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Mouse Milk Cures Cancer - Smart Sugars Lesson #37 E-mail

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by JC Spencer

Mouse Milk Cures Cancer was the title of a science paper I wrote for which I received an A+ more than fifty years ago. The A+ was for creativity but I thought there were some possibilities that mouse milk could cure cancer. That was long before I knew anything about the special sugars found in mothers’ milk.

I postulated that mouse milk would bring $10,000 a quart and you would need a good sized herd to produce large amounts of milk. My article alluded to specially designed milking machines with eight silicon rubber molded teat cups for the dairy mice. This brought lots of laughs but neither my teacher nor anyone else took my project seriously.

As I was starting to write this Smart Sugars Lesson #37, I thought back on that paper written back in the 1950s when I was a teenager. I had read about mouse milk research. Now, literally in seconds, through the wonders of online literature search, I discovered researchers at the University of California Davis Cancer Center in Sacramento had from the 1950s through the 1970s established essential guidelines for comparing mouse and human mammary lesions. Their work showed that breast cancer in mice is uncannily similar to breast cancer in humans. The group found that most breast cancers in mice start in the innermost milk ducts and milk glands.

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Alzheimer’s Contagious Study May Be Mad Science - Smart Sugars Lesson #36 E-mail

The NEWS media has scared people with contagious report.

by JC Spencer

On October 4, 2011, CBS and other NEWS outlets took this story and frightened those who have loved ones with Alzheimer’s. This is one of the most sensationalistic and potentially damaging science reports I have read.

The first words by CBS NEWS were: Is Alzheimer's contagious? What new study says A provocative new study may have you pondering that question next time you offer a hug and a kiss to someone affected by the devastating neurological disease. It showed that the brains of mice injected with tissue from a human with Alzheimer's exhibited changes characteristic of the disease - suggesting that some cases of Alzheimer's may spread from person to person in much the same way that "mad cow" disease spreads.”

How could the University of Texas study make an assertion that Alzheimer’s may be contagious? Are they dead wrong? We understand prions can cause protein plaque buildup that leads to Alzheimer’s.

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Quantum Glycobiology presents new possibilities for sugars - Smart Sugars Lesson #35 E-mail

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by JC Spencer

Quantum science deals with unseen factors that can generate tipping points, producing what we call “anomalies”. An anomaly is what people name something when they don’t know what just happened. Something caused the tipping point which was not calculated into the equation and yet remains unexplained.

In the title of this lesson, “new possibilities for sugars” may be a misnomer in that the possibilities are not really new but our understanding what is happening and how to help make certain things happen ARE indeed new. Traditional physics deal with how things normally function. Quantum physics take into consideration those many unseen factors.

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Sugars in Breast Milk Help Nursing Mothers with Multiple Sclerosis - Smart Sugars Lesson #34 E-mail

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by JC Spencer

Studies have shown for years that Royal Sugars are beneficial when fed to new born babies. These sugars improve the child’s mental and mobility skills for the rest of their lives. These specific sugars are provided by nature in human mother’s breast milk.

But, what about the mother who makes and provides these sugars to their nursing infants?

The JAMA/Archives journals reveal interesting information that we are contemplating in today’s Smart Sugar Lesson.

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Cardiovascular Disease - Diabetes - Cinnamon & Trehalose - Smart Sugars Lesson #33 E-mail

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by JC Spencer

Cardiovascular disease is the world's largest killer, claiming 18 million lives a year. Over eighty one million (81,000,000) American adults have one or more types of cardiovascular disease (CVD). That’s an awesome count of one in three adults. Thirty eight million (38,000,000) adults over 60 years of age have CVD.

According to NIH, diabetes affects nearly twenty six million (25,800,000) people of all ages of the US population. A look at US residents over 65 years of age and older shows nearly eleven million (10,900,000) diabetes in 2010. About 215,000 people younger than 20 years had diabetes — type 1 or type 2 — in the United States in 2010.

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Sugars and Other False Assumptions - Smart Sugars Lesson #32 E-mail

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by JC Spencer

New discoveries in sugars will replace today’s medicines and tomorrow’s science will disprove many of today’s theories. This lesson deals with false assumptions in science, especially medical science, especially in sugars. Misconceptions can corrupt science, affect your life, block future discoveries, and inhibit finding cures.

Science is open-ended with endless possibilities unless the pipeline is plugged with politics, money, religion, anti-religion, or ignorance. It may be a combination of all of the above. I call these plugs to progress, “biases, bribes, and brains”. Sometimes anti-motivating factors seal (conceal) truth because of economic fallout. In medicine, a cure means that a whole river of money may dry up.

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Is Big Pharma Giving Up on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s? - Smart Sugars Lesson # 31 E-mail

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by JC Spencer

The word is out on the street that Big Pharma is giving up on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. New antipsychotic drugs for neurological disorders are too much trouble, take too long to develop, and leave big pharma with too much liability. Besides that, more money can be generated in a much shorter time period from other drugs used elsewhere. New treatment for neurodegenerative diseases are too complex and costly for giant pharmaceutical companies to develop.

“...many big drug companies are pulling the plug on R&D for neuropsychiatric and other central nervous system (CNS) medicines.”, according to the directors of Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development. Kenneth I. Kaitin, Director and Christopher P. Milne, Associate Director so stated in an article, A Dearth of New Meds which was published in the August 2011 edition of Scientific American.

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