NIH’s New Radiation Policy

February 9, 2010
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Pulse of Health Freedom has previously reported on the dangers of medical radiation screenings. The esteemed educator and researcher Dr. womancatscanJohn Gofman has linked radiation from medical procedures to cancer and heart disease.
The Journal of the American College of Radiology has announced a policy-change at National Institutes of Health clinics. NIH will now require all makes of scanners that produce radiation to be equipped with software that can track a patient’s radiation dose and log it into an electronic medical record.
Radiation from medical procedures is stored by our DNA. Given that 70 million radiation-producing scans were performed on Americans in 2007 (compared with just 3 million in 1980), we urge all healthcare consumers to ask their radiologists to adjust the dosage of radiation to the smallest amount capable of achieving a readable scan. Consumers should also consider taking curcumin, beta glucan, ascorbic acid and other nutrients to protect their cells’ DNA from the cumulative effects of medical radiation.

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8 responses to “NIH’s New Radiation Policy”

  1. Jack R. Betterton says:

    Would the authorities please review how many deaths occured in the last 5 yrs. as a result from radiation and also those who didn’t need the treatments that were radiated anyway. In addition we need to be reminded that DNA could be removed from the body if we aren’t aware.

  2. rosemary schroeder says:

    It’s about time. I have no record of my radiation done on left breast for cancer back in 1991.
    Now I have the right breast to do soon and will request the above information. The treatment of breast cancer in this country is atrocious. We are crazy not to demand a cure instead of all this cancer-producing treatment. Doesn’t make sense.

    • Ann says:

      Google low dose naltrexone cancer. You will find it is curing terminal cancer patients. And mainstream doctors are using it (when they know about it.). It is non-toxic. You can read one M.D. who uses it here:

    • rosanne Archer says:

      there may be a cure look up Dr. Loraine Day, very informative
      Many Blessings!

    • Pete says:

      “The treatment of breast cancer in this country is atrocious. We are crazy not to demand a cure instead of all this cancer-producing treatment. Doesn’t make sense.”
      I agrree. Truth is, the pharmaceutical industry makes $billions a year on cancer treatments, and doesn’t like competition. There are natural cures available for some kinds of cancer, but the FDA in hand with the pharma industry is doing everything it can to suppress them, using disinformation, threats of legal action, armed raids and gangster tactics to try to shut down anyone making or distributing such cures.
      See for one such instance.

  3. Lou says:

    On it’s face this might seem a good thing.
    Electronic health records in the hands of a corrupt government, is there ANYONE that does not think we have a corrupt government, are but another step leading to the concentration camp or worse IMO.

  4. Erik Sorbo says:

    The radiation hormesis model has shown that low levels of radiation – even those much higher than xray or ct exposures are actually beneficial and decrease the incidence of cancer. All the data that shows an increase is based on the “linear no threshold” model. Do a quick google search for it.

  5. MemyselfandI says:

    Well, Erik feel free to be the first man to submit to annual radiation of your manhood to screen for cancer then.

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