Debra Soul Returns to CUTV News Radio

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2018 / — When you find yourself in the offices of an energy healer, it’s often because you’ve tried everything else. It requires a leap of faith for the healer as well as the healed, the faith that you can feel better again.

Let the angels take the wheel. Debra Soul has put her faith in angels for over 20 years to deliver a unique form of energy healing. Soul is a holistic master angel healer and the founder of Heal By Soul, where she draws on the power of source and angels to clear your physical, emotional and karmic imbalance.

“You may perceive angel as anything you want to be. It’s more about the intensity of your intention,” says Soul. “You have to be open to it or it’s not going to work. You have to take that leap of faith to believe that you can get better.”

In session, Soul uses the Heal By Soul modality, which she developed. This is where the client begins to learn about their mission and what’s been preventing them from stepping into their power. With the protection of light and love, Soul invites her angels to connect with your angels to work together.

“We come to this world to learn our lessons, but most people don’t understand they even have a mission. They are lost. They are stuck. They have no intention. With Heal By Soul I connect your past soul with your soul on this earth to complete your soul and remember the blueprint that you came into this life with.”

Soul has recently written a book of her experiences, also titled Heal By Soul. In the book, Soul shares her story and teaches readers how they can change their life simply through changing their awareness.

“The whole book was angel-guided. In fact, it was like taking dictation from the angels,” says Soul. “I am blessed to work with the angelic realm. The angels transformed my life and helped me step into the power. What the angels have given to me I want to give to people so there can be more healing throughout the world.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Debra Soul in a five-part interview with Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn on Thursday, November 1st at 12pm EDT, Thursday, November 8th at 12pm EST, Thursday, November 15th at 12pm EST, Thursday, November 29th at 12pm EST, and Thursday, December 6th at 12pm EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

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Aspen Regenerative Medicine has a natural solution for shoulder pain and osteoarthritis with cord blood

With regenerative therapy, I want to give patients a natural method of restoring mobility without having to turn to long-term medications or undergo costly surgical procedures.”

— Dr. Julian Gershon

ASPEN, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2018 / — The Aspen Institute of Regenerative Medicine provides orthopedic relief from shoulder pain through umbilical cord blood stem cell therapy. Through umbilical cord blood, orthopedic patients can avoid more invasive methods of treatment by using regenerative cells to restore mobility and functionality in knees, hips, and other regions. Tendon and ligament injury such as knee injuries, tendon injuries and tennis elbow may be treated with umbilical cord blood allografts. Dr. Julian Gershon has taken the effectiveness of umbilical cord blood on shoulder injuries into account by giving patients a cutting-edge solution to symptoms of musculoskeletal conditions.

Umbilical cord blood is blood that remains from the placenta and umbilical cord that contains key elements found in whole blood such as red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, platelets and hematopoietic stem cells. The hematopoietic stems cells found in cord blood are a source of proteins and growth factors that can be utilized to regulate blood production and cell formation. By creating and regenerating new blood cells in the target area, these pluripotent stem cells can effectively revitalize inflamed and damaged tissue, particularly in muscles that are affected by osteoarthritis and damage to the rotator cuff.

Because the shoulder is composed of several joints, tendons and muscles, the wide range of motion that the shoulder is capable of places it at risk for problems varying from instability to impingement. There can be several causes for shoulder pain in general, but two conditions that affect people the hardest are osteoarthritis and rotator cuff injuries. Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage in your joints begin to wear down, resulting in swelling, pain and a limited range of movement. The repetitive use of shoulder joints paired up with the deterioration of joint tissue through aging are the primary causes for osteoarthritis in the shoulder region. Meanwhile, rotator cuff abrasions are tied directly to physical activity. With repetitive overhead motions or severe shoulder injuries, damage to the rotator cuff tissue can materialize, provoking a dull ache deep in the shoulder that makes it difficult to move your arm or put pressure on it while you sleep.

While some are able to recover quickly from rotator cuff injuries with physical therapy exercises that improve flexibility and strength of the muscles surrounding the shoulder joint or treat osteoarthritis with prescription medication, there is an ideal solution through cord blood. Dr. Gershon emphasizes its status as a natural choice for recovery by stating that “with regenerative therapy, I want to give patients a natural method of restoring mobility without having to turn to long-term medications or undergo costly surgical procedures.” Rather than undergoing rigorous treatment options with addictive medication or Corticosteroid shots that can cause nerve and bone damage, cord blood allografts rebuild lowered cell counts in the shoulder or rotator cuff area, releasing proteins and other factors to activate endogenous repair and treat inflammation and tissue damage. The regenerative qualities in the nutrients and stem cells found in cord blood stimulate cellular production to assist in reducing inflammation, easing pain and recovering injuries to the shoulder tissue. Cartilage and surrounding tissue are restored to its most optimal state through cord blood’s regenerative qualities.

About Dr. Julian Robert Gershon Jr. DO, FAOASM ABAARM

Dr. Julian Robert Gershon Jr. DO, FAOASM ABAARM, owner of the Aspen Institute for Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, is triple board certified in Family Medicine, Sports Medicine and Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Gershon achieved his medical degree at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his internship at Flint Osteopathic Hospital in Flint, Michigan. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice, is a fellow of the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine and served on their Board of Directors for twelve years. He was the head team physician for University of North Texas for over twenty years, a resident physician at the U.S. Olympic training center in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1993, the team physician for the U.S. Olympic Judo team from 1993-2000 and the team physician at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia and traveled to Chile with the U.S. Freestyle ski team during the summer of 2006. In addition to serving as a team physician for local high schools in Northern Texas, he has also covered professional wrestling events for the WWE at Dallas events and traveled with the Unlimited Hydroplane Racing Commission, performing on-water rescue and tending to athletic and medical injury/illnesses for their drivers. Dr. Gershon was recently awarded a fellowship in Stem Cell therapy by the American Academy of Antiaging and Regenerative Medicine. This prestigious award signifies years of advanced stem cell training.

About Aspen Institute for Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine

The Aspen Institute for Antiaging & Regenerative Medicine Experience specializes in anti-aging and regenerative medicine at the relaxed, beautiful mountain setting of Aspen, Colorado. With stem cell and PRP therapy, owner Dr. Julian R. Gershon, Jr., DO, FAOASM, ABAARM has personally performed regenerative therapy treatments for orthopedic procedures, hair restoration and skin rejuvenation. Additionally, their all-inclusive program is tailored to each patient and includes stem cell therapy, bio-identical hormone therapy via our intensive age management program, PRP facial regeneration, PRP hair regeneration, PRP “O-shot” or “PRP P-shot” for male and female performance enhancement, IV nutrition and vitamin therapy with antioxidant glutathione, customized year-long vitamin and nutrient supplementation, telomere testing to determine biologic age and monitor aging process, genetic testing, food allergy analysis and an environmental toxin assessment. The Aspen Institute for Antiaging and Regenerative Medicine maintains a positive reputation for their commitment to shifting the focus from disease-driven medicine to optimal restorative solutions, treating patients personally and recommending safe programs according to their specific ailments. They strive to offer each patient an experience they expect and deserve from a health professional as their main objective is to help patients live better and longer.

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Dr. Julio Garcia, MD, introduces Cerebrolysin therapy solution at the Regenerative Medicine Institute of Nevada

Using peptides to assist the natural physiologic infrastructure of a patient gives us new options to help our patients.”

— Dr. Julio Garcia

LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2018 / — The Regenerative Medical Institute of Nevada is offering Cerebrolysin along with their regenerative treatment solutions. Cerebrolysin is an in-demand mixture of peptides that can be used to treat stroke, traumatic brain injury and dementia. As a peptide, Cerebrolysin is an amino acid sequence that can signal cells to regulate and rejuvenate functions of the human body linked to neurological conditions. Dr. Julio Garcia has been studying and utilizing Cerebrolysin for its regenerative traits as a peptide solution with the composition suited for protecting the central nervous system.

Cerebrolysin is made up of several neurotrophic factors that are linked together as a compound to direct cells towards the brain. It is composed of biologically active peptides and free amino acids that carry a protective effect for the nervous system. Because Cerebrolysin is able to penetrate the blood-brain barrier, these peptides can reach neurons directly. The neuroprotective properties of this nootropic agent assist the brain in shielding neurons from lactocidosis and prevent free radicals that negatively impact the brain from forming. Cerebrolysin is proven to have neurotrophic behavior similar to nerve growth factors that can cause peripheral and central neuronal stimulation and improve brain activity as it works towards fighting off neurodegenerative conditions. It also enhances efficiency within the brain’s aerobic metabolic processes and improves intracellular peptide synthesis as they work to keep the brain protected from deterioration.

With a wide variety of benefits for neurological conditions, Cerebrolysin grants patients a valuable solution for regenerative therapy. As a member of the International Peptide Society, Dr. Garcia is enthusiastic about the results Cerebrolysin has brought to his patients. “Using peptides to assist the natural physiologic infrastructure of a patient gives us new options to help our patients,” Dr. Garcia states with regards to how peptide therapy has helped to pave the way towards incorporating Cerebrolysin into regenerative treatment. The effects that Cerebrolysin has had to promote neuronal growth and reduce apoptosis has provided positive results to the reaction that the peptide solution has with the central nervous system. Reach out to the Regenerative Medicine Institute of Nevada to learn more about Cerebrolysin, how it functions and how it can help you.

About Julio Garcia, MD

Julio Garcia, MD, founder of the Regenerative Medicine Institute of Nevada (RMIN), is certified in Plastic Surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, an alum from the University of Illinois College of Medicine, a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and a renowned provider of cosmetic and body surgery for patients in Las Vegas, Nevada, across the United States, and in international locations like Italy, Great Britain, and Israel. He is also board-certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and a member of the American Society of Aesthetic Surgeons and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Garcia has previously served on the Board of Trustees of the Clark County Medical Society, vice chief of staff at Humana Sunrise Hospital, and Chief of Plastic Surgery at Humana Sunrise and Valley Hospitals. His facility at RMIN provides support for athletic injuries, chronic and acute conditions, arthritis, and other ailments by utilizing regenerative therapy and peptide therapy.

About Regenerative Medicine Institute of Nevada

Regenerative Medicine Institute of Nevada aims to advance cell technology to improve the body’s ability to regenerate and offer options for patients dealing with diseases that may be aided by access to adult stem cell based regenerative treatment as well as amniotic cells. Patients who seek care at the Regenerative Medicine Institute of Nevada are assessed by Dr. Julio Garcia, a board-certified physician who has been performing regenerative therapy treatments since 2013. The Regenerative Medicine Institute of Nevada prides itself in the care they provide and participates in ongoing clinical research in order to contribute to the progression of regenerative medicine. Part of their ongoing research focuses on studying how diseases react to treatment and which methods of administration yield the best results. Their vision to enhance rejuvenating treatments and educate doctors worldwide about the growing field of regenerative medicine continues to be reinforced by both the expansion of new options for patients and providing resources to assist physicians in learning about how cells can be used with internal rejuvenation. They provide care for acute and chronic injuries as well as long-term disabling arthritis to improve function, assist in healing and decrease pain, elbow and hand problems (tennis elbow) treatments, as well as plantar fasciitis, and shoulder problems. Now with their new peptide therapy addition, RMIN is helping patients with immune system problems as well. Besides the utilization of adipose-derived stem cell, more accurately termed Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF), RMIN uses Cytokine Growth Factor Therapy and Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy as non-surgical options to assist in healing injuries that other treatments have been unable to resolve.

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Optimum launches, Bad Blood The Unspeakable Truth

Front Cover of the Book

Judge Krever delivered a scathing indictment of Government Blood oversight

Now an 8 Part CBC Docudrama

The Crown sent a lot of good foot soldiers, but the defence sent generals.”

— —Mike McCarthy Hepatitis C Victims Committee

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, November 1, 2018 / — Available December 5 Instore Indigo/Chapters

$24.95 Trade Paperback

Since the 1995 publication of Bad Blood, The Tragedy of the Canadian Tainted BloodScandal much has changed in the Canadian blood collection and distribution system.

Despite this, many of the issues that arose in the 1980s resulting from
contamination of the blood supply with HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) still
haunt the governments, agencies and consumers of blood products and

Many of these changes were driven by the $15 million report prepared
under the direction of Justice Horace Krever whose commission
conducted a detailed examination of Canada’s blood system in the
1990s. For example, the Red Cross is now out of the blood system
replaced by Canadian Blood Services and Hema-Quebec, stand-alone
agencies whose only responsibility is collection and distribution of blood
and its products.

The reissuance of an updated version of Bad Blood comes at a time
when an eight-part mini-series, Unspeakable, is being prepared for TV
distribution. The series, based in part on Bad Blood and on the personal
experience of executive producer Robert C. Cooper, who was infected
with HCV through blood products, is expected to air in early 2019. It is
being funded by CBC and Sundance TV.

We took our country’s blood supply for granted
— safe, available, life-saving.

We did so at our peril. We now know that more than a thousand Canadians who had transfusions in the late 1970s and 1980s—hemophiliacs, surgery patients, accident victims, women and their babies in childbirth—were infected with HIV. More than 70 percent have since died of AIDS. Thousands more were infected with preventable hepatitis and have truggled with cirrhosis and even liver cancer.

Hemophiliacs were the proverbial canaries in the coal mine—an early warning sign that there was something terribly wrong with the Canadian blood supply. Yet officials denied there were issues at all, and in fact covered up clear evidence that they had failed to take sometimes simple actions that would have saved countless lives. We cannot allow the agencies that protect our health care system to look the other way or put budgets before patients.

Twenty-five years later—thanks largely to Justice Krever and his exhaustive public inquiry—much has changed, but this story should still serve as a stark reminder that citizens deserve better from the people who are paid to serve and protect the patients in our health care system.

"In this timeless book, Vic Parsons brings to life many tragic tales of
the people affected by HIV and hepatitis C infections from a blood
supply that was their lifeline. He also recounts their quest for
justice and compensation from a government that wanted to deny
culpability. It’s a compelling read for all."


The story of Canada’s worst medical catastrophe

Controversy still rages over the for-profit collection of
blood by certain corporations. This collection has been banned in
Ontario, Quebec and Alberta, but is permitted in Saskatchewan.
Survivors from the 1980s recall that the collection of imported for-profit
products from the United States, notably from prisons, was a major
factor in the infection of Canada’s blood supply. Supporters of for-profit
collections argue that Canada does not collect enough blood through its
voluntary donation system and imported products are necessary to
meet demand.

The update of Bad Blood, and the mini-series Unspeakable, are timely
reminders to the public of the past tragedies and cautionary tales for
the future.

"The story of Canada’s worst medical catastrophe must not be
forgotten. Vic Parsons’s new and updated edition of his 1993 book
should be required reading for people responsible for managing
our health system."

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Newly Revised Online Skin Cancer Video Available for Grade 6-12 Teachers in North American Schools

Student lives saved because of MEF lessons

Free award-winning melanoma videos have saved lives of teachers, students, and their family members

The American Cancer Society projects 178,560 new U.S. cases of melanoma in 2018, more than triple the number of new HIV/AIDS cases.”

— Dr. Stephen Fine

PEABODY, MA, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2018 / — The non-profit Melanoma Education Foundation announced that their award-winning online skin cancer/melanoma lessons are now available at no cost for high school and middle school teachers of health, physical education and health-related topics.

The American Cancer Society projects 178,560 new U.S. cases of melanoma in 2018, more than triple the number of new HIV/AIDS cases. Most teens and health teachers are unaware of the seriousness of melanoma, which is often lethal if not detected early. Melanoma is the most prevalent cancer in the 25-to-29-year age group and second to breast cancer in the 20-to-39-year age group.

In a 2017 survey among 334 teachers, 49 students reported finding early melanomas because of the lessons.

The student high school and middle school lessons were developed from the input of high school and middle school focus groups The 30-minute teacher video enables teachers to answer student questions and includes life-saving information that teachers and students are unaware of. All three videos won Gold Triangle awards from the American Academy of Dermatology.

The videos correct some widely held misbeliefs about skin cancer and claim that:

ABCDE melanoma warning signs are insufficient,

SPF is NOT the most important measure of sunscreen effectiveness, and

Skin cancer lessons based on sun safety do not change teen behavior.

The teacher video may be watched directly at < > after entering the password "Teacher1" and the teacher's school email address.

The student lesson plan link is: < >.

Teaches may access student videos by completing a one-tme 5-minute registration form at < >.

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Phone: 978-535-3080

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Oklahoma Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Urges a Power Plant or Energy Worker with Mesothelioma in Oklahoma to Call for On the Spot Access to the Nation's Top Lawyers for Better Compensation Results

Our number one passion is seeing to it that a person who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma in Oklahoma receives the best very possible compensation.”

— Oklahoma Mesothelioma Victims Center

NEW YORK , NEW YORK, USA, November 1, 2018 / — The Oklahoma Mesothelioma Victims Center is urging a person who has recently been diagnosed with mesothelioma because of asbestos exposure while working at a power plant, an oil refinery, or a public utility in Oklahoma to call them anytime at 800-714-0303. The group's sense of urgency is they do not want one person with mesothelioma in Oklahoma to get shortchanged because they did not have the nation's most skilled mesothelioma lawyers representing them with their compensation claim. http://Oklahoma.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

The Oklahoma Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "A person in Oklahoma with confirmed mesothelioma who was exposed to asbestos at a workplace such as a power plant, an oil refinery or a public utility could receive a financial compensation settlement well a over a million dollars. However, as we would like to explain anytime at 800-714-0303 there is a catch. If a person with mesothelioma in Oklahoma wants to receive the very best possible financial compensation results they will need to be represented by some of the nation's most skilled and experienced mesothelioma attorneys.

"Our number one passion is seeing to it that a person who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma in Oklahoma receives the best very possible compensation and with one call to us anytime at 800-714-0303 we will do everything possible to see to it you have direct access to some of the nation's most capable mesothelioma typically within twenty or thirty minutes. Please don't make to horrible mistake of thinking a local car accident or personal injury law firm can outperform one of the nation’s top mesothelioma law firms we suggest." http://Oklahoma.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

The Oklahoma Mesothelioma Victims Center's free services are available to a person with mesothelioma anywhere in Oklahoma including communities such as Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, Lawton, Moore, Midwest City, Enid, Edmund, Moore, or Stillwater.

For the best possible treatment options in Oklahoma we strongly recommend the following heath care facility with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at this hospital.

Stephenson Cancer Center:

High risk occupations for asbestos exposure in Oklahoma include US Navy Veterans, Fort Sill Army Base in Lawton, Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, and the U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot in McAlester, oil-gas production workers, power plant workers, public utility workers, oil refinery workers, plumbers, electricians, welders, machinists, millwrights, mechanics, auto brake technicians, construction workers. http://Oklahoma.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer:

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