Sunday, July 15, 2007

Chemotherapy Patients are Speaking Up about an Amazing New Product

Chemotherapy Patients are Speaking Up about an Amazing New Product

Chemotherapy patients are speaking up about an amazing product that is making a world of difference for them. A product that made them feel better and live a better life.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2008

Chemotherapy patients are speaking up about an amazing product that is making a world of difference for them. Now sold in the USA, chemotherapy patients everywhere are benefiting from this product and sharing with the rest of the world.

LifeMel Honey has been tested with great results in a clinical study published in Medical Oncology, but getting the word out is not always so easy. However, in this case clients are also willing to give testimonials to help other chemotherapy patients; giving them advice about a product that made them feel better and live a better life.

Steven Raynor, from England, reported that while on chemotherapy and taking LifeMel Chemo Support Honey "my blood levels stayed up". Now that he's off chemotherapy he feels great and travels back and forth from Florida to England. Also, since he's no longer on chemotherapy, he's excited to start using LifeMel Immune, the post chemo treatment honey which strengthens the immune system. Happy to share his experience, he passes on the benefits he's received from LifeMel Honey.

Lea writes, "When beginning the treatments, I started taking a tablespoon of Life-Mel once a day and at some point, the oncologist even told me: 'you are responding as if you had taken water.' It also helped me recover from the weakness I felt right after each chemotherapy treatment - it was simply amazing! Since then, I would always highly recommend the product each time I had the possibility of helping other women. It gave me what I needed at the right time."

David Heller contributes by saying, "I've used the product for a year now and I plan on continuing using it. I definitely feel good and so there's no reason why I should stop."

Ester shares, "Having been recommended the honey by friends who are ill with cancer and have been using Life-Mel and, in doing so, have spared themselves the very severe side-effects, I decided to try out this product. I experienced very positive effects when using Life-Mel, for example: before taking the special honey, my white blood-cells had dropped to 2-4 and, after taking LifeMel for 5 days, my white blood cells went up to 6.6! I must say that I felt better, stronger and with a greater capacity to function. I am convinced that this information must be published in all the hospitals and medical institutions treating people that suffer from severe illnesses, thus much suffering may be spared from the patients."

So whether it is important to have a tested and proven medical study or recovering patients' testimonials to try an amazing product, is entirely up to the individual. LifeMel Honey has both and many people trust and depend on that.

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Mark Batty Publisher is pleased to announce the summer 2004 publication of “Afrikan Alphabets: The Story of Writing in Afrika” by Saki Mafundikwa

Mark Batty Publisher is pleased to announce the summer 2004 publication of “Afrikan Alphabets: The Story of Writing in Afrika” by Saki Mafundikwa.

African alphabets have a rich cultural and artistic history. Sadly, their story is little known both within and outside of Africa. This beautifully designed and lavishly illustrated book sets the record straight in a way that is easily accessible to everyone.

(PRWEB) May 25, 2004

For the last twenty years, Saki Mafundikwa periodically researched and travelled across the African continent and Diaspora to present an exceptional account of the alphabetsÂ’ history and usage, including entertaining anecdotes and a wealth of highly graphical and attractive illustrations.

Few people realize that African societies were writing before the arrival of Europeans, in fact at the time Europeans “discovered” the Vai script of Liberia in the early 19th century, literacy was more widespread among the Vai people than in certain parts of America and Britain. This reality is completely at odds with the popular “Dark Continent” theory.

Mr. Mafundikwa explains, “The hope is that Afrika is seen in a different light, that the prejudices of the past are finally laid to rest in the trash can of history.” He adds, “The story of writing in Afrika illustrates humanity’s desire to create ways of record-keeping and communication. Sadly, most people do not know of Afrika’s achievements and contributions to history and to humanity. The words “civilization” and “writing”, to many, are synonymous with “Westernization”.

Among the alphabets that are analyzed and illustrated are scripts such as Mende, Vai, Nsibidi, Bamum, Tifinagh; and the Somali and Ethiopian scripts. Other alphabets, syllabaries, paintings, pictographs, ideographs, and symbols are also compared and contrasted.

This beautiful, informative book will be of interest to anyone fascinated with African culture and art. The author adds, “For most of us Afrikans, history was not necessarily OUR story. My book is an attempt at telling a small part of it.”

Saki Mafundikwa is a graphic designer, typographer and design educator. He holds an MFA from Yale University and is the founder and director of the ZIMBABWE INSTITUTE OF VIGITAL ARTS (ZIVA), the first graphic design and new media training college in Zimbabwe.

  • Afrikan Alphabets: The Story of Writing in Afrika
  • Published by Mark Batty Publisher, available nationwide Summer 2004
  • Case bound with dust jacket, priced $34.95
  • ISBN 0-9724240-6-7, 8 X 8 inches, 192 pages