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« Reply #80 on: November 18, 2009, 06:55:04 AM »
I have begun praying for the parents of these kids, that their eyes may be opened to what they are doing to the very ones they are so desperate to save. It is a horrifying situation.

That appears to be the best way to confront the issue since you shared the truth and they rejected it. It's heartbreaking to watch little ones suffer because of the ignorance and stubborness of parents.

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« Reply #81 on: November 18, 2009, 09:05:15 AM »
Sorry to take so long in replying, Sister Colleen. Here is a link source
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« Reply #82 on: March 06, 2010, 08:17:37 PM »
We have stated that a virus can cause cancer. Here we add to this fact.

It is well established that breast cancer in the mouse is caused by a virus, the mouse mammary tumor virus (MMTV), which is passed from mother to nursing babies via the milk. Mouse breast cancer is proof that a naturally occurring cancer can be caused by a virus swallowed in a food source.....BLV(Bovine Leukemia Virus) infections are not limited to cattle. The virus can infect sheep and non-human primates experimentally and cause cancer in the sheep.

Then the question comes to mind, are humans exposed to Bovine Leukemia Virus? Yes, 100% of the bulk milk tanks of large dairies are infected with Bovine Leukemia Virus. Is there anyway to know if humans have been infected with Bovine Leukemia Virus? Another indication of current or past infection with a virus is the presence of an immune response to the virus. This is usually determined by measuring antibodies to the virus in human blood. During this past two years we have completed tests (western blot analyses) for antibodies to BLV on over 240 human volunteers; over half were positive for antibodies to BLV.     source

The leading cause of death by disease in children under the age of 15 is cancer. The number one cancer causing death is Leukemia. Where does this cancer come from? 


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« Reply #83 on: March 07, 2010, 06:04:23 AM »
2 + 2 = 100% assurance of the origin of this deadly cancer. It has been a blessing to warn of this danger to those who actually listen, do their research to "see if this is so," and come to the conclusion to completely set aside milk and all related products. Many whom I have warned are already battling cancer of some form and are starving for any information to help them improve their chances of survival. When they learn of poisoned dairy products, they are astonished and become more than ready for change. Mention "clean food" to them and a thought process begins to evaluate everything entering their bodies. What makes it "clean"? Absence of animal products. They are so thankful because they are so exceedingly desperate.

"Got Milk?" is one of the most deceptive advertising campaigns known to man. Satan is crafty and largely succeeds in convincing humans they must consume milk to be healthy. Our children are dying as a result and the aged are so cancer ridden that there is no cure strong enough to undo the damage. Prevention is the ONLY answer.

When will we realize humans are the only living group that continues to consume milk throughout its lifetime. Animals have God-given wisdom to wean their young and we don't. Quite incredible!  
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« Reply #84 on: March 07, 2010, 10:37:52 AM »
Our children are dying as a result and the aged are so cancer ridden that there is no cure strong enough to undo the damage. Prevention is the ONLY answer.

Actually, while an ounce of prevention is worth at least 1,000 pounds of cure, it may be that with God's help, a change in lifestyle may extend life in even older folk who have cancer. God wants to bless and I think He will where blessings will follow. God is in the business of creating witnesses of His ways.

We have a topic on The China Study I cannot recommend the book highly enough. I spoke with T Colin Campbell just after they completed the study, long before he wrote the book. It is the most comprehensive study ever done on nutrition and health. The book is excellent and puts those in our teaching schools who have been given great light to shame. This man is honest and God has blessed him. He has shown the world the truth that we have been trying to share. He has proved through study and science what God gave through inspiration. The world is without excuse.

I want to quote from the book here in this topic because for those who still have not accepted the truth that dairy is not needed nor is it healthful, here is the best science to date on the subject. "I would never have dreamed that our results up to this point would be so incredibly consistent, biologically plausible and statistically significant. We have fully confirmed the original work from India and had done it in exceptional depth. Let there be no doubt: cow's milk protein is an exceptionally potent cancer promoter in rats dosed with aflatoxin. The fact that this promotion effect occurs at dietary protein levels (10-20%) commonly used both in rodents and humans makes it especially tantalizing--and provocative.  By modifying the amount of casein in the diet, they could turn cancer off  and on. By modifying the amount of aflatoxin in the diet, the cancer growth did not change.

This study gives great hope that by removing dairy from the diet, cancer growth may be able to be halted. It is worth buying the book to be convinced that we do not want to be putting dairy into our bodies.


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« Reply #85 on: March 07, 2010, 12:59:29 PM »
Incredible! Astounding! It can be turned "off and on"? I stand corrected in complete wonderment! Praise the Lord!
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« Reply #86 on: March 08, 2010, 10:19:29 AM »
In that study it was turned off and on. There is always more than what we see. But, it is encouraging to see that the removal of the milk protein made such a starling difference in the growth of the cancer. Aflatoxin was thought to be one of the most carcinogenic substances and here we see that increasing or decreasing the amount of aflatoxin had no effect on the cancer whereas changing the amount of milk protein did. We could not ask for more astonishing evidence of the danger of dairy products. We accepted the danger of aflatoxin based upon evidence that pales in comparison.

If there were one uninspired book that all should read, it is The China Study, by T. Colin Campbell. God has blessed this honest man in his labors.
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« Reply #87 on: March 15, 2010, 10:54:42 AM »
I agree, Richard.  "The China Study" is a very helpful book with some amazing revelations within it's pages.  We use it in our health programs also.
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« Reply #88 on: March 31, 2011, 05:35:27 AM »
From CNN: Read more here: http://www.cnn.com/2011/HEALTH/03/31/radiation.us/index.html?hpt=T2

Washington (CNN) -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is increasing its nationwide monitoring of radiation as two states reported very low levels of radiation in milk.

The agency said Wednesday it is boosting its monitoring of radiation in milk, precipitation, drinking water, and other outlets. It already tracks radiation in those potential exposure routes through an existing network of stations across the country.

Results from screening samples of milk taken in the past week in Spokane, Washington, and in San Luis Obispo County, California, detected radioactive iodine at a level 5,000 times lower than the limit set by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, officials said.

The I-131 isotope has a very short half-life of about eight days, the EPA said, so the level detected in milk and milk products is expected to drop relatively quickly.

FDA senior scientist Patricia Hansen also said the findings are "miniscule" compared to what people experience every day.

Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire said tests confirmed the milk is safe to drink.
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« Reply #89 on: June 06, 2011, 08:26:08 PM »
A new strain of MRSA has been discovered in British milk, scientists report today. The superbug, resistant to antibiotics, has been isolated from samples of milk taken from farms around the country and has also infected humans. It is the first time MRSA has been found in farm animals in the UK. source
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« Reply #90 on: June 06, 2011, 08:44:18 PM »
Wow - that's huge news, very frightening news!
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« Reply #91 on: June 06, 2011, 09:39:43 PM »
Well....I would rather have that than the Leukemia that is in the milk, or mad cow.  They say that the MRSA is killed by processing the milk.  The are concerned about the workers who handle the raw milk.  But, they also say that the Leukemia Virus is killed by processing.  They have a lot to learn.
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« Reply #92 on: June 07, 2011, 06:20:41 AM »
They surely do. I noticed how quickly they provided a remedy.
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« Reply #94 on: March 14, 2012, 10:13:39 AM »
Many years ago the medical profession warned mothers to not feed babies under age one cow milk. There was concern that it could lead to type one diabetes.  A most serious matter. Type one involves the destruction of the pancreas' ability to produce insulin.

Today, there is research being done in this area.  A new Finnish study revealed the same concern. In this study they modified the milk and tested it on babies. One batch was an insulin-free cow's milk formula. They found it reduces type 1 diabetes mellitus-associated autoantibodies in children at genetic risk. In other words, the milk that was not modified put at risk babies drinking it for type one diabetes.  And, the insulin free milk "reduced" the type one diabetes associated autoantibodies. It did not eliminate them.

Science has not yet begun yelling out that milk infected with bovine leukemia causes serious health problems for children. They have not reversed their teaching on the need for children to drink cow milk.
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« Reply #95 on: March 14, 2012, 03:33:27 PM »
I  was visiting by phone with a family member the other day. They said they observed a local animal expert put on a seminar about pets. He said that never under any circumstances should an owner feed their adult dog or cat cows milk.

I wonder if he feels the same way about feeding adult humans cows milk. Perhaps he does.
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« Reply #96 on: April 21, 2012, 02:46:28 PM »
I have often seen it stated that Bovine Leukemia Virus does not cause cancer in cows. It is a lie. Here is a current published article that reveals the truth about the Leukemia Virus found in most dairy products.

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VeterinaryMedicineInternational
Volume 2012,ArticleID350374,5pages
doi:10.1155/2012/350374

ResearchArticle

UsingaHerdProfileto DetermineAge-SpecificPrevalenceof
Bovine LeukemiaVirusinMichigan DairyHerds

RonaldJ. Erskine,1PaulC.Bartlett,1ToddM.Byrem,2 ChelseaL.Render,1
CatherineFebvay,1 andJessicaT.Houseman2


1DepartmentofLargeAnimalClinicalSciences,MichiganStateUniversity, East Lansing,MI 48824, USA
2AntelBioSystems,DivisionofNorthStarCooperative,Inc., Lansing,MI 48909, USA


Correspondence shouldbe addressedtoRonaldJ.Erskine,erskine@cvm.msu.edu

Received4November 2011;Accepted 31January2012

Academic Editor:HansJ.Nauwynck

Copyright©2012RonaldJ. Erskineetal.Thisis anopen access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution
License,which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium,provided the original work is properly
cited.

Enzootic bovine leukosis is a contagious disease of cattle caused by the retrovirus, bovine leukemia virus (BLV) and is the most common cause of malignant neoplasm in cattle.


What is a malignant neoplasm? It is a malignant tumor; metastatic tumor, or in simple language that most  can understand, cancer. BLV does indeed cause cancer.  The infection rate in diary herds around the world is very high. The virus crosses the specie barrier.

We understand that in cows the virus load is a factor in the development of tumors. In other words, if the virus does infect humans, which it does, and if this virus causes cancer in humans, then the amount of dairy consumed will have an effect on the likely-hood of the development of cancer at an early age.

And if it is possible to be healed of  cancer, and it is has been shown to happen, then the virus load is an important consideration.  I would think that removing all virus from food and water consumption would be first on the list of things to do.
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« Reply #97 on: June 14, 2012, 05:14:59 AM »
Milk fats may alter gut bacteria causing bowel diseases
By James Gallagher Health and science reporter, BBC News

[photo]Woman in pain Inflammatory bowel diseases are becoming more common


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The rise of inflammatory bowel diseases could be down to our shifting diets causing a "boom in bad bacteria", according to US researchers.

Mouse experiments detailed in the journal Nature linked certain fats, bacteria in the gut and the onset of inflammatory diseases.

The researchers said the high-fat diet changed the way food was digested and encouraged harmful bacteria.

Microbiologists said modifying gut bacteria might treat the disease.

Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs), such as Crohn's and ulcerative colitis, affect one in every 350 people in the UK. When the gut becomes inflamed it can lead to abdominal pain and diarrhoea.

The researchers at the University of Chicago said the incidence of the diseases was increasing rapidly.


Read more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-18432652
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« Reply #98 on: June 14, 2012, 06:34:54 AM »
"healthy fat linked to bower disease".    Dairy is not healthy.  It is being shown in this study to cause bowel disease. Most dairy products  are diseased and are killing people.
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« Reply #99 on: June 14, 2012, 06:42:05 AM »
I have reported on this in the past, but here is another reminder that a leukemia virus which infects most dairy also infects humans.  Much has been done since this was published in 1997.


Initial Award Abstract (1996)
The purpose of the research proposed here is to determine whether: 1) humans can become infected with bovine leukemia virus; 2) such an infection occurs through consumption of foodstuffs from infected cows; 3) infection with BLV could lead to developing breast cancer. It is well established that breast cancer in the mouse is caused by a virus, the mouse mammary tumor virus, which is passed from mother to nursing babies via the milk. Attempts to find an analogous virus in human milk passed from mother to baby have failed. Since humans drink more cow's milk than they do human milk, perhaps cows would be a more promising target in the search for a milk-transmitted agent of human breast cancer.

Bovine leukemia virus (BLV) is a cancer-causing virus of cattle which can be passed from mother cow to calf via the milk. BLV commonly infects dairy and beef cattle and is found in the marketed milk and meat of these animals. Most infected cattle do not actually develop leukemia, but remain healthy and are not removed from the herd. Consumption of unpasteurized dairy products or undercooked beef could possibly allow transmission of infectious virus to humans. BLV infections are not limited to cattle. The virus can infect sheep and nonhuman primates experimentally and cause cancer in the sheep. In the laboratory it can infect the cells of many species including humans and other primates. We recently discovered that BLV may infect the breast cells of cows and cause these cells to behave more like cancer cells. This indicates that the tissue preference of this "leukemia" virus is not limited to blood cells.

We propose here a pilot study to examine the first aspect of the overall proposal, whether humans can become infected with BLV. Human breast tissues removed during surgery, breast tissue sections received from a pathologist, cells from milk and colostrum, and blood cells will be searched for evidence of different components of BLV using cellular and molecular techniques (immunocytochemistry, PCR, and in situ reverse transcriptase PCR). Human blood will be tested for antibodies to BLV. Our preliminary results suggest that the breast cells of some women are infected with BLV and that some humans have antibodies to BLV. The potential impact of the project is through prevention of these cancers by elimination of BLV in cattle, interception of its transmission from cattle to humans, or vaccination of humans.


Final Report (1997)
The purpose of the research proposed here is to determine whether 1) humans can become infected with bovine leukemia virus; 2) such an infection occurs through consumption of foodstuffs from infected cows; 3) infection with BLV could lead to developing breast cancer. This relates to BCRP Cycle II priorities of etiology and prevention. It is well established that breast cancer in the mouse is caused by a mammary tumor virus, which is passed from mother to nursing babies via the milk. Mouse breast cancer is proof that a naturally occurring cancer can be caused by a virus swallowed in a food source. Attempts to find an analogous virus in human milk passed from mother to baby have not been conclusive. Since humans drink more cows’ milk than they do human milk perhaps cows would be a more promising place to search for a milk-transmitted. agent of human breast cancer. Bovine leukemia virus (BLV) is a cancer-causing virus of cattle, which can be passed from mother cow to calf via the milk. BLV commonly infects dairy and beef cattle and is found in the marketed milk and meat of these animals. Most infected cattle do not actually develop leukemia, but remain healthy and are not removed from the herd. Consumption of unpasteurized dairy projects or undercooked beef could possibly allow transmission of infectious virus to humans. We recently discovered that BLV might infect the breast cells of cows and cause these cells to behave more like cancer cells. This indicates that the tissue preference of this "leukemia" virus is not limited to blood cells.

This research has addressed the first aspect of the overall proposal, whether humans can become infected with BLV. Human breast tissues removed during surgery, breast tissue sections received from a pathologist, and cells from milk and blood were searched for evidence of different components of BLV using cellular and molecular techniques (immunocytochemistry, PCR, and in situ hybridization). Human blood was tested for antibodies to BLV. We detected evidence of BLV DNA in blood cells from 9 of 22 human volunteers and in surgically removed breast tissues from 10 of 23 patients. We found evidence of BLV proteins in breast tissues from 8 of 26 patients. Antibodies to BLV were found in the serum of over half of the 100 human volunteers tested. These preliminary results suggest that humans may be infected with BLV. If subsequent studies confirm this and BLV is eventually shown to play a role in the development of breast cancer, prevention would be relatively simple: 1) by elimination of BLV in cattle (vaccination, isolation, or extermination); 2) by interception of transmission from cattle to humans (education to thoroughly cook beef and not consume raw milk products); or by 3) vaccination of humans.
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