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André Gernez

André Gernez
André Gernez in 2010 at Palm Beach
Born (1923-01-25)25 January 1923
Avesnes-les-Aubert, France
Died 8 January 2014(2014-01-08) (aged 90)
Roubaix, France
Residence France
Nationality French
Institutions Organic Union International
Known for Cancer
Notable awards Hans Adalbert Schweigart from World Union for Protection of Life in 1979
Gold medal of Société d'Encouragement au Progrès in 2007
Experiments on Cancer are offialized by the National Cancer Institute[1]

André Gernez (25 January 1923 – 8 January 2014) was a French non-conventional physician.[2]

Gernez explained diseases such as cancer or neurodegenerations through a theory of mitosis and differentiation. He indeed considered that in a tissue, only limited populations of cells were able to divide. He even compares a tissue to a colony of bees, in which, only the Queen ensures reproduction, while most of the other bees are sterile workers.[3]

In 1979 his work have been awarded by the World Union for Protection of Life (an organization having 40 Nobel laureates among the 400 members of its board).

Contents

  • Hypothesis 1
  • Awards 2
  • Bibliography and films 3
  • Notes and references 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

Hypothesis

Gernez looks for volunteers to create a universal blood bank by immune adoption because:

  • Few months after birth, you can prevent group AB[4]
  • growth hormone regulation prevent actively against degenerative diseases[citation required].

As tumor cell colony of less than 100,000 cells remains indetectable for imagery, the yearly procedure proposed by Gernez for preventing cancer consists of three essential parts:

  1. apply a low calorie regime during a fasting period, as recommended by most religions ;
  2. eat more fruits, vegetables, less meat, consume products rich in magnesium, vitamins C, E, selenium ;
  3. kill tumor cells by giving for a few day an anti-mitotic, such as colchicine for instance.[5]
Three months after birth (3)

The process is simple, quick and free: one spray for immune adoption to use on children one to three months after birth. This technology would be practiced in the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada and in Asia with barefoot doctors.

He also created an association self-medication in 1989 with doctors Jacques Lacaze and Jean-Pierre Willem.

He died aged 90 in 2014.[2]

Awards

Bibliography and films

  • Prévention de la dégénérescence cancéreuse et artérielle, André Gernez, (available in 2009).
  • Le scandale du siècle, tome 1 & 2, DVD André Gernez with the collaboration of Jean-Pierre Willem, produced by Jean-Yves Bilien, 2007.
  • Les grands médicaments, Henri Pradal et André Gernez, éd. Edition du Seuil, Paris (France), 1975.
  • Néo-postulats biologiques et pathogéniques, André Gernez, éd. La vie Claire, Mandres-les-roses (France), 1975, first published October 1968, 122 pages.
  • Loi et règles de la cancérisation, André Gernez, éd. Verschave, Roubaix (France), 1970, 168 pages.
  • Le cancer, dynamique et éradication, André Gernez, December 1969, 162 pages.
  • La carcinogénèse, mécanisme et prévention (essai sur la dynamique des populations cellulaires), André Gernez, March 1969, 182 pages.

Notes and references

  1. ^ Jane E Brody, Worldwide Nutrient tests Raise Hopes of Preventing Cancer, Herald Tribune, 30 September 1987
  2. ^ a b Décès du docteur André Gernez - Egalite et Réconciliation (French)
  3. ^ « Carcinogenic mechanisms: Anticancer drugs that target tumor metabolism », Maurice Israël, Laurent Schwartz (trad. Daniel Rodet), Biomedical Research (ISSN 0970938X), nº volume 22 issue 2, April-june 2011, p. 143
  4. ^ At 25 January 2006, Radio Canada announced Hospital for Sick Children of Toronto transplanted hearts to babies aged from 0 to 14 months successfully ("10 years ago").
  5. ^ « Carcinogenic mechanisms: Anticancer drugs that target tumor metabolism », Maurice Israël, Laurent Schwartz (trad. Daniel Rodet), Biomedical Research (ISSN 0970938X), nº volume 22 issue 2, April-june 2011, p. 152
  6. ^ La Tribune du Progrès n°34, Hiver/Printemps 2009

See also

External links

  • French knol about Gernez
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