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Tanning beds as deadly as arsenic
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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Tue Jul 28th, 2009 18:13

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Tanning beds as deadly as Arsenic:

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D99NORBO0&show_article=1

"all types of ultraviolet radiation caused worrying mutations in mice, proof the radiation is carcinogenic. Previously, only one type of ultraviolet radiation was thought to be lethal"

(we could have told them that :))


Sunbeds elevated to top cancer risk level: WHO


http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.334a554e78aee09e0fd5764a76f5b23c.a1&show_article=1


(I haven't found the original paper in Lancet Oncology yet. Should make interesting reading)
 

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 Posted: Wed Jul 29th, 2009 04:08

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HI ALL

This is Fred in WV.  All this was in our local news this morning.  I laughed and told Sue Dr Marshall has already told us about this.  It is about time they caught up with Dr Marshall and his findings.

Remember, we are all in this together and I am pulling for us.

Your friend in Sarcoidosis

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 Posted: Wed Jul 29th, 2009 05:17

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Yup, this is not very surprising ...

Trevor, I found a paper from june this year that I hope you or one of your colleagues can read through. It is PMID: 19531804

I cannot access the full-paper and it is probably to difficult for me anyway.

They are talking about an alternative binding pocket, that works on Thermodynamics.

This seems to imply that heat, eg Fever, or higher body temperature, or even too much sun, can actually activate the VDR, which might explain some of the people who have suddenly blasted into stage 5 after sun exposure ?

The abstract doesn't say enough, however, about eg which ligand, if any, accomplishes the activation of the VDR.

Frans

Last edited on Wed Jul 29th, 2009 05:18 by Frans



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 Posted: Wed Jul 29th, 2009 07:14

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Frans,
I have previously explored Tony Norman's concept that there are two binding pockets in the VDR. I could find only one with binding affinities high enough for physiological importance.

As far as I can see Tony has fallen into the mistake of getting fixated on these (probably fictitious) cell surface receptors for Vitamin D, rather than recognize that 1,25-D has high affinity for a host of receptors, ranging from the rods in the eye (Rhodopsin) to the VDR.

The in-silico tools I use are very different from the commercial workstations which Tony and his students use, and they have given me additional insights into the underlying modes of action of metabolites and drugs.

I would suggest you ignore "The vitamin D sterol-vitamin D receptor ensemble model offers unique insights into both genomic and rapid-response signaling," and Tony Norman's alternative binding pocket, until more persuasive evidence is available. At the very least this would include identification of the precise position of this second LBD involving the publication of a model of the receptor/ligand combination, just as I did when I published my 2005 paper on Benicar and the VDR :)

..Trevor..
 

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Trevor, consider it ignored   :)



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 Posted: Tue Oct 6th, 2009 05:20

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Not tanning beds, but shower heads. Karl B flagged it a while back:

http://www.economist.com/sciencetechnology/displaystory.cfm?story_id=14446702




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 Posted: Tue Oct 6th, 2009 09:43

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"all types of ultraviolet radiation caused worrying mutations in mice, proof the radiation is carcinogenic. Previously, only one type of ultraviolet radiation was thought to be lethal"


Can't wait until fluorescent lighting is included as well. 

Of course this will  be used by the D-ist to promote yet more dietary D supplementation. :(  Baby steps....... Baby steps......



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 Posted: Fri Oct 29th, 2010 03:52

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Tanning beds are deadly: news

Amy Remeikis and AAP | 15th January 2008

http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/story/2008/01/15/tanning-beds-are-deadly-new-study/

The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency has found that the chances of developing the deadliest form of skin cancer, a melanoma, increased by 22% with just one trip to a tanning bed.

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 Posted: Sun Oct 31st, 2010 16:36

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Diesel,

In the comments afterwards, it seems that someone from that agency, when  prodded, says that a writer(s) misquoted.  It appears that idea that one trip to a sun bed causing melanoma is not correct.

Wishing all wellness!!! :D

Dark Vader...aka, George

 



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 Posted: Sun Jan 5th, 2020 13:29

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While on the subject of Arsenic
Reprinting from MP Lifestyle Discussion

>https://www.marshallprotocol.com/forum48/15523-1.html

Learning to get the best from the protocol:


" if I were a doctor, which I am not, after taking new patient history and finding chronic problems I would

1)   test for heavy metals

1a)  if necessary prescribe chelation

1b)  have patient undertake measures to control emf exposure:- keep cell phone in Airplane mode, leave house when microwave in use, etc

2)    after completing chelation, explore presence of fungal infections

2a)  educate in avoidance of hormone D

2b)  if necessary treat fungal infections

3)    where possible test 1,25 D

3b)  if > 40pg/ml (~100 pmol/L), recommend patient consider commencing or restarting MP "

P.S. if continuing ill after measures 1 to 2b, as an alternative to D tests,
do a Therapeutic probe



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