By Sylvie Beljanski

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World Health Day

World Health Day

It’s all about bringing healthcare to everyone. Indeed, according to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) website: “more than half of the world’s 7.3 billion people do not receive all of the essential services they need… In terms of financial protection, over 800 million people spend at least 10 percent of their household budgets to pay […]

Sylvie Beljanski Radio Interview on H...

Sylvie Beljanski Radio Interview on HPR

Winning The War on Cancer  27 FEBRUARY 2018                Guest: Sylvie Beljanski, PhD Presenter: Neal Howard Guest Bio: Sylvie Beljanski was born in New York City after her father, Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D. came to New York to pursue a two-year fellowship with Nobel Prize winner, Severo Ochoa, known for his DNA research on […]

Vaccines and Autism – New Evide...

Vaccines and Autism – New Evidence

I have already published several times about vaccinations, and the resulting assault on children’s immature immune system as well as the dangerous increase of aluminum  (a common vaccine adjuvant used to increase vaccine’s shelf life) circulating in our bodies, two possible links to autism.   Pharmaceutical companies and the medical establishment have claimed for years that […]

Dr. John Hall Lecture at A4M World Co...

Dr. John Hall Lecture at A4M World Congress

Dr. John Hall was at A4M World Congress on Dec 14 lecturing about Dr. Beljanski ‘s specific RNA fragments and presenting data from clinical studies showing how they are able to maintain a healthy level of white blood cells and platelets even on patients undergoing chemotherapy. The population studied where patients suffering from all kinds […]

Pancreatic Cancer Awareness

Pancreatic Cancer Awareness

Pancreatic Cancer: One of the rarest forms of cancer and also one of the deadliest. The reason for this is that this cancer does not cause any obvious symptoms so victims do not know something serious is wrong. This means that pancreatic cancer is diagnosed relatively late, which limits treatment options. According to the American […]