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We represent citizens concerned about the proliferation of wireless technologies and their impact on health.

We represent citizens who want our government to set exposure standards for electromagnetic radiation that are biologically based, instead of being based on long since invalidated thermal standards.

We represent the growing percentage of the population that has become electrically sensitive—people who are finding it increasingly difficult to cope in wireless environments. The benefits of modern life, including the ability to participate in society, and hold jobs in traditional office buildings, are increasingly not available to an estimated 3-8% of Americans today.

And, we represent the people who want rights of state and local governments to establish healthy environments in their communities returned—rights that were taken away in the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which tied the hands of local governments, preventing them from resisting towers and antennas in their communities on health or environmental grounds—even when harm became clear.

This power grab by the federal government, which facilitated the build out of the antenna infrastructure across America by the wireless telecommunications industry beginning in 1996 has been a travesty for human, animal and planetary health—and it must be brought to light and reversed.

There was utter disregard by our Congress of decades of science on the biological effects of microwave radiation on human regulation systems, cells and DNA and the errors in judgment by our government must be corrected immediately to reestablish the trust of American people in our government and to stem the damage to health occurring.

Illness linked to electromagnetic radiation exposure include many cancers, neurological conditions, ADD, sleep disorders, depression, autism, cognitive problems, cardiovascular irregularities, hormone disruption, immune system disorders, metabolism changes, stress, fertility impairment, increased blood brain barrier permeability, mineral disruption, DNA damage and much, much more.

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Former drug company scientist Helen Ratajczak recently created a firestorm of debate from all sides of the vaccine-autism issue when she published her comprehensive review of autism research. This is a massively important study, for more than one reason. One element brought to light that has managed to stay well below the radar is the use of aborted embryonic cells in vaccine production.

CBS News recently reported:

“Ratajczak reports that about the same time vaccine makers took most thimerosal out of most vaccines (with the exception of flu shots which still widely contain thimerosal), they began making some vaccines using human tissue.

Ratajczak says human tissue is currently used in 23 vaccines. She discusses the increase in autism incidences corresponding with the introduction of human DNA to MMR vaccine, and suggests the two could be linked.”

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No Drug Comes Close to Cleaning Out Your Arteries Like This !!

This discovery earned a Nobel Prize
It could be THE answer to heart disease...
... and you're not being told!

This discovery earned a Nobel Prize. It could be THE answer to heart disease... and you're not being told!

No drug comes even close to cleaning out your arteries like this discovery from Louis J. Ignarro, Ph.D., professor at the UCLA School of Medicine. His exciting breakthrough...

  • Cuts artery plaque in half without drugs...
  • Reduces blood pressure by up to 60 points...
  • Slashes cholesterol—to the point where patients can reduce their dose of statin drugs by half!

This breakthrough is so important, it earned Dr. Ignarro the Nobel Prize years ago, in 1998! It's almost as old as the Internet, for crying out loud. Yet I can just about guarantee your doctor doesn't know about it. Almost no hospital or doctor's office anywhere will offer you this treatment.

What's their problem? Information moves at the speed of light on the Internet. Facebook didn't even exist four years ago, and now it has 500 million users. But more than a dozen years have gone by since Dr. Ignarro won the Nobel Prize for this discovery, and Big Medicine can't manage to get the word out to doctors...

... even though this discovery could make heart bypass surgery, angioplasty, statin drugs and blood pressure drugs practically obsolete!

Why the foot-dragging? It's because the people who control health care don't WANT all those moneymaking drugs and procedures to become obsolete. For them, that would be a financial disaster! Your cure is their money-loser—if word gets out!

Nobel Prize winner blows the whistle on the cover-up

Dr. Ignarro was so concerned about the millions of people his discovery could save, he took an extraordinary step: He exposed the facts on a national TV broadcast with Hugh Downs. Hugh learned that Dr. Ignarro's discovery is a natural antioxidant—one your own body makes. This natural body chemical is absolutely critical for healthy circulation.

The key word there is "natural." Big drug companies can't patent this discovery and charge top dollar for it. Nobody "owns" it. It belongs to all mankind.

So Dr. Ignarro won't get rich if you follow his advice. What's more, he didn't accept one penny for appearing on Hugh Downs' TV program.

Dr. Ignarro's discovery helps relax artery walls so that your blood flows more freely and your blood pressure plummets. The story gets even better: This natural antioxidant prevents the blood clots that can block your arteries like a plug and cause a heart attack or a stroke.

AND on top of all that... his discovery cuts artery plaque as much as 50%.

A stunned Hugh Downs told viewers, "This seems incredible to me, that you could win a Nobel Prize and then still have to fight to get the word out."

Incredible, but true.

You Can Benefit Now in Spite of the Cover-Up

How can you put this lifesaving breakthrough to work for you? That's exactly the question Hugh Downs asked on his program.

THIS antioxidant is nothing like vitamin C and other common antioxidants. It's actually a gas that circulates in your blood—but it disappears instantly when exposed to air. That means you can't take it in the form of a pill, but Dr. Ignarro revealed an ingenious way you can help your body make more of this substance for itself.

It's amazingly easy! All you have to do is take a couple of over-the-counter supplements that cost about a quarter a day! These supplements provide the building blocks your body needs to manufacture the life-giving antioxidant gas. A Mayo Clinic study has confirmed Dr. Ignarro's work: The supplements DO improve blood flow.


Our human body starts to produce nitric oxide as soon as the foetus begins to develop in the womb, or, in other words, within one week of pregnancy. In fact, a developing foetus makes more nitric oxide than a born baby. Young child also make more nitric oxide than teenagers. As one gets older, the body produces less and less nitric oxide.

Females make more nitric oxide than men. Around the world, females between the ages of 15 and 45 have fewer heart attacks and strokes than men because their body produces estrogen hormone, which stimulates nitric oxide formation that protects them against heart disease and strokes. Thus after menopause, when the level of estrogen in the body comes down, nitric oxide levels also come down. Therefore, women in their seventies are actually at higher risk of falling prey to heart attacks than men.

Here are tips on how to stimulate the body's nitric oxide production:

  • Eat more fruit and vegetables that are high in antioxidants.
  • Eat more fish.
  • Take an nitric oxide boosting supplement.
  • Take a fish oil supplement.
  • Have regular exercise, at least 30 minutes every day.
  • Reduce consumption of fast food, highly refined food and food containing a high amount of saturated fat.
  • Stay well rested.
  • Consume plenty of water and other drinks which are high in antioxidants.

Nitric oxide (NO) is a gas that transmits signals in the organism. Signal transmission by a gas that is produced by one cell, penetrates through membranes and regulates the function of another cell represents an entirely new principle for signalling in biological systems. The discoverers of NO as a signal molecule are awarded this year's Nobel Prize. Robert F Furchgott, pharmacologist in New York, studied the effect of drugs on blood vessels but often achieved contradictory results. The same drug sometimes caused a contraction and at other occasions a dilatation. Furchgott wondered if the variation could depend on whether the surface cells (the endothelium) inside the blood vessels were intact or damaged. In 1980, he demonstrated in an ingenious experiment that acetylcholine dilated blood vessels only if the endothelium was intact. He concluded that blood vessels are dilated because the endothelial cells produce an unknown signal molecule that makes vascular smooth muscle cells relax. He called this signal molecule EDRF, the endothelium-derived relaxing factor, and his findings led to a quest to identify the factor. Ferid Murad, MD and pharmacologist now in Houston, analyzed how nitroglycerin and related vasodilating compounds act and discovered in 1977 that they release nitric oxide, which relaxes smooth muscle cells. He was fascinated by the concept that a gas could regulate important cellular functions and speculated that endogenous factors such as hormones might also act through NO. However, there was no experimental evidence to support this idea at the time. Louis J Ignarro , pharmacologist in Los Angeles, participated in the quest for EDRF's chemical nature. He performed a brilliant series of analyses and concluded in 1986, together with and independently of Robert Furchgott, that EDRF was identical to NO. The problem was solved and Furchgott's endothelial factor identified. When Furchgott and Ignarro presented their conclusions at a conference in July, 1986, it elicited an avalanche of research activities in many different laboratories around the world. This was the first discovery that a gas can act as a signal molecule in the organism.

Nitric oxide protects the heart, stimulates the brain, kills bacteria, etc.
It was a sensation that this simple, common air pollutant, which is formed when nitrogen burns, for instance in automobile exhaust fumes, could exert important functions in the organism. It was particularly surprising since NO is totally different from any other known signal molecule and so unstable that it is converted to nitrate and nitrite within 10 seconds. NO was known to be produced in bacteria but this simple molecule was not expected to be important in higher animals such as mammals.

Further research results rapidly confirmed that NO is a signal molecule of key importance for the cardiovascular system and it was also found to exert a series of other functions. We know today that NO acts as a signal molecule in the nervous system, as a weapon against infections, as a regulator of blood pressure and as a gatekeeper of blood flow to different organs. NO is present in most living creatures and made by many different types of cells.
- When NO is produced by the innermost cell layer of the arteries, the endothelium, it rapidly spreads through the cell membranes to the underlying muscle cells. Their contraction is turned off by NO, resulting in a dilatation of the arteries. In this way, NO controls the blood pressure and its distribution. It also prevents the formation of thrombi.
- When NO is formed in nerve cells, it spreads rapidly in all directions, activating all cells in the vicinity. This can modulate many functions, from behaviour to gastrointestinal motility.
- When NO is produced in white blood cells (such as macrophages), huge quantities are achieved and become toxic to invading bacteria and parasites.

Importance in medicine today and tomorrow
Heart: In atherosclerosis, the endothelium has a reduced capacity to produce NO. However, NO can be furnished by treatment with nitroglycerin. Large efforts in drug discovery are currently aimed at generating more powerful and selective cardiac drugs based on the new knowledge of NO as a signal molecule.

Shock: Bacterial infections can lead to sepsis and circulatory shock. In this situation, NO plays a harmful role. White blood cells react to bacterial products by releasing enormous amounts of NO that dilate the blood vessels. The blood pressure drops and the patient may become unconscious. In this situation, inhibitors of NO synthesis may be useful in intensive care treatment.

Lungs: Intensive care patients can be treated by inhalation of NO gas. This has provided good results and even saved lives. For instance, NO gas has been used to reduce dangerously high blood pressure in the lungs of infants. But the dosage is critical since the gas can be toxic at high concentrations.

Cancer: White blood cells use NO not only to kill infectious agents such as bacteria, fungi and parasites, but also to defend the host against tumours. Scientists are currently testing whether NO can be used to stop the growth of tumours since this gas can induce programmed cell death, apoptosis.

Impotence: NO can initiate erection of the penis by dilating the blood vessels to the erectile bodies. This knowledge has already led to the development of new drugs against impotence.

Diagnostic analyses: Inflammatory diseases can be revealed by analysing the production of NO from e.g. lungs and intestines. This is used for diagnosing asthma, colitis, and other diseases.

NO is important for the olfactory sense and our capacity to recognise different scents. It may even be important for our memory.

Dr. Ignarro featured in Business Today Magazine in Taiwan

PRLog (Press Release) – Nov 18, 2008 – The American Heart Association (AHA) has selected UCLA professor Louis J. Ignarro as a 2008 Distinguished Scientist. The award was presented at the 2008 Scientific Session, Nov 8-12 2008, in New Orleans.

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