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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Any Possible Hope 

Digging a little more into Coretta Scott King, I can't really find fault in the way she died. I knew a co-worker with a sick wife who ended up going to Mexico for laetrile treatment or some such. The treatment was unsuccessful.

Anyway, if you don't know what I'm talking about, here's the story:

ROSARITO BEACH, Mexico - The Mexican clinic where Coretta Scott King died Tuesday is known for providing alternative treatments to patients with incurable diseases.

King, 78, suffered a serious stroke and heart attack last year. It was not known what kind of treatment she had sought at the Santa Monica Institute in the beach resort of Rosarito, 16 miles south of San Diego.

Family members and clinic employees would not release any information about her treatment....

Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter's House church in Dallas, who said he helped King get to Mexico, said he did not know what kind of treatment she sought. But he said he was not surprised that the "very health-conscious" King "would explore every possible way."

The Santa Monica Health Institute says on its Web site that it uses an eclectic approach to diseases that are often believed to be incurable. While most of the patients have cancer, the clinic says it also treats cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hepatitis C, arthritis, multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases.

However, none of the testimonials mention the treatment of cardiovascular disease or strokes. So what is the treatment?

Attention to proper food selection, pure water to drink and bathe in, pure air, adequate exercise and a loving, relaxed spirit are all part of the wholistic health experience. An amazing number of our patients had no idea that the food they ate or the air they breathed or the water they drank or even their attitude and stress level could have been a factor in their disease.

Wholistic medicine differs from allopathic medicine in that we look at the "whole patient," not just the disease process. The objective is to eliminate the cause of the disease itself, rather than just the symptoms. Conventional medicine and allopathic physicians are symptom-oriented. Their thinking is - first reverse the symptoms and hopefully the disease will go away.

At Hospital Santa Monica, our wholistic treatment programs are designed to first inhibit the progression of the disease and then to enhance and stimulate the patient's immune system - to mitigate the damage done and return the body to optimum health.

This objective is achieved through detoxification of the body, a rigorous course of immune enhancing and rebuilding therapies and as many as 17 disease-specific treatment protocols to assist the body in fighting back against the disease process.

All the therapies employed at Hospital Santa Monica have been selected and are coordinated by Dr. Donsbach, a 45 year veteran in the wholistic healing professions. His travels as a lecturer, author and consultant have given him the opportunity to investigate many different therapies and evaluate their results and he is constantly adding new exciting protocols.

From the Ontario Empoblog (Latest OVVA news here)

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