Good-Bye, Incurable Diseases!

Good-Bye, Incurable Diseases!

by Kimihiko Okazaki M. D.


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Good-Bye, Incurable Diseases! by Kimihiko Okazaki M. D.

This medical guide introduces methods that will help to heal currently incurable diseases, namely, cancers and collagen and allergic diseases.

Although all of currently available cancer drugs are harmful due to their strong side effects, harmless and side effect-free cancer drugs; benzaldehyde derivatives, were discovered by a Japanese genius in 1980. Owing to the experts' intentional silence, the discovery is still unknown to most people. Three decades having passed, it seems to be about time for everybody to know about it. Details are given in the second chapter.

A novel concept concerning antibodies' replacements was conceived by another Japanese genius, namely, the author in 1991. His trials to publicize the concept through popular medical journals met a stubborn resistance, presumably because the concept is too simple and clear-cut and yet extraordinarily useful, namely, literally all of collagen and allergic diseases heal completely by its application. Detailed explanations are given in the first chapter.

The third chapter demonstrates a handy way to improve over-nourished states without restricting food intake.

The fourth and fifth chapters give information concerning enlightenment, cosmic providence, cosmic views, etc.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781462004287
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/03/2011
Pages: 92
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.19(d)

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Good-Bye, Incurable Diseases!

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Chapter One

How to Cure Allergic and Collagen Diseases

Subsection 1: Contemporary People and Medicine Are Deeply Attached to Money

I believe that you would like to receive without delay a treatment that is good for allergic and collagen diseases if such a treatment was available. I also believe that you want to know where to go in order to receive the treatment. This book will give you all that information.

Please read this book to the end because allergic and collagen diseases, which used to be incurable, will heal completely without fail.

Most, if not all, readers think that scholars and doctors in the field of medicine make efforts to find causes of diseases and discover how to heal them. It is a matter of course to think that a novel therapy would spread all over the world promptly after the discovery, and patients of the disease would enjoy its benefit. However, this is not so.

A normal way of thinking is that the doctor wants to serve many people with the truth that has been discovered through his or her earnest research. But something is going wrong because our way of living has changed.

What do you think is the most important thing for most people? Sick people may say, "It's health." But what a great majority of people desire is money. For them, the purpose of life is to become rich. They simply think that rich men can do whatever they want and can spend a happy life without any worries.

Most people try hard to take as high a position as possible or to become famous either as athletes or in another field. Most parents expect their children to earn a good living.

The supreme aim of enterprises is to pursue gains. Employees who can contribute to this aim are regarded as capable and receive better wages. Employees of low efficiency are treated coldly and are released when the company struggles.

That is the case with hospitals, too. After purchasing modern equipment, the invested capital must be refunded as soon as possible. The means to obtaining that money is to make the patients pay.

I don't know if you notice it, but when you visit a hospital while your condition is not too good, hospitals often let you receive more than the necessary examinations, such as X-rays, CTs, MRIs, and the like. Some of you may have thought, Won't just one exam do? But hospitals have their own reasons and motivations. Examinations are carried out according to manuals and often require no special knowledge. Consequently, various examinations are indispensable financial resources for the hospital.

On the other hand, from the patients' viewpoint, their physical strengths are exhausted during many examinations, and their remaining life spans may shorten.

The story does not end with examinations. Many hospitals hold seminars to study how to stabilize their management. We would rather think that they keep studying days and nights for how to help patients and how to cure diseases completely. The reality is quite different.

The number of people who undergo blood dialysis is increasing. This is because the hospital wants to maintain a certain number of dialysis patients in order to bring about a stable income. It is time-consuming and unpleasant to undergo blood dialysis for the patient, but for the hospital, such patients are very welcome. Dishonest physicians are sometimes socially prosecuted because they intentionally treat patients in order to make new recipients of blood dialysis.

How about doctors who don't work in hospitals? A few doctors go to a remote place, open up a clinic, and support the health of the people of the area. They must be looked up to as wonderful persons. But most physicians consider their own situation first. Although we cannot blame only doctors because many contemporary people have forgotten the spirit of public service. Most researchers have strong desires for discoveries of novel treatments and for fame, and so they naturally oppose discoveries made by somebody else.

There is a similar circumstance in my own background. For some reason, my current method of practice meets a persistent resistance and won't spread into the world. This is the reason why I decided to write this book—in order to let you know directly about my method, which is capable of saving all of the approximately two hundred million patients of collagen diseases on this planet.

Under these circumstances, it is not guaranteed that you can receive the treatment at any clinic, simply because it is not widely known. Herein lies the problem.

What a patient expects and desires most is nothing but a complete cure of his disease. However, it is not desirable for the contemporary medical world to heal diseases easily that used to be incurable.

Subsection 2: Reasons Why Previously Incurable Diseases Are Not Cured Easily

Because patients incorrectly believe that collagen and allergic diseases are incurable, no one complains if an ineffective treatment is given for a long time. Hospitals want patients' money in order to keep running. Therefore it is desirable for hospitals to keep treating the resigned patients in the customary way. Medical centers would be unable to raise much money if an amazing discovery diffuses to the whole world, and those diseases are cured easily. If hospitals cannot raise money, they would be bankrupt. I don't say that all hospitals are like this, but unfortunately, these money-obsessed hospitals are gaining in number.

There are numerous circumstances in the contemporary medical world where the medical staff can profit. A considerable number of scholars study "incurable" diseases. Each scholar has his or her own research project and makes efforts days and nights. For them, a momentous discovery would be nothing but a nuisance—because their research would end and their funding would stop.

The method that I'm going to demonstrate in this book is extremely simple and clear-cut. It is so simple that few, if any, scholars would like to admit it. They must feel that their research field is being invaded. However, as far as the patients are concerned, the research funding doesn't matter at all—what matters is whether or not the diseases are healed. It is utterly a matter of course.

The reason why I dare publish this book is only because I cannot help doing something for the patients. No matter what authoritative doctors say, what matters is whether or not the diseases heal.

Subsection 3: Authorities of Medical Society

In the contemporary medical world, whenever a novel treatment is discovered, it is publicized through world-famous journals, such as Nature, Science, Lancet, and more. Doctors and students get up-to-date knowledge from these journals.

I wrote an article demonstrating my discovery and submitted it to the above journals. Strangely, they gave me no reply as to whether they were going to accept my article for publication. If my article was imperfect, they ought to have notified me of the imperfection. They simply kept silent without stating a proper reason why they would not publish it.

Why did they do so? I cannot help thinking that it is due to the circumstance of the global medical community, as mentioned earlier. My method is too simple, too clear-cut, and yet completely effective for the world to behave normally. If it were more complicated and harder to understand, the possibility of acceptance for publication of the article should have been higher.

Let's explain with an easy example. Suppose a group of experts were studying how to make a room brighter. An expert would say, "Room arrangement is not good." Another one may say, "Wall color may be responsible." Still another one may suggest to change floor panels to a reflective one. Then a nonexpert joins the group and says, "More bulbs will make the room brighter." The problem may be solved by the nonexpert's idea, but experts won't be pleased because it makes them lose their status.

In the contemporary medical world, highly sophisticated theories are pursued, and basic and rudimentary points are overlooked. There is a proverb, "Lookers-on see most of the game." Sometimes persons seriously considering the problems don't realize the solution, but relaxed onlookers can solve it.

Although I have participated in medical research and clinical medicine for fifty years, you may say that I am a nonexpert in the field of immunology. From the viewpoint of global authorities in this field, their admission of nonexperts' discovery would deprive all experts of their positions and also bring about the loss of their research focus. Accordingly, they intend to prevent the publication of my article by all means. They must be hoping that things will go on as if nothing has changed.

Under these circumstances, I gave up publishing an article in the medical world for a while and decided to publish it in the pharmacological world. Consequently, my article has been published in Pharmacometrics, whose editorial office is located in the campus of the Tohoku University. The article is shown in subsection nine of this chapter. Pharmacometrics is an authoritative journal in the field of pharmacy.

In the end, my idea seems to be admitted in the pharmacological world but not in the medical world. As far as I am concerned, I have no intention of self-propagandizing, and it does not matter at all whether my idea is admitted, but it is most regrettable that no other doctors know about this treatment.

All physicians in the world would come to know about it if it is published in a world-famous journal in the field of medicine. Then the patients not only in Japan but also throughout the whole world could be saved. Nothing is as regrettable as this. However, a negative pessimism improves nothing. I decided to inform you directly through this book.

Subsection 4: Circumstances of This Discovery

Now I would like to explain how I came to find this method. For details, you may take a look at my article in subsection nine.

Have you ever heard of a story that parasite carriers seldom become allergic?

In 1988, a middle-aged man suffering from bronchial asthma came to my clinic. I chose an intracutaneous injection with Asthremedin (see the article), thinking that it would be more radical than other treatments. The injection was more effective than I had expected, but the mechanism of action of Asthremedin was unknown. The manufacturer of Asthremedin explained the mechanism, standing on an old, incorrect concept that unbalanced autonomic nerves caused the allergy. I kept this case in the back of my mind.

Three years later, NHK broadcasted a special program on pollen allergy. In the program, the hypothesis of Professor Sohmei Kojima, Department of Parasitology, University of Tokyo, Institute for Medical Sciences, was as follows: The reason why parasite carriers seldom suffer from allergic diseases may be because antiparasite antibodies occupy the receptors of antibodies on the surface of mast cells of the carriers. Simultaneously upon hearing the hypothesis, an idea flashed in my mind. In my previous case, the Asthremedin must have acted the role of parasites.

Thus I finally discovered how to cure not only allergic diseases but also allergic diathesis. However, how to cure collagen diseases remained unsolved. Fortunately, collagen diseases are caused by a similar mechanism as allergic diseases. Both diseases take place when pathogen- specific antibodies attach to responsible cells. The responsible cells are mast cells in cases of allergic diseases, and cytolytic T lymphocites (killer cells) in cases of collagen diseases.

It didn't take me much time to realize that both sorts of diseases can be cured by an identical method.

By the way, pathogen-specific antibodies are antibodies of allergens, which are substances causing allergic symptoms or physical stimuli, which in turn cause allergic symptoms, such as warmness, coldness, and ultra-violet rays in cases of allergic diseases. In cases of collagen diseases, they are antibodies of an organ of the patient; hence they are called autoantibodies.

Subsection 5: Outline of This Method

If I dared to name the method described above, I would call it antibody substitution method.

Generally, doctors keep in mind an old, incorrect concept that antibodies don't substitute for each other. The present discovery may be regarded as a controversial assertion in the contemporary world of medicine—a reason why my article won't be accepted by medical journals.

In the world of pharmacy, writers submit an article to Pharmacometrics before they apply to the Ministry of Health, Welfare, and Labor for admission of a drug. Therefore, no drug is admitted without an article published in this journal. To be admitted by the ministry, no less than 30 percent effect of a drug tested on animals is necessary.

As I stated above, my article was not accepted by medical journals, and I was obliged to submit it to Pharmacometrics, which published it. The article referee, who was a pharmacologist, recognized and appraised the relevancy of my idea.

My method is to accumulate nonspecific antibodies in the bodies of patients of allergic or collagen diseases. How this accumulation works is as follows: Mutual substitutions between accumulated new, normal, nonspecific antibodies and old, pathogen-specific antibodies take place to an extent depending on the quantity of the accumulation. When the accumulation reaches a sufficient level, all of the old pathogen-specific antibodies dissociate from the responsible cells, bringing about the extinction of the cause of the disease. Where there is no cause, there is no disease.

Practically, a necessary and sufficient condition for the accumulation of normal, nonspecific antibodies is to repeatedly inject the patient with normal, nonspecific antigens intradermally. The reason why the injection has to be intradermal is because the injected antigen has to stay in the subcutaneous tissue long enough to have the tissue produce antibodies.

Subsection 6: Pertinent Symptoms and Diseases

Concerning collagen diseases, which are regarded as incurable and of which satisfactory treatment has not been established, symptoms are so various that you cannot specify them as diseases with certain symptoms. Because the immune strength of the patient injures a part of the patient's body, an injured part or abnormal data of blood tests help you identify collagen diseases.

Recently, the number of people who have allergies is increasing due to aggravations of food and environment. Atopic dermatitis is an allergic disease, but from another point of view, there is an explanation that it is a collagen disease, in which the skin is injured. The treatment that is being carried out for collagen diseases today is to use immune- suppressing agents and/or steroid hormones. They may improve the symptom temporarily but are not actual cures.

Rheumatoid arthritis has existed for a long time, and it mainly appears among elderly women. Recently, the number of cases involving younger people has been increasing. The early symptoms are morning stiffness in the hands and fingers and pain in the knee, especially when descending stairways. There is no treatment that heals rheumatoid arthritis completely—except the one, of which I am informing you now.

Subsection 7: Completely Recovered Cases

Twenty years have passed since I found this method and started applying it to clinical practice. During this period, I have treated more than 550 cases of various allergic diseases, nearly 60 cases of autoimmune (collagen) diseases, and nearly 30 cases of a combination of the both diseases. The relevancy of this method has been proved by these results of my clinical practice.

In all cases, except for those who dropped out of the treatment, the diseases were completely cured after repeated intradermal injections with nonspecific antigens.

There are broad individual differences among my results. The case of perfect recovery after the least number of injections was a fifty-one-year-old woman, who recovered after only one injection. This is an unbelievable and extremely encouraging example. She had had morning stiffness in all fingers for two weeks, a typical symptom of rheumatoid arthritis. She came to my clinic once and received only one injection. I talked to her over the telephone twenty-one months later, and she said that she had been free of any symptom since the injection.


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Table of Contents


Chapter 1: How to Cure Allergic and Collagen Diseases....................1
Chapter 2: Anti-cancer Agent with No Side Effects....................31
Chapter 3: How to Control Overnourished States without Restricting Food Intake....................41
Chapter 4: Care of Mind....................45
Chapter 5: Prospects for the Future....................61

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