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Caduceus issue 99 – print


Issue 99, Summer 2018: £4.00

Climate change are we approaching a hothouse Earth?
Peter Taylor examines the science of how much human activity vs natural cycles is contributing to the current situation

Children with Cancer international conference
Simon Best reports on the London event with speakers including Prof Thomas Seyfried

Water memory research conference
John Stuart Reid describes new research that helps understand homeopathy

Suburban shaman
GP Dr Ian Rubenstein recounts his extraordinary awakening as a medium and the effect on his patients

Cancer wars: recent attacks by vested interests on natural treatments
Martin J Walker completes his 2-part article focussing on the Bristol Cancer Help Centre scandal, suppression of Laetrile and persecution of GcMAF producer, David Noakes

Survival under oppression
Dr Rebecca Masterton finishes her story of the Shi‘i tradition, showing how it has continued to thrive despite persecution

Regular columns

Poetry: In Tune with the Spirit
Jay Ramsay presents the work of new contemporary poet

Too Many Pills: How too much medicine is endangering our health and what we can do about it; The Snake in the Clinic: Psychotherapy’s Role in Medicine and Healing; The Humming Effect: Sound Healing for Health and Happiness; Pilgrimage – a journey to Love Island; Sir Francis Bacon (1561–1626) Philosopher, Polymath, Poet and Playwright; The Testimony of The Trees; Your Zodiac Soul

New research shows LDL cholesterol does not cause heart disease; Landmark American cancer case victory against Monsanto; Melatonin for cancer: Children with Cancer charity rebuts the dismissal by orthodox oncologists; Court dismisses homeopathy challenge to NHS’s ruling; Medical Detection Dogs celebrates 10 years; Tribute: Guy Lyon Playfair