The Curious Man: The Life and Works of Dr. Hans Nieper

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The Curious Man documents Dr. Hans Nieper’s career and extensive experiences at the cutting edge of alternative, innovative, life-saving medicne and clinical research.
This book details the evolution and rise of metabplic medicine as a successful non-toxic alternative to toxic chemotherapy in the treatment of cancer and other life-threatening chronic diseases. Among these are cancer gene-extinguishing and repairing substances: the iridodials; squalene (shark-liver oil); the carnivora plant; didrovaltrate, an herbal extract; acetaldehyde and benzaldehyde; DHEA; the oncostatins; and tumosterone.
In addition, this book describes the highly successful immune-supportive substances developed by Dr. Nieper and now available for use in the United States. The Curious Man documents Dr. Nieper’s success in the treatment of over 3000 multiple scerosis patients from the United States, as well as his success in achieving cancer remissions in a number of cancer patients using non-toxic imuno-suportive drugs and supplements developed by him in Germany.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Medicine Meets Physics
19
Lessons From the Lab
37
Nutrient Metabolism and Transport
53
The Mineral Transporters
63
Preventing and Treating Cardiovascular Disease
77
Detecting and Treating Cancer
97
Understanding and Treating Multiple Sclerosis
127
Fame and Infamy
143
A More Reasoned Approach
163
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