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Magnetic Sleep Pads — The Real Cure?

I have returned from a short vacation with my family re-
invigorated. I want to help you deal with your cancer
or that of your loved one. And with the three week hiatus
since the last newsletter, I have accumulated a lot of
very useful information for you.

Almost all of the dozens of hardy pioneers who have re-
searched cancer treatments are reluctant to call them “the
cure.” This is understandable. Most of them are scientists
who respect only theories proven with extensive testing on
humans. Since that testing is terribly expensive, it never
gets done, because the only sources of funds are terribly
biased toward “proven” treatments, especially those that
can be patented.

The pioneer featured in this article is no exception. He
does not call his discovery a “cure for cancer.” However,
he comes as close as he can while retaining his scientific
credentials. And credentials he has…lots of them.

Dr. William H. Philpott, M.D. is the latest in a long line of
experts who have explored the electromagnetic forces and
their effect on cancer. Starting with Dr. Royal Rife in
the 1930’s, many other medical professionals and scholars
have studied this phenomenon.

Dr. Philpott has been a physician for 40 years. He has
written the following books on bio-magnetic therapy:

— Magnet Therapy (AlternativeMedicine.com Books, Tiburon,
CA 2000)
— Brain Allergies: The Psychonutrient and Magnetic Connec-
tions, 2nd Ed. (Keats Publishing L.A., CA 2000)
— Bio-Magnetic Handbook (Lothrop Technologies, Choctaw,
OK 1990)
— Victory Over Diabetes (Keats Publishing – currently out
of print)

The Linus Pauling Award was presented to Dr. Philpott in 1998
by the Orthomolecular Health Society for his scientific lead-
ership and scholarship spanning the entire history of Ortho-
molecular medicine.

He currently is one of two physicians on a committee sponsored
by the National Institutes of Health through their Alternative
Medicine Division for a study of magnetic devices for treating
cancer. Do not hold your breath waiting for this study to be
completed. Funding for such studies is traditionally sparse.
At best, it will take another five years.

The article by Dr. Philpott which I have for you today is one
you should read all the way through. It will give you a good
feel for the “state of the art.” You will find that even
though this therapy has yet to be “proven” through extensive
controlled tests, it is harmless and may cure your cancer.

The current method for applying this science to your cancer is
a magnetic sleep pad. It goes on your bed either between the
mattress and the box springs or under a separate foam mattress.
The cost? Between $700 and $3,300 USD, depending on the
strength of the magnets and the size of your bed (double,
queen, king, etc.).

I have edited Dr. Philpott’s article, but only in format. I
have made it into a text file with short lines like this news-
letter so it will appear more readable in your browser.

At the beginning of the file is a message from a lady named
Kallie Miller. Kallie happens to be a distributor of the
magnetic sleep pads. If she had submitted this article to
the chat group, I would have been less likely to read it.
Fortunately, it was submitted by another lady, who, as near
as I can tell, has no financial interest in bringing it to
your attention. Kallie’s message includes some interesting
information on particular applications of this device, so I
included it. At the end of her message is a web site where
you can learn more about this interesting device and order
one, if you like.

An additional source is Dr. Philpott’s family’s own company.
Their web site is:


I liked this article, because Dr. Philpott has used a nice
mixture of scientific theory and moving testimonials. To
me, it was quite convincing. If I were a cancer patient and
could afford it, I would definitely buy a magnetic sleep pad.

Here’s where to get the article:


Free Prescription Medicine For You

Can’t afford the expensive medication your doctor prescribes
for you? Here’s a solution from a new reader named Bill
McLaughlin. Bill brought to my attention a web site called:


These wonderful volunteers are dedicated to helping you wade
through the paperwork to get your prescription medication
free. The criteria:

– That you do not have insurance coverage for outpatient
prescription drugs.

– That you do not qualify for a government program which
provides prescription medication, e. g. Medicaid.

– That your income is at a level which causes a hardship
when you are required to purchase the medication at retail.

That last can vary widely, depending on the drug company.
Some cancer patients, for example, have incomes as high as
$60,000 per year and still get free prescription medication
from this program.

Yes, this is drug company largesse. And you can bet it is
done for a purpose. The primary purpose is to convince law-
makers of their “sincerity” in looking out for your interests.
Hmmmm. Their view of the naivete of our lawmakers is not
encouraging, but, unfortunately, probably true.

Here’s a quote from an article about this program in the July
28, 2000 Wall Street Journal:

“In my opinion, they want to keep it a secret,” says Cindy
Hogg, administrator for The Medicine Program, a private
advocacy group in Doniphan, Mo., which helps patients navigate
the free drug application process. “They do it so they can
tell Congress, ‘We give away medicine for free,’ but then
they don’t tell anybody about it and make it hard for people
to apply.”

Well, Cindy Hogg and the other Medicine Program volunteers
are dedicated to helping you navigate through this application
process. Again, contact them at this web site:


Here’s another quote from the Wall Street Journal article that
will give you a feel for the size of this program.

“…the nation’s drug companies gave away 2.8 million prescrip-
tions (this doesn’t include drug samples) valued at about $500
million in 1998. By comparison, U.S. prescription drug sales
reached $125 billion last year, according to IMS Health.”

Says Bill McLaughlin, “It works. And free hearing aids are also available.”

Thanks, Bill.

Short Shots….


Most of you have heard of Bob Davis in these pages. An 80-year
old cancer survivor, Bob is one of my favorite people. Here is
his most recent article on why you need to manage your own
treatment. It’s excellent. Read it by clicking on:

(File no longer exists)


Every one of you should be aware of the importance of nutrition
in the treatment of your cancer. Here is some very useful infor-
mation which should help you co-doctor better and get well.



If you’re still searching for information on cancer cures, here’s
a web site with lots of useful information.



Another of my favorite crusaders on your behalf is Ann Fonfa. Ann
saw the article in my last newsletter on “Codex Alimentarius” (check
it out) and sent me this alert on an important meeting on July 30th
that some of you may want to attend. Details at:



Dr. Mercola published an interesting article in his newsletter
recently called “Most New Drugs Are Me-Too Medications.” I
thought you might be interested in the article. To read it, go to:



George Freaner, another great 80-year old cancer survivor, sent
me a Washington Post article on President Bush’s fund-raiser for
the Republican Party. It may startle you, unless you’ve been
reading my rants regularly. Here’s the link:



The American Cancer Society has published information on the
healthy effects of red raspberries for cancer treatment. If you
saw my writeup on “Red Raspberry Capsules” in the article “What
Would I Do?” in the May 24th, 2002 newsletter, this won’t be
entirely new to you. Check it out at:

(File no longer exists)


Last, but certainly not least, here is a convincing testimonial
on the value of the red raspberry capsules.


…on the lighter side


Maybe it’s true that life begins at fifty.
But everything else starts to wear out, fall out, or spread out!

There are three signs of old age.
The first is you begin to lose your memory…
and….I can’t remember the other two!

You’re getting old when you don’t care where your spouse goes,
as long as you don’t have to go along!

Middle age is when work is a lot less fun
and fun is a lot more work.

Statistics show that at the age of seventy,
there are five women to every man.
Ain’t that the darndest time for a guy to get those odds?

You know you’re getting on in years
when the girls at the office start confiding in you.

Middle age is when it takes longer to rest than to get tired.

By the time a man is old enough to watch his step,
he’s too old to go anywhere.

Middle age is when you have stopped growing at both ends,
and have begun growing in the middle.

Billy Graham has described heaven as
“a family reunion that never ends.”
What could hell possibly be like?
Home videos of the same reunion?


In case you have wondered at the spartan simplicity of the
format of this newsletter, it has a purpose. From experi-
ence publishing several newsletters, I’ve found that this
format — simple text with lines no longer than 65 char-
acters — is the only one that will print on all e-mail
screens (maybe even WebTV) the same. Most of you will
notice that the web links in this newsletter are high-
lighted in blue. Clicking on them will open your browser
and take you to that site. If they are not highlighted
(a la AOL), you may need to “copy and paste” them into
your browser. You’ll have to do the same if you go to
my newsletter archives at my web site…”copy and paste.”

I’ll be back sometime soon with another newsletter. Be
well and send your friends to my website:



Bill Henderson
Author “Cure Your Cancer” e-book
143 pages – $14.95 – instant PDF download

As for the legal stuff — Disclaimer: The author of this
newsletter is a researcher and writer, not a doctor. Any
treatment for an illness should be shared with your doctor
before you attempt it.