Sunday, November 22, 2015

FDA Approves Experimental GMO Salmon for Human Consumption Despite Lack of Adequate Safety Studies

by Jonathan Benson (NaturalNews)

Just as we predicted, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has brazenly betrayed the public's trust by approving the world's first genetically modified (GM) animal in direct defiance of science – a transgenic salmon branded "AquAdvantage" that has never been proven safe for human consumption or the natural environment.

The New York Times (NYT) reports that AquAdvantage, a product of AquaBounty Technologies, has received official FDA approval after years of fierce lobbying by its manufacturer in favor of open approval. Despite repeated warnings from detractors that AquAdvantage poses serious threats to aquatic ecosystems and humans, the FDA has determined that this GM fish is completely safe for everything and everyone on the planet.

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

5-YEAR OLD BEAT LEUKEMIA WITH CANNIBIS OIL WHEN CHEMOTHERAPY FAILED

PreventDisease.com 
NOVEMBER 3, 2015 by JOE BATTAGLIA

Two years ago, Landon Riddle had acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL), a cancer of the blood and bone marrow which is the most common cancer in children. His mother says his condition improved so much following treatment with medical marijuana that chemotherapy was not needed. But the Children's Hospital of Colorado, disagreed insisting chemotherapy poisons were the best choice and threatened his mother with legal action and removal of her child from her care.



It all started back in September 2012. Landon, then 2, was living with his mother, Sierra Riddle, in St. George, Utah, when he developed a sore throat and swollen lymph nodes. The emergency room doctor said it was a virus and sent him home.


Two days later he went back. His armpits were swollen. "They thought it was either a virus or infection in the lymph nodes, so they gave him some antibiotics," Sierra Riddle says.

But on the fifth day, his mother says she was changing his diaper and noticed his groin was also swollen, as well as his abdomen and throat. He was having trouble breathing.

That time, she got a frightening diagnosis: cancer. Landon was flown to a children's hospital in Salt Lake City.