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Kalokerinos took his medical degree from Sydney University in and then spent six years in England. On his return to Australia he was appointed Medical Superintendent of Collarenebri Hospital where he served until Kalokerinos has authored a book with profound orthomolecular medicine implications entitled Every Second Child as well as many scientific papers.
He is also the author of two books on the subject of opal on which he is considered an international authority. He served with the A.
Dettman's Lld thesis activities have included such fields as antibiotics, bovine mastitis, phagocytosis and studies of staphylococci including a modified autogenous vaccine. Dettman has authored many scientific papers and was appointed the head of a research team in to investigate the claims of Dr.
Kalokerinos with whom he has been a co-worker ever since. Modern medicine is based on Pasteur's germ theory of diseasea specific organism causes a specific disease and a specific vaccine gives specific protection. Shades of doubt concerning the validity of this dogma were seen when it was observed that some Aboriginal children did not get protection and, in fact, died when vaccines were administered.
It soon became obvious that individuals became susceptible to disease for various reasons, and Lld thesis germs themselves simply take advantage of the susceptible state. Vaccinating susceptible individuals does not necessarily render them immune it may have the reverse effect.
Further light was shed on this problem when it was found that Pasteur plagiarised the work of a great scientific contemporary, Bechamp. According to this astute observer the basis of life is not the cell but a living "gene" that he called a microzyma.
Microzymas can evolve with changes in the nutritional environment to become viruses or bacteria, harmless or harmful and although apparently specific viruses and bacteria can be reproduced as similar organisms, this is only true if specific environmental conditions exist.
Under other conditions evolution into other viruses and bacteria can Lld thesis place. In the same way an infection can be exogenous but it it can also be endogenous - evolving by a process of microzymian evolution. The fallacy of vaccines is thus explained and the importance of the nutritional environment of the cell understood.
Ascorbic acid, the universal detoxifier and tolerance factor, can be placed in its true position as an important weapon against disease.
Introduction The following findings and speculations have grown out of our joint study of Aboriginal infant mortality in Australia associated with immunizations meant to save them, and out of our findings concerning the value of megascorbic therapy, specifically, and of orthomolecular medicine, generally, as treatment approaches.
We are not surprised that the editor of this Journal was initially reluctant to accept our earlier manuscripts for publication due both to their lack of documentation and highly speculative nature.
Dorothy Knafelc, FRMS, who first introduced us to the work of Bechamp, and who is presently assembling the relevant arguments and evidence for a serious consideration of Bechamp's work by contemporary biologists. We recognize the leadership of the International Academy of Preventive Medicine in the holistic health care reform movement in the world today and welcome this opportunity to share our thinking and work with its members.
We have already been corresponding with some IAPM members for some time now, among them. These men have offered us encouragement in our work in Australia where we are endeavoring to organize a chapter of the IAPM to promote the practice of Orthomolecular Medicine.
The Closed Mind of Medicine Dr. Cynthia Cummings recently visited Australia where she told us of her role in the organ transplant bank at the Institute for Medical Research at San Jose, California.
An interesting exchange of ideas resulted where we were reminded of the fact that the average medical graduate does not really get the opportunity to question the validity of much of the medical dogma he is taught, with the result that the seeds of the "closed mind of medicine" are sown very early in training!
We ask at this time that our readers not lose sight of the dogma of organized medicine that all too often blinds us and that you be especially conscious of this fact as you read our findings and speculations.
History, of course, is studded with examples of man's reluctance to accept new concepts. Imagine how Columbus must have felt when he "knew" the earth was round while scholarly opinion rejected this notion. Then, too, what of Galileo who was forced to kneel before the dignitaries of the Church and denounce his "heresy" concerning the movement of the earth.
Moreover, it was 35 years before the work of Mendel was accepted, while another scientist by the name of Waterson was told by a referee of the Royal Society that his thesis on molecular gases was nothing but nonsense!
Throughout, Irwin Stone's outstanding work has helped us practically and his example of bold inquiry has proven a constant source of spiritual support as well. We often found ourselves borrowing from his courage to stand for what he believes as we struggled to be heard above the rigid drums of orthodox medicine in Australia and elsewhere.
Stone's work and example have also encouraged us to turn back the pages of history to better understand our own orthomolecular work with the problems of Aboriginal infant mortality generally and with immunizations specifically. In so doing we have uncovered two controversial issues: In the discussion that follows we will endeavor to share with our readers the questions and implications raised by our work with "closed" Australian populations and our review of the history of microbiology.
Background It is generally accepted that if we can establish the presence of a virus or a microorganism with a disease, then that microorganism or virus must be the "cause" of the disease. We perform toxicity tests with laboratory animals and make vaccines which "boost" immunity which theoretically should protect the recipient from the devastating effects of the disease.
However, such immunization is not without dangers as has been dramatically shown in the book, Every Second Child Kalokerinos, Indeed, our studies have shown us something quite controversial and phenomenal: Moreover, immunization might profitably be seen as having stolen the show from a more holistic and nutritionally oriented consideration of a host's susceptibility and resistance factors which our work has shown us to be so critical in disease states and immunization procedures themselves!Unit Histories - Second World War.
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