Friday, December 30, 2011

Cancer Info From Johns Hopkins Hoax Email

Saturday, December 24, 2011

The Body Hunters: Testings New Drugs on the World's Poorest Patients

An eye-opening look at Big Pharma's unethical and exploitative drug
trials in the global South.

"Medical research imposes burdens. But generally speaking, we don't
like to know it….If the history of human experimentation tells us
anything, from the bloody vivisections of the first millennium to the
Tuskegee Syphilis Study, it is that such burdens made secret will fall
heaviest on the poorest and most powerless among us."—from The Body

This groundbreaking book reveals the unethical drug-testing practices
of the multinational pharmaceutical industry. In its quest to develop
lucrative new drugs for the world's rich, the industry has turned away
from the health needs of the world's poor. And yet, over the past
decade, Big Pharma has quietly exported its clinical research business
to the global South, where ethical oversight is minimal, and sick,
poor, and desperate patients are abundant.

In The Body Hunters, investigative journalist Sonia Shah shows how the
pharmaceutical industry is using testing procedures in the global
South that would cause scandals in the developed world. In India,
dozens of patients in drug trials have perished suffering deadly side
effects known to the FDA; in Zambia, AIDS babies in clinical trials
have been administered placebos.

The Body Hunters is based on several years of original research and
reporting from Africa and Asia, and describes dozens of trials, as
well as the checkered history of Western medical science in poor

Editorial Reviews
From Publishers Weekly
In a trenchant exposé of a sinister new trend in the pharmaceutical
industry, investigative journalist Shah (Crude: The Story of Oil)
uncovers a series of recent unethical drug trials conducted on
impoverished and sick people in the developing world. Intricately
delineating the causal relationships between past drug scares in
America, such as thalidomide, and Americans' consequent reluctance to
take part in drug testing, Shah demonstrates how a skyrocketing drug
market has accelerated the search for "warm bodies" on which to test
new products. Saying that the drug industry's main interest "is not
enhancing or saving lives but acquiring stuff: data," Shah focuses in
particular on the habitual use of a placebo control group, who receive
little or no medical care. Shah concludes by spotlighting how drug
regulators turn a blind eye to "coercion and misunderstanding between
subjects and researchers," and how researchers actively seek countries
that can provide them with a high death rate, so crucial to their
data. Meticulously researched and packed with documentary evidence,
Shah's tautly argued study will provoke much needed public debate
about this disturbing facet of globalization. (Sept.)

Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier
Inc. All rights reserved.

From Booklist

Journalist Shah isn't afraid to ask hard questions. While
acknowledging that medical science wouldn't be at today's highly
evolved stage without the advantages of centuries of human
experimentation, how moral is it, she ponders, to use humans for
medical and scientific experiments? Her questions get harder when she
exposes the manner in which big pharmaceutical companies conceive,
research, and develop new drugs. Typically, those drugs don't aim to
cure the world's enormous poor-but-sick population. Too often, the
goal is to create not new but copycat drugs to prolong the lives of
America's wealthy elderly population at the direct expense of people
in Third World nations. With references to medical experimentation's
grim history, including Nazi concentration-camp inmate "studies" and
the Tuskegee syphilis study, Shah reveals how the poor, under
informed, or simply powerless have born the weight of medical
advances. The story is as big as the issue is complex, and Shah's
heavily documented account endeavors to be evenhanded, given what are
clearly her own feelings about the topic. Donna Chavez
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved

About the Author
› Visit Amazon's Sonia Shah Page
Sonia Shah is a science writer and critically acclaimed author whose
writing has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles
Times, The Nation, New Scientist and elsewhere. Her latest book is
"The Fever: How Malaria Has Ruled Humankind for 500,000 Years" from
Sarah Crichton Books/Farrar, Straus & Giroux (July 2010).

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

H5N1 Censorship Controversy at Scientific Journals

Monday, December 19, 2011

Case #2 in my book - Stomach ache

I happened to work with a Chemical Engineer for a few days. It took me about a couple of hours to give him the instruction how to treat pain and/or disease using KOSA with fingers only. A couple of weeks later, he sent me a thank you email stating that he had a stomach ache and used KOSA finger pinching on FIRE point of his Stomach BONGHAN DUCT at his left ankle and the ache went away immediately and never come back.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Case #1 in my book - Sinusitis

Case #1 in my book - Sinusitis
On a cold winter day, I met a lady in a rental car lot in Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport in Tennessee. She had a runny nose due to sinusitis and told me that it gets worse during the winter. I asked her to give me her right arm. As soon as I pinched her WATER point of her Lung BONGHAN DUCT with my fingers a few times, she told me that she felt warmness in her chest and nasal discharge had disappeared.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Occupy Wall Street

The Occupy Wall Street protest has inspired a nationwide movement in the spirit of Wisconsin. 

But there has been a powerful backlash against peaceful protesters who are using both their right to public assembly and tactics of nonviolent civil disobedience to call attention to the unhealthy influence Wall Street and large corporations have on our democracy. 

In the past few weeks, we've seen the police employ brutal techniques on protesters who were peacefully assembling. And in the last 24 hours, Mayor Bloomberg appeared poised to kick the protesters out of the park that has served as their base of operations in an attempt to shut the protests down. 

The Mayor backed down, but only after massive amounts of public pressure. We need to keep it up. 

Tell Mayor Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Kelly: Respect the Occupy Wall Street protesters' constitutional right to peaceful assembly. 

Click the link below for more information and an easy way to take action.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

CA Continuting Education Class every Saturyday starting from Sat. 11/19/2011

CA Acupuncture Board has approved the CE course for 'NeedleLess Acupuncture utilizing KOSA (Korean Orthodox Saahm Acupuncture)'.
For details, please refer to the web site below and the forum at the web site.


Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Looking for the translators

My book is being translated into below languages.

Catalan, French, German, Indonesian, Spanish and Swedish.

I am looking for the volunteers to translate my English book into other languages than the above.

Please email me at

Friday, September 23, 2011

My book has been completed.

I am glad that the book has been completed.
I need to get ISBN number and copy right.
I have not decided whether I would publish the paper books or not.
Also, I am thinking of increasing the price soon.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Hidden Obamacare Secret: "RFID Chip Implants" Mandatory for All by March 23, 2013

Please search "03/21/2010 mandatory chip" on internet.
The following link is one of them.
By 03/23/2013, US citizens shall have RFID chip implanted, which will connect you with your bank debit card.
What a horrible world.
I might have to give up US citizenship if I could avoid it by doing that.,_2013.html

Thursday, September 1, 2011

progress of my book

I have just completed my review on my book.
The next step would be fine-comb-reviewing as per recommendations by my friends and the final stage would be indexing.

I am considering two things as below.
1. Publishing the book by eBook only.
2. Price change from $20.00 to $25.00 or $30.00

I would appreciate any recommendations and/or suggestions very much in advance.

Friday, August 26, 2011

the progress of my book

Gilbert, who is the main reviewer of the manuscript just told me that he is finished with his work.
My goal is to complete the review including Gilbert's work by end of this month.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Translation of my book

A French gentleman has just joined my group of translators to help me translating my book into French.
The translation of my book will be in French, German, Indonesian, and Spanish by end of this year.
Please let me know if you are interested of joining this group.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Have started to sell manuscript of my book.

Please refer to below.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Stop the Elephant Rides at California County Fairs

Friday, July 8, 2011

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS or Spastic colon)

In progress of adding a treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS or Spastic colon) to my book, "The Silver Bullet, The KOSA" as of 07/07/2011.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The manuscript of the book, "The Silver Bullet, The KOSA"

The manuscript of the book, "The Silver Bullet, The KOSA" has been completed and will be reviewed by a couple of my friends.

the treatment on Multiple Sclerosis

As of Wed. 07/06, the treatment on Multiple Sclerosis has been added to my book, "The Silver Bullet, The KOSA".

Multiple Sclerosis

As of Wed. 07/06, I am in progress of adding the treatment on Multiple Sclerosis in my book, "The Silver Bullet, The KOSA".

Thursday, June 30, 2011

To my possible readers of my book, ,

 To who are interested in totally different world of acupuncture.
It is to provide the guidance to the ordinary people with no knowledge on acupuncture and healthcare providers, like chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists, acupuncturists and etc.
Also it includes the methods of using fingers, permanent magnets and rods (forks, chopsticks, car keys, door keys and etc.) instead of needles.
No needles.

Please click below link for more details.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Man robs bank to get medical care in jail

Man robs bank to get medical care in jail

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Genesis of Eden

Acupuncture Points - What shapes are they? How big are they? How deep are they located?

Are they in two dimensions? If so, what would be the diameters of them?
Are they in three dimensions? If so, what shapes are they? A sphere, disk, cylinder, or pyramid?
How big are they?
And, how deep they are located at?
If you vary the insertion depths of needles depending on symptoms or patients, they must be so big that they can easily be identified by x-say, CAT scan, or MRI scan or even visually.
FYI, the meridian has never been physically identified again after Bonghan Kim's research.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Acupuncture May Be Safe Alternative for Depression During Pregnancy

Name Dropping, May 22, 2011: Param Therapeutic Center opens doors

DIYacu Logo Free Acupuncture Press Needles from

An alternative to pet pain: Doggy Acupuncture

Gordon, bless him, is satisfied... and so am I

Making a point of good therapy

Richmond Chiropractor Redesigns Website to Educate Patients.

Richmond Chiropractor Redesigns Website to Educate Patients.

9,000 needles, the movie

Saturday, May 14, 2011

The Silver Bullet, The KOSA will be available soon.

The book, 'The Silver Bullet, The KOSA (Korean Orthdox Saahm Acupuncture) will be available soon.