Anyone here Filipino? *Serious*

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by CasperCRF, Feb 23, 2006.

  1. This is my next door neighbor.

    http://christine.site.ph/


    Our beloved Christine is in the US battling cancer, and urgently needs to find a bone marrow donor. Unfortunately, finding a perfect match for her bone marrow type is particularly difficult. This is hard enough for the average person; there are over 20,000 types of bone marrow, so the average person has a 1 in 20,000 chance of finding a match. These numbers are even worse for Christine. Because she is Filipino, she needs to find a donor of the same ethnic background, and there are hardly any Filipinos on the US National Registry.

    Right now is our best chance of having the bone marrow transplant work. Each day's delay decreases her chances of surviving. Please contact your Filipino friends or relatives in the US, and ask them to contact their friends. Anyone you know who is all or part Filipino and between the ages of 18 and 61 is a potential donor. The system is nationwide, so it doesn't matter where they live. Signing up on the registry is easy and painless. All it requires is a simple blood test. Some hospitals charge a small fee for this blood test, however the fee is routinely waived for minorities, and often for Caucasians as well, especially if you are willing to donate a pint of blood.

    You can reassure your friends that signing up for the registry does not require donating any bone marrow. If it turns out they are a match, they will be contacted, and can make the decision at that point about becoming a donor.

    There are lots of misconceptions about donating bone marrow. The procedure is considered minor, simple and safe. You will be anesthetized the whole time, so you will not feel anything. When the procedure is over, you may have some soreness in the area for a day or two and you may feel a little tired. That's it. The bone marrow you donate is replenished within 3-4 weeks. You will only undergo this procedure if your blood sample shows that you are a match and you decide to donate, in which case the slight soreness you'll be feeling will be saving someone's life.

    All medical expenses for the donor will be covered by Christine's insurance.

    Thank you!
     
  2. I hope that your friend finds a suitable donor and that she gets better soon. This is an opportunity for decent people to step up and do the right thing.
     
  3. Check out

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=hulda+clark

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref...5267256?search-alias=aps&keywords=hulda clark

    Her thesis is that when toxins in the body attract biological organisms that don't belong...it can really be a mess. If the organisms can be killed, then the next step is just to reduce/rid of toxins. The organisms can be knocked out in about an hour.

    I read the book Cure for All Cancer about nine years ago. Offers a potential for stopping advance within a couple days and then offers guidlines how to remedy the original causes. Even though some are questioning her thesis, her remedies are painless and inexpensive...so worth exploring. Theres a device she developed that is being sold in various forms called a Zapper for less than a hundred bucks. The design is available free and can be assembled from radio shack parts in an hour for thirty bucks. But others have improved the design so check it out.

    It matches the specific frequency resonances of parasitical organisms in the body, destroying them. She found there's a certain organism most often associated with cancer. Such organisms are drawn to and thrive in bodies with toxic build up. She identifies toxic sources so that toxins in the body can be reduced and/or eliminated. It's one of those everything to gain and nothing to lose situations.

    The PI is my adopted second country, so you should foreward this to her.
     
  4. P.S. Isopropol alchohol is one of many potential toxins, but Clark points it out as especially bad. And I know that Filipinos use it externally as a refresher from the hot humid weather. So it's more commonly used there than here, including as a base for certain massage oils and ointments. Clark shows how anything put onto the skin shows up in the bloodstream, sometimes within seconds.


    JohnnyK