I went to my doctor yesterday and she said my Iron was very high and i may have Hemochromatosis aka HH. She said it had to do w/ my liver. I am very scared. I am 22 yr old female w/ a one year old baby. This past year I have been drinking alot ...too much !! I AM quitting drinking but i wonder if my drinking has something to do w/ HH? Does anyone here have any information to share w/ me on HH ??!! Please w/b !! Thank you
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replied September 20th, 2007
I posted a reply in the addictions forum as well but....
Hemochromatosis could be a genetic blood disease or it could be caused by alcoholism, anemia. Alcohol in conjunction with the extra iron can destroy you major organs. My aunt died of liver cancer caused from hemochromatosis.
It can be managed. My dad has it, my uncle has it and both my aunts have it. If you develop Hemochromatosis, it will not go away. You may need to be tested to see how much iron has accumulated in your liver. You will need to give a pint of blood every week or two until your iron levels are normal. Then you will need to have blood drawn every 2-4 months to maintain normal levels. But it varies with every person. I suggest searching the web. There is alot of useful information. It's not a death sentence and it's not as bad as you think. Your young and if you stop drinking you'll remain healthy.
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replied September 21st, 2007
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Hi!
Alcohol is an independent liver toxin, but can make hemochromatosis to be presented earlier due to its combined effect with the iron.
Do you have pain in your joint? Do you find your heart beats irregularly?
Do you feel fatigue and without energy?
Many people have no symptoms when they are diagnosed and the initial symptoms can be diverse and mimic the symptoms of many other diseases. However, if the iron overload caused by hemochromatosis is diagnosed and treated before organ damage has occurred, a person can live a normal, healthy life.
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replied September 3rd, 2008
Can hemochromatosis be "helped" with cord blood liek it does with diabetes, leukemia, etc...
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replied May 9th, 2012
Hemochromatosis, Cancer and Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer
Hemochromatosis, Cancer and Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer
Hemochromatosis, or iron overload disorder, is a disorder of iron metabolism. Hemochromatosis can be caused by a variety of factors. Hemochromatosis can result from administration of large amounts of iron orally, by injection, or in forms of blood transfusion therapy. The surplus iron is stored in the liver, heart, pancreas and other organs. The most common complications of hemochromatosis are cirrhosis and liver cancer. Men are significantly more likely to develop hemochromatosis compared to women. Women regularly lose iron during menstruation (blood loss means iron loss) and pregnancy. A woman's risk increases after the menopause or a hysterectomy. Hemochromatosis is treated by a method known as venesection (phlebotomy). Iron-rich blood is removed from the body regularly, just as if the patient were donating blood. How much blood is taken and how often depends on the patient's age, overall health and the severity of the iron overload. Cancer is a devastating disease that can affect anyone at any time. Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer: cancer should be interpreted as intracellular superpara-ferri-ferromagnetic infection. Intracellular molecules FeO;Fe2O3;Fe3O4 are the main creators of intracellular superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles. Therefore, cancer is an iron disease. Oncologists must beat cancer by non-complicated anti-iron methods of The Old Testament. Anti-iron intratumoral injections [sulfur (2%) + olive oil (98%); 36.6C - 39.0C] (by ceramic needles) can suppress tumors and large metastases. People who routinely donate blood may have an increased risk of iron deficiency anemia, since blood donation can deplete iron stores. Low hemoglobin related to blood donation may be a temporary problem remedied by eating more iron-rich foods. Oncologists can (temporarily) deplete iron stores (for neutralization of micro-metastases). Anti-cancer iron deficiency anemia can be strengthened by anti-iron goat milk diet and anti-iron drinking water containing hydrogen sulfide (before and after venesection)
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replied May 17th, 2012
Hemochromatosis is an obvious iron disease; cancer - is a subtle
Hemochromatosis is an obvious iron disease; cancer is a subtle iron disease. See: Aneuploidy Theory of Cancer and Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer. German pathologist David Hansemann observed (in 1891) asymmetric mitoses in all of the epithelial cancers he examined. This led him to the hypothesis that, The cell of the malignant tumor is a cell with a certain abnormal chromatin content. German biologist Theodor Boveri formulated (in 1914) the aneuploidy theory of cancer. But most researchers have dismissed phenomenon aneuploidy as a byproduct of cancer, not the cause. With the rise in the 1970s of the oncogene theory, the idea that aneuploidy was a cause of cancer was left in the dust. American molecular biologist Peter Duesberg revived the aneuploidy theory in 1997. The prevailing oncogene theory ascribes cancer to a handful of single-gene mutations that sends cells into uncontrolled growth. The aneuploidy theory, on the other hand, hypothesizes that cancer arises from a cell with an abnormal number of chromosomes. The duplicated chromosomes contain extra copies of hundreds or thousands of genes. Certain combinations of aneuploid chromosomes throw the cellular machinery into chaos and thus lead to cancerous growth. As a result of aneuploidy, the total DNA content of a cancer cell can rise to more than twice or fall to nearly half that of a normal diploid cell. In 2007, Scientific American published an article Chromosomal Chaos and Cancer by Duesberg. Each cancer is unique. Even if cancers are from the same tissue, and are generated with the same carcinogen, they are never the same. There is always a cytogenetic and a biochemical individuality in every cancer. The Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer (Theory from The Old Testament): any human cell should be interpreted as a society of dia-, para-, superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles. These nanoparticles have certain local magnetic contacts. Any human organism consists of normal cells (cells with non-numerous superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles) and tumor cells (cells with numerous superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles). Intracellular molecules FeO;Fe2O3;Fe3O4 are the main creators of intracellular superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles that can chaotically distort DNA and shift chromosomes (by local magnetic fields). Shift chromosomes means confuse, displace, interlace, invert, mix, muddle, permute, remove, transfer or/and transpose chromosomes / chromosomal fragments. Cancer is a subtle iron disease (hemochromatosis is an obvious iron disease). Oncologists must beat tumors, large metastases and micro-metastases by non-complicated anti-iron methods of The Old Testament.
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replied May 27th, 2012
Cancer and hemochromatosis
Cancer can be compared with hemochromatosis. Warburg, Duesberg and Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer. The Warburg Theory of Cancer postulates that tumor cells have defects in mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation. According to Warburg, cancer should be interpreted as a type of mitochondrial disease. Most modern cancer researchers are convinced that cancer results from a handful of genetic mutations. Peter Duesberg argues that carcinogenesis is initiated by a disruption of the chromosomes. Duesberg Chromosomal (Aneuploidy) Theory of Cancer asserts that cancers exhibit a more flexible and unpredictable karyotype, including not only intact chromosomes from the host, but also partial, truncated and mere stumps of chromosomes. The Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer asserts that cancer should be interpreted as a subtle iron disease. Cancer can be compared with hemochromatosis. Most people store 2-4 grams of iron while those with iron overload may accumulate 20 or more grams. The majority of people with iron overload don't know they have it because they are symptom-free or the disease's symptoms - fatigue, weight loss, joint pain, early menopause, and loss of libido, don't occur until the 40s or older when they may be attributed to other disorders. Over time, the toxic effects of the excess iron can lead to damaging diseases like diabetes, congestive heart failure, and endocrine system problems. Treatment for hemochromatosis involves removing blood from the body, known as phlebotomy. Cancer can attack people even if they store 2-4 grams of iron. Cancer can destroy the human organism by means of 1 gram of iron. Cancer is a serial killer of cancer theories. Hippocrates gave cancer its name. The Old Testament: cancer is the first-born of death. Any cancer and ALS work by intracellular superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles. These nanoparticles attract free soluble iron, and thus create deficiency of free soluble iron (create mitochondrial problems) within tumor cells. Moreover, these nanoparticles can chaotically create various errors (mistakes) in DNA; can chaotically disrupt chromosomes (by local magnetic fields). Non-complicated accurate anti-iron methods of The Old Testament can quickly beat any cancer and ALS (intracellular superpara-ferri-ferromagnetic infections) and AIDS (slow virus infection). eHealthForum & Shapoval
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replied June 1st, 2012
Hemochromatosis and Fe3O4
Institute of Measurement Science and Institute of Experimental Physics of the Slovak Academy of Sciences study the biogenic magnetite (Fe3O4) in humans. The process of magnetite biomineralization in living systems was first discovered in marine molluscs. Since then, the biogenic magnetite was found in several biological species, including mammals. It is believed that the magnetite biomineralization is a genetically-controlled biochemical process, through which organisms make perfect ferrimagnetic crystals. However, this process is still not well understood. Magnetic measurements on samples of human tissue confirmed the presence of trace quantities of stable single domain magnetite particles in virtually all human tissues. Although, several ideas about the biological function of magnetite in humans have been proposed, the real purpose is still not known. Several studies suggested that levels of biogenic magnetite in human brain tissue may be elevated in subjects with Alzheimer disease or associated with aging. Biogenic magnetite in human tissue represents biologically produced ferrimagnetic nanoparticles. We do not know its function, but if we accept, that in animals it plays a crucial role in geomagnetic field navigation, we also have to accept interaction with neurosensory system through biochemical bonds. Without precise knowledge of biogenic magnetite physiological function and interaction with surrounding environment, it is more or less hypothetical to describe precise mechanisms of hazardous interaction. However, our preliminary simulations indicate potential health hazard impact of such interaction. To understand the precise mechanism of interaction in humans, we need to clarify two basic things. First, what is the physiological function of such nanoparticles and what is their spatial arrangement in tissue? Second, what is the biological response of organism to applied fields? The situation in MR devices is much more extreme, so it can be more detectable and can bring new views to the problem of (electro-) magnetic field interaction with living systems. Ferromagnetic Theory-2006 of Cancer and Ferromagnetic Theory-2010 of ALS: Cancer and ALS work by biologically produced ferrimagnetic nanoparticles (Fe3O4) within cells. Human tissues are not ferro(i)magnetic, but ferro(i)magnetic nanoparticles can be present as contaminants within cells. Intracellular ferro-, ferri- and superparamagnetic nanoparticles can 'attack' DNA and chromosomes by invisible local magnetic fields (by elastic forces). Hemochromatosis (iron overload disorder) provokes the formation of Fe3O4 within cells. The most common complications of hemochromatosis are liver cancer and other types of cancer. Fe3O4 has ferro-, ferri- and superparamagnetic helpers. Cobalt nanoparticles 'create' cobalt-induced carcinogenesis. Nickel nanoparticles 'create' nickel-induced carcinogenesis. An oncovirus (tumor virus, cancer virus) is a virus that can cause cancer. Any oncovirus is a superparamagnetic nanoparticle. Asbestos particles contain ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles. Chemical carcinogenic nanoparticles (asbestos, 3,4-benzpyrene, aflatoxins, etc.) are ready superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles. These nanoparticles can pass through cell membranes and 'create' chemical-induced carcinogenesis. Non-complicated anti-iron methods of The Old Testament will beat Cancer and ALS (Fe3O4-diseases) and AIDS (slow virus infection). The Slovak Academy of Sciences can develop the Ferromagnetic Theory-2006 of Cancer and the Ferromagnetic Theory-2010 of ALS.
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replied June 22nd, 2012
Hemochromatosis and Iron Chelators
Hemochromatosis, Iron Chelators for Cancer Therapy and Ferromagnetic Theory of Cancer. Observations that rapid neoplastic cell proliferation requires iron have led to the understanding that some iron chelators may be useful against cancer. Researchers endeavor to develop more effective iron chelators for cancer therapy. Chelation is a very effective way to treat heavy-metal poisoning. Since the 1970s, iron chelation therapy (the removal of excess iron from the body with special drugs) has been used as an alternative to regular phlebotomy to treat excess iron stores in people with hemochromatosis. The goal of iron chelation therapy is to prevent iron-mediated injury to cells. Researchers can't beat cancer by iron chelators because: 1) researchers invent ultra-complicated iron chelators; 2) researchers mix anti-cancer iron chelation therapy with chemotherapy and radiation therapy. According to the Ferromagnetic Theory-2006 of Cancer (Iron Conception), any tumor cells are cells with numerous intracellular superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles (any normal cells are cells with non-numerous intracellular superpara-, ferri- and ferromagnetic nanoparticles). Researchers must beat cancer (a subtle iron disease) by non-complicated iron chelators of The Old Testament: 1) intratumoral injections [sulfur (2%) + olive oil (98%); 36.6C-39.0C] (by ceramic needles) [suppression of tumors and large metastases]; 2) accurate slow blood loss (even 75%) [hemoglobin control] (neutralization of micro-metastases); 3) goat milk diet and anti-iron drinking water containing hydrogen sulfide (neutralization of micro-metastases).
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replied August 30th, 2012
Iron Blood Serum Levels, Hemochromatosis and Cancer
All human cells, including blood cells, contain iron. A healthy person should have a normal iron blood serum level in the range of 60 to 170 micrograms per decilitre of blood. There are four tests available to determine a person's level of iron in the bloodstream: the Iron-Binding Capacity Test (TIBC), the Ferritin Test, the Transferring Test and the Serum Iron Test. These tests are used to determine if someone is suffering from anemia or too much iron as well as what treatment is needed for a particular condition. Disorders that benefit from iron level testing are gastrointestinal bleeding, iron poisoning, thalassemia, hemosiderosis and hemochromatosis. Hemochromatosis is the abnormal accumulation of iron in parenchymal organs. Cancer is the abnormal accumulation of nano-crystalline iron (superparamagnetic, ferrimagnetic and ferromagnetic nano-particles) in cancer cells. Cancer can attack persons with low, normal or high iron blood serum levels. That's why cancer researchers invent 'non-iron cancer theories'. Iron Conception (Ferromagnetic Cancer Theory): oncologists can beat any cancer (a subtle iron disease) by non-complicated anti-iron methods of The Old Testament.
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replied October 1st, 2012
Lung Cancer, Genetic Mutations and Ferromagnetic Cancer Theory
Lung cancer is a malignant tumor in the tissue of one or both of the lungs. Some people have primary cancer that started in the lungs. Others have cancer that started somewhere else in the body and spread to the lungs (secondary cancer). Lung cancer is the deadliest type of cancer for both men and women. Each year, more people die of lung cancer than of breast, colon, and prostate cancers combined. Lung cancer treatments (surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, biological therapy, radiofrequency ablation, photodynamic therapy and palliative therapies) can't successfully beat lung cancer. According to the Ferromagnetic Cancer Theory (Theory from The Old Testament; Iron Conception), lung cancer is a subtle iron disease. Similar to many other cancers, lung cancer is initiated by accumulation of superparamagnetic, ferrimagnetic and ferromagnetic nanoparticles in tumor cells. These nanoparticles chaotically distort DNA and shift chromosomes by local magnetic fields. Lung cancer should be interpreted as intracellular superpara-ferri-ferromagnetic 'infection'. Scientists agree that lung cancer occurs when cells of the lung accumulate genetic mutations. Scientists have completed a comprehensive map of genetic mutations linked to small cell lung cancers. Among the errors found in small cell lung cancers, scientists found an alteration in a gene called SOX2 associated with early embryonic development. Scientists from Germany and elsewhere completed another genome wide scan of small cell lung cancers and focused on changes in several genes, including FGFR1. Although tobacco smoking is the primary etiological factor, scientists agree that many lung cancers have no single cause, but are instead the result of a combination of several causes. According to the Ferromagnetic Cancer Theory, non-complicated accurate anti-iron methods of The Old Testament can successfully beat lung cancer. Anti-iron intratumoral injections [sulfur (2%) + olive oil (98%); 36.6C - 39.0C] (by ceramic needles) can suppress any tumors and large metastases; can give harmless infiltrations (deposits of cells that die; harmless necroses; benign capsules). Anti-iron slow blood loss (even 75%) [hemoglobin control], anti-iron goat milk diet and anti-iron drinking water containing hydrogen sulfide can neutralize any micrometastases or isolated tumor cells. eHealth Forum & Vadim Shapoval
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replied January 14th, 2013
Hemochromatosis, Sarcomas and Ferromagnetic Cancer Theory
NeoPlas Innovation (a clinical cancer treatment firm in Brentwood) argues: 1) the medicines we prescribe do happen to be derived from natural sources; one of them was originally discovered as the product of a fungus and the other is a protein which the human body makes in its immune system; 2) many physicians have been trained to rely on evidence-based medicine; that's a very good thing when used properly because it means doctors don't use suspect treatments or medicines that don't have a reasonable basis. NeoPlas Innovation researchers can read a number of papers that discuss possible mechanisms by which spontaneous remission of cancer might occur. Spontaneous remission of cancer is defined as the disappearance, complete or incomplete, of cancer without medical treatment, or with treatment that is considered inadequate. The most popular suggestion is some form of immunological reaction can suppress cancer. It is noticed that hypothyroidism may trigger apoptosis in tumors. Cancer researchers have hypothesized that spontaneous remission may be caused by bacterial infection, blood transfusion, minor or major surgery. According to the Ferromagnetic Cancer Theory (Theory from the Old Testament / Iron Conception), cancer is a subtle iron disease. Hemochromatosis is an obvious iron disease. Cancer is the abnormal accumulation of nano-crystalline iron (superparamagnetic, ferrimagnetic and ferromagnetic nanoparticles) in cancer cells. Hemochromatosis is the abnormal accumulation of iron (free iron, heme iron, non-heme iron and nano-crystalline iron) in parenchymal organs. Bacterial and viral infections, blood loss, minor or major surgery, pregnancy and childbirth, lower plasma thyroid hormone concentrations ARE 'spontaneous anti-iron events'. Sarcomas are rare cancers that develop in the supporting or connective tissues of the body. There are around 70 different sub-types of sarcoma. NeoPlas Innovation can beat around 70 different sub-types of sarcoma and over 100 different sub-types of cancer by non-complicated ANTI-IRON methods: 1) intratumoral injections [sulfur (2%) + olive oil (98%); 36.6C-39.0C] (by ceramic needles) [suppression of any tumors and metastases]; 2) accurate slow blood loss (even 75%) [hemoglobin control], goats milk diet and drinking water containing hydrogen sulfide [neutralization of any micro-metastases]. If NeoPlas Innovation's cancer treatment is direct (or indirect) anti-iron treatment, then this treatment can successfully suppress sarcomas and cancers.
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