Atherosclerosis - is it aging? was Attitudes ...

Don Ashley dashley at TENET.EDU
Tue Feb 28 07:16:35 EST 1995


Heart disease is promoted by unhealthy consumption and laziness.  


There is thought today that deaths attributed to diseases such as 
pneumonia in the past were successful because of loss of immunity (AIDS).

Previously, AIDS was not given credit.  AIDS was around long before the 
public knew about it.  In other words, w/o AIDS, certain victims of pneumonia
may have defended and survived.  News leakage of AIDS would surely have 
elicited panic and hysteria.

Now $billions are being fronted for AIDS cure research.

Notice a parallel between AIDS and AGE?  Immunity crashes.  Heart disease 
and cancer are the focus.

Our gov't allocates droppings for anti-aging research.  If that much.  

Once the public gets wind that cure for AGE is possible....




On 
Tue, 28 Feb 1995, Steve Chambers wrote:

> In <Pine.SOL.3.91.950226233909.13784A-100000 at corona> "Patrick O'Neil" <patrick at corona> writes:
> >On 26 Feb 1995, Rick Abrams wrote:
> 
> >> Please define natural life span. Is it the 120 years of the 
> >> woman in France; or my father's, who died two years younger
> >> than I am today (heart failure). 
> 
> >Unfortunately for your father, disease got him rather than age-related 
> >degeneration.
> 
> So you're saying that heart disease is not (usually) age-related 
> degeneration?
> 
> Steve
> 
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