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The Immune System


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A generation ago, many Peoples believed that medical science had conquered infectious diseases. Vaccines protected against the ravages of smallpox, whooping cough, and polio. New antibiotic drugs cured diseases such as tuberculosis, pneumonia, and streptococcal infections. In the United States and other industrialized nations, cleaner, safer living conditions had virtually eliminated malaria, cholera, and other severe diarrheal and parasitic diseases.

Despite a myriad of medical advances, infectious diseases today remain among the most serious challenges to public health, killing more people worldwide than any other single cause. In the United States, new diseases such as AIDS, Lyme disease, Legionnaires’ disease, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, and hepatitis C have emerged to sicken or kill thousands of people each year.

In addition, other new diseases that seemed to be under control are now reappearing. Many microbes and insect vectors of disease are undeterred by previously effective control strategies. For example, some tuberculosis bacteria are no longer susceptible to antibiotics, and many mosquitoes carrying malaria parasites are resistant to insecticides. Diseases are also spreading to new geographic locations—cholera outbreaks in South America and dengue fever in the southern United States.



The Immune System

According to Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg, healthy cells have voltages of 70 to 90 millivolts. Due to stress, toxins and aging, cellvoltage can drop. If it drops to 50 mv, a person may experience chronic fatigue and a weakened immune system. If it drops to 15, the cell often becomes cancerous. 

Inside your body there is an amazing protection mechanism called the immune system. It is designed to defend you against millions of bacteria, microbes, viruses, toxins and parasites that would love to invade your body. To understand the power of the immune system, all that you have to do is look at what happens to anything once it dies. That sounds gross, but it does show you something very important about your immune system.

The human immune system is a truly amazing constellation of responses to attacks from outside the body. It has many facets, a number of which can change to optimize the response to these unwanted intrusions. The system is remarkably effective, most of the time.

The Anatomy of the Immune System

The immune system operates throughout the body. There are, however, certain sites where the cells of the immune system are organised into specific structures. These are classified as central lymphoid tissue (bone marrow, thymus) and peripheral lymphoid tissue (lymph nodes, spleen, mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue):

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1. Bone marrow
All the cells of the immune system are derived from stem cells in the bone marrow. The bone marrow is the site of origin of red blood cells, white cells (including lymphocytes and macrophages) and platelets. The cells of the immune system are considered in detail elsewhere.
2. Thymus
In the thymus gland lymphoid cells undergo a process of maturation and education prior to release into the circulation. This process allows T cells to develop the important attribute known as self tolerance.
a) Anatomy: The thymus gland is found in the thorax in the anterior mediastinum. It gradually enlarges during childhood but after puberty it undergoes a process of involution resulting in a reduction in the functioning mass of the gland. It continues to function throughout life, however.
b) Histology: The thymus gland is arranged into an outer, more cellular, cortex and an inner, less cellular, medulla. Immature lymphoid cells enter the cortex proliferate, mature and pass on to the medulla. From the medulla mature T lymphocytes enter the circulation.

In 1898, Tesla published a paper that he read at the eighth annual meeting of the American Electro-Therapeutic Association in Buffalo, NY entitled, “High Frequency Oscillators for Electro-Therapeutic and Other Purposes.”
He states that “One of the early observed and remarkable features of the high frequency currents, and one which was chiefly of interest to the physician, was their apparent harmlessness which made it possible to pass relatively great amounts of electrical energy through the body of a person without causing pain or serious discomfort.” Coils up to three feet in diameter were used for magnetically treating the body without contact.

Tesla also indicates that the
after-effect from his coil treatment “was certainly beneficial

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The following cell types are present:

lymphoid cells
epithelial cells
other supporting cells
Thymic epithelial cells have different appearances in different locations within the gland. They form a continuous sub-capsular layer and a network in the cortex and medulla. Deep in the medulla they are also aggregated into Hassall's corpuscles.

3. Lymph nodes
Lymph nodes are small bean shaped structures lying along the course of lymphatics. They are aggregated in particular sites such as the neck, axillae, groins and para-aortic region. Knowledge of the sites of lymph nodes is important in physical examination of patients.
Lymph nodes have two main functions:
phagocytic cells act as filters for particulate matter and micro-organisms
antigen is presented to the immune system

a) Structure
Lymph nodes have a fibrous capsule from which trabeculae extend towards the centre thus forming a framework:

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The cancer can weaken the immune system by invading the bone marrow where the cells that help fight infection are made. This happens most often in leukaemia or lymphoma. But it can happen with other cancers too.

Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can weaken immunity by causing a drop in the number of white blood cells made in the bone marrow. Apart from bone marrow or stem cell transplants, this effect on the bone marrow is temporary.

Some cells of the immune system can recognise cancer cells as abnormal and kill them. Unfortunately, this is not enough to get rid of a cancer altogether. Some NATURAL treatments aim to use the immune system to fight cancer.


The node is made up of three components:

lymphatic sinuses
blood vessels
parenchyma (cortex, paracortex, medulla)

b) Cortex
B cells: These enter the lymph node via HEVs and pass to the follicles. If activated by antigenic stimulation they proliferate and remain in the node. Unstimulated B cells, however, pass out rapidly from the node to return to the general circulation. Activated B cells within the lymphoid follicles are known as follicle centre cells. The pale staining central area of a secondary follicle is known as a germinal centre and this is surrounded by a mantle zone consisting of small, naive B cells and a few T cells.
The follicle centre cells within the germinal centres consist of cells with cleaved nuclei (centrocytes) and cells with larger more open nuclei and several nucleoli (centroblasts).
Stimulated mature B cells responding to antigen change into centrocytes and then centroblasts. The centroblasts leave the follicle and pass to the paracortex and medullary sinuses, where they become immunoblasts. The immunoblasts divide to give rise to plasma cells or memory B cells which are ready for their next encounter with specific antigen.
Accessory cells: Lymphocytes alone are not to make an effective immune response. They are assisted by so-called accessory cells. These may be grouped as follows:
sinus macrophages (highly phagocytic)
tingible body macrophages (ingest cellular debris in germinal centres)
marginal zone macrophages (found beneath the subcapsular sinus)
follicular dendritic cells

c) Paracortex
The paracortex contains lymphocytes and accessory cells along with supporting cells and it is the predominant site for T lymphocytes within the lymph node.
T cells: The various types of T cell enter the node from the blood via the HEVs. When activated they form lymphoblasts which divide to produce a clone of T cells responding to a specific antigen. Activated T cells then pass into the circulation to reach peripheral sites.
Accessory cells: Interdigitating cells are numerous in the paracortex and they act as antigen presenting cells.
d) Medulla
The medulla comprises:
large blood vessels
medullary cords
medullary sinuses
The medullary cords are rich in plasma cells which produce antibodies that pass out of the node via the efferent lymphatic. Macrophages are also numerous within the medulla.

e) Passage of lymph
Lymph passes into the node through the afferent lymphatic into the marginal sinus, though the cortical sinuses to reach the medullary sinuses before leaving via the efferent lymphatic. Particulate matter in the lymph is removed by macrophages. Antigens are taken up by antigen presenting cells and these facilitate the specific immune response. Less than 10% of lymphocytes enter the node in the lymph, the large majority entering from the blood via the HEVs.
4) Spleen
The spleen is located in the upper left quadrant of the abdomen. It has two main functions acting as part of the immune system and as a filter.
a) Structure
The spleen has a thin connective tissue capsule from which short septa extend inwards. These septa are, in turn, connected to a complex reticulin framework.
There are two distinct components of the spleen, the red pulp and the white pulp. The red pulp consists of large numbers of sinuses and sinusoids filled with blood and is responsible for the filtration function of the spleen. The white pulp consists of aggregates of lymphoid tissue and is responsible for the immunological function of the spleen:

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There are also all kinds of human ailments that are caused by the immune system working in unexpected or incorrect ways that cause problems. For example, some people have allergies. Allergies are really just the immune system overreacting to certain stimuli that other people don't react to at all. Some people have diabetes, which is caused by the immune system inappropriately attacking cells in the pancreas and destroying them. Some people have rheumatoid arthritis, which is caused by the immune system acting inappropriately in the joints. In many different diseases, the cause is actually an immune system error

An immune cell undergoing an allergic reaction

b) Red pulp
There is a complex system of blood vessels within the red pulp arranged to facilitate removal of old or damaged red blood cells from the circulation. A small proportion of the splenic blood flow passes through more rapidly without undergoing this process of filtration.
c) White pulp
The white pulp contains T cells, B cells and accessory cells. There are many similarities with lymph node structure. The purpose of the white pulp is to mount an immunological response to antigens within the blood. The white pulp is present in the form of a periarteriolar lymphoid sheath. This sheath contains B cell follicles and T cells. At the edge of the T zone is a region known as the marginal zone where larger lymphocytes and antigen presenting dendritic cells are located.
5) Mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT)
In addition to the lymphoid tissue concentrated within the lymph nodes and spleen, lymphoid tissue is also found at other sites, most notably the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract and urogenital tract.
Gut associated lymphoid tissue (GALT)
This comprises:
tonsils, adenoids (Waldeyer's ring)
Peyer's patches
lymphoid aggregates in the appendix and large intestine
lymphoid tissue accumulating with age in the stomach
small lymphoid aggregates in the oesophagus
diffusely distributed lymphoid cells and plasma cells in the lamina propria of the gut
Large aggregates of GALT have distinct B cell follicles and T cell areas. Antigen presenting accessory cells are also present.

There are several ways that these natural protection mechanisms can be damaged if you have cancer
• Something that breaks the skin barrier such as a drip or a wound from surgery
• Chemotherapy damage to the lining of the gut (for example if you have had a lot of diarrhoea as a side effect)
• A catheter into your bladder (bacteria can 'climb' the catheter and get inside the bladder causing infection)
• Radiotherapy to the lung which can temporarily damage the hairs and mucus producing cells that help to remove bacteria
• Antacids for heartburn which neutralise the stomach acid that kills bacteria
• Chemotherapy can temporarily reduce the number of neutrophils in the blood (the 'neutrophil count') which means it is more difficult for you to fight off infection

Peyer's Patches
These are quite large aggregates of lymphoid tissue found in the small intestine. The overlying 'dome' epithelium contains large numbers of intraepithelial lymphocytes. Some of the epithelial cells have complex microfolds in their surfaces. They are known as M cells and are believed to be important in the transfer of antigen from the gut lumen to Peyer's Patches. Peyer's Patches facilitate the generation of an immune response within the mucosa. B cell precursors and memory cells are stimulated by antigen in Peyer's Patches. Cells pass to the mesenteric lymph nodes where the immune response is amplified. Activated lymphocytes pass into the blood stream via the thoracic duct. These cells then home in the gut and carry out their final effector functions. HEVs are not present in Peyer's Patches and the mechanism by which cells home in on mucosal sites is unknown. Cell surface molecules known as addressins may have a role.
6) Lymphocyte recirculation
Lymphocytes and some mononuclear phagocytes can recirculate between lymphoid and non-lymphoid tissues. This helps in allowing lymphocytes to be exposed to the antigens which they recognise and is, therefore, valuable in the distribution of effector cells of the immune response to the sites where they are needed:

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The recirculation is a complex process depending on interactions between the cells of the immune response and other cell types such as endothelial cells. virgin lymphocytes move from the primary to secondary lymphoid tissue via the blood activated lymphocytes move from the spleen, lymph nodes and MALT into the blood and thence to other lymphoid and non-lymphoid tissues antigen presenting cells such as macrophages and dendritic cells may carry antigen back to lymphoid tissues from the periphery. The complex patterns of recircultion depend on the state of activation of the lymphocytes, the adhesion molecules expressed by endothelial cells and the presence of chemotactic molecules which selectively attract particular populations of lymphocytes or macrophages.

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B cells and T cells
The white blood cells involved in the acquired immune response are called 'lymphocytes'. There are two main types of lymphocytes - B cells and T cells. B and T lymphocytes are made in the bone marrow, like the other blood cells. They have to fully mature before they can help in the immune response. B cells mature in the bone marrow. But the immature T cells travel through the blood stream to the thymus gland where they become fully developed.

Once they are fully mature, the B and T cells travel to the spleen and nodes ready to fight infection.
What do B cells do?

B cells react against invading bacteria or viruses by making proteins called antibodies. The antibody made is different for each different bug. The antibody locks onto the surface of the invading bacteria or virus. The invader is then marked with the antibody so that the body knows it is dangerous and it can be killed off.

The B cells are part of the memory of the immune system. The next time the same bug tries to invade, the B cells that make the right antibody are ready for it. They are able to make their antibody more quickly than the first time the bug invaded.

In the presence of cancer or the invasion of a dangerous microorganism, your body quickly produces these highly reactive and unstable warrior molecules to take quick action against the enemy germ or physical insult. You can blame free radicals and other elements in the generalized defensive response for the swelling, redness, heat, and pain collectively known as inflammation. Because they are non-specific, free radicals cause the same damage to harmful bacteria as they do to healthy cells, if those healthy cells happen to be in their way. Info
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Antioxidant vitamins destroy free radicals, and free radicals help destroy cancer cells. Because radiation therapy and certain chemotherapies (such as Adriamycin) work in part by producing free radicals to attack cancer cells, some scientists think the vitamins might reduce this cancer-fighting effect. Many oncologists therefore tell their patients to avoid antioxidant vitamins during these therapies.

After the free radicals finish their work, they're turned off, and are converted into non-reactive, harmless molecules. Antioxidant vitamins are essential to this conversion process, which is why you hear a lot about free radicals and the antioxidant vitamins A, C, D, and E


What are antibodies?

Antibodies are proteins made by the B cells. They have two ends. One end sticks to proteins on the outside of white blood cells. The other end sticks to and helps to kill the germ or damaged cell. The end of the antibody that sticks to the white blood cell is always the same. So it is called the constant end. The end of the antibody that recognises germs and damaged cells varies depending on the cell it is designed to recognise. So it is called the variable end. Each B cell makes antibodies with a different variable end from other B cells. Cancer cells are not normal cells. So there will be some antibodies with variable ends that recognise cancer cells and stick to them.

What do T cells do?
There are different kinds of T cells called
• Helper T cells
• Killer T cells
• The helper T cells stimulate the B cells to make antibodies, and help killer cells develop.

Killer T cells kill the body's own cells that have been invaded by the viruses or bacteria. This prevents the bug from reproducing in the cell and then infecting other cells

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Your Immune System and Cancer

Cancer cells start out as normal body cells, but they begin to grow out of control because of an abnormal gene. The immune system plays a major role in limiting the development of these abnormalities, often before cancer has a chance to grow. This gets rid of many cancerous cells before they can do any harm. Damaged, pre-cancerous cells may be a constant presence, but an ever-alert immune system takes them out and protects us from many assaults of cancer that never get beyond the very earliest stage.

When the immune system fails

Occasionally, though, even though cells are changing from normal to abnormal, they may still appear to be normal. Their outer appearance (proteins and other molecules on their surface) may look unchanged, even though profound changes may be happening on the inside. In this way, these abnormal cells manage to escape attack by the immune system and grow and multiply without triggering an immune response. This is how it's possible for a tumor to form, even when your immune system is working normally. Eventually, however, the tumor becomes so altered and threatening that it can no longer hide its malignant character. The immune system is no longer fooled into recognizing these cells as normal, and launches its attack.

The attack may succeed, or it may come too late: the tumor may be beyond the power of the immune system by itself. The immune system may need help—bold measures such as:




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How is your health? How is the health of your friends and loved ones? Are you and or your employer paying enough on the health insurance for you and your family? Are you at all concerned that bacteria all over the planet are rapidly becoming resistant to all antibiotics. Are you concerned that at the present rate of development of bacteria antibiotic resistance we will effectively be back in the pre-antibiotic era in just a few years? We now have different types and strains of bacteria all around the world that are only treatable with a single type of antibiotic and these bacteria are becoming resistant to this single antibiotic and there are no new antibiotic types in the research pipe line to use when these bacteria become totally resistant.

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In 1925, Georges Lakhovsky published a paper with the explicit title of “Curing
Cancer with Ultra Radio Frequencies” in Radio News.

His expressed philosophy was
that “the amplitude of cell oscillations must reach a certain value, in order that the
organism be strong enough to repulse the destructive vibrations from certain microbes.” He goes on to say, “The remedy in my opinion, is not to kill the microbes in contact with the healthy cells but to reinforce the oscillations of the cell either directly by reinforcing the radio activity of the blood or in producing on the cells a direct action by means of the proper rays.” Lakhovsky’s Radio-Cellulo-Oscillator (RCO) produced low frequency ELF all the way through gigahertz radiowaves with lots of “extremely short harmonics.” He
favored such a wide bandwidth device so that, “The cells with very weak vibrations, when placed in the field of multiple vibrations, finds its own frequency and starts again to oscillate normally through the phenomenon of resonance.” As a result, Lakhovsky’s RCO is now more often called MWO (multiple wave oscillator) for these reasons. The MWO uses a Tesla coil and special antenna with concentric rings that induce multiple sparks between them


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When a body becomes overwhelmed with toxic substances, thoughts or feelings, the positive bio-electric field is immensely lowered in vibration and frequency. In other words, our body has a higher frequency or vibration when it is healthy and a lower vibration when it is sick.

Healthy cells, according to Nobel prize winner Otto Warburg, have cell voltages of 70 to 90 millivolts. Due to the constant stresses of modern life and a toxic environment, cell voltage tends to drop as we age or get sick. As the voltage drops, the cells are unable to maintain a healthy environment for themselves. If the electrical charge of a cell drops to 50, a person can become chronically fatigued and may get sick often. If the voltage drops to 15, the cell becomes diseased. When the body's immune system gets overwhelmed and cannot fight an abundance of toxins and then we continue to put toxins into our bodies and minds such as alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, negative fear-based thoughts and heavy emotions, we can experience a physical imbalance.

In 1898, Tesla published a paper that he read at the eighth annual meeting of the American Electro-Therapeutic Association in Buffalo, NY entitled, “High Frequency Oscillators for Electro-Therapeutic and Other Purposes.”

He states that “One of the early observed and remarkable features of the high frequency currents, and one which was chiefly of interest to the physician, was their apparent harmlessness which made it possible to pass relatively great amounts of electrical energy through the body of a person without causing pain or serious discomfort.” Coils up to three feet in diameter were used for magnetically treating the body without contact.

Tesla also indicates that the
after-effect from his coil treatment “was certainly beneficial

“Tesla’s high-frequency electrical currents are bringing about highly beneficial results in dealing with cancer, surpassing anything that could be accomplished with ordinary surgery.”
Alexander Gurvich

The atoms of a body that are being affected by a negative condition, have an oscillating rate that is lower than it was originally designed to have. After many months or years of this internal dis-harmony, our immune system can weaken and the symptoms begin to show in the form of an actual terminal physical imbalance or disease. All cells have small electrically powered pumps whose function is to bring in nourishment, and take out toxins. Imagine going into a house where the power has been turned off. The plumping wouldn't operate so the toilets wouldn't work. There would be no running water; therefore, no showers or baths could be taken and doing dishes would be impossible. The refrigerator wouldn't work so there wouldn't be any food to eat, and the food that was in there would go bad. Add to that trash strike and now trash is piling up. As you could guess, anyone living in that house would probably get sick.

It is the same for the cells of the body. Without enough energy to operate, the cells become toxic and malnourished. Then, when presented with an infectious organism they have lost the vitality to resist.

One way to efficiently and safely raise cell voltages is with a device called an MWO. Invented by Georges Lakhovsky in the early 1900's. Dr. Lakhovsky discovered that healthy cells acted like little batteries and discovered how to recharge them (raise their voltages). He found that transmitting energy in the range between 750,000 hertz and 3,000,000,000 hertz raised the cell's voltage.

Dr. Lakhovsky had great results with all types of physical imbalances.

Most illness is an autoimmune illness. When your immune system cannot ward off a problem in your system in time, something fails. Your only defense is your immune system. By raising the oscillating frequency of every atom in your body, we are increasing the rate at which the immune system operates as well as eliminating the negative toxins that your body is trying to fight off.

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Besides this technical information, the life of
Lakhovsky is a study in suppression and summarized below in a paper by Chris Bird:
The first man I will mention today is the Russian-born Frenchman, Georges
Lakhovsky. I learned only yesterday that Lakhovsky seems to have been an associate, or knew, Nikola Tesla. I had not known that and from the point of view of the history of energy medicine, it's a very interesting thing. At any rate, Georges Lakhovsky began to experiment with what he called a "multiwave oscillator." (In the Library of Congress there are some ten books written by Lakhovsky, all in French.)
This multiwave oscillator (MWO) put out a very broad spectrum of
electromagnetic frequencies. The theory, as propounded by Lakhovsky, was that each cell in the body of an organism-be it a plant, an animal, or a human being-is in itself a little radio receiver and works on its own special little frequency. Each cell, in addition to being tissue, in addition to being biology, is also electricity. On that theory, he held that pathology was a not matter of biological concern or intervention, but one of electrical concern and intervention. He theorized that from the bath of electrical frequencies put out by the multiwave oscillator, each cell individually could and would select that frequency which it most needed to restore its equilibrium.
So he began to experiment not with animals or human beings, but with geraniums.
These were geraniums which had cancers-plants get cancers too. And, lo and behold, the geraniums were cured of their cancers; which simply began to fall off since they are external in the case of geraniums. The geraniums would just shed the diseased tissues when exposed to the MWO. Lakhovsky then went on to do work on animals and human beings and his work was picked up by doctors in six or seven countries, among them Italy, Sweden and Brazil. Finally, because he was on the "wanted" list of the Nazis, he was smuggled out of France and came to New York during the war, where he worked with a urologist. The record of his treatment of degenerative disease, with what amounts to an early "energy-medicine" device, was remarkable. But the work had to be done in secret because orthodox medicine did not favor this device, and its power, associated with that of the FDA and the AMA and other "control organizations," kept the MWO underground.

The Lakhovsky device is a very effective one. I'm not going to say that it's 100%
effective because I don't think any device is, but it is way up there. Georges
Lakhovsky died in 1944 or 1945.
by Chris Bird:

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Immune System Debate

There are a number of body areas that are definitely under-researched as they are not readily visible to microscopes, let alone the naked eye. The lymphatic system, nervous system, and the immune system are the most talked about. Our immune systems keep disease at bay and try to rally round the wagons when invaders appear.

We’ve been told to visualize our white blood cells fighting off viruses, bacteria and even cancer as well as visualizing pain retreating and becoming manageable. Biofeedback has become a part of mainstream medicine. So, to some extent, our minds control what the rest of our bodies do, and whether or not everything functions properly. That means, the immune system is not an individual section of the body that is independent of our organs and skeletal structure.

It’s no wonder that stress, worry, fear, lack of money, relationship problems, family conflict and work issues have been found to affect the immune system, opening our bodies to all manner of attackers. How can we be healthy when our minds are occupied 18 hours a day (assuming we sleep for 8 hours) with fending off outside influences. Since the 1950s our collective lives have become much more complicated. Women in those days thought that they were unfulfilled because they didn’t work outside the home. Now, women wonder how they got into the position working two full time jobs (one of them totally unpaid) with no relief in sight? No wonder many men and women are opting out of the rat race and trying to get back to a semblance of the simple life. I now know why most people yearn for a cottage by a lake or a cabin in the wilderness by a babbling brook.

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Something as simple as a cut or a scratch can tell you if your immune system is weak or strong. If healing starts immediately, there’s no problem, but if the cuts always become infected before eventually healing, one should start working on the immune system.

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Stress, the immune system and cancer

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Many people with cancer believe that they should strengthen their immune systems to help beat the disease. There is a commonly held belief that reducing stress can help to strengthen our immune systems. This is the thinking behind some complementary therapies, using relaxation techniques for instance.

There is some scientific evidence that stress does weaken our immunity. Two studies looking at whether stress affected cancer recurrence had conflicting results. While no one knows whether strengthening immunity can help to cure cancer, most doctors and nurses agree that reducing stress is a good thing to do.

The Immune System and the Nervous System
Biological links between the immune system and the central nervous system exist at several levels.

Hormones and other chemicals such as neuropeptides, which convey messages among nerve cells, have been found also to "speak" to cells of the immune system—and some immune cells even manufacture typical neuropeptides. In addition, networks of nerve fibers have been found to connect directly to the lymphoid organs.

The picture that is emerging is of closely interlocked systems facilitating a two-way flow of information. Immune cells, it has been suggested, may function in a sensory capacity, detecting the arrival of foreign invaders and relaying chemical signals to alert the brain. The brain, for its part, may send signals that guide the traffic of cells through the lymphoid organs.


While many life stresses cannot be avoided altogether, there are ways of trying not to let things get to you. Many complementary therapies such as Light and sound, Biofeedback, CES, meditation, massage and reflexology, for example, can be very relaxing

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Best of both worlds

Should the NHS embrace complementary medicine? Devon GP Michael Dixon argues the case for an integrated health service

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Sunday July 22, 2001
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Some 40 per cent of GPs are happy to recommend complementary therapies to their patients - indeed, 20 per cent offer them on their premises. But for every doctor who is on-side, there will be another who sees anything 'alternative' as so much hocus-pocus. Ask senior managers in the NHS about complementary medicine and you will probably be met with a weary smile. The new NHS, they will tell you, is about equity, evidence and accountability. They will say that there simply isn't enough money to offer all patients complementary therapies, when in most parts of the country people still have to wait more than a year for serious heart operations. Then they will add that the evidence of efficacy for complementary medicine is still largely unsatisfactory, and that quality control and regulation are not good enough to justify the taxpayer forking out for it.
The problem is that few complementary treatments, with one or two notable exceptions, such as St John's wort, have been proved to be effective using standard scientific methods. The same, though, can be said of many conventional medicines - we still don't know why aspirin works, and the truth is that conventional medicine can be guilty of double standards, particularly when it comes to getting research money, which largely goes to conventional research, leaving complementary health research unfunded. So lack of evidence is inevitable, and it will be some time before the NHS can obtain the quality of evidence that it demands.

Some would argue, anyway, that it is wrong to separate the specific treatment from the effects of the therapist and then subject it to rigorous scientific analysis. The treatment, the consultation and the methodology all go hand in hand. Complementary therapists are particularly skilled in providing their patients with large doses of 'the human effect'. This involves giving time, empathy, hope and reassurance. Their approach is holistic, providing very individual treatment and often 'works' by improving the self-esteem and confidence of their patients. Modern research in psychoneuroimmunology has shown that this human effect can produce major positive changes in the immunological system. Perhaps not surprisingly as our brains and immunological systems have developed together over millions of years. Curing, it appears, has everything to do with caring.

This may be true, say the cynics, but you're talking about a placebo effect, and you can't ask taxpayers to pay for a placebo. But it's not as simple as that. I don't think that the complementary therapies I suggest to my patients are placebos, but I don't know. The trouble is that with many complementary therapies, the human effect is so great that it is often difficult to know if the specific treatment is a placebo or not. It is possible that many complementary therapies have a very small specific effect of, say, 5 to 10 per cent, with a much larger 40 to 50 per cent effect due to the therapist/ patient interaction. The overall package may be more therapeutic than giving the same patient a strong and expensive conventional remedy with a proven specific effect of perhaps 30 to 40 per cent, but where the added benefit of the therapeutic encounter may be much smaller.

A couple of years ago, I published a paper in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine about a healer who has been working in our practice for nine years. The study revealed that 50 per cent of her patients had shown considerable improvement. These were chronically ill patients who had not been helped by any previous conventional or complementary treatment. The editor of that venerable journal did not challenge the findings. But he did quite reasonably argue that the research had failed to prove that this was not simply a placebo effect. The point is: does it matter? Not, apparently, to the patients nor to our own practice, which has continued to employ her.

Perhaps our concepts of symptoms, disease and health are a little too narrow. Maybe we should consider well being and quality of life as well when deciding whether a treatment works or not. Patients seeing complementary therapists seem to frequently change their attitude to their problems, themselves and their lives generally. Complementary medicine at its best is empowering. It encourages people to use and to recognise their own self-healing abilities and to develop more active approaches to life beyond the classic active/passive relationship of the conventional medical encounter.

It also encourages people to explore their own healing abilities with others. Indeed, a new mantra of 'heal yourself by healing others' may be a useful antidote to the alienation and unhappiness of a culture that has encouraged individuals to concentrate only on meeting their own needs. If the self-help philosophy of complementary medicine can reduce the demands on orthodox medicine and leave more resources for high-technology care when it is necessary, then there is every reason for the NHS to embrace it warmly.

In some ways, complementary medicine is simply replacing the vacuum left by modern medicine, which has become too confident in its new pills and potions and has forgotten about the crucial therapeutic effect of the interaction between patient and therapist. Patients are wise to this. History is repeating itself. In 1666, the physicians fled from London during the Great Plague and their patients turned to the apothecaries, who were later to become today's general practitioners. So it is hardly surprising that complementary practitioners should move in to fill the void when general practitioners proudly declare, 'Dr Finlay is dead.' Conventional medicine should welcome them at a time when there are insufficient conventional doctors and nurses to man the pumps.

Thus the scene is set for Integrated Medicine (integrating orthodox and complementary care). Nationally the Federation for Integrated medicine and its president HRH Prince Charles have been strong advocates of this concept. The new NHS believes in patient choice. Ergo it should offer integrated medicine, which maximises both safety and choice. Certainly such integration has been well received by patients in my own surgery. They have had the safety of an orthodox medical diagnosis plus the added benefit of a complementary approach, when conventional medicine was either not appropriate or failed to find the answer. But the benefit is not only to patients. Like most orthodox doctors who have dallied in the complementary, I have radically changed my outlook and attitude and consequently enjoy my work much more.

Complementary practitioners working in the surgery feel the same. We have been able to learn much from each other. I used to grit my teeth and silently fume when patients rejected my conventional remedies and said they wanted 'something natural'. Today, I feel quite the opposite. I know that generally what the patient wants is more likely to make him or her better. I am able to suggest a range of options, and when the patient goes off to purchase the suggested 'natural' treatment, I am comforted by the knowledge that he is saving the NHS a conventional prescription and keeping scarce resources for when they are absolutely necessary.

So in my own practice I will continue to refer to complementary practitioners and advise on complementary treatments. Partly because my patients want me to, partly because they help, and partly because they overcome the impotence of trying to match every patient need with a limited range of conventional remedies. A few days ago, a new patient entered my surgery in tears and said she felt very ill. A few minutes later my computer crashed while trying to produce her prescription. While waiting for it to revive, we discussed potatoes, which turned out to be a subject of mutual interest. When she got up to leave, I apologised for talking about potatoes rather than about her. She smiled and said that she felt much better anyway. Both of us had forgotten about her prescription, which was still jammed in the computer. That is how real life is. Recent research on aromatherapy suggests that it could improve mental ability but only if the patient believed it would. That will not stop me referring 'believers' for aromatherapy. Indeed, I would interpret the research as showing that I should.

As far as the wider NHS is concerned, complementary medicine has the potential to humanise modern medicine and widen its vision beyond pathology and illness to health and well being in its widest sense. It adds a splash of colour to the black and white of orthodox science. Patients, with their duality of heart and mind, need both.

If the NHS refuses to embrace complementary medicine, then it is refusing to listen to its own patients (75 per cent of patients would like the NHS to offer complementary therapies). It will be denying choice and encouraging inequity. Complementary medicine will only be available to those who can pay for it. The NHS will be saying that it knows better than its patients at a time when paternalistic attitudes of this sort are supposed to be anathema. Meanwhile, I prefer to err on the side of optimism. One day soon, hopefully, increased patient power, NHS resources and vociferous advocates of integrated medicine will shift the balance between the conventional and the complementary, and the great event will happen. The NHS will finally lower its drawbridge and the historical rift between the orthodox and the alternative will be over.

· Dr Michael Dixon is a GP at College Surgery in Cullompton, Devon and the author of The Human Effect in Medicine (£17.95, Radcliffe Medical Press).

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