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Researcher Reverses Emphysema in Over 100 Patients
A researcher in Florida reverses his mother’s emphysema and helps more than one hundred patients do the same.
Miller said all the doctors’ responses were essentially the same, “We don’t know why emphysema gets worse even after the patient stops smoking. It’s a mystery to us and the entire medical industry. The disease is terminal and nothing can be done to stop its progression.”
Mr. Miller began to uncover information in the area of Applied Clinical Mycology that looked promising. The more he researched, the more it looked like mycology might provide the answers he was looking for.
Mayo Clinic had released findings from a study they had conducted in 1999 stating that 96% of the time, sinusitis (a “head cold”) was due to a fungal infection.
“Most doctors are still prescribing antibiotics for sinusitis which only serves to ensure its chronicity,”
Why didn’t the doctors know this? Dr. Michael Gray, a mold specialist in Benson, AZ stated with respect to mold and other fungal infections, “It is an area that is not well-taught and not well-recognized.”
Dr. Gray does not blame doctors for not knowing this information but rather cited medical schools that give little or no class time to environmental concerns such as mold and fungi.
“The doctors were not even covering Clinical Mycology in medical school!” Miller stated surprisingly.
The World Health Organization (WHO) published a report on toxic molds (fungi) that notes significant health issues. It warned that “exposure to mycotoxins (toxins produced by fungi) can produce both acute and chronic toxicities ranging from death to deleterious effects on the central nervous, cardiovascular and pulmonary systems.”
Dr. A.V. Constantini of the WHO stated that, “fungal infections are the most overlooked medical problem in the world.”
Mr. Miller started his mother on an anti-fungal diet and included a number of powerful anti-fungal supplements. Her improvements began almost immediately. He also found a physician who would prescribe systemic anti-fungal medications. His mother was in End Stage Emphysema requiring 4 liters of supplemental oxygen at the time and did not have many months left according to her doctors.
After 4 months on the anti-fungal regimen she had regained 23 of the 26 pounds she had lost since her diagnosis and was able to go all day (18 hours) without any supplemental oxygen, even sleeping without it. In addition, her Alzheimer’s Disease was greatly affected.
“She was standing up straight and more coherent than she had been in over 15 years. I was happy but shocked.” Miller stated.
Mr. Miller detailed his mother’s struggles and eventual recovery from emphysema in a book entitled, “How I Reversed My Mom’s Emphysema” which has already assisted over 100 people in reversing their emphysema.
Miller notes in his book, “The medications prescribed for emphysema cost upwards of $1000 a month and do not reverse the symptoms or cure the disease.”
“The patient can generally survive for about 5 years ($60,000) taking these medications. The anti-fungal medications that actually help reverse emphysema cost only $180,” Miller added.
Could medical science be missing the boat by ignoring fungal infections?
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