Has Heart Disease Been Cured?

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In plain language, this book describes the unmasking of an infectious spark for coronary artery disease, along with tests for detecting it and a drug combination that gradually gets rid of it.
For years doctors have been mystified by heart disease symptoms that suggest the presence of an infection. Each time they treat what seems to be a viral or bacterial cause, the condition continues. Now, after more than a century and vast sums spent on seeking a contagious cause, a big part...
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Overview

In plain language, this book describes the unmasking of an infectious spark for coronary artery disease, along with tests for detecting it and a drug combination that gradually gets rid of it.
For years doctors have been mystified by heart disease symptoms that suggest the presence of an infection. Each time they treat what seems to be a viral or bacterial cause, the condition continues. Now, after more than a century and vast sums spent on seeking a contagious cause, a big part of the code has been cracked; not just by famous research institutions, but by scientists in Finland who found the trigger, and a Florida practitioner who developed a drug therapy for it. Researchers from around the world are replicating the discoveries and a clinical trial of the treatment has been completed.
Yet while the pathogen has been isolated and the treatment seems to get rid of this heart disease "trigger", other scientists claim that it doesn't exist.
The controversy centers on a phenomenon known as "calcification".
If calcification were defined as a disease, then it would be the most widespread illness on Earth. It is found in arteries, kidney stones, cataracts, gum disease, and arthritis. Yet most patients have never heard the term applied to their conditions. This is because while doctors know calcification well, they have not been able to solve the question: Why do we calcify?
The spark for calcification may be the smallest, most ancient organism; one that challenges the very definition of life. Its discovery has scientists arguing over its existence, while paradoxically patients who have been treated for it are improving. Find out why in "Has Heart Disease Been Cured?"

Douglas Mulhall's earlier book "Our Molecular Future" ISBN 1573929921 has been recommended several times in the B&N "Top Ten of Everything" lists and praised as "must-read" by New Scientist.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781932133738
  • Publisher: Writers' Collective, The
  • Publication date: 11/28/2003
  • Pages: 250

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2003

    SHOULD TOP THE BESTSELLER LIST SOON!!!!!!!

    READ THIS BOOK NOW >>> This book will cause a revolution in how heart disease is treated by physicians. Equally important is the paradigm shift in medical thinking that will be forced to occur after the general public understands the underlying cause and proper treatment of heart disease! Just imagine: No more bypasses or stents, all you have to do is use this NanobacTX prescription nanobiotic every night to eradicate your heart disease! WOW. The research described here is cutting-edge and highly disruptive to the current big pharma system of 'take your symptom-relieving drugs forever', as this technology is reversing heart disease (with the reversal goes the need for all the usual symptom-controlling drugs). Years ago, we used to cut out ulcerous stomachs until it was shown that the ulcers were caused by an infection. Surgeons had to stop the cutting because all that was needed to fix the ulcer was an antibiotic. Now, heart disease (heart attacks, congestive heart failure, etc) has been shown to be due to an infection by nanobacteria. All you need to do is take the nanobiotics and your heart disease goes away. This is the most important discovery in the history of medicine.....Larry King, listen up.....WallStreet, LISTEN UP!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2003

    Everybody over 40 has to read this

    A straightforward sensible explanation of why researchers have had so much trouble finding a cause of heart disease, and how one 'trigger' has finally been discovered and treated using new investigative methods. The book takes us on a trail through research into infection in heart disease, up until where we are today, with factual examples and well researched footnotes. It also gives a good historical explanation of why another disease with infectious origins--stomach ulcers--went unchecked for years after a cure was discovered. The thing that I liked most is that the authors don't hype it. They don't claim that it's a miracle cure, and are careful to say that we are just at the start of a path. That's refreshing. Two thumbs up!!!

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