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worelia

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Larry Malerba shoots his foot
« on: March 22, 2015, 01:59:29 AM »

Larry Malerba, allegedly an MD, shoots his foot. Malerba markets quackery and "metaphysics". He is an antivaxxer.

What else could one expect from a homeopath?



"You can lead a human to knowledge but you can't make him think."

You can bring all the scientific knowledge to a homeopath but you can't make him understand it or even accept it.
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Larry Malerba, Homeopath. OR: How to compete with a murderer gang.
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2015, 05:33:44 PM »

Larry Malerba is a homeopath. In other words: he is an extremely dangerous charlatan. "The Liberty Beacon", a somewhat piratesc group on the Net, yesterday released a text written by Malerba.

The gist: How could the pharmaceutical industry compete with a murderer gang.

Why does no one ask: Why should they? Murderers are a case for the row...


http://www.thelibertybeacon.com/2015/12/12/is-pharma-trying-to-eliminate-the-homeopathic-competition/

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Is Pharma Trying to Eliminate the Homeopathic Competition?

December 12, 2015 TLB Staff HEALTH 5

Is Pharma Trying to Eliminate the Homeopathic Competition?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contributed to TLB by: Center for Homeopathic Advocacy

Now that the deadline for public comment at FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and FTC (Federal Trade Commission) has officially come to a close, supporters of homeopathy are waiting to see what steps, if any, will be taken to further regulate the marketing of homeopathic medicines. In light of these developments and other recent events, some believe that there is an organized effort under way to discredit this venerable medical art and science.

Homeopathy is a 200 year-old holistic system of healing with a remarkable safety record and a reputation for yielding excellent results. It employs small doses of naturally occurring substances, which are prescribed in accordance with the principle of similars: A treatment is chosen on the basis of a homeopathic medicine’s ability to closely mimic the symptom pattern of the sick individual.

However, FDA and FTC actions in the U.S. along with similar developments in the U.K., Australia, and Canada have homeopathic supporters wondering.

Although homeopathy has been part of the U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS) since 1948, recent pressure by anti-homeopathy activists has led to a decision by the Dept. of Health to review the status of NHS funding for homeopathy.

One U.K. homeopathic physician, Dr. David Fitton, noted,

“It’s quite respectable in all European countries, and it’s well integrated at the consultant level, but for some reason in the UK there’s a big anti-homeopathy attitude, a campaign almost.” (1)

Meanwhile, in Canada, a University of Toronto professor’s efforts to conduct research on the homeopathic treatment of children with ADHD have also met with resistance. A group of scientists led by well-known anti-holistic medicine activist, Joe Schwarcz, of McGill University, sent a letter to Univ. of Toronto questioning why it would sanction a study based on a therapy like homeopathy. A response from U. of T. stated that,

“Rigorous research into these products and therapies—including the research conducted by Professor Boon and at the Centre for Integrative Medicine—helps patients and their caregivers make informed treatment choices.” (2)

Coincidentally—or not—a recent review conducted by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) in Australia concluded that, “there are no health conditions for which there is reliable evidence that homeopathy is effective.”

This rather sweeping and surprisingly bold condemnation of homeopathy contradicted a prior review sponsored by the Swiss government, which came to the opposite conclusion. That study vindicated homeopathy, calling it effective, safe, and cost-effective. It recommended that homeopathy be included in Switzerland’s national health program.

The American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists (AAHP) responded to the Australian review:

“The AAHP considers their conclusion to be a blanketed and unfounded generalization about the therapeutic effects of all homeopathic medicines. This overreaching announcement is a disservice to patients and health care systems around the world.” (3)

A Homeopathy Research Institute critique of the Australian study pointed out…

“… deep flaws in how the NHMRC had analyzed the evidence on homeopathy. This raises questions … leading to serious concerns about the conduct of this governmental body.” (4)

Homeopathic supporters are familiar with the standard arguments lodged by anti-homeopathy activists who like to call themselves “skeptics.” They insist that there is no scientific evidence to support homeopathy. They repeat this unfounded claim in spite of a growing body of evidence to the contrary.

It has recently come to light that a well-known skeptic organization, Sense About Science, which actively campaigns against homeopathy in the UK, was reportedly accepting money from Coca-Cola to spread disinformation downplaying the dangers of sugary drinks. Coca-Cola’s Chief Science & Health Officer immediately “retired” from her position after the Associated Press exposed the scam. (5)

Iris Bell, MD, PhD, is a Stanford University School of Medicine graduate and Director of Research for the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles. In response to critics’ claims that there is no scientific evidence to support homeopathy, Dr. Bell noted that such claims…

“…rely on a small selection of methodologically flawed, highly criticized meta-analyses of homeopathy while ignoring the specific peer-reviewed published scientific evidence from multiple independent laboratories that homeopathic medicines are biologically active on gene expression, immune modulation, and biological signaling effects. It also ignores data showing that homeopathic medicines can have beneficial effects in individual patients and in animals different from placebo effects in a number of studies.”

Psychiatrist and homeopathic physician, Bernardo Merizalde, MD, states that the skeptics have got it wrong,

“The claim that there is no evidence is not true. Two hundred years of history and thousands of practitioners is evidence in and of itself. Five meta-analyses have found a significant number of high quality trials proving that homeopathic medicines have biological effects that cannot be explained as placebo.”

In the U.S., the FDA has regulated homeopathy ever since the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act was passed in 1938. The ostensible reason given for FDA’s regulatory review has been a surprising surge in sales of homeopathic OTC medicines. While FDA estimates this number to be $2.9 billion, the American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists reported that the figure was closer to $800 million. This is a paltry drop in the bucket compared to the $374 billion spent on conventional drugs in 2014.

When asked about FDA’s actions, Ronald Whitmont, MD, President of the American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH), noted that,

“Homeopathic medicines have been used for more than two hundred years and have an excellent safety profile. The majority of OTC homeopathic products are in compliance with FDA guidelines. The AIH continues to work with other homeopathic organizations to assist the FDA in their review process.”

On the legal front, in September 2015, a judge dismissed a class action suit against twelve homeopathic products made by Hylands Inc. Using language similar to that used by skeptic groups, plaintiffs failed to discredit homeopathy by claiming that it is a “pseudoscience.” It took the jury less than a day to reject plaintiffs’ claims. (6)

Given the fact that homeopathy has met with resistance simultaneously on multiple fronts, many are wondering if this is an organized effort. Dr. Larry Malerba, who has practiced homeopathic medicine for more than 25 years, says that he has never witnessed this level of antipathy toward holistic medicine before:

“When one considers the broad array of recent anti-homeopathy activities that cross international borders, it would be naïve to think that there wasn’t a common motivating influence. One has to wonder who stands to gain the most from this witch hunt.”

Homeopathy, in particular, is a thorn in the side of Pharma because of the fact that its unique medicines are FDA regulated, safe, inexpensive, and can’t be patented. Malerba asked the question,

“Could it be that the media is missing the larger story here, that a powerful medical monopoly is seeking to destroy one of its most successful competitors?”

In India, where homeopathy enjoys tremendous popularity, there are an estimated 250 thousand homeopathic practitioners. Indian homeopath, Dr Sreevals G Menon, seems to agree that there is something fishy going on. He recently wrote:

“The renewed and more vigorous attack on the efficacy of homoeopathy as a curative therapy picked up internationally by the media is nothing but a sinister pogrom by the powerful pharmaceutical corporations the world over.” (7)

Media activist and former CBS News correspondent, Sharyl Attkisson, addressed the issue of media manipulation in a recent TED talk. She used the term “astroturfing” to describe fake grassroots movements that are funded by corporate interests in order to control and distort media messages.

Homeopathic supporters have long suspected that Pharma is secretly funding skeptic organizations. It appears that Pharma astroturfs by taking advantage of skeptic organizations that have strong anti-holistic medicine beliefs, encouraging them to spread false information about homeopathy.

But questions remain. Does this constitute an anti-democratic assault on freedom of medical choice? Are media outlets that have been manipulated by corporate medical interests feeding false information to consumers? Why is an increasingly popular medical therapy known for its long track record of safety suddenly receiving so much negative attention?

Unlike some drugs that have been taken off the market after doing a great deal of damage, homeopathy has caused no such harm. Many believe that corporate stakeholders are conspiring to deprive satisfied consumers of their freedom to pursue the therapy of their choice. Perhaps the truth may only be found by connecting the dots.
REFERENCES:

(1) http://www.mancunianmatters.co.uk/content/151174988-ongoing-medical-battle-prestwich-doctor-slates-uks-anti-homeopathy-attitude
(2) http://www.thestar.com/life/health_wellness/2015/03/05/scientists-critical-of-u-of-t-homeopathy-study.html
(3) http://www.aahp.info/articles/aahp-response-to-australian-study-on-homeopathic-effectiveness/
(4) https://www.hri-research.org/2015/03/nhmrc-publishes-flawed-report-despite-concerns-raised-during-public-consultation/
(5) https://www.wddty.com/news/2015/12/coca-colas-spin-doctor-quits-after-emails-leaked-2.html
(6) http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=7d9b009a-e041-422c-b9cc-bb0437958523
(7) http://www.homeobook.com/anti-homeopathy-pogrom-in-uk-an-inside-story/?fb_action_ids=706060189496083&fb_action_types=og.likes
Source: Center for Homeopathic Advocacy
Contact: Larry Malerba, DO
HomeopathyAdvocacy@gmail.com

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Larry Malerba, the natural killer
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2015, 05:50:05 PM »

Measles is a preventable disease. Prevention is only possible by vaccination.

A treatment to heal measles is not possible. No way!

So, what does Larry Malerba try to persuade parents to? And what does he offer them? His offer is a shame for the whole homeopathy community because he breaks the basic rules given by Hahnemann: Do find the right remedy each time new again. There is no general applicable remedy.

Larry Malerba neither qualifies for a homeopath nor for a medical doctor because any medical doctor worth the title applies vaccination to prevent measles.

Measles is a lethal disease. According to Malerba's own figures about 4 percent lethality 100 years ago, and still lethal today, in a number of cases each year. So, leading parents into not giving their children the appropriate preventive vaccination is nothing else but leading the children to death. Not all of them, but some will die. What else could such a "doctor" be called but "a natural killer"?

http://spiritsciencehealing.com/homeopathic-treatment-for-measles/


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Homeopathic Treatment for Measles

by Larry Malerba, DO, DHt – With all the uproar over a recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. it is important to know that there is effective treatment for this illness. What was once considered a routine childhood condition not that long ago has morphed into a deadly microbial specter in the minds of the general public. Regardless of the hype, there is treatment available to those willing to keep an open mind.

This overblown reaction to the threat of measles has been made possible by the convergence of three primary factors:

    The Age of Terror that we now live in.
    A morally bankrupt attention seeking media that fails to investigate and report the true facts.
    Medical Big Brother, which has no compunction about taking advantage of factors 1 and 2 to further its corporate agenda.

The real facts are as follows (1): According to CDC records, there has not been a single death attributable to measles in the past ten years. However, according to records kept by the government created and funded Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), over the past ten years there have been one-hundred and eight (108) deaths related to measles vaccines. So when you hear the mantra that vaccines are safe, repeated ad nauseam by all forms of media, you are being lied to. And the proof is to be found in the government’s own records.

The real reason we hear so much about the measles vaccine controversy is because conventional medicine has no actual treatment for measles other than symptomatic relief and supportive measures like rest and fluid intake. It focuses on prevention because it has nothing else to offer. Hence the irrational emphasis on a vaccine that the medical establishment admits is not living up to expectations. In typical fashion, the solution being debated—more doses of measles vaccine—is the same strategy that has led to our current impasse.

We only hear one side of the story because all dissenting voices—including those of some well-known politicians—are harassed into silence by ludicrous accusations that anyone who thinks otherwise is a “science denier.” In similar fashion, if anyone dares to suggest that there is a viable alternative treatment, it is automatically rejected as “pseudoscience.” Pseudoscience is nothing more than medical profanity aimed at those who disagree with mainstream medical beliefs.

I’d like to know how it came to be that we are no longer allowed to question the assertions of science. Even liberal leaning media outlets, which are usually the first to question abuses of power, tend to give medical science a pass, as if it is synonymous with truth, and immune to corporate influence and institutional corruption. I have a medical degree and I believe in most things that science teaches, but I am not willing to suspend my critical judgment just because the prevailing groupthink demands it. Never mind that there actually is an effective alternative measles therapy that has been around for more than a hundred years; medicine is too arrogant and dismissive to even entertain the possibility.

Medicine also has the temerity to orchestrate a witch-hunt against the unvaccinated, which it blames for the current outbreak. A recent study revealed numerous measles outbreaks in China where a full 99% of the population has been vaccinated for measles. Are we to believe that the unvaccinated have something to do with this? Or is it the more likely scenario, which is that measles vaccine does not confer the immunity that is supposed to provide?

It is common knowledge that those who have chosen not to vaccinate are often some of the most highly educated members of society. To blame those who have, within the guidelines of state law, legally opted not to receive the measles vaccine is both unscientific and unconscionable. Am I encouraging parents not to vaccinate their children against measles? No. I have always believed that it should come down to a matter of personal choice.

Let me see if I can follow the logic here. The supposed reason fully vaccinated individuals are getting measles is due to exposure to unvaccinated persons, and the solution is to vaccinate them with the same vaccine that has failed to provide protection to those who have already received the vaccine. And to top it all off, those who question this logic are dismissed as selfish people who don’t really understand science. Is it me, or is this just a lot of crazy talk? Well, enough about what I really think. Let’s talk about measles.

Homeopathic Treatment for Measles

For those who may not already know, homeopathic medicine has a long track record of successful measles treatment. A survey of 19 Boards of Health across the U.S. during the measles epidemic of the late 1800’s revealed that those treated by conventional medical doctors had a mortality rate of 4.0% while those given homeopathic treatment had a 0.8% rate. (2) That’s a five-fold difference.

Homeopathic medicines are inexpensive, readily available over-the-counter, FDA approved, and commonly found in most natural health stores. There is a great deal of research that supports the effectiveness of homeopathy (3), although hardcore skeptics are known for their refusal to acknowledge this basic truth.

Briefly, homeopathy employs small doses of naturally occurring substances, which are prescribed in accordance with the principle of similars. A treatment is chosen on the basis of a homeopathic medicine’s ability to closely mimic the symptom pattern of the sick individual. As per the principle of similars, the symptoms that a substance can cause is an indication of the symptoms that it can be used to treat. In this manner, the overall effect is to assist the self-healing capacity of the body. The names of homeopathic medicines look strange because they are the Latin words for the genus and/or species of the medicinal plant, mineral, and animal substances that they are made from.

Common symptoms of measles include fever, irritated eyes, runny nose, white spots inside the mouth, and dry cough, followed several days later by a red rash that starts at the head or neck and moves down the body. A homeopathic prescription is based upon the unique way in which these symptoms manifest in each individual case. If you suspect that you or your loved one has a case of the measles, it is best to consult an experienced homeopathic professional.

Let’s review the symptom profiles of some of the most commonly indicated homeopathic medicines for measles.

Aconitum: This medicine is indicated in the early stages of measles, before the rash emerges. There is sudden onset of high fever, with red eyes, runny nose, sore throat, and dry cough. There is often a thirst for cold drinks, and an anxious, frightened state of mind that makes the person appear physically and mentally restless.

Apis mellifica: This medicine may be indicated when the measles rash is slow to erupt and there is puffiness and swelling, especially on the face around the eyes and lips. There is also irritability and itchiness, both of which are aggravated from warmth in general.

Belladonna: The hallmark of this medicine is the sudden onset of high fever, often around 3pm, that results in a pounding headache and a bright red face. There may be delirium, with a cloudy, confused, or drowsy state of mind.

Bryonia: This is a commonly indicated medicine in all types of viral illnesses. The telltale indication is that the person feels worse from any kind of motion, and is inclined to sit or lie quietly so as not to provoke symptoms. Headache and dry cough intensify with motion and lessen with stillness. There is often irritability and thirst for cold drinks.

Euphrasia: Useful when the symptoms look like conjunctivitis and center on the eyes, which are very runny, red, inflamed, and sensitive to light. Particularly indicated when the tears are burning and irritating but the nasal discharge is conversely mild and bland. Cough occurs during the daytime but is better at night in bed.

Gelsemium: Clues that indicate this medicine include chills, fatigue, great drowsiness, an overall lack of thirst, and headache in the back of the head. The person who needs this medicine will sleep long hours through night and day.

Pulsatilla: For cases of measles where the fever is not high and the symptoms are not too intense. The person is often warm, avoids too much clothing or heavy blankets, and is reluctant to drink fluids for lack of thirst. The state of mind is needy, sad, and desirous of company and comforting.

Rhus toxicodendron: The keynote indication here is the itchy skin that feels better from warm applications. There is also a restless state of mind and body that causes the person to toss and turn while trying to lie at rest, or sleep at night.

Stramonium: Here, we see high fever, red face, fear, and restlessness. The child is afraid of the dark and does not want to be left alone. There can be nightmares and neurologic symptoms such as twitching of muscles and grinding of the teeth.

Sulphur: The emphasis with this medicine is on itching, which is aggravated from the warmth of clothing and bedcovers. The skin can appear purplish, and the itching can be a function of a failure of the rash to fully emerge.

A few doses of the correct homeopathic medicine can reduce symptoms, encourage the measles rash to erupt without delay (like it should), prevent complications, and speed recovery.

Notes:

(1) Zero U.S. Measles Deaths in 10 Years, but Over 100 Measles Vaccine Deaths Reported. vaccineimpact.com, http://vaccineimpact.com/2015/zero-u-s-measles-deaths-in-10-years-but-over-100-measles-vaccine-deaths-reported/

(2) David A. Strickler, MD. Comparative vital statistics. Transactions of the American Institute of Homeopathy 1898: 527-542.

(3) National Center for Homeopathy, Research Library. http://www.homeopathycenter.org/research

Larry Malerba, DO, DHt is a classical homeopath, osteopathic physician, and educator whose mission is to build bridges between holistic healing, conventional medicine, and spirituality. He is the author of Metaphysics & Medicine: Restoring Freedom of Thought to the Art and Science of Healing and Green Medicine: Challenging the Assumptions of Conventional Health Care. Dr. Malerba is board certified in Homeotherapeutics, is Clinical Assistant Professor at New York Medical College, and past president of the Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of New York.

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Re: Larry Malerba shoots his foot
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2015, 05:17:17 PM »

Gloxinia: "How could the pharmaceutical industry compete with a murderer gang."

That is the question!

And here is an answer:

http://www.thelibertybeacon.com/2015/12/12/is-pharma-trying-to-eliminate-the-homeopathic-competition/

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In over 220 years all that the homeopaths ALL OVER THE GLOBE could get together are lousy 5 rotten meta-analyses. FIVE!

In over 220 years all that the homeopaths ALL OVER THE GLOBE could get together are lousy 5 rotten meta-analyses. FIVE!

FIVE meta-analyses, and each of them is bloody junk. Homeopathy is fraud, and no righteous medical doctor in his whole life ever would fall for that damned fraud. NO ONE!

No righteous medical doctor will do, and no one will compete with a murderer gang like homeopaths are. Exposing children to preventable diseases is murder.
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You want to kill your children? Bring them to Larry Malerba.
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2015, 05:38:45 PM »

Larry Malerba is a rotten fraud. Here you see him lying with false figures:

http://spiritsciencehealing.com/homeopathic-treatment-for-measles/

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Homeopathic Treatment for Measles

For those who may not already know, homeopathic medicine has a long track record of successful measles treatment. A survey of 19 Boards of Health across the U.S. during the measles epidemic of the late 1800’s revealed that those treated by conventional medical doctors had a mortality rate of 4.0% while those given homeopathic treatment had a 0.8% rate. (2) That’s a five-fold difference.
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Lying with statistics, that is one of the typical homeopathic treatment. Homeopathy is nothing but lies and plain fraud.


And the "treatment" with the sugar pill dreck is no medical treatment, it is lethal fraud. Measles must be prevented because there exists no medical treatment to heal measles. There simply does not exist any treatment to heal measles. Once measles have struck the only thing one can do is to try to dampen the effects. Measles is caused by a virus which wipes out a large part of the immune system memory, not only damaging the immune system for about six weeks, what we already know for quite a long time now, no, the measles virus causes severe harm to the immune system FOR YEARS, even destroying already existing immunity against diseases. This was found out in the recent years, not very long ago.

But Larry Malerba still lies

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How can a medical chamber allow a dangerous fraud like Larry Malerba to practise? It is overdue to kick them in their behinds.
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