From: brightwinger on
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.

From: The One True Zhen Jue on
On Aug 19, 8:34 pm, brightwinger <awthraw...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> There are new images up demonstrating more amazing results achieved by
> Dr. Emanuel Revici.
>
> http://snipurl.com/cancerbeforeandafter

Ohhhh......Ahhhhh! 60 year old scans of pictures of x-rays without
the necessary medical context.
Congratulations on your multi-year quest to have those pics scanned,
though.

>
> 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.

Anything from THIS century?


>
> 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.

But, is anyone buying what you are selling?

From: Peter Moran on

"brightwinger" <awthrawthr(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 exmined in
the necessary detail?

PM



From: brightwinger on
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.

Dr. Kramer runs a clinical practice, working extremely long hours. 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



From: Peter Moran on

"brightwinger" <awthrawthr(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1187628399.184772.160310(a)w3g2000hsg.googlegroups.com...
> 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.
>
> Dr. Kramer runs a clinical practice, working extremely long hours. As
> a physician you are already aware that clinical practice and research
> are on two different tracks.

No, that is your made-up excuse for the despicable standards of ethical and
scientific practice that are spply to most cancer quackery.

And all I personally want to see, if my interest is to be triggered, is a
few contemporary, potentially verifiable patients cured of established
cancer. What about even one, to start with? There are none, are they?
Otherwise you would have produced them by now..

Peter Moran


>
> 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
>
>
>