Iron Poisoning & Copper Deficiency

 

 

Note how the "scholarly, peer reviewed" articles explain that iron is toxic, while maintaining the fraud that iron is essential to human health.

 

REGARDING THE FRAUD OF “IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA”

                                            

Source:  MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia:  Iron Deficiency Anemia

Anemia is a condition in which the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells. Iron helps make red blood cells. When your

body does not have enough iron, it will make fewer red blood cells or red blood cells that are too small. This is called iron deficiency

anemia.

NOTE:  reference states “iron helps make red blood cells”; it does NOT state that iron makes NORMAL, HEALTHY blood cells.

They are deceptive with their wording, as they are in ALL their science and textbooks.

Cont’d:  Red blood cells bring oxygen to the body's tissues. Healthy red blood cells are made in your bone marrow. Red blood cells

circulate through your body for 3 to 4 months. Parts of your body like your spleen remove old blood cells.  Iron is a key part of red

blood cells. Without iron, the blood cannot carry oxygen effectively. Your body normally gets iron through your diet. It also reuses

iron from old red blood cells.

NOTE:  iron does carry oxygen. Iron attracts oxygen causing free radicals, expediting the aging and death process.

Iron carries oxygen to the parasites and pathogens, ensuring their survival and replication; inevitably killing the host.

 

Transfusion iron overload in adults with acute leukemia

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10698089

National Center for Biotechnology

BACKGROUND: Hepatic dysfunction occurs commonly among persons successfully treated for acute leukemia, and iron overload is

a possible cause of hepatic and other abnormalities in these patients.

 

What Is Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, the Cancer That Struck…

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-is-acute-myelogenous-leukemia/

Scientific American

Jun 28, 2012 - Some types of leukemia, including AML, develop as a result of.... Leukemia and the iron loading disease

polycythemia are closely related.

 

Iron in sickle cell disease: a review why less is better.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12701123

National Center for Biotec...Sickle cell anemia (SCA) is an inherited disorder of hemoglobin synthesis that is characterized by life-long

severe hemolytic anemia, attacks of pain crisis, and ...

 

 

Iron Overload | The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

http://www.lls.org/diseaseinformation/managingyourcancer/treatmentnextsteps/sideeffects/ironoverload/

Mar 16, 2011 - People who have ongoing transfusions may be at risk for "iron overload" - the term for a condition that, if untreated,

can damage the heart and liver.

 

 

Leukemia - Iron chelation therapy in myelodysplastic syndrome

http://www.nature.com/leu/journal/v23/n8/full/leu200939a.html

So what about iron chelation therapy for MDS? On 2 November 2005, the Food and Drug Administration approved deferasirox

(Exjade,  Novartis, East Hanover, NJ, USA), an oral iron-chelating agent, for use in transfusional hemosiderosis associated with

hemoglobinopathies, rare anemias and MDS.  This was welcome news at least in thalassemia, a disease in which iron chelation therapy

improves survival in transfusion-dependent patients. However, the same is not necessarily true for patients with MDS. This should

come as no surprise because complications of iron overload develop after many years of target organ exposure; more than 85% of

MDS patients are diagnosed after age 60 years and 3-year survival is only 35%.

                                                                              

NOTE:  this is due to progressive iron accumulation over a lifespan.  The cure is replenishing bio-available copper.

Copper mobilizes iron out of the body. They make it appear it’s hopeless and there is no cure. It’s all fraudulent science.