my mother was first diagnosed with emphysema I began researching
the disease online. Every search eventually led back to
a pharmaceutical web site telling the bad news, that the
disease was terminal and the only hope was taking their
medications and slowing its progress.
two and a half years of my mother taking all the prescribed
medications and doing all of the prescribed emphysema treatments
she was noticeably worse. The puzzling aspect to me was
that she had not smoked during that time. I understood that
her emphysema was caused by smoking cigarettes but I also
knew from engineering school that once something is taken
out of the equation it is no longer a factor in the outcome.
Smoking had been taken out of the equation so I knew it
could not be causing her deteriorating condition.
asked the doctor why her emphysema was getting worse so
long after she had quit smoking. He replied, at first, with
some medical rhetoric about the alpha-1-antitrypsin
deficiency stating that it "could be the alpha-1-antitrypsin
this time I had completed more than 3,000 hours of research
on emphysema and knew that this deficiency was a genetic
disorder that generally produced visible symptoms in the
late 20's or early 30's. When I let him know that I knew
of this deficiency and knew this was not my mother's problem.
I told him we both knew my mother's problem was a result
of more than 30 years of smoking cigarettes. He then looked
me right in the eye and told me that the truth was, they
simply did not know why emphysema continued progressing
long after smoking cessation. It was a mystery.
decided right then and there I would continue researching
emphysema from every aspect and perspective until I either
solved the mystery or my mother took her last breath. One
thing I was sure of, the pharmaceutical medications and
treatments only masked symptoms. They provided no lasting
improvement or healing. I later found out when my mother
was in End Stage Emphysema that they one-by-one stopped
working and would not even provide the temporary relief
they once had.
through the grace of God and many hours of prayer, God led
me to the answers. I subsequently developed six general
protocols, the specifics of which, completely reversed my
mother's emphysema. By then I had completed more than 6500
hours of research besides graduate courses in Pathology,
Pulmonary Physiology, Renal Physiology, Cardiac Physiology,
Histology, Human Genetics and Human Anatomy Dissection.
I read countless books during that time from doctors all
over the world. Medical doctors, Osteopaths, Chiropractors,
Naturopaths and Ph.D.'s were among the authors.