Dateline NBC to feature Suzanne Somers unorthodox cancer treatments
Dateline NBC to feature Suzanne Somers unorthodox cancer treatments On February 15, 2011, NBC announced that Dateline NBC will feature Suzanne Somers and take a look at her controversial, unorthodox cancer treatment claims promoted in her books and on her website.A Recently, Suzanne Somers, 67, A has come A under fire for claims she has never had ...
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#1 Feb 20, 2011
I have never been so glad to see Susan Summers, bringing that information in the light.
It takes courage and she's got it. Bravo!
She is coming against the biggest fraud of this world, the drug industry, and their billions, at the expences of the millions of people dying each year from those crocks. All they can say is that those treatments are not scientifically tested, that is the biggest biais fraud that exist.
Look who is in charge, the famous Fda who's whole bunch of them, were working with Monsanto's before and now they are allowing all of our food supply to be poisoned, and then after that, people need treatments because they are sick. Who will protect those people, they just don't know anything and trust those charlatant drug pushers Dr's. Its the big wheel, whoever has the more money grease the wheel. I praise God that my eyes are wide open and I do not have to deal with those creeps, anymore.
As long as there is herb and homeopathic medicine on this earth, then God's medicine is still here.
Wake up America, read and get educated on the subject then only then you will see the truth.
God in his word said the truth will set you free.
Amen for that ! My husband and hundreds that I know didn't know and believed in them, they are now 6 feet under, they were lied to and poisoned with the only thing available still which is burning and poisoning. Cobalt and Chemo !
Cancer Society prey on the innocent, the vulnerable and the ignorant to get their wheel greased and going. It is part of the big scam.
Wake up and read !Get informed! You will see!
#2 Feb 22, 2011
I don't like it when someone comes off trying to be an expert when they have no training in a field they are attempting to be an expert in. However, what is worse is when a doctor does not do their homework either. The medical name for Valley Fever is not "coccidiomycosis" as your TV doctor pronounced it. It is "coccidioidomycosis" , with the "oido" part of the word referring to the egg-like appearance of the fungal spores found in the host's tissues. If you are going to talk about medical facts, get it right.
#3 Feb 22, 2011
For some reason the location came up with Wisconsin. It should be Champaign, IL.
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