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Revolutionary early cancer and disease detection - uses nail clippings, hair or skin samples.

 
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Revolutionary early cancer and disease detection - uses nail clippings, hair or skin samples.
[OP Note: This is one of the most amazingly cheap, accurate, non-invasive, non-toxic ways to detect a range of cancers and other diseases that you will ever hear of. But that is the problem. This invention and research puts billions of dollars worth of current mainstream medical ideologies out of business. Mammography would be the first to go. This is a revolutionary breakthrough - but nobody is telling you. Please, I know there is a lot of text, but this really needs to be more widely known.]

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THE PROMISE OF Fibre Diffraction Diagnosis

Fibre Diffraction Diagnosis (FDD) is a method for detecting cancer using X-rays of hair, nail clippings or skin. This invention can reliably reveal the presence of many serious diseases, including prostate, breast and colon cancer, melanoma, Alzheimer's disease and insulin dependence.
Early diagnosis of these diseases can be the difference between life and death, and the creation of a non-invasive test that is accurate and can be easily undertaken has the potential to save countless lives.

A Significant Discovery
We've come a long way in the treatments available for people with cancer, but early diagnosis is crucial to people's chances of survival. Until now, there have been no reliable, non-invasive diagnostic tests for some of the most common and aggressive forms of cancer.
Professor Veronica James stumbled upon a massive discovery almost by accident when she noticed that certain patterns in people's hair can reveal the presence of a number of diseases, including cancer and Alzheimer's disease.

This was one of those totally serendipitous discoveries. In 1996, Prof. James reported to the medical personnel at Christie Hospital, Manchester, the four changes she had observed in the collagenous ductal tissue of the breast which precede breast cancer, noting that, in the final stage, the breast tissue had reversed to foetal tissue. Prof. James was asked whether she had observed similar foetal tissue in the skin as had been reported in breast cancer.

A subsequent study at the local Daresbury synchrotron of 14 skin samples did show a possible foetal-like change similar to the penultimate change in the breast. Christie Hospital oncologists agreed to provide 200 samples to confirm these results, but when James arrived in England to collect them, the samples had disappeared from their freezer.

As Prof. James had already studied changes in hair in insulin-dependent diabetes and was due in Japan the following day, she asked if a clinic was in progress and, on being told that it was, asked if a hair sample could be taken from each of the participants. With hoots of laughter they agreed, asking her what she thought she would find. She told them nothing, except that she would not be in disgrace in Japan for arriving without any samples. They were still laughing when she collected these samples the next day.

When Prof. James started to look at the samples the following day in Japan, she found strange rings superimposed on the normal hair patterns; and after blaming and reassembling the machine, she found that only eight of the 19 samples showed this ring. Prof. James sent back to England the numbers of these samples, thinking that they might have something in common—same family, same shampoo, same hairdresser, etc. Their return email stated simply that she had picked out all the breast cancer patients.

This was confirmed by taking these and further blinded sets to other synchrotrons. The changes relating to other cancers and Alzheimer’s disease were found in the 4,000 subsequent blinded tests from 14 different international sources when patients with other cancers were included to prove that the discovered change was specific to breast cancer. As each new change was identified, further studies were undertaken to verify the specificity of each of these new changes.

How It Works
This method of diagnosis is quite revolutionary and has been greeted with some scepticism by scientists. Professor James maintains that her results can be easily duplicated if the correct procedures are followed.
Basically, what Prof. James is doing is taking a sample of hair, nail or skin and shining an X-ray beam through it. Upon examination of the X-ray, one can observe rings which in their various positions indicate if the patient is developing a particular type of cancer. An absence of rings indicates the patient is healthy.
Professor James claims that cancer can be detected very early using her method.

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FIBRE DIFFRACTION TESTING
by Professor Veronica James

My fibre diffraction tests are based on straight physics practices of crystallography. In fact, the same procedures were utilised by Rosalind Franklin to obtain the pictures used to solve the structure of DNA.

This technique bounces a finely focused X-ray beam off the electron distribution within the specimen. If there is a repeating arrangement of atoms within the sample, a pattern specific to that arrangement will be obtained on the screen. Hence, the pattern obtained for any mammalian hair will be the same, with minor variations depending on the diameter of the hair and the hair content.

As a rule, all patterns for similar animals will be the same. This technology is used routinely to test for drug use, poisoning, etc.
For example, all persons suffering from, say, lead poisoning would show the same changes to the normal pattern. This change results from extra lead in the blood in which the keratin molecule is assembled. Similarly, specific changes result from any other addition to the material.

In my tests for breast cancer using hair, nails or skin, a specific change is superimposed on the pattern obtained for normal tissue. This change is a ring of specific diameter, superimposed on the pattern of either keratin or collagen respectively. This change appears as soon as the body's blood flow goes through the cancer. It also disappears when the cancer is removed either by surgery or chemotherapy.

Specific changes in the fibre diffraction diagnosis (FDD) patterns for hair and nails have also been established for patients with colon cancer, insulin-dependent diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease, while specific changes in the FDD pattern of skin have been established for melanoma and prostate cancer. The effects of aging have already been established.

All the changes associated with cancers are rings of diameters specific to the particular cancer, with variations even between the gene- and non-gene-related breast cancers. If a person has two different types of cancer, both rings will be present.
The presence of beta-amyloid in Alzheimer's disease shows up as crystalline spots in specific locations. Again, such spots will appear in addition to the specific change associated with the specific cancer if both are present.

In the case of breast cancer, I have studied over 4,000 samples with no false negatives. Some false positives have been obtained with an overall accuracy for all samples of 98 per cent. Some "false positives" have subsequently been shown to be correct. This results from the fact that the FDD diagnosis dates from the very start-up of the cancer, while mammography can only pick up the cancers at a later stage of growth—three years later in one case where the woman died six months after the breast cancer was diagnosed by mammography.

About the Author:
Adjunct Professor Veronica James, OAM, based on Queensland’s Gold Coast, is attached to the Australian National University’s Research School of Chemistry. She has been researching breast cancer since the 1980s. Professor James has an Order of Australia medal for her services to the deaf.

(Source: Nexus Magazine, Volume 18, Number 6; October-November 2011)

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Other:

Link to Prof. James' appearance on ABC TV "The New Inventors", June 2010. [might be limited to Aussie IP addresses only]
[link to www.abc.net.au]

Link to Prof. James' appearance on Channel 9 TV "A Current Affair", June 2010. [might be limited to Aussie IP addresses only]
[link to aca.ninemsn.com.au]

Link to article about Prof. James' struggle to regain control of her invention - Herald Sun, Jan 2010:
[link to www.heraldsun.com.au]

Link to paper published in Int. J. Cancer, 2009 July 1: "Fibre diffraction of skin and nails provides an accurate diagnosis of malignancies"
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

Link to paper published in Journal of Cancer Therapy, 2011, 2: "Extremely Early Diagnostic Test for Prostate Cancer"
[link to www.scirp2.org]

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thanks for sharing~
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wow - are attention spans getting this bad already?

or maybe I should have injected some DOOM into the story?
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Well I think it's interesting, and I wonder what the nutritional correlation is between developing the cancer and having the structure of your hair change.

Is it the amount and quality and source of the minerals you are ingesting especially silica?
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Well I think it's interesting, and I wonder what the nutritional correlation is between developing the cancer and having the structure of your hair change.

Is it the amount and quality and source of the minerals you are ingesting especially silica?
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I don't know - but I DO know that the implications and spin-offs of this technology are equally amazing.
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I think you should add a very large tablespoon of DOOM to the article.

This is outrageous. Not only would it save hundreds of millions of dollars per year, IT WOULD SAVE LIVES!

But, saving money and lives are completely the opposite ideals of TPTB.
It'll never make it big, because its already too big.

Great article though.
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pass.
too much misdiagnosis.
the offer no cure.
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Sounds like it has tremendous potential. I don't see the cancer industry supporting this because it will lose billions from not using other more expensive testing methods, plus the loss of sales from drugs, chemotherapy (because they'll be able to catch the cancer at an earlier stage).
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bump
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+1
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And bump again...
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