Mirko Beljanski ©The Beljanski Foundation, Inc.
It is amazing that more than fifteen years after his death. Dr. Mirko Beljanski still commands the attention of the International media. Recently there were three articles published about him in less than a month. This recognition is ultimately a tribute to Dr. Beljanski’s breakthrough discoveries.
“Alternative Santé”, a prestigious French magazine dedicated to health, published an article written by Dominique Vialard. The detailed and well-documented article simply tells all about the “case”.
“Rose Magazine”, a French publication committed to cancer published 5 lines of text crammed with inaccuracies and misinformation.
On the contrary, let me first point out that my father had not been convicted in 1994 for illegally practicing medicine. To the contrary he was acquitted of this charge. Secondly, my father was unfortunately diagnosed with cancer at the time his products were not available in France, and therefore could not benefit from the well-known synergistic action with chemotherapy. Finally, the article states that the Beljanski® products only serve “to counter the side effects of chemotherapy” which is total disinformation. Continue reading
“Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person” according to Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Does the right to life include the right to maintain life through universal access to healthcare? Does the security of the person include medical treatment through universal access to health care selecting the treatment of one’s choice?
What if the preferred treatment includes a dietary supplement made from a tree bark available only in small quantities, where universal access is just physically impossible? Is it a luxury or a right?
Any quality product, available in small quantities and subjected to high expertise and advanced quality control, is indeed considered inherently a luxury product. Plant-based dietary supplements, which are only available in small quantities, are no exception. Continue reading
Following a national campaign for Safe Cosmetics (1), Johnson & Johnson has agreed to phase out chemicals linked to cancer and other health problems from its baby and adult cosmetics lines by 2015.
Until then, Johnson & Johnson will continue to knowingly sell out its inventory in 57 countries of laden laced chemical based cosmetics (brands such as Aveeno, Neutrogena, Clean & Clear and the famous Johnson’s Baby Shampoo).
According to the Breast Cancer Foundation the cosmetics industry uses thousands of synthetic chemicals, including those linked to cancer, infertility and birth defects (2) and one out of every five products contains ingredients certified by government authorities as known or probable human carcinogens (3). Continue reading
I was recently nominated for and received the “Greatest American Healer Award” for my presentation at the 2014 Navel Expo despite my French accent, and occasional stumbling.
I was deeply moved as this award recognizes that my presentation not only contained original scientific research and data but also was delivered with a passion and commitment that resonated throughout the audience.
Parts of my presentation are truly a family story that started with my father’s breakthrough research at the Pasteur Institute in Paris and now continues in the United States in collaboration with renowned universities and medical centers.
I am grateful for this Award, and for the opportunity to carry on my father’s legacy to make a difference in many people’s lives.
A special Thank You to Alex Lubarsky for organizing this award.
This same week, a detailed and well-documented article about my father’s research and story was published in French by “Alternative Santé”, a prestigious magazine dedicated to health.
It gives me great pleasure that the scientific articles published in the United States continue to fuel both here and in Europe an interest in and continuation of my father’s legacy.
Summer is here, the season for beach, sunscreen and barbecue parties! But Beware…
A recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health by scientists from the University of California’s San Diego School of Medicine found that people 55 years and older, who had lower blood levels of Vitamin D were twice as likely to die prematurely as those with higher levels. Vitamin D deficiency can cause problems when there is not sufficient intake to properly absorb the required levels of calcium and phosphate. A 2010 British Medical Journal clinical review found that Vitamin D deficiency can increase the risk of developing heart disease, bowel and breast cancer, multiple sclerosis and diabetes.