Natural Scleroderma Relief

Natural Scleroderma Relief

Here's a quick look at what this new report covers: Calcium deposits (Calcinosis) noticible on the top layre of skin. How to permanently kill all the pathogenic nano bacteria using an easy to find supermarket product. A simple procedure which will stop the pathogenic bugs from ever returning. The easiest way to rid your body of all its harmful toxins & pollutants. Treating bacterial and fungal problems associated with the gastro-Intestinal tract naturally. A simple detoxification and cleansing agent for the kidneys. Re-build and strengthen your Immune-system. Restore your digestive system to its normal healthy state. Expelling excess free radicals from your body. Removing heavy metals deposits trapped in your body. Dealing with your depression. Re-charging your energy levels. Ease joints. Break down & remove excess calcium from your body without any medical intervention. Stop Acid Reflux problems in days without drugs

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Similarities and Differences Between WS and Aging

Werner's Syndrome is an inherited disease with clinical symptoms (forming a syndrome) that resemble premature aging (87). Early susceptibility to a number of major age-related diseases is a key feature of this disorder. Principal WS features include shortness of stature senile appearance cataracts and graying of the hair beginning at 20 to 30 years skin changes (i.e., tautness, atrophy or thickening, ulceration) designated as scleroderma joint deformities, soft-tissue calcifications and osteoporosis atrophy of muscles and connective tissue early cessation of menstruation and increased incidence of neoplasms. Most of these conditions occur in aging as well but at a later age and with more or less severity (85).

Ectomycorrhizal Plants

Regarding heavy metal uptake by host plants, EcM fungi can decrease the uptake of range of elements, e.g. aluminium 85 , cadmium 50 , copper 86 , lead 87 and zinc 50 and thus alleviate HM toxicity to the host plants. For example, the seedlings of birch, pine and spruce were reported to be less susceptible to toxic concentrations of zinc, copper, nickel and aluminium when formed associations with several EcM fungi 88 . In another study, Paxillus involutus ameliorated the toxicity of cadmium and zinc to Scots pine seedlings in terms of root length 89 . Even though cadmium inhibited ectomycorrhiza formation in seedlings, colonisation with P. involutus decreased cadmium and zinc transport to the plant shoots and also altered the ratio of zinc transported to the roots and shoots, with higher amount of cadmium retained in the roots of the seedlings. Investigations on the effect of Paxillus involutus, Suillus luteus and Thelephora terrestris on the copper resistance of Pinus sylvestris...

B4 Fibrosis

Skin thickening or fibrosis of the breast or chest wall can occur after radiation for breast cancer. An analysis was done for complications after BCT in 294 patients treated at MD Anderson Cancer Center from 1990 to 1992.78 Breast radiation was delivered with standard fractionation to a total prescribed dose of 50 Gy. Fibrosis was noted to develop in 29 , but only 3.7 experienced grade 2 (moderate) and 0.3 grade 3 (impaired ROM) fibrosis.78 Similar to the findings associated with cosmetic failure, breast fibrosis developed more commonly in patients treated with additional radiation fields (38 vs. 21 , P 0.001) and in patients who received a boost (33 vs. 22 , P 0.04).