Recently, CTV reported that data from a clinical trial was misrepresented, and now the research community is renewing their resolve to have the true findings of thousands of abandoned or misrepresented studies published.
The study in question was a 2011 osteoporosis study performed at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto. In the study, researchers had concluded that nitroglycerin can help osteoporosis. However, recent findings have proven that data for the study was systematically manipulated. The head researcher, Dr. Sophie Jamal, has since resigned her clinical privileges and stepped down as research director at the Centre for Osteoporosis and Bone Health. The CTV article goes on to list several other studies that have provided false or misleading results.
While your body is asleep, it’s raging an internal war. Melatonin, which we often refer to as the “sleep hormone”, serves as a useful ally.
The multi-faceted nature of melatonin is for the most part unknown. Currently, there is research suggesting it may protect, and even treat, certain diseases.
Below we’ve described some of the lesser-known benefits of this widely used supplement.
Melatonin is a Powerful Antioxidant
Mainstream medicine has ways of disguising the fact that often their treatments lead to the demise of cancer patients, and their rate of reversing cancer is dismal even as they play linguistic and statistical games with their results.
“As a chemist trained to interpret data, it is incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm than good.” – Alan Nixon, Ph.D., Past President of The American Chemical Society
On the other hand, those who seek alternative methods of dealing with cancer have a much greater chance of surviving cancer without any adverse reactions and side effects. As the saying goes, with herbal medicine the disease can kill you; but with allopathic medicine the cure can kill you.
7 Mistakes Made With Natural Methods for Curing Cancer