Editorial Issue 219 Print Email

My heart sings when I read books and articles which totally embody comprehensive and inclusive integrative / alternative treatments which actually achieve a result. Examples of this abound in Positive Health PH Online Issue 219

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Editorial Issue 218 Print Email

Chemotherapy - one of the three legally sanctioned highly toxic cancer treatments - the other two are surgery and radiotherapy - has often been depicted in graphic terms including  “barbaric, medieval, crimes against humanity, genocide”[1]. Lord Maurice Saatchi’s beloved wife Josephine Hart died in 2011 from inoperative and terminal ovarian cancer following chemotherapy and radiation treatments which he describes as "medieval, "degrading and ineffective” in interviews and articles published in the mainstream media.[2,3]  Maurice (Lord) Saatchi’s Medical Innovation Bill has been redrafted after a public consultation organised by the UK Department of Health (DH)[4] and went to committee stage in the House of Lords on 24th October 2014.[5] 

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Editorial Issue 217 Print Email

Prior to the launch of Positive Health PH Online in 1994 I attended a Conference at the Bristol Cancer Help Centre to discuss Nutritional and Lifestyle Guidelines for Cancer Patients. A paper by that name of which I was the lead author was subsequently published in J Nutritional Medicine, now Journal Nutritional and Environmental Medicinehttp://informahealthcare.com/doi/ref/10.3109/13590849409034555

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Editorial Issue 216 Print Email

I have been reflecting about how often during my life I have made ‘wrong’ decisions which have resulted in me pursuing the wrong course / career path, living in the wrong country, choosing the wrong partner / husband, having less than optimum treatment for an illness, moving / selling my house and so on. The list of possibly wrong decisions over a lifetime is endless. I have not been alone in making stupid decisions; just contemplate the countless ill-judged decisions for nations to go to war, including the First World War on its 100th anniversary, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya to name but a few examples.

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Editorial Issue 215 Print Email

Numerous global health issues are steadily progressing which may boil over and potentially overwhelm and threaten our ability to overcome infection / diseases and maintain good health. Several of these include bacterial, viral (HIV) and parasitic (malarial) resistance to antibiotics and antiviral medicines, resulting in our inability to withstand infection, which could possibly threaten  some of the miracles of modern medicine including surgical operations.  Other equally devastating burgeoning epidemics include those of diabetes, obesity and cancer and their sequelae.

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