Systemic diseases that affect a number of organs and tissues, or affect the body as a whole are sometimes categorized by medical practitioners as “life-threatening.” Diseases that have no established medical “cure” are often labeled this way as well. However, there are numerous medical case studies and anecdotal examples of healing and spontaneous remission associated with these so called life-threatening diseases.

What Are Doctors Smoking These Days?

Blood-letting was a common practice up to the late 19th Century, and doctors were depicted smoking cigarettes well into the 20th Century.  Can you imagine what current medical practices we’ll shake our heads in disbelief at 50 years from now?