From: Jan Drew on

"Mark Probert" <markprobert(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote in message
news:Ve7Ai.1354$0_2.1142(a)trndny07...
> brightwinger wrote:
>> On Aug 24, 11:21 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com>
>> wrote:
>>> brightwinger wrote:
>>>> On Aug 23, 10:28 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>> brightwinger wrote:
>>>>>> On Aug 20, 7:08 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>> On Aug 20, 12:46 pm, brightwinger <awthraw...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Aug 20, 3:02 am, "Peter Moran" <pmoranATinternode.on.net> wrote:
>>>>>>>>> "brightwinger" <awthraw...(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>>>>>>>> news:1187570092.415260.160670(a)r34g2000hsd.googlegroups.com...
>>>>>>>>>> There are new images up demonstrating more amazing results
>>>>>>>>>> achieved by
>>>>>>>>>> Dr. Emanuel Revici.
>>>>>>>>>> http://snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
>>>>>>>>>> I hope to get more images downloaded with the help of a friend in
>>>>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>>>>> next week or so. Those images have two set of x-rays of two
>>>>>>>>>> different
>>>>>>>>>> patients with multiple osteolytic lesions on the skull that are
>>>>>>>>>> treated with favorable results.
>>>>>>>>>> The traffic is increasing daily. With the new programs that I'm
>>>>>>>>>> just
>>>>>>>>>> starting to use, those images could be viewed by millions of
>>>>>>>>>> interested parties in the next year or two.
>>>>>>>>> And then what? Who does anyone see if they decided to pursue this
>>>>>>>>> treatment? Why cannot those persons produce cases that can be
>>>>>>>>> examined in
>>>>>>>>> the necessary detail?
>>>>>>>> People with cancer or in their families are more motivated than you
>>>>>>>> might be. They'll find Dr. Radu Kramer's Manhattan office if that
>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>> their choice, just like they found the website.
>>>>>>> If they find his office in New York, then THAT would be a miracle.
>>>>>>>> Dr. Kramer runs a clinical practice, working extremely long hours.
>>>>>>> How long are they? His website is silent on that. And, how would you
>>>>>>> know?
>>>>>> Just last week he told me he had worked until midnight the night
>>>>>> before and that unfortunately it was happening more than he would
>>>>>> like.
>>>>> Did he tell you that from his NY office?
>>>> It was in the evening, and I called him on his cell phone, so I don't
>>>> know where he was at the time. He has two offices: one for the Revici
>>>> work and another that pays the bills.
>>> But none in NY....
>>
>> Wrong. I'm not sure how you get a 5 star rating for being completely
>> wrong, but it does seem to be a regular occurrence around these parts.
>
> Oh, I am not so sure of that...I find doctors in my business....
>
> Kramer's AIM center is located at One Sears Drive, Paramus, NJ. I happen
> to be familiar with this area, and this is quite upscale. Hardly that of
> some poor altruistic alternative medicine practitioner.
>
> As for a NY location...non-existent. I conducted several searches,
> including phone data bases, MANTA, etc. and found nothing. The AMA lists
> him in NJ. Google and Yahoo only find him in NJ. Granted that he has an
> active NY license. However, there is NO indication whatsoever, that he has
> a NY office.

Little wonder you were disbarred. DTABOR's.

http://www.whale.to/cancer/revici.htm

The Revici Life Science Centre Inc, 200 West 57th St, Suite 1205, New York,
NY 10019. Tel: 212 246 5122 (Kenneth Korins, M.D.) www.kkorinsmd.net

http://www.whale.to/cancer/doctors.html

Kenneth Korins MD, The Revici Life Science Centre Inc (Revici therapy), 200
West 57th St, Suite 1205, New York, NY 10019. Tel: 212 246 5122
www.kkorinsmd.net http://www.ralphmoss.com/revici.html
http://arxc.com/chapter1/manwho.htm

http://www.heall.com/body/resource/organizations/cancer.html

Emanuel Revici, M.D.,
The Revici Life Science Centre Inc.
200 West 57th St, Suite 402,
New York, NY 10019.
Tel: 212 246 5122 (Kenneth Korins, M.D.)


>
> You may recall that I previously proved that he does not have a NY office
> around a year or so ago.
>
> Do not merely disagree, post an address, phone number, etc. I can readily
> check it out. e
> BTW, the reason he does not accept insurance, Medicaid and Medicare is not
> as you claimed. If he did, his billing would undergo scrutiny by people
> who look for unorthodox treatment and that would call attention to his
> activities. Furthermore, his treatments would not be covered. Your spin
> was funny.
>
>
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>>> http://snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
>>>>>>> As
>>>>>>>> a physician you are already aware that clinical practice and
>>>>>>>> research
>>>>>>>> are on two different tracks.
>>>>>>>> Persuading you is a trivial goal. Exposing millions on interested
>>>>>>>> people to the visual evidence is far more important.
>>>>>>>> Someday Kramer might put forth some additional cases. Meanwhile,
>>>>>>>> anyone with decent vision can see with their own eyes the
>>>>>>>> astounding
>>>>>>>> results that have been achieved.
>>>>>>>> Some of that evidence can be seen here:
>>>>>>>> http://snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter-Hidequotedtext -
>>>>>>>> - Show quoted text -
>>
From: Mark Probert on

wrote:
>
> "Mark Probert" <markprobert(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote in message
> news:Ve7Ai.1354$0_2.1142(a)trndny07...
>> brightwinger wrote:
>>> On Aug 24, 11:21 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> brightwinger wrote:
>>>>> On Aug 23, 10:28 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> brightwinger wrote:
>>>>>>> On Aug 20, 7:08 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Aug 20, 12:46 pm, brightwinger <awthraw...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>> On Aug 20, 3:02 am, "Peter Moran" <pmoranATinternode.on.net>
>>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> "brightwinger" <awthraw...(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>>>>>>>>> news:1187570092.415260.160670(a)r34g2000hsd.googlegroups.com...
>>>>>>>>>>> There are new images up demonstrating more amazing results
>>>>>>>>>>> achieved by
>>>>>>>>>>> Dr. Emanuel Revici.
>>>>>>>>>>> http://snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
>>>>>>>>>>> I hope to get more images downloaded with the help of a
>>>>>>>>>>> friend in the
>>>>>>>>>>> next week or so. Those images have two set of x-rays of two
>>>>>>>>>>> different
>>>>>>>>>>> patients with multiple osteolytic lesions on the skull that are
>>>>>>>>>>> treated with favorable results.
>>>>>>>>>>> The traffic is increasing daily. With the new programs that
>>>>>>>>>>> I'm just
>>>>>>>>>>> starting to use, those images could be viewed by millions of
>>>>>>>>>>> interested parties in the next year or two.
>>>>>>>>>> And then what? Who does anyone see if they decided to pursue this
>>>>>>>>>> treatment? Why cannot those persons produce cases that can be
>>>>>>>>>> examined in
>>>>>>>>>> the necessary detail?
>>>>>>>>> People with cancer or in their families are more motivated than
>>>>>>>>> you
>>>>>>>>> might be. They'll find Dr. Radu Kramer's Manhattan office if
>>>>>>>>> that is
>>>>>>>>> their choice, just like they found the website.
>>>>>>>> If they find his office in New York, then THAT would be a miracle.
>>>>>>>>> Dr. Kramer runs a clinical practice, working extremely long hours.
>>>>>>>> How long are they? His website is silent on that. And, how would
>>>>>>>> you
>>>>>>>> know?
>>>>>>> Just last week he told me he had worked until midnight the night
>>>>>>> before and that unfortunately it was happening more than he would
>>>>>>> like.
>>>>>> Did he tell you that from his NY office?
>>>>> It was in the evening, and I called him on his cell phone, so I don't
>>>>> know where he was at the time. He has two offices: one for the Revici
>>>>> work and another that pays the bills.
>>>> But none in NY....
>>>
>>> Wrong. I'm not sure how you get a 5 star rating for being completely
>>> wrong, but it does seem to be a regular occurrence around these parts.
>>
>> Oh, I am not so sure of that...I find doctors in my business....
>>
>> Kramer's AIM center is located at One Sears Drive, Paramus, NJ. I
>> happen to be familiar with this area, and this is quite upscale.
>> Hardly that of some poor altruistic alternative medicine practitioner.
>>
>> As for a NY location...non-existent. I conducted several searches,
>> including phone data bases, MANTA, etc. and found nothing. The AMA
>> lists him in NJ. Google and Yahoo only find him in NJ. Granted that
>> he has an active NY license. However, there is NO indication
>> whatsoever, that he has a NY office.
>
> Little wonder you were disbarred. DTABOR's.
>
> http://www.whale.to/cancer/revici.htm
>
> The Revici Life Science Centre Inc, 200 West 57th St, Suite 1205, New
> York, NY 10019. Tel: 212 246 5122 (Kenneth Korins, M.D.) www.kkorinsmd.net

Alas, poor Dr. Korins is no longer with us...hasn't been since...

Name : KORINS KENNETH SCOT
Address :
Profession : MEDICINE
License No: 199282
Date of Licensure : 05/10/95
Additional Qualification :
Status : DECEASED 09/29/01
Registered through last day of :
Medical School: SUNY UPSTATE MED CTR Degree Date : 05/16/1993

http://www.nysed.gov/coms/op001/opscr2?profcd=60&plicno=199282

The phone number is disconnected, no longer in service.

The website is defunct.

The NY State Department of State lists the Revici Life Sciences Center at

REVICI LIFE SCIENCE CENTER, INC.
67-07 YELLOWSTONE BOULEVARD
FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK, 11375

There is no phone listing for anyone at this address.

Reverse Search By Address (people and businesses):
at '67-07 Yellowstone Blvd' in 'Forest Hills, NY'
0 found

I did this investigation back on February 6, and at that time I posted
that every Revici corporation listed by the Secretary of State in NY no
longer conducts business in NY.

Relying on whale info is never a good idea.

> http://www.whale.to/cancer/doctors.html
>
> Kenneth Korins MD, The Revici Life Science Centre Inc (Revici therapy),
> 200 West 57th St, Suite 1205, New York, NY 10019. Tel: 212 246 5122
> www.kkorinsmd.net http://www.ralphmoss.com/revici.html
> http://arxc.com/chapter1/manwho.htm
>
> http://www.heall.com/body/resource/organizations/cancer.html
>
> Emanuel Revici, M.D.,
> The Revici Life Science Centre Inc.
> 200 West 57th St, Suite 402,
> New York, NY 10019.
> Tel: 212 246 5122 (Kenneth Korins, M.D.)
>
>
>>
>> You may recall that I previously proved that he does not have a NY
>> office around a year or so ago.
>>
>> Do not merely disagree, post an address, phone number, etc. I can
>> readily check it out. e
>> BTW, the reason he does not accept insurance, Medicaid and Medicare is
>> not as you claimed. If he did, his billing would undergo scrutiny by
>> people who look for unorthodox treatment and that would call attention
>> to his activities. Furthermore, his treatments would not be covered.
>> Your spin was funny.
>>
>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>>> http://snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
>>>>>>>> As
>>>>>>>>> a physician you are already aware that clinical practice and
>>>>>>>>> research
>>>>>>>>> are on two different tracks.
>>>>>>>>> Persuading you is a trivial goal. Exposing millions on interested
>>>>>>>>> people to the visual evidence is far more important.
>>>>>>>>> Someday Kramer might put forth some additional cases. Meanwhile,
>>>>>>>>> anyone with decent vision can see with their own eyes the
>>>>>>>>> astounding
>>>>>>>>> results that have been achieved.
>>>>>>>>> Some of that evidence can be seen here:
>>>>>>>>> http://snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter-Hidequotedtext -
>>>>>>>>> - Show quoted text -
>>>
From: brightwinger on
[snipped for space]

> > It's a distinction without a difference. Well, that's not quite true.
> > The big difference is that you have a record of being a money grubber,
> > which got you disbarred. Just because your record is shameful, it
> > doesn't mean everyone else is like you.
>
> Like I told you back in February, I do not respond the claptrap of
> people who stalk and harass me. I have a UDP in place and will not
> violate it.

What is a UDP? Usenet Death Penalty?

No one is stalking you...but you wish to stalk Dr. Kramer. I won't
help you in that endeavor.

> Take your cheap shots, I can handle it. Obviously you cannot.

It's not a cheapshot to point out how it's your past behavior that
colors your reckless accusations.

> >> But
>
> >>> when you are asked about your own generosity prior to your being
> >>> disbarred from the legal profession for defying a court by failing to
> >>> produce records regarding handling your clients' money, all of a
> >>> sudden it's a distraction. "Money grubber" - Indeed!
> >> I guess you do not know the difference....Kramer has an office in a`
> >> very upscale area of New Jersey...no cheap office rents there. He may
> >> very well accept insurance for his IM/Nephrology practice. I do agree
> >> that he does not accept insurance for his altie treatments, simply
> >> because they would not be covered.Yes, I am assuming that he is smart
> >> enough not to falsify insurance claims and that he does not do it for
> >> free. There is no reason why he would.
>
> > If he gets paid, at the NY office, it's not much comparatively
> > speaking.
>
> I ahve asked, and you have not answered, where is his NY office?

How clear can I make it for you! I will not assist you...a man whose
unethical past does not inspire confidence... in your latest crackpot
investigation.

> >> As for his NY office, it was in conjunction with a Dr Korins, who died
> >> under mysterious circumstances when he was in his early 30's. He left
> >> several malpractice claims behind.
>
> > Dr. Korins had a congenital heart problem. He always looked pale and
> > fragile. In retrospect, it might have been his poor circulation. He
> > might have been in his late thirties or even 40. Not sure.
>
> I am.Why do I know more about your heroes than you do? Because I look
> them up.

Did I write a book about Dr. Korins?? Did he discover a method to cure
advanced cancers?? I'd met him a couple times and he came across as a
sincere, pleasant young doctor who looked like he was 17 years old. No
I didn't ask him how old he was. I'm sure he got that question asked
of him many times because he looked so young.

> >>>> Where are the legions of those who he cured? Why are they not singing
> >>>> his praises? Why have they not sainted him?
> >>>>> Thus your quickdraw attack of being a money grubber is unfounded and
> >>>>> reckless.
> >>>> Hardly, We only have your word and you are clearly his sycophant.
>
> > http:snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
>
> Yawn...I asked for L E G I O N S. I presume you know what that means?

No I don't, and quite frankly, I don't care about some acronym that
you might think to be important.

>
> >>>>> Kramer has a separate internal medicine, nephrology practice that he
> >>>>> runs which I would guess does accept insurance. Which types I don't
> >>>>> know.
> >>>> Where are the two offices? I could only find one.
> >>> That's par for the course - you apparently couldn't 'find' those
> >>> records either.
> >> Not so. I found, the last time we went down this path, that the office
> >> in NYC was closed. Shut tight. Gone.
>
> > Moved is different from closed.
>
> Moved where? To New Jersey?
>
> YOU claimed he had a NY office. I showed you in February and today, that
> he does not.

You couldn't find the office...YAWN...you still can't find the
office...YAWN.

>
> Why not? Because Revici lost his license in NY, and why take chances of
> following down that path.

Your comment makes no sense since the office is in NY.

http:snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter


From: Mark Probert on
brightwinger wrote:
> [snipped for space]
>
>>> It's a distinction without a difference. Well, that's not quite true.
>>> The big difference is that you have a record of being a money grubber,
>>> which got you disbarred. Just because your record is shameful, it
>>> doesn't mean everyone else is like you.
>> Like I told you back in February, I do not respond the claptrap of
>> people who stalk and harass me. I have a UDP in place and will not
>> violate it.
>
> What is a UDP? Usenet Death Penalty?
>
> No one is stalking you...

Are you really that stupid? Personal information, including a
residential address, phone number, etc., that people believe pertains to
me, is being posted. If that is not stalking, then you are Einstein.
Note that you are not Einstein.

but you wish to stalk Dr. Kramer. I won't
> help you in that endeavor.

I have no intent of stalking anyone.our paranoid delusion notwithstanding.

>> Take your cheap shots, I can handle it. Obviously you cannot.
>
> It's not a cheapshot to point out how it's your past behavior that
> colors your reckless accusations.

It is a cheap shot when I tell you that I will not respond to that cheap
shot, as I have responded more times than necessary.

>>>> But
>>>>> when you are asked about your own generosity prior to your being
>>>>> disbarred from the legal profession for defying a court by failing to
>>>>> produce records regarding handling your clients' money, all of a
>>>>> sudden it's a distraction. "Money grubber" - Indeed!
>>>> I guess you do not know the difference....Kramer has an office in a`
>>>> very upscale area of New Jersey...no cheap office rents there. He may
>>>> very well accept insurance for his IM/Nephrology practice. I do agree
>>>> that he does not accept insurance for his altie treatments, simply
>>>> because they would not be covered.Yes, I am assuming that he is smart
>>>> enough not to falsify insurance claims and that he does not do it for
>>>> free. There is no reason why he would.
>>> If he gets paid, at the NY office, it's not much comparatively
>>> speaking.
>> I ahve asked, and you have not answered, where is his NY office?
>
> How clear can I make it for you! I will not assist you...a man whose
> unethical past does not inspire confidence... in your latest crackpot
> investigation.

I challenged your claim.

>>>> As for his NY office, it was in conjunction with a Dr Korins, who died
>>>> under mysterious circumstances when he was in his early 30's. He left
>>>> several malpractice claims behind.
>>> Dr. Korins had a congenital heart problem. He always looked pale and
>>> fragile. In retrospect, it might have been his poor circulation. He
>>> might have been in his late thirties or even 40. Not sure.
>> I am.Why do I know more about your heroes than you do? Because I look
>> them up.
>
> Did I write a book about Dr. Korins??

Meaningless.

Did he discover a method to cure
> advanced cancers?? I'd met him a couple times and he came across as a
> sincere, pleasant young doctor who looked like he was 17 years old. No
> I didn't ask him how old he was. I'm sure he got that question asked
> of him many times because he looked so young.

Irrelevant.

>
>>>>>> Where are the legions of those who he cured? Why are they not singing
>>>>>> his praises? Why have they not sainted him?
>>>>>>> Thus your quickdraw attack of being a money grubber is unfounded and
>>>>>>> reckless.
>>>>>> Hardly, We only have your word and you are clearly his sycophant.
>>> http:snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
>> Yawn...I asked for L E G I O N S. I presume you know what that means?
>
> No I don't, and quite frankly, I don't care about some acronym that
> you might think to be important.

Now your not being Einstein is showing. It is not an acronym. The word
is "legions" as defined:

e�gion audio (ljn) KEY

NOUN:

1. The major unit of the Roman army consisting of 3,000 to 6,000
infantry troops and 100 to 200 cavalry troops.
2. A large military unit trained for combat; an army.
3. A large number; a multitude. See Synonyms at multitude.
4. often Legion A national organization of former members of the
armed forces.

I was using the word in accordance with #3.

So, just to keep it simple, non-Einstein, where are the "large number"
of people who have been cured? Revici practiced for decades...where are
these people he saved???

>>>>>>> Kramer has a separate internal medicine, nephrology practice that he
>>>>>>> runs which I would guess does accept insurance. Which types I don't
>>>>>>> know.
>>>>>> Where are the two offices? I could only find one.
>>>>> That's par for the course - you apparently couldn't 'find' those
>>>>> records either.
>>>> Not so. I found, the last time we went down this path, that the office
>>>> in NYC was closed. Shut tight. Gone.
>>> Moved is different from closed.
>> Moved where? To New Jersey?
>>
>> YOU claimed he had a NY office. I showed you in February and today, that
>> he does not.
>
> You couldn't find the office...YAWN...you still can't find the
> office...YAWN.

What I found is the Revici Center in Queens. It is NOT his office. The
women who answer the phone are quite cagey in their statements, as if
they are hiding something. Dr. Kramer does not even have regular office
hours.

>
>> Why not? Because Revici lost his license in NY, and why take chances of
>> following down that path.
>
> Your comment makes no sense since the office is in NY.

Yes, but under the radar, since they do not accept any government
supported insurance or any insurance for that matter. Great way of
avoiding scrutiny.

> http:snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
>
>
From: brightwinger on
On Aug 28, 11:38 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com>
wrote:
> brightwinger wrote:
> > [snipped for space]
>
> >>> It's a distinction without a difference. Well, that's not quite true.
> >>> The big difference is that you have a record of being a money grubber,
> >>> which got you disbarred. Just because your record is shameful, it
> >>> doesn't mean everyone else is like you.
> >> Like I told you back in February, I do not respond the claptrap of
> >> people who stalk and harass me. I have a UDP in place and will not
> >> violate it.
>
> > What is a UDP? Usenet Death Penalty?
>
> > No one is stalking you...
>
> Are you really that stupid? Personal information, including a
> residential address, phone number, etc., that people believe pertains to
> me, is being posted. If that is not stalking, then you are Einstein.
> Note that you are not Einstein.
>
> but you wish to stalk Dr. Kramer. I won't
>
> > help you in that endeavor.
>
> I have no intent of stalking anyone.our paranoid delusion notwithstanding.
>
> >> Take your cheap shots, I can handle it. Obviously you cannot.
>
> > It's not a cheapshot to point out how it's your past behavior that
> > colors your reckless accusations.
>
> It is a cheap shot when I tell you that I will not respond to that cheap
> shot, as I have responded more times than necessary.

A cheap shot is "do you still beat your wife?" But it's important for
people to know you've been disbarred from the practice of law due to
mishandling your client's money.

That's important information for people who wonder whether you should
be trusted or not. So it's the furthest thing from a cheap shot...it's
a vital historical piece of information...especially when you accuse
someone of being a money grubber without a scintilla of proof.

> >>>> But
> >>>>> when you are asked about your own generosity prior to your being
> >>>>> disbarred from the legal profession for defying a court by failing to
> >>>>> produce records regarding handling your clients' money, all of a
> >>>>> sudden it's a distraction. "Money grubber" - Indeed!
> >>>> I guess you do not know the difference....Kramer has an office in a`
> >>>> very upscale area of New Jersey...no cheap office rents there. He may
> >>>> very well accept insurance for his IM/Nephrology practice. I do agree
> >>>> that he does not accept insurance for his altie treatments, simply
> >>>> because they would not be covered.Yes, I am assuming that he is smart
> >>>> enough not to falsify insurance claims and that he does not do it for
> >>>> free. There is no reason why he would.
> >>> If he gets paid, at the NY office, it's not much comparatively
> >>> speaking.
> >> I ahve asked, and you have not answered, where is his NY office?
>
> > How clear can I make it for you! I will not assist you...a man whose
> > unethical past does not inspire confidence... in your latest crackpot
> > investigation.
>
> I challenged your claim.

Challenge all you want...the facts speak for themselves.

>
> >>>> As for his NY office, it was in conjunction with a Dr Korins, who died
> >>>> under mysterious circumstances when he was in his early 30's. He left
> >>>> several malpractice claims behind.
> >>> Dr. Korins had a congenital heart problem. He always looked pale and
> >>> fragile. In retrospect, it might have been his poor circulation. He
> >>> might have been in his late thirties or even 40. Not sure.
> >> I am.Why do I know more about your heroes than you do? Because I look
> >> them up.
>
> > Did I write a book about Dr. Korins??
>
> Meaningless.

You accused me of not knowing about my "heroes." I shouldn't have to
do this, as it ought to be clear to you that the deceased Korins and
Kramer aren't my heroes. As such it's not my job to keep up with what
they were/are doing.

>
> Did he discover a method to cure
>
> > advanced cancers?? I'd met him a couple times and he came across as a
> > sincere, pleasant young doctor who looked like he was 17 years old. No
> > I didn't ask him how old he was. I'm sure he got that question asked
> > of him many times because he looked so young.
>
> Irrelevant.
>
>
>
> >>>>>> Where are the legions of those who he cured? Why are they not singing
> >>>>>> his praises? Why have they not sainted him?
> >>>>>>> Thus your quickdraw attack of being a money grubber is unfounded and
> >>>>>>> reckless.
> >>>>>> Hardly, We only have your word and you are clearly his sycophant.
> >>> http:snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter
> >> Yawn...I asked for L E G I O N S. I presume you know what that means?
>
> > No I don't, and quite frankly, I don't care about some acronym that
> > you might think to be important.
>
> Now your not being Einstein is showing. It is not an acronym. The word
> is "legions" as defined:
>
> e·gion audio (ljn) KEY
>
> NOUN:
>
> 1. The major unit of the Roman army consisting of 3,000 to 6,000
> infantry troops and 100 to 200 cavalry troops.
> 2. A large military unit trained for combat; an army.
> 3. A large number; a multitude. See Synonyms at multitude.
> 4. often Legion A national organization of former members of the
> armed forces.
>
> I was using the word in accordance with #3.

Now you're off in la la land. And you're a poor writer and thinker.

There is not a physician in the United States who has two long term
cures of gliobastoma multiforme who uses the typical 'treatments' for
it. Or two advanced pancreatic cancers. Or two lung cancer patients
with mets to the bone.

But Revici did. When one doctor has all of that, yet no doctor has
even one of those categories of two cures, and the one who does used a
different approach, then duh!

>
> So, just to keep it simple, non-Einstein, where are the "large number"
> of people who have been cured? Revici practiced for decades...where are
> these people he saved???
>
>
>
> >>>>>>> Kramer has a separate internal medicine, nephrology practice that he
> >>>>>>> runs which I would guess does accept insurance. Which types I don't
> >>>>>>> know.
> >>>>>> Where are the two offices? I could only find one.
> >>>>> That's par for the course - you apparently couldn't 'find' those
> >>>>> records either.
> >>>> Not so. I found, the last time we went down this path, that the office
> >>>> in NYC was closed. Shut tight. Gone.
> >>> Moved is different from closed.
> >> Moved where? To New Jersey?
>
> >> YOU claimed he had a NY office. I showed you in February and today, that
> >> he does not.
>
> > You couldn't find the office...YAWN...you still can't find the
> > office...YAWN.
>
> What I found is the Revici Center in Queens. It is NOT his office. The
> women who answer the phone are quite cagey in their statements, as if
> they are hiding something. Dr. Kramer does not even have regular office
> hours.

As I noted last night in a message with your name on it, you are
correct. In the last three weeks, the office was closed down. The
person who answered the phone might be acting cagey because you're a
disbarred jerk.

http:snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter

> >> Why not? Because Revici lost his license in NY, and why take chances of
> >> following down that path.
>
> > Your comment makes no sense since the office is in NY.
>
> Yes, but under the radar, since they do not accept any government
> supported insurance or any insurance for that matter. Great way of
> avoiding scrutiny.
>
> > http:snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter