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Clinton discharged from hospital
Published: 03.01.13, 08:26
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1. Wishing the good lady a speedy recovery
Haim ,   TA   (01.03.13)
2. Mrs. Clinton needs to go to the Whitaker Wellness Center in
Rivkah   (01.03.13)
Newport Beach, California, for tests and classes on diet changes and the least toxic medicines that are effective for her condition. Rx blood thinners such as Coumadin are the number one killer of the elderly among Rx meds. She needs to get off Coumadin which is rat poison (warfarin) if she wants a better outcome than becoming a statistic in the Rx med deaths from Coumadin if she is taking that which is likely. Coumadin should be taken off the market and the doctors who prescribe it should be sued until they stop prescribing it.
3. Hey, Rivkah
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (01.03.13)
I have a question for you. What do you recommend as a cure for women diagnosed with Stage IIIC breast cancer? Which vitamins, minerals and other hoo-doo medicine do you suggest? Just curious.
4. 3 Sarah: Curing cancer may not be possible, but getting
Rivkah   (01.04.13)
it into remission is possible and there are many ways to do that. Dr. Loraine Day's writings are helpful as is Actress Suzanne Sommers' book "Knock Out: How Doctors are Curing Cancer". Dr. Hulda Clark's "How to Cure Cancer" is helpful in reading and following her advice. Going to a German Klinik like President Ronald Reagan did and being infected with a bacteria to raise body temperature to kill the cancer virus that in him had metastasized got his cancer into remission and he went back to work as POTUS and got re-elected. Getting cancer into remission can be done many ways. It is like kocking the legs off the cancer table. There is a parasite/virus/fungus aspect that needs to be addressed. There is a low tissue oxygen level that needs to be addressed. There is a radiation/toxic heavy metals aspect that has to be addressed. There is a body acidity problem that has to be addressed. Once enough legs are knocked out from the cancer table, it goes into remission.
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