Research and Special Reports

The Thermobaric Etiology, Treatment and Prevention of CANCER   $60 <

Every person, even a two month old infant, creates cancer cells In normal physiological functioning, these cells live out their lives and die or they are harvested by macrophages and are thereby removed from the system. With the growth of tumors and other malignancies, something else happens. In this Special Report, Joan McKenna discuses her profound insight into the cause of abnormal growths and her thirty years of research on mice, dogs, horses and human beings with a wide variety of diagnosed malignancies and one common denominator for the cause.

Hereditary Anemias :

A Genetic and Non-Genetic Adaption to Environmental Factors                 $60

Genetic configurations for Thalassemia and Sickle Cell anemia can vary significantly. Populations with identical genetic configurations may prove 1% to 98% fatal, based on location. In this Special Report, Joan McKenna describes her investigation of the hereditary anemias and proposes a model for normalizing red blood cells and eliminating the childhood traumas and pathophysiology of hereditary anemias.



The Epigenomic Field:  A Genetic Correction                                               $60

Anomalies identify the inaccuracies of any theory. In the general theory of DNA and RNA control over cell expression, there are a variety of anomalies that tell us our knowledge is less than precise:

 * cells change despite intact DNA and RNA sequences (1)

* in laboratory incubation of more than a few replications result in alteration      of cell expression. Most notoriously, tumor cells lose their identities and become undifferentiated HeLa cells when removed from the host resulting in a lack of in vitro cancer cell lines (2)

* cells that are dyed or are found in tattoos continue to include the dyes in the off-spring cells and maintain the tattoo indicating that chemical correction to original chemistry is not fully regulated by the DNA/RNA (3)

More anomalies and the common factor that calls for a correction to Genetic theory or the recognition of an epigenomic field.    Order now.

Self Assessment for Risk of Syphilis                         $20

Syphilis has been called "the great imitator" because it can cause presentations mimicking almost any other disease. As an inflammatory agent, it creates symptoms of bone and tissue degeneration, alteration of normal metabolic functioning, dermatological, neurological and gastrointestinal presentations. It can create dementia. Its progression through the body and into advanced stages can be accelerated by various drugs.

Most physicians have had less than three hours of study of syphilis in all of its stages. Most physicians believe that one or two courses of penicillin will eliminate syphilis and that the serological and confirmatory tests for syphilis are reliable.

During the 1930s and 1940s, physicians knew that 90% of disease presentations were syphilitic in origin. The Self Assessment for Risk of Syphilis enables each person to determine if they need a more thorough, deeper, more complete evaluation from their physician.

Joan McKenna was the first researcher to link a history of syphilis to the development of AIDS. Anomalies in serological markers and the emergence of false negative serological and confirmatory tests led to the development of the assessment for risk.

Comprehensive Medical and Personal History                                 $50

Effective diagnosis and appropriate interpretation of signs and symptoms of disease requires a Comprehensive Medical and Personal History (CMPH).

Unlike short forms that presume no life style, genetic, industrial or environmental factors may be involved in disease presentation or symptom distortion, the CMPH provides the full scope of information about historical and current behavioral, chemical and genetic factors that enables in-depth diagnostic investigations.