Prostate Cancer in Germany

The incidence of prostate cancer in Germany in the last few years has dropped significantly. What is it that has caused this reduction?

Every year, thousands of patients travel from North American to Germany for medical care and alternative cancer treatment. Why?

German hospitals and cancer clinics offer the world’s most advanced treatments including Photo Dynamic Therapy, Hyperthermia, Insulin Potentiated Chemotherapy – IPT, and Dendritic vaccines. They provide proven natural therapies such as Miseltoe therapy, an ancient treatment developed by the Druids centuries ago. And Galvano cancer treatment at a cost much lower than you can find in the USA or Canada. Did you know that for decades, Germany has been a ‘green’ country?  Farmers there are not permitted to use chemicals in grain fed to cattle. Their livestock cannot be treated with hormones and antibiotics as they are in the States. Their produce is free of harmful chemicals. All these facts contribute to a reduction in prostate cancer.

Even the beer in Germany has to be organic. Germany is a country that leads Europe in a lot of respects.

It stands to reason that most medical treatments in Germany are also natural, and without harmful side effects. Physicians in Germany understand the connection between health and nutrition. Compared to Germany’s standard of care, treatments in other countries are considered barbaric.

Many US movie stars and politicians travel to Germany for healthcare? It’s this mixed system of treatment that makes Germany the envy of Europe.

The German Health Care System has some important points to consider. First, you are obliged to be insured when living in Germany. Secondly, the German system is a dual system containing a compulsory insurance and a private insurance. Both types of insurances have their pros and cons and there are some rules who can take the one or the other insurance.

In the US among the recent medications which appears to have some success in mens’ prostate health that is Super Beta Prostate. It includes Beta sitosterol which can be found in virtually every plant, and it is an inactive ingredient.

Is it any wonder that patients who take the time to research their treatment options choose to get medical care in Germany?


The History Of Glue

I have an image in my head of a prehistoric man holding a thick stick in one hand and a sharpened stone in the other scratching his head (well perhaps not, that would require three hands) considering how to join the two. Now with the 5-Second-Fix the problem would be easily soluble. But back then the solution seemed insurmountable. Strong twine was the only way to go……so we imagine.

But the history of glue goes much farther back then most people think. The earliest evidence of the use of glue can still be seen in cave paintings made by our Neanderthal ancestors in Lascaux, France. These early artists wanted their work to last and mixed glue with the paint they used to help the colors resist the moisture of the cave walls. The oldest known glue used to hold things together dates back to approximately 200,000 BC, and is from spear stone flakes glued to wood with birch bark tar. So our prehistoric man was onto something.

The oldest known compound glue was made from plant gum and red ochre approximately 70,000 years BC, and was found in South Africa, so our ancestors were figuring out ways to stick two things together a long, long time ago. Later, people began experimenting with animal parts, such as teeth, hooves, and even fish air bladders.

As long as 6,000 years ago people were using animal based glues to repair ceramics. A tar-like glue was used for gluing the eyeballs of statues in their sockets in the time of the Babylonians, and the Egyptians used animal glues to adhere furniture, ivory, and papyrus. The Mongols and the Native Americans used glues to make everything from bows to canoes!

Speaking of Mongols, Genghis Khan overcame all attackers because of the exceptional power and range of the weaponry his men carried. Bows were made from laminated lemonwood and bullhorn bonded with an adhesive whose formula has since been lost to antiquity.

Medieval monks used glue made from egg whites extensively as binding material for books, and to illuminate cartouches with gold leaf.

Fish glue was made form the heads, bones and skin of fish in the same way as other animal glues, but this glue tended to be too thin and less sticky – and also a bit smelly. By experimenting, early man discovered that the air bladders of various fish produced a much more satisfactory glue that was white,  tasteless and almost odorless. This glue was later known as isinglass or ichthocol.

Glue from animal parts came into being when ancient tribes discovered that the bones, hides, skin, sinew and other connective tissues from animals could be boiled in water to separate out collagen, the protein in these tissues.

The collagen was sticky and was useful for holding things together. The collagen rich parts were cleaned, and boiled or rendered down into a gelatinous substance, removing the calcium and leaving only the collagen protein.  They were then dried out, ground into a powder, and later mixed with water or another liquid and heated to obtain the desired consistency. This glue was brown, brittle, hard and not waterproof. But amazingly this was the only glue available until World War I.  At that time, casein glues made of milk, and nitrocellulose glues were first manufactured. On a side note, casein is also the basic ingredient of cheese.

Furniture making relies heavily on glues. All of the great cabinetmakers from the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries used glue in furniture construction, including Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Duncan Phyfe, the Adams brothers, and Sheraton. The glues they used were made from animal hides, hooves, and other parts of the animal.  The great violin maker Stradivarius, whose name is synonymous with quality, used a secret adhesive process to laminate his specially treated woods. This process has been lauded as one of the reasons his violins could produce such beautiful music.

Unfortunately, his methods have been lost to antiquity despite numerous attempts to rediscover them.

EuroABM task preludes buildup in Eastern Europe — Russian FM

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According a myth that NATO’s buildup in Europe is really a result of the Ukraine crisis is very unfounded, to Alexey Meshkov

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MOSCOW, November 11 /TASS/. The EuroABM task preludes NATO’s military buildup in Eastern Europe. The coalition desires to redraw the whole structure that was ideal in this part of the world, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexey Meshkov said on Saturday.
“Issues within our relationships with NATO have now been gathering for years. There is something, which has been completely forgotten: in the areas of European countries, nearly a million troops were withdrawn by Russia in 1991-1994. Today, there is a third location location being prepared in Belgium for deploying a missile defense system. Everybody has ignored that 20 ballistic missile launchers were withdrawn by Russia from Belgium in its time,” Meshkov stressed.
” We ripped them out and now we’ve got EuroABM inturn. Naturally, Ukraine isn’t the source of European security problems, that are connected to endeavors to totally redraw the entire ideal plan in Europe, of which EuroABM is unquestionably the key element. It preludes the beginning of NATO’s military buildup ” the Russian diplomat described.
Meshkov stated that if NATO started creating its military potential in Europe Russia will have to reply.
“ofcourse, this can’t but be described as a supply of our problem that was true and certainly will drive us to get countermeasures,” the diplomat said.
Based on him, there is that NATO’s escalation in Europe can be a result of the Ukraine turmoil a fantasy wholly misguided. ” when NATO decided to conclude its quest in Afghanistan, The speak about the need to intensify work to safeguard NATO people began at that time,” Meshkov stressed.
“What’s today, occurring will be NATO’s policy’s rational extension,” the diplomat added.
Pressing using the European Union upon Russia’s relations, Meshkov said its bad sanctions plan was being pondered over by the EU with greater regularity.

“Many sectoral dialogues with EU have already been stopped. Consequently we could rarely speak about any constructive developments,” Meshkov said.
“But in terms of our relations together with the EU countries along with the European Commission’s practices and the EU High Representative for Security Plan and Foreign Affairs, our contacts continue,” he explained.
“Our associates have come to consider on the defective coverage point towards Russia that they have already been pursuing of late more frequently,” Meshkov stressed.
He considers it is not necessary to pay any great focus on PACE’s assaults on Italy since the body’s political effect is not large.
Several European politicians and diplomats do not even know that it exists. They’re considering the government power bodies,” the Russian diplomat continued to mention.
Meshkov, however, called for Russia’s continuing associates with Europe’s Authority.
” this corporation is needed by Russia,” he said. “the reason behind that is straightforward: this organization works legal norms for that European region out; all European states be a part of its work apart from Belarus, that will be still of joining the business, along the way,” the diplomat stressed.
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Russia’s relations with EU, NATO in doldrums
According Alexey Meshkov, Russia’s associations with all the Eu and NATO are experiencing hard times to.
” with the Eu we are observing a sharp decrease within our business for That first time in decades,” he explained. Meshkov said it exceeded $450 million in 2013, declining to $370 million this past year with the inclination ongoing.
The deputy minister stated industry was shrinking as a result of drop in cooperation between the European Union along with Russia. “Our associates at the peak level have been practically severed, there were no summits for a second year running,” he spoke regarding the summits which used to happen twice per year.
“The Permanent Partnership Council in the level of the foreign minister along with the EU substantial representative for international affairs and safety plan isn’t performing ” he added.

“Business as Usual” impossible in connections with EU
In Mesjkov’s terms, “business as usual” is difficult in relations with all the European Union.
“I am hoping relationships together with the EU are going towards realism. The functions with this year have popped the eyes of numerous of our European associates,” he continued.
” obviously ‘business as usual’ as they say is impossible,” he said, detailing that “Russia will never return to the system where decisions, which might be worked out without our participation, are charged on us,” he said.
This implies we are ready work with equal terms to communicate as equals and move ahead,” Meshkov added. “Whether our companions are ready for this, this could be the issue to them,” he explained.

Commission proposal to improve transparency is adopted by European Parliament

European Commission – Press release

EU Commission flag (2)Adhering to a vote new EU rules are set help managers and investors better understand risks and to improve the transparency of certain financial transactions.

The European Commission welcomes today’s usage by the European Parliament of the Regulation on Transparency of Securities Lending Transactions (known as SFTR). This new law significantly improves the transparency of securities financing transactions in the shadow banking sector. These new rules also help identify the dangers related to these monetary trades, along with their magnitude. This regulation is in line with all the G20 leaders’ commitment to ensure more transparency.

120329_3_homeSecurities lending transactions (SFTs) allow market participants to obtain secured funding, i.e. to use assets, including the shares or bonds they possess, to guarantee financing for their actions.
They will enable market participants to use them for funding the economy, while making it more easy to monitor and gauge the hazards involved. That is just another component to make our system more resistant in the aftermath of the financial catastrophe. I’m thankful to the European Parliament, and in particular rapporteur Renato Soru, for their hard work in reaching this agreement.”

Transparency in three ways are enhanced by the Regulation:
First, it introduces the reporting except those reasoned to fundamental databases known as trade repositories. According to their type, firms should start reporting at different periods from 12 to 21 months following the entry into force of the technical standards that are regulatory that are relevant;
Eventually, the Regulation introduces some minimal transparency conditions which should be fulfilled on the reuse of security, for example disclosure of the risks along with the necessity to give prior consent. These can use 6 months after the entry into force of the Regulation.

Shadow-banking is often employed as a term for non-bank credit actions. Such actions might be useful for the economy since they diversify sources of funding. After the monetary crisis, there’s international consensus that such activities should be transparent and subject to proper regulation. The text agreed now is an important measure to achieve that aim.

After the Parliament’s vote, the Regulation will undoubtedly be formally adopted by the EU Council of Ministers in the forseeable future. The Regulation will then be published in the Official Journal.
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Syria conference in Vienna, Iranian opposition assaulted in Iraq, Raif Badawi awarded Sakharov Prize

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Syria convention in Vienna: The Friday meeting brings together more than a dozen European and Middle Eastern foreign ministers, but the inclusion of Iran, whose contribution in Syria talks had formerly been blocked by the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, indicates a shift that offers more hope for diplomacy. It will likely be arch-rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran’s very first assembly to discuss the four-year-long Syrian war. Saudi Arabia said it planned to gauge during the discussions Iran’s willingness and Russia, the main backers of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government, for a peace deal.,
Iranian opposition assaulted in Iraq landed on Thursday next to Baghdad International Airport near a camp holding members. There were no immediate reports of casualties in the rockets.
Madness continues at German-Austrian border: Despite attempts to enhance coordination between Germany and Austria, madness has continued in the nations’ border. German police said that the border had been crossed by buses taking asylum seekers late on Wednesday. In the whole, some 8,150 asylum seekers had arrived by midnight. German Chancellor Angela Merkel asked China for help in tackling the refugee crisis in Europe, prompting pledges by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to step up humanitarian aid and support efforts to stop the civil war in Syria.,

Brussels Eurobubble living means missing your favourite football atmosphere. Not necessarily. Royale Union Saint-Gilloise is the no. 1 conventional Brussels club, playing in a 1920 Art Deco Olympic venue. French passion meets German fighting spirit on a field. That’s all-Belgian. A real ‘home from home’ feeling (and mementos) to be had! Tickets Tickets – T-Shirts

ECB’s Noyer says give it time: The asset purchase plan of the European Central Bank needs time says Christian Noyer, an outgoing member of the governing council of the ECB. One could not expect the present plan has its complete effect after only six months. Reuters News Network

Sakharov Prize was awarded by Raif Badawi: The European Union’s top human rights prize was awarded Thursday to Saudi-blogger Raif Badawi. Badawi was sentenced to ten years in jail and 1,000 lashes in Saudi Arabia for “insulting Islam”. Parliament President Martin Schulz urged Saudi King Salman to free Badawi, so the prize can be accepted by him.

EU suspends sanctions on Belarus: United States and The European Union declared they’d temporarily ease some sanctions on Belarus for four months from Saturday. They comprise those on President Alexander Lukashenko, who has in the past been described as Europe’s last dictator. The move follows Lukashenko’s pardoning of a perceived lack of repression surrounding his re election earlier this month and political prisoners. In a statement confirming the determination, the EU noted the circumstance of improving EU-Belarus relations.,

Malta holds back the EU on sexual rights: The Foreign Affairs Council approved the Commission’s strategies to augment the emphasis on the sensitive issue in development policy. The EU’s definitive Sex Action Plan -2020 is set to be adopted early next year. Sexual and reproductive rights’ question remains a touchy one in many of member states, especially Malta. The issue of abortion, which criminalised in Malta, and is not legal in many European nations, is central to questions of sexual and reproductive rights.

Visit: Russian President Vladimir Putin is visited by German Economy Minister Gabriel

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Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis doesn’t believe a monetary union that is smaller would function better.
“Mrs Merkel has sent an incredible message to the planet. The ‘We can do it’ is one of the very most striking messages that Germany has sent in Warsaw to the world since Willy Brandt’s genuflection. Merkel stressed that there was no limit to the right to asylum, and refugees were welcomed by her. She’s so assumed responsibility for this particular policy.


countries-world-highresJournalists critical of government policies or Erdogan are fired from papers seen as close to the president and even assaulted, while offices of pro-opposition media outlets are raided. Additionally, courts have started an investigation against a 12 and a 13 year old boys who are being accused of tearing up a poster of Erdogan.,
Parliament lost a no-confidence vote Thursday and fired the Moldovan government. Sixty five lawmakers in the 101-seat legislature voted from the government. Parliament now has three months to approve a new government or a new election will likely be held.
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The Swedish Migration Agency has decided to keep refugee housing facilities’ places secret, following 21 being torched since March. As a way to prevent more fires, the Migration Agency has decided to allow it to be harder for the general public to find the addresses of homes that were planned for asylum seekers. Sweden and Germany are the two states in the EU that have witnessed the most assaults on refugee shelters in 2015. They also accepted asylum seekers in the EU this season.

There may be a majority in favor however indignation being are caused by the forced privileges in the opposition. The EU has compelled the Kosovo government to attain an arrangement with Serbia. The 6 percent of Serbs are commanding more than 23 percent of the territory that is small. The opposition organises militant protests and throws tear gas in parliament.

The cent is being done away with all by Ireland: In a play to cut back on the use of one- and two-cent Euro coins, Ireland is soon to begin a campaign that is rounding, whereby willing consumers will receive their change rounded down or up to the closest five-cent total.
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download (1)The Italian public broadcaster Rai paid 1,200 euros a minute for an interview with former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis.
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images (1)Twice Le Pen: French Front National leader Marine Le Pen has been accused of violating EU Parliament rules by getting an MEP to vote on her behalf. Based on the rules, MEPs cannot vote on behalf of another MEP. Her political group’s vice president is alleged to have voted for himself as well as for Le Pen at least eight times when parliament was left by her .