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Mondstein

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Nikolaus Klehr und die Bahamas-Connection
« on: September 04, 2008, 02:22:34 PM »

ama, guck:

http://www.auravia.com/23.html


[Titel wegen der sehr ergiebigen Rechercheergebnisse geändert, ama]
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ama

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Diesmal nicht Panama, diesmal Bahamas
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2008, 08:02:41 AM »

Die Beweismittelsicherung hat zugeschlagen.

http://www.auravia.com/11.html
http://www.eureas.de/
http://www.aimk.de/
http://www.vitatrend.eu/


http://www.vitatrend.eu/03209b99660e93e25.html

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Impressum
VitaTREND Limited
Geschäftsleitung:
AuraViA Holding S.A.
The Mall
Geschäftssitz: Lucayan Yacht Residence
Freeport Grand Bahama
Bahamas
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http://www.auravia.com/18.html

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Startseite
Geschäftsgegenstand
Sitz der Gesellschaft
Geschäftsleitung
Advisory Board
Konzernstruktur
AuraViA Deutschland AG
AIMK-Stiftung
Eureas Ltd.
Vitatrend Ltd.
AuraViA Lettland
AuraViA Somalia
AuraViA Cameroon
AuraViA Kenia
Kooperationen
Geschäftsfelder
Clinitels
Kontakt
Hinweis
Impressum
AuraViA Holding
AuraViA Cameroon
Produkte
In Cameroon werden die folgenden Produkte angeboten, die in einiger anderen Ländern wegen ihrer hohen Wirksamheit nur mit einer Medikamentenzulassung in Verkehr gebracht werden dürften, obwohl sie sich aus rein natürlichen Pflanzenextrakten zusammensetzen. Dort wurde das Vorgängerprodukt Aurea Cento 100 an der Universität Yarunde getestet und die Wirksankeit als das Immunsystem verbesserndes Mittel festgestellt. Die verbesserten Nachfolgeprodukte sind:

Aurea Cento Life AS
Aurea Cento Viva
Prometra

Die Auravia Cameroon liefert durch Ihre enge Verbindung zur PROMETRA, der Vereinigung der Naturheiler Afrikas, schwer erhältliche Rohstoffe für Präventivprodukte und Medikamente, wie z.B. Cancerbush, Hoodia gordonii, etc.

Dr. Edward Fai Fominyen,
Präsident der Prometra Cameroon und Direktor der AURAVIA Cameroon in traditioneller Kleidung auf dem
Prometra Kongress

AuraViA Holding S.A.
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http://www.auravia.com/7.html

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Impressum
AuraViA Holding S.A.
The Mall
Geschäftssitz: Lucayan Yacht Residence
Freeport
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Bahamas
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pordi

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Dr. Klehr ist Member of Advisory Board der AuraViA
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2011, 09:42:15 PM »

War verschwunden. Doch noch gefunden:

http://www.auravia.com/23.html

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Geschäftsgegenstand
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Geschäftsleitung
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Konzernstruktur
Kooperationen
IAT- Klinik
Dr. Klehr
Geschäftsfelder
Clinitels
Kontakt
Hinweis
Impressum
AuraViA Holding


Dr. Klehr

Dr. Klehr ist Member of Advisory Board der AuraViA und betreibt ein eigenes Institut für Immunologie und Zellbiologie. Bei ihm ist eine erfolgreiche Eigenblutzytokine Therapie, ein Patent Dr. Klehrs, in Deutschland möglich. Diese Methode wird in den Clinitels der AURAVIA angeboten werden. Zur Zeit, also vor Fertigstellung des ersten AuraViA-Clinitels (siehe hierzu weiter unten), ist eine Behandlung direkt bei Dr. Klehr in München und Salzburg möglich.

Bei Anfragen bitte hier klicken
http://vitatrend.eu/tinc?key=AlhjYffD

Unter der maßgeblichen Leitung von Herrn Dr. Klehr sollen von der AuraViA sog. Clinitels errichtet und betrieben werden.

Siehe hierzu unter Clinitels

Zur Förderung des ganzheitlichen Heilungsprozesses ist der Bau und Betrieb von Klinik-Hotels – sog. „Clinitels“ geplant

Die AURAVIA- Gruppe beabsichtigt ebenfalls kurzfristig die Errichtung von modernen Kliniken, mit 4 bis 5-Sterne-Hotel-Charakter, für integrative Medizin und alternative Behandlung nach neuesten wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnissen. Diese Hotelklinken sollen unter der Bezeichnung Clinitel den Wohlfühleffekt eines gastfreundlichen Hotels****-* mit der gesundheitsfördernden Behandlung einer Klink verbinden, um die Gesamtheit, Körper – Seele – Geist, in den Heilungsprozess einzubinden. Hier ist insbesondere auch die Nutzung der „Clinitels“ von Patienten mit Krebsdiagnose geplant, die eine Behandlung nach der IAT – Methode oder der Eigenblutzytokine-Therapie nach Dr. Klehr und weiteren erfolgreichen komplementären Behandlungen durchführen wollen.
Anfragen für die Erstellung von „Clinitels“ der AURAVIA – Gruppe wurden bereits von Kooperationspartnern in der Türkei, Syrien und Saudi-Arabien gestellt.

Ein erstes Clinitel ist am Stammsitz der AURAVIA Holding S.A., auf der im Konzernverbund befindlichen Laguneninsel „Isle of Lucaya“ geplant. Vorhandene Gebäude, wie abgebildet, sollen in das
Clinitel - Projekt integriert werden. Aus- und Umbaumaßnahmen waren bereits begonnen, als das Anwesen durch mehrere Hurricanes, insbesondere Katrina, stark beschädigt wurde.


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Moses2

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Nikolaus Walther Klehr, die Bahamas und eine Briefkastenadresse
« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2011, 08:16:05 PM »

Auravia und die Bahamas, das könnte jetzt fetzen.

http://ww2.bafin.de/database/VPInfo/suche.do?bereich=2&nameEmittent=A&d-4000784-p=3
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AURAVIA Deutschland AG
http://ww2.bafin.de/database/VPInfo/emittenten.do?id=603137&bereich=2&cmd=zeigeProspekteZuEmittent

Auravia Holding S.A. Lucayan Yacht Residence Freeport
http://ww2.bafin.de/database/VPInfo/emittenten.do?id=603086&bereich=2&cmd=zeigeProspekteZuEmittent
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http://ww2.bafin.de/database/VPInfo/prospekt.do?details=true&id=6454&bereich=2&cmd=zeigeProspektEmittentenSuche
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Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht

Verbrauchertelefon
0228 299 70 299
Mo. - Fr. 08:00 - 18:00 Uhr
(0,14 €/Min., abweichende Preise aus den Mobilfunknetzen möglich)

ProspektVVP (alt):   Stückaktien / WKN: 720560 / ISIN: DE0007205601
Emittent:   AURAVIA Deutschland AG
   Römerstr. 85
   50996 Köln
Anbieter:   H-V-V GmbH
   Römerstr. 85
   50996 Köln
Notifizierung aus:   
Datum VVP (alt):   16.11.2004
Veröffentlichung in:   Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Datum der Veröffentlichung:   19.11.2004
Öffentliches Angebot:   19.11.2004
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http://ww2.bafin.de/database/VPInfo/emittenten.do?id=603086&bereich=2&cmd=zeigeProspekteZuEmittent

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Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht

Auravia Holding S.A. Lucayan Yacht Residence Freeport
Chancery House, P.O.Box: F-42578, The Mall
Freeport,Grand Bahamas
Bahamas Emissionstitel / WKN / ISIN   Prospektart   Datum des Prospekts   Anbieter
 Vorzugsaktien    VVP (alt)   01.07.2004   Auravia Holding S.A. Lucayan Yacht Residence Freeport
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http://ww2.bafin.de/database/VPInfo/prospekt.do?details=true&id=6067&bereich=2&cmd=zeigeProspektEmittentenSuche

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ProspektVVP (alt):   Vorzugsaktien
Emittent:   Auravia Holding S.A. Lucayan Yacht Residence Freeport
   Chancery House, P.O.Box: F-42578, The Mall
   Freeport,Grand Bahamas
Anbieter:   Auravia Holding S.A. Lucayan Yacht Residence Freeport
   Chancery House, P.O.Box: F-42578, The Mall
   Freeport,Grand Bahamas
Notifizierung aus:   
Datum VVP (alt):   01.07.2004
Veröffentlichung in:   Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Datum der Veröffentlichung:   19.11.2004
Öffentliches Angebot:   21.11.2004
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Die Suche nach der Postanschrift "P.O. Box F-42578" offenbart, daß es sich um eine Breifkastenadresse handelt:

http://www.google.com/search?q=%22P.O.Box:+F-42578%22&num=100&hl=en&lr=&prmd=ivns&filter=0

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Bahamas / Grand Bahama
P.O. Box F-42578. Grand Bahama, Bahamas No. of Rooms: 35. General Manager: Yvette Smith-Rolle Phone: 242-373-1271. Fax: 242-373-1275. New Victoria Inn ...
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Attorney Service
P. O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas Tel: 242-352-8134. Fax: 242- 352-5687. E-Mail: dulaw@dulawfpcom. Bayshore Realty Limited P. O. Box F-44704 ...
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Attorneys in Bahamas
Chancery House The Mall P O Box F 42578. Freeport, BS. Wallace Whitfield & Co. 352-8156. Logwood Rd P O Box F 42535. Freeport, BS. Davis & Co. 352-8311 ...
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attorneys in Bahamas
Chancery House The Mall P O Box F 42578. Freeport, BS. Wallace Whitfield & Co. 352-8156. Logwood Rd P O Box F 42535. Freeport, BS. Davis & Co. 352-8311 ...
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Lawyers Bahamas - Attorneys and Law Firms
Address : Chancery House, The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578, Freeport, Bahamas Phone No . : +242-352-8134; 5. Fax : +242-352-5687 ...
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tainomusicproductions.com
PO Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama Island 00000. BS Status: Locked Name Servers: dns1.name-services.com dns2.name-services.com dns3.name-services.com ...
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Trademark information for SUNRUNNER from CTM - by Markify
27 Sep 2002 ... QUIL-CON LTD P.O. Box F-42578 Freeport, Grand Bahama Island LAS BAHAMAS. Telephone: 00 1242-3752466. Fax: N/A. Representative ...
www.markify.com/trademarks/ctm/sunrunner/002869618 - Cached
EPGriffn International a pharmaceutical products and services company.
PO Box F-42578. Chambers Chancery House The mall. Freeport, Grand Bahama The Bahamas. Phone: 41 (22) 534 98 96. info@epgriffin.com ...
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Contact - E.P. Griffin International
PO Box F-42578. Chambers Chancery House The mall. Freeport, Grand Bahama The Bahamas. Phone: 41 (22) 534 98 96. info@epgriffin.com ...
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E.P. Griffin International
PO Box F-42578. Chambers Chancery House The mall. Freeport, Grand Bahama The Bahamas. Phone: 41 (22) 534 98 96. info@epgriffin.com ...
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Venture Capital
PO Box F-42578. Chambers Chancery House The mall. Freeport, Grand Bahama The Bahamas. Phone: 41 (22) 534 98 96. info@epgriffin.com ...
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Charity Foundation
PO Box F-42578. Chambers Chancery House The mall. Freeport, Grand Bahama The Bahamas. Phone: 41 (22) 534 98 96. info@epgriffin.com ...
www.epgriffin.com/html/charity_foundation.html - Cached
Pharmaceuticals
PO Box F-42578. Chambers Chancery House The mall. Freeport, Grand Bahama The Bahamas. Phone: 41 (22) 534 98 96. info@epgriffin.com ...
www.epgriffin.com/html/pharmaceuticals.html - Cached
Pharma Consulting
PO Box F-42578. Chambers Chancery House The mall. Freeport, Grand Bahama The Bahamas. Phone: 41 (22) 534 98 96. info@epgriffin.com ...
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Dupuch and Turnquest and Co. - Law Firm in Freeport, Bahamas ...
Address. Chancery House The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport Bahamas .... Chancery House The West Mall Drive P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport Bahamas ...
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Terence R.H. Gape - Lawyer in Freeport, Bahamas - Lawyers.com
Address. Chancery House The West Mall Drive P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport Bahamas ... Chancery House The West Mall Drive P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport Bahamas ...
www.lawyers.com/Bahamas/.../Terence-R-H-Gape-2070018-a.html - Cached
Neville B. Wilchcombe, II - Lawyer in Freeport, Bahamas - Lawyers.com
Address. Chancery House The West Mall Drive P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport Bahamas ... Chancery House The West Mall Drive P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport Bahamas ...
www.lawyers.com/Bahamas/.../Neville-B-Wilchcombe-II-2634353-a.html
[PPT] Best Prospects in The Bahamas - Home -- US Commercial Service Your ...
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P.O. Box F-42578. Chancery House, The Mall Drive Freeport, Grand Bahama Island Tel# 1(242) 352-8134. Fax# 1(242) 351-6030. Thomas.Dean@dulawfp.com ...
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Dupuch & Turnquest & Co. - Freeport, Bahamas Office Profile on ...
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas Telephone: +242-352-8134. Fax: +242-352-5687 http://www.dupuchturnquest.com ...
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Thomas T. Dean, Esq. Lawyer Profile on Martindale.com
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas. Telephone: +1 (242) 352-8134. Fax: +1 (242) 351-6030 ...
www.martindale.com/Thomas-T-Dean-Esq/41439972-lawyer.htm - Cached
Terence R.H. Gape Lawyer Profile on Martindale.com
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas. Telephone: +242-352-8134. Fax: +242-352-5687 http://www.dupuchturnquest.com ...
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Neville B. Wilchcombe, II Lawyer Profile on Martindale.com
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas. Telephone: +242-352-8134. Fax: +242-352-5687 http://www.dupuchturnquest.com ...
www.martindale.com/Neville-B-Wilchcombe.../2634353-lawyer.htm - Cached
Dupuch & Turnquest & Co. - Freeport, Bahamas Office Profile on ...
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas Telephone: +242-352-8134. Fax: +242-352-5687 http://www.dupuchturnquest.com ...
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[PDF] SECURITIES COMMISSION OF THE BAHAMAS FINANCIAL AND CORPORATE ...
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28 Jan 2011 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP-%20Jan.%2028,%202011%20(Final).pdf
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22 Dec 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351-6030. Chancery House. The Mall. P.O. Box F-42578 ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP-%20Dec.%2022,%202010.pdf
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15 Nov 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP-%20Nov.%2015,%202010.pdf
SECURITIES COMMISSION OF THE BAHAMAS FINANCIAL AND CORPORATE ...
11 Mar 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20Renewals%20for%202008%20- %20updated%20list%20Mar%2011%202008.1.pdf
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10 Apr 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20Renewals%20for%202008%20- %20April%2010%202008.pdf
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8 Mar 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Suite 104A. Saffrey Square. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas. 356-6940 ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP%20-%20%20March%208,%202010.pdf
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The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas. 356-6940 ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20Renewals%20for%202008%20- %20Sept%2012,%202008.pdf
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15 Feb 2010 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918 ...
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29 Apr 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas ...
scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP%20-%20%20April%2029,%202010.pdf
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23 Mar 2010 ... The Mall. P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351- 6030. Chancery House. The Mall. P.O. Box F-42578 ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP%20-%20%20March%2023,%202010%20(1).pdf
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14 May 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351- 6030 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20Renewals%20for%202008%20- %20May%2014%20%202008.pdf
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23 Jun 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. BURNETT CORPORATE SERVICES LTD. 9 Dunmore Lane. P.O. Box N-10620. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20June%2012%202009%20(06-23- 09)%20(Updated).pdf
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P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas. 322-4782 ...
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20 Oct 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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11 Aug 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20Renewals%20for%202008%20- %20August%2010,%202008.pdf
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2 Feb 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20Renewals%20for%202008%20- %20Feb%202,%202009.pdf - Similar
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The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351- 6030. Chancery House. The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama ...
www.scb.gov.bs/.../FCSP%20-%20Renewals%20for%202008%20- %20May%2022%20%202008.pdf
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12 Oct 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP%20-%20October%2012,%202010.pdf
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P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas. 322-4782 ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP%20-%20August%2013,%202010.pdf
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17 Sep 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas ...
www.scb.gov.bs/pdf/FCSP%20-%20September%2017,%202010.pdf
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23 Jun 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. BURNETT CORPORATE SERVICES LTD. 9 Dunmore Lane. P.O. Box N-10620. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas. 322-4782 ...
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25 Aug 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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15 Sep 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351- 6030. Chancery House. The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama ...
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27 May 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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5 Jun 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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16 Jun 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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17 May 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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1 Jun 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351-6030. Chancery House. The Mall. P.O. Box F-42578 ...
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4 Jan 2010 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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15 Aug 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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25 Aug 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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1 Sep 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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12 Nov 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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23 Oct 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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14 Dec 2010 ... P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. DAWSON ROBERTS & COMPANY. Magna Carta Court. Parliament Street. P.O. Box N-918. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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29 Nov 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351- 6030 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama ...
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19 Dec 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687. 351- 6030 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama ...
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9 Jan 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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11 Mar 2009 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES. Saffrey Square. Suite 104A. P.O. Box N-9306. Nassau, Bahamas ...
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22 Feb 2008 ... The Mall, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Grand Bahama. 352-8134 / 5. 352-5687, 351- . 6030 dulaw@coralwave.com. E. P. TOOTHE & ASSOCIATES ...
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18 Mar 2003 ... Residence or business address: PO Box F 42578 Chancery House, The Mall Freeport, Bahamas. (c). Present Principal Occupation or Employment: ...
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Agreement - QUALIBOU ENERGY INC - 5-11-2001
11 May 2001 ... I. Introductory Statement 1.1 Seller is a Bahamian corporation located at Chancery House, P.O. Box F-42578, Freeport, Bahamas. ...
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Dupuch & Turnquest & Co. is one of the oldest and most respected Law Firms in The Bahamas. We are a highly successful practice with major strengths in corporate, commercial, property and private client services. We enjoy an International reputation earned over more than Fifty years of practice. One of our founding Partners, Sir Orville A. Turnquest, KCMG, Q.C. has now rejoined the Firm as Consultant Counsel after previously serving as Deputy Prime Minister of The Bahamas and Governor General of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. While we initially made our reputation as leading Litigation Counsel, we have expanded over the past Twenty years and enjoy a considerable commercial practice also offering our Clients complete Probate, Conveyancing and Corporate Services with a clear vision of the future. Our Firm maintains offices in both Freeport and Nassau and its two Senior Partners, Terence R. H. Gape, Esq. and Mrs. Caryl A.E. Lashley, have been in practice for over Thirty years. The Firm's Freeport office has been in existence since 1969 and now has a Staff of Three counsel and Thirteen support staff to meet your individual legal needs. The Firm is constantly adapting to the new demands of business pressures in an ever changing environment. We not only understand what our clients need today but equally as important, what they will need tomorrow.

Not only have we attended to the needs of retail and institutional clients throughout The Bahamas, we have also been pleased to represent the SOUTHERN COMPANY of Atlanta in their major purchase of the Electric Utility in Grand Bahama and The DART CORPORATION in establishment of its Polystyrene facility in Grand Bahama. We have recently represented GROUP VIVENDI in major investment in the Port Area. We are presently representing the GINN DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC in the establishment of a major waterfront and golf course, residential resort on Grand Bahama and ASSOCIATED GROCERS OF FLORIDA INC. in their purchase and establishment of a major transshipment operation next to the Container Port in the Sea/Air Business Centre at Freeport Harbor. We also now represent DEVRY INC. in their establishment ROSS UNIVERSITY in The Bahamas and BLUE WATER VENTURES of Key West, Florida, the largest federally licenced shallow water treasure salvage operator in the United States of America. Additionally, our Firm remains committed to the MEGA-YACHT REGISTRATION initiative being progressed by the Bahamas Maritime Authority and the Government of The Bahamas.

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Maintenance; Management; Banking Law; Bank Formation; Services; Conveyancing Matters; Trusts; Probate; Administration of Estates; Civil Litigation; Labour Law; Admiralty Matters; Licenses; Permits; Contracts; Immigration Matters; Family Law; Notarizations; Authentications; Marine Salvage Rights; Ship Registration; Ship Documentation; Charter Parties; Asset Protection; International Asset Protection; Casinos and Gambling; Agency and Distributorship; Distribution Agreements; International Distribution; General Practice; Foreign Investment; Venture Capital; Investments; Financial Products; Financial Services Law; Private Equity; Real Estate; Condominium Development; Commercial Real Estate Sales; Commercial Real Estate Finance; Commercial Real Estate Development; Commercial Real Estate Conveyancing; Commercial Real Estate Acquisitions; Commercial Real Estate; Condominium Conversions; Condominium Finance; Condominium Law; Conveyancing; Easements; Land Registration; Real Estate Contracts; Real Estate Development; Real Estate Foreclosures; Real Estate Investment; Real Estate Joint Ventures; Real Estate Title; Real Estate Title Insurance; Residential Real Estate; Residential Real Estate Development; Shopping Center Development; Contested Trusts and Estates; Estate Administration; Estate Litigation; Estate Planning; Estate Settlements; Estates; Financial Planning; International Trusts; Offshore Trusts; Personal Planning; Trust Litigation; Trust Law; Trust Planning; Wealth Planning; Zoning, Planning and Land Use; Administrative Land Use; Land Development; Land Use; Land Use Regulation; Subdivisions; Zoning Law; Urban Planning; Civil Liability; Tort Liability; Torts; Alternative Dispute Resolution; International Arbitration; Arbitration; International Dispute Resolution; Mediation; International Mediation; Litigation; Complex and Multi-District Litigation; International Litigation; International Civil Litigation; Complex Litigation; Banks and Banking; Commercial Loans; Exchange Control; Financial Law; Foreign Exchange; International Banking Law; Letters of Credit; Loan Reorganization; Loan Refinancing; Loan Syndication; Loan Workouts; Loans; Offshore Banking; Secured Lending; Security Enforcement; Personal Property Security; Repossessions; Investment Banking; International Loans; Bills of Exchange; Corporate Law; Closely Held Corporations; Corporate Banking Law; Corporate Commercial Law; Corporate Contracts; Corporate Dissolutions; Corporate Ethics; Corporate Fiduciary Law; Corporate Finance; Corporate Formation; Corporate Governance; Corporate Litigation; Corporate Partnerships; Corporate Planning; Incorporation; Offshore Corporations; Professional Corporations; Nonprofit Corporations; Small Business Corporations.

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Dupuch & Turnquest & Co. is one of the oldest and most respected Law Firms in The Bahamas. We are a highly successful practice with major strengths in corporate, commercial, property and private client services. We enjoy an International reputation earned over more than Fifty years of commercial practice. One of our founding Partners, Sir Orville A. Turnquest, KCMG, Q.C. has now rejoined the Firm as Consultant Counsel after previously serving as Deputy Prime Minister of The Bahamas and Governor General of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

While we initially made our reputation as leading Litigation Counsel, we have expanded over the past Twenty years and enjoy a considerable commercial practice also offering our Clients complete Probate, Conveyancing and Corporate Services with a clear vision of the future. Our Firm maintains offices in both Freeport and Nassau and its two Senior Partners, Terence R. H. Gape, Esq. and Mrs. Caryl A.E. Lashley, have been in practice for over Thirty years.

The Firm’s Freeport office has been in existence since 1969 and now has a Staff of Three counsel and Twelve support staff to meet your individual legal needs.
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Mr. Gape was called to the Bahamas Bar in November 1972 when he joined the Firm of Dupuch & Turnquest of which he is now Senior Partner and head of its Freeport Chambers.

Mr. Gape has distinguished himself as a leading Counsel in commercial matters representing such Firms as: The Southern Company, The Dart Corporation, Group Vivendi, the Ginn Company, Associated Grocers Inc. and DeVry University in their major Investments in Grand Bahama
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« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2011, 10:56:19 PM »

Während die Adreßangaben der beiden Auravia-Firmen vorsichtig gesagt sehr undeutlich sind, ist die Anschrift der Advokaten, Notare und Gschäfterlmacher auf den Bahamas präziser:

http://www.dupuchturnquest.com/index.php

"Freeport Chambers":

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Chancery House, Suite 2
The Mall Drive,
Freeport, Grand Bahama
The Bahamas

t. (242) 352.813(4-6)
fx. (242) 352.5687
dulaw@dupuchturnquest.com


Nassau Chambers

308 Bay Street
East Bay Street
P.O. Box N-8181
Nassau, New Providence
The Bahamas

t. (242) 393.8124
fx. (242) 393.6807
dulaw@dupuchturnquest.com
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"Freeport Chambers":





"Freeport Chambers":
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The "Freeport Chambers", das ist der Herrensitz in der Ecke zwischen Eastern Mall Drive und Explorer's Way. In der Website der Herren ist eine kleine Landkarte, die sich samt Satellitenbild zoomen läßt. In der Aufsicht erkennt man am Haus zwei Vorsprünge: den rechteckigen Haupteingang und ein rundes Vordach über einem weiteren Eingang.

Das gleiche Gebäude in einem Foto bei Auravia Holding:



http://www.auravia.com/resources/Sitz+President.jpg


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« Reply #7 on: February 24, 2011, 11:22:26 PM »

In der Selbstdarstellung der AuraViA Holding wird geprotzt:

http://www.auravia.com/3.html

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AuraViA Holding

Geschäftsleitung

Die Organe der Gesellschaft sind namhafte Personen mit internationaler Erfahrung in der Führung eines Unternehmens, sowie der Beurteilung in rechtlicher Hinsicht.

Der President

Der President, Herr Terence R.H. Gape, Rechtsanwalt und Notar, Seniorpartner der renomierten Anwaltskanzlei DUPUCH & TURNQUEST & CO repräsentiert die Gesellschaft und berät die Gesellschaft in allen Fragen des englischen und internationalen Rechts. Mitinhaber der Kanzlei ist Sir Turnquest, früher General-Staatsanwalt, Aussenminister und Vice-Primeminister. Sir Turnquest vertrat als Gouverneur die englische Krone auf den Bahamas.

Hier der Sitz des Presidenten:



http://www.auravia.com/resources/Sitz+President.jpg

Der Vice President

Der Vice President, Herr Gerald Sonnabend ist Rechtsanwalt.  Er hat in verschiedenen Gesellschaften Funktionen, als Geschäftsführer oder Aufsichtsrat., so auch in der AURAVIA DEUTSCHLAND AG (Deutschland). Herr Sonnabend war lange Jahre tätig in einer großen deutschen börsennotierten Aktiengesellschaft mit Umsätzen im € Milliardenbereich, wo er Vorstandsmitglied war. Hier leitete er als Geschäftsführer auch Tochterunternehmen einer deutschen Großbank. Herr Sonnabend wohnt in Deutschland.


Der Chief Executive Officer = C.E.O.

Der C.E.O. (Chief Executive Officer) Chairman of the Board und Director, Herr Ulrich H. Hustert, vertritt die Gesellschaft im operativen internationalen Bereich. Er ist auch stellvertretender Aufsichtsratsvorsitzender der AURAVIA AG (Deutschland). Herr Hustert leitete nach dem Verkauf seiner Sicherheitsunternehmensgruppe einige Unternehmen im internationalen Bereich. Ende der 80er Jahre gründete er im Rahmen seiner diplomatischen Tätigkeit für einen afrikanischen Staat eine private Hilfsorganisation, welche afrikanische Länder mit medizinischen und humanitären Hilfsgütern versorgte. Herr Hustert hat langjährige Erfahrung im Afrikanischen und Amerikanischem Raum, sowie hochrangige Regierungskontakte in verschiedenen Ländern. Der Lebensschwerpunkt von Herrn Hustert befindet sich seit 2003 u.a. am Sitz der Gesellschaft in Freeport, Lucyan Yacht Residence.

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Wenn ich es recht sehe, so scheint die Firma DUPUCH & TURNQUEST & CO des honorigen Herr Gape außer den honorigen Dingen der honorigen britischen Krone auch die Kronjuwelen mindestens eines Dutzends Pornofirmen zu vertreten, die Google alle unter der gleichen Adresse findet.


In der Beschreibung der AuraViA Holding heißt es über den Firmensitz der Holding auf den Bahamas:

http://www.auravia.com/5.html

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Sitz der Gesellschaft

Der Sitz der Muttergesellschaft, AURAVIA HOLDING S.A, befindet sich seit April 1999 in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas. Die AVA-Aktiengesellschaft residiert auf einer im Eigentum des Konzernverbundes befindlichen Laguneninsel in bester Lage von Freeport. Isle of Lucaya, Lucayan Yacht Residence, Nr. 6

Eingang zur Laguneninsel

Der Sitz der Gesellschaft AURAVIA S.A. befindet sich an einem Ort mit vielen Vorteilen, wie:
- Politische Sicherheit und Stabilität durch eine parlamentarische Demokratie seit  seit 1728
- Die Freihandelszone mit Steuerbefreiung hier ansässiger Firmen
- Das NAFTA–Abkommen - zollfreier Zugang zur weltgrößten Freihandelszone mit USA,
  Cananda und Mexico
- Das LOME-Abkommen, welches einen zoll- und steuerbegünstigten Zugang in die
  Europäische Union (EU), sowie zu den African-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP)-Staaten ermöglicht.
- Liberale Gesetzgebung im Medizin- und Pharmabereich, welche Produktion und Einsatz
  von natürlichen Heilmitteln und speziellen Heilmethoden begünstigt.

Die AURAVIA HOLDING S.A. nutzt diese Möglichkeiten, um aus dem internationalen Aufbau ihrer Firmenstruktur den größtmöglichen Nutzen für ihre Aktionäre zu erzielen.

Appartments und Offices auf der Insel

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Die "Isle of Lucaya, Lucayan Yacht Residence, Nr. 6" mag Google Maps nicht finden und streikt selbst bei "Isle of Lucaya".

Die Beschreibung ist ein Loblied auf Steueroase und Verschleierung. Nicht umsonst haben die die Pornofirmen dort niedergelassen...

Und die Beschreibung sagt deutlich:

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- Das LOME-Abkommen, welches einen zoll- und steuerbegünstigten Zugang in die
  Europäische Union (EU), sowie zu den African-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP)-Staaten ermöglicht.

- Liberale Gesetzgebung im Medizin- und Pharmabereich, welche Produktion und Einsatz
  von natürlichen Heilmitteln und speziellen Heilmethoden begünstigt.

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Warentransfer und Geldtransfer mit/zwischen Staaten, mit denen von Deutschland aus schwer Handel zu treiben ist wegen deutscher/europäischer Bestimmungen, lassen sich von den Bahamas aus leicht abwickeln.

Besonderes Interesse dürfte vor allem auch der Punkt "Produktion und Einsatz von Medikamenten und Heilmethoden" haben.

Während die europäischen Staaten strikter sind und die Kranken schützen, sind Kranke in Afrika  Freiwild für Ausbeuter, Abzocker und Parasiten. Was liegt näher für diese Szene als sich in diesen Staaten Afrikas und auf den Bahamas niederzulassen? Vor allem die Bahamas mit ihrem hohen Freizeitwert dürften für begüterte Patienten eine gute Anlegestelle sein, sowohl einen Urlaub zu verbringen als auch sich von Scharlatan Dr. X. behandeln zu lassen. Selbst ein so kleines Licht wie ein Lübecker Heilpraktiker empfahl seinen Kunden, sich für die Behandlung ins Ausland zu begeben, da er sie in Deutschland nicht behandeln dürfe.
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« Reply #8 on: February 24, 2011, 11:55:54 PM »

Wie sehr die Firma im Illegalen fischt, sieht man an folgendem:

http://www.auravia.com/21.html

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Kooperationen

Das Ziel der Unternehmsgruppe wird nicht nur durch eigene Aktivitäten verfolgt, sondern es kommen verschiedene Kooperationen hinzu. So wird gleichzeitig die Philosophie des Unternehmens der Kooperation und Ergänzung ausgeprägt.

Die folgenden Kooperationen wurden begründet:

IAT-Klinik - Freeport

Die AuraVia Holding hat eine Zusammenarbeit mit der IAT Klinik in Freeport, Grand Bahama vereinbart. Das dort angewandte Heilverfahren bei Krebs ist das IAT- Therapieverfahren bei verschiedenen Krebsarten.


Näheres finden Sie hier.
http://www.auravia.com/21.html

Panaceo - Österreich
Mit der Fa. Panaceo in Kärnten (Österreich) wurde eine Vertriebskooperation abgeschlossen.

Riga - Lettland
Führende Wissenschaftler der Universität in Riga entwickeln Produkte für die AuraViA.

Näheres finden Sie hier.
http://www.auravia.com/21.html#

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Hier ist die IAT-Therapie näher beschrieben:

http://www.auravia.com/21.html

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IAT-Klinik


Die AuraVia Holding hat eine Zusammenarbeit mit der IAT Klinik in Freeport, Grand Bahama vereinbart. Das dort angewandte Heilverfahren bei Krebs soll hier vorgestellt werden:
IAT- Erprobtes Therapieverfahren bei verschiedenen Krebsarten

1955 begann Dr. Burton mit der Krebsforschung an der New York University. Er entwickelte ein Serum welches das körpereigene Immunsystem des Erkrankten stabilisiert und das Wachstum des Tumors reduziert, respektive verhindert. Er erhielt für dieses Serum, welches die Grundlage des heutigen IAT (Immuno Augmentive Therapy) - Systems ist, in den 70er Jahren ein US- Patent. 1977 gründete Dr. Burton in Freeport das „Immunology Researching Centre“ als eine „not-for-profit“- Gesellschaft des Commonwealth of the Bahamas und erhielt die Lizenz Patienten mit Krebs-Diagnose zu behandeln. Dr. R. John Clement ist seit der Gründung mit Dr. Burton im Institut und heute Chefarzt und Leiter des Instituts und der angeschlossenen ITL-Krebsklinik. Das besondere an dem weiterentwickeltem, heute verwendeten ITL- System ist die schonende Behandlung mit „progarammierten Eigenzellen“ in Verbindung mit der Stärkung des Immunsystems. Also, das Gegenteil der zerstörenden Behandlung durch Chemo-Therapie und / oder radioaktive Bestrahlung.
Die Kooperation zwischen der AURAVIA HOLDING S.A. und dem Immunology Research Centre, Institutsleiter Dr. Clement, beinhaltet die Verbreitung über das Wissen dieser einzigartigen Methode auch außerhalb der USA.

„An der ITL Krebsklinik nutzen wir sowohl schulmedizinische als auch alternative Krebsmedizin um den Krebs mit nur wenigen oder gar keinen Nebenwirkungen zu bekämpfen. Der Kern alternativer Krebsmedizin an der ITL ist die Kunst, dass patienteneigene Immunsystem so zu trainieren, dass es das Tumorgewebe erkennt und selbst zerstört. Unser Team aus Ärzten und Wissenschaftlern bietet die wohl ungewöhnlichste Krebsbehandlung an.

Diese alternativen Krebsbehandlungsmethoden sind denen gleich, welche an den führenden Krebsin-stituten experimentell angeboten werden, inklusive des National Institutes of Health, Dana Farber Cancer Center, the Mayo Clinic, M.D. Anderson, and Duke University. Der Hauptunterschied der die ITL zu oben genannten Instituten besteht darin, dass in der ITL Klinik keine Placebos verabreicht werden.

Wir bauen sehr stark auf Krebsimpfstoffe, um das eigene Immunsystem zu stabilisieren und in die Lage zu versetzen die Tumorzellen zu erkennen. Wir verwenden die später beschriebenen Strategien in einem jeweils individuell abgestimmten alternativen Krebsprogramm.

Im folgenden finden Sie die Krebsarten welche erfahrungsgemäß auf diese Immunbehandlung reagieren:

- Blasenkrebs Gehirntumor
- Brustkrebs Cervikaler Krebs
- Magen- und Darmkrebs Kopf- und Halskrebs
- Bösartige Melanome Prostatakrebs
- Nierenkrebs Hautkrebs
- Gebärmutterkrebs Lungenkrebs

Jeder alternative Krebsbehandlungsplan wird individuell auf den Krebspatienten abgestimmt. Zusätz-lich zur Therapie mit „Krebsimpfstoffen“ wird die Angionesehemmung betrieben (neue Blutgefäße welche den Tumor ernähren werden blockiert) Informationsüberbringer helfen den Tumorzellen sich selbst zu zerstören und toxische Helferzellen welche verhindern das normale Zellen entstehen (ge-sunde Zellen) werden zerstört , zusätzlich wird die Foto dynamische Therapie angewendet (ein Farb-stoff welcher aus Chlorophyll gebildet wird sammelt sich in den Krebszellen und unter Einwirkung von Licht wird dieser Farbstoff aktiviert und zerstört sodann den Tumor).
„Schulmedizin gepaart mit alternativen Methoden ist die Chance der Zukunft.“
Die Kooperation zwischen der AURAVIA HOLDING S.A. und dem Immunology Research Centre, Institutsleiter Dr. Clement, beinhaltet die Verbreitung über das Wissen dieser einzigartigen Methode auch außerhalb der USA.


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In seriösen Websites liest man dagegen ganz etwas anderes über die IAT-Therapie, so bei Quackwatch.com. Ich darf das kopieren:

http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Cancer/iat.html

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Quackwatch Home Page ||| Special Message for Cancer Patients

Immuno-Augmentative Therapy (IAT)
Stephen Barrett, M.D.

Immuno-augmentative therapy (IAT) was developed by Lawrence Burton, Ph.D., a zoologist who claimed that it could control all forms of cancer by restoring natural immune defenses. He claimed to accomplish this by injecting blood serum proteins isolated with processes he had patented. However, experts have shown that the substances he claimed to use cannot be produced by these procedures and do not exist in the human body [1]. Burton did not publish detailed clinical reports, divulge the details of his methods, publish meaningful statistics, conduct a controlled trial, or provide independent investigators with specimens of his treatment materials for analysis. During the mid-1980s, several of Burton's patients were reported to have developed serious infections following IAT. Burton died in 1993, but the Bahamian clinic he founded is still operating under the direction of Dr. R. John Clement, a British-trained general practitioner who joined with Burton in 1978. The IAT Web site falsely claims that "IAT may well be the best option available for cancer patients today."
Background

Burton received his Ph.D. in zoology from New York University in 1955. He had no formal graduate training in immunology, oncology, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy. His research began with fruit flies (Drisophila melanogaster) and later included mice. His doctoral dissertation was entitled "Carcinogenic Activity of Larval Donor Extracts in Drosophila." [2] He was a biology research associate at the California Institute of Technology from 1955 to 1957 and at New York University in 1958. From 1959 through 1973, he held various research positions at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City [1].

Although Burton claimed to have been a "senior oncologist" at St. Vincents, hospital documents indicate that only medical doctors were titled "oncologists." His work on fruit flies was also challenged. Burton claimed to have discovered a "tumor induction factor" (TIF) and a naturally occurring TIF inhibitor in fruit flies. Later, in New York, he reported findng the same inhibitor system in mice and concluded that all mammals have it. However, Burton's research was questioned at Cal Tech after someone discovered that the control fruit flies in his experiments had no injection scars, while their experimental animals did, although the research protocol called for injecting controls with an inert material. Burton's supervisor, biology professor Herschel K. Mitchell, Ph.D. -- who had co-authored two papers with Burton -- investigated and concluded that Burton's results were "meaningless." [3] As described by Saul Green, Ph.D., in the Journal of the American Medical Association:

When questions were raised about the research results, Mitchell presented Burton with coded samples and asked him to use his assay to identify those containing purified TIF. Burton could not distinguish between plain buffer solutions and [buffer] solutions containing TIF. Subsequently Mitchell tried to repeat Burton's tumor transmission experiments with Burton's own TIF preparations, but found no difference between control and experimental groups. Consequently, Mitchell concluded that the assay did not work and that Burton had failed to provide evidence that TIF existed in fruit flies. Because the results Burton was reporting from New York were based on the invalidated bioassay, Mitchell asked to be "forgotten" as a collaborator in the work Burton did at the California Institute of Technology [1]

Despite Mitchell's repudiation, Burton applied his theory to the treatment of humans. From 1974 to 1977, he operated as research director at the Immunology Research Foundation in Great Neck, N.Y., which had been established in 1973 with the help of several businessmen. The Foundation's major purpose was "to investigate and stimulate immunological research for the ultimate control of cancer through the victim's own defense system." [4] Treatment using Burton's methods was administered by affiliated physicians [5]. In December 1974, the foundation submitted an investigational new drug (IND) application to the FDA, seeking to initiate human trials using IAT with Burton as the principal investigator. According to the FDA, subsequent questions about the research were not fully answered. Instead, Burton asked that his application be withdrawn, and the National Institutes of Health placed it in an "inactive" file in March 1976 [6]. Although IND numbers are assigned for identification only, a foundation brochure claimed that the FDA had "awarded an IND number toward the furtherance of the Foundation's goals" and that "having been granted the identifying number, certain clinical trials may be begun on a very limited experimental basis."

In 1977, Burton left the United States and opened the Immunology Researching Centre, Ltd., in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas. Literature from the center described it as a nonprofit corporation. In 1978, representatives of the Bahamian Ministry of Health and the Pan American Health Organization (one of whom was a National Cancer Institute official) visited the facility and reviewed 49 charts that the center's staff considered to represent encouraging results. The report concluded that there was no objective evidence that IAT was beneficial and recommended that the facility be closed [7]. However, except for a seven-month period beginning in July 1985, the Bahamian government has permitted the clinic to remain open. Another IAT facility licensed by Burton was opened in 1987 in Frankfort, West Germany. A third one, the Immune Therapy Clinic, opened in 1989 in Playas, Mexico, with a promotional office in nearby San Ysidro, California (a suburb of San Diego).

IAT is administered on an outpatient basis. The estimated cost of treatment at the Immunology Research Centre is $7,500 for the first four weeks and $700 a week after that, with an average stay of 12 weeks. After the patients return home, the maintenance program costs $50 per week [8]. I can find no mention of the Mexican or German facilities in any directory or on the Internet, so I suspect they are no longer in business.

During the late 1970s and early 1980s, National Cancer Institute officials communicated with Burton and other interested parties about possible approaches for evaluating his methods. However, no agreement could be reached for collaboration.

In 1980, Burton received an enormous boost when CBS-TV's "60 Minutes" gave him favorable publicity. During the program, a prominent physician stated that one of his patients treated by Burton appeared to have miraculously recovered [9]. The patient died within two weeks after the program was shown [10], but "60 Minutes" never informed viewers of this fact. In 1984, at a Congressional hearing held by Representative Claude Pepper, a pathologist from Alabama described how his father-in-law had been tricked into believing that IAT had cured him:

In 1982, my father-in-law was diagnosed as having unresectable, incurable, widely disseminated cancer of the lung, and advised that essentially his condition was terminal. As could be expected, the family was distraught, and we began to grasp at straws and looking into alternative modes of treatment. . . . Some of the local press carried stories about . . . so-called immuno-augmentative therapy. . . . Soon thereafter he went to the Bahamas to get the treatment.

His main symptom had been pain from the tumor. It had metastasized to the bones. When he went down there, he was told to go off pain medication and to begin the serum injections, and that . . . the serum injections, if they work and dissolve the tumor, will cause pain. So he went down there knowing he had a tumor growing in him and causing him pain, and through a pretty good ploy he came back convinced that the pain he was having was a cure. In addition, he was told the tumor was shrinking. The x-ray film they took was overexposed, which has the technical problem of making masses look smaller than they really are.

Upon his return, I encouraged him to go to Fox Army Hospital and have another chest x-ray made. Several radiologists corroborated that they could see no evidence of any shrinkage in the tumor. I was then faced with the unpleasant task of telling my father-in-law for the second time he was dying.

It was interesting that both he and his wife came back with total euphoria -- that he was cured. They told everyone they saw he was cured. When they realized that they had been fooled, it was really a shock, and, of course one doesn't usually go around telling people you have been fooled.

He died approximately two months after he returned. In addition to the emotional turmoil and being away from the rest of the family for essentially half the remaining life he had, this cost them approximately $10,000, including travel and lodging, for this phony cancer cure [11].

The American Cancer Society's medical library has identified 24 papers written or co-authored by Burton between 1954 and 1969. In 1982, the Society asked him for documentation of his work and references to relevant publications. No reply was received. Burton stated that after papers he wrote between 1964 and 1973 were rejected, he decided he was being "blackballed" and would submit no more papers to major journals [12].

In 1986, U.S. Representative Guy V. Molinari held a public hearing on IAT, after which he and 41 other congressmen signed letters asking the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) to evaluate IAT. Subsequently, Representative John Dingell, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, asked OTA to investigate unconventional cancer treatments with IAT included as a case study. OTA then appointed a working group composed of technical experts and representatives of Burton to design a clinical trial to evaluate IAT. According to OTA's report, a protocol was designed in which colon cancer patients would be treated at an accredited medical center in the U.S. However, communication between Burton and U.S. government authorities broke down after he insisted that a "pre-test" be conducted at his clinic. The OTA report concluded that "no reliable data are available on which to base a determination of IAT's efficacy." [13] In 1991, after an extensive investigation, the American Cancer Society issued a position paper warning that it had "found no evidence that [IAT] was safe or resulted in objective benefit in the treatment of cancer." [14]

IAT has also been promoted by People Against Cancer (PAC), an organization that advocates "medical freedom of choice" and offers literature and counseling about "therapeutic alternatives." The organization's founder and president is Frank Wiewel, of Otho, Iowa, whose father-in-law was a patient of Burton. Regular membership, which costs $35, includes a subscription to Options, a newsletter that promotes questionable cancer treatments. PAC's "Alternative Therapy Program" in which Wiewel provides an "extensive report and consultation on treatment options," requires purchase of a "sustaining memberhip" for $350. Wiewel was also president of the IAT Patient's Association, Inc., which was formed in 1985 and later transferred its assets to People Against Cancer.
Proponent Claims

In 1981, when the Florida legislature was considering whether to legalize IAT in Florida, its proponents distributed literature stating that IAT could provide:
Safe, nontoxic treatment free of adverse side effects
Efective treatment for all types of cancer; (c) practical and effective cancer prevention
The earliest possible type of cancer detection
The most advanced, individualized, and "tailor-made" cancer treatment and treatment-monitoring tests and techniques;
Reliable cancer prediction
Better-quality lifestyle for the cancer "victim" during treatment
Less expensive cancer treatment. [15]

Burton claimed that his treatment "augments the patient's own immune system." [16] He postulated that cancers develop because of a breakdown in the immune system and that IAT restores the body's natural defenses. A brochure from the Immunology Researching Centre stated:

Tumor antibodies are "alerted to the presence" of tumor cells by a protein produced by the tumor cells themselves-tumor complement factor. . . .Tumor complement induces the tumor antibodies to destroy the tumor cells. If the tumor cells are destroyed in an unregulated manner, however, a person's liver may become overburdened. . . . To protect the body, blocking protein factors are produced to shield the tumor cells from attack by the tumor antibodies and thereby regulate the rate of tumor kill. The important balance of tumor kill rate is maintained by yet another blood component-de-blocking protein factor . . . which neutralizes the blocking protein and thereby permits antibodies to destroy tumor cells in a regulated manner. At times this dynamic process is upset and an over-supply of blocking protein factor exists, along with undersupplies of deblocking protein factors and tumor complement factor. When this imbalance . . . occurs, the individual is said to be immuno-suppressed or immunodeficient [17].

According to the brochure, Burton's laboratory made daily or twice-daily assessments of the levels and proportions of "tumor complement," "tumor antibody," "deblocking protein," and "blocking proteins." The patient was then given daily injections of "tumor complement factor" obtained from the serum of persons with cancer and "deblocking protein factor" and "tumor antibody" obtained from the serum of persons without cancer. Burton determined the dosages after analyzing these data with a computer program that he developed. The brochure stated:

Each therapeutic IAT intervention is prescribed with the most recent assessment of: (1) the status of the native immune system; (2) the status of tumor activity; (3) the effects of the most recent therapy; and (4) the accumulated effects of all previous therapy and response.

After the patient was considered stabilized, a computer readout was prepared for a daily program of injections administered at home [17].

Burton did not claim that IAT products attacked cancers directly. Therefore, failures would be attributable not to his treatment but to unresponsiveness of the patient's immune system due to damage by prior treatment or advanced disease. He advised patients undergoing IAT to stop other therapies "so as not to confuse other data." The brochure stated that Burton did not claim "cure," but did claim that many patients "prosper" by becoming symptom-free and resuming their normal life activities.

Burton conducted no controlled trial of his treatment and did not publish detailed case histories of his patients. The clinic brochure contained a chart of about 40 types of cancer in various stages and scores a "+" if half or more of patients "have responded to IAT with long-term regression of tumors and/or remission of symptoms." These data were scientifically meaningless [18]. OTA asked Burton for the data or calculations upon which the chart was based but did not receive them [13].

The brochure suggested that double-blind experimentation would be immoral because it would deprive half the patients of active treatment. However, an NCI official who critiqued the brochure in 1984 noted that Phase III trials compare the experimental treatment with standard treatment, not a placebo. He also said:

I think [Burton] realizes that he could get his work published if he were able or wished to present the data in the form needed to make his case. Nothing is required of him that is not required of others who wish to report his findings. If worst came to worst, he could as a start, publish and circulate the "clinical data" that he implies his promotional brochure is based on just as easily as he published and circulated promotional material. He could also make available to the scientific community the laboratory and clinical records upon which his claims are based [19]

In 1987, IAT proponents stated that Burton "was experimenting with his mice and some select patients with what he calls 'immune replacement' rather than immune augmentation. . . . If results continue to show promise and be executed, it will mean more frequent and longer stays at the clinic -- but home maintenance shots could be discontinued." [20]
Investigations of Claims

In 1979, Burton entered a contract with MetPath, the nation's largest biomedical laboratory. The documents presented in April 1981 to the Florida legislature called the contract "another practical validation of the principles on which IAT is based." The material also stated that MetPath thoroughly investigated the IAT early detection test and found "spectacular" results [15]. However, MetPath had actually terminated the contract in December 1980 because it was unable to develop a sufficiently reliable technique to measure or identify the substance Burton claimed was related to the presence or absence of cancer. According to MetPath's board chairman:

Notwithstanding Burton's assertions to the contrary, our contract was not "another practical validation of the principles upon which IAT is based." We are not aware of the basis for the assertion that the results were "spectacular'" or that the "tests proved to be 100% accurate and identified the blood specimens of patients known to have cancer." [21]

The Florida legislators were also given binder containing testimonials, one section of which included 142 "cancer victims whose immune systems have responded successfully to IAT." Two of these patients did not have cancer, and six did not specify when their treatment began or the date the testimonial was signed. Of the remaining 134 patients, 39 (29%) had begun treatment less than two months before their testimonial had been obtained, and 50 (37%) had given their testimonial between two and six months after starting treatment [18]. This is not enough time to evaluate a cancer treatment. However, Burton claimed that by monitoring the immune system of patients with his four tests, he could usually determine whether there was a positive response to IAT therapy within three or four days [22]. Two of the 134 patients died of their disease at least two months before he presented their testimonials to the legislators [18].

Burton held patents [A, B, C, D, E] for extracting the alleged IAT proteins, but he kept his computer program secret. In 1985, consultants from the Pan American Health Organization asked whether they could observe the preparation and dispensing of his protein fractions. According to their report, Burton replied that if they wanted to see how these products were made, they could go to Washington and examine his patents [23].

Saul Green, Ph.D., a biochemist who did cancer research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital for 23 years, has examined the patent applications. Dr. Green concluded that Burton's postulated "tumor complement," "tumor antibody," "deblocking protein," and "blocking proteins" in fact, have "never been identified as components of human blood much less of the immune system in the human." Moreover, proteins with the molecular weights Burton attributes to these alleged substances cannot be separated by centrifugation of blood using the speeds and times described in his patents [1]. A report to the OTA reached similar conclusions [24]. Dr. Green also noted that Burton did not establish immunologic baselines for normal individuals that were verified by independent investigators. Nor did he use recognized scientific tests to determine the status of his patients' immune competence either before or after treatment. Moreover, even if Burton's postulated substances do exist, the amounts injected into the patient's bloodstream would be too small to change the level of any existing blood component significantly [17].

No independent analysis of IAT treatment materials has been done on samples provided by Burton himself. Nor did he publish the results of any analysis he did on the nature and contents of the protein fractions he says he used to treat patients. NCI scientists who analyzed treatment materials given to several patients concluded that the materials were dilute solutions of ordinary blood proteins, the major component being albumin. None were electrophoretically pure, and none contained the components that Burton postulated [25].

William A. Nolen, M.D., who visited Burton's clinic in 1982, reviewed many records and had follow-up conversations with at least ten patients and some of their doctors. Dr. Nolen concluded that most of the patients had never had cancer or had tumors that typically grow slowly, while some had undergone conventional treatment that was probably responsible for any positive results [26].

In 1986, NCI and the American Society of Clinical Oncology asked cancer specialists about their experiences with patients who had undergone treatment with IAT. Although 95 such patients were identified, the researchers concluded that for various technical statistical reasons their survey could not be used to draw valid inferences about the effectiveness of IAT [27].

A research team from the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center led by Barrie R. Cassileth, Ph.D., collected data on 79 patients who had received IAT at Burton's clinic. The researchers' report, which was privately published, stated that its data did not enable meaningful comparison of IAT patients and conventionally treated patients and suggested that a well controlled prospective study was needed [28] Nevertheless, IAT proponents have circulated copies of the report and claim that the study demonstrates IAT effectiveness [29].

In 1987, the American Medical Association's Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technology Assessment (DATTA) asked an expert panel to evaluate IAT. Of 27 panelists who commented on effectiveness, none rated IAT "established," 6 (22%) called it "investigational," 16 (73%) "unacceptable," and 5 (19%) "indeterminate." Of 26 panelists who commented on safety, none rated IAT "established," 6 (23%) called it "investigational," 19 (59%) "unacceptable," and 1 (4%) "indeterminate." [30]

In 1990, Burton's literature included a booklet summarizing the experiences of 35 IAT patients and their status as of February 1988. [31]. Wallace I. Sampson, M.D., a cancer specialist who analyzed the data, concluded:

The sampling of cases is not meaningful. To estimate prognosis accurately, the stage and grade of a tumor are needed. Only a few of these vignettes provide both of these. Any facility that treats large numbers of cancer patients will have some patients who survive a long time -- with or without treatment. It would not be possible to determine IAT's effectiveness without knowing how these outcomes compare with the rest of Burton's patients who had similar cancers. Moreover, 30 of the 35 received standard or near-standard treatment before undergoing IAT. All of these had a significant probability of living as long as was recorded in the booklet [32].
Safety Questions

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has reported that from March 1982 to March 1984, 16 people treated at Burton's clinic developed skin abscesses where IAT materials had been injected. Nocardia asteroides was recovered from seven of these patients, one of whom also developed pneumonia. Based on a survey of patient charts, CDC estimated that between November 15, 1983, and March 1, 1984, the attack rate for abscesses at injection sites was 4.5 per 100 [33]. At the Molinari hearing, Burton stated that the Nocardia infections had been caused by a problem in an air conditioning duct and that the problem had been eliminated [34].

In 1984, NCI examined unopened vials of treatment materials given to five patients of Burton and found contamination with various bacteria [35]. During 1985, public health officials found antibodies to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in vials of serum obtained from several patients and were able to culture the virus from one specimen-suggesting that blood infected with HIV had been used to prepare IAT treatment materials [36]. Antibodies to hepatitis B were also found in IAT serum, and a few cases of this disease occurred following treatment at Burton's clinic [35,36]. Because of the public health risk involved, the Bahamian health authorities asked the Pan American Health Organization to send consultants to reinspect Burton's clinic. The consultants reported:

The visit to the clinic was essentially unproductive. . . . Some miscellaneous information was obtained, such as the fact that the clinic has treated AIDS patients . . . .The overall impression [of the report's writer] was one of dismay and concern for the lack of scientific knowledge displayed by the clinic staff, including the director, the unscientific atmosphere in the laboratories and the considerable potential for harm [37].

The consultants advised the Bahamian Ministry of Health to close the clinic. It was closed in July 1985 but was allowed to reopen in March 1986 after it acquired equipment to test for the AIDS and hepatitis B viruses.
Legal and Regulatory Status

In 1980, U.S. Representative Larry McDonald introduced federal legislation to exempt IAT "blood fractions" from FDA regulation for five years. His effort was not successful [38]. McDonald, a urologist who used the quack remedy laetrile to treat cancer patients in his office, also introduced bills intended to exempt laetrile from FDA regulatory action [39].

Bills to legalize the use of IAT were passed in 1982 in Florida and Oklahoma. The Florida bill required that the treatment be administered with a protocol and that data be presented periodically to a patient qualification review board. The Oklahoma bill required that samples of the serum be submitted to the State Health Department before treatment. Burton did not open a clinic in either state. The laws were repealed in Florida in 1984 and in Oklahoma in 1985.

In 1986, the FDA issued an Import Alert to halt importation of IAT treatment materials used by Burton [40]. Although the ban is still in effect today, I have seen no report indicating that it has been enforced.

In May 1988, a U. S. District Judge for the Western District of Michigan denied a widower's suit for payment by his insurance company of his deceased wife's treatment with IAT [41]. The court arbitrator in the case had concluded:

Based upon the record before me, it does not appear that the [IAT clinic] is conducting a therapeutic program which is reasonably designed or intended to add to the general body of scientific knowledge. . . . Since the effectiveness of the therapy is unknown, and since it appears that its effectiveness will remain unknowable under the [clinic] program as it is presently designed, I cannot find that the treatments in question were "necessary." [42]
Conclusion

No evidence has been published showing that immuno-augmentative therapy is safe or effective against cancer in humans. Burton did not publish detailed clinical reports or meaningful statistics, divulge the details of his methods, conduct a controlled trial, or provide independent investigators with specimens of his treatment materials for analysis. The mechanism of action he postulated for his treatment involved substances that are unknown to the scientific community. Although Burton said that IAT treatment materials were produced with processes he patented, experts do not believe that these processes can achieve what he claimed. Several attempts to develop a protocol for a clinical trial of IAT were unsuccessful. Moreover, during the mid-1980s, cases were reported of patients of Burton who developed serious infections following IAT.
Acknowledgement

The information upon which this article was based was gathered with help from Joseph J. Zavertnik, M.D., Saul Green, Ph.D., and the American Cancer Society.
References
1. Green S. Immunoaugmentative therapy. An unproven cancer treatment. JAMA 270:1719-1723, 1993.
2. Burton L. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 17:301-308, 1955.
3. Mitchell HK. Tumor inducing factor in Drosophila. Science 133:876, 1961.
4. The Immunology Research Foundation, Inc., Information Bulletin Number 01b, undated, circulated in 1975.
5. Burton L. Deposition in Louden vs. Prudential Insurance Co. of America, July 21, 1983, p. 7.
6. FDA Talk Paper T82-14, March 2, 1982.
7. Terry WD, Litvak J. Report to the Ministry of Health of Bahamas on the site visit to the Immunology Researching Centre, Limited, Jan. 29-31, 1978.
8. Immunology Research Centre. Accessed several times during 1998 and 1999.
9. Scheffler P, producer. The establishment vs. Dr. Burton. 60 Minutes, May 18, 1980.
10. Bahamas Ca therapist drops U.S., research plan. Medical World News, Nov 24, 1980.
11. Barnes C. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Health and Long-Term Care of the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Aging. In Pepper C and others. Quackery: A $10 Billion Scandal. Washington, D.C., 1984, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1984, pp. 37-39.
12. Burton L. Deposition in Louden vs. Prudential Insurance Co. of America, July 21, 1983, p. 10.
13. Gelband H and others. Immuno-Augmentative Therapy. In Gelband H and others. Unconventional Cancer Treatments. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1990, pp 129-147.
14. Questionable methods of cancer management: Immunoaugmentative therapy (IAT). CA -- A Cancer Journal for Clinicians 41:357-363, 1991.
15. Questions and answers for a non-technical orientation, pp. 1-2. In IAT (a looseleaf book distributed to the Florida legislature in April 1981).
16. Burton L. Televised interview by Gary Null, June 1988.
17. Immuno-augmentative Therapy. Undated brochure distributed in 1990.
18. Zavertnik J. Immuno-augmentative therapy. In Barrett S, Cassileth BR (editors). Dubious Cancer Treatments. Tampa, FL: American Cancer Society, Florida Division, 1990.
19. Letter from Bayard H. Morrison III, M.D., to Grace P. Monaco, June 7, 1984.
20. Letter from Frank and Denise Wiewel to IAT patients, members and friends, July 13, 1987.
21. Letter from MetPath board chairman Paul A. Brown, M.D., to Joseph J. Zavertnik, Oct 30, 1981.
22. Burton L. Speech at meeting of the International Association of Cancer Victors and Friends, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Feb 24, 1987.
23. Letter from Walter W. Bond to Ronald St. John, M.D., July 5, 1985.
24. Phillips T. Review and analysis of Lawrence Burton's patented processes and products. Contract report to OTA, Jan. 1989. Summarized in reference 13, above, pp 135-136.
25 . Curt GA, Katterhagen G, Mahaney F. Immunoaugmentative therapy. A primer on the perils of unproved treatments. JAMA 255:505-507, 1986.
26. Nolen, WA. Dr. William Nolen challenges unorthodox healers. 50 Plus, November 1983, pp. 43-45, 70-71.
27. Unpublished survey described in reference 13, above, pp 138-139.
28. Cassileth BR and others. Report of a survival of patients receiving immunoaugmentative therapy, Sept. 1987.
29. Information distributed to prospective patients in February 1989 by IAT-West included a letter from Curry Hutchinson, a copy of the Cassileth report, and a brochure: "About: Dr. Lawrence Burton and Immuno-Augmentative Therapy for Cancer."
30 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technology Assessment (DATTA): Immunoaugmentative therapy. JAMA 259:3477-3478, 1988.
31. Immuno-Augmentative Therapy Case Histories. Undated, distributed in 1990.
32. Sampson WI. Private communication, January 1991.
33. Centers for Disease Control: Cutaneous nocardiosis in cancer patients receiving immunotherapy injections - Bahamas. MMWR 33:471-477, 1984.
34. Burton L. Testimony at Congressional hearing conducted by Congressman Guy V. Molinari, Jan. 15, 1986, transcript pp. 55-56.
35. Curt GA. Warning on immunoaugmentative therapy. New England Journal of Medicine 311:859, 1984.
36. Centers for Disease Control: Isolation of human T-lymphotropic virus type III/lymphadenopathy-associated virus from serum proteins given to cancer patients -- Bahamas. MMWR 34:490-491, 1985.
37. St. John R. Report of trip to the Immunology Researching Centre on July 1-3, 1985.
38. H.R. 7936, introduced Aug. 18, 1980, and H.R. 8341, introduced November 13, 1980.
39. Wilson S. The rise and fall of Laetrile. Nutrition Forum 5:3340, 1988.
40. FDA Talk Paper T86-60, Aug. 7, 1986. Also see FDA Import Alert IA5704 (revised 1997)
41. Odenwaller vs. Aetna Life Insurance Co., Docket No. K-86-283- CA4 (W.D. Mich.).
42. Opinion of arbitrator, May 14, 1987, p. 11.
 
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Wenn ich die Zeichen richtig interpretiere, ist die IAT eine Scharlatanerie und in Deutschland verboten.

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dicker Filz und Korruption mit Tradition
« Reply #9 on: March 01, 2011, 11:10:06 PM »

Wenn man sich das ansieht

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Dupuch & Turnquest & Co. - Freeport, Bahamas Office Profile on ...
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas Telephone: +242-352-8134. Fax: +242-352-5687 http://www.dupuchturnquest.com ...
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fehlt was Entscheidendes. Wer sind die Macher?

In der oben wiedergegebenen Trefferliste sind bloß diese Männer:

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Thomas T. Dean, Esq. Lawyer Profile on Martindale.com
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas. Telephone: +1 (242) 352-8134. Fax: +1 (242) 351-6030 ...
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Terence R.H. Gape Lawyer Profile on Martindale.com
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas. Telephone: +242-352-8134. Fax: +242-352-5687 http://www.dupuchturnquest.com ...
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Neville B. Wilchcombe, II Lawyer Profile on Martindale.com
Chancery House, The West Mall Drive, P.O. Box F-42578. Freeport, Bahamas. Telephone: +242-352-8134. Fax: +242-352-5687 http://www.dupuchturnquest.com ...
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Da fehlt doch was!

Die Kanzlei hat eine Webseite zu ihrer Gründung:

http://dupuchandturnquest.com/FoundingPartners.asp

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308 East Bay Street
P.O. Box N8181
Nassau
The Bahamas
Tel: 242-393-3226

Chancery House The Mall
P.O. Box F42578
Freeport, Grand Bahama
The Bahamas
Tel: 242-352-8134

Founding Partners

Eugene Aubrey Pyfrom Dupuch

Eugene Aubrey Pyfrom Dupuch was born in Nassau, Bahamas on December 7, 1912.  He was educated at Queen’s College, Nassau and at St. John’s University, Minnesota,  U.S.A.  

His interest in the law was sparked in 1942 when a well-established political group sued “The Tribune”, the family newspaper, for libel.  He and his older brother, Etienne, despite their lack of legal experience, decided to defend themselves and won the case, and this led to him attending the University of Toronto’s School of Law in 1943.

Mr. Dupuch was known as a prolific lawyer.  His greatest joy was in the practice of criminal law, but his interest in Constitutional Law was sparked by his dean at Law School, Dr. W. P. M. Kennedy, and he was regarded as an expert in this field.

In 1960 he and Mr. Orville A. Turnquest (as he then was) formed a partnership which endured until his untimely death in 1981.

In September, 1998 the third law school of the Council of Legal Education (Caribbean) was established in The Bahamas and named after him – The Eugene Dupuch Law School.




His Excellency Sir Orville Turnquest, G.C.M.G., Q.C.,

His Excellency Sir Orville Turnquest, G.C.M.G., Q.C., was the Governor-General of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. He was sworn in on January 3, 1995, succeeding His Excellency Sir Clifford Darling, and retired on November 13, 2001.

Upon assumption of the Office of Governor-General, Sir Orville was made a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George.

A former Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney-General and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sir Orville has had an illustrious career as a barrister-at-law and counsel and attorney.

Sir Orville Turnquest became Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney-General and Minister of Foreign Affairs on September 1, 1993, having served as Attorney-General and Minister of Justice and Foreign Affairs since August 21, 1992.

In private practice in The Bahamas since 1953 as counsel and attorney and notary public, the Governor-General was a senior partner in the law firm of Dupuch and Turnquest prior to his becoming a Cabinet Minister. He acted as Stipendiary and Circuit Magistrate and Coroner in 1959, and served as President of The Bahamas Bar Association and chairman of The Bahamas Bar Council between 1970 and 1972. He is a former part-time lecturer in law at The Bahamas Extra-mural Department of the University of the West Indies and a member of The Bahamas Law Revision Committee. He was a law tutor and a member of the Examining Board for admission to The Bahamas Bar from 1965 until his ministerial appointment. Sir Orville was made a Queen's Counsel of the Supreme Court on January 6, 1993.

Sir Orville has been awarded LL.D. (Hon.) from Elmira College, N.Y.,  LL.D. (Hon.) from University of the West Indies,  Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Sojourner-Douglass College, Maryland, and Member of the Presidents Associates of Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

He married the late Edith Louise Thompson on February 19, 1955. He has two daughters and one son --- Caryl Antoinette Eileen Lashley, a barrister-at-law; Michele Cecile Edith Fields, a chartered accountant; and Orville Alton Thompson Turnquest, a former bank officer who now serves as a Cabinet Minister and Member of Parliament in The Bahamas.

In semi-retirement Sir Orville is in constant demand as a public speaker, and practices as a Consultant  Counsel to his former law firm;  he also devotes a great deal of his time to historical research.    
His recreational pursuits are tennis, swimming, music and reading.

© 2010 Dupuch & Turnquest. Built and Powered by WSI
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Sucht man nach diesen Namen, findet man jede Menge Stoff. Honoratioren, ganz weit oben an der politischen Spitze der Bahamas. Aber wirklich GANZ WEIT OBEN! Generalgouverneur, Premierminister, Generalstaatsanwalt, Außenminister. Da fällt Einem nix mehr ein. Und doch ist dieser Haufen Edelperücken (die sind in einigen Fotos zu sehen) satt drin bei fast einem Dutzend Pornofirmen. Geld stinkt nicht, wie man sieht. Zumindest DENEN stinkt es nicht, und DAS hat einen seltsamen Geruch, will ich meinen. Und dann erst die Beteiligung an Firmen, die Scharlatanerie betreiben. Pornographie schadet ja Keinem direkt und Spaß macht sie auch, aber krebskranke Menschen parasitieren, das hat eine andere Qualität.

Pornographie ist eine Angelegenheit der Moral, die wiederum bestimmt wird von Religion und Heuchelei. Religion ist Blödsinn und Moral eine Frage der Konvention. Aber welche Konvention (und erst recht welche RELIGIÖSE Rechtfertigung) können die Edlen der Inseln denn vorweisen für ihren Betrug an Schwerst- und Totkranken? Keine Religion der Welt würde das tolerieren.

Die Bahamas, so nahe dran an den USA, sind also noch areligiöser und noch verkommener als die USA. Willkommen im Club, kann man da nur sagen. Der Vatikan hatte Aktien von Hispano Suiza, die Panzer gebaut haben.
http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&lr=&q=Hispano+Suiza+vatikan+aktien&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=

Panzer, das sind Waffen, das ist Krieg. WEHRLOSE (Totkranke!) zu parasitieren ist auch Krieg.

Krieg gegen Wehrlose. Krieg gegen Kranke.

Mann, ist mir schlecht.

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Tommy Turnquest is an UTTER and ABJECT FAILURE!
« Reply #10 on: March 02, 2011, 01:29:33 AM »



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Rauhe Sitten auf den Bahamas. Man fühlt sich in die Zeiten der Seeräuber zurückversetzt, also diese - noch mit Holzschiffen - mordende Banden waren.  Heute fehlt das Holz, die Schiffe wurden schmucke Yachten und die Kajüten Prunkvillen in Freeport. Der Ton ist deutlich geblieben.

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Tommy Turnquest is an UTTER and ABJECT FAILURE!

Posted by media on Dec 01, 2010 | Featured News, Local

Tommy Turnquest, Minister of National Security.

Nassau, Bahamas – Bahamas Press is appalled and disgusted by the empty scatterbrain now sitting at the helm of national security. The city borders are porous, the townships are violent and the streets  are hemorrhaging into a river of blood, following attack after attack towards the innocent.

The man who stood on the rally stage and claimed to know how to tackle crime and take down the criminals, is now finding out that crime is taking him down.

What a degenerate we have in office! What kind of cheat rebrobate believes he could sit in that seat and bamboozle the local citizenry; having them to believe innocent lives are not being hunted down by these ‘vicked’ Rwandan gangsters?

Tommy Turnquest should have been removed as minister of national security the day when murders in 2008 broke the record for the second consecutive year. Back then he promised more patrols. Back then he promised more police visibility. Back then he promised to implement the findings of the Crime Commission, the second of its kind to become food for dust mites. Tommy Turnquest once again invited all those stakeholders at the Wyndham Hotel on Cable Breach for another public relations exercise.

We would take it further and suggest he made certain popular police COP, Ellison Greenslade, was appointed to act as a human shield for his failures in the National Security office, but Bahamians patience are wearing thin.

We wonder if anyone has noticed yet, that since returning back to the country, Tommy Turnquest has not said a damn word about the riot that never was in Bain Town? MUMS THE WORD!

We describe Tommy Turnquest and the FNM as complete and absolute failures in the fight against crime. They together Stopped and Cancelled the efforts of the Police Tourism Unit. They withdrew police from the most hostile violent schools across the country and they cancelled Urban Renewal, which, when it was implemented  saw a dramatic decrease in crimes throughout communities.

Then lets take a look at ZNS and Tommy’s WUTLESS leadership there. Under Tommy the BCB has moved from bad to worst. Look at the newscast, ran over like a dog mangled on the side of the road by NB12. No Investigative Reporting, No Education Features, and No Breaking News. Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham addressed the nation on Star106.9FM yesterday and in tonight’s newscast ZNS reported not a damn word. This means as far as the family islands are concerned, Hubert Ingraham had nothing to say.

We call on the Prime Minister to rid the country of TOMMY! He is a complete waste of time! We call on him to find the half ball lost somewhere in his brain and fire Tommy Turnquest from his Cabinet! In fact, if Tommy had any shame, he would offer his resignation forthwith. Papa the damn ship is sinking and it is time to offload the baggage!
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Quell der klaren Sprache:
http://bahamaspress.com/2010/12/01/tommy-turnquest-is-an-utter-and-abject-failure/

In dieser Deutlichkeit sollten auch hierzulande die Berichte sein!

Thanks, pals! Muchas gracias!
http://www.bahamaspress.com

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Re: Nikolaus Klehr und die Bahamas-Connection
« Reply #11 on: March 04, 2011, 01:00:10 AM »

Die Verbindung zwischen Klehr und Aktivitäten auf den Bahamas wird auch von einer ganz anderen Quelle beschrieben.

Der folgende Text ist eine 34-seitige Selbstdarstellung.

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The Future of Surgery and Medicine: Applied BioLogics and Adult Stem Cells
A Historical Perspective from January 28, 1953 to January 28, 2008  

The Stowe Foundation was incorporated by Dr. Lawrence R. Stowe in April of 2003 as a Texas non-profit medical research organization to honor the memory of his mother, Edith Stowe.  Dr. Stowe’s mother had shown great strength and courage in her personal victory over pancreatic cancer using Applied BioLogics, the Foundation’s signature concept of comprehensive immune therapy.  The Stowe Foundation was established to gain medical acceptance and regulatory approval for the experimental technology that saved and prolonged her life.  The Stowe Foundation is also to honor Edith Stowe for the wisdom and spiritual guidance she provided in 1959 to help her son survive his own battle with osteosarcoma (a fatal form of bone cancer) when he was 6 years old.  The Stowe Foundation is really the story of a mother and son and their journey through life.  Both survived fatal forms of cancer and lived to tell their story.  The Stowe Foundation is dedicated to bringing these survival techniques into mainstream medicine and guiding healthcare into the new era of human cell therapy and biological medicine, the future of surgery and medicine.  

In December of 1999 at the age of 80, Edith Stowe had been diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer.  Her life expectancy was a short two months.  At the time of her diagnosis, Dr. Lawrence Stowe was working in Atlanta, GA as the managing director of the non-profit medical research foundation, Survive Until A Cure (SUAC).  Dr Stowe had co-founded Survive Until A Cure in 1995 with his personal friend and business associate Scott Broder to promote comprehensive immune therapy as a method to survive life threatening medical issues such as cancer and AIDS. Survive Until a Cure had drawn its inspiration from Dr. Stowe’s personal battle with cancer and from the experience Dr. Stowe had in 1988 with True Health and the fight against the AIDS epidemic.  

Dr. Stowe was called home to Davenport, Iowa by his sister, Myra, in January of 2000 to apply these investigational techniques against their mother’s newly diagnosed pancreatic cancer.  By utilizing an experimental cancer vaccine manufactured by Dr. Nikolaus Klehr in Germany and the concepts of Nutritional BioTherapy developed by Dr. Stowe in 1988 for AIDS patients, plus the biologic response modifiers supplied by Dr Ivan Danhof to induce cytokine therapy, Dr Stowe assisted his mother’s oncology team to maneuver the pancreatic cancer into a long term remission.

Edith Stowe survived nearly 3 years beyond her 2 month terminal prognosis given in 1999 and led a very high quality of life. Edith died of natural causes in August of 2002.  She was 83 years old and cancer free at the time of her death.  The Stowe Foundation is dedicated to her memory and the hope that some day all families might benefit from comprehensive immune therapy, the technology that saved her life.      

While others can benefit from the same biological techniques that put Edith Stowe’s pancreatic cancer into remission, the therapies are all considered experimental and investigational under the rules and regulations of the FDA.  Hence Dr. Stowe felt the need to establish The Stowe Foundation and raise the capital to carry out the regulatory work that would permit immune therapy to enter mainstream medicine and clinical practice in the United States.  The Stowe Foundation elects to call comprehensive immune therapy, Applied BioLogics.  The term stands for; the logical application of biological medicines, human cell therapy and biologically active medical devices to promote the body’s natural ability to heal itself through the immune system.    

Dr Stowe himself survived a battle with osteosarcoma (bone cancer) in 1959 when he was six years old and it was a series of medical anomalies that triggered a “spontaneous remission” of this normally fatal version of cancer.  Dr Stowe’s personal encounter with cancer was the genesis of the Survive Until A Cure Foundation.  Dr Stowe’s terminal prognosis was four years.  He was to be dead by the age of ten from the metastasis of the cancer.  Dr. Stowe is 55 years old at the time of this memorandum.  Survival should be the first goal of all terminal cancer patients.  Dr. Stowe and his mother Edith Stowe both survived very fatal forms of cancer using the techniques of Applied BioLogics.  

The medical anomalies that occurred in 1959 with Dr. Stowe and his osteosarcoma are now recognized in 2008 to be whole body hyperthermia (an artificial fever), the activation of T-cells and Natural Killer Cells through antigen and cytokine provocation (dendritic cell therapy), plus Nutritional BioTherapy (biologic response modifiers) coupled with control of the biologically active energy fields associated with cellular performance (energy medicine). The medical mysteries of 1959 now form the basis of the modern technology of immune therapy.  

In more simple terms, Dr. Stowe developed a very high fever in 1959 from a bacterial infection of the dead skin and the charred muscle and fat tissue that resulted from the massive radiation treatments used to treat the bone cancer.  Fever is now recognized to be a trigger mechanism to the release of cytokines by the immune system.  Edith Stowe then used an investigational veterinary procedure from the University of Minnesota, Immune Milk, to create a targeted immune response to the cancer cells.  Dr. Stowe’s mother also placed him on a diet filled with fresh fruits and vegetables from her organic garden.  Dr. Stowe’s full recovery from osteosarcoma is still considered a medical miracle.

However, the medical miracle in 1959 can now be analyzed through the modern understanding of immune therapy.  In terms of the cell mediated response of the immune system, the dead cancer cells created by the radiation presented numerous antigens of the tumor to the immune system’s dendritic cells and macrophages, which passed the information on to the T-Cells of the immune system, which had been systematically activated by a bacterial infection. The pyrogenic bacterial infection of the over-radiated and necrotic skin of the lower right leg, an unplanned and fortuitous event, caused a high fever response, which resulted in heat shock proteins being released into the system.  The heat shock proteins in turn carried even more of the cancer antigens into the dendritic cells and caused more T-Cells to actually recognize the cancer.  The cell to cell communication between the T-Cells and the dendritic cells is accomplished through cytokines naturally released by the activated immune cells.  Dr Stowe’s diet, which was fortified with the anti-oxidants and trace minerals from the fresh fruits and vegetables of his mother’s organic garden, provided strong nutritional support to the immune system.  Edith Stowe had also commissioned a local diary farmer to produce an experimental colostrum called Immune Milk, which we now know contains transfer factors that activate the natural killer cells of the immune system.  It was a fortunate series of events, but it is a script that can be followed by every cancer patient in their attempt to survive the cancer process.  

The massive radiation treatments used to kill the cancer cells left Dr. Stowe with a deformed and very weak right leg void of muscle mass and fat and lacking in normal circulation.  However, this was deemed an acceptable alternative to the proposed amputation of the right leg at the hip. The leg was later amputated below the knee in 1998 at age 36.  During the intervening thirty years, Dr Stowe was able to participate in high school athletics, college intramurals and church softball.  The word handicapped came with such negative connotations that Edith Stowe never allowed the term to be used in reference to Dr. Stowe’s physical condition.  

Edith Stowe never permitted the toxic negative emotions of fear, anxiety or anger to control her son’s life.  Instead she taught her son to seek spiritual comfort in his Christian upbringing and to trust the answers that come from prayer.  The senior pastor at First Christian Church in Davenport, Iowa, in 1959 was Tom Waters. Tom worked with the young Dr. Stowe during his adolescent years to develop a strong spirit filled life.  It was Tom Waters that taught Dr. Stowe to confront the pain of recovery with prayer for courage and endurance.  We did not pray that that the pain would miraculously disappear, we prayed for the courage to endure the painful rehab process.  Suffering gives way to endurance.  Endurance leads to Perseverance.  Perseverance leads to Hope.  Hope leads to Recovery.  Staying the course in the face of pain and suffering requires prayer.  I imagine it is the same type of pathway that allowed John McCain to survive the POW camps of Vietnam.    

It was also Tom Waters that taught Dr. Stowe to ignore the taunts of his childhood friends about his physical deformities.  The right leg was really deformed by the intense radiation.  In reality, those taunts were the other children’s spiritual problem.  The lack of compassion was their sin.  The process of prayer for his “bully classmates” taught Dr. Stowe the meaning of forgiveness.  We now know that those who are in communication with the heavenly father can better deal with the stress of life, can deal with the emotional traumas of life, can deal with physical pain.  It is prayer that can bring balance to the mind, body, spirit and emotions.  Our faith is the belief in the Creator, prayer is how we talk and listen to the Creator.  Prayer is important to all faiths and all religions.  It is an important part of immune therapy and self healing through the immune system.      

It was prayer that guided Edith Stowe’s personal decision to commission a local dairy farmer to produce what is called Immune Milk from a “springing heifer”.  This technology is fully covered in the paper entitled Universal Oral Vaccine: The Immune Milk Saga, which is posted on the Stowe Foundation website at www.thestowefoundation.org.  The article was copyrighted in 1998 by the Roger Wyburn-Mason and Jack M Blount Foundation for Eradication of Rheumatoid Disease aka, The Arthritis Trust of America, www.arthritistrust.org.  However, Immune Milk was first utilized in the 1950’s to treat diseases with immune therapy and stemmed from veterinary research being conducted at the University of Minnesota.   Edith Stowe chose her son Lawrence to be a human test case.  

The doctors had given a terminal prognosis to her son and this was just not acceptable to Edith, a strong willed Midwestern mother.  In America, where freedom is still strong, families should have the right to choose investigational therapy.  It saved Dr. Stowe’s life at a very early age.  Investigational therapy saved Edith Stowe’s life at a very late age.  The goal of The Stowe Foundation is to move immune therapy into mainstream medicine so that the technology can save many lives.  

Like many natural products that come from the field of bio-technology, Immune Milk has a long and storied history with the FDA.  Immune Milk is the predecessor technology to the pharmaceutical industry’s interest in transfer factors.  The conflict is not about scientific truth, it is about who is going to control the financial return on the investment.  The financial return can go to the dairy farmers who can produce the Immune Milk or the pharmaceutical company who can produce synthetic transfer factors.  The rules and regulations of the FDA clearly favor the pharmaceutical industry, which may not be in the public’s best interest.  The story of transfer factors is told on The Stowe Foundation website.  

At the time of Dr. Stowe’s battle with Osteosarcoma, the result of immune therapy was simply called a miracle and a “spontaneous remission”.  We now call it nutritional biotherapy, whole body hyperthermia, dendritic cell therapy, cancer vaccines, cytokine therapy and T-cell activation and natural killer cell therapy with biologic response modifiers.  Comprehensive immune therapy comes from managing the cell mediated response of the immune system.  Unfortunately, modern medicine and the FDA still require you to test the therapies one treatment at a time.  Taken one at a time, the individual therapies fail to deliver a remission of cancer and hence are not permitted to reach the market.  That is certainly not in the best interest of the public health care system.

Dr Stowe was fortunate that all the therapies occurred naturally and simultaneously and that he survived his terminal prognosis through a “spontaneous remission”.  The spontaneous remission of Dr. Stowe’s osteosarcoma of 1959 being greatly assisted by Dr. Stowe’s immune system and the Immune Milk. Unfortunately, Dr. Stowe’s own remission of osteosarcoma and that of his mother’s pancreatic cancer can not be tested or explained through the modern medical philosophy of allopathic medicine.  The constructs of allopathic medicine require that every disease has a single cause, like a bacterial infection, and that every disease can be treated with a drug or an intervention, like an antibiotic and surgery.  The drugs for killing cancer cells are called chemotherapy and the medical energy devices are called radiation therapy.  Most US citizens and scientists would agree that the war on cancer has been a miserable failure following this approach.  Modern oncology treats tumors and existing cancer cells; it does not treat the cancer process.  Hence many cancers recur years after the patient has been declared cured.  Treating tumors does not stop the cancer process, unless the therapy is fortunate to get it all.  It is a functional immune system that can stop the cancer process.  Immune therapy needs to become an integral part of all cancer therapy.

Unfortunately, every chronic illness, not just cancer, has defied the allopathic approach to medicine and hence heart disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, lupus, fibromyalgia, MS, ALS, Parkinson, Crohns, Celiac, Alzheimer’s and stroke all have national foundations trying to find a cure.  The support organizations, like the American Cancer Society, pound the drum beat of allopathic medicine and pharmaceutical drugs and yet no cures have been found.  When you read the Stowe Foundation’s white paper on Applied BioLogics and Inflammation you will realize that all of the national organizations are seeking the same thing, an end to disorders of the immune system.  This is probably best described in the paper entitled; Nanobacteria Link to Cancer and Heart Disease, which is also posted on the Stowe Foundation website.  It is hard for the medical profession to accept the concept that all chronic illness might be exactly the same disease.  At the Stowe Foundation we call it the PITTS Syndrome [Poor Nutrition, Infections, Toxins, Trauma and Stress] and Applied BioLogics is used to reverse the PITTS Syndrome.    

What the American public, professional scientists and physicians, plus our regulatory agencies need to recognize is that allopathic medicine has no relationship to how the human body actually heals itself.  Allopathic medicine is based on intervention in the disease process by surgery or medication.  The surgical procedures and drugs rescue the body from the attack; they do not heal the body.  Even after a successful intervention the body must still heal itself from the damage.  The body’s natural ability to heal itself comes from the immune system. Immune therapy supports the immune system and Applied BioLogics is the Stowe Foundations signature method of supplying immune therapy.  Applied BioLogics is simply a very scientifically advanced form of immune therapy. The science has been evolving since the early 1950’s.  

At Mobil Oil Research and Development, where Dr. Stowe was a senior research engineer early in his professional carrier, they referred to the blind adherence to a defective scientific theory as the fatal flaw of research. The modern concept of the placebo controlled double blind study, the gold standard of allopathic medicine, is a major impediment to creating human cell therapies that reflect the true nature of the human immune system.  A placebo controlled double blind study can only test the efficacy of a single active ingredient.  That is not how the human immune system works.  

There are no magic bullets and there are no single active ingredients when it comes to the human immune system.  The human immune system is a very complex set of biologically active and interactive feedback loops.  It takes a multi-factorial approach to generate a healing response.  Today’s magic bullet to chronic illness is being advertised as adult stem cells and embryonic stem cells.  Unfortunately, the simple transplant of stem cells into damaged tissue is only going to generate a transient repair.  There are no magic bullets.  It takes the full armory of Applied BioLogics to reverse a chronic and sometimes life threatening illness.  Stem cells play a critical role in tissue repair and regeneration of healthy organs, but they are not a panacea.  Stem cells do not cure a disease.  That takes comprehensive immune therapy.  

The Stowe Foundation has created a comprehensive approach to immune therapy.  We call it Applied BioLogics.  It has evolved over the past 60 years of research and development of the individual biological medicines, the individual human cell therapies, the individual biologic response modifiers, the individual biologically active medical devices, the individual autologous blood products, and the individual whole food supplements used in Nutritional BioTherapy. The Stowe Foundation under the guidance of Dr. Stowe, the managing director of the Foundation, integrates the diverse technologies of Applied BioLogics into comprehensive immune therapy.  Applied BioLogics is the intellectual property of The Stowe Foundation.      

It really takes a team of biomedical engineers, electrical engineers, biomolecular engineers, chemical and mechanical engineers plus physicists and botanists trained in system analysis and process control to devise a comprehensive immune therapy protocol.  That team of engineers and scientists are now called the research associates of The Stowe Foundation.  The Stowe Foundation of 2008 is a very unique organization where the knowledge of the immune system can be synthesized into comprehensive immune therapy and Regenerative Medicine.  We have been setting the stage over the past twenty years for the transformation of medicine into the biological era of human cell therapy.  

MD’s are trained in the pharmaceutical model of medicine. That philosophy has many scientific flaws in understanding the complexities of the immune system.  The FDA’s regulations are flawed in the same way. One of the primary missions of the Stowe Foundation is to educate both professionals and layman in the constructs of immune therapy.  That will allow the government to do its regulatory work and the citizens to receive the benefits of Applied BioLogics.  But primarily, it will free our scientists from a flawed and seriously defective approach to healing.  The philosophy of allopathic medicine is antiquated and has run its course.  It should no longer be the driving force behind our regulatory environment.  The Stowe Foundation is dedicated to moving our understanding of the human immune system into mainstream clinical practice and to escort the technology platform and intellectual property through the regulatory maze known as the FDA.  

Medicine must be allowed to enter the modern world of quantum physics, nanotechnology, human cell therapy and biotechnology.  The transformation is seriously inhibited by the antiquated medical philosophy of allopathic medicine and the regulatory environment that surrounds the practice of medicine.  The enormous profits that surround the philosophy of allopathic medicine make a fundamental change to immune therapy a very large uphill battle.  Money and profits will trump science and truth every time.  Hence, another challenge for the Stowe Foundation is to create a profit incentive that will attract the capital required to transform medicine and level the playing field.  The profit incentive has become the business plan known as Stowe BioTherapy/Trinity BioLogics.  Stowe BioTherapy holds an exclusive license to commercialize and profit from the Intellectual Property (IP) of The Stowe Foundation as it relates to comprehensive immune therapy and adult stem cells.  In return, the Stowe BioTherapy/Trinity BioLogics project provides royalties to The Stowe Foundation to further its mission statement.  It is a private-public partnership.              
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Comprehensive immune therapy, the IP of The Stowe Foundation, is the ability to trigger an immune response on demand and by design.  That is what leads to a “spontaneous remission” of any chronic illness.  When Dr. Stowe was a child in 1959 it was a miracle and a fortunate series of events that lead to the remission of his osteosarcoma. When Dr. Stowe’s mother was 80 years old in 1999, the remission of her pancreatic cancer was by intelligent design.  The purpose of The Stowe Foundation is to engineer spontaneous remissions of chronic illness.  Applied BioLogics and Regenerative Medicine with adult stem cells are the tools of the trade.

Unfortunately in 2008, both osteosarcoma and pancreatic cancer are still considered to be two of the more deadly forms of cancer and still must be treated by chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.  Those are the gold standards of care for cancer as stated by the American Medical Association (AMA) and any doctor that suggests there may be alternatives to the Gold Standard faces an ethics challenge investigation by the Medical Examiners office of the state where the MD maintains his license. The Stowe family thinks that is a poor way to treat the American public and Dr. Stowe has dedicated the last twenty years of his professional career and personal financial resources to making changes.   

The Stowe Foundation was established to raise the money it will take to perfect the technology of immune therapy and adult stem cells and to cross the numerous regulatory hurdles of the FDA and make the therapies of Applied BioLogics readily available to the American Public.  After 21 months of review by the IRS, from April of 2003 to January of 2005, The Stowe Foundation had its status as a private medical research foundation elevated to the status of a Public Charity. In January of 2005, the IRS determined that the work of The Stowe Foundation was being done in the public interest and enjoyed broad public support.  The IRS has certified The Stowe Foundation to be a national Public Charity.  We are now looking for the financial resources to carry out our mission, just like the United Way, the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and other Public Charities seek financial contributions.

The primary mission of The Stowe Foundation is to make Regenerative Medicine with adult stem cells and Applied BioLogics, a form of comprehensive immune therapy, a clinical reality.  Many of the investigational techniques, known as Applied BioLogics, are approved medications and medical devices outside the borders of the United States.  Others are under intense investigation in the foreign national and federal medical systems that are more responsive and favorable to biological medicine then the FDA.  The Stowe Foundation is also working with the physicians, scientists and inventors of the biological medicines, the biologically active medical devices and the human cell therapy products to help meet the US standards of care and to gain regulatory approval from the FDA.   

The Stowe Foundation has close alliances with private companies such as Harvest Technology in Massachusetts, Chisolm Biological Laboratory in South Carolina, and the Institute for Cellular Medicine in Mexico and we support academic research scientists at major Universities such as Dr. Ewa Carrier at the University of California San Diego, Dr. Luther Lindner at Texas A&M University and Dr. Lisa Fortier at Cornell.  We also have a strong relationship with the Minister of Health in Mexico through Dr. Carlos Fink Serralde and Anahuac University and Dr. Frank Morales at the Poly-technical Institute in Mexico City.   The Foundation also supports the work of our research associates, Dr. Peter Lathrop and Dr. David Stokesbary.  Dr Lathrop and Dr. Stokesbary are experts in energy medicine.  Each scientist provides a key piece of the puzzle, but it is only at The Stowe Foundation where the pieces are assembled into a comprehensive and integrated solution.  For example, Dr. Nabil Dib, www.cardiostem.com a US and international authority on stem cell therapy will guide the regulatory approval process of Regenerative Medicine.  Dr Dib desires to find a cure for heart disease, not a temporary stem cell fix that elevates heart function for relatively short periods of time.

The science and medical hypothesis of Applied BioLogics is presented on The Stowe Foundation website.  These techniques can be accessed under medical supervision at Stowe BioTherapy in San Diego, CA.  Stowe BioTherapy is a Center for Regenerative Medicine built by the Stowe Foundation to supply comprehensive immune therapy in the form of highly personalized and custom compounded biological medicines coupled with the regenerative powers of adult stem cells.  Stowe BioTherapy holds an exclusive technology license to the commercial applications of The Stowe Foundation’s technology platform.  The Stowe Foundation is taking Stowe BioTherapy onto the financial markets to raise the capital it will take to level the playing field between comprehensive immune therapy and allopathic medicine.  Stowe BioTherapy/Trinity BioLogics is a chance for profit minded investors to support the transformation of surgery and medicine into a new era of adult stem cells and personalized immune therapy, the future of surgery and medicine.

Dr. Stowe has been investigating comprehensive immune therapy since 1988, when he left Mobil Oil Research and Development to assist a Dallas, TX based nutritional company, True Health, in the fight against AIDS.  Dr. Stowe’s educational background as a dual PhD in Chemical Engineering and Biomolecular Engineering from the University of Illinois (1982), combined with two master degrees from Iowa State University (1978), one in Chemical Engineering and one in Biomedical Engineering, and a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Iowa State (1975), gives Dr. Stowe a unique perspective on how the molecular reactions of the immune system actually occur in the human body under the influence of enzymatic reactions and biologically active energy fields.  There is a reason that the human body can operate at the phenomenally low temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, while an oil refinery requires in excess of 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit.  Enzymes are the world’s perfect catalyst for lowering the activation energy of the biochemical reactions needed to support life.  It is the micro-environment of the cells that controls the activity of the enzymes.  Applied BioLogics is all about regulating the micro-environment of the cells.  The health of the human body is controlled by the health of the cells.  That includes the cell mediated response of the immune system.  Human cell therapy is required to reverse a chronic illness. 

Over the last 20 years, Dr. Stowe has dedicated his time, energy and financial resources to the creation and implementation of the medical devices required to manipulate the biologically active energy fields of the human immune system, the biological response modifiers (herb, plant and food extracts) that can control or modulate the immune response and the antigen vaccines that can target the immune response.  During this time of exponential growth in knowledge about the immune system, it has also been discovered that the bone marrow produces a large reservoir of cells that can be used in human cell therapy.  Dr. Stowe has integrated the knowledge base of The Stowe Foundation into Applied BioLogics for comprehensive immune therapy and adult stem cells for Regenerative Medicine.   

Human cell therapy is the key to Regenerative Medicine.  Chronic inflammation, the hallmark and signature concept behind every chronic illness, destroys a lot of healthy tissue.  Human cell therapy is required to regenerate healthy new tissue.  The other option is to undergo an organ transplant or joint replacement surgery.  For human cell therapy to be a permanent fix to the degeneration of the body, it is imperative that we stop chronic inflammation.  The Stowe Foundation refers to chronic inflammation as the PITTS Syndrome.  Applied BioLogics or comprehensive immune therapy reverses the PITTS Syndrome.  The white paper titled “Applied Biologics and Inflammation” can be read on The Stowe Foundation website. 

Over the years, it has become apparent that the heart and soul of the immune system is contained in the bone marrow and is characterized by the hematopoietic stem cells generated by the bone marrow.  There is further evidence that the hematopoietic stem cells are themselves produced by a pluripotent adult stem cell.  The Stowe Foundation refers to this cell as the Universal Pluripotent Stem Cell or the UPS cell.  The UPS cell will play a major role in Regenerative Medicine and what the FDA calls human cell therapy.  Human cell therapy, biological agents and vaccines are all regulated by the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER).  CBER also regulates the biomedical energy devices that are based on electromagnetic, photodynamic, heat and acoustic energy.  A wide variety of energy spectrums can influence biological activity.  The Stowe Foundation’s activities in the area of immune therapy are all regulated by CBER and have evolved into the trademark concept of Applied BioLogics and Regenerative Medicine.     

Dr. Stowe’s original work with True Health in 1988 was focused on Nutritional BioTherapy (proteins, fats, carbohydrates & sugars) and Biological Response Modifiers (Aloe Vera, medicinal grade mushrooms, Chinese herbs, etc) to promote the natural killer cells (NK cells) of the immune system to respond to and attack the virally infected T-cells of the AIDS patient.  That is the role of NK cells, to destroy abnormal tissue and pathogens.  Once the abnormal T-cells were eliminated, the bone marrow and lymphatic tissue could produce healthy robust T-cells and the immune system would be restored to fully functional levels.  AIDS is an acronym for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.  The goal of the True Health protocol was to reestablish a healthy robust immune system to correct the immune deficiency.  It was not intended to be a cure for AIDS.  The True Health protocol was intended to restore a healthy robust immune system in the face of the HIV virus.  That would allow the AIDS patient to survive until a cure could be created.  True Health would turn AIDS into a manageable disease.

Dr. Stowe’s immune therapy concepts were first applied in a controlled clinical trial with 30 AIDS patients in 1989.  Dr. Terry Pulse, the principal investigator, published this landmark study in 1990 in the Journal of Advancement in Medicine Volume 3, Number 4.  The clinical trial clearly demonstrated that a devastated immune system could be rebuilt and functionally restored using nutritional supplements and biologic response modifiers.  This was the first demonstration of natural killer cell therapy.  It is based on biological medicine and the cell mediated response of the immune system. The results of the study were unequivocal.  AIDS patients can have a robust immune system.

Unfortunately the clinical trial with True Health occurred 10 years before the FDA had the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, CBER.  There was simply no regulatory mechanism to get marketing approval for a series of biological medicines, unless you went through the drug approval process, which was well beyond the financial capacity of True Health.  The interactions between True Health and the FDA are well documented in a book titled Innocent Casualties.  This book and the regulatory battles surrounding True Health played a prominent role in Congress mandating, and President Clinton signing into law, the FDA reform act of 1997. The FDA then opened CBER in 1998.  It took overwhelming political and public pressure to force a change in the political and financial infrastructure that governs the practice of medicine.  The job is far from over. 

Unfortunately, it took another 9 years for CBER to be adequately staffed and to start to issue industry guidelines on biological medicines. For example, the CBER document, Guidance for Industry Report: Clinical Trial Endpoints for the Approval of Cancer Drugs and Biologics, was not issued until May of 2007.  That is a full 18 years after the first clinical trials of natural killer cell therapy were sponsored by True Health in 1989.  Without these guidelines, manufactures of biological agents have lacked a mechanism for gaining regulatory approval of biological medicines in the treatment of cancer and other disease states.  Hence the biological medicines have not penetrated the US market despite overwhelming use in the European and Asian Markets.  In the United States, the biological agents have been restricted to a handful of academic studies and US physicians have actually been prosecuted for using them in their clinical practice.  Albarin, an extract from the Aloe Vera plant, is a classic modern example of the conflict between regulations and science.   

The biologic response modifiers used in the True Health proof of concept clinical trials with AIDS patients included extracts from the aloe vera plant known as polysaccharides.  The polysaccharides from the aloe vera plant have the biological effect of stimulating the macrophages and the dendritic cells of the immune system to release cytokines.  The cytokines are the chemical messengers of the immune system and can help attract natural killer cells and T-cells to the area of the body where there is infected tissue or abnormal cells such as cancer cells.  Macrophages and dendritic cells only release cytokines when they have digested an invading pathogen, detected an abnormal tissue or malfunctioning cell, or are in the process of cleaning up the body from dead tissue.  Macrophages and their cousins the dendritic cells help sound the alarm. Macrophages and dendritic cells help the immune system to "see" dangerous microorganisms and tumor cells and assist in their destruction.

The long chain polysaccharides of the aloe vera plant have direct immune enhancing and modulating properties. These properties include increasing immune cell production and stimulating and improving white blood cell activity. Aloe thus provides excellent nutritional support for an optimum functioning immune system.  However, when tested as a stand alone therapy, as required by the FDA under drug standards, Aloe Vera does not significantly attack AIDS.  The Aloe Vera products utilized by True Health were supplied by Carrington Labs, a company who spent several million dollars in the 1980’s trying to get Acemannan, a purified Aloe Vera extract, classified as a pharmaceutical drug.  While Aloe Vera is a powerful immune modulator it is not a drug in the classic sense.

Dr. Ivan Danhof, the medical director of Carrington Labs in Dallas, TX during the True Health study, took the concept of aloe vera extracts even further by developing Albarin in the late 1990s. Both Albarin and Acemannan have a long and storied history with the FDA and have been relegated to the practice of alternative and complementary medicine.  The Stowe Foundation hopes to resurrect the prospects of testing Albarin under the new guidelines of CBER posted as of May 2007.  The science is clearly on the side of the aloe vera plant being a powerful biologic response modifier.  Aloe Vera extracts were part of the comprehensive immune therapy program created by Dr. Stowe to assist his mother and her fight against pancreatic cancer.  The aloe vera extracts were provided as a nutritional supplement under the FDA’s revised labeling laws regarding structure and function claims of health products.
 
The original True Health study also incorporated fish oil and evening primrose oil as sources of the essential fatty acids gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).  What are essential fatty acids (EFA’s)?  The EFA’s are fats that are essential for life.  Research in the 1980’s by firms like Efamol in Canada headed by Dr. David Horrobin, a pioneer in fatty acid research, confirmed that fat comes in good and bad forms, and too much bad fat in your diet (the trans fatty acids) can contribute to obesity. However, too little fat can also be very bad for you, particularly if you're very young - and too little of the vital Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (LCPUFA) could contribute to a variety of health issues:
Reduced learning ability
Slower development
Hormonal imbalance
Dry skin
Inflammatory diseases.
Dr. Horrobin’s work showed that there are two 'families' of essential fatty acids (EFA’s), the omega-6 and omega-3 series, the 'parents' of which are an essential component of a healthy diet as the parent fats cannot be produced by our bodies:
Linoleic acid (LA) is the parent fatty acid of the omega-6 family and is commonly found in vegetable oils such as corn oil, sunflower oil, palm oil, rapeseed oil and soy oil. Evening Primrose Oil (EPO) is a member of the omega-6 family.
Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is the parent of the omega-3 family and predominantly comes from green leafy vegetables and some vegetable oils (flax, rape and soy), while the longer chain members of the omega-3 series is predominantly found in fish and fish oils.
These essential parent fats are converted in the body by enzymes into Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (LCPUFA). The four most important LCPUFA’s needed by the human body are:
Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) - An important omega-6 nutrient needed for important bodily functions such as the maintenance of hormonal balance and healthy skin structure. Can also be broken down into arachidonic acid (AA).
Arachidonic Acid (AA) - An important omega-6 nutrient found in the membranes of nerves and helps with the transmission of messages in the central nervous system.
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) - An important omega-3 nutrient needed by the body for the structure of nerves and cells and is needed for brain and eye health in particular.
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) - An important omega-3 nutrient needed by the body for the role it plays in maintaining healthy and supple joints, circulation and heart health.
Unfortunately, the body's enzymatic conversion of essential fatty acids to long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids is an inefficient process, especially in the very young and old and during times of stress or illness. However, the biggest contributing factor towards a long chain deficiency is the modern lifestyle and diet:
High consumption of alcohol, caffeine, saturated fats, sugar, nicotine, and excess cholesterol can affect the efficiency of enzymes and therefore inhibit the manufacture of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in the body.
An increase in vegetable oil consumption has resulted in excess omega-6 fatty acids in the diet
An increase in vegetarianism has resulted in an excess of omega-6 fatty acids, while strict vegetarian diets provide no DHA, EPA or AA
Increases in hydrogenated fats in processed foods has increased trans fatty acid consumption
Low fish consumption leads to low intakes of the vital DHA and EPA
Farmed fish and meat from cattle fattened on cereals rather than grass have less omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fats than before
Over the years, breast milk composition has changed and mother's milk now has less DHA and more omega-6 fatty acids
The impaired conversion of the “parent” essential fatty acids contained in the diet means their long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid derivatives GLA, EPA, DHA and AA need to be supplied pre-formed in the diet through supplements, and many years of research have pointed to Evening Primrose Oil as the most reliable source of GLA. Fish oil from oily fish such as tuna, mackerel, and salmon are a rich source of EPA and DHA.
The long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids are also the immediate metabolic precursors to hormone like substances known as prostaglandins.  Research in the 1980’s by a very large number of universities, foundations and drug companies discovered that prostaglandins played a major role in many biological processes.  One of the more important properties of prostaglandins was the ability of prostaglandins to control and modulate the inflammatory response of the immune system. 
Since that time, Fish Oil has been recognized as a major biological response modifier in the fight against heart disease.  Evening Primrose Oil has been studied in the fight against cancer.  Chronic inflammation is present in nearly all chronic illness and auto-immune disorders.  It is a key aspect in AIDS and Cancer.  In 1988, Dr. Stowe felt that the human immune system could receive a major boost by supplementing the diet of AIDS patients with the long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, GLA, EPA, DHA and AA.  This was accomplished by supplying the AIDS patients with large doses of Evening Primrose Oil and Fish Oil.  Efamol Labs provided the blended capsules of EFA’s in support of the clinical investigations of Nutritional BioTherapy. 
What impeded progress in testing the EPO in 1988 was getting the FDA to lift an import alert they had placed on Evening Primrose Oil as being unfit for human consumption, even though it had GRAS status (Generally Regarded as Safe).  That is detailed in the book Innocent Casualties.  The first obstacle True Health had to overcome was getting a nutritional supplement with GRAS status into the country.  The American public seldom hears the full story about how the FDA protects the financial interests of the pharmaceutical industry.  The book Innocent Casualties details this phenomenon in great detail.   
When used therapeutically, the hidden problem with EFA’s is that the parent EFA’s and their metabolites of GLA, EPA, DHA and AA are easily oxidized by the singlet oxygen produced during the production of cellular energy by the Krebs cycle within the mitochondria.  The free radical cascade of life sustaining cellular respiration can end up with the EFA’s being converted to lipid peroxides, which are very toxic to cellular health.  Hence it is critical for the anti-oxidant system of the cells to be operating at peak efficiency in order to control free radical pathology and to insure proper EFA metabolism.  Hence the therapeutic benefits of the EFA’s are dependent on controlling free radical pathology.
Human cells utilize a complex anti-oxidant system to regulate free radical pathology.  In human tissues, free radicals are highly reactive molecules that are indiscriminate in their bonding to other molecules. Free radicals can mutate DNA, disrupt cell membrane integrity and disrupt cell membrane electrical potential along with changing the cell membrane wall permeability and the free radicals can promote uncontrolled cell division by interfering with the normal biologic controls of the cells metabolism. Hence singlet oxygen, created during cellular respiration, is an important promoter of the free radical cascade and an abnormal or malignant cell may result from oxidative stress to the cell.  Because of this, free radical pathology is intimately linked to proper EFA metabolism.  This is a classic sample of one biologic system, EFA metabolism, being influenced by another, cellular respiration.
Cellular respiration can only be understood by quantum mechanics and the description of atomic particles.  A normal oxygen atom has four pairs of electrons.  The body’s natural metabolism, using enzymes as the catalyst, can remove one electron from oxygen’s outer valence pair.  The term singlet oxygen was coined to describe an oxygen atom that has lost one electron. The singlet oxygen is now a free radical, which tries to balance its electronic state by raiding an electron from a nearby molecule.  The layman’s term is oxidative stress.
If the singlet oxygen takes an electron from a molecule in a cell wall, a new hydrocarbon based free radical is created.  Hydrocarbon based free radical chemistry is the controlling technology behind every oil refinery in the world. Hence chemical engineers are highly trained in hydrocarbon based free radical technology as are biomolecular engineers and the cell biologists who study free radical pathology within human metabolism.   The physical structure of the cell wall is altered by the presence of the free radical hydrocarbon.  This can trigger a cascade of molecular events where the new molecule steals an electron from a neighbor.  The chain of electron theft slowly erodes the integrity of the cell membrane wall and slowly opens the door to loss of cell function.  Accumulate enough abnormal cells in the tissue, gland or organ and the organ loses function. Free radical pathology is the fuel to the fire of cellular degeneration.  Lose enough cells and you have a disease. 
Modern medicine defines the disease by where you have lost the cells.  Lose enough cells in the brain that produce dopamine and you have Parkinson’s.  Lose enough cells in the pancreas that produce insulin and you have type II diabetes.  If the body loses the ability to regenerate the myelin sheath of the nerves you have MS.  Free radical pathology plays a role in every chronic illness that modern medicine deems incurable.  Because of the complexity of free radical pathology, there will never be an allopathic or pharmaceutical cure for chronic illness. 
At best pharmaceutical drugs can treat the symptoms of uncontrolled free radicals.  Symptomatic relieve and control medications are the blockbuster medications of the 20th century.  Insulin does not cure diabetes.  Anti-inflammatories do not cure arthritis.  Calcium channel blockers do not cure heart disease.  Hypertension medications do not cure high blood pressure.  Diuretics do not cure fluid retention.  How many heart patients are on all of the above and still suffer a heart attack or die from chronic heart failure.  It is time for medicine to chart a new course.
Because of their molecular structure, antioxidants can give up electrons to free radicals without becoming harmful.  They are also called free radical scavengers.  Dr. Elmer Cranton and Dr. J.P. Frankleton have written a detailed review on free radical pathology: Free Radical Pathology in Age Associated Diseases: Treatment with EDTA Chelation Therapy, Nutrition and Antioxidants.  Journal of Holistic Medicine Spring/Summer, 1984.  As outlined in the article, free floating metallic ions are the catalyst behind the uncontrolled proliferation of free radicals.  The metallic ions can come from two sources, the toxic heavy metals such as mercury, arsenic, lead, cadmium and aluminum or from the slow accumulation of the trace minerals in cells such as copper, zinc, iron, manganese and selenium.  While trace minerals are critical to human health and vital to controlling the anti-oxidant cascade, abnormally located or excessive levels of trace minerals can cause health problems.  This is a major reason The Stowe Foundation supports CBER and the FDA’s involvement in writing health standards for the supplement industry.  The Stowe Foundation just wants to make sure CBER knows what is doing when it writes the regulations.

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Re: Nikolaus Klehr und die Bahamas-Connection
« Reply #13 on: March 04, 2011, 01:02:13 AM »

The stores of iron in the body, as reflected by serum levels of ferritin, confirm that men accumulate iron.  The lead content in the bones of cadavers has risen by 500% since the 1930’s.  As heavy metals (lead) and trace minerals (iron) accumulate with age, the potential for free radical damage increases.  In an oil refinery, the heavy metals are known as catalytic poisons.  In the human body, the heavy metals are toxic to enzymes.  When the catalysts in an oil refinery are poisoned by heavy metals found in the crude oil supply, the refinery does not produce gasoline.  The entire operation is shut down and fresh catalyst is added to the catalytic cracking tower.  When the enzymes of the human body are poisoned by heavy metals, cell function is shut down.  Lose enough cells and you lose function of the organ or gland.  Toxicity is a major promoter of all chronic illness.  
The poisonous metals such as lead, mercury, arsenic, aluminum and cadmium react with the sulfur containing amino acids of the enzymes.  When these metals react with sulfur on the amino acid cysteine or the methionine moiety of a large protein molecule, like glutathione, enzyme activity is destroyed.  Life cannot exist without enzymes.  Also the heavy metals react aggressively with the trace minerals and displace the biologically active trace minerals from the amino acid chains of the enzyme superstructure.  The end result is a dysfunctional enzyme.  Without functional enzymes, the enzymatic anti-oxidant cascade of the cells is disabled and free radical pathology rages out of control.  Free radical pathology is the fuel to the fire of chronic inflammation.  Chronic inflammation is now recognized as a major, if not defining part of every chronic illness.  
Thus cadmium, which can accumulate in the body from cigarette smoke and by breathing second hand smoke, interrupts antioxidant protection by reacting with the sulfur containing enzyme glutathione and the selenium containing enzyme, glutathione peroxidase.  The inactivation of either glutathione or glutathione peroxidase in the body blocks a critical step in the enzymatic cascade and recycling loop that provides continuous and ongoing neutralization of free radicals.  Taking selenium supplements is not going to restore enzymatic function that has been compromised or inactivated by the cadmium. The offending toxin must be removed from the body to restore function.  That statement was first proven during World War II, when the British created IV chelation therapy to treat sailors who were suffering from lead poisoning caused by the lead based paints used to paint the fleet.  The technology of chelation therapy was rapidly adapted by the US Navy and approved by the FDA as a treatment for heavy metal poisoning.  Chelation therapy was also approved in the 1950’s as a treatment for angina.  Doctors who practice chelation therapy are not the “quacks” portrayed by the mainstream media.
Heavy metal toxins can completely destroy the antioxidant cascade that controls free radical pathology.  Lead is now recognized as a major health hazard and yet it still ends up in our children’s toys and other heavy metals, like mercury, end up in the vaccines we give our children.  Heavy metals often form the backbone of complex industrial chemicals.  These chemicals end up being extremely toxic to the human body and often test to be carcinogenic.  One of the primary causes of cancer is uncontrolled free radical pathology.  It is also called oxidative stress.  The presence of heavy metals destroys the cell’s anti-oxidant enzymatic cascade and free radical pathology runs on fast forward.  The cell is literally consumed by the fire of oxidative stress.  The only way to quench the fire is to remove the toxin that fuels the fire.  That is pure physics and engineering.
The normal anti-oxidant cascade is described as follows; Vitamin E (tocopherol ), Vitamin C (ascorbate), the trace mineral selenium in glutathione peroxidase, the amino acid cysteine in reduced glutathione, vitamin B2 (riboflavin), and Vitamin B3 (niacin) are all interrelated in a stepwise, sequential, recycling process which provides ongoing neutralization of free radicals.  If each one of these nutrients is present in adequate amounts, they can all be restored by cellular enzymes to their active antioxidant forms after reacting with free radicals.  The enzymatic anti-oxidant cascade requires adequate supplies of the trace minerals and vitamins, but most importantly the anti-oxidant enzymes and their co-enzymes must be active.  
The process proceeds as follows: Vitamin E neutralizes a free radical by absorbing an electron and being oxidized to tocopherol quinone.  Tocopherol quinone is recycled to reduced Vitamin E (tocopherol) by Vitamin C, which in turn is oxidized to dehydroascorbate.  Oxidized Vitamin C is then recycled to ascorbate by the enzyme glutathione peroxidase.  Glutathione peroxidase is returned to its active form by oxidation of reduced glutathione.  Oxidized glutathione is then reduced by the Vitamin B2 dependent enzyme, glutathione reductase.  Glutathione reductase is reactivated by Vitamin B3 containing reduced NADH.  Oxidized NAD is handed off to the Krebs cycle and participates in the production of ATP, the true fuel of the cells.  There is balance and symmetry to the flow of protons and electrons.  Hence free radical pathology, moderated by the enzymatic anti-oxidant cascade, leads to the production of fuel for the cells, ATP.  However, uncontrolled free radical pathology is the fuel for the fire of cellular destruction.
From this stair step cycle of oxidation-reduction reactions, it is obvious that continued activity of each antioxidant step depends on an adequate supply of the next anti-oxidant in sequence.  Otherwise certain antioxidants are consumed in the process.  The stair step progression and interdependence between antioxidants and enzymes explains the often poor and at best equivocal results obtained from clinical trials utilizing only one antioxidant at a time.  The concept that the health benefits of antioxidants can be ascertained by testing them under the gold standard of a double blind placebo controlled trial, one at a time, is pure scientific nonsense.  Yet people try to test the heart and health benefits of Vitamin E, the selenium benefits for prostate cancer, the immune enhancement of zinc, the effects of B12 on chronic fatigue, can Vitamin C prevent a cold, Vitamin D against osteoporosis. The FDA must become better educated about how the body actually utilizes antioxidants before approving or disallowing health benefit claims.
For example, consider the effects of cadmium, a heavy metal that you can breathe in from second hand smoke.  By attacking the enzymes glutathione and glutathione peroxidase, cadmium has two places where it can easily attack the antioxidant system.  Essentially, cadmium can cripple the control of free radical activity of one entire array of antioxidants.  An important biologic control mechanism is lost.  Will taking a little extra Vitamin C or E be able to overcome the effects of cadmium?  The answer is no and therefore just taking antioxidants will not prevent emphysema.  
The answer to emphysema is to stop smoking, remove the accumulated heavy metals, neutralize the benzene compounds, restore a viable antioxidant cascade and generate healthy new lung tissue.  This can all be accomplished by Nutritional Biotherapy, Cellular Detoxification and Adult Stem Cells.  However, it requires all three and in the proper sequence and each protocol is patient specific.  It is not scientifically possible to meet the standards of the double blind placebo control study mandated by the FDA when you are using multiple treatment modalities and each modality is custom compounded for each patient.  That is the true secret of The Stowe Foundation; we have cornered the market on personalized medicine.  We are waiting for the FDA to catch up.  
Fortunately, with the maturation of CBER and with guidance from the National Institute of Health (NIH), the medical system is actively moving toward outcome based clinical studies.  Outcome based clinical studies will pave the way for regulatory approval of human cell therapy and biological medicines.  A method to achieve regulatory approval will also create the profit incentive to attract the vast capital resources it will take to move Applied BioLogics and Regenerative Medicine into the health care system.  Investors in Stowe BioTherapy/Trinity BioLogics have a ground floor opportunity.
In 1978, 10 years before the True Health study on AIDS and 20 years before the US Congress mandated CBER, Dr. Gustavo Bounous in Canada, in conjunction with a colleague Dr. Patricia Konghavn from the McGill University Faculty of Medicine, initiated a novel research program to search for a dietary protein source that would boost the immune system.  At the time, Dr. Konghavn’s main research was concerned with increasing basic knowledge of the immune system, with a focus on cellular immunology, host/parasite interactions and the genetics of natural resistance.
In the mid-1970’s she began a collaboration initiated by Dr Gustavo Bounous to research the influence of various dietary proteins on immune responsiveness. They published their first paper on this research in 1978 and continued their collaboration until 1989, during which period they co-authored 14 papers. This work led to the discovery of an undenatured whey protein concentrate that regulated glutathione levels and promoted immune enhancing activity. This ultimately led to the production of a high quality bioactive nutraceutical: IMMUNOCAL® in 1993.
In 1985, Dr. Stowe assisted True Health in acquiring a source of the undenatured whey protein concentrate and this was added to the protein powder that was supplied as a nutritional supplement to the AIDS patients of the True Health study.  Its sole purpose was to raise intracellular glutathione levels.  As highlighted above, it is critical to the human immune system to control free radical pathology and the intracellular stores of glutathione are critical to that goal.  The work of Dr. Bounous and Dr. Konghavn had already demonstrated that the undenatured whey protein could regulate and restore glutathione levels.  It was a simple blending process to use the special whey protein concentrate in a powdered nutritional supplement and have the AIDS patients consume it four times per day.  Normal levels of glutathione are critical to an AIDS patient having a functional immune system.  
The True Health powdered supplement also had the vitamins and trace minerals that it takes to support the action of the enzyme glutathione in the human body. Glutathione is critical to the liver and its ability to detoxify the body.  It is common in Chinese medicine to do a liver cleanse to purify the body.  It is just as important to rebuild the intracellular stores of the enzyme glutathione that have been contaminated and deactivated by the toxins.  The vitamins and trace minerals are also active and critical co-factors in regulating the free radical pathology associated with cellular respiration.  Uncontrolled free radical pathology leads to cellular destruction and inactivation.
A second key ingredient to the True Health formula was the addition of antigen infused colostrum extracts.  By 1988, the technology of producing the Immune Milk used in Dr. Stowe’s recovery from osteosarcoma in 1959 had advanced to the point of being commercially available in the form of transfer factors, which are basically the peptides that are extracted from antigen infused colostrum.  Transfer factors have been validated as molecules that can activate natural killer cells of the immune system.  The story of the Immune Milk and Colostrum Extracts is posted on The Stowe Foundation website.
The bottom line is that the True Health formula of 1989 provided the AIDS patients with:
1.Transfer factors based on antigen infused colostrum extracts, Immune Milk
2.Elevated levels of intracellular glutathione from undenatured whey protein
3.Vitamins and trace minerals to control free radical pathology
4.Biological response modifiers in the form of polysaccharides from Aloe Vera
5.Prostaglandins from the essential fatty acids contained in EPO and Fish Oil
6.Hydration from consuming four 16 oz liquid protein shakes per day.
These six elements delivered very impressive results in 1989 with a cohort of 30 AIDS patients.  They are still the foundation of Nutritional BioTherapy.  The FDA’s response to the True Health study was to shut the company down on the technical premise that True Health was making unsubstantiated medical claims about AIDS.  The reason given by the FDA was that the clinical study was not performed as a double blind placebo controlled study and that the safety and efficacy of each major ingredient would have to be tested and confirmed.  The mainline media promptly dismissed True Health as a marketing scam.  No one ever questioned or tried to challenge the scientific validity of the study.  It has taken the US Government 18 years and substantial public pressure to provide a regulatory mechanism that can allow the technology to reach the market.  The Stowe Foundation believes that the True Health study of 1989, repeated with the immune therapy technology of 2008, would deliver even better results.  
The long saga of court battles between True Health and the FDA forced Dr. Stowe to establish a consulting business within the oil and gas industry to make a living from 1990 to 1995.  During his time at Mobil Oil Research and Development, Dr. Stowe had become very knowledgeable about the effects of ultrasound and sonic vibrations on chemical reaction rates and conversions of hydrocarbon feed stocks.  Dr Stowe turned this knowledge into a patented process for converting heavy oil into light oil.  US Patent 5547563, which was first applied for in 1993, became the technology base for Probex Corp and was also the basis on which Dr. Stowe became a small business technology partner with Los Alamos National Laboratories.  The patented technology held great promise in the creation of new environmental clean-up technology for oil spills and the recycling of used motor oil.  Hence, Dr. Stowe became an invited speaker at several conferences on environmental technology and a consultant to the oil and gas industry.  
However, during this time frame he also consulted with several medical device companies that wanted to use Dr. Stowe’s concepts of immune therapy as adjunctive therapy to their medical devices.  The prominent client during this time frame was First Circle Medical, Inc., who specialized in whole body hyperthermia (WBH) and the potential of use of WBH in the treatment of AIDS and Hepatitis C.  Dr. Stowe helped First Circle Medical, headquartered in Minneapolis, MN; recruit Dr. Gary Blick, a prominent AIDS specialist in Stamford, CT, to supervise a pilot study test of WBH for AIDS and Hepatitis C.  These first tests were designed to isolate the specific effects of WBH; hence the first series of tests did not utilize Dr. Stowe’s immune therapy concepts. First Circle Medical would later test WBH in combination with the more powerful anti-viral drugs in an attempt to lure financial support from the pharmaceutical industry.  That alliance effectively excluded immune therapy from the clinical studies.          
As the science of WBH began to evolve, Dr. Stowe sold his interest in Probex Corp and formed the non-profit medical research foundation, Survive Until A Cure (SUAC).  His co-founder was Scott Broder, a resident of Westport, CT and an independent oil trader from Wall Street who had consulted with Probex Corp on heavy oil supplies.  Scott had many business associates and financial contacts that would prove invaluable to SUAC. The SUAC Foundation recruited Dr. Warren Levin, a prominent New York physician who practiced holistic medicine, to be the medical director of SUAC and the Foundation also established formal relations with Dr. Carlos Fink Serralde in Mexico City.  
Dr.  Carlos Fink had been part of the international development team of WBH for a competitor to First Circle Medical.  As a condition to his contract, the competitor company, IDT, Inc a subsidiary of Biocontrol Technology in Pittsburgh, PA, left Dr. Fink his own whole body hyperthermia equipment for the application of the WBH therapy within Mexico’s healthcare system.  This positioned SUAC to develop the WBH procedure and immune therapy, while First Circle Medical would continue to pursue WBH and pharmaceutical drug combinations.  
SUAC also shifted its emphasis to WBH and cancer, a condition with more personal interest to Dr. Stowe and Dr. Levin.  The medical advisory board to SUAC also included Dr. Ivan Danhof, an authority on biological response modifiers, Dr. Jeffrey Bland, an authority on functional medicine, and Dr. Hugh Fudenberg, a pioneer in transfer factors.  The combination of professional expertise allowed Survive Until A Cure to lay the groundwork for understanding the cell mediated response of the immune system.  The cell mediated response of the immune system is the heart and soul of comprehensive immune therapy or Applied BioLogics.  The work carried out by Survive Until A Cure laid out the scientific rationale behind Applied BioLogics.      
For example, the SUAC team discovered that WBH released heat shock proteins that turned out to be professional antigen presentation molecules to the dendritic cells of the immune system.  Dendritic cells are the cells of the immune system that first activate and target the T-Cells to abnormal tissue such as cancer cells and invading pathogens.  Dendritic cells sound the alarm of the immune response to cancer.  It is also important the thymus gland be active or the T-Cell function will be impaired. Low thymus gland activity is also a hallmark condition of cancer patients.   The team also discovered that a fever releases an elevated amount of immune activating cytokines.  The cellular mechanics of the immune system began to unfold as we studied the body’s cellular reactions to an artificially induced fever.  
It also became apparent that the aggressive form of WBH being used by First Circle Medical and IDT could be replaced with a low grade fever induced by a far infrared sauna with the immune response then being aggressively modulated with biologic response modifiers provided by Dr. Danhof and transfer factors recommended by Dr. Fudenberg.  Dr. Bland provided many suggestions on the quality and type of products to be used in the Nutritional BioTherapy program for cancer patients.  The entire T-Cell response was then targeted with cancer vaccines.  Cancer vaccines, transfer factors and biological response modifiers are thoroughly analyzed on The Stowe Foundation website.

Dr.  Stowe added the concept of cancer vaccines to the SUAC protocols after meeting Dr. Nikolaus Klehr of Germany through Ralph Moss, a medical journalist that covered alternative and complimentary medicine, and Jane Reeb, the director of Cancer Support and Solutions in Atlanta, GA.  During his stay in Atlanta, Dr. Stowe became a featured speaker at Jane Reeb’s seminars on holistic cancer care.   The combination of low grade hyperthermia, biologic response modifiers, transfer factors, cancer vaccines and Nutritional BioTherapy became the signature therapy of Survive Until A Cure.  SUAC was operational from 1995 until the year 2000 when SUAC was disbanded under financial distress.  However, a Google search on the names associated SUAC and the True Health study is the best method for understanding the technology background to The Stowe Foundation.

All of the therapies being advocated by Survive Until A Cure were experimental.  They were also outside the boundaries of mainstream medical research.  Many of the professionals associated with SUAC were being ostracized by the medical community and the regulatory agencies for their non-conventional approach to cancer.  Hence it was difficult to raise money.  Again, the arguments were not about the science.  It was simply difficult to raise money for a project that flew in the face of conventional wisdom.  The pharmaceutical companies had no vested interest in comprehensive immune therapy and venture capitalists only invest in products that might reach the market.  
Since CBER was in its infancy, there was no method to gain regulatory approval.  The concept of immune therapy had no major backing by the pharmaceutical companies and there were no powerful vested interest groups backing the technology or lobbying the NIH for money.  During its five year existence, Survive Until A Cure got by on limited donations, consulting fees donated to SUAC by Dr. Stowe and his company Applied Biological Medicine and by charging for the therapy on a fee for service basis to those who where trying to find hope.

Most of the money spent by the clients on therapy went to the acquisition of the products and services needed to carry out comprehensive immune therapy.  Hence the private companies of Dr. Danhof, Dr. Klehr, Dr. Fink and Dr. Fudenberg benefited far more then SUAC.  The patients also had to be treated outside of the US by making trips to Germany to see Dr. Klehr, to the Bahamas to pick up a personal supply of the transfer factors and to Mexico for the biologic response modifiers and WBH.  It was not an easy task and very few patients had the financial resources to cover the expenses.

Survive Until a Cure was simply ahead of its time.  It was during this time that Dr Stowe authored a white paper on prostate cancer entitled: A Method To Strengthen The Immune System And Improve Survival Rates For Stage D Prostate Cancer.  A copy of the original paper is posted on The Stowe Foundation website.  It was never published in a peer reviewed journal, but it was highly circulated by Dr. Levin among practitioners of alternative and complimentary medicine.  The fundamental concepts outlined in the paper are just as valid today as they were in 1996.

Edith Stowe developed her pancreatic cancer in late 1999 just has SUAC was being disbanded.  While many individuals contributed to the success SUAC and contributed significant individual parts of comprehensive immune therapy, the integrated knowledge base was maintained by Dr. Stowe’s consulting firm Applied Biological Medicine.  Dr. Stowe was therefore able to treat his mom’s pancreatic cancer by soliciting the support of her oncology team and the family physician to write the orders for the nursing home where the immune therapy would be administered and for the writing the prescriptions for the offshore medications.  This was all done under the compassionate use regulations of the FDA.  

It was an unusual set of circumstances that allowed SUAC’s immune therapy protocols to be applied in the US.  Edith Stowe would become a single patient clinical study, under the care of her family physician, on the investigation of Dr. Klehr’s cancer vaccine for pancreatic cancer.

Dr. Klehr’s cancer vaccine, based on antigen presentation and cytokine therapy is an approved medication in Germany and hence Edith Stowe could bring in a three month supply for her own personal use.  The administration of the vaccine had to be under the supervision of a US licensed physician, the other parts of the protocol were considered adjunctive therapy.
Before starting the immune therapy program, the medical oncology team first applied the gold standard of care for inoperable pancreatic cancer which was radiation. The pancreatic tumor was also sensitized to the radiation by applying a low dose of 5FU, a chemotherapy drug.  The treatment regimen was known as the Mayo Clinic protocol.  Six weeks of radiation therapy and low dose chemotherapy reduced the tumor mass from a 9 cm tumor to a 6 cm tumor.


Diagnostic imaging and the blood tumor marker CA19-9 confirmed the tumor was still active.

Edith Stowe’s tumor markers were 2,500 with normal being less then 35.  The prognosis was still terminal, but the oncology team was satisfied that they had provided her the best available treatment.  Dr Stowe was pleased with the treatment because the radiation had clearly created cancer antigens by killing some of the cancer cells and had reduced the gross amount of active tumor by 1/3.

The comprehensive immune therapy program was applied after the radiation protocol.  The immune therapy was centered on Dr. Klehr’s autologous cancer vaccine and cytokine therapy made from blood samples, Dr. Danhof’s biologic response modifiers from the aloe vera plant, Dr. Fudenberg’s transfer factors derived from antigen infused colostrum and avian sources plus Dr. Stowe’s Nutritional BioTherapy program.

After 12 months of immune therapy, the CA 19-9 tumor marker had dropped to less then 30 and diagnostic imaging confirmed the tumor to be inactive and had shrunk to 2.5 cm of scar tissue.  
During the one year program, the oncology team had installed four billiary stents to let bile flow freely through the bile duct. The tumor mass, although reduced in size was still obstructing the bile duct.  The oncology surgeon had predicted after installing the first stent that Edith Stowe would not need a second because the tumor mass was still extremely large and it was only a matter of time before pancreatic function and liver function would fail.  The billiary stents are usually replaced every 3 to 4 months in patients who had been treated with the Whipple procedure (operable pancreatic cancer) and had a favorable prognosis.  Once the healing from the surgery is complete, the stents are no longer needed. The surgeon was very sure that Edith Stowe was terminal and would not need a replacement stent.  After he installed the fourth he commented that no more would be needed.  The third had been completely clean and free flowing and there was no obstruction to bile flow.  The fourth stent would be the last required.
Edith Stowe’s pancreatic cancer had been put into a long term remission.  She lived nearly three years beyond her 2 to 6 month terminal prognosis.  Today that would cause the FDA to fast track any drug used to treat pancreatic cancer.  However, comprehensive immune therapy is not a drug and does not fit the classic methods of testing drug efficacy.  
Still, several hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent trying to create an effective pancreatic cancer vaccine.  The results are always disappointing when the vaccines are forced to be tested in a stand alone fashion.  The cancer vaccines only target the immune system onto the cancer cells.  If the immune system has been suppressed by chemotherapy and radiation, the cancer vaccines are going to fail.  Also the immune system can only handle so much cancer or tumor burden.  If the cancer is highly metastatic, the immune system is going to need help.  That is why The Stowe Foundation of 2008 turns to energy medicine and biological medicines that have direct cytotoxic properties.  Cytotoxic properties mean the biological medicines directly attack and destroy cancer cells or disrupt the metabolism of cancer cells and they die. The energy devices are used to accelerate the effects of immune therapy and sometimes the energy fields also have direct cytotoxic properties.  
As the years have progressed, it has become quite apparent that immune therapy combines quite nicely with surgery and radiation.  In fact, with the creation of proton beam radiation and gamma knife technology, which are far more targeted and less destructive to the body then external beam radiation, immune therapy may yet gain a toe hold as an adjunctive cancer therapy and move up the ladder.  With proper funding, The Stowe Foundation could approach Loma Linda University in California or MD Anderson in Texas about conducting a full analysis of Applied BioLogics combined with proton beam therapy.  That would lead to a dramatic improvement in the standards of care for cancer.
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Re: Nikolaus Klehr und die Bahamas-Connection
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At the conclusion of his mother’s therapy and remission of the pancreatic cancer, Dr Stowe moved his consulting firm, Applied Biological Medicine back to Fort Worth, TX.  He established a relationship with several practitioners of holistic medicine in Dallas/Ft. Worth and helped open the BioTherapy Clinic of Texas in 2001.  Dr. Stowe served as Science Advisor to the clinic while licensed healthcare providers took medical responsibility for patient care. 
It was also during this time that Matol, a prominent network marketing company in Canada, hired Dr. Stowe through Applied Biological Medicine to develop structure and function claims for their line of nutritional products and to assist in product line development.  Health benefits claims and structure and function claims all came into existence when the FDA was forced to create CBER in 1998.  With the creation of CBER, the FDA had to come out with new labeling laws regarding nutritional supplements, herbs and functional food beverages and whole food supplements.  Based on his work with SUAC and the True Health study, Matol considered Dr. Stowe to be the perfect spokesman for the holistic health industry.  Matol arranged a North American speaking tour to promote the benefits of immune therapy.  The speaking tour also became a lead generation system for patients to the BioTherapy Clinic of Texas and the international clinics associated with comprehensive immune therapy and human cell therapy.
The BioTherapy Clinic of Texas became an entry point for US and Canadian patients seeking advanced health care not otherwise available in North America.  The BioTherapy Clinic of Texas evolved into the first link in a medical referral network to Dr. Klehr’s Institute for Immunology and Cell Biology in Germany (cancer vaccines and cytokine therapy), Dr. John Clements’s ITL Cancer Clinic in the Bahamas (biologic response modifiers for immune therapy), Dr. Frank Morales’ Rio Valley Medical Center in Matamoras, Mexico (human cell therapy and transfer factors) and Dr. Carlos Fink Serralde of Angeles Hospital in Mexico City (whole body hyperthermia and radiation).  Dr. Ivan Danhof and the North Texas Research Laboratory supplied products and clinical support services in the field of biological medicines and Chisolm Biological Laboratory in Warrenville South Carolina continued to develop the technology behind transfer factors under the guidelines first established by Dr. Hugh Fudenberg.  The BioTherapy Clinic of Texas orchestrated, coordinated and planned the strategy for the patients.  The clinic was in operation from May of 2001 to August of 2005.  The Stowe Foundation was incorporated in April of 2003 to support the technology development of comprehensive immune therapy and regenerative medicine.
In August of 2005, Dr. Stowe determined that The Stowe Foundation required his full time attention if the Stowe Foundation’s signature concepts of  Applied BioLogics and Regenerative Medicine were going to make the transition into mainstream clinical practice.  The science of comprehensive immune therapy does not require a new technology base; it requires a regulatory approval strategy.  The goal of The Stowe Foundation, starting in the fall of 2005, became a focused effort to gain regulatory approval for Applied BioLogics and Regenerative Medicine.   
By the summer of 2005, it had become abundantly clear that comprehensive immune therapy was most effective when the major biologic agents, such as cancer vaccines and transfer factors, where custom compounded for each patient and the biologic response modifiers were individually dosed and genetically matched for each individual patient.  Applied BioLogics is the epitome of personalized medicine when;
the cancer vaccines are tailored made for each individual patient from their own blood and tumor samples
the patient specific transfer factors for modulating chronic inflammation are designed around the pathogens and living microorganisms actually harvested from the patient’s blood and tissue samples
the environmental and metabolic toxins that have accumulated in the patient’s body over time are accurately identified and characterized through hair, urine and stool analysis
the energy disturbances that are suppressing biological activity of the body’s organs, glands and tissue beds are properly catalogued and imaged
the appropriate clathration, chelation, oxidation or neutralization agents are applied to the detoxification process
the therapeutic levels of the biological response modifiers and biological medicines are individually dosed and adjusted to the patient’s genetic predispositions
the enzymatic pathways that control anabolic metabolism and cellular respiration are properly nourished
the energy meridians of the body and the energy fields of the vital organs, gland and tissue beds are restored to homeostasis   
It was also clear that adult stem cells, which had been studied in Europe, Israel, South America, China, Russia and Mexico had the most clear and direct path to establishing a therapeutic benefit within the CBER guidelines for human cell therapy.  The Stowe Foundation also believes that adult stem cells are the only ethical source of stem cell therapy.  Hence the focused mission statement of the Stowe Foundation since August of 2005 has been to bring Applied BioLogics and Regenerative Medicine into regulatory compliance and to advance the science of adult stem cell therapy.
A Defining Month in The Stowe Foundation - Feb, 2005

Dr. Larry Stowe met with Dr. Carlos Fink Serralde in Phoenix, AZ in Feb 2005 to attend the XVIII International Congress of the International Society of Endovascular Specialists that was hosting a professional stem cell meeting and discussing the therapeutic benefits of human cell therapy to cardiac care.  Dr. Stowe attended as part of The Stowe Foundation’s efforts to build a comprehensive immune therapy program for the heart.  The meeting was a professional society meeting of cardiovascular surgeons, hosted by Ted Diethrich, and Dr Nabil Dib of the Arizona Heart Institute.  The Congress was bringing together many of the international experts on stem cell therapy, which included experts on both adult stem cells and embryonic stem cells.  The FDA was there to explain the regulatory procedures being utilized by CBER for getting human cell therapy into clinical trials. 

Kevin Benoit of Harvest Technology was present at the meeting trying to attract interest in their medical centrifuge as a source of bone marrow concentrate.  It is a point of care device that can deliver large numbers of the human bone marrow cells that research scientists had been using in their work.  Dr. Aviles from Spain was at the meeting presenting a paper on their success in cardiac repair using purified progenitor cells captured from the bone marrow.  Dr. Fink had been in communication with Dr. Aviles and Dr. Fink was gathering information on the stem cell protocol used in Europe.  We all met at the meeting and I immediately recognized the value of the Harvest Technology device to the Stowe Foundation program.  Most other organizations at the meeting had their own proprietary technology for the production of the adult stem cells.  Hence, The Stowe Foundation became the one interested customer Harvest Technology was able to attract.     

At the time, Dr. Fink and the Stowe Foundation were working on a protocol for cardiac care using adult stem cells to be recovered from peripheral blood or bone marrow. We were in fact at the conference to survey the various technologies for producing stem cells.  The fit with Harvest Technology was immediate.  Keep in mind that adult stem cells are only one part of a comprehensive immune therapy protocol to reverse heart disease.  Tissue repair of the heart is only one step in reversing a myocardial infarction.  The second step is to apply immune therapy to reverse the heart disease process.  It is important to realize that each organ of the body will require its own protocol to achieve safe and effective cell therapy. 

The method used to repair the heart will not be the same method used to repair the liver or lungs. The delivery mechanism of the cells, the mixture and number of cells required for repair, the presence of important co-factors and the bio-terrain to induce differentiation must be created for each organ of the body.  Human cell therapy is a fertile field for patented technology.  The Stowe Foundation was intrigued about the potential of using the Harvest Tech bone marrow concentrate because the concentrate would deliver a physiologic balance of immune competent cells and it is the only point of care source of stem cells.  Point of care service is a key concept for the military field hospitals and hospital emergency rooms.  No one is currently pursuing this avenue for human cell therapy.  The question remained; does this produce a safe and effective result?  Hence the Stowe Foundation sponsored the large animal studies at Charles River Labs on canine hearts and the equine studies on cartilage repair at Cornell.

It is important to note that actually using adult stem cells in a therapeutic manner is more then just locating a source of the adult stem cells.  The adult stem cells do not work in isolation from the rest of the immune system to heal and repair the body. There is a complex set of molecular interactions that must occur in order to initiate tissue repair. The stem cells do not work in isolation from other immune competent cells found in the body. The co –factors are classically known as cytokines, growth factors, platelets, lymphocytes, mononuclear cells, etc.  There is a large need to fully identify and characterize these cells to unravel the mystery of how the immune system can repair tissue in the human body. The Stowe Foundation and our signature concept of Applied BioLogics is the world leader in understanding comprehensive immune therapy. 

The mechanism behind tissue repair is not fully understood.  Many factors influence the tissue repair mechanism. There are many variables that will go into the equation. This complicates the development of human cell therapy that can be certified as safe and effective by the FDA. The regulatory environment of the USA requires that any therapeutic procedure must be demonstrated to be safe and effective before it can be marketed to the US public.  This requires an understanding of the mechanism of the immune system.  It is the entire protocol that constitutes the intellectual property of the Stowe Foundation and hence human cell therapy is an area for patent protection.  The Stowe Foundation is creating human cell therapy; the source of the adult stem cells is just one component. 

We will eventually have to apply to the FDA for an IND status (Investigative New Drug) on the bone marrow concentrate.  That will be the role of the CBR Institute for Biomedical Research in Boston, a consultant to Harvest Technology and the medical school at the University of California San Diego (UCSD). The Stowe Foundation will fund sponsored research at UCSD and the CBR Institute to guide the FDA process and the development of the basic science behind human cell therapy.  This will be done through the Stowe Foundation’s New Horizons Research and Development division and the BioTherapy Research Institute.         

To exemplify the need for detailed work on the bone marrow concentrate, Dr. Vacanti of Harvard has published an interesting article in the Scientist in a 2004 issue about the potential existence of a true pluripotent adult stem cell that might be found in all human tissue.  No information was given about the character of the cell (except for an interesting comment about size), how to identify the cell, how to harvest the cell or how to therapeutically use the cell.  The paper was simply an intriguing hint that a pluripotent adult stem cell might exist. 

After reading the article, Dr. Stowe contacted Dr. Vacanti about a mutual research and development program for the pluripotent adult stem cell.  The Foundation has its own concepts that this cell had to exist, but Dr. Vacanti is associated with an elite research group in tissue engineering and it seemed combining forces could accelerate the results.  That is part of the Stowe Foundation’s philosophy, to locate the proper strategic partners to accelerate technology development.  It is why we have the New Horizons R&D arm of the Foundation.  Our public charity status mandates that we seek out those partners as long as they qualify for doing 501c3 work. 

The Foundation’s experience on wound healing of race horses had partially demonstrated that fat tissue found in horses contained a pluripotent adult stem cell.  The work we had done with peripheral blood also contributed to our belief that the pluripotent adult stem cell did indeed exist.  It was slowly becoming apparent that the source of the Universal Pluripotent Adult Stem Cell (UPS cell) had to be the bone marrow.  Dr. Vacanti and his group elected to pursue their own development work on tissue engineering, which is to grow new organs or tissue in the lab and then transplant the final lab grown organ into the body.  They feel they can control the entire process in the lab better then you can grow new tissue in the body where there are a lot of variables.  The Stowe Foundation holds an entirely different opinion 

The Stowe Foundation and in particular Dr. Larry Stowe, Dr. Carrier and Dr. Dib believe the source of the adult stem cell found in the other tissues of the body must come from the bone marrow.  The bone marrow is the source of all immune competent cells found in the blood and bone marrow is the source of the progenitor cells used in the German and Spanish work on cardiac repair.  Bone marrow is the tissue bed where all progenitor cells are created.  In the biological progression of events, it is highly unlikely that progenitor cells are simply the first blood product produced by the bone marrow.  Progenitor cells are likely produced as a step in the natural differentiation process of the pluripotent adult stem cell found in the bone marrow.  A certain fraction of the bone marrow pluripotent adult stem cells make it into the peripheral blood for distribution to the rest of the body.  The different organs then end up with a reservoir of progenitor cells and the pluripotent adult stem cell to affect daily tissue repair or growth.

The human body is originally produced at birth from embryonic stem cells. Embryonic stem cells generate embryonic progenitor cells.  Embryonic progenitor cells produce embryonic tissues.  In the adult, it is my belief that both the progenitor cells and the adult stem cells found in the other tissues of the body originate in the bone marrow. The blood is the transport medium.  The different tissue beds all have the correct surface cell receptors to tell the blood what progenitor cells they will accept and the pluripotent adult stem cells are universal.  This is how tissues regenerate.  It is the adult version of the original birth and growth process.  The secrets of human cell therapy lie in the bone marrow.
   
A catastrophic event such as a myocardial infarction or stroke simply overwhelms the number of stem cells and the progenitor cells available for tissue repair.  Scar tissue results to seal the wound.  We can intervene in the process by delivering a therapeutic dose of the adult stem cells, the progenitor cells and the co-factors to the damaged tissue to grow new tissue, essentially repeating how the body was created. What we do not know is how the body tells the stem cells what to become.  Cell to cell communication is a very open area of research.  Based on my experience with bioactive energy fields involving far infrared light, laser light, microwave energy, ultrasound, sound, magnets, electricity and mechanical vibrations, I know the answer will reside as much in energy medicine as it does in the biochemical model.  We will unlock the energy code and be able to direct the tissue repair by mimicking the cells signaling mechanisms.  The energy field is likely to be in the quantum physics range of intensity.

Recent stem cell research has also revealed the tremendous power of umbilical cord stem cells to generate new tissue.  Umbilical cord stem cells are essentially the same as the adult stem cells found in the bone marrow only they are younger and more vibrant in their activity.  A recent article published by National Geographic stated it best:
Umbilical Cord Blood: The Future of Stem Cell Research?
Erica Lloyd
For National Geographic News
April 6, 2006
Researchers at the University of Minnesota recently announced that they were able to largely reverse the effects of stroke in lab rats using stem cells found in human umbilical cord blood.  In the experiment, conducted by neurologist Walter Low and his colleagues, the transplanted stem cells took on properties of brain cells and seemed to spur the rats' brains to "rewire" themselves.
The researchers almost fully healed the rats 48 hours after the animal’s sustained brain damage. Typically doctors need to act within three hours to treat a human stroke patient successfully.
Cord-blood cell transplants are already becoming common as a therapy for diseases of the blood. Now scientists like Low are finding that stem cells from umbilical cord blood—once thought capable only of turning into blood cells—may be able to grow into other kinds of cells as well.  Such advances are casting cord blood, previously regarded as medical waste left after childbirth, in a new light.  But while experts are optimistic about the future of cord blood as a source for new stem cell therapies, they disagree about how this potentially life-saving resource should be handled.
An Appealing Source of Stem Cells
It's not clear yet whether the therapy Low's team used on rats will ever be safe or effective in humans.  But many people with other life-threatening conditions have been healed with this easily collected source of stem cells.  Today doctors use cord blood cells to treat about 70 diseases, mostly anemias or cancers of the blood, such as leukemias and lymphomas.
Patients with immune-system diseases—like Severe Combined Immunodeficiency, commonly called the Boy in the Bubble Disease—have also responded to cord blood treatment. "[Cord blood stem cells] can be used to replace failed blood cells," explained Kristine Gebbie, a professor of nursing at Columbia University in New York.  Six thousand patients worldwide have been treated with cord blood stem cell transplants to date, though the U.S. Food and Drug Administration still considers the procedure experimental.
For the therapies, doctors typically obtain cord blood from the placentas of volunteer donors after they give birth. The blood is then banked with one of several public registries.  If the donor and patient aren't genetically similar enough, the patient's body will reject the transfusion. The result can be fatal.  "A war goes on [between donor and recipient cells], and you want the donor [cells] to win," said Mary Laughlin, an expert in cord blood transplantation on the faculty at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
But cord blood transplants are more forgiving than other procedures, like bone marrow transplants, if the donor isn't a perfect genetic match.  And as volunteer donor banks grow, patients are often able to find suitable cord blood donor matches months before they might identify an appropriate bone marrow donor.
The Center for Cord Blood in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the largest public donor bank in the United States, reports that the likelihood of finding a perfect match in its bank has doubled in the last four years.  The center's Web site states that more than 95 percent of patients searching its registry are able to find suitable matches today.  Some companies, however, are encouraging families to save their own cord blood rather than donate it.
Keep It in the Family?
Each year thousands of new parents arrange for their newborns' cord blood to be saved and cryogenically frozen by private cord-blood banking services.  Families pay cord-blood banks up to U.S. $1,700 to freeze the blood, plus an annual storage fee of around $125.  The child and his or her family will then have exclusive use of the cells if the need for a transplant should arise.
A child's own cord blood is guaranteed to be a perfect match for that child. This means there's theoretically no chance that the cells will be rejected after transplantation.  But in the case of some diseases, doctors consider it unwise to use a child's own cord blood cells for treatment, says Columbia University's Gebbie.
Gebbie chaired a panel that advised the U.S. federal government regarding cord-blood banking. "The cells may already carry in them the seeds of the cancer that you are trying to treat [in the child]," she said.  In other words, in cases of some genetic diseases, including many leukemias, doctors fear they would end up transplanting cells that would later become cancerous if they used a patient's own cord blood for the procedure.
For this reason, most transplants using privately stored blood are performed on the donors' siblings, explains Morey Kraus.  Kraus is chief technology officer for ViaCell, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company that offers a private cord-blood banking service called ViaCord.  "There's a higher probability of finding a match in the family than in a registry," Kraus said.
Experts agree that the odds are better that a patient will have a successful transplant from a donor who's a sibling rather than someone who isn't related.  But neither the American Academy of Pediatrics nor the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society recommend that parents of healthy children should store their child's cord blood with private banks.
Gebbie agrees. "Were I still in a child-bearing mode, or if my daughter during her two recent pregnancies had asked me [if she should bank her baby's cord blood], I would have said, No," she said.  "It's an ongoing cost that has very little promise of being useful or successful for your child."
Some medical studies, like a 1997 report from the Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, estimate that there's a 1-in-2,700 chance that a child will get a disease that's advisable to treat with the child's own blood.  The chance that a child will get a disease that's treatable with a sibling's cord blood is much more likely. ViaCord's Kraus says that chance is about 1 in 328.
But Laughlin, of Case Western Reserve University, says those numbers don't tell her much.  She estimates that a child has roughly a 1-in-100,000 chance of getting acute leukemia.   "Then 85 percent of those 1 in 100,000 are cured with chemotherapy," she said.  "They don't need a transplant. Childhood leukemia is very curable now just with chemotherapy. So that reduces 1 in 100,000 to 1 in 800,000."
Laughlin says the incidence of those diseases for which cord blood is typically used is too low to warrant private banking. But preliminary research on more common disorders, like Low's stroke studies in rats, has her looking toward the future.  Laughlin is betting, for example, that diabetes will be treated one day by cord-blood transplants.  ViaCord's Kraus said, "There's a huge uncertainty out there about where stem cell technology will come from and what kinds of stem cells will be used to treat what were formerly considered incurable diseases."
Building the Public Infrastructure
Minnesota's Low says he would prefer parents donate cord blood to a central reserve that's available to everyone, strengthening existing public banks.  "To me, that makes more sense," he said. "You make sort of a national cord-blood bank that everyone can deposit into and everyone can draw from."  He's not the only one thinking this way.
In 2004 the U.S. federal government set aside money to establish a central system for cord blood banking, to be facilitated by the Department of Health and Human Services.  Last year President George W. Bush signed into law the Stem Cell Therapeutic and Research Act, which supports building a reserve of 150,000 cord blood units from ethnically diverse donors.
Gebbie is optimistic that an effective national system will be in place soon.  The biggest challenge, she says, is getting more units from minority groups.  Because of limited donor pools, minorities have had difficulty finding suitable matches.  Fixing that will require outreach and advertising to those communities. But, she said, "it's not a ten-year project."
The Stowe Foundation and Regenerative Medicine
The Stowe Foundation is creating human cell therapy that can be certified as safe and effective by the FDA.  The human cell therapy will be based on our proprietary understandings of how to safely and effectively deliver stem cell transplants to repair or regenerate new tissue and organs with point of care service and to simultaneously eliminate the chronic inflammation responsible for the progressive degeneration of the vital organ or injured tissue.   The Stowe Foundation will also support stem cell therapy for the veterinarian business.  Each tissue or organ of the body will require a separate procedure.  The protocols are novel combinations of different medical devices, biological medicines and surgical procedures.  The Stowe Foundation represents the first time these devices, procedures and biological products have been combined in the attempt to deliver a safe and effective human cell therapy. The IP is worthy of patent protection.   

The protocols will be optimized as our knowledge and experience grows with each individual protocol.  For example one protocol will be required for acute myocardial infarctions and one for chronic heart failure patients.  For chronic heart failure patients there will probably need to be distinct protocols for treating patients who had by-pass surgery and one protocol for those who had stents to treat the myocardial infarction.   The FDA recognizes the novel nature of the procedures by requiring first laboratory studies to identify and characterize the biological blood product, followed by large animal studies to demonstrate the safety and efficacy prior to human clinical studies and then a round of phase I clinical trials on humans to proof safety, progressing to phase II studies for efficacy and then multi center phase III studies for proof that the results can be duplicated.

Treating knees and joints will require distinctly separate procedures from the cardiac care protocols.  Treating cirrhosis of the liver induced by alcohol will be different then treating cirrhosis induced by Hepatitis C.  Treating emphysema of the lungs from tobacco smoke will be a distinct protocol.   The FDA will require the entire round of laboratory studies on the biological agents, the animal studies and the human clinical studies.  The Stowe Foundation technology platform will guide those studies. The FDA certifications obtained by The Stowe Foundation have been licensed to Stowe BioTherapy for commercial application.  The commercial applications provide royalties to the Stowe Foundation to expand the mission of the Public Charity.  It is a true public/private partnership to change healthcare in the US and throughout the world.     
The technology platform now under investigation by the Stowe Foundation includes adult stem cells from the patient’s bone marrow, treated umbilical cord stem cells to remove the immune rejection, biological medicines, autologous vaccines, patient specific transfer factors and advanced energy medical devices.  It is all supported and built around Applied BioLogics.  The human immune system must be properly nourished or it will not work.  Conversely, getting a chronic illness into permanent remission is more then just changing to a healthy diet.
The original paperwork filed in 2003 with the IRS was to register The Stowe Foundation as a private 501c3 non-profit medical research foundation.  This would permit the Stowe Foundation to seek out financial donations and to work with other philanthropic organizations. During the registration process, the IRS determined that work of the Foundation was being done in the public’s interest and the work enjoyed broad public support.  Hence in January of 2005, the IRS registered the Stowe Foundation as a 501c3 Public Charity. 

In August of 2005, Dr Stowe closed his immune therapy clinic, the BioTherapy Clinic of Texas, to dedicate full time to the Stowe Foundation and the development of adult stem cell therapy.  By 2005 many of the immune therapy protocols had matured to a very high level.  Adult stem cells produced by the bone marrow are the heart and soul of the human immune system.  Adult stem cells are the focus of Regenerative Medicine and Applied BioLogics is the central theme of Comprehensive Immune Therapy, a very advanced form of Personalized Medicine.  The Stowe Foundation is a unique facility where the science and technology of Applied BioLogics and Regenerative Medicine can be supplied to the benefit of the patient.  The Stowe Foundation opened it first Center for Regenerative Medicine, Stowe BioTherapy on June 30, 2007 in San Diego, CA.

Stowe BioTherapy – Medical Oasis

Stowe BioTherapy is the legacy that honors Edith Stowe.  The medical oasis in San Diego, CA is available to all who wish to utilize the biological techniques that put her encounter with pancreatic cancer into remission and put her son’s osteosarcoma into remission.  It is the entry point for access to the healing powers of adult stem cells.  It is a beacon of hope for those who face a chronic illness and it is a place where all can come to repair a traumatic injury.  Stowe BioTherapy is in fact the future of Surgery and Medicine.

The Stowe Foundation
 
Registered as a Public Charity, The Stowe Foundation has the same legal standing as the American Cancer Society, The American Diabetes Association, The American Heart Association The United Way, The Red Cross, and Habitat for Humanity plus other caused based national charities.  Our belief is that patient specific and personalized immune therapy; coupled with Regenerative Medicine using adult stem cells, holds the key to finding a cure for chronic illness in all of its forms.  The protocols that evolve from The Stowe Foundation technology platform will be certified to the new standards of CBER and the FDA.  The clinical studies will be conducted at Stowe BioTherapy and The Stowe Foundation will help fund those studies.   

Regenerative Medicine holds the key to reversing diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, cancer, MS, ALS, Lupus, stroke and spinal cord injuries.  Each condition has the potential to be reversed with the aggressive application of comprehensive immune therapy to restore the body’s natural ability to heal itself coupled with adult stem cells to regenerate the organs, glands and tissues that have been damaged by the disease process.  The Stowe Foundation refers to comprehensive immune therapy as Applied BioLogics and the use of adult stem cells recovered from the patient’s bone marrow and donor’s umbilical cord blood as Regenerative Medicine.   
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At the conclusion of his mother’s therapy and remission of the pancreatic cancer, Dr Stowe moved his consulting firm, Applied Biological Medicine back to Fort Worth, TX.  He established a relationship with several practitioners of holistic medicine in Dallas/Ft. Worth and helped open the BioTherapy Clinic of Texas in 2001.  Dr. Stowe served as Science Advisor to the clinic while licensed healthcare providers took medical responsibility for patient care. 
It was also during this time that Matol, a prominent network marketing company in Canada, hired Dr. Stowe through Applied Biological Medicine to develop structure and function claims for their line of nutritional products and to assist in product line development.  Health benefits claims and structure and function claims all came into existence when the FDA was forced to create CBER in 1998.  With the creation of CBER, the FDA had to come out with new labeling laws regarding nutritional supplements, herbs and functional food beverages and whole food supplements.  Based on his work with SUAC and the True Health study, Matol considered Dr. Stowe to be the perfect spokesman for the holistic health industry.  Matol arranged a North American speaking tour to promote the benefits of immune therapy.  The speaking tour also became a lead generation system for patients to the BioTherapy Clinic of Texas and the international clinics associated with comprehensive immune therapy and human cell therapy.

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Das stinkt schlimmer als ein alter Trawler randvoll vergammeltem Fisch. Ein kanadisches Schneeballsystem heuert Stowe als Berater für die Konzeption der gesundheitsbezogenen Aussagen an. Was ist das anderes als Betrug durch unwahre Tatsachenbehauptungen und deren Verschleierung durch hinterhältige Beschreibungen und Klauseln? Stowe MUSS das gewußt haben. Wenn Stowe das gewußt hat (und er HAT es gewußt!), ist er alles andere ehrlich. Damit fällt seine Glaubwürdigkeit betreffend die medizinischen Aussagen.

Wenn die Glaubwürdigkeit zum Teufel ist, was ist dann mit all dem, was er angezettelt hat? Dort muß es stinken.





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« Reply #16 on: March 08, 2011, 08:04:31 PM »

Die Suche nach dieser Klinik zeigt, wie klein doch die Welt ist. Vor etwas über einem Jahr kamen Meldungen über zwei Krankenschwestern, die als Whistleblower ausgepackt hatten UND DAFÜR verknackt worden waren. Ein unglaublicher Justizskandal, der weltweites Aufsehen erregte.

Der Blog "Junkfood Science" hat vom Beginn einen Bericht mit mehreren großen Zitaten. Ich nehme das sicherheitshalber komplett hier rüber, damit man ein Gesamtbild kriegt. Der Blog "Junkfood Science" von Sandy Szwarc hat einen Preis eingeheimst und man sollte sich eine Bookmark drauf setzen:

http://junkfoodscience.blogspot.com/2009/09/who-will-speak-out-for-you.html

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Who will speak out for you?

Two New Mexico nurses have paid a heavy price for following their consciences and the basic tenet of the nurse’s Code of Ethics — the ethical duty to protect and advocate for the rights, health and safety of patients. After unsuccessfully going up the chain of command at the Winkler County Memorial Hospital, a small West Texas hospital in Kermit, Texas, they made an anonymous report to the Texas Medical Board with concerns about a doctor selling his own sham herbal remedies to patients in the hospital’s emergency department and at a health clinic.

When the Texas Medical Board contacted the doctor to investigate him for poor quality of care, the doctor went to the Winkler County Sheriff who left no stone unturned to learn the identity of the nurses, including accessing confidential patient records and issuing a search warrant to seize their work computers. The whistle blower nurses were fired from their jobs, imprisoned and criminally prosecuted, and later let out on $5,000 bonds. They will finally face a jury trial next week for third-degree felony charges, carrying potential penalties of two-to-ten years’ imprisonment and maximum fines of $10,000.

Experienced nurses, whose only “crime” was to report to the appropriate medical agency something they felt was medically unsound and unethical, were imprisoned, their livelihoods taken, and criminally prosecuted.

In America.


The Court case

The court documents and exhibits (available in Plaintiff’s original complaint here), describe what has been described in an editorial published in the Austin American Statesmen as “a stunning display of good ol' boy idiocy and abuse of prosecutorial discretion.” The registered nurses, Ann Mitchell and Vickilyn Galle, had each been employed by the hospital for about two decades with good work histories. They were co-medical staff coordinators who worked in its quality improvement and utilization management department. Their responsibilities included credentialing physicians and reviewing patient quality issues and following patients throughout their hospital stay to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations.

Dr. Rolando Arafiles, Jr., M.D., had been hired by the hospital in April 2008 and at the time of hire was still subject to a three-year order by the Texas Medical Board prohibiting him from supervising or delegating prescription writing. Since then, two physicians at the hospital, and emergency room and clinic staff, had presented to the hospital’s administrator and Board of Control concerns about his standard of care and performance of medical procedures, but no action was ever taken. When the hospital’s chief of staff had requested a meeting with the doctor and hospital administrator and the nurses, the hospital administrator cancelled three meetings in a row and Dr. Arafiles was granted privileges. After three months of efforts, the chief of staff was able to present his concerns to the hospital board which included documentation and case reviews.

Finally, the nurses, believing they had an ethical and legal duty to report to licensing boards care that they had reasonable cause to believe exposed a patient to substantial risk of harm, filed an anonymous report to the Board with concerns about Dr. Arafiles selling herbal remedies that were not in the hospital formulary to patients. Afraid that if they signed their names the administrator would fire them, their letter was anonymous.

On April 15, 2009, the Texas Medical Board sent a letter to Dr. Arafiles, informing him that it had received a complaint and was investigating complains of quality of care and non-therapeutic prescribing or treatment and directed him to respond. The doctor took it to the Winkler County Sheriff, Robert Roberts.

Sheriff Roberts and Dr. Arafiles were business associates in an herbal supplement business, according to the court documents.

Sheriff Roberts sent the Texas Medical Board a letter requesting a copy of the complaint, stating he was conducting a criminal investigation of the complainants for the offenses of misuse of official information and harassment of the doctor. He then began an investigation and personally contacted every patient in the letter from the Texas Medical Board, trying to learn the identity of the nurses. When that didn’t work, he learned from their letter to the Texas Medical Board that they were female, over 50 years of age and had worked at the hospital since the 1980s, which helped him narrow down his search. On May 19th, a search warrant was issued for their work computers and their computers were seized and the letter was found. The nurses were then fired on June 1st by the hospital administrator for reporting a patient safety issue to the licensing authority. Not because of any unsatisfactory job performance.

By June 11th, the nurses had been indicted for third degree felonies, charged with “misuse of official information,” with Sheriff Roberts as the only witness to the Grand Jury

Mari Robinson, Executive Director for the Texas Medical Board, sent a letter to the attorneys on June 17th stating that all information provided to the Board was confidential and not subject to subpoena or other means of legal compulsion for release to anyone other than the Board and that the Board depends on reports from healthcare professionals to carry out its duty of protecting the public from improper practitioners. The Board supported the nurses in sharing chart numbers of patients to verify their concerns, stating that the Board is exempt from HIPAA and has the statutory access to hospital records and releasing any such information is not in violation of any laws. They also stated that the legal protections of the nurses and those who provide information to the Board, according to the Medical Practice Act under which the board is statutorily mandated, were being violated. She added:

It is our understanding that, as a result of your actions, the nurses who you allege provided information to the Board have been fired from their jobs at the hospital, have been indicted, been required to hire counsel, and each had to pay $5,000 bond. This action undertaken by your office has adversely impacted the Board’s investigation by its peace officers in this case. Further, it has potentially created a significant chilling effect on the cooperation of any other hospital personnel who might have been able to provide additional information needed by the Board in the completion of its investigation. This is of grave concern to the Board in its implications for this case, as well as other cases…


As part of its investigation of the complaint involving the licensee physician in question, a relevant inquiry will be whether that physician engaged in any activity that was designed to intimidate witnesses or complainants. Such activity is a violation of the Act and constitutes unprofessional and dishonorable conduct…


Ann and Vicky are fighting back and filed suit in federal court alleging they’ve been victims of retaliation for advocating for patients, as well as for violations of their civil rights and due process.


Why’d they do it?

While the court documents give a glimpse of the legal and professional nightmare these nurses have been enduring this year, they don’t reveal what was so troubling to them in the first place and what was going on at the hospital that they felt compelled to speak out. The media stories have glossed over that.

The court documents made passing reference to a prior disciplinary action against the doctor by the Texas Medical Board. The full story is on the Texas Medical Board’s website. Dr. Arafiles, who had received his medical degree from the University of the East, Quezon City in the Philippines in 1977, had been disciplined by the state licensing Board in April 2007. While working as a contracting supervising physician at a weight loss clinic, for months Dr. Arafiles had signed off on the prescriptions written by his physician assistant. The clinic protocol called for use of phentermine for obesity, even in patients whose BMI was under 30, as well as use of diuretics for potential side effects of hypertension, even in patients who weren’t experiencing hypertension or edema. The Board found that Dr. Arafiles had only reviewed his physician assistant’s files and was present at the clinic about 5% of the time the clinic was open, rather than the required supervision of his delegate a minimum of 20%. The Texas Medical Board took disciplinary action against Dr. Arafiles based on “unprofessional or dishonorable conduct that is likely to deceive, defraud or injure the public… because he, acting through his delegate, failed to practice medicine in acceptable professional manner consistent with public health and welfare.” He was prohibited from supervising physician assistants or nurse practitioners, assessed a $1,000 penalty, and made to complete continuing education on medical ethics, medical records and the treatment of obesity.

The nurses’ complaint expressed concern about his selling alternative herbal remedies to patients in the emergency department and a rural health clinic, but it’s easy to get a better understanding of the full extent of his medical practice that troubled them enough to speak out. Here are a couple of publicly-available examples:

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The February 17, 2000 issue of the Victoria Advocate advertised an Alzheimer’s Disease Support Group meeting presented by Dr. Arafiles, discussing nutritional therapy, screening for Alzheimer’s and dementia and offered a "biological terrain assessment." He was the medical director at the BioTherapy Clinics of Texas, an alternative mind-body clinic offering "Immune System Restoration," as well as ultra-darkfield microscopy, acupuncture, bio-terrain analysis, chiropractic, energy management, deep tissue massage, emotional therapy, bodywork, colonics, lymphatic drainage, hormone testing, nutritional and diet counseling , magnetic therapy, food allergy testing, human performance, metabolic programs, weight management, genetic marker testing, dendritic cell therapy, biologic response modifier concepts and more.


Alkaline-reduced water.

Describing himself as the medical director of Texas Innovative Health Options and Wellness Center, he endorsed a water “alkanizer,” writing:

"I know that you realize that unless we conscientiously find ways to protect ourselves from the barrage of xenobiotics in our food, environment, air and other aspects of life then we begine [sic] to lose whatever is healthy in our body. It is no secret today that the three leading causes of premature aging or degeneration are the uncontrolled activity of free radicals in the body, chronic dehydration and a chronic cellular acidity. I still am amused at the looks I see on my patient's face when I tell them that drinking 6~8 glasses of water may solve 50% of some of their ailments. You can thumb through the hundreds of peer-viewed medical literature and find that free radicals and its deleterious effects on the body are well documented. The acidic cellular pH is also now recognized as a hot bed too.

I would not have enough space to mention all the thousands of diseases but one in particular is cancer. Cancer thrives in an acid environment and changing that pH to neutral 6.5~7 may be one of the ways to inhibit cancer growth and/or even make it susceptible to the natural killer cells of the immune system. Fortunately the water from an Alkalizer™ covers these three causes.

I have been sharing this information with my patients. I have made the alkaline reduced water available in my office and treatment rooms… I personally have been blessed by drinking alkaline reduced water. I have reduced the number of supplements that I take. My allergies are less frequent. I have maintained my waist size at 34 inches since I dropped from 38 inches.

Keep up with the good work. together with the rest of health professionals that believe in the use of natural options to health we will keep touching more lives and helping people attain the quality of life they choose."



The website for the alkanizer claims that ionization makes water more hydrating, that its electrons make free radicals harmless, that drinking alkaline water will help flush the acidity and toxins out of your body, and that alkaline water balances today’s acidic diet and lifestyle and enable the body to heal naturally. Purportedly, the more alkalized water you drink, the healthier you’ll be. Among the numerous benefits of alkaline water claimed, are for treating:

"Blood pressure
Osteoporosis
Constipation
Migraines
Urea stones
Faster healing
Acne
Fibromyalgia
Low energy/sluggishness
Morning sickness
Blood circulation
Diarhhea [sic]
Muscle aches after exercise
Water retention
Obesity
Acid reflux / heartburn
Arthritis
Nausea
Hyper-acidity
Colds
Hangovers
Body odor
Chronic fatigue
Cholesterol
Cancer
Stress"



As covered at JFS [Junk Food Science] repeatedly, all of this — ionized alkaline water, the need to drink lots of water for health, weight control or to flush toxins from the body and detox — is pseudoscience and quackery. You can learn more water pseudoscience at Dr. Stephen Lower’s H2O.con. The science on the other alternative modalities in his biotherapies can be researched by following the JFS links above and using the Google search tool on the right hand side bar of JFS. It is easy to understand why experienced medical professionals and these nurses might have been so concerned about the supplements and goodness knows what else patients in the emergency room were being sold.


Consequences

Medical professionals, especially nurses who are generally lower on the food chain, so to speak, are increasingly reticent to speak out when they see unsound, unethical or corrupt things going on in healthcare. It is hard to do the right thing. They know and see the consequences of following their consciences and the Code of ethics. This is not an isolated incident. Three California nurses were suspended after they reported a doctor who later admitted giving a lethal injection to a child and another nurse was threatened with firing after refusing to follow a doctor’s verbal order to administer morphine until a patient stopped breathing. A California nurse was threatened with firing for reporting unsafe patient care practices. A registered nurse in San Antonio was fired when she voiced concerns about unsafe staffing at a dialysis center. A San Antonio hospital posted a notice to employees that anyone who went outside the hospital with a report of unsafe or unethical practices violated the state’s “Safe Harbor Law” and would face discipline and even termination. This “violates the basic premise of whistle-blower laws — to free up an individual from the internal politics of the workplace,” wrote Linda R. Srungaram, RN, an experienced emergency room nurse.

Ann and Vicky courageously did the right thing and had the expertise to understand how patients could be harmed. Yet, they only came up against the interests of a single doctor. What do you think happens to nurses who might dare to report something unethical or corrupt that affects entire institutions, comes up against well-funded drug companies or counters powerful political interests?

If nurses following their professional ethics and good consciences are prosecuted for speaking out on behalf of patients, how many nurses will avert their eyes and shut their mouths when they see unsafe, unsound or unethical patient care or corruption, for fear of being hauled off on criminal charges?

All nurses and healthcare professionals will be watching what happens to these nurses in court next week.

But so should each of us.


© 2009 Sandy Szwarc

posted by Sandy at 9/19/2009

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The full story is on the Texas Medical Board’s website.

Dr. Arafiles, who had received his medical degree from the University of the East, Quezon City in the Philippines in 1977, had been disciplined by the state licensing Board in April 2007.

While working as a contracting supervising physician at a weight loss clinic, for months Dr. Arafiles had signed off on the prescriptions written by his physician assistant. The clinic protocol called for use of phentermine for obesity, even in patients whose BMI was under 30, as well as use of diuretics for potential side effects of hypertension, even in patients who weren’t experiencing hypertension or edema.

The Board found that Dr. Arafiles had only reviewed his physician assistant’s files and was present at the clinic about 5% of the time the clinic was open, rather than the required supervision of his delegate a minimum of 20%.

The Texas Medical Board took disciplinary action against Dr. Arafiles based on “unprofessional or dishonorable conduct that is likely to deceive, defraud or injure the public… because he, acting through his delegate, failed to practice medicine in acceptable professional manner consistent with public health and welfare.”

He was prohibited from supervising physician assistants or nurse practitioners, assessed a $1,000 penalty, and made to complete continuing education on medical ethics, medical records and the treatment of obesity.
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1000 Dollar Strafe!? Da lachen ja die Hühner. 1000 Dollar, das ist ein Schnipps aus der Portokasse. Diese Typen verschieben MILLIONEN! Die Millionen machen sie mit diesem Schrott:

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Biotherapy.
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BioTherapy Clinics of Texas, an alternative mind-body clinic offering

"Immune System Restoration," as well as
ultra-darkfield microscopy,
acupuncture,
bio-terrain analysis,
chiropractic,
energy management,
deep tissue massage,
emotional therapy,
bodywork,
colonics,
lymphatic drainage,
hormone testing,
nutritional and diet counseling ,
magnetic therapy,
food allergy testing,
human performance,
metabolic programs,
weight management,
genetic marker testing,
dendritic cell therapy,
biologic response modifier concepts
and more.

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Wie verträgt sich damit der Gemeinnützigkeit, die Stowe anscheinend so schätzt und anstrebt? Gar nicht! Was die Burschen treiben, ist Bandenkriminalität, organisiertes Verbrechen.

Wie tief hängt die Mafia mit drin? Daß sie drinhängt, ist keine Frage. Die Frage ist nur noch: wie tief? Besonders die Verbindungen in die Bahamas lassen SEHR TIEF blicken, vor allem die (um zwei Ecken) zur Pornoszene...
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Das in Junk Food Science schon erwähnte Thema Wasser taucht hier wieder auf. Stowe hat eine Firma für besonderes Wasser gegründet, für die er ein "Interveiw" gibt, das ich der Website der Firma entnehme.


http://www.essenceoflife.com/faqs.php

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These questions have been addressed and are being answered by Dr. Larry Stowe. Dr. Stowe is the managing director of The Stowe Foundation, a non-profit research and development corporation, and BioTherapy Clinic of Texas.

He is also the CEO of Biogenic Research Corporation. He was a founding member of "Survive Until A Cure", a non-profit medical research foundation. Early in his professional career, Dr. Stowe was a Senior Research Engineer for Mobil Oil and an international consultant to Mobil Oil Exploration and Production. He is also a technology partner with Los Alamos National Laboratory and has been an invited speaker at the White House Symposium on the Development of Environmental Technology.


Dr. Stowe obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in Chemical Engineering and Biomolecular Engineering. His investigation of immune therapy as a treatment option for chronic disease has provided a strong insight into the concept of preventative medicine. He has always maintained that "a healthy body does not have to become diseased." Dr. Stowe lectures throughout the United States and internationally on the application of immune therapy, both as a preventative measure and for its therapeutic benefits.

Dr. Stowe is the Science Advisor and Chairman of EON Beverage Group, Inc. As a result of his studies and research in the field, he helped to found this company with the belief that it is time for the science and benefits of structured water to make it to the marketplace and, thus, into the homes of families who are seeking true health.

Q. Dr. Stowe, before we explore the physical properties and attributes of EON, tell us about hydration in the body. How important is it for good health?

Q. How do you measure the absorption of water into the cells?

Q. On your EON Essence of Life label, you have the statement "All waters are not created equal" - Can you elaborate on that?

Q. What is structured or clustered water?

Q. There are a lot of skeptics out there. Do these water clusters work and is EON structured purified water superior?

Q. Why is EON the best water in your opinion?

Q. You seem to be saying that to our cells and proper body function, water is everything. How so?

Q. When you say EON, Essence of Life, what do you mean and what about its effect on the chronically ill, the well trained athlete, or the average person?

Q. What can you say about the effect that EON can have on the anti-aging and longevity aspects in the average person?

Q. How many bottles of EON should the average person drink per day to maintain good health and optimal cellular hydration?

Q. Is EON water good for seniors and children?

Q. Can I lose weight by drinking EON?

Q. Can I freeze EON and can I cook with it - for instance, can I make tea with it?

Q. In your answer to my question about the anti-aging and longevity aspects of life, you refer to other functional EON brands such as a diet drink, a sport drink, etc, so you must be planning on developing other products using EON technology. What might those be and what would they do for us?

Q. OK, we understand that EON is special and more effective than any of the other waters for optimum cellular hydration. It will also be more expensive than a typical ½ liter bottle of spring water. What am I getting for my money?

Q. Dr. Stowe, before we explore the physical properties and attributes of EON, tell us about hydration in the body. How important is it for good health?

A. Well, first of all, let me start by saying that all water IS NOT created equal! There are two types of "water" in the body, inter-cellular and intra-cellular fluid. Inter-cellular fluid is the fluid outside an individual cell, while intra-cellular fluid is the fluid inside the cell. Both are necessary for the proper functioning of the cell, but most people do not recognize the absolutely crucial nature of drinking water that can achieve maximum intra-cellular hydration. To have biological activity, the cells must absorb the water.

Research in the field of cellular hydration has shown that when cells absorb water and swell up, the action triggers the anabolic (rebuilding) healing mechanism. The anabolic state is accompanied by a positive nitrogen balance, protein synthesis and growth hormone release. Cellular hydration results in a balanced pH, increased fat burning, better resistance to viruses and reduced free radical damage. When cells become dehydrated, the action triggers the catabolic (degenerative) state, which can be seen as muscle wasting, inflammation and premature aging.
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Q. How do you measure the absorption of water into the cells?

A. There are Bioelectric Impedance Machines (BIM) registered with the FDA, such as the RJL systems Quantum X, which can precisely measure the levels of intra-cellular fluid in the body. The need for proper cellular hydration is so important that most cardiac care facilities now utilize the RJL system to monitor their patients. You want to be drinking water where your cells are constantly hydrated with a maximum amount of intra-cellular fluid. When Doctors say, "Drink plenty of water or you will become dehydrated", they are talking about the water around your cells, the inter-cellular water. With EON we are talking about intra-cellular hydration, the water inside the cells themselves.
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Q. On your EON Essence of Life label, you have the statement "All waters are not created equal" - Can you elaborate on that?

A. The modern scientific understanding of water clearly shows that all waters are not created equal when it comes to their ability to put water inside the cells. The cells of the body make up the tissues, which in turn extend their organization to the level of an organ (like the liver and kidney) and then to the systems of the body, such as the digestive system, the endocrine system and the central nervous system. The body simply does not function properly when the cells are dehydrated. Dehydrated cells can lead to cell hypoxia (oxygen starvation and no energy), cell catabolism (cell death), DNA damage (cancer), cell acidity (accumulated toxins that short circuit enzymatic pathways) and accelerated cell aging (improper function). Accumulate enough dehydrated cells and you have a systemic failure, such as a heart attack. EON, using proprietary technology, has created Essence of Life structured purified water to specifically hydrate cells. Comparative studies amongst the different types of water, such as spring water, distilled water, tap water and purified water, prove EON's superior hydrating capacity. Further studies show that EON can physically change the ratio between intra-cellular water and inter-cellular water to improve health. Healthy people have 60 % of the total fluid content of their body inside the cells; the chronically ill usually only average about 40 % of their fluid inside the cells. It is this ratio that I discovered must change in order to restore health to patients with compromised immune systems. The breakthrough technology offered by EON is based on managing the very specific properties of water that are required to maximize cellular hydration. Our technology is an extension of the sentinel research conducted in the late 1990's on the very nature of water.
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Q. What is structured or clustered water?

A. Structured water or water clusters are molecules that are held together in small clusters of rings, similar to the shape of a snowflake. Structured water contains the properties necessary to help it flow easily through the cell membranes, delivering vital information back and forth to each cell. Structured waters behave like miniature transmitters and receivers, working to keep the body healthy. The water inside the cells of our body makes it possible to create energy, generate thought and movement, transport nutrients and eliminate toxins. Water is responsible for enabling the reception and transmission of vital information throughout the 10 trillion cells in our body. The most efficient form of water for accomplishing these tasks is clustered. Water Clusters are structured so that they are similar to the water we all had inside our cells when we were born.
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Q. There are a lot of skeptics out there. Do these water clusters work and is EON structured purified water superior?

A. Yes and Yes. In 1996, K Liu, J.D. Cruzan, and R.J. Saykally published an astounding article in the prestigious journal Science titled "Water Clusters". The article showed both the theoretical and physical presence of crystalline structures within the water matrix and changed forever how we must view the dynamic properties of water. The crystalline structures reflect the powerful nature of the hydrogen bond forces that are unique to the water molecule. In a follow-up article published in Nature Liu & Saykally mapped the dominant structures found in water. Amongst the 5 lowest-energy water hexamer structures (prism, cage, book, boat and cyclic forms), the most stable form of H2O6 is indeed a cage-like structure, held together by eight hydrogen bonds. Over time, many more complex water structures have been identified. Some of this continuing work was carried out at South Bank University in London in the United Kingdom by Martin Chaplin and published in Biophys Chem 2000.

Further research into the fundamental properties of water at Duke University, indicates that liquid water can be thought of as a seething mass of water molecules in which hydrogen bonded clusters are continually forming, breaking apart, and reforming. Theoretical models predict that the average cluster may encompass as many as 90 H2O molecules at 0 degrees centigrade, so that very cold water can be thought of as a collection of ever-changing ice-like structures. At 70 degrees centigrade, the average cluster size is probably no greater than about 25 H2O molecules.

What is emerging is a crystal clear picture of water. Water, being dipolar, can be partly aligned by an electric field and this may be easily shown by the movement of a stream of water by an electric source, as discovered and reported by S. T. Bramell in his article, Ferroelectric Ice, published in 1999 in Nature magazine. Water is diamagnetic and may be levitated in very high magnetic fields, as demonstrated by Y. Ikezoe in his article, Making Water Levitate, published in 1998 in Nature magazine. Consequently, the electrical, magnetic and hydrogen-bonding forces present will dominate the crystalline structure of the water at any given time. With modern engineering techniques to manipulate high-density magnetic and electrical fields, reverse osmosis technology to purify the base water supply, and infusion technology to manage the hydrogen proton levels and implant a crystal template into the finished product, EON has engineered a state of the art production system to manufacture water that can have very precise properties. These capabilities have been captured through photomicrographs of the crystal structures that can be created with structured water technology. EON has tested many of these waters to locate the structure that has the best hydrating capacity and this structure was selected to become EON's Essence of Life Structured Purified Water.
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Q. Why is EON the best water in your opinion?

A. EON's Essence of Life is water that has been structured using a highly proprietary and energetic process. The result is a refreshing and great tasting water that:
Increases Cellular Hydration
Enhances Nutrient and Oxygen Delivery to the Cells
Restores Cellular Detoxification Functions
Improves Cellular Electrical Properties


The concept is simple, but is only achieved through very advanced science. EON provides the science that makes structured water and all of its great potential benefits a reality. Again, I personally believe that EON delivers what others claim.
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Q. You seem to be saying that to our cells and proper body function, water is everything. How so?

A. To your cells, water IS everything. Over 99% of the biological reactions in the body involve water as the source of a hydrogen proton donor. Water is needed to deliver and metabolize nutrients. Water is required to eliminate toxic waste. The electrical resistance and capacitance of intra-cellular water greatly affects communication pathways throughout the body. Water is needed to support protein structure and enzyme activity. Water even serves as the adhesive that holds together the various structures in a cell's architecture. Even your DNA is bound in its double helix structure by this clustered water. When these functions of water are compromised through de-hydration at the cellular level, disease and the aging process begin to manifest and accelerate.
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Q. When you say EON, Essence of Life, what do you mean and what about its effect on the chronically ill, the well trained athlete, or the average person?

A. The first and foremost treatment of the chronically ill is to re-hydrate the body at the cellular level. No one gets better without that being the first step. EON, Essence of Life Structured Water, received its name from this fundamental principle. The first step to being healthy and robust is to achieve hydration at the cellular level. It is essential to life. Cellular hydration is the key to nutrient delivery. EON'S structured water process makes it happen.
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Q. What can you say about the effect that EON can have on the anti-aging and longevity aspects in the average person?

A. EON'S first line extension beyond Essence of Life Structured Water will be a proton infused drink. The drink will deliver enhanced levels of hydrogen protons to the cells of the body. Hydrogen protons are used in 99% of the biochemical reactions found in the body. EON has developed an infusion process that allows us to generate structured water that incorporates the carbonic acid molecule into the water as a proton donor. The technology allows EON to provide the body a very rapid way to control free radical pathology. Most scientists accept the free radical theory of aging. It is the fundamental reason that holistic physicians preach the use of powerful anti-oxidants such as Co-Enzyme Q10 to protect the heart.


Anti-oxidants neutralize dangerous free radicals by absorbing an electron. The anti-oxidant itself has to be absorbed in sufficient quantity at the cellular level to perform this function in the vicinity of the mitochondria. Taking the anti-oxidant supplements with just the EON Essence of Life structured water will of course improve the value derived from taking Co-Enzyme Q-10. But a second method of neutralizing a free radical is to donate a positively charged proton. EON is developing a beverage that will carry the protons directly into the cells. The protons will not only help control free radicals, but will be a source of the hydrogen atoms needed to promote proper metabolic processes within the cell. The proton infused water will put an excellent anti-aging product on the store shelves.
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Q. How many bottles of EON should the average person drink per day to maintain good health and optimal cellular hydration?

A. One to two bottles per day can give the average person:
More Energy
Better Health
Softer, Smoother Skin
Improved Digestion
Greater Mental Clarity


Two bottles per day would be a great health benefit to the U.S.
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Q. Is EON water good for seniors and children?

A. Absolutely - EON water is excellent for seniors, because they don't drink enough water as it is, and by being able to drink just 1-2 bottles per day, they will get proper cellular hydration. Most seniors want to know the anti-aging effects of what they are taking, and so EON is an excellent anti-aging water that helps with greater mental clarity and gives them all the better health functions that we have talked about. Seniors will benefit greatly from EON water. Now, children receive many benefits also. It's very important that we increase our children's water intake, because they drink too many toxic beverages, in my opinion, known as carbonated sodas. Therefore, we need to increase their daily water consumption, and EON is an excellent way to do that.
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Q. Can I lose weight by drinking EON?

A. It's absolutely essential to losing weight to make sure you are properly hydrated. That means flushing the toxins out of the cells. The body stores toxins in fat cells and, therefore, you have to flush those toxins out in order to lose weight. So, YES, you can lose weight just by drinking EON.
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Q. Can I freeze EON and can I cook with it - for instance, can I make tea with it?

A. This question comes up a lot, and YES you can. You can make cold iced beverages with EON; iced tea is a perfectly good drink. In fact, EON will enhance the flavor of your tea. You can also prepare hot tea. The structures inside the EON beverage are extremely stable. They're not sensitive to the cold and they're not sensitive to the heat.
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Q. In your answer to my question about the anti-aging and longevity aspects of life, you refer to other functional EON brands such as a diet drink, a sport drink, etc, so you must be planning on developing other products using EON technology. What might those be and what would they do for us?

A. One of the first functional drinks that we have on the drawing board, and we are planning several, would be a diet drink. It will be a drink that uses the structured water technology of EON as a carrier agent for the specific nutrients that it takes to help the body burn fat. It's a well known metabolic fact that there are certain nutrients that support the fat burning process in the body. What better way than EON structured water to carry those nutrients into the cells to make sure that's the effect that is taking place? So we're actually planning on producing a diet drink that really helps people lose weight, not just take the sugar out of their bodies. We're also looking at a very effective sport drink that will actually enhance performance. Athletes very much benefit from having properly hydrated cells. Hydration improves the capacity of the muscles to function. The sport drink will provide this along with the proper electrolytes. You can also use EON structured water to carry more oxygen into the cells, to carry more nutrients that support the generation of ATP, which is what the muscles actually use to produce energy. So, there are many benefits.
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Q. OK, we understand that EON is special and more effective than any of the other waters for optimum cellular hydration. It will also be more expensive than a typical ½ liter bottle of spring water. What am I getting for my money?

A. You are getting long life, better performance (if you're an athlete) and better mental clarity. All the things that we look for in physiology for human performance improve when you drink EON water. What do you get for your money? A lifestyle that's magnificent! And, remember, drinking only two bottles per day of EON structured water is equivalent to drinking four or more per day of spring water, ion waters or nutrient enhanced waters because of the superior hydrating capacity of EON. You can drink less and get more.
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Strukturiertes Wasser. Ja, ich finde, DIESE Strukturen sind so eindeutig, eindeutiger geht es nicht. Ein glasklarer Fall von Parasitismus an Ahnungslosen und Kranken. Daß Dr. Arafiles Schrott verkauft hat, paßt perfekt zu dieser absolut eindeutigen Aussage von Stowe. Arafiles war an der Klinik kein Ausreißer, sondern Teil des Systems Stowe.
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« Reply #18 on: March 08, 2011, 08:54:10 PM »

In folgendem Fundstück ist eine interessante Jahreszahl: 1995.

http://www.wbap.com/get/biotherapy/page2.asp

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BioTherapy Clinics of Texas was formed to actualize a fundamental paradigm shift in the treatment of illness, especially cancer, heart disease, viral infections and autoimmune disorders. This shift in strategies focuses on a multi-modal approach, utilizing emerging research from a variety of academic disciplines. In recent years, medical science has created a vast new understanding of the complex human immune system and the body's innate ability to heal itself. New medical technology has emerged from research on the immune system that promises to effectively treat catastrophic disease as manageable illnesses. In addition, research in the area of mind-body medicine is unlocking untapped strategies that can be utilized in the management of the complete patient. The professionals of BioTherapy Clinics of Texas have formulated dynamic individualized treatment models for the integration of these new technologies into traditional approaches by combining the best of traditional medicine with scientifically based alternative techniques thus the emergence of Integrative Medicine. Additionally, BioTherapy Clinics of Texas is committed to ongoing research aimed at discovering new technologies and disciplines that can be integrated into the strategic management of illness. Research must be applied in a clinic in order to benefit the millions of patients afflicted with catastrophic disease each year. The goal of BioTherapy Clinics of Texas is to be the driving force that transforms the practice of medicine in the treatment of all serious illness into a practice that considers the whole human being. To date there are 12 Health Freedom States. Health Freedom States provide the most open regulatory environment for the practice of Integrative Medicine.

We have assembled high-quality professionals who believe in the team approach. They not only search for new ways to conquer disease and discomfort, but listen and understand the individual concerns of every person they see. Patients deserve the right to have options. BioTherapy Clinics of Texas provides these options with complete explanations from a wide array of therapies. These therapies include immunotherapy, dendritic cell therapy, biologic response modifier concepts, and many support therapies such as psychological, nutritional, structural, functional, biochemical and mind-body medicine. We firmly believe that treating the mind, body, spirit and emotions together is essential.
BioTherapy Clinics of Texas is a leader in innovative treatment. We are among the first to adopt a whole body approach to treatment, to offer programs for strengthening minds as well as bodies, to recognize the need for family involvement, to recognize spiritual and emotional needs, and to encourage patients to play an active part in treatment selection. BioTherapy Clinics of Texas has developed and pioneered some unique treatment protocols designed to help modulate a persons own immune system we call it Immune System Restoration. We believe that there are several natural defense mechanisms in our bodies, which fail, thus setting us up for catastrophic illness. To address only one system would be like replacing a fuse in a faulty or shorted out circuit. It may hold for a while, but, eventually, the circuit will become overloaded, causing the entire system to shut down. Thus the whole body approach is the only choice that a logically thinking human being can make.
BioTherapy Clinics of Texas has brought some brilliant minds on board to ensure the success of this endeavor. Lets introduce them to you now.

Lawrence R. Stowe, PhD
Dr. Larry Stowe is the managing director of The Stowe Foundation, a non-profit research and development company, and BioTherapy Clinics of Texas. He is also a founding member of Survive Until A Cure, a non-profit medical research foundation. In recent years, Dr. Stowe has focused his work on the concept of modulating the immune system through biological therapy to treat cancer, viral infections and autoimmune disorders. Some of the key components of these therapies are now under active phase II investigations approved by the FDA. These include in-vivo dendritic cell therapy, whole body hyperthermia and natural killer cell therapy. Early in his professional career, Dr. Stowe was a Senior Research Engineer for Mobil Oil and an international consultant to Mobil Oil Exploration and Production. He is also a technology partner with Los Alamos National Laboratory and has been an invited speaker at the White House Symposium on the Development of Environmental Technology.

Dr. Stowe obtained his dual Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in 1982 and received a masters degree in Chemical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering in 1978 from Iowa State University. He graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering in 1975. During his academic years, Dr. Stowe received a variety of honors including being named a guest lecturer by the University of Illinois.

Starting in 1989, Dr. Stowe began writing numerous articles and white papers on novel medical approaches to the treatment of cancer and viral infections. Among these are:
The Role of Essential Fatty Acids in the Treatment of Viral Infections
Historical and Current Applications of Whole Body Hyperthermia
A Method to Strengthen the Immune System and Enhance Survival Rates in Stage D Prostate Cancer
Dr. Stowes immune therapy concepts were first applied in a controlled clinical trial with 30 AIDS patients in 1989. Dr. Terry Pulse in the Journal of Advancement in Medicine Volume 3, Number 4, published this landmark study in 1990. The clinical trial clearly demonstrated that a devastated immune system could be rebuilt and functionally restored using herbs, nutritional supplements and biologic response modifiers. Dr. Stowe has continued to develop this holistic concept into the field known as nutritional biotherapy. Immune therapy has evolved into one of the cornerstones of an emerging science known as Natural Biologic Medicine. When combined in an integrative program with allopathic medicine, Natural Biologic Medicine can provide a pathway to treating the previously incurable diseases.

Dr. Stowe continued to advance the science of immune therapy through his work on Whole Body Hyperthermia that was able to trigger an aggressive immune response to both cancer and AIDS. Dr. Stowe has lectured at numerous conferences on the outstanding results that have been obtained in the treatment of these intractable conditions. Most recently, Dr. Stowe has worked on the utilization of far infrared light to obtain localized hyperthermia and generate an immune response in the region of a tumor. He has also been conducting studies on the effects of low intensity pulsed magnetic fields for a timed duration. The primary benefits seem to be that this opens up the lymphatic drainage system and thereby accelerates the detoxification process. This method can also be used to enhance blood circulation throughout the body to improve the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the tissue beds. The enhanced circulation and lymphatic drainage leads to a substantial improvement in the bio-terrain of the body. Another field of study is in biofeedback. Biofeedback reports on the biological reactivity and resonance in your body and indicates needs, dysfunctions and vulnerabilities. Biofeedback is a very effective tool which works naturopathically to stimulate and harness the tremendous capacity of the human system for self-healing.

Since 1995 Dr. Stowe has been involved in the therapeutic application of cytokine therapy. Cytokines are the bodys natural biological weapons against malignant cells and invading organisms. In-vivo cytokine production can be stimulated through the use of natural biologic response modifiers that can be extracted from plants such as the aloe vera plant, bacterial wall extracts and medicinal grade mushrooms. It is also possible to harvest endogenous monocytes from a patients blood and then create an autologous blood product in the laboratory that has been significantly enhanced with production of the patients own cytokines. The cytokines can be targeted on the patients cancer by extracting tumor-associated antigens from tissue samples, urine samples and highly purified tumor cell lines. By infusing the vaccine back into the region of the lymph nodes, the bodys immune system can be activated to trigger a healing response. Cytokine therapy combined with Hyperthermia and biologic response modifiers is pointing the way to a non-toxic therapy for metastasized cancer. Manipulating the activity of natural killer cells can further enhance the cell-mediated response of the immune system. The NK Cells do not need an antigen presentation to be effective against abnormal cells and hence NK Cell Therapy offers a novel pathway to treat disease.

Dr. Stowe has personal experience in dealing with cancer. In 1959 at the age of six he was diagnosed and treated for osteosarcoma (bone cancer). The disease was considered fatal at the time and is still considered terminal today. For reasons that are only now becoming apparent, the cancer went into what is termed a spontaneous remission. Dr. Stowes current research is guided by the belief that the conditions that caused his cancer to remit can be duplicated in other cancer patients.

In recent years, medical science has created a vast new understanding of the complex human immune system and the body's innate ability to heal itself. New medical technology has emerged from research on the immune system that promises to effectively treat a catastrophic disease, such as cancer, as a manageable illness. In addition, research in the area of mind-body medicine is unlocking untapped strategies that can be utilized in the management of the complete patient.

Dr. Stowe has developed and pioneered a unique treatment protocol to help stimulate a persons own immune system to recognize and attack tumor cells. His philosophy includes the belief that defective or inadequate antigen (cell surface information) presentation and inadequate T-Cell recognition of tumor cells are the root cause of the development of all illness.

He also strongly believes that people with various illnesses, especially cancer symptoms, can have a much higher requirement of vitamin C and that vitamin C, given in adequate doses, can exert potent anti-tumor effects.
He further believes that the use of effective metabolic inhibitors of angiogenesis (new blood vessel growth) is a useful anti-tumor strategy by itself and enhances the effectiveness of immune-based therapies.

Clinical research has shown that there are five basic anti-tumor strategies:
1. Direct cytotoxicity (cell killing)
2. Angiogenesis inhibition (cutting off blood supply to tumors)
3. Apoptosis induction (programmed cell death)
4. Re-differentiation (cells revert back to normal)
5. Immune system modulation.
His goal is to uncover, through research and clinical trials, ways to achieve these healing responses through a combination of safe, non-toxic, proven therapies.

Rolando Arafiles, M.D., DABFP, FACFP
Dr. Arafiles is our medical director and has 30 years of medical experience a journey that began in 1972 at the University of East Ramon Magsaysay Medical Center in the Philippines. He became a Doctor of Medicine in 1977, graduating from this University. He is certified in the clinical discipline of Integrative Medicine, has a Fellowship with the American College of Family Practice and has a Diplomate with the American Board of Family Practice. Dr. Arafiles is open to innovative options to teach, apply and research modalities in order to integrate them into his practice to help his clients obtain optimal health. He has a keen interest in the integration of conventional medicine with alternative applications of natural healing. He became interested in alternative and complementary medicine several years ago. He began to see, through his family practice, that he kept mending people just to have them return over and over again with yet more afflictions. After spending a great deal of time researching alternative techniques, he came to the conclusion that what he had been doing was treating symptoms without ever touching the cause or root of the afflictions people were bringing to him. He has been very successful using alternative and complementary approaches. His protocols have even helped to eliminate, in some cases, the need for surgical procedures, which, in many of these cases, was the common (but not always necessary or wise) path to take for conventional medicine. He believes that you must treat the WHOLE PERSON to achieve TRUE HEALTH.

Rodney Russell
BS, DC, DCP, FAAIM (Texas)

Dr. Russell was born March 10, 1967, Graduated from Parker Chiropractic College in January of 1997. He has been in private practice since graduating. He has a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy, a degree in Aviation Technology, a Diplomate with the College of Physicians, and a Fellowship with the American Academy of Integrative Medicine. He has been on several radio talk shows, given several seminars on the biological terrain of the human body and its relationship to health and performance. He has been involved with the formulation of several nutritional products and will be bringing out a new line in 2003. His passions are integrative medicine, dark field microscopy, biological terrain assessments of the human body, nutrition, education, learning and discovering new ways to treat the human body, working with patients that no one else has been able to figure out, flying, mountains, nature, bikes, and adventure. Techniques include: Body Integration (limited to very few doctors in the world), Applied Kinesiology, TBM, SOT, NET, NOT, BEST, Allergy Elimination, and a mixture of several more techniques.

Favorite quote: Until the pain of remaining the same hurts more than the pain of change, people will choose to remain the same.

Jestwin Tinker Lee,
BA, BSN, RN, RMT (Texas)

Mr. Lee earned a Bachelor degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and Psychology in 1973. In 1978 he finished a BSN in nursing and became a registered nurse. In 1981 he was certified in Structural Integration at the Rolf Institute. He is also trained in Matrix Repatterning, cranial & visual techniques, aromatherapy, Qui Gong, breathing and energy techniques, reflexology, acupressure, Chinese herbal medicine, various massage and deep tissue techniques, Kinesiology, and extensive martial arts and movement techniques.

Tinker has been able to incorporate the various techniques and disciplines into his own special technique of advanced opening bodywork that focuses on releasing multiple soft tissue stressors thus allowing the body to reach an optimal level of function and efficiency. This work has been very successful in helping chronic pain clients who have made little or no progress using other treatment and therapy modalities. Tinkers Technique reaches structures far beneath the superficial fascia to reverse and relieve chronic musculoskeletal problems and injuries. It is used to relieve problems related to restricted range of motion, chronic pain syndrome, repetitive injury complexes and many other restrictive or debilitating conditions.

Edward Joseph (Texas)
Mr. Joseph has lived and worked in the northeast Tarrant County area for thirty plus years. He owned and operated a successful service business in the area for twenty of those years, proudly serving the residents of the Metroplex. His community involvement includes the NGH, North Texas Chapter, American Cancer Society, Alzheimer's Association, Rotary Club, American Legions, numerous Chambers of Commerce, and other business and professional organizations. He has an AA Degree from American University, was a Leadership Training Instructor in the US Army, has completed courses and been certified in Chronic Pain and Emergency Hypnosis, ADD and Hypnosis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Hypnosis.

Stanley-Richard Wolfe, DVM (Texas)
Dr. Wolfe received a BS in Biological Science from Abilene Christian University in 1978, and a BS (1980) and a DVM (1982) from the University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana. He has been actively engaged in General Veterinary Practice and Surgery for the last 20 years. In addition to receiving postgraduate training in orthopedic surgical and restoration techniques and Pathology, Dr. Wolfe has actively investigated the use of various medical devices for advanced wound healing and regeneration of damaged and non-functional tissues. This included the use of Laser, Photodynamic, Ultraviolet and Physical Medicine devices, especially for the treatment of sepsis in non-healing wounds, non-unions in bones and alleviation of scar formation. Dr. Wolfe has recently applied pluripotent stem cell grafts to non-healing wounds in animals and by pioneering new restorative biological principals is developing multiple clinical applications. He also has an ongoing interest in the use of carbohydrate biocatalysts and peptide biological modulators for the treatment of infectious and neo-plastic diseases and stimulation of wound healing. Dr. Wolfe has been a technical consultant to numerous medical device, diagnostic device and surgical instrument companies during his career. He is currently serving as a consultant for several Dallas based medical and veterinary companies. Dr. Wolfe also provides consultation and professional services to several large practices in the Dallas Metroplex area.


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Stowe ist kein Arzt, sondern Chemiker.

"Since 1995 Dr. Stowe has been involved in the therapeutic application of cytokine therapy." Wie verträgt sich das mit den oben gemachten Aussagen über seine Mutter, bei der 1999 an Bauchspeicheldrüsenkrebs diagnostiziert wurde? Da wird der Eindruck erweckt, Stowe wäre erst 1999 durch Ralph Moss auf die Methoden von Klehr aufmerksam gemacht geworden 1995 ist aber schon VIER Jahre früher!


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pordi

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Die großen Herren und Helden Naturheiler sind abgetaucht!
« Reply #19 on: March 08, 2011, 09:04:51 PM »

In http://www.wbap.com/get/biotherapy/page2.asp ist bei "E-Mail" angegeben:

pb@appliedbiologics.net

Die Domain

http://www.appliedbiologics.net/

ist allerdings eine Schrotthalde, wie bei einem Domaingrabber. Wem gehört sie?

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Reverse Whois:
"Domains by Proxy, Inc." was found in about 10,171,792 other domains

Registrar History: 2 registrars with 2 drops.
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Reverse IP: 13,744,182 other sites hosted on this server.

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Die Webseite ist geparkt bei Godaddy. Godaddy ist auch die Firma, die Verschleierung betreibt. Die Domain ist zwar registiert, aber diejenigen, die sie registriert haben, sind anonym. Warum sind die anonym, wo die doch solche Helden sind, solche großartigen Wissenschaftler, Ärzte und Forscher!? Das stinkt, das stinkt, das stinkt!

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Aus dem Forum von James Randi zitiere ich jetzt einen Thread. Weil sonst der Kontext verloren geht mit all seinen  Hinweisen und Namen, nehme ich den ganzen Thread. Den wichtigen Passus habe ich fett hervorgehoben.

http://forums.randi.org/archive/index.php/t-22956.html

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UnTrickaBLe
10th May 2004, 03:28 AM
http://www.galaxywave.com/

Randi pointed out this shameful, ridiculous and potenitally criminal enterprise in his commentary this week. I have rarely seen a more blatant ripoff in my life, and usually, those are for more innocent swindles, like breast growth or fitness. Can't these Galaxy Wave people be prosecuted for fraud?

If legitimate MDs can be sued for malpractice, what about these outright quacks?

Also, I have to laugh at the picture they are so proud to show off of their "new 3,400 Sq. ft facility in Kingman, AZ"

http://www.galaxywave.com/_borders/Building_Front.gif

In a strip mall. :rolleyes:

I'm sure some cutting-edge, ground-breaking science is being done there.


Quasi
10th May 2004, 06:33 AM
Unfortunately, most law enforcment agencies are not interested in busting quacks. These people are merely pushing the same ideas as homeopaths, naturopaths and many chiros. If the law actually cracked down on them, they would also have to stop a lot of other more entrenched forms of fraud such as traditional chiropractic, naturopathy, hoemopathy and related scams. It is a huge industry, with a lot of political power. Sadly, many politicians have no problem assigning a dollar value to human life, and many law enforcement agencies are of the mind to blindly obey the law regardless of morality (enforcing justice would get them fired.) It really is amazing to me how so many people will go along with fraud even though they know better.


UnTrickaBLe
10th May 2004, 06:41 AM
It seems to me that such an egregious case of fraud as this Galaxy Wave could be the straw that broke the camel's back, if skeptics and consumer advocates really went after them.

I think it would be great to concentrate on one of these totally outrageous quack swindles, focus like a laser on them, and get law enforcement involved.

Galaxy Wave is such a blatant and dangerous medical scam, I think it would collapse like a house of cards under the correct pressure.

I would like to see these people behind bars.

I would also like to see these quacks' credentials. Why do I get the feeling that the "Dr" titles are fraudulent?

http://www.randi.org/images/050704-staff.jpg


The Don
10th May 2004, 06:51 AM
what's the point in going after a small group of quacks ? How many people will it ultimately protect ? What deterrent effect will it have on other so called quacks ?

If the powers that be go after a group like this they will either; go off somewhere else and perpatrate the same things all over again; re-invent the process to evade detection; change the claims from what happens to how people feel (this was done by Seven Seas with Cod Liver Oil - they now say something like "people report a reduction in joint pain......."

The way to *get* these guys would be to organise some kind of action for those of their clients for whom the "treatment" didn't work.


Marian
10th May 2004, 06:57 AM
Note the disclaimer at the end of the website, this is to keep them out of trouble with the medical board (or whatever Arizona has policing bogus medical practices, as it varies state to state)

The scientists at Galaxy Wave Group are not medical doctors. The operators of the ADAM technology do not diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any medical, psychological or emotional condition. These statements and the ADAM Technology have not been reviewed or approved by the FDA or any other government agencies or authorities.

However, such a disclaimer WILL NOT PROTECT THEM if their people are making such claims to their clients (that they can treat and/or cure autism, which seems likely). Unfortunately I can probably predict exactly what they tell families who show interest, that such a disclaimer is necessary because they haven't completed all the federally mandatated testing yet (riiiiight) then they'll offer ancedotal evidence that it has improved various people, and parents desperate to do anything they can for their autistic child will sign up.

And then the business will rely on the disclaimers when and if the treatment fails. They're also an LLC, which helps to shield them (or more accurately the money) from lawsuits.

This section makes me want to vomit: http://www.galaxywave.com/the_math.htm

Anyway I did some googling, and the director is a man named Dr. Joe Champion. I wonder if this is him (seems likely):

http://www.carrboroweb.com/champ.shtml
http://www.handpen.com/Bio/student.htm

And actually it IS the same person, because his website (http://www.transmutation.com) has ADAM information. Sounds like Dr. Joe Champion found another way to 'make gold'. /puke

And per the Arizona medical board's doctor search (http://www.bomex.org/), Dr. Joe Champion is not a medical doctor (which one may have guessed already from the site. He also never claims to be a medical doctor).

Dr. Nataliya Dobrova (listed as Director of Parapsychology) is also not found in the medical board database. They also have the website www.adamtechnology.net.

I was able to find a brief biography for her here: http://www.btcusa.net/docsmain.htm

Dr. Nataliya Dobrova presently holds the position of Director of Parapsychology for the Galaxy Wave Group LLC, headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. Today you will find her assigned to the Bio Therapy Clinics Fort Worth, Texas Office. Within Bio Therapy Clinics Dr. Dobrova is the primary clinical operator of the ADAM (Aphysical Dimensional Access Manager) Technology. Prior to her current assignment for the Galaxy Wave Group LLC, she spent one year assisting in the commercial development of the ADAM Technology.

Dr. Dobrova arrived in the United States from Sevastopol, Ukraine. Her background includes a Doctorate from the Czech Academy of Informatiology. Continuing, she maintains degrees in Clinical Hypnotics, a First Category Degree in Parapsychology and a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. In addition to these studies she maintained a staff position of Parapsychologist in an Advanced Clinic for healing for eight years in the Ukraine.

None of her credentials would qualify her for any medical licensing in the US (or Arizona) AFAIK. (And I only say 'as far as I know' because I don't know what regulations (if any) Arizona has for 'hypnosis' or 'hypnotherapy'.) She also doesn't claim to be a licensed medical professional either, merely director of parapsychology, of which there is no board in the US. /shrug

I'm going to poke around more later today or tomorrow as I have time and find out what agencies would regulate this, IE who it would be proper to report it to, and then find out if they're currently under any sort of investigation or if complaints have been filed.



UnTrickaBLe
10th May 2004, 07:12 AM
Thanks, Marian. :)


Marian
10th May 2004, 07:35 AM
Originally posted by Quasi
Unfortunately, most law enforcment agencies are not interested in busting quacks. These people are merely pushing the same ideas as homeopaths, naturopaths and many chiros. If the law actually cracked down on them, they would also have to stop a lot of other more entrenched forms of fraud such as traditional chiropractic, naturopathy, hoemopathy and related scams. It is a huge industry, with a lot of political power. Sadly, many politicians have no problem assigning a dollar value to human life, and many law enforcement agencies are of the mind to blindly obey the law regardless of morality (enforcing justice would get them fired.) It really is amazing to me how so many people will go along with fraud even though they know better.

I can assure you that that is not the case in California. The problem IMO seems to be that people do not know the appropriate agencies to report problems to. Let's say for example that Bob has a problem with a Chiropractor. Let's say Dr. X claims he can cure manic depression by cracking Bob's bones. It doesn't help, and after 6 months Bob has spent about $2500.00. And fortunately Bob didn't go off your medication in this instance.

Bob is pissed. So Bob goes down to the local police department to file a report. The local police will explain that this matter isn't something that they investigate (which is true). And unfortunately the local police may not know which agency to refer it to. They may suggest that Bob see an attorney or pursue the matter in small claims court to regain his money.

If Bob visits with an attorney, that attorney may know the appropriate agencies to report it to. If not, they may look into it. Let's pretend in this instance that Bob finds an attorney who knows the appropriate board (in California it's Board of Chiropractic Examiners http://www.chiro.ca.gov/).

Now Bob reports his doctor to the board, and files suit to regain his money. What may happen in the investigation is merely a guess, but they will open an investigation on an complaint. So let's assume that in the course of such, the doctor admits to the violation, in exchange for a slap on the wrist. He'll attend continuing education courses, and doesn't even pay a fine.

That wouldn't be unreasonable for a first complaint. Let's assume that the doctor refutes the claims, or has multiple complaints. The Board may (I am not familiar with this board personally so I'm not certain of the scope of power they have for investigation, or if they're peace officers) but for the sake of argument lets assume they engage in an undercover operation, where an officer is told the same claims. If the doctor still wishes to fight it, then they'll have the disciplinary hearing in front of an administrative law judge, who will render a decision.

You can look on the board website to see a list of actions taken against a variety of practioners. Unfortunately it doesn't list what they were investigating, but as you can see, it's a busy business. Also they may have been hit by the CA budget issues, which have also limited the number of investigators in a variety of departments.

The agencies responsible for overseeing their areas are very interested in busting the quacks. It really isn't an issue of law enforcement not caring. The problems are much more realistic than that, which is case loads, number of people investigating, penalties they can assess, etc. It may be extremely difficult to revoke someone (it generally is). And with ALL law enforcement the problem often tends to be case load. If you have a heavy case load, then you have to make the best possible deals with the 'best' cases (in which no one was seriously harmed) and spend the time (and money) going after the worst offenders, getting them revoked. (Or in the case of unlicensed practioners getting them put in jail).

The 'political' power only comes into play with how difficult it is to get a license revoked. Often various boards are overseen by licensees themselves. They DO want to get rid of the quacks, but they don't want to see people strung up for mistakes that can occur in the course of practicing medicine. So that's why it may be difficult because the protections in place to legitimately protect practioners, may also offer a shield for the 'quacks'.

Other than that, it really comes down to the realities of ANY government agency. Budget cuts, politics of redundancy (the dental board was under attack a few years ago by a representitive who claimed that it was a redundent institution because local police could investigate many of the criminal complaints, and they should have their investigators and staff heavily cut...despite the fact that that board is funded through licensing fees, and not any 'general' budget. /sigh).

Anyway, I think the biggest problem would probably be people who don't report, or don't know to whom to make the report. Many people who've been conned (outside of medical issues) don't like to report it for a variety of reasons. Couple that with the fact that many people treat all medical practioners as 'godlike' or supreme authorities, and there's additional pressure not to report it. Add into that people who report minor or non-offenses (such as 'poor bedside manner') which have to be investigated anyway...and you see the tip of the iceburg.

Oh another problem is overlapping agency control. For example someone on medi-cal (California's medicaid program) who had such a problem may be told that the medi-cal fraud unit are the people to investigate, and they would take action on their end, but they don't do what the chiropractic board does, etc. Just as the local police can (and do) investigate various criminal complaints, but they don't deal with licensing issues, so if no conviction takes place (any conviction must be reported) the board wouldn't be aware. Sometimes the firstcomplaint comes in from the reporting of a judgement on a malpractice suit. In those instances the complaining party never contacted a board, often because they were unaware they could do so (or how to do so). :(

Anyhoo sorry so long, but I just wanted to address the 'law enforcement doesn't care' issue, because I don't believe that's accurate.
Quasi
10th May 2004, 09:15 AM
In this case, the Massacusetts Chiro licensing board claimed they could not do anything, and the Mass. Attny General pointed the finger at the licensing board. To date, not only is this quack still practicing, but has even setup a school and "CAM" health center right down the street from Harvard Law School. So IMHO, this is a problem in that state. I no longer live there, or even near there anymore, so I suppose I am culpable for not pursuing it further, which is probably another problem with CAM. In hindsight I should have gone right to a lawyer, however the person who was "quacked" was not willing to come forward, so it complicates things. The whole chiro board should be imprisoned for directly violating state law by refusing to enforce the law. To my knowledge, no action has been taken despite complaints to the AG, the Chiro lic. board, or the Mass. licensure directors in charge of all medical licensing. I suspect there is a great deal of political pressure to keep the CAM movement going despite all the damage and fraud it causes.
jj
10th May 2004, 10:54 AM
What I'd like to know is what the statues are in Arizona. This one does seem, well, egregious to me.
Marian
10th May 2004, 11:52 AM
Regarding the comments about Mass. and the question about Arizona...therein lies one of the problems. The laws vary state to state. So do the agencies. So what is true in California may not even apply elsewhere. Or a doctor that loses his or her license to practice in California may set up shop in another state (since not all states have reciprocal revocation).

As far as what the regulations are in Arizona and which boards would govern this specific issue, I'm not sure, but I'm going to spend some time poking around to find out.


Marian
10th May 2004, 12:45 PM
Good grief. Okay well I'm going to leave out some of my beaucratic adventures today, because they both suck and are little to no help. I was bounced around various agencies as I tried to find out WHO would deal with this. (At one point one person told me only the FTC, which is incorrect. :P)

Anyway, I finally spoke with an investigator at the Arizona Medical Board (Robin King). She said basically that the AZ med board wouldn't cover this issue, because they're not claiming to be medical doctors. They do investigate non-licensed people, but only if they are claiming or presenting themselves as medical doctors. These people are not. Even though they have "Dr." in front of their name, the disclaimer that they are NOT medical doctors on their website protects them from the AZ medical board.

So Galaxy Wave LLC isn't stupid.

I bounced around the AZ AG's office a bit, and basically they have a very different protocol than what I know. They don't do anything over the phone (nor will they comment at all about anything you submit, nor will they tell you if they're aware of it, or if its currently under investigation).

Anyway, there's a consumer complaint form located at:

http://www.ag.state.az.us/consumer/complaintformintro.html

Now, that form is designed for someone who is THEMSELVES a consumer (which I am not). I informed them of that and was told that that is their 'generalized' form. In other words, they have only one form that they tell everyone to use for...everything. That didn't and doesn't make sense to me, but whatever.

They also stated that anyone filing a complaint (or making them aware of the issue as a potential problem/violation) could use the physical address of the AG's office to send the information in writing. I wasn't directly told to do that, but was given the impression that that method was what they prefered.

Unfortunately as far as regulatory boards, it seems that the CIC division of the AG's office is the only regulatory agency that would cover this problem (in Arizona). At least that's all I was able to determine. As far as federal regulatory issues...I wouldn't even know where to begin with that, and frankly any federal agency that this would come under it would probably be only peripheral and they'd probably have a gazillion similar complaints.

So it looks like CIC division of the Attorney General's office in Arizona is the best bet.

If anyone wants to call them and try for better luck than I had, the direct number is: 1-602-542-5025

I also had tried the AG's consumer protection agency division, but they don't handle it, consumer investigation commission (CIC) does. /shrug

Anyway I wouldn't be surprised if Galaxy Wave, LLC understood that it was a difficult area to 'police', and covered their respective heineys so as to only fall under the generalized consumer complaint division of the AG's office.


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Ein "Director of Parapsychology" der Firma "Galaxy Wave Group LLC" aus Las Vegas, Nevada. ist bei der Firma "Bio Therapy Clinics"  angestellt als "Aphysical Dimensional Access Manager".

Ob solche Titel bei Tolkien und dem "Herr der Ringe" abgelinst sind? Wie wäre es mit einem "Doktor der Unsterblichkeit?" Den hat es in Deutschland gegeben. Der sich den Schwindel ausgedacht hat, kam vor Gericht, aber weil der Titel so obskur und leicht zu durchschauen ist, kam der Erfinder mit einem blauen Auge davon.







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Will sich Stowe fremde Lorbeeren umhängen?
« Reply #21 on: March 08, 2011, 09:57:51 PM »

In der Webseite "about us" der inzwischen leergeräumten Domain appliedbiologics.net von "Applied BioLogics" ist mit Datum 16.7.2003 dieses Exemplar gesichert worden:

http://web.archive.org/web/20030716015111/http://appliedbiologics.net/aboutus.htm

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Applied BioLogics was founded by Dr. Lawrence R. Stowe in the Fall of 2000. Applied BioLogics was founded to provide a place for people to learn about their Immune Systems and a place to get the information they need to teach their immune systems how to battle illness. Dr. Larry Stowe is getting a great response from people who are finally well enough equipped to do battle with their varied immune disorders.

Dr. Larry Stowe is the managing director of Applied BioLogics of Ft. Worth, TX and a founding member of Survive Until A Cure, a nonprofit medical research foundation. In recent years, Dr. Stowe has focused his work on the concept of modulating the immune system through biological therapy to treat cancer, viral infections and autoimmune disorders. Key components of the therapies are now under active phase II investigations approved by the FDA. These include in-vivo dendritic cell therapy, whole body hyperthermia and natural killer cell therapy. Early in his professional career, Dr. Stowe was a Senior Research Engineer for Mobil Oil and an international consultant to Mobil Oil Exploration and Production. He is also a technology partner with Los Alamos National Laboratory and has been an invited speaker at the White House Symposium on the Development of Environmental Technology.

Dr. Stowe obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in 1982 and received a master’s degree in both Chemical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering from Iowa State University in 1978. He graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering in 1975. During his academic years, Dr. Stowe received a variety of honors including being named a guest lecturer by the University of Illinois.

Starting in 1989, Dr. Stowe began writing numerous articles and white papers on novel medical approaches to the treatment of cancer and viral infections. Among these are:
The Role of Essential Fatty Acids in the Treatment of Viral Infections
Historical and Current Applications of Whole Body Hyperthermia
A Method to Strengthen the Immune System and Enhance Survival Rates in Stage D Prostate Cancer

Dr. Stowe’s immune therapy concepts were first applied in a controlled clinical trial with 30 AIDS patients in 1989. This landmark study was published in 1990 by Dr. Terry Pulse in the Journal of Advancement in Medicine Volume 3, Number 4. The clinical trial clearly demonstrated that a devastated immune system could be rebuilt and functionally restored using herbs, nutritional supplements and biologic response modifiers. Dr. Stowe has continued to develop this holistic concept into the field known as nutritional biotherapy. Immune therapy has evolved into one of the cornerstones of an emerging science known as Natural Biologic Medicine. When combined in an integrative program with allopathic medicine, Natural Biologic Medicine can provide a pathway to treating the previously incurable diseases.

Dr. Stowe continues to advance the science of immune therapy through his work on Whole Body Hyperthermia which is able to trigger an aggressive immune response to both cancer and AIDS. Dr. Stowe has lectured at numerous conferences on the outstanding results that have been obtained in the treatment of these intractable conditions. Most recently, Dr. Stowe has worked on the utilization of far infrared light to obtain localized hyperthermia and generate an immune response in the region of the tumor.

Since 1995 Dr. Stowe has been involved in the therapeutic application of cytokine therapy. Cytokines are the body’s natural biological weapons against malignant cells and invading organisms. In-vivo cytokine production can be stimulated through the use of natural biologic response modifiers that can be extracted from plants such as the aloe vera plant, bacterial wall extracts and medicinal grade mushrooms. It is also possible to harvest endogenous monocytes from a patient’s blood and then create an autologous blood product in the laboratory that has been significantly enhanced with production of the patient’s own cytokines. The cytokines can be targeted on the patient’s cancer by extracting tumor associated antigens from tissue samples, urine samples and highly purified tumor cell lines.

By infusing the vaccine back into the region of the lymph nodes, the body’s immune system can be activated to trigger a healing response. Cytokine therapy combined with Hyperthermia and biologic response modifiers is pointing the way to a non-toxic therapy for metastasized cancer. The cell mediated response of the immune system can be further enhanced by manipulating the activity of natural killer cells. The NK Cells do not need an antigen presentation to be effective against abnormal cells and hence NK Cell Therapy offers a novel pathway to treat disease.


Dr. Stowe has personal experience in dealing with cancer. In 1959 at the age of six he was diagnosed and treated for osteosarcoma (bone cancer). The disease was considered fatal at the time and is still considered terminal today. For reasons that are only now becoming apparent, the cancer went into what is termed a spontaneous remission. Dr. Stowe’s current research is guided by the belief that the conditions that caused his cancer to remit can be duplicated in other cancer patients.               
    
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Mir fallen zwei Dinge auf:

Erstens ist von der Mutter von Lawrence Stowe kein Wort zu sehen. Die Seite ist von 2003. Da hatte die Mutter doch sensationelle drei Jahre von 1999 bis 2002 überlebt  (und war 2002 gestorben).

Zweitens wird die Methode von Klehr beschrieben

"By infusing the vaccine back into the region of the lymph nodes, the body’s immune system can be activated to trigger a healing response."

Klehr wird aber nicht genannt. Will sich Stowe fremde Lorbeeren umhängen?
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« Reply #22 on: March 08, 2011, 10:57:34 PM »

Es wird immer schlimmer, was da zutage kommt...

Dies ist aus der Website von "60 Minutes". Die Fernsehsendung wurde in mehrere Video-Clips zerlegt, die allerdings wohl nicht als .FLV-formatiert online sind, sondern in irgendeinem irren, flüchtigen Format.

"21st Century Snake Oil, Part 1
September 12, 2010 5:00 PM
"60 Minutes" hidden cameras expose medical con men who prey on dying victims by using pitches that capitalize on the promise of stem cells to cure almost any disease. Scott Pelley reports."


21st Century Snake Oil, Part 1
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6859188n&tag=contentBody;housing

21st Century Snake Oil, Part 2
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6859211n&tag=contentBody;housing


Extra: Living with Lou Gehrig's Disease
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408434n

Extra: A Warning About Stem Cell Fraud
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408430n

Extra: The Promise of Stem Cell Treatment
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408427n



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by pblanton September 20, 2010 3:39 PM EDT
Apparently Larry Stowe moved to Fort Worth Texas and opened "BioTherapy Clinics of Texas". Oddly enough his website is a sub-site of WBAP radio in Dallas.

http://www.wbap.com/get/biotherapy/bizweb.asp

I don't know if he hacked their server in order to host his website, or if they gave him the space. It certainly seems strange though that he would move a few states over and open a new scam clinic in the same field.

His email address listed on that site goes to the "appliedbiologics.net" domain name and the domain registrar GoDaddy, is indicating that the domain name is expired.

It would seem that Larry Stowe is still at it, although not having much luck. How WBAP AM radio in Dallas plays into it is a real mystery.
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by jmaye41 April 18, 2010 8:48 PM EDT
My son Fred Jenkins is 45 Yrs old and in his 3rd year of ALS He is unable to move his legs,arms,feet,and hands. He would like to share his experience with stem cell treatments he has been patrticapting in. He has been told they are experierme tal and there are no promises however with him and several others willing to particpate there may be a breakthrough and that is all we have. He does believe that hr has felt better this year although he still cannot move he is at least hopefull and being a part of the reasearch keeps him learning more about stem cell. He wants people to know there are some honest doctors and research folks that really care and make no promises. He can be reached at 951-595-9687 and would love to talk to you as a follow up. We need to make everyone aware of the thousands of youg people with ALS and no money for reasearch so people like him need to be the ones they experierment on
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by jmaye41 April 18, 2010 8:45 PM EDT
I added a come t however I may have left it on Andy Rooney please let me know you received it I wanted to comment on ALS
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by RCBirkbeck April 18, 2010 8:37 PM EDT
People like these are the worse kind of criminals and need to be fully prosecuted to the extent the law allows. This is a terrible travesty. The federal government as well as the FDA should take all actions to stop this type of crime from being perpetrated against those who are the most vulnerable. Thank You

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« Reply #23 on: March 09, 2011, 12:22:37 AM »

Solche klaren Worte möchte ich ENDLICH auch einmal im deutschen Fernsehen hören.

"You know, Mr. Stowe, the trouble is that you're a conman," Pelley remarked.


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Extra: The Promise of Stem Cell Treatment

Larry Goldstein is one of the nation's leading researchers in stem cell treatment. Despite the scam exposed by "60 Minutes," Goldstein believes that legitimate stem cell research will yield tremendous rewards.

(CBS)  Con men used to travel town to town hawking medical remedies said to be made of Chinese snakes. Snake oil was useless and dangerous. So the FDA was created to put a stop to it and other food and drug scams.

But, today, quack medicine has never been bigger. In the 21st century, snake oil has been replaced by bogus therapies using stem cells. Stem cells may offer cures one day, but medical charlatans on the Internet are making outrageous claims that they can reverse the incurable, from autism to multiple sclerosis to every kind of cancer.

Desperate people are being bilked out of their life's savings.

We've been looking into this surging crime and we found there is no better window on how it works than the practice of a man who calls himself "doctor," a man named Lawrence Stowe.

Stowe has been unaware that, lately, some of his patients have been working with 60 Minutes.

Full Segment: 21st Century Snake Oil Part 1
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408474n

Full Segment: 21st Century Snake Oil Part 2
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408476n

Web Extra: The Promise of Stem Cell Treatment
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408427n

Web Extra: A Warning About Stem Cell Fraud
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408430n

Web Extra: Living with Lou Gehrig's Disease
http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6408434n


One of those patients is Steven Watters, a college administrator in Lufkin, Texas, who, six months ago, received maybe the worst diagnosis imaginable: he has ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

About 30,000 Americans have ALS at any given time. And like Watters, they all will die, most within five years, as their nervous system gradually disconnects from their muscles.

"Everything just takes a little longer. I just set things up to where it requires minimal, manual effort," Watters told correspondent Scott Pelley. "Just handling personal hygiene is difficult - teeth brushing, flossing, very difficult, time consuming. So you just make the adaptations that you can and go on."

Eventually Watters will be able to move nothing but his eyes.

The same fate is ahead of Michael Martin who also has ALS. Martin has nearly lost any ability to speak, and very soon he won't be able to walk.

"I wonder what it was that your regular doctor back home told you about your disease and what your prospects were?" Pelley asked Martin.

"He said I had about two years," he replied.

No patient has ever been cured of ALS, and no patient has ever seen the symptoms reversed, even temporarily. But, still, desperate people find themselves drawn to a place that promotes the impossible: Stowe Biotherapy in La Mesa, Calif., near San Diego, which bills itself as a "medical oasis."

We asked a multiple sclerosis patient to go in with a hidden camera to hear Larry Stowe's pitch for his miracle treatment.

Stowe told our MS patient that he can reverse her disease with his program of herbs and vitamins to boost the immune system, custom vaccines and stem cell injections. Medical experts say it's nonsense but it's the same pitch that we secretly recorded again and again as Stowe claimed to reverse cancer, ALS, MS, Parkinson's disease and more.

"We're the only ones who's been able to get any body that's down here back up to here, and they stay back up to here. If we were a major pharmaceutical drug company, you know, we'd be talking about all of our research associating getting Nobel Prizes in medicine and things of that nature," Stowe said.

Larry Stowe is not a medical doctor. He claims two PhDs, but we found he only has one in chemical engineering. He had a career at Mobil Oil and holds patents in the oil industry.

But by the 1980s Stowe had taken a strange turn into pseudoscience. For a time, he promoted something called Eon Water which, he said, slowed the aging process. And by 2003, he had created the Stowe Foundation to advocate unproven stem cell therapies.

Michael Martin, one of the ALS patients helping with our story, had heard about Stowe from a friend. And before we ever met Martin, he had already given Stowe a down payment of $47,000 to start the treatment.

"When Dr. Stowe said that he could reverse this disease with stem cells, you thought what?" Pelley asked.

"Oh, I wanted to believe," Martin replied.

How does Stowe make believers of the desperate? We wanted to see.
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Larry Goldstein is one of the nation's leading researchers in stem cell treatment. Despite the scam exposed by "60 Minutes," Goldstein believes that legitimate stem cell research will yield tremendous rewards.

(CBS)

(CBS)  We set up hidden cameras in Martin's home in Houston and invited ALS sufferer Steven Watters to pose as an interested patient. Stowe came on crutches; he's missing a leg which he says he lost to cancer.

Everyone in the room knew about our hidden cameras except Stowe. Stowe had claimed what he called a "permanent fix" for ALS. So we gave Watters questions to ask about Stowe's therapy.

"So is there a permanent fix from the stem cells?" Watters asked.

"Oh, yes. Yeah. You'll be able to…," Stowe replied.

"Exercise again?" Watters asked.

"…exercise again. Oh, yeah," Stowe said.

"If I opt for the permanent fix, will I avoid a feeding tube? Will it keep me out of a wheelchair?" Watters asked.

"Yeah. Oh, yeah, absolutely. We've gotten people out of wheelchairs," Stowe replied.

"Am I gonna get closer and closer to, at some point you can say, 'Okay, you're cured. You're healed from this disease'?" Watters asked.

"I believe that that is 100 percent possible. Because we've done it with other conditions. I mean, we've done it with cancer, you know, which is just a different form of tissue destruction," Stowe replied.

"Didn't your mother have cancer?" Martin asked.

"My mother had pancreatic cancer and we completely reversed her pancreatic cancer. She died cancer-free with a healthy pancreas," Stowe said.

"What will it cost me for the permanent fix?" Watters asked.

"That'll be around $125,000. 'Cause it's $50,000 for phase one; the stem cell transplant is gonna run you around $25,000; and then, we do follow up therapy after that to make sure the results hold, and that's another $50,000," Stowe explained.

Stowe told them they would have to travel to Monterrey, Mexico, for the treatment. He said his research associate there would take blood-forming stem cells harvested from umbilical cords or bone marrow and inject those cells into their spines. Those blood cells, he said, would transform into nerve or neural tissue that would reconnect with their muscles.

"Is there a stem cell fix for ALS?" Pelley asked Professor Sean Morrison, the director of the University of Michigan Center for Stem Cell Biology.

"No," Professor Morrison replied.

Morrison's lab is one of the world's leading stem cell research centers.

"So, when Stowe says he's going to take blood-forming stem cells and put them in the spinal cord to create neural cells, what do you make of that?" Pelley asked.

"You know, we study blood-forming stem cells every day in this lab, including umbilical cord blood cells, and blood-forming stem cells don't make nervous system tissue," Morrison explained.

"And then what do the injected stem cells do next?" Watters asked Larry Stowe.

"They start to regenerate your nerve tissue and repair the synapses," Stowe replied.

Stowe's incredible pitch often works because his victims have heard something about the promise of stem cells but don't really know much about them. At one time, some scientists thought that blood-forming stem cells could replace any kind of tissue, as Stowe claims. But science now knows that's wrong.

Stem cell therapy is the standard of care in only leukemia and certain, rare, diseases of the blood - nothing else. There is very early research into whether stem cells might one day help ALS patients, but nothing like the claims Stowe is making.

Dr. Morrison thinks breakthroughs are years or decades away. He says Stowe's claims are baseless.

"Classically, people are reporting three to four weeks that they begin to notice the effects," Stowe said.

"Notice the effects in three or four weeks," Pelley remarked.

"You might notice side effects in three to four weeks," Morrison replied.

"You described it as miraculous, that's what it would be," Pelley said.

"If somebody squirted some stem cells into the spinal cord of an ALS patient and they stood up out of their wheelchair and had a permanent fix, that would be miraculous," Morrison replied.

But that's what Stowe was promising in Michael Martin's living room as he weaved a pitch with lies of legitimacy.

"Are you currently working with anybody in the FDA regarding…," Watters asked.

"Oh, yeah. Yeah, we…at all levels," Stowe replied.

Even the University of Texas, he said, was planning to build a research center with a particular name. "Stowe Research Center for Regenerative Medicine in affiliation with the University of Texas. You can't find a surgeon in the world who doesn't support our approach," Stowe explained.

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Larry Goldstein is one of the nation's leading researchers in stem cell treatment. Despite the scam exposed by "60 Minutes," Goldstein believes that legitimate stem cell research will yield tremendous rewards.

(CBS)  After hearing the pitch, Watters and Martin, working with 60 Minutes, told Stowe they would go to Monterrey, Mexico for the treatment.

We followed them there with hidden cameras, and we found Stowe's so-called research associate, Dr. Frank Morales.

In an e-mail to Watters, Morales claimed, "We have treated well over 1,000 patients without any side effects other than positive results which range from minimal to miraculous."

But we have found that Morales is improvising stem cell procedures for profit with no scientific basis. Morales is an American citizen, living in Texas, with a Mexican medical license. We got the credentials he submitted to one Monterrey hospital and found that the medical degree came from a Caribbean school that was later shut down for selling diplomas. Morales dropped out of residency training in Texas.

Morales and Stowe took our patients on a tour of the hospital where Morales was already doing stem cell procedures. He explained the techniques he uses.

"Our team will go in through a catheter and place it right up close to the brain or will go intrathecally, you know, right into the spine and do other things, you know, that are pretty aggressive," Morales said.

Mexican officials tell us stem cell therapy for ALS is not authorized. The hospital says it didn't know Morales was using stem cells and wouldn't have allowed it.

"So we could just go right in and, ok, you got your stem cells and you're outta here," Morales said.

We found one of Morales' former patients, Muna Erickson, in Michigan. She has multiple sclerosis, for which there is no cure.

"What exactly did Morales tell you about what you could expect?" Pelley asked.

"He told me that I could expect her to be up out of the wheelchair and walking," Muna's husband Keith Erickson replied.

The Ericksons are not people with a lot of money, so in desperation, they sold their home in order to wire $15,000 to Morales. The Ericksons say they arrived in a rundown Mexican clinic for a scheduled spinal injection of stem cells, but Morales gave her a stem cell IV instead.

"So, he ended up coming in and hanging an IV off the tip of her thumb that was barely viable," Keith Erickson remembered.

Muna Erickson told Pelley the IV went into the tip of her thumb.

Asked what he thought, Keith Erickson said, "I thought about taking my wife and takin' her home, but she was so set on getting these stem cells, I think she would've had a complete mental breakdown had I just boarded her back on a plane."

Asked if she got somewhat better, Muna Erickson told Pelley, "No, I got worse."

Back in Monterrey, Mexico, Morales and Stowe came to a hotel room where they met patients Michael Martin and Steve Watters. They were expecting to see another down payment, $35,000 in cash.

But that is not what came through the door. Instead, Scott Pelley walked in.
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Larry Goldstein is one of the nation's leading researchers in stem cell treatment. Despite the scam exposed by "60 Minutes," Goldstein believes that legitimate stem cell research will yield tremendous rewards.

(CBS)  Steven Watters and Michael Martin, two ALS patients working with 60 Minutes, travelled to Monterrey, Mexico to meet Larry Stowe and Frank Morales.

Stowe and Morales said they could treat the symptoms of ALS with an unproven stem cell therapy.

"Hey, Steve, Michael. Mr. Stowe, Mr. Morales. I'm Scott Pelley. I'm with 60 Minutes. And I'd like to ask you a few questions on the record about what you propose," Pelley said when he entered.

"Sure," Stowe replied.

"I understand that you have had patients that have stood up and walked away from wheelchairs. Who have ALS," Pelley remarked.

"There have been patients that have improved to that extent," Stowe replied.

"You reverse the condition?" Pelley asked.

"Yes," Stowe replied.

"You know, Mr. Stowe, the trouble is that you're a conman," Pelley remarked.

"Really?" Stowe asked.

"You're lying about this protocol. You've lied about your association with the University of Texas. You've lied about your work with the FDA. And now you're lying to these gentlemen about what they can expect," Pelley said.

"Now, why do you say that?" Stowe asked.

"Nobody at the FDA knows anything about any of this. And the University of Texas is not going to be starting a regenerative medicine clinic with your name on it," Pelley said.

"Really?" Stowe asked.

When we asked Stowe to back up his ALS claims, his story changed.

"Give me a Stowe Foundation patient who has ALS who has stood up out of a wheelchair and walked away," Pelley asked.

"We don't have any ALS patients. We have MS patients," Stowe replied.

"We are talking about the treatment that you have taken their money for. Is that a treatment that would allow them to stand up out of a wheelchair and walk away?" Pelley asked.

"With an ALS patient? No, we've done it with MS patients," Stowe replied.

"I don't believe that's what they understood," Pelley said. "I don't believe that's what you told them."

"Then they weren't listening," Stowe said.

"Oh, actually we were listening very carefully," Pelley said.

"Okay. Do you have the tape recordings?" Stowe asked.

"I do," Pelley replied.

"Pull them out," Stowe requested. "I want to hear them."

"I can do that," Pelley said.

And we did.

"This was your meeting in Houston just a few weeks ago," Pelley explained.

"Well, if I opt for the permanent fix, will it keep me out of a wheelchair?" Watters could be heard asking on the tape.

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(CBS)  "That's not true, is it?" Pelley asked.

"The Stowe Foundation has not," Stowe replied.

"You told Steve that you were gonna keep him out of a wheelchair. That's not true either, is it?" Pelley asked.

"No, that's very true," Stowe said.

"You're going to sit here after seeing that and you're going to look this man in the face and tell him that he's gonna stay out of a wheelchair? I mean, that's cruel," Pelley remarked.

"Really? What is his prognosis if he doesn't do this?" Stowe asked.

"His prognosis is the same either way," Pelley said.

"No, it's not," Stowe replied.

"Mr. Stowe, you told these men in Houston that a cure was in your memorable phrase, '100 percent possible,'" Pelley pointed out.

"Possible. Is that a guarantee?" Stowe asked.

"The folks at home are wondering what goes through your mind when one of these men pushes a suitcase full of cash across the table to you what are you thinking?" Pelley asked.

"I'm thinking that they came to the right place if they want any hope at all," Stowe replied.

Many patients have pinned their hope on Dr. Frank Morales and his improvised stem cell procedures. Recently he injected stem cells into the spine of a 7-year-old American boy in an attempt to treat the boy's autism, a procedure with no basis in medical science. We found Morales' training is dubious. He had presented a certificate to a Monterrey hospital, showing he completed his training at Texas Tech University. But in the interview, he switched schools.

"Have you ever been licensed to practice medicine in the United States?" Pelley asked.

"I have and I worked under the University of Texas where I was at, at El Paso and came to Mexico after that," Morales replied.

The University of Texas, El Paso, has no medical school and no record of Morales as a student.

"But you have a license or had a license to practice in the State of Texas?" Pelley asked.

"Absolutely, it was an institutional license at the University of Texas, El Paso, “UTech, UTEP, so you can go there, you can find it. I mean that's simple, if you did your homework, that's lousiness. I mean on your behalf, I'm sorry to say," Morales replied.

Not only does he have no credentials from the University of Texas, we found his Texas Tech credentials are fraudulent. A Texas Tech lawyer told 60 Minutes, "Where it was obtained or manufactured I couldn't say but it was not issued by Texas Tech."

Several minutes into the interview, we watched the Stowe-Morales relationship dissolve; Morales walked out, then came back to disavow Stowe.

"Scott, yeah, you know, I think that just in the sense of, of using, you know his, you know, using him to try to bring me down. I think that that is inappropriate," Morales said.

"Well, sit down and talk to me about it," Pelley replied. Morales declined to do so.

Legal experts tell us that both Stowe and Morales have broken U.S. law, committed fraud by making a false claim - it doesn't matter that the procedure is done in another country. We wondered why the FDA is not acting against the many stem cell con artists whose Web sites are up for anyone to see. But the FDA commissioner, Margaret Hamburg, declined to talk with us on camera about any aspect of stem cell quackery.
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http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/04/16/60minutes/main6402854_page6.shtml?tag=contentMain;contentBody

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April 18, 2010
21st Century Snake Oil
"60 Minutes" Cameras Expose Medical Con Men Who Prey on Dying Victims
Page 6 of 7

Larry Goldstein is one of the nation's leading researchers in stem cell treatment. Despite the scam exposed by "60 Minutes," Goldstein believes that legitimate stem cell research will yield tremendous rewards.

(CBS)  Many experts believe that the FDA is outmatched.

"Patients need to beware," prominent stem cell biologist Larry Goldstein told Pelley.

Goldstein and researcher Doug Sipp are with the International Society for Stem Cell Research, an organization of the world's leading stem cell scientists.

Sipp is tracking bogus stem cell clinics all around the world.

"How have these operations grown, say, in the last five years or so?" Pelley asked.

"I would say the growth has been explosive. I've been tracking it closely for the past three years and I've been able to come up with more than 200 clinics that are offering some version of stem cells for some type of medical condition for which there is really no good evidence that the stem cells would be either safe or effective," Sipp explained.

Asked if all of these clinics are frauds, Sipp said, "On one end of the spectrum you have people who are doing, essentially, badly designed uncontrolled human medical experiments for profit. And then at the other end of the spectrum you just have thieves who are preying on the sick and their families."

"Now an ALS patient might say to you 'How could I possibly be worse?' This is the question you get sometimes. 'How could I possibly be worse?'" Goldstein added. "'I'm going to die in two or three years why not give it a try?' Well what if as a result of this treatment you ended up in excruciating pain? What if you managed to bankrupt your family through the use of one of these expensive unauthorized treatments so they can't take care of you properly as you decline? There are things that are worse than your current situation, I think."

The experts in stem cell research believe these procedures are at best ineffective and potentially dangerous. A study by UCLA found patients at a Chinese clinic often developed spinal meningitis. But there's rarely any mention of risk on the Web sites that offer false hope for dozens of afflictions ranging from Down's syndrome to cancer.

"One of the different things now is the power of the Internet now gives just tremendous global reach to people who in the past would be kind of the local quack," Sipp said.

"So, instead of the snake oil salesman standing in the back of a pickup truck, he can now reach every ALS patient on Earth?" Pelley asked.

"And say, 'Come to me, and I'll help you out in Mexico, or in Russia, or in Thailand,'" Sipp replied.

"What we see here essentially is Stowe on an industrial scale," Pelley remarked.

"Stowe on steroids," Goldstein said.

"Yeah, you could say that," Sipp added.

"He might as well be sticking his hands into the pockets of those people and taking the money out without even talking to them. That's how bad I think it is," Goldstein said.

"I wonder what you think when the top people in the field that you pretend to work in call you a snake oil salesman?" Pelley asked Larry Stowe.

"Comes with the territory," he replied.
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http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/04/16/60minutes/main6402854_page7.shtml?tag=contentMain;contentBody

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April 18, 2010
21st Century Snake Oil
"60 Minutes" Cameras Expose Medical Con Men Who Prey on Dying Victims

Page 7 of 7

Larry Goldstein is one of the nation's leading researchers in stem cell treatment. Despite the scam exposed by "60 Minutes," Goldstein believes that legitimate stem cell research will yield tremendous rewards.

(CBS)  We wondered what Stowe would say to the idea of giving Michael Martin his $47,000 back.

"Has he asked for it?" Stowe asked.

"I'm asking," Pelley replied.

"We'd give it back to him," Stowe said.


"Now that's a deal I'd like to make," Pelley said.

"Really? Okay, and when he continues to go downhill six months from now, and hasn't made any progress, are you going to cover the cost of his care?" Stowe asked.

"I'm not buying what you're selling," Pelley replied.

"Fine," Stowe said.

Of course, that refund never came. When we first walked into the interview we thought Stowe might not stay. But, he sat there for two hours as though, if he only talked long enough, he'd convince us.

"Thanks for sitting with us and talking to us," Pelley said.

"Now you're not running away on me, are you?" Stowe asked.

"Well, I was planning on leaving, yes," Pelley said. "I think I'm done."

"All right," Stowe said.

"Thank you," Pelley said.

"You just cost this man his life, I want you to know that," Stowe said.

"You know, I don't think so," Pelley replied.

Larry Stowe never gave up, even after his lies were exposed. When we left the room, he turned to ALS patient Michael Martin and tried to close the sale.

"We'll keep in touch, because I can tell you: you know what's gonna happen, if you don't take some type of aggressive action," Stowe said.

 

When we brought Stowe and Morales to the attention of the FDA, the agency started an investigation which is ongoing. Michael Martin and Steve Watters continue to fight against the progression of ALS.

"What would you like to see happen to Larry Stowe?" Pelley asked Martin.

"I don't care," he replied. "He has to live with himself."

In what was perhaps an attempt to keep this story off the air, Frank Morales filed suit against us, Larry Stowe, and the two ALS patients Steve Watters and Michael Martin.

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Learn more about ALSUntangled, a network of 65 clinical scientists and top neurologists who take a scientific approach to examining alternative and off-label treatment options for people with ALS.
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Stowe und Morales sind abgefeimte, abgebrühte, gnadenlose Betrüger.

Mehrere Dinge sind typisch, gerade bei Stowe, der mehr Erfahrung hat als Morales:

1. Er gibt nie auf. Immer und immer wieder kommt er auf die gleiche, blöde, schleimige Tour.

2. Er gibt nie etwas zu, sondern greift an und macht seinen Kritikern Vorwürfe, SIE seien schuld am (zukünftigen) Zustand des/der Kranken.
(""You just cost this man his life, I want you to know that," Stowe said.")

3. Die FDA ist stinkefaul (und nicht nur die), so daß den Kriminellen nichts geschieht. DESWEGEN läßt Stowes Durchhaltemethode ihn auf lange Sicht immer wieder siegreich aus den Auseinandersetzungen hervorgehen. Er weiß genau, was er tun muß. Er ist kaltblütig und kaltschnäuzig, und das angesichts von Totkranken, die ihm auf der anderen Seite des Tisches gegenüber sitzen. Er ist ein Schwein.

Stowe ist ein solcher Lügner, Betrüger, Hochstapler und Fälscher, daß ich mich frage, ob nicht wie bei Iwan Desny oder Anderen die Erfolgsgeschichte der Heilung die seiner Mutter eine einzige Fälschung und von a bis z  zusammengelogen ist.


Die Faulheit der Behörden ist der Grund, warum Höchstkriminelle wie Stowe über Jahrzehnte Tausende Kranke ausnehmen und um Millionen bringen können. Auch die Ärztekammern tragen große Schuld. Das gilt in den USA ebenso wie in Deutschland und Österreich.
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« Reply #24 on: March 09, 2011, 12:50:29 AM »

Die Sendung von "60 Minutes" im April 2010 hatte einen durchschlagenden Erfolg: Stowe macht eine Firma dicht und setzt sich ab. Das ist mehr als die Behörden in mehr als 10 Jahren erreicht hatten....


http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/node/3189

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STOWE BIOTHERAPY SHUTS DOORS AFTER CBS 60 MINUTES ACCUSES LA MESA CLINIC OF QUACKERY

April 25, 2010 (La Mesa) – Last weekend, CBS “60 Minutes” ran a story titled "21st Century Snake Oil" accusing Lawrence R. Stowe of Stowe Bio Therapy Medical Oasis in La Mesa of running a con scheme to bilk dying patients.

After the 60 Minutes show aired, the Attorney General’s office, the California Medical Board and the U.S. Food & Drug Administration confirmed that they have launched investigations, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.  Now Stowe has closed his storefront in La Mesa’s downtown village.

 
Stowe is not licensed to practice medicine in the U.S. He claims to have two PhD degrees but according to 60 Minutes, has only one PhD in chemical engineering and has worked for an oil company. But according to CBS, Stowe has been selling `21st Century snake oil’ to patients and claimed that stem-cell treatments could cure Lou Gehrig’s disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS), multiple sclerosis, cancer and Parkinson’s disease. The brochure falsely claims Stowe has an "FDA-approved stem cell based approach to regenerative healing" and projects a net income of $71 million by the third year of operation for Stowe Foundation, a nonprofit started in 2003.
 
In a private placement offering, Stowe BioTherapy, Inc.touted stem cell research as "the greening of medicine" but also promised to green investors pockets by refocusing “medicine’s objectives and profitability” through the Internet as well as centers in San Diego, Fort Worth, Texas, and the Rio valley Medical Center operated by Frank J. Morales. Morales obtained a medical degree from a Caribbean school, CETEC, which was later shut down for selling diplomas.
 
Dr. Morales is no stranger to controversy. He is currently a codefendant with Immunosyn Corporation and others in a class-action lawsuit which alleges that he sold the plaintiff a purported cure for multiple sclerosis.
Tests revealed the “cure” was a dilute salt solution with no active ingredients.
 
CBS used a hidden camera to record Stowe trying to coax an ALS patient into forking over $125,000 for a "permanent fix" for ALS, an incurable disease. He said the treatment has enabled ALS patients to get out of wheelchairs. The treatment was to include stem cell injections as well as herbs, vitamins and vaccines.
 
While stem cells have shown promise in treatment of some conditions, that has not been the case with ALS or many other diseases that Stowe claimed he could cure.
 
No patient has ever been cured of ALS or had symptoms reversed, even temporarily from any type of treatment, CBS reported. Confronted by CBS interviewers, Stowe first lied and claimed he only treats multiple schlerosis patients, then later admitted that Stowe Foundation has never gotten an ALS patient out of a wheelchair. View the 60 Minutes video.
 
A January 23, 2008 article titled "Genie Machine" in the San Diego Reader described Stowe’s belief that biotherapy assesses the "bioterrain" of cells and energy fields surrounding cells, then uses “sound, light and vibrational characteristics to reset energy disturbances” and trigger healing. The article is no longer available on the Reader’s website, but a cached version  describes writer Eva Kelly’s visit to Jim Felt, executive director at Stowe Biotherapy, to take the "Genie Machine" for a test drive. She described having voice characteristics analyzed and lying on a heated gel bed with liquid crystals.
 
"A warm hum of vibration from the bed ran up my legs and back while kaleidoscopic visions danced within my goggles," Kelly wrote. "The vibration seemed to blend with the humming tones in my headphones. After a haze of time had passed, I switched to the second set of goggles. Blue light effects crackled over my closed eyes like reverse lightning — black bolts on a blue sky. The vibration intensified; I felt a kneading sensation through my body. Light and vibration dominated my senses, with sound in the background. Then everything tapered off." Kelly claimed that colors looked brighter and images sharper after the "treatment."
 
Stowe Bio Therapy shut the doors of its La Mesa facility following the 60 Minutes exposure. The site has since reopened as a chiropractic clinic.
 
According to the Union-Tribune, Stowe defends his practice and says CBS left out evidences that support his claims. "The foundation isn’t providing false hope," he reportedly stated.
 
Stowe Bio Therapy was not a member of the La Mesa Chamber of Commerce, Chamber president Mary England confirmed. The company remains listed, however, on the La Mesa Village Merchants Association website, which pledges to help consumers find "quality businesses."
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A place where dying patients were defrauded of tens of thousands of Dollars
« Reply #25 on: March 09, 2011, 01:15:01 AM »

Druckfrisch (Update von Montag, 7.3.2011 !) ist diese Meldung:

http://lamesa.patch.com/articles/how-a-village-office-was-bought-for-475000-and-sold-for-33000

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LA MESA MICROSCOPE
Business
How a Village Office was Bought for $33,000 and Sold for $476,000

Larry Stowe—subject of “60 Minutes” investigation last April—lost his La Mesa Boulevard property to foreclosure after previous owner feared losing investment.
By Ken Stone | March 4, 2011
 
In April 2010, when “60 Minutes” aired a segment about “21st century snake oil salesman” Larry Stowe, alarms went off for Bob Rhoads of Alpine.

Rhoads had sold an office building at 8341 La Mesa Blvd. to Stowe in June 2008 for $475,000, and Stowe hadn’t made payments for nearly two years, he said.

The Village office was used for the Stowe Biotherapy clinic that correspondent Scott Pelley of "60 Minutes" depicted as a place where dying patients were defrauded of tens of thousands of dollars, lured by promises of a bogus stem-cell cure.

“I was trying to be a nice guy,” Rhoads said Friday in recalling last year’s events. He said a previous tenant of the building had called to alert him to the “60 Minutes” report. He hadn’t seen it on TV.

“So I watched online,” he said. “As soon as I saw that, I knew he was going down [financially].”

Rhoads said he hadn’t been aware of the Stowe operation. But he knew he had to act fast, so he moved to foreclose on Stowe—who also faced lawsuits over his operation, Rhoads said.

“I didn’t have anything to do with his business except  the equity in his property,”  said Rhoads, who held a second and third trust deed on the property and was owed $115,000.

A lien of $360,000 existed on the property as a result of what Rhoads recalled as a $220,000 judgment against the Stowe Foundation, which Stowe used to market his stem-cell treatment.

Stowe couldn’t sell the property as a result of the liens—which a buyer would have to pay off—but Tom Dyke of Alpine, who operates a drilling and blasting company, was able to buy the office at a “courthouse auction,” according to Rhoads and county records.

The price for The Village office building was $33,865, according to county records. Chicago Title Co. and The Stowe Foundation are listed as sellers of the building on Nov. 3, 2010.

Rhoads said the listed $33,865 price “is a bit hard to understand if you don’t know how secured debt is handled.”

On Monday, he wrote:

In order for Stowe to sell the property, the first, second, third [trust deeds] and $220,000 judgment would all have to be paid to transfer clear title, which was not going to be possible. Mr. Dykes approached me prior to my foreclosure and indicated he wanted the property, but the 220K judgment could not be paid because the property did not have that kind of equity.

We knew that after my foreclosure the judgment would be wiped out, so he purchased my third trust deed at the courthouse steps knowing he was then responsible for the first and second and the terms of the loans.

Dykes paid the first and second off, which included a $33K prepayment penalty, which I absorbed as a part of the transaction to recover my equity. That is why it appears the building was purchased for $33K, but in fact it was purchased for approximately $500K if you follow the document trail.

About seven weeks later—on Dec. 23, 2010—Dyke sold the building to Total Thermal Imaging, its current occupant, for $476,000. Title information (attached) says the secondary owner is Charles Dittes Parker.

Rhoads has had no contact with Stowe—based in Fort Worth, Texas—since the 2008 sale, he said.  And he’d have trouble to reach him if he tried.

The Stowe Foundation website is still live and its domain registration is paid up through June 18, 2012, as a client of godaddy.com, according to online records. But two listed email addresses on the site are no good, La Mesa Patch found.

But the address listed on the domain-name registration— drstowe98@yahoo.com—still appears to work. Our e-mail hasn’t “bounced.”   The the listed  phone number has been disconnected, however.

In September, the La Mesa Police Department said the Texas division of the Food and Drug Administration was investigating Stowe. An FDA spokeswoman in Rockville, MD, is checking the status of that investigation and promised to get back to La Mesa Patch.

A U.S. Attorney’s Office in Texas also said last year that it couldn’t confirm or deny an investigation was taking place. That office has been contacted as well for a status report.

Nearly a year after the “60 Minutes” segment on Stowe aired, no charges have been publicized against him.

Last Sunday, the La Mesa Boulevard office of Stowe Biotherapy was shown on “60 Minutes Presents,” a CBS show of repeats that aired opposite the Academy Awards on ABC.

Stowe’s Village office closed within a week of the segment’s first airing (the show was rebroadcast Sept. 12, 2010).

The Medical Board of California launched a probe based on the allegations of Stowe’s unlicensed medical activity, but eventually closed the inquiry, citing “insufficient evidence to proceed,” the board’s spokeswoman told La Mesa Patch in September.

And the Stowe Foundation?  It still exists, according to IRS records of 501(c)(3) nonprofits as the foundation is classified.  But Guidestar, an archive of nonprofit public documents, has no 2009 Form 990 on file—a statement the government requires of all such nonprofits.

Mary Fletcher Jones, a spokeswoman for GuideStar USA, says:  “I checked the record and I just see the last 990 as 2008, as well. ... We just get the info that is sent to us from the IRS.”

Regional IRS spokesman Raphael Tulino, when asked why the Stowe Foundation hadn't filed a tax statement since 2008, said: “If a form 990 for a certain year is not available, there are various general reasons for this”:

(1) a return is not required because of IRC Section 6033(a)(2)

(2) a return is not required because of authority for inclusion in a group return,

(3) a return is not due yet because of a current extension of the time to file,

(4) the return has been filed but is still in processing, or

(5) the return may be delinquent.

Charlotte Reed contributed to this report.

Story updated at 6 p.m. March 7, 2011.
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Die Ärztekammer ist saufaul und saudämlich wie immer:

"The Medical Board of California [...] closed the inquiry, citing “insufficient evidence to proceed,” the board’s spokeswoman told La Mesa Patch in September."


Und was macht Stowe? Der macht ungerührt weiter:

"And the Stowe Foundation?  It still exists, according to IRS records of 501(c)(3) nonprofits as the foundation is classified."


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Stowes weitere Betrugsfirmen und -netze
« Reply #26 on: March 09, 2011, 01:34:39 AM »

In dieser Datensammelstelle gibt es neue Namen, die woanders noch nicht aufgetaucht waren:

http://www.zoominfo.com/people/Stowe_Lawrence_139493612.aspx

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Fort Worth, Texas 76135
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TelExtreme? Da hilft Google:
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Stowe bei einer Telefonfirma dabei???????
« Reply #27 on: March 09, 2011, 01:42:37 AM »

Der Name Lawrence ist nicht selten und Stowe auch nicht. Lawrence Stowes gibt es etliche. Hat der Datensammler in seiner Sammelwut nicht nach den Details gesehen? Nichts ist unmöglich...

http://telextreme.over-blog.com/article-657956.html

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Vous avez un forfait Millenium SFR ? Vous souhaitez le céder ou le louer ? Attention pas de direct SFR (facture libellée par SFR) uniquement du Coriolis ou du Debitel. Merci.

A dishonest company :

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No Trust - No Integrity - No Excellence - No Respect

this is the real face of Bodyextreme !!!
 
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Mardi 2 août 2005
Telextreme une escroquerie ???

Allez sur le site et regardez les nouvelles conditions tarifaires !!!

Aujourd'hui, on ne peut plus téléphoner vers les mobiles contrairement à l'offre que j'ai fait souscrire ce lundi 1er août 2005 !!! (Le lendemain matin j'ai dit à cette personne de procéder à son remboursement)

Une procédure va être lancée aux USA pour dédommagement !!!

Je vous conseille de demander à vous faire rembourser l'intégralité de vos dépenses auprès de BodyExtreme TelExtreme + dommages et intérêts !!!

Pour ceux qui parlent l'anglais,
voici la copie (avec les fautes) de mon mail envoyé à BodyExtreme - TelExtreme le 27 juillet 2005 :

Bruno ORIOLI
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58 rue Jean Baptiste Baudin
94800 VILLEJUIF France
Tel./Fax : 011 33 1 46 78 68 68
Mobile : 011 33 6 63 13 79 79
USA : 718-889-4903

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                                                            For sirs,
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                                                            Bruce THOMSON
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                                                            Peter BUZZARD
                                                            DR LAWRENCE STOWE
                                                            Kevin GRIMES
                                                            Tyler WEBB
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Subject : For the Future of BodyExtreme TelExtreme in Europe and Africa

Hi,

I think it is a joke. A fish of 1st of April because :
“We’ll be adding several countries to Zone 1 and reducing the countries where mobile termination is included !”

The interest of the offer of Telextreme it is the hability for calling cellular phones in unlimited, it is that tha makes Telextreme the best, better than ACN and Cellwireless and others.

I am Bruno ORIOLI, from the same name company, i live in France near Paris. I made multi level marketing since more than 10 years. I am an expert on MLM. I have heard for the first time of Telextreme the 28th may 2005 by Philippe Macia. The 1st of June 2005, after studying the opportunity, i decided to start with Telextreme.


I believe 100% in this business and in the business of VoIP in France, in Africa and in the whole World. For information, i work 18 to 20 hours a day ! Only for Telextreme i stop everything’s else.

A this date, i made a team of :

Binary Tree Total Member count    162
Sponsorship Tree Member count    153
Binary Spillover count (if any)           9
Code Tree Member count                112

You can check in my back office and see what i have already made in less than 2 months starting with Zero. Telextreme starts more than 6 months ago and you only have National Director. Me, before the end of August 2005, in fact in less than 3 months, i will become the First President Director of Telextreme. At your advice, who is better to listen to build the business of Telextreme among the affiliate leaders ? The persons who are not President Director and who begun in the business more than 6 months before ? Or the person who will become President Director between the end of August 2005, it means in less than 3 months !!!

In France, we are the number 1 in Europe in VoIP (with Freebox ect...)

We have plenty of offers in VoIP :
Wengo (from 9Telecom) with a box in VoIP at $8,40 by month unlimitted for National calls in France (with a limited offer for cellular calls).

Voicebuster, it’s $1,20 in unlimited to National calls in France for life ! Not very expensive for international calls.

It’s the Freebox with his offer at $35,98 by month internet high speed till 20 Mb, unlimited phone calls in France, very cheap rate for International calls.

France Telecom (the 1st National operator in France) who brings unlimited $94,90 in ALL Europe national calls and CELLULAR PHONES !!! North America and Dom (Guadeloupe, Martinique ect...) also cellular phones !

When we said Europe, it is all Europe, not only 15 countries ! It means for Europe : Allemagne, Andorre, Autriche, Belgique, Chypre, Danemark, Espagne (dont Canaries), Estonie, Finlande, Grèce, Guernesey, Hongrie, Irlande, Italie et Vatican, Jersey, Lettonie, Liechtenstein, Lituanie, Luxembourg, Malte, Monaco, Norvège, Pays-Bas, Pologne, Portugal (dont Açores et Madère), République Tchèque, Royaume-Uni, Slovaquie, Slovénie, Suède, Suisse.

And others...

I will be a big mistake to non respect your engagement to stop delivering cellular phone calls in all the 17 countries of Dial Zone 1 your normally desserve, because that will be a complete change of the offer and a big shame on what we have announced to everybody and that is only what we can find on the site : http://www.telextreme.com

Be carefull ! If you persist in your decision, that will put shame on BodyExtreme and to his professionalism of 8 years. You will miss not only the start of Telextreme but also the future start of BodyExtreme. Don’t do the same as Herbalife who missed the France in 1993 or 1995 and for you that would not be only for France but also for ALL EUROPE.

You know Free, 2nd operator for adsl (high speed internet) in France start. It was far away but with their offer of unlimited calls in the Contry, more than one year before, it takes the 2nd place behind France Telecom (Wanadoo). Actually, in France, on the last 3 last months 850 000 lines high speed dsl !

Skype you certainly knows it with skype out in one year in one year, they made 1,2 millions only with word of mouth ! And all the money for Skype so imagine in the whole World with Telextreme offer.

Sincerely, if you only have to choose only one country to maintain cellular calls in Europe (you have to maintain others contries), it is to keep French cellular calls. It is very important for the credibility of BodyExtreme in Europe.

The France, is a strategic country, le most visited country in the world. It is Paris, it is Eiffel Tower, it’s Eurodisney near Paris where European people came from whole Europe to see Mickey.

Most important thing, it is the link with Africa because in Africa, the majority spoke the French language. You should also translate your website in French as you made in fact for Spanish, Germans and Chinese people.

We are bulding Africa opening countries as Algeria, Morocco, Benin, Cote of Ivory, Senegal, Congo and more others... (us the French)

I insist, it is still time to reconsider your decision about cellular phones in France and for the others countries of Dial Zone 1. My objective is to build a very big team with 100 000 affiliate customers between the end of December 2005 and my ambitious goal is to become the Affiliate number 1 of TelExtreme, the one with the biggest income.

If one of your goal is for TelExtreme BodyExtreme to become the first MLM in the world, please take attention to my advice.

Just to reminber, The market of phone (cellular and other) in France was 30 billions dollars in 2004. In 2010, the world market of phone is estimated at 1600 billions dollars !

If you would like BodyExtreme and TelExtreme to have the most and powerfull increase in MLM of history, i can help you but one condition, not change what you have in Dial Zone 1 (it means to maintain Cellular phones calls in France ect...) So, if you want you can add more countries in Dial Zone 1 but not remove cellular phones call in Dial Zone 1. You can also admit to people to choose with another Plan but don’t change what was done in Dial Zone 1.

Yours sincerely,

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« Reply #28 on: March 09, 2011, 03:13:06 AM »

http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=29812655&capId=22768733&previousCapId=22768733&previousTitle=EON%20Beverage%20Group%2C%20Inc.

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EXECUTIVE PROFILE

Lawrence Stowe     
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BACKGROUND
Lawrence Stowe, Larry serves as Scientific Advisor of EON Beverage Group Inc. Dr. Stowe serves as Chief Executive Officer of Biogenic Research Corporation. He has been the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Palmera Holdings, Inc. since September 2005. Since October 2003 Dr. Stowe has also served as the Chief Science Officer of Body Extreme/Major Connection, Inc., which manufactures and markets health and nutrition products. From December 2000 to December 2005 Dr. ...

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Stowe's accomplice sentenced to jail
« Reply #29 on: March 27, 2011, 01:10:43 AM »

Quackwatch email newsletter:

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Whistleblower nurse abuser gets jail time.

Former Winkler County Memorial Hospital administrator Stan Wiley has
been sentenced to 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to abuse of
official capacity.
The guilty plea stemmed from the Texas Attorney
General's investigation of official oppression, retaliatory conduct,
and misuse of official information by Wiley, Sheriff Robert Roberts,
County Attorney Scott Tidwell, and former Memorial Hospital physician
Rolando Arafiles, Jr., M.D.
In 2009, two longtime Memorial Hospital
nurses complained anonymously to the Texas Medical Board, alleging
that Arafiles had violated state regulations governing doctors. After
the board contacted Arafiles about the complaint, he asked Sheriff
Roberts-a close friend, patient, and alleged business partner-to use
official law-enforcement channels to obtain a copy of the
confidential complaint, which he did. As a result, Arafiles and
others officials were able to determine the identities of the nurses,
which would have been protected from disclosure if the Roberts had
not misused his position. The nurses were then fired by the hospital
and indicted for misuse of official information. The charge against
one of the nurses was dropped shortly before trial; the other was
acquitted by the jury. [Barrett S. Outrageous whistleblower
prosecution fails. Quackwatch, March 26, 2011]
http://www.quackwatch.org/14Legal/nurses.html

Wiley's plea agreement includes a pledge to cooperate with
prosecution of the other three on charges for retaliation and misuse
of official information. The Texas Board has charged Arafiles with
improperly treating nine patients and attempting to intimidate the
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« Reply #30 on: December 30, 2011, 08:41:32 PM »

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Consumer Health Digest #11-44
December 29, 2011
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Alleged stem scammers charged.

Three men have been arrested for their participation in a scheme to
manufacture, distribute and sell to the public stem cells and stem
cell procedures that were not FDA-approved: Francisco Morales, of
Brownsville, Texas; Alberto Ramon, of Del Rio, Texas; and Vincent
Dammai
, of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

Lawrence Stowe, of Dallas, Texas, also charged in relation to this case,
is considered a fugitive and a warrant remains outstanding for his arrest. The
defendants allegedly conspired to commit mail fraud and unlawfully
distributed stem cells derived from umbilical cord blood.
[Federal Indictments Lead to Arrests in Stem Cell Case, U.S. Attorney's Office
news release, Dec 28, 2011]
http://www.fbi.gov/sanantonio/press-releases/2011/federal-indictments-lead-to-arrests-in-stem-cell-case

  According to the indictments:

**The defendants distributed and used stems cells produced from
umbilical cord blood treat persons suffering from cancer, amyotrophic
lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis (MS) and other serious
diseases.

**From 2007 to 2010, Morales, who falsely represented that he was a
licensed physician in the United States, operated the Rio Valley
Medical Clinic in Brownsville, Texas, but would travel to Mexico to
perform the stem cell procedures on his patients.

**Stowe, who sometimes pretended to be a doctor, operated The Stowe
Foundation and Stowe Biotherapy Inc., through which he promoted and
marketed stem cells and other unapproved drug and biological products
for the treatment of cancer, ALS, MS and Parkinson's disease.

**The stem cells referenced in the indictment were created and
manufactured from umbilical cord blood obtained from birth mothers
who were patients of Ramon-a licensed midwife who operated The
Maternity Care Clinic in Del Rio, Texas.

**Ramon sold the cord blood to Global Laboratories, in Scottsdale,
Arizona, which sent the tissue to Dammai-a professor of pathology and
laboratory medicine in Charleston, S.C.

**Without obtaining approval, Dammai used university facilities to
create stem cells that were later sold by Global Laboratories.

**The defendants received more than $1.5 million from patients
suffering from incurable diseases.

Last April, CBS's "60 Minutes" aired a hard-hitting undercover report
about the defendants' activities. [21st century snake oil: "60
Minutes" cameras expose medical con men who prey on dying victims.
CBS News, April 18, 2010] Two indictments are posted on Casewatch,
one for Morales, Ramon, and Dammai
http://www.casewatch.org/doj/stowe/morales_indictment.pdf
, and the other for Stowe and Morales.
http://www.casewatch.org/doj/stowe/stowe_indictment.pdf

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« Reply #31 on: April 14, 2013, 09:05:48 PM »




Ob ein möglicher Kollateralschaden der geheimdienstlichen Enttarnung der finanziellen Lustbarkeiten von Steueroasengeldbeurlaubern ein Einblick in die Aktivitäten von Medizintouristen sein wird? Ich erwarte es!

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Lawrence Stowe sentenced!
« Reply #32 on: May 12, 2014, 01:50:46 PM »


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Lawrence Stowe sentenced

Lawrence Stowe has been sentenced to 78 months in prison followed by 3 years of supervised release for his role in a conspiracy to introduce misbranded and unapproved new drugs into interstate commerce.
[Illegal sale of stem cell case lands engineer to federal prison. USDOJ news release, May 2, 2014]

Restitution of $419,358 was also ordered, to be paid jointly and severally with co-defendant Francisco Morales, who was previously sentenced to 60 months in prison. According to their indictments:

Stowe and Morales distributed and used stem cells produced from umbilical cord blood to treat persons suffering from cancer, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis (MS) and other serious diseases.

Stowe, who sometimes pretended to be a doctor, also operated The Stowe Foundation and Stowe Biotherapy Inc., through which he promoted and marketed stem cells and other unapproved drug and biological products for the treatment of cancer, ALS, MS and Parkinson's disease.

From 2007 to 2010, Morales, who falsely represented that he was a licensed physician in the United States, operated the Rio Valley Medical Clinic in Brownsville, Texas, but would travel to Mexico to perform the stem cell procedures on his patients.

In 2010, CBS's "60 Minutes" aired a hard-hitting undercover report about Stowe's scheme. [21st century snake oil: "60 Minutes" cameras expose medical con men who prey on dying victims. CBS News, April 18, 2010] Stowe and Moralse pleaded guilty in 2012. [Convictions entered in two separate Texas cases involving stem cells. USDOJ news release, Sept 2, 2012]


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« Reply #33 on: May 12, 2014, 02:00:51 PM »

Die von Barrett ohne URL angegebene Quelle beim FBI ist schnell gefunden:

http://www.fbi.gov/houston/press-releases/2014/illegal-sale-of-stem-cell-case-lands-engineer-to-federal-prison

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HOUSTON—Lawrence Stowe, 61, has been ordered to prison for his role in a conspiracy to introduce misbranded and unapproved new drugs into interstate commerce, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson along with Tommy Hennesy, resident agent in charge of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-Office of Criminal Investigations. Stowe pleaded guilty September 7, 2012.

Today, U.S. District Judge Gray Miller sentenced Lawrence Stowe, 61, a total sentence of 78 months in federal prison to be immediately followed by three years of supervised release. In handing down the sentence, Judge Miller emphasized that Stowe “…took advantage of people dying and offered them hope.” Restitution was also ordered in the amount of $419,358 to be paid jointly and severally with co-defendant Francisco Morales, 54, of Brownsville. Morales was previously sentenced to 60 months in prison.

Stowe, of Moline, Illinois, admitted that beginning in January 2006, he utilized several businesses, Stowe BioTherapy Inc. and The Stowe Foundation to advertise and promote a medical treatment protocol for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s, and other neurological diseases. This treatment protocol, which was named “Applied Biologics,” consisted of supplements, vaccines, patient specific transfer factors and ultimately stem cell therapy. Stowe falsely represented to patients that this treatment protocol had been reviewed by all levels of the FDA and was effective in the treatment of ALS, MS, and Parkinson’s. There is currently no cure for these diseases.

At the hearing, testimony was presented by a sister of a victim in the scheme detailing how she cared for her brother in the last year of his life when he met Stowe and paid him $47,000 with the false hope of a cure. She said her brother did not have much cash, so the $47,000 was all his savings. Her brother was preyed upon and never helped medically by Stowe, she said.

“Preying on those who are among our most vulnerable consumers—those who are without hope of a cure for their conditions—is illegal and just plain wrong,” said Hennesy. “The FDA helps protect the public health, and we will move firmly against those who attempt to profit from the sale of false hope and fraudulent health products.”

Stowe entered a plea of guilty to conspiring with Morales and others to introduce supplements, vaccines, and stem cells that were not approved by the FDA, as well as introducing a misbranded and unapproved new drug called Immune Factor G-40 into interstate commerce, which had not been reviewed or approved by the FDA for human use.

Stowe further admitted that one of the unapproved drug products was a product called patient specific transfer factors. In order to produce this product, he obtained the services of a pathologist in Bryan/College Station. He then directed patients to send samples of their blood to the pathologist for the purpose of growing bacteria that would later be used to create the patient specific transfer factors. Stowe hired a laboratory in South Carolina to receive the bacteria which was then fed to chickens. The eggs produced by these chickens were later freeze dried, and the powder from the eggs were placed in capsules and sold to patients. Stowe admitted he knew the manufacturing process and the product itself was not approved by the FDA for that treatment of human diseases.

This case was presented on the CBS News program 60 Minutes in January 2010.

Previously released on bond, Stowe was permitted to remain on bond and voluntarily surrender to a U.S. Bureau of Prisons facility to be determined in the near future.

The cases were investigated by the FDA and the FBI with assistance from Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation. Former Assistant United States Attorney Samuel Louis and Assistant U.S. Attorney Cedric L. Joubert prosecuted the case with assistance of Carol Wallack with the Department of Justice Civil Division’s Consumer Protection Branch.
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« Reply #34 on: May 12, 2014, 02:19:17 PM »

Die 2011 von Barrett angegebene URL steht oben im Thread, aber die Pressemitteilung fehlt aus mir unerklärlich Gründen.

Das ist sie:

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Federal Indictments Lead to Arrests in Stem Cell Case
U.S. Attorney’s Office
December 28, 2011
Southern District of Texas (713) 567-9000

Three men have been arrested for their participation in a scheme to manufacture, distribute and sell to the public stem cells and stem cell procedures that were not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today along with Assistant Attorney General Tony West of the Department of Justice’s Civil Division, Special Agent in Charge Patrick J. Holland of the FDA-Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI) and Special Agent in Charge Cory B. Nelson of the FBI.

Francisco Morales, 52, of Brownsville, Texas, was arrested by Customs and Border Protection agents pursuant to a arrest warrant late Dec. 22, 2011. He made his initial appearance the following morning at which time he was ordered held without bond. Alberto Ramon, 48, of Del Rio, Texas, and Vincent Dammai, 40, of Mount Pleasant, S.C., were arrested yesterday. Ramon was arrested as he was about to enter his clinic and has already made his initial appearance in Del Rio, while Dammai was arrested in Florence, S.C., and is expected to make his initial appearance in Charleston, S.C., this morning. Lawrence Stowe, 58, of Dallas, Texas, also charged in relation to this case, is considered a fugitive and a warrant remains outstanding for his arrest. The two indictments in this matter, returned Nov. 9 and 10, 2011, have been unsealed by order of the court.

“Protecting the public from unproven and potentially dangerous drug and medical procedures is very important,” said Magidson. “This office will continue to prosecute violations involving threats to the public health.”

“This investigation identified a scheme whereby the suffering and hopes of victims in extreme medical need were used and manipulated for personal profit,” said Nelson. “The predatory and opportunistic nature of the crimes alleged in this indictment mirrors images from science fiction.”

The defendants allegedly conspired to commit mail fraud and unlawfully distributed stem cells derived from umbilical cord blood. According to the indictment, Morales and the others manufactured, distributed and used stems cells produced from umbilical cord blood to perform procedures not approved by the FDA to treat persons suffering from cancer, amytrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis (MS) and other autoimmune diseases. FDA approval is required before stem cells can be marketed to the public and used to treat incurable diseases and the FDA has not determined that stem cells are safe and effective in treating these diseases.

“This indictment demonstrates the commitment of the FDA to protect the American public from the harms inherent in being exposed to unapproved new drugs,” said Holland. “The FDA will continue to aggressively pursue perpetrators of such acts and ensure that they are punished to the full extent of the law.”

Beginning in March 2007 and continuing through 2010, the indictment alleges Morales falsely represented to the public that he was a physician licensed to practice medicine in the United States and provided medical advice to individuals regarding the benefits of stem cell treatments. Morales also allegedly falsely represented that he operated a medical clinic named Rio Valley Medical Clinic in Brownsville, Texas, in order to convince the public that he specialized in using stem cells to treat incurable diseases. After meeting patients in the United States, Morales would allegedly travel to Mexico to perform the stem cell procedures. The indictment further alleges that Stowe marketed, promoted and sold stem cells along with other drug and biological products for the treatment of cancer, ALS, MS and Parkinson’s Disease that had not been reviewed or approved by the FDA. Stowe operated several entities, including The Stowe Foundation and Stowe Biotherapy Inc., through which he allegedly marketed and sold these products.

The stem cells referenced in the indictment were created and manufactured from umbilical cord blood obtained from birth mothers who were patients of Ramon—a licensed midwife who operated The Maternity Care Clinic in Del Rio, Texas. Ramon allegedly sold the cord blood to a company called Global Laboratories located in Scottsdale, Ariz. After obtaining the cord blood from Ramon, the indictment alleges Global Laboratories would send the tissue to Dammai—a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine in Charleston, S.C. Dammai, without obtaining approval from FDA or University authorities, allegedly used university facilities to create stem cells that were later sold by Global Laboratories. As a result of this fraudulent scheme, the public was mislead into believing that stem cells and other drug and biological products sold by defendants had been approved by the FDA to treat cancer, ALS, MS and Parkinson’s Disease, The defendants allegedly received more than $1.5 million from patients suffering from incurable diseases.

The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Samuel Louis and Cedric Joubert with the assistance of Carol Wallack with the Consumer Protection Branch in the Department of Justice’s Civil Division. The case was investigated by the FDA-OCI, FBI and Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigations.

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« Reply #35 on: July 05, 2015, 06:35:44 AM »

Rückzugsgefechte des Herrn Klehr? Die Domain auravia.com ist aufgegeben und steht bei einem Domaingrabber für 2400 Dollar zum Verkauf.

Die Lesezugriffe auf diesen Thread steigen wieder schneller. Wie scheint, passiert da wieder etwas in dem Umfeld. Was haben die vor?
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« Reply #36 on: July 07, 2015, 05:41:00 PM »

Vielleicht hätten wir die Gesprächsbereitschaft der Freunde auf den Bahamas fördern sollen? Fragen wir sie noch einmal?
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