Sunday, November 27, 2011

The Sun Is Shining Again

I would like to thank you for all your encouraging words during my recent trip to India. A regular reader wrote me an email yesterday and said he felt uneasy reading the title of my post yesterday. It's just a reflection of my mood at that time. He suggested another title, which is the title of today's post. I believe things don't happen by chance and today, I am writing yet another cancer therapy.

Last night, I continued to taking sleeping pills. I had a discussion with my doctor and one way to force the biorhythm of my body back on time is to ensure I sleep at night and is awake during day time. I hope taking sleeping pills for a few days in a row would do the trick. Yesterday, I had two strange dreams. This first dream, I can't figure what time it happened. My friend and I was walking around town and we chance to meet up three primary school mates who was sitting in a car. After some exchange of pleasantries, we parted and after walking about 10 meters, one of the guys fired the gun at me. It did not hit me and the next thing I did was jump to the ground just behind the road shoulder as cover. I crawled slowly towards safety. The guys did not pursue us. The second dream happened this morning, I think around 8+am just before I woke up. In the second dream, I had just recently joined a company as an executive in the Finance and IT Department. I was called to check on the company website that has gone down and was checking the cabling when suddenly the guys at the Sales Department and the Finance Department were arguing. My immediate boss showed up and and did some mediation. Meanwhile, I went to support the secretary to the MD who had a printing problem. Somehow she was also caught in the crossfire between the two departments. She was crying and submitted her resignation letter. I was still very blur as to what was happening. Then I went back to see how my boss was handling the situation and what he did was create two cubicals to separate the two departments. Still some staffs continued bickering. Before I could find out what was going on, I woke up. What weird dreams and two in one night of sleep?

A cancer friend sent me an email about this therapy and I did a check to find out more about this therapy. I am quite impressed with this therapy and this is one therapy that I am considering. Ukraine, here I come? Oh, it's too soon to decide. But I will be writing to the clinic in Lviv, Ukraine for more information and I hope the treatment cost is affordable. I have a few readers from Ukraine. Perhaps they would like to make a comment or two.

What Is Ukrain?
Ukrain is a special extract from greater celandine using for the treatment of cancer. Ukrain is the first and only anticancer drug accumulating during minutes after administration in cancer cells. Because it triggers apoptosis in cancer cells this drug is only toxic against cancer cells while, in contrast to chemotherapy, at therapeutic dose it leaves healthy cells undamaged. In 2004 and 2006 Dr. Wassil Nowicky, author of drug was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

Greater celandine (Chelidonium majus L.) is well known in herbal medicine since more than 3,000 years. The anti-tumour properties of the plant extract were described in a medicinal herb book published in 1536. The latex of greater celandine has been used mostly to treat skin warts. However, internal use of celandine is strongly limited due its high toxicity. By means of a patent processing method a product was developed which can be administered intravenously and has affinity to cancer cells. The inventor named this product Ukrain after his country of birth.

This drug has potential for many type of cancers. For more information, please visit here and here. Briefly, this is how Ukrain works.

Research findings on Ukrain have appeared in 262 specialist publications and been presented at 294 international medical congresses. Its efficacy, safety and quality have been confirmed by 260 scientists from 24 countries at 60 universities and research institutes.

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