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Read the latest...thanks, bro. Stephen Strasburg should make the All-Star NL Team
Unlike San Jose Shark boy, with his stick and dixie cup and proud ways. The downed horns only show up on a few profiles. Count me as #10.
do you agree? : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/335931-the-joke-is-on-nfl-fans-this-sunday
Thanks very much for reading my profile and expressing your support for me, Will. But you've got what I wrote mixed up. I actually had two "fatal" diseases, heart failure and coronary heart disease. The difference between the two is that coronary heart disease is the passageways, (sometimes called hardening of the arteries) while heart failure is the heart itself. The coronary disease probably caused the heart failure. It is the coronary disease I defeated. I managed to find a natural remedy that dissolved the heart plaque, and convert it into urine. Very few people know about it unfortunately thanks to the governments in both Canada and the US, so many people either needlessly die or get unnecessary operations like bypasses or stents. To alert people, I published a story on this blog called The End Of A Killer In The Sports World. It's in my archives and it gives all the specific details about how I beat the disease, how the cure works, and how the public is being deceived by government agencies like Health Canada, the FDA, every heart association in North America, and doctors in general. Please read it to get more details if you are interested and then do some digging on the Internet for yourself to get more information and find out how other people who have taken these remedies have managed to prevent getting either a heart attack or a stroke. There is information about these remedies on YouTube as well. Type in the word chelation.
I'm still struggling with heart failure. It is measured by what is called the ejection rate and a normal rate in humans is between 50-60%. My heart has been damaged so it is only in the 30% range. Though people with heart failure usually only have a few years to live, doctors have been able to prolong their lives a lot longer than before. Officially, the only "cure" for heart failure is a transplant. However, last year in Boston, doctors conducting experiments first on rats and then on pigs, have managed to regenerate "dead" heart tissue. It seems two proteins are involved. Other experiments have been done with stem cells, and putting a mesh over the heart. So new techniques are being developed. I would like to volunteer for clinical trial for the protein experiments. They seem the most promising. But the failure to both test and recognize the natural remedy I took as a cure also hurts the development of a cure for heart failure. Because heart attacks and strokes are more common killers, money is being spent to find a "cure" for them, when several cures already exist. The money being spent could be diverted to finding a cure for heart failure. But there have been some steps forward. Again, I really appreciate your concern for me. And if any of your friends or relatives are in the tight spot I was in, and are faced with either death or open heart surgery, tell them that there are alternatives on the Internet. You could save a life.
Thanks for signing up as a fan, Will!
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Another ALMOST All-Time Team is up.
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I had no idea you were new to the site. Believe it or not, I am the Community Leader for the Steelers. I like to welcome all of the new writers, but had no idea you joined the Steelers community.
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