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August 1999 (Vol. 10 Issue 5)

MagazineAugust 1999 (Vol. 10 Issue 5)

This issue

FEATURE Smoke gets in your stomach

Regarding the news story that barbecued meat is not carcinogenic (WDDTY, vol 10, no 1): somewhere I read that rats fed daily with smoked food for 20 days continuously developed cancer of the stomach

FEATURE Thinking the cancer away

My son is in his early 40s and his reading of medicine is wide, reinforced by the mental discipline of the Oriental martial arts

FEATURE Rsi: what can really help?

I am very concerned that I could be developing RSI

FEATURE Bowel cancer

A special report on the failure of conventional treatment, the latest dietary prevention programmes and the most successful alternative treatments for bowel cancer, the second greatest cancer killer of all

FEATURE Protecting yourself against colon cancer

Of all the cancers, colorectal is the one where the role of diet as a cause of the disease has been the most intensively studied

FEATURE Fluoride in water: a humanitarian gesture

I read your article on fluoride (WDDTY, vol 9, no 12) with interest

FEATURE Spread the word about the herbal ban. . .

About these new proposals from the MCA with regard to our buying herbs and vitamins (WDDTY, vol 10, no 3): I had already written the Prime Minister and William Hague, but I will now try and spread the news of the impending curtailment of our freedom to choose the way we look after ourselves

FEATURE Parasites

Last month we reported that for many patients treated for intestinal problems like candida or a leaky gut who don't get better, the nub of the problem is often a parasite infection

FEATURE Does milk prevent colon cancer?

Although laboratory studies on animals and humans have shown that milk reduces the number of carcinogens in the faeces, in a recent survey of more than 100,000 people in the Netherlands, consumption of dairy products was associated with only a minor reduction of cancer risk (Cancer Res, 1994; 54: 3186-90)

FEATURE The official line: gm foods are good for you

I was intrigued by your editorial which castigates minimal official research receiving disproportional publicity (WDDTY, vol 10, no 2)

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