Therapy in Conventional Medicine - GHK Seminar Tutorial

$24.95

Description

with Ing. Helmut Pilhar (Olivia’s father)

the lecturer appointed by Dr. Hamer, MD.

Description

Conventional medicine admits that it does not know the cause of any disease. Its therapy is, therefore, inevitably experimental.
Can cancer be inherited? Are there carcinogenic substances?
Can diet, not smoking, and exercise protect us against cancer?
Has conventional medicine really increased our life expectancy?
How does conventional medicine think about metastases?
What does conventional medicine know about the causes of cancer? Where does it get its “knowledge?” – From statistics and animal experiments!
Is it a science at all? Where does chemo come from?
The fatal effect of morphine?
What causes the diagnosis shock in the patient?

Objective

The objective is to understand where conventional medicine gets its “knowledge” from and from which considerations they act.

NOTICE:
I am not a therapist! At the moment, the motto is: GET IT YOURSELF OR STAY IN CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE!

Topics

1st Biological Law of Nature, 3rd Biological Law of Nature, 5. Biological Law of Nature, AIDS, alternative medicine, asbestos, radiation, frying fat, book AIDS, chemo, cortisone, diagnostic shock, dogma, double-blind study, hereditary diseases, nutrition, experimental, formaldehyde, Frechet Marc, early detection, genetic, fasting cure, infection, cost GHK, cost CM, carcinogenic, cancer experts, cancer drugs, crisis, life expectancy, medication, Mein Studentenmaedchen, metastasis, morphine, side effect GHK, side effect CM, emergency medicine, surgery, Petrovic Madeleine, pharma, politics, smoking, pain, conventional medicine, spontaneous healing, sport, statistics, euthanasia, TCM, tar, therapist, therapy GHk, therapy success GHk, therapy success CM, animal experiments, Chernobyl, Zielinski Christoph

Target audience

Beginners

Duration

1:50 hour / 141 Pages

Format

Video on Demand (VOD) + downloadable MP3-file + downloadable PDF-file

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