Tong Ren Podcast
0080 - Tom Tam (Founder), Tong Ren Healing - 2020-11-05
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About Tom Tam
Tom Tam is a writer, poet, and healer. Born in Tai Shan, China, he came to the United States in 1975 as a political refugee. Since 1982, he has been practicing acupuncture, Tai Chi, and Chi Gong healing with great success.
Tom Tam is a licensed acupuncturist in Massachusetts and has practiced acupuncture in Chinatown, Boston for 25 years. In 1984 Tom trained his students in acupuncture and Tui Na in the Boston area. In the ninety’s, Tom formed his own healing system, and wrote the Tom Tam Healing System (1995). Also he wrote a Chinese healing book, An Zhen – The Palpation diagnose (2005). This book combined the west and east medical knowledge and formed a new theory for the understanding and healing the difficulty disease.
For the last 25 years, Tom has been one of the foremost students of Master Gin Soon Chu, the fifth generation master of traditional Yang family Tai Chi Chuan, who is the descendent of Grandmaster Yang Shou Chong. Tom has taught Tai Chi Chuan for more than 20 years in the greater Boston area. Many of his Tai Chi students are teaching Tai Chi Chuan in America.
In 1987, Tom founded the Boston Chi Gong Center and began training students. The following year, he founded the Oriental Culture Institute and organized the Boston Chi Gong Delegation to China.
In 1988, Tom formed the Boston Chi Gong Delegation and traveled with 23 Tai Chi and Chi Gong students to China.
In 1989 Tom developed his own system for Chi Gong healing, and has trained many Chi Gong healers. In 1994, Tom developed the Tong Ren healing system, and brought a group of students to visit mainland China and Taiwan in order to share his Tong Ren healing method. In Guang Zhou Tradition Chinese Medical College, he demonstrated Tong Ren healing for weight loss, followed by a trip to Taipei to demonstrate Tong Ren’s benefit on leukemia.
In 1992 Tom visited China again, and performed the Tai Chi fast knife in Tai Yuan.
In 1994 he performed the Yang Family Tai Chi fast form in Taipei and won the gold medal. Now Tom is planning to finish his Tai Chi book, Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan.
In 2001, the first Guinea Pig class was formed for treating cancer in Quincy, Massachusetts. Now the Guinea Pig class for healing has spread to many countries around the world.
In July of 2007, Fox News broadcasting produced a news segment based on Tong Ren Healing and the Guinea Pig class. Soon after, PBS requested permission to create a segment based on Tong Ren Healing and is currently making a program with the Guinea Pig class.
Tom continues to practice, teach students, and travel the world to share his dreams.
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Speaker 1 00:03:59 So what started?
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Speaker 1 00:06:10 Because if you will, it's driving you here, Right?
Speaker 0 00:06:28 Cheap. <inaudible>
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Speaker 1 00:07:01 No, you a script boy. <inaudible>
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Speaker 1 00:08:17 Yeah. So you have to try new ways. You have to try everything. So why not? I put it in the pin. You have one pillow. So I put it in here. <inaudible>
Speaker 0 00:08:39 <inaudible>.
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Speaker 2 00:08:56 No chemo. Um, they had me on about 15 different medications for like four years steroids and all kinds of different pills.
Speaker 1 00:09:05 <inaudible> the meal. It's the first.
Speaker 0 00:09:19 Okay.
Speaker 1 00:09:26 But you can feel more warmer. So last night we make more hot stuff.
Speaker 0 00:09:33 Yeah. You can't get too old. Right. <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:09:42 But you get in the field that ran lows, VCs. So Linda, do you see you'll be well on the high performers or then the doula everywhere. Yeah. They said a high-performance. So you can see all the handling. So they vote for the opposite.
Speaker 0 00:10:02 Good,
Speaker 1 00:10:08 Good. You feel good? All right, sir. How are you doing?
Speaker 0 00:10:11 Okay. Do you
Speaker 1 00:10:15 Get the new one or the cheap blood?
Speaker 0 00:10:19 I don't know. Three weeks old. <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:10:30 Careless. Vitamin K. No, we sell $5 one by the minute.
Speaker 0 00:10:36 Okay. And hard to find.
Speaker 1 00:10:43 Wow. <inaudible> $5. <inaudible> <inaudible> <inaudible> <inaudible> I wonder why in America? The thoughts I'm not mentioning the vitamin K is, I don't know if we'll call you.
Speaker 0 00:11:10 Yeah. <inaudible>
Speaker 2 00:11:16 CBS. No, no.
Speaker 1 00:11:18 So we all got on the internet. Yes. It's strange Lady. Now we can see what <inaudible>. So there's a T for keeping me 24.
Speaker 0 00:11:40 Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:11:43 Said suck her thumb. So open the modem clusters. Then yesterday, I thought the one led the main K for the Hopkins. Then I put it free by the main cave free. So all of the Poppins, then she saved my arthritis. Depends cotton. So I say they'd be tried putting ball by the main K C was hipping. So do I have the extra vitamin? K? I don't know how you feel on that.
Speaker 0 00:12:29 <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:12:36 <inaudible> And uh, his per canvas. Um, so this would be putting it all on there. So they said, yeah. So we put yours how you feel. So the whole and the how you feel. Good. You share
Speaker 0 00:13:09 Relaxed
Speaker 1 00:13:11 Molly. We left. We left. All right. How long is this arriving? <inaudible> so they'd be open parotic plane
Speaker 0 00:13:41 In the room.
Speaker 1 00:14:17 I think we used to punch, cut here. How you feel?
Speaker 0 00:14:28 <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:14:35 No bang. Good. Doing good. Yeah.
Speaker 0 00:14:38 That's very good. My issue is my tension with the lightheadedness. If I lay down my head in here, I feel the blood. It makes me dizzy. It's like love
Speaker 3 00:14:52 <inaudible> on the side. On the side. That's my issue is like, if I go there, when I laid down, because <inaudible> can going back to normal grad class, <inaudible> not too bad. <inaudible> and the people on the internet authorizers <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:15:56 Yes, I did. I, yeah. I feel like no pain at all in the morning. Like when I usually, when I get up my <inaudible>, but I forgot it. The money or what? I love that. Definitely at home, But overall huge improvement. Yeah. Yeah. With the clip that you gave me last week that you let me use <inaudible>. Yeah. Okay. Yes, But I still need the green pill. Cause you were out last week. <inaudible> Son today.
Speaker 3 00:17:18 Greenville,
Speaker 4 00:17:24 Big green one. I don't know which one's out.
Speaker 3 00:17:29 <inaudible> K come see him a model by the men. And they started saying go over there. They show obviously the Chinese <inaudible> come back. My shoulder is always hurting, hurting <inaudible>
Speaker 5 00:18:17 Hi.
Speaker 3 00:18:24 Okay. Beautiful. When you pulled on the arch point, <inaudible> that's a new idea on the brain, on the opposite side. So you feel gone? Yes. <inaudible> uh, that's gonna be enough, but it's actually called the olfactory nerve and the medical box <inaudible> booked in the loop, but <inaudible> the day I did it. Wasn't the case. So you had to see what <inaudible> may have no friends and Kelsey vacation. How are you feeling?
Speaker 6 00:20:09 <inaudible> relaxed more so than I have said this weeks. I just feel like this, like an amazing company.
Speaker 3 00:20:24 So you like my <inaudible>, but I <inaudible> before master fee. So, but I know more people
Speaker 0 00:20:50 <inaudible> Last one. Which one is
Speaker 1 00:21:04 That? <inaudible> So, uh, it's a two detail from Germany.
Speaker 0 00:21:15 Uh, I don't see Judy, but I do see Nadia scans from her lines in a brain on the way
Speaker 1 00:21:26 <inaudible> from Canada. So yesterday the two people couldn't use pavement and losing both is 80%. <inaudible> David from <inaudible> his cousin. So meat, you put 80% corn. There's a lot, a lot of good meals, but no, we are used by the main Kelly. Sam <inaudible> that you can put your on there.
Speaker 0 00:22:14 Yeah,
Speaker 1 00:22:15 Because she was said the best <inaudible>.
Speaker 0 00:22:23 I mean, I feel my friends. She is just so calm. I'm going to stop coming here.
Speaker 1 00:22:33 No, the price is going up. Right? Okay. Let me <inaudible>. So you wrote for me.
Speaker 0 00:22:50 Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:22:55 So nah, we throw him more. This is getting C's B's really open. The prophet said vacation where I was in friends from the bowl for, um, any Kelsey area
Speaker 0 00:23:15 Knots in the muscle
Speaker 1 00:23:17 Because the muscle, this should not have the calcium <inaudible> that'd be found on the mammogram. I love the calcium and deposit. They're no good. So if I'm not on the tumor, Kelsey, so we don't want to destroy the calcium inside the tube, mammogram that putting it off <inaudible> and no more put off it. So <inaudible> cause that Broncos. So we needed to solve up the council by case.
Speaker 4 00:23:58 So there is calcification in the tendons and ligaments, but not the muscle.
Speaker 1 00:24:04 The muscle is soft,
Speaker 4 00:24:06 But the tendons might have calcium.
Speaker 1 00:24:08 Yes. Because the venue is doing the tonight. You can feel the crappy, the cramping, maybe <inaudible> you do then they still there. But my, the main K like the Cougar Cola, you put the Cola Coda on and absorbs it. No, the rusty is gone. Right. So <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:24:44 Right, right, right. So what absorbs the, it gets rid of the calcification.
Speaker 1 00:24:51 I don't know, like Coca Cola and you put it on <inaudible> that's the opposite side. <inaudible> offsite in the wrong for us to <inaudible>. Yeah, but vitamin K, but I forget the calcium. So it'd be boy. Oh, okay. $80. I think that for you <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:25:41 So the calcium palsy, you're still using them because
Speaker 1 00:25:45 <inaudible> by the Mackay, basically off <inaudible> athletes on the boat, they can absorb more calcium, but on the tennis, I mean the Grumman day they can, after they come off and got there and luck belong to that area. So I say athletes they'll run away. So it tries to explain it, be a book on fields. <inaudible> opposite side <inaudible> or they're so, so <inaudible> that's inside.
Speaker 0 00:27:04 I was hearing better than I never heard it before.
Speaker 3 00:27:08 <inaudible>
Speaker 0 00:27:10 <inaudible> and I'll be here. <inaudible>
Speaker 3 00:27:19 Well, you never listen to me. You don't do that.
Speaker 1 00:27:30 <inaudible> <inaudible> area for the hearing and hearing a lot of times the ear problem is the brain. So understanding the sun. So this, the area, the over the here. So be open both sides. <inaudible> So you like job?
Speaker 0 00:28:12 Yes.
Speaker 1 00:28:16 I tell you a life. You know the hippies bro.
Speaker 3 00:28:25 Great Christmas present guests.
Speaker 0 00:28:40 Try it one more time. Put your arm back
Speaker 1 00:28:56 Size. Online. Um, internet. Yes. C L L leukemia. Yes <inaudible>.
Speaker 0 00:29:15 Okay.
Speaker 1 00:29:19 <inaudible> Because I just said crazy items too. So someday I like the user. I see what's happening. Yeah.
Speaker 6 00:29:48 So it seems like the vitamins, both, you both absorb what you need and you get rid of right.
Speaker 1 00:29:57 They didn't know how the adjust.
Speaker 6 00:30:01 I love that.
Speaker 1 00:30:11 <inaudible>
Speaker 6 00:30:22 <inaudible> rights.
Speaker 1 00:30:27 <inaudible> Um, More because they sell over in the Auburn area. So by being here, they're uh, probably two chapters. So, because I love that <inaudible> already, so are you doing good? So yeah, so it may be an old one is, uh, uh, GSP 13. <inaudible> they, they inside <inaudible> all right. Then you go off to get open the hippocampus and the evening time.
Speaker 6 00:32:30 So the hippocampus you open with the gallbladder.
Speaker 1 00:32:34 Yes. Thanks Trump. So yeah, long call and we make it the galaxy tool really <inaudible> or the patent arrived. So then the copyright councilor China, and maybe not even Hong Kong <inaudible> so I'm not including in Europe because in Europe, you know the news
Speaker 4 00:33:09 Yes. That they're incorporating time run into medical.
Speaker 1 00:33:15 Yes. So clarity, quiet the cost of a nice. So that is the beginning. Yes.
Speaker 4 00:33:30 So the copyright is, um, or the patent is for the olfactory nerve or for the galaxy.
Speaker 1 00:33:36 Can I see one and two, because we are neither of us because <inaudible> a lot of people want to copy
Speaker 4 00:33:47 Ours. Yeah. So
Speaker 1 00:33:49 When they're copying, then they say, Hey mate.
Speaker 4 00:33:54 Right? So they get the whole entanglement with the university.
Speaker 1 00:33:58 People steal our idea, but you cannot steal.
Speaker 4 00:34:05 Yes, exactly.
Speaker 1 00:34:09 This is what we do. Or hire a lawyer.
Speaker 4 00:34:11 Yeah, exactly. Easy, simple, easy.
Speaker 1 00:34:15 Is Bruce there also, if you put the lung cancer <inaudible> So how you feel before you call the new clue, but you feel good? So there's on the brain holding a long one long to rise. So are you feeling the now nice <inaudible> Oh, you put the clip on. Yeah.
Speaker 0 00:35:52 <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:35:57 <inaudible> stuff.
Speaker 0 00:36:06 I laid it on my shoulder playing football years ago.
Speaker 1 00:36:12 Oh, I would say move from there.
Speaker 0 00:36:16 <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:36:23 Wow. Any failure completely besides your mom
Speaker 0 00:36:30 <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:36:34 Yes. <inaudible> so it was so wrong to Russ and the <inaudible> right side is the right side. So awesome. <inaudible> so long. The russet Can use the left motor cortex too, for that open society. Yeah. Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:37:22 So it was a beautiful laugh. What you're doing, but yeah, one thing is in Italy, they tried to make the law or the outcome, the medical school being quiet or offer the tome rain calls. Yes. So logging 200 doctors inside play in our conference in <inaudible> and reverse <inaudible>. But only the thing is <inaudible> a <inaudible> system then <inaudible> that's exactly right where system? No one, nothing apart. The nut said the pharmaceutical company, because the drug company control everything and not allowed to let aside the doctors to be certain that the system, right. My doctor said, I don't know what you're doing, but keep doing it. You can't believe the change. Yes. So waking up then, Hey, how about the note system? Right? Those are all the no way. It's the hot gun, but the, the, all of them, no knowledge about the nerve. How can you be a doctor? Right. So angry thoughts. The ways my nut symbol questions. You have soda ways. My long russet luck. Right? So last Wednesday beer, one could argue, it will be a Doppler. <inaudible> my soda is my, from I long to rasa, they don't know what do.
Speaker 4 00:39:14 Oh, right, right. Plus all the other nerves.
Speaker 1 00:39:17 <inaudible> right. So how many in the audit is? No. All use the knowledge of the long Russ in the audits. No way. Is it canvas? Why there so many people have outside, but this is because there is the hippocampus. We need the knowledge. You need them.
Speaker 4 00:39:41 Oh, vacation in the hippocampus as well for like Alzheimer's,
Speaker 1 00:39:47 Uh, I have all the dementia from the hippocampus, calcification meet the law, but they know there is damage,
Speaker 4 00:39:59 But
Speaker 1 00:40:00 Maybe for a, my case or maybe from whatever. But when you open it, that's the assignment. Dementia is up here. Memory come back and it's press that. Is the scrubbing, the trauma or the memory or in April. Yeah. So how many people ever a trauma popper. So maybe it's <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:40:31 It's bad enough that all medical doctors don't know the nervous system, but neurologists, nerve doctors do not know the nervous.
Speaker 1 00:40:38 And he thought that this was <inaudible>. You must need to know when the hunger, your stomach, you must know the stomach. Look <inaudible>. He sees <inaudible> from the medical book. <inaudible> so look, that's the only the file payments.
Speaker 4 00:41:17 He has been more receptive to the sun, the normal,
Speaker 1 00:41:20 Hey, how are you doing?
Speaker 4 00:41:25 He left since I've been here. I have a pain in my today,
Speaker 0 00:41:34 Last night. So you know what she has, right? Tom, the carcinoma. You can tell the disease. I had stage four cancer last year surgery. So I have cancer right here in the front too.
Speaker 3 00:41:58 Okay. You move the crypto then there? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, because it's, <inaudible>
Speaker 0 00:42:12 The skirt tissue from the surgery in the stomach time, you know, down, turn it around the other way. So the lens is funny. Every time I looked down from the desk. So I can't see. Yeah.
Speaker 3 00:42:29 There you go. Okay. <inaudible> both sides. It's Vegas. I will see you. I hear you. Well, now you put our glasses on.
Speaker 0 00:43:09 Do we have, we have a whole bunch right here.
Speaker 3 00:43:12 Yeah. See what they're paying. So weighs the most <inaudible> okay. So yeah, when the Vegas <inaudible> <inaudible> a lot like sarcoma, right? And similar. Yes. Yes. But only the shape of the tumor changes of the spread. As much as <inaudible> they spray. That's why they go to heal because they don't know where they come from.
Speaker 6 00:44:35 How are you feeling now?
Speaker 3 00:44:40 <inaudible> live in this 14.
Speaker 6 00:45:06 It's gone. Almost done.
Speaker 3 00:45:07 <inaudible>
Speaker 6 00:45:19 No, no, no cancer
Speaker 3 00:45:21 Here. Now the
Speaker 6 00:45:23 Surgery down here, Tom. She had uterine
Speaker 3 00:45:28 Down here. So she's got a scab over there. Yeah.
Speaker 6 00:45:31 Yes.
Speaker 3 00:45:44 <inaudible>. So the first three months ago, I'm the Guinea pig. Number one for Keller.
Speaker 6 00:45:58 Yes.
Speaker 3 00:45:59 I'm the Guinea pig one, but that's not what we're doing.
Speaker 6 00:46:05 <inaudible>
Speaker 3 00:46:08 No, no. I tell you a true <inaudible> picture. You know how you feel the bad? Nah.
Speaker 6 00:46:39 It's like barely even there
Speaker 3 00:46:48 Open the frame. <inaudible>
Speaker 6 00:46:52 So the diaphragm <inaudible>
Speaker 3 00:47:10 It was his shoulder. They should put vitamin K or calcium in his clip. Both for the shoulder pain. A lot of the people now begin to put the calcium in the lie, the main K and <inaudible>. So can you possibly like more ourselves? That's what she also wants to <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:47:34 On the CMB. Yes. They said, yeah. But since then you <inaudible>. So you can feel dependence call, but the sensation comes back down. So try everything, right?
Speaker 4 00:47:51 Yes. And he's got those already in the club, right? Didn't you put vitamin K or calcium and Bruce's club because they have one already. I don't, I don't know.
Speaker 1 00:48:06 Monday, last Monday we are beginning the first one. <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:48:13 So they need to put in some in their club. Yes. Yeah.
Speaker 6 00:48:25 Yay. Great. She's been training like crazy
Speaker 1 00:49:01 <inaudible> yes.
Speaker 6 00:49:30 Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:49:30 No. Getting the blood move better than not the thing that, uh, the leg kills your vacation also. <inaudible> that's what we use on the optimal <inaudible> this is what we do. How are you feeling?
Speaker 6 00:49:57 I feel this loosening up more. We're to do it too, but
Speaker 1 00:50:08 Let me try to do a bowl. So we are over a long to run, say, uh, Mandurah, both sides, The internet, Uh <inaudible> for the prostate and Linda crave. They're also For their bladder cancer. I see no more things. And so we opened the <inaudible>.
Speaker 6 00:51:11 All right.
Speaker 1 00:51:42 And over in the CV for CV,
Speaker 6 00:51:57 This is good for the kidneys. The prostate, the bladder.
Speaker 1 00:52:00 Yes. <inaudible>. <inaudible> that stomach? The fall spring,
Speaker 6 00:52:16 Fall.
Speaker 1 00:52:20 Jean didn't come. And Jean also lymphoma
Speaker 6 00:52:28 So much better. And that's karate plan is good for everybody.
Speaker 1 00:52:51 So how have you doing any news on you?
Speaker 6 00:52:56 It's good.
Speaker 1 00:53:05 You're doing good. Good. All right. So let be praying. Tuna is the occipital, him, the roof. We have a toolkit in <inaudible> STEM. The one from <inaudible>. Yeah.
Speaker 6 00:53:29 Great. Better. So much better. Wow. Great.
Speaker 1 00:53:36 But we can see by the eyes that big chin, if I still need that office, then another one is the one mom. No more season one. We used to do every day in the season. Knowledge to not even seal the blood pressure.
Speaker 4 00:53:54 Sure. No more seizures. Yeah. Wow. That's great. That's really good.
Speaker 1 00:54:01 I wonder all of the good news. Keep coming in com.
Speaker 6 00:54:04 Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:54:12 How you do it. All right. What is the PSA? He's playing fine. It's not too bad. So <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:54:30 Of course now they say it's terrible. Right? The doctors say that all in long, long, long way. Used to be acceptable though. Yes. You so 10 minutes
Speaker 1 00:54:40 That 10 is long. Then they dropped on a normal, then dropped down to six normal that drops down to four, two or three years ago. And therefore the talk let's say <inaudible> so you'll still be on the 10 it's long. So
Speaker 4 00:55:03 Many years ago. They said that. Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:55:09 Yeah. Hey <inaudible> classroom. <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:55:18 Just like cholesterol numbers.
Speaker 1 00:55:22 <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:55:26 90 over Snyder's saying no, which is crazy. <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:55:35 Uh, the people <inaudible> <inaudible>
Speaker 4 00:55:47 Then you have a stroke because they're so afraid that it's low blood pressure. <inaudible>
Speaker 1 00:55:56 Police go first, right? Yes. <inaudible>.
Speaker 4 00:56:04 Yeah. They won't be able to do the job and go to sleep.
Speaker 1 00:56:09 So depending on who you believe, no I'm gonna say is, do not. So some people believe in a long time, but number scares you <inaudible> spend that one for the <inaudible> one for the pressure cholesterol.
Speaker 4 00:56:45 Okay. Yes. Right? Yes. Is exactly one 40 is too low. Right? Right. But here it's normal.
Speaker 1 00:56:56 Yeah. He got that one. You go to 100 or <inaudible> or not.
Speaker 4 00:57:04 And the statins can cause the construction and the brain blood vessels as a side effect. It's just, it's all about fear with the medical. That's where we have to come up.
Speaker 1 00:57:17 Yes. All right, sir. How are you doing?
Speaker 4 00:57:26 Yay. That's great. Three weeks. No, he hasn't gone. Yes. Yes. He was coming here for a long time, but then
Speaker 1 00:57:40 Not too long, but he know us long time. So I'm going to skip those. Skip me aside.
Speaker 4 00:57:49 So you're doing well.
Speaker 1 00:57:51 He threw a full time transfusion
Speaker 4 00:57:57 Therapy
Speaker 1 00:57:58 Guaranteed by giving team. We trust him. If you do a lot, who threw a four time? Also January John, the tiny Scott <inaudible> $2 million.
Speaker 4 00:58:18 What? John man, he had
Speaker 1 00:58:20 Lung cancer, lung cancer. <inaudible> but on the Mo on the book, the menu, all it say only made a lot, 2.8 months. That pharmaceutical company, two years too long and two. Yes, no more immune to failure. It's so interesting. You threw a full time, the music, everything
Speaker 4 00:58:49 Did you, how many times have you done immunotherapy? Like sessions. Okay.
Speaker 0 00:58:53 <inaudible> which you had massive chemo and then you start to, so they've taken out of you and you don't want that
Speaker 4 00:59:07 From the transfusion, the bare bone marrow
Speaker 0 00:59:10 Transplants. Well, it's
Speaker 1 00:59:13 Cut the news. Let's see meals. <inaudible>
Speaker 3 00:59:26 I know. So the bottom line, what? They're <inaudible> so they never tell you. They know <inaudible> you're a good tax payer. Awesome. So no more than $2 million. Yeah. So all this time we kept him alive through all the non-US all the <inaudible>. I get the best thought that man, come on then to not have the knowledge either. Right? So the things that I look the menu are half a million. It's a big money making industry. But how are you doing now? Now he played the golf or you played golf
Speaker 4 01:00:22 Was the first time in a year. He doesn't have to go to the hospital next week.
Speaker 3 01:00:28 <inaudible>
Speaker 4 01:00:44 <inaudible> to do a transplant.
Speaker 3 01:00:56 Why? We say no? Why? Because it's a lot of money. Half a million. Okay. <inaudible> how many people would thrive? Julian? The mouse. Why only one-third one-third one-third <inaudible> why do you know? How was that? Yes. Then they use the <inaudible> choice. One third, one third, right? You'll know the Russell <inaudible> twice <inaudible> children because you can play <inaudible> whatever. So what the people, what they thought during the process of getting <inaudible> during the treatment you'll die during one of these sentence. No, I prayed the call while I'm not able to enjoy my life. Right. But the people said no, that nothing, nothing. <inaudible> then you listen to, so they call anger,
Speaker 1 01:02:20 Fear and frozen. So you're my frozen. He took with them. They could do anything. Luckily he knows
Speaker 4 01:02:29 <inaudible> yes.
Speaker 1 01:02:35 So Hey, if you bred the cough, why not?
Speaker 4 01:02:39 So that's what he wants. That's what <inaudible>
Speaker 1 01:02:44 <inaudible> yo <inaudible> I go with you because there flows, it flows. So I can tell you they stop the eggs, run the medical, but you know, I thought I'd never tell you, no matter what I asked you, I thought, what is the percentage during the treatment? You die from the trip. Then you commit the season.
Speaker 4 01:03:13 They know they don't say 33%. They do not tell you just like all <inaudible>
Speaker 1 01:03:23 <inaudible> treatment. Yeah.
Speaker 4 01:03:28 Right, right, right. But they don't see. Yes.
Speaker 1 01:03:32 We just said one time in Quincy. So that is so why? Because <inaudible> good. The salt, but then you go through the head right away. They get that in factor inflammation. Okay.
Speaker 4 01:03:52 So what happened? They got what? After they were already,
Speaker 1 01:03:55 You can not hundred percent.
Speaker 4 01:03:57 The bone marrow transplant.
Speaker 1 01:04:00 Only the chemo, the chemo that's a hospital or a hospital. <inaudible> that's it. Boom. Yeah. What can you, what can you say? So you're saying not to said because they not tell you that. True. We need to know the truth, right? <inaudible>
Speaker 4 01:04:23 It's also hard to ask doctors.
Speaker 1 01:04:26 What is my hope? What is the evidence? That percent <inaudible> go through the internet, correct? They ain't going to have all this stuff in there before.
Speaker 4 01:04:41 Right? The risks that you've checked with, the procedures they want you to do, they make so much money.
Speaker 1 01:04:48 That's author. See the doctor a lot dangerous to the victim wall because some of the other people thought it from the preface wall, only five, 50, 7,000 people died the whole world, the cornea in the war and only 54,000 people died. How many of you will die idea from a male 400,420,000.
Speaker 3 01:05:20 But that's how people keep saying how cool. But <inaudible> or <inaudible> Lake side. Put the clip on the left side. Put your clip on the left side of your brain.
Speaker 6 01:06:01 Okay.
Speaker 3 01:06:05 Oh, right. <inaudible>
Speaker 6 01:06:13 Okay.
Speaker 3 01:06:15 Autism, <inaudible> more blood to the brain. This is unusual. <inaudible>
Speaker 6 01:08:14 <inaudible>
Speaker 0 01:09:37 <inaudible>.
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