As indicated by many cancer miracles, cancer survivors have to find and use options out of medicine. To do that, one must critically evaluate cancer treatments. The book deeply examines the entire cancer research history, treatments development history, leading cancer theories, and the latest performance data, they naturally reached an irrefutable verdict on the total failure of medical treatments. To understand the failure of medicine, the authors deeply dive into the legal framework of medicine, discover how the legal framework has precluded tens of thousands of potential options. To win a cancer battle in a predictable way, one must understand why medicine has failed to find cure and whether it can find cures. By deeply exploring four lines of medical studies, the authors found, based on irrefutable evidence, that the killer factors other than the cancer burden for patients are four factors that are always associated with cancer care in medicine. In other words, medicine is responsible for creating cancer panic and shortening patient lives in a super majority of cases. They cited massive studies to support this finding. They also extensively discussed real adverse effects of early diagnosis, over-diagnosis, and excessive treatments that are often demanded by patients and offered by medicine.
After rejecting the medical treatments, the authors first proposed three most important concepts: the cancer proliferation speed, cancer cell number (cancer burden) and a multiple factors approach for curing cancer. By examining a number of cancer miracles, they showed that the cancer is not a terminal disease. After pointing out the clear flaws in current cancer theories, they proposed two-way optimization methods for curing cancer. This approach enables patients to consider any of a large number of options in the tens of thousands. Cancer can be cured in many different ways or combinations if patients understand those concepts and avoid making mistakes that can quickly ruin chance of success. This is an approach that addresses the root causes of cancer in consistent with evolution. By using this most power approach, the authors deeply examine the extraordinary benefits of doing special exercises which were once widely used in multiple medical systems in ancient times.
The failure of medical treatments has been discussed by many critical experts and is a hot topic in the internet, this book reaches the same conclusion. To understand the root causes of the failure, the authors examined all important components of the medical model. They found that the medical model was defined by a legal framework which only recognizes dualism (ignoring mind), reductionism (stressing any part of the body) and population-based trials (which introduce massive errors). This legal framework is reflected in various federal laws and state laws, and must be obeyed by all cancer researchers and treatment doctors. The medical model, which does not reflect real human body, automatically introduces many fatal flaws, bias, and massive inaccuracies that will find their ways to every study attempted to find cancer treatments. Since the legal framework is fixed, science is only to select those few options recognized by the legal framework. Since the legal framework is wrong, medicine can only repeat perpetual cycles of making a promise and delivering a useless treatment. While surgeries, chemotherapy and radiotherapy have failed patients for many decades to more than a century, medicine still uses it as standard of care. To survive, patients must critically challenge the legal framework in light of the total failure in more than 100 years.
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Jianqing Wu, Ph.D. and J.D.
Jianqing Wu, Ph.D., J.D. is a scientist, registered patent attorney and prolific inventor named in 10 U.S. patents and many U.S. patent applications. He was born in a medicinal family in China and was exposed to medicine since childhood. He earned B.S. in China, M.S. and Ph.D. from N.C. State, and J.D. from University of Maryland. He did postdoctoral research in Medicinal Chemistry at University of Illinois at Chicago and the National Institutes of Health. In his science career, he acquired strong knowledge of characterizing complex systems.
He started exploring Qigong in 1980, and since then has used Qigong in lieu of prescription medicines. He collected Qigong research publications extensively and evaluated many of them. He has used, tried, tested, developed, and created healing methods for managing cold, flu, wound, sleep problems, stress, blood pressure, etc. After gaining the ability to circulate Qi in 2001, he started using MIND to tackle health problems (except for emergence trauma). He experienced wonder in reversing decades-old arthritics, stubborn pain, scaring and abnormal tissues. With help of Dr. Ping Zha, he developed a complete body of disease theories revolving the role of mind and is developing more theories for wonder cures such as Qigong.
In his long invention career, he developed independent thinking ability that is necessary to challenge establishment. Although his purpose of invention work was to find productivity bottleneck, his work led to discovering the flaws of obsolete common law concepts and exploring the failure of medicine. With help of Dr. Ping Zha, he found and proved the flaws in the foundation of modern medicine, overthrown the 200-year “INCURABLE” concept, and established Health Optimization Engineering for achieving personal health.
His first book discloses a novel detailed methodology for curing heart diseases and eliminating stroke risk. A long list of books will include methodologies for curing cancer, arthritics, latent product injuries, tinnitus, and stress.
Dr. Zha was born in a famous Chinese Medicine family. Her great-grandfather, Zha Wenfang, was a famous doctor practicing Chinese Medicine in Tianjin City, China in the early twentieth century. He was known by a nickname, Zha Bakuai, meaning eight silver dollars he charged for a visit (which would be enough to cover living expense for a poor family for half a year). He passed the art to grandson, Zha Jipu, who later became a famous doctor in Anqing City, Anhui Province. Dr. Zha was adopted by Zha Jipu as his daughter and leaned family medicine from his father.
Dr. Zha got formal training in Chinese Medicine for seven years. She earned M.S. degree in Chinese Medicine. Dr. Zha also was a student of Professor Yiping Chen, a renowned expert in kidney disease, and copied medical prescriptions and learned from leading Chinese Medicine experts including Songnian Xu, Zhongyi Hu, and Letao Wang. She had a deep understanding of Chinese Medicine literature especially the four Master Pieces.
She practiced Chinese Medicine as a chief doctor in China for more than 10 years. She published many articles in various Chinese Medicine Journals. She won excellent thesis awards in the second place and third place from Anqing City, Anhui Province, China. She has a broad range of knowledge of modern hospitals and medical practices. Dr. Zha is an acupuncturist. Her background in Chinese Medicine is essential to assisting Dr. Wu in developing ground work in Health Optimization Engineering.