes, we traveled there in July 2012 for a tour and consultation with Dr. Tony. It's pricey, altho we were told by their marketing manager that that is pretty much the going rate for this type of treatment. Then again we're newbies, and our insurance has been taking care of the lions share of our bills so far. This would be uncharted waters for us; fortunately we seem to have secured financing. Of course, I still wonder what else is "out there". The contact person we are working with (M.M.) claims that very few clinics exist that accept children. I know from my own research that this is the case in the USA, NAFTA, the FDA has the freedom (how ironic) to come 50 miles in across the international border and conficatorially snatch your kid to bring back to the states to begin the "treatment" they "should have gotten in the first place"... even if what you as parents have been doing has been working to not only build your child's immune system up to fight the disease naturally, but possibly even be well on the way to being cured! Like she said to me, "You may think you do, but ultimately you don't own your kid. They do." Well, I got news for "them", God owns our kid, and we, her parents are "just" her stewards while she is on this earth and still a minor!

What, loula, did you find out, and did you ever go there to H4CI.. or somewhere else? I/ we would be very interested to know.
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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Mon Aug 20, 2012 03:25 AM
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    On Sep 20, 2010 10:46 PM mmsurvivor wrote:

    Your welcome: Congrats and let us know how it goes, those on the list are well thought of and one of my patients in the early 80's went to one and did very well......Hope for a remission for you.  MMS

Dear MMS,

Wondering if you know any more anout H4CI, and just wanted to dovetail to you what I wrote to someone else here who you briefly corresponded with. Here are the links to what I wrote/ our story so far:

Reply to sally13 who had horrible experience with H4CI/ loss of daughter…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

Reply to josephhoctor who has 8 yr old son w/ Mets OS…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,67231

Reply to loula, asked if anyone has heard of this clinic in Mexico?

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223
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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Mon Aug 20, 2012 03:32 AM
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    On Oct 04, 2010 5:57 AM talaamiri wrote:

    please let me know of the web site or tel number of the clinics you have found.

    -San Diego clinic

    -Tijuana clinic

    Thank you very much.

    Tala

Dear Tala,

It's been 2 years since you posted here on CancerCompass, but I wanted to ask if you ever found out more in your research, and did you ever utilise any of the services/ treatment protocols from any of these clinics, or others you found later in your research/ treatment journey?

I have provided some links below, giving you the option to click on and learn much more about our journey with our daughter, rather than clog up this space with the actual body of previously written replies...

Reply to sally13 who had horrible experience with H4CI/ loss of daughter…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

Reply to josephhoctor who has 8 yr old son w/ OS…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,67231

Reply to loula, asked if anyone has heard of this clinic in Mexico?

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Mon Aug 20, 2012 03:46 AM
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    On Jun 01, 2012 9:33 PM laurendownie wrote:

    Hi sorry for the questions,what type of cancer did your daughter have?and whats her age?my daughter is 7 and has neuroblastoma and were about to go here as a last ditch attempt as she has alot of cancer in her bones. ive read some positive some negative. flights are going to cost us almost as much as the treatment!!! im so sorry to hear of the passing of your daughter. something no parent should ever endure x

Hello Lauren,

How is your dear daughter doing? I pray for good news.

I am in the process of responding one by one to each contributor here on CancerCompass regarding a specific Mexican clinic (Hope4Cancer Institute), and/ or any others offering similar treatment protocols... your response to sally13 (who I still do really hope to hear from, as we are very close to committing to going to H4CI) was only a few months ago, so still pertinent. DId you ever hear from her privately? I too concur with your thoughts, I agree, no parent should ever endure the gruesome passing of their little child... And my heart and prayers go to you as well for your own challenging situation. You said you read some positive (reviews/ comments), "some" negative, implying more than one. Not sure if one of them is sally13's review here on CC... What other(s) did you come across and could/ would you PLEASE share them with me? ASA. We are this close to committing to H4CI, and financially it will wipe us out. But it's our best hope (not "Hope") at this point. Our learning curve is a work in progress, hampered by the unavoidable fact that our family is split apart by this as I work back in the midwest while they are on the west coast since January; my wife is our daughter's caregiver, is getting burned out, and every 5 days out of 7 I have to somehow concentrate on and switch my allegiance from my daughter's life and the reunification of our family unit, back to our primary source of income which generates our insurance benefits.
Any leads, or thoughts you can find time to share with me/ us here would be a godsend. Thank you!

PS here are the links to my previous replies to pertinent postings here on CC:

Reply to sally13 who had horrible experience with H4CI/ loss of daughter…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

Reply to josephhoctor who has 8 yr old son w/ OS…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,67231

Reply to loula, asked if anyone has heard of this clinic in Mexico?

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Mon Aug 20, 2012 03:55 AM
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    On Jun 11, 2012 5:09 AM IndiraGuevara wrote:
    Oh my osh, is your daughter Olivia? We have just donated to the neuroblastoma families, i am sorry it is not much, but really praying for Olivia. My daughter also has neuoblastoma, and we are looking into this cancer treatment as well. Please do keep us updatec on ow it goes. www.mayakim.ca " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">www.mayakim.ca "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.mayakim.ca " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">www.mayakim.ca " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">www.mayakim.ca " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">www.mayakim.ca

Good evening Indira and family,

I have been on your website www.mayakim.ca " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">www.mayakim.ca a few times now reading your blog entries. My thoughts and prayers go out for your daughter. I did not see any mention or information on Hope4Cancer Institute there on your site, and no one has apparently responded yet to your post here in this section of the site. What was your assessment of H4CI? DId you decide/ were you able to travel over the border and look further into it, or actually commit to one of them for treatment?
Here are three links to previous replies I have shared with others here on CC, regarding a thumbnail background sketch on our journey, and especially as it relates to our search for a place that will treat her systemically, hopefully to eradicate every last rogue cell in her body...

Reply to sally13 who had horrible experience with H4CI/ loss of daughter…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

Reply to josephhoctor who has 8 yr old son w/ OS…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,67231

Reply to loula, asked if anyone has heard of this clinic in Mexico?

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

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dadofelise5 dadofelise5

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by dadofelise5 on Mon Aug 20, 2012 03:58 AM
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    On Jun 27, 2012 5:34 AM JulieAustin wrote:
    What clinics in San Diego are you talking about ?

Julie,

Did you ever look any further into any of the Mexican clinics? Here is a portion of our story, as told via three different replies to posts here..

Reply to sally13 who had horrible experience with H4CI/ loss of daughter…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

Reply to josephhoctor who has 8 yr old son w/ OS…

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,67231

Reply to loula, asked if anyone has heard of this clinic in Mexico?

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,51223

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laurendownie laurendownie

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by laurendownie on Mon Aug 20, 2012 09:43 AM
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My dear dear darling daughter Olivia has died I am devastated to tell you.we had the most horrifying experience at the hope4cancer clinic.she died the most painful tragic death.my daugher is Olivia downie.if you google her you will find some partial information on this.i am willing to chat about this but cant find the strength right now to post it all on here.we were transferred to a private hospital where Olivia was on life support.she then returned home in a private emergency air ambulance at our expense.or rather the nations expense.the clinic never checked on Olivia' the hope 4 cancer clinic never called emailed etc etc.she died after 2days of returning home to local hosp.she had a a very very high tumour marker the clinic gave her a bx injection vaccine....which most definately worsened her condition.gave her torturous pain...then her lungs filled with fluids.we never got to hear her voice again...or see her eyes open...I emailed the clinic and called,asking for a breakdown of the ingredients in the bx protocol.my questions ignored.they took us over there got the money...finished olivia off when she could have spent the time at home and the left us to get on with it,

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printweaver printweaver

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by printweaver on Wed Aug 29, 2012 02:28 AM
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My heart goes out to you and your family for the loss Olivia.  I was thinking of taking my father to hope4cancer, but know now it is not a good option.  God bless you...
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laurendownie on Mon Aug 20, 2012 09:43 AM:
"the clinic gave her a bx injection vaccine....which most definately worsened her condition.gave her torturous pain...then her lungs filled with fluids."

laurendownie on Mon Aug 20, 2012 09:43 AM:
"I emailed the clinic and called,asking for a breakdown of the ingredients in the bx protocol.my questions ignored."

This is two facts still ignored. Why?

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Loula Loula

Hope4Cancer Institute

by Loula on Sun Sep 19, 2010 11:06 PM
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Has anyone heard of this clinic in Mexico?
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mmsurvivor mmsurvivor

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by mmsurvivor on Mon Sep 20, 2010 12:18 AM
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Through the most roundabout way I know referred a patient who ended up there, she had extreme advance breast cancer with lung and liver involvement, after 3 months she was almost cancer free so I would at least check it out.  Somewhere I have the information she sent me so will try and find it.  So I guess I know 1 person who did very well there and the price was reasonable.  Take care mms
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mmsurvivor mmsurvivor

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by mmsurvivor on Mon Sep 20, 2010 12:21 AM
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http://www.canhelp.com/ClinicsVisit.htm

here is a rundown on some clinics and I also know that the one Dr Gammel runs also had good success. mms
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Loula Loula

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by Loula on Mon Sep 20, 2010 01:10 AM
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    On Sep 20, 2010 12:21 AM mmsurvivor wrote:

    http://www.canhelp.com/ClinicsVisit.htm "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.canhelp.com/ClinicsVisit.htm " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.canhelp.com/ClinicsVisit.htm


    here is a rundown on some clinics and I also know that the one Dr Gammel runs also had good success. mms

Dear mmsurvivor

Thank you very much for taking the time to offer your help and for all the great information that you have passed on to me.

I have actually looked into another Mexican clinic - Hope4Cancer Institute but find the cost of almost $29,000 (excluding airfares) unaffordable.

The San Diego clinic is only half the price at $12,000 and the Tijuana clinic even more affordable which is fantastic.

God bless you.

Loula
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mmsurvivor mmsurvivor

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by mmsurvivor on Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:46 PM
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Your welcome: Congrats and let us know how it goes, those on the list are well thought of and one of my patients in the early 80's went to one and did very well......Hope for a remission for you.  MMS
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talaamiri talaamiri

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by talaamiri on Mon Oct 04, 2010 05:57 AM
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please let me know of the web site or tel number of the clinics you have found.

-San Diego clinic

-Tijuana clinic

Thank you very much.

Tala
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Sally13 Sally13

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by Sally13 on Sat May 26, 2012 04:17 AM
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Our experience was negative. The program did nothing for my daughter. She died several months after receiving treatment.  Nor did I see recoveries on the part of others to support the bloated statistics that Toni Jimenez gave in a phone interview prior to our deciding to go there. The staff are attentive while you are there, but they ignore you after you leave even if you have signed up for their home programs. I think most nurses, technicians, and office people genuinely think they are helping patients, but I think Jimenez and the other doctors know the true situation--and once you are gone, they don't want to know what has happened to you because it doesn't support their advertisements. Two weeks is too short a time to cure someone of a life-threatening illness, and patients are sent home with demanding regimes that few can follow for any period of time and often with ports for IVs that can result in serious infections requiring hospitalization. Jimenez spends most of his time promoting the program. In our experience, he spends little time with patients at the clinic. When we were there, no one had been able to find reviews of the clinic. The reviews on the web are promotional items by the clinic. 

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laurendownie laurendownie


RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by laurendownie on Fri Jun 01, 2012 09:33 PM
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Hi sorry for the questions,what type of cancer did your daughter have?and whats her age?my daughter is 7 and has neuroblastoma and were about to go here as a last ditch attempt as she has alot of cancer in her bones.ive read some positive some negative.the flights are going to cost us almost as much as the treatment!!!im so sorry to hear of the passing of your daughter.someth ing no parent should ever endure x

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IndiraGuevara IndiraGuevara

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by IndiraGuevara on Mon Jun 11, 2012 05:09 AM
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Oh my osh, is your daughter Olivia? We have just donated to the neuroblastoma families, i am sorry it is not much, but really praying for Olivia. My daughter also has neuoblastoma, and we are looking into this cancer treatment as well. Please do keep us updatec on ow it goes. Www.mayakim.ca
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JulieAustin JulieAustin

RE: Hope4Cancer Institute

by JulieAustin on Wed Jun 27, 2012 05:34 AM
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What clinics in San Diego are you talking about ?
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What kind of "home programs" by Jimenez?

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"Aribert Deckers @aribertdeckers
.@billythekid4u @BX_Protocol The media is out to get you. They will nail you to the wall for this .


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Points to this BBC article

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Scottish cancer girl Olivia Downie dies after return from Mexico
29 June 2012
From the section NE Scotland, Orkney & Shetland


http://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/304/media/images/61117000/jpg/_61117072_olivia_downie.jpg

Olivia Downie
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Olivia Downie was diagnosed with neuroblastoma three years ago
A seven-year-old Fraserburgh girl with terminal cancer, flown back to Scotland from Mexico after more than £150,000 was raised, has died.
Olivia Downie and her family flew out earlier this month to get treatment for neuroblastoma, which she was diagnosed with three years ago.
She flew back to Aberdeen on Wednesday.
The family said in a statement: "It is with great sadness that we announce that our darling daughter Olivia slipped away peacefully."
We were blessed to have had Olivia in our lives and her cheeky smile that shone like a star will be with us forever
Family statement
Olivia's parents, Lauren and Steven Downie, and family said she died on Friday morning after a "long and courageous battle".
They said: "We are so thankful that, thanks to the generosity of so many people, we have been able to take her home to Scotland so she could have her family by her side.
"Words cannot express how grateful we are that this final journey was made possible.
Plane arrives back
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The plane touched down in Aberdeen on Wednesday afternoon
"We would like to extend our gratitude to the medical and nursing teams both at NHS Grampian and overseas who have also been part of our lives for so long.
They added: "We were blessed to have had Olivia in our lives and her cheeky smile that shone like a star will be with us forever."
They also appealed for privacy "at such a devastating time in all our lives".
When the treatment in Mexico failed, Olivia was flown back by Air Ambulance Worldwide.
The charity Families Against Neuroblastoma has been helping the family.

More on this story
Cancer girl Olivia Downie arrives back in Scotland from Mexico
27 June 2012
Cancer girl Olivia Downie could be flown home to Fraserburgh from Mexico
25 June 2012
Related Internet links"


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"R0b1999 ‏@R0b1999 Apr 14

    @MirnMac Ask Lauren Downie [in Scotland] if exposing the @BX_Protocol fraud is "needless" (while it still exists),
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Ich darf das kopieren.  8)


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Risiko für Kleinkinder durch den Familienhund wird unterschätzt

Wien (vmu) – Bissvorfälle bei Kleinkindern passieren meist durch den eigenen Familienhund. Häufig erfolgen die Hundebisse sogar unter Aufsicht von Erwachsenen. Auslöser ist oft eine vom Kind liebevoll gemeinte Geste wie eine Umarmung gegenüber dem Vierbeiner. Eine Befragung von HundehalterInnen durch Forschende des Instituts für Tierhaltung und Tierschutz der Vetmeduni Vienna ergab, dass beim vertrauten Familienhund eindeutige Gefahrensituationen unterschätzt werden. Besseres Verständnis für die Bedürfnisse des Hundes und einfache Maßnahmen, wie abgegrenzte Ruhezonen und Fressplätze können das Bissrisiko deutlich verringern. Die Analyse der Befragung wurde im Journal of Veterinary Behavior veröffentlicht.

Kinder lieben es Hunde zu streicheln, mit ihnen zu spielen und ihnen nachzukrabbeln. Vor allem der Familienhund wird gerne umarmt oder intensiv gestreichelt. Manchmal wird so die Geduld des vierbeinigen Mitbewohners leider überstrapaziert und er schnappt zu. Die meisten Bissvorfälle mit Kleinkindern passieren deshalb im Familienalltag und folgen oft auf eine eigentlich liebevoll gemeinte Geste des Kindes.

Bissvorfälle trotz Aufsicht häufig

„Halterinnen und Halter sollten erkennen, wenn sich der Hund bedrängt fühlt und rechtzeitig einschreiten. Trotzdem ereignen sich die Vorfälle häufig direkt vor den Augen der Erwachsenen“, erklärt Studienleiterin Christine Arhant vom Institut für Tierhaltung und Tierschutz der Vetmeduni Vienna. Ihr Team beschäftigt sich mit der Frage, warum Bissvorfälle mit dem Familienhund selbst unter Aufsicht so häufig sind. Dafür analysierte die Gruppe anhand einer Onlinebefragung erstmals die Einstellung der Eltern zur Beaufsichtigung von Kind und Hund.

„Der Großteil der Befragten war sich des generellen Risikos von Bissvorfällen sehr wohl bewusst“, sagt Arhant. Unbekannt war den meisten TeilnehmerInnen lediglich, dass auch kleinere Hunde ein Risiko darstellen. Die Bewertung von Beispielbildern, auf denen eine Kind-Hund Situation dargestellt war, zeigte jedoch, dass die Gefahr durch fremde Hunde deutlich höher eingeschätzt wird, als durch den eigenen Familienhund.

Vertrauen geht vor Achtsamkeit

Im Zusammenhang mit fremden Hunden wurde jede abgebildete Situation, auch solche mit geringem Risiko, als gefährlich eingestuft. Beim Familienhund wurden dagegen fast alle Situationen als harmlos und ein Einschreiten als nicht notwendig angesehen. Nur ein gemeinsames Kuscheln von Kind und Hund im Hundebett wurde als mögliche Gefahr eingestuft. Etwa 50 Prozent der Befragten lassen das Kleinkind sooft und so lange wie es möchte mit dem Hund spielen. Ebenso viele der befragten HundehalterInnen lassen Kind und Hund unbeaufsichtigt zusammen.

„Das gesunde Misstrauen gegenüber fremden Hunden scheint beim eigenen Familienhund nicht gegeben zu sein“, schätzt Arhant ein. „Man vertraut dem eigenen Hund und schließt einen Beißvorfall mit ihm aus.“ Das reduziert nicht nur die Achtsamkeit, sondern HundehalterInnen setzen damit voraus, dass der Familienhund toleranter und geduldiger ist als andere Hunde. „Das Bedürfnis nach Ruhe und einem eigenen Bereich sollte auch beim eigenen Hund respektiert werden“, so Arhant.

Bedürfnis des Hundes nach Abstand sollte beachtet werden

Die Onlinebefragung zeigte, dass HundehalterInnen den grundlegenden Bedürfnissen eines Hundes, wie Spaziergängen, Ruhe- und Fressplätzen, durchwegs nachkommen. Dass ein Hund auch ein Bedürfnis nach ausreichend Ruhezeit und Abstand vom Kleinkind hat, scheint den meisten Befragten dagegen nicht bewusst zu sein. Nur Wenige gaben an die Ruhezone und den Fressplatz des Familienhundes „kindersicher“, also für das Kind nicht zugänglich zu machen. „Eine räumliche Abgrenzung erlaubt es den Aufsichtspersonen kurz die Aufmerksamkeit von Kind und Hund zu nehmen. Das Kind ist durch die Trennung geschützt und sie ermöglicht dem Vierbeiner sich ungestört zu entspannen“, erklärt die Studienleiterin.

Bewusstsein alleine reicht nicht

Ohne Ausweichzonen und ausreichende Ruhephasen für den Hund können im Familienalltag Situationen entstehen, die zu einem Biss führen können. Daher ist es wichtig, HalterInnen zu schulen wie sie Kind und Hund beaufsichtigen sollen. Wichtige Elemente sind aufmerksames Beobachten, das Verhalten von Kind und Hund lenken und gegebenenfalls die beiden sicher voneinander trennen.

Für Arhant ist es wichtig, HundehalterInnen mit Kleinkindern noch besser über das Risiko von Bissvorfällen zu informieren. Das Institut für Tierhaltung und Tierschutz der Vetmeduni Vienna bietet dafür am 17. September 2016 das speziell auf Bissprävention ausgerichtete Symposium „Für ein sicheres Gemeinsam von Kind und Hund“ am Campus der Vetmeduni Vienna an.

Kinder erkennen Drohung nicht

Arhant und ihre Kollegin Claudia Schmied-Wagner wollen auch das Programm “Der Blaue Hund“ nach Österreich holen. Bis jetzt können Eltern über die deutsche Website www.der-blaue-hund.de die interaktive DVD mit Elternbegleitheft beziehen mit dem sie gemeinsam mit ihren Kindern lernen, wie man sicherer mit dem Familienhund umgeht.

Das gemeinsame Lernen soll auch die Achtsamkeit und das Verständnis der Eltern verbessern. Denn Kleinkinder selbst können noch nicht verstehen, dass ein Hund nicht immer angefasst und überallhin verfolgt werden will. Fühlt sich der Hund durch ein Kind überfordert oder räumlich eingegrenzt, kann er mit seiner Körpersprache eine Drohung anzeigen. Eindeutige Merkmale sind erhöhte Körperspannung, Knurren oder häufiges Lecken der Schnauze und Gähnen. Kleinkinder können dieses Verhalten nur schwer einschätzen. Sogar ein knurrender Hund, der die Zähne fletscht, wirkt für sie als würde er lächeln.

Der Artikel „Attitudes of caregivers to supervision of childefamily dog interactions in children up to 6 years – An exploratory study“ von Christine Arhant, Ricarda Landenberger, Andrea Beetz und Josef Troxler wurde im Journal of Veterinary Behaviour veröffentlicht.
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mehr:
http://www.animal-health-online.de/klein/2016/09/13/10154/10154/

mehr:
"Tödliche Gefahr Homöopathie
Bißwunden durch Tiere"
http://www.ariplex.com/ama/ama_hom4.htm

mehr:
"Die Ratschläge von "Bild der Frau" zu befolgen kann tödlich enden."
http://www.transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=6217.0

 99 
 on: September 12, 2016, 12:16:11 PM 
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[*quote*]
Consumer Health Digest #16-34
September 11,  2016

Consumer Health Digest is a free weekly e-mail newsletter edited by Stephen Barrett, M.D
http://www.quackwatch.org/10Bio/bio.html
.,with help from William M. London, Ed.D., M.P.H
http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/william-m-london
It summarizes scientific reports; legislative developments; enforcement actions; news reports; Web site evaluations; recommended and nonrecommended books; and other information relevant to consumer protection and consumer decision-making.

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Amazon.com criticized for selling quack products

Reports from The Sun (a British newspaper) have accused Amazon.com of "endangering the sick and vulnerable and illegally peddling bogus 'snake-oil" "cures for cancer.
[Quinton M, Stoneman J. DANGEROUS AND MISLEADING' How web giant Amazon 'endangers' the sick and vulnerable by 'peddling bogus miracle cancer cures
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1732110/how-web-giant-amazon-endangers-the-sick-and-vulnerable-by-pedalling-bogus-miracle-cancer-cures/
The Sun, Sept 6, 20-16]

The products included electronic "zappers" claimed to treat HIV, instructions on administering bleach enemas for autism, and tablets made from animal glands aimed at people with thyroid disorders. One product, Dr Reckeweg R17 Tumour Drops, which was claimed to treat "all tumours, malignant or benign" including breast and stomach cancer, was removed from Amazon's site after the article was published. But thousands of dubious products remain available through Amazon.

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UK veterinarians call for homeopathy ban

Danny Chambers, a veterinarian who teaches at the University of Edinburgh, has initiated an open letter asking the Royal College of Veterinarians to ban the treatment of animals with homeopathy. A portion of the letter states:

Few things more heartbreaking than having to pick up the pieces after an animal has received inadequate care. Unfortunately, too many times in my career I've been presented with an animal whose perfectly treatable condition has been left to deteriorate, because their owners and vets were convinced that homeopathic remedies would do the trick. At best, it leads to unnecessary suffering and a reduced likelihood of a full recovery. At worst, as with the case of a horse I treated for severe laminitis, there is no option left but euthanasia.

. . . There is no real way for an animal's owner to judge whether the advice they receive from a qualified vet is based on sound research or, in the case of homeopathy, personal belief that flies in the face of evidence. The public rightly place their trust in veterinary surgeons, reasoning that our medical knowledge is the result of years of study and training at formally accredited institutions, and based on sound research.

For the veterinary profession to retain the trust of the general public, we have to ensure that the treatments that we offer are, to the best of our ability, based in evidence. As the regulatory body for veterinary surgeons in the UK, it is the duty of the RCVS to monitor the ethical and clinical standards of our profession—clearly, the promotion of demonstrably ineffective treatments is not compatible with these standards.

More than 1,000 veterinarians have signed onto the letter.
[Chambers D. Why we are calling for a ban on vets offering homeopathic remedies
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/jul/08/why-we-are-calling-for-a-ban-on-vets-offering-homeopathic-remedies?CMP=share_btn_fb
The Guardian, July 8, 2016]

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Vaccine critic facing disciplinary action

The Medical Board of California has accused Robert W. Sears, M.D., of unprofessional conduct related to his management of a 2-year-old patient.

The board's Accusation
http://www.casewatch.org/board/med/sears/accusation_2016.shtml
states that he violated the standard care by:

Writing a letter to excuse the boy from "all future vaccinations."
Failing to obtain the basic information necessary to make such a decision.
Failing to retain a copy of the letter in the boy's chart.
Failing to include neurological testing when evaluating the boy for headaches that followed being hit in the head with a hammer.

Sears is a leading advocate of spacing out vaccine administration so fewer vaccines are given at once.
[Snyder J. Cashing in on fear: The danger of Dr. Sears
https://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/cashing-in-on-fear-the-danger-of-dr-sears/
Science-Based Medicine Blog, July 30, 2009]

There is no scientific support for such a schedule.
[Crislip M, Barrett S. Do children get too many immunizations. The answer is no
http://www.quackwatch.org/03HealthPromotion/immu/too_many.html
Quackwatch, Sept 11, 2016]

Sears's letter appears to have embellished what the mother told him about the boy's previous experiences with vaccines.

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CRN hypes supplement industry data

The Council on Responsible Nutrition, which represents large companies that manufacture and distribute dietary supplements, has funded a report on the economic impact of the industry. The report states that the industry contributes $121.6 billion to the U.S. economy, creates 754,645 jobs nationwide, pays $38.4 billion in wages, and contributes nearly $15 billion in federal and state business taxes, not including taxes collected on product sales.
[John Dunham & Associates. 2016 Economic impact of the dietary supplement industry
http://nutrition.guerrillaeconomics.net/assets/site/res/CRN%20Methodology.pdf
June 2016]

In a press release announcing the report, CRN states:

"Here's what we know: more than 150 million Americans take dietary supplements for the health benefits they provide; supplements offer tremendous potential for societal health care cost savings; and the industry makes vital contributions to the economy at large. What's good for your health is also very good for America's wallet."

The report (of course) does not attempt to determine how much money Americans waste on useless products, how many are harmed by adverse effects or delay in seeking necessary medical care, or the economic impact of failed investments in multilevel marketing distributorships. CRN's hype parallels that of the tobacco industry
http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?id=4000
,which used economic analysis to argue that tobacco control policies would create havoc on jobs, tax revenues, tobacco farmers, and the economy in general.

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Continuing request for help from Dr. Barrett

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 100 
 on: September 12, 2016, 08:55:17 AM 
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[*quote*]
Umweltbundesamt
Presseinformation
Nr. 27/2016 vom 12.09.2016

Globale Temperaturrekorde und Sturzfluten in Deutschland – Vorgeschmack auf die Sommer der Zukunft?

In Deutschland wird die Anpassung an den Klimawandel immer wichtiger

Gemeinsame Pressemitteilung von Umweltbundesamt, dem Deutschen Wetterdienst und dem Deutschen Klima-Konsortium

WAS PASSIERT, WENN DIE FORTSCHREITENDE ERWÄRMUNG DURCH DEN MENSCHENGEMACHTEN KLIMAWANDEL MIT DEM NATÜRLICHEN KLIMAPHÄNOMEN EL NIÑO ZUSAMMENKOMMT, WIRD DIESES JAHR BESONDERS DEUTLICH. DIE GLOBALE TEMPERATUREN SPRINGEN AUF NEUE REKORDWERTE: GLOBAL DER WÄRMSTE SOMMER UND UNTER UMSTÄNDEN DAS WÄRMSTE JAHR SEIT 1880. DABEI ZEIGT SICH DAS WETTER MIT ZAHLREICHEN DÜRREN UND ÜBERSCHWEMMUNGEN HÄUFIG VON SEINER EXTREMEN SEITE.

In Deutschland erlebten die Menschen einen Sommer der Gegensätze, die allerdings weniger im Zusammenhang mit El Niño stehen. In Deutschland und Mitteleuropa war der Sommer 2016, verglichen mit der internationalen Referenzperiode 1961-1990, zwar nur geringfügig zu warm. Auch die durchschnittlichen Niederschlagssummen waren im Land unauffällig. Aber: im Frühsommer entfalteten vor allem im Süden und im Westen Deutschlands lokale Starkregenereignisse eine Zerstörungswucht, die kaum für möglich gehalten wurde. Bei heftigen Gewittern fielen gebietsweise extreme Regenmengen mit teilweise katastrophalen Folgen, wie zum Beispiel im bayrischen Simbach mit 180 Liter pro Quadratmeter innerhalb von nur 48 Stunden. Verantwortlich hierfür war die außergewöhnlich langanhaltende Großwetterlage „Tief Mitteleuropa“. Diese Wetterlage [1] herrschte zwischen Ende Mai und Anfang Juni an 10 von 14 Tagen, und – was noch außergewöhnlicher ist – an sieben aufeinanderfolgenden Tagen.

Dr. Paul Becker, Vizepräsident des Deutschen Wetterdienstes: „Die Projektionen von Klimamodellen lassen eine Zunahme solcher starkregenauslösenden Wetterlagen für die Zukunft vermuten. Die erlebten Sturzfluten können ein Vorgeschmack auf die Sommer in einer zukünftigen wärmeren Welt sein. Und mehr noch: Sie können an jedem Ort in Deutschland eintreten. Darauf müssen wir uns mit noch besseren Wettervorhersagen, mehr Eigenvorsorge der Bürger und einer neuen Kultur im Umgang mit Naturgefahren vorbereiten.“

Die Vulnerabilitätsanalyse [2] der Bundesregierung vom vergangenen Jahr setzt auf diesem Wissen auf und wird – leider – durch die diesjährigen Starkregenereignisse bestätigt. Der Aktionsplan Anpassung II des Fortschrittsberichts zur Deutschen Anpassungsstrategie [3] an den Klimawandel [4] leitet daraus konkrete Vorschläge ab, wie sich Deutschland auf solche Extreme besser einstellen kann. Genauso wichtig bleiben die Aufgaben des Klimaschutzes, um die Anforderungen an Anpassungsmaßnahmen nicht ins Unrealistische zu treiben.

Maria Krautzberger, Präsidentin des Umweltbundesamtes: „Der Sommer 2016 hat gezeigt: die Anpassung an den Klimawandel [5] wird immer wichtiger. Das Umweltbundesamt hat vor wenigen Wochen vorbildliche Anpassungsmaßnahmen vor Ort – unter anderem zur Vorsorge für Starkregen [6] – mit dem Blauen Kompass des Umweltbundesamtes ausgezeichnet. Ziel ist, dass die Folgen des Klimawandels bereits bei der Stadtplanung stärker berücksichtigt werden. Das heißt zum Beispiel, Städte so zu gestalten, dass Wasser ohne Schäden abfließen kann – sei es über begrünte Dächer oder öffentliche Plätze, die kurzfristig geflutet werden können. Die zurückliegenden Ereignisse zeigen auch, wie wichtig die Doppelstrategie in der Klimapolitik ist: Übergreifende Klimaschutzmaßnahmen, um die Ursachen des Klimawandels zu bekämpfen und die Ziele, die in Paris vereinbart wurden, zu erreichen. Und Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an den nicht mehr vermeidbaren Klimawandel – dessen Folgen wir heute schon erleben.“

Hochaufgelöste Risikokarten für extreme Niederschläge helfen bei Starkregen, die richtigen Maßnahmen zu ergreifen. Die Starkregenkartierung Deutschlands steht allerdings erst am Anfang. Die Stadt Unna ist eine der wenigen Städte, die bereits über eine solche Starkregengefahrenkarte verfügt. Sie zeigt die Fließwege und Überflutungen, die durch sehr intensiven Regen entstehen. Die Informationen schaffen die Basis für sinnvolle eigene Vorsorgemaßnahmen, wie beispielsweise eine bessere Kellerabdichtung.

Neben der besseren Warnung der Bevölkerung und der Stärkung der Eigenvorsorge ist die Prävention der dritte wesentliche Faktor im Anpassungsprozess. So kann eine wassersensible Stadtentwicklung bewusst Zwischenspeicher für plötzlich auftretende Wassermassen einplanen oder durch entsiegelte Freiflächen die Versickerung von Regenwasser fördern. Eine solche „Schwammstadt“ beugt Sturzfluten oder Überschwemmungen vor. Ein Beispiel dafür ist die Hamburger Gründachstrategie: Gründächer verzögern den Abfluss von Regenwasser und tragen dazu bei, den Stadtklimaeffekt zu verringern.

All diese Maßnahmen vermindern nicht nur klimabedingte Risiken. Sie haben auch viele weitere positive Effekte für Gesellschaft und Umwelt. Dazu
zählen ein gesünderes Stadtklima, mehr Artenvielfalt und eine insgesamt höhere Lebensqualität. Auch wenn die Sturzfluten ausbleiben, wird ein
solcher Umbau von den Bürgern nicht bedauert werden, eine doppelte „No-regret-Maßnahme“ eben.

WEITERE INFORMATIONEN:

Bei Rückfragen wenden Sie sich bitte an
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Bundesbehörden. Das DKK steht für wissenschaftsbasierte Politikberatung,
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Expertensicht.

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Kellerabdichtung? Die Leute werden keine Keller mehr bauen, sondern große Haufen Schutt auftürmen, auf die sie ihre Häuser setzen.

Schutt gibt es mehr als genug. Ordentlich verdichtet ist er sicherer als weiche Erde, die vom Wasser leicht weggespült werden kann. Eine "Kaimauer" als weiterer Schutz, besonders in höheren Lagen als im flachen Land, wird ebenfalls nicht zu vermeiden sein. "Leben auf der Hallig", aber nicht im Wattenmehr, sondern im tiefsten Binnenland, das ist die Zukunft. Frühere Epochen haben dem nicht unähnlich gelebt. Die hatten ihre Burgen auch nicht in der Senke, sondern AUF dem Berg. Die alten Burgen werden eine neue Blüte erleben. Wurden sie bisher nur schwer an den Mann gebracht wegen der hohen Restaurierungs- und Unterhaltskosten, wird sich dies nun ändern. Allerdings nicht für den Betrieb durch nur eine Familie, sondern durch Clans und reiche Wohngemeinschaften. Noblesse oblige. Und Sicherheit.

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