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Human incurable diseases


Incurable human disease is a myth and the result of ignorance. I have witnessed thousands of incurable diseases, such as asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, leprosy, paralysis of all types, cured by the progressive course of Macrobiotics from 10 days to several weeks. I am sure that there are no incurable diseases in the whole world, if only this method is applied correctly.
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Human incurable diseases

  1. Terrible and incurable AIDS
    AIDS is one of the most important and tragic problems that arose before all of humanity at the end of the 20th century. The point is not only that there are more than 250,000 patients officially registered in the world (half of whom have already died) and many millions infected. AIDS is a complex scientific problem. The causative agent of AIDS - the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) - refers to retroviruses, i.e.
  2. HEREDITY AND PATHOLOGY - GENE DISEASES. Chromosomal diseases. METHODS OF STUDYING HUMAN HERITAGE
    Gene diseases. Types of inheritance. Population method. Cytogenetic method. Chromosomal diseases. Prevention. Problem solving. Calculation of genetic risk. 1. Determine what offspring can be expected in marriages: a) a woman with trisomy on the X chromosome (47, + X), a man with Down syndrome (47, + 21); b) a healthy woman (46, XX) and a man with Klinefelter syndrome (47, XXX). 2. Classic
  3. How should one behave with a sick person who uses his illness in order to endear himself? I feel helpless because I want to help this man, but he does not believe in anything.
    The previous answer extends to this question. Why does a person often feel the need to help others without thinking that it can harm another? A person who decides to help someone, not thinking about what he can do, thinks only about himself. He needs someone's positive result to feel their own significance. Therefore he
  4. Geography of hereditary human diseases
    Currently, more than five thousand hereditary diseases are being detected. Most of these mutations are passed on from generation to generation, persisting and accumulating in the population. The overall frequency of gene diseases in human populations is 2–4%. Every nation has its own spectrum of characteristic mutations causing hereditary diseases. For example, studies of hereditary mutations of the population
  5. DISEASES NOT PREVENTED TO HUMAN THROUGH MEAT
    Toxoplasmosis is a natural focal anthropozoonotic, acute and chronically occurring protozoal disease of agricultural and many wild animals (including birds, rodents), as well as humans, caused by an intracellular parasite. Distributed everywhere. Pathogen: Toxoplasma gondii, has a semi-lunar or round shape, 4-7 microns long, 1.5-4 microns wide. Toxoplasma covered double
  6. GENETICS AND HUMAN DISEASES
    GENETICS AND DISEASES
  7. Diseases transmitted to humans through meat
    Trichinosis is an anthropozoonotic, acute and chronic disease of many mammalian species of a pronounced allergic nature, caused by larvae and mature nematodes of the genus Trichinella. Pigs, wild boars, bears, badgers, dogs, wolves, foxes, rodents (mice, cages, rodents are sick) , marine mammals of the Far North (beluga whales, walruses, seals), as well as humans. Have
  8. Diseases of civilization as a problem of modern man
    Life is a source of joy, but in whom speaks a spoiled stomach, the father of sorrow, for all sources are poisoned. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche Pathology. Risk factors. Hypokinesia. Hypodynamia. Diseases of civilization. Socially significant diseases. Socially caused diseases. Preventable mortality. There are many theories of health conditionality. One of the most
  9. Immunoprophylaxis and immunotherapy of human infectious diseases
    For the prevention and treatment of diseases, the creation of prophylactic, diagnostic and therapeutic drugs, combined into a group of immunobiological drugs, is of great importance. According to the modern classification of A. A. Vorobyov, immunological preparations include: preparations obtained from living or killed organisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi). To them from "live and killed vaccines,
  10. Topic: VIRUSES - PATHOGENS OF HUMAN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    4.1. DNA genomic viruses. 4.1.1. Poxviruses (Poxviridae family). General characteristics and classification. Variola virus. The structure of the virion. Antigens. Cultivation. Sensitivity to the action of chemical and physical factors. Hemagglutination. Pathogenetic features of the disease. Laboratory diagnosis. Intracellular inclusions (Guernieri calf). Specific
  11. Topic: VIRUSES - PATHOGENS OF HUMAN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    4.1. DNA genomic viruses. 4.1.1. Poxviruses (Poxviridae family). General characteristics and classification. Variola virus. The structure of the virion. Antigens. Cultivation. Sensitivity to the action of chemical and physical factors. Hemagglutination. Pathogenetic features of the disease. Laboratory diagnosis. Intracellular inclusions (Guernieri calf). Specific
  12. Diseases of animals transmitted to humans through milk
    The main diseases transmitted to humans through milk are tuberculosis, brucellosis, foot and mouth disease, and coccal infections. Brucellosis is caused by Br. melitensis, Br. abortus bovis, br. abortus suis. Brucellosis affects cows, sheep, goats, deer; from pets cats and dogs. The disease is observed in people in contact with sick animals (professional form) and eating foods.
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