The Phenomenon Bruno Groening – On the track of the “Miracle Healer” Documentary film in three parts (each approximately 95 minutes): public showings based on voluntary donations in many countries. In 1949 one name dominated the headlines: Bruno Groening. Extra editions were printed about him. There were also radio and newsreel reports. A movie was filmed. Everywhere he appeared hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands people flocked to see him. They came from all over Germany, Austria, Switzerland, but also from Belgium, France, and the USA. Groening became a world event. Those who throng to see him, however, are not followers, fans or groupies. They are sick people. For many it is there last ray of hope. Beaten down by the war, given up on by doctors, they have only one wish, and that is to become healthy – free from pain and suffering. Bruno Groening should help them. And he helps. “There is no incurable God is the greatest physician,” were his words. And the unfathomable happens: innumerable sick people become healthy the lame can walk, the blind can see. . . The Documentary film “The Phenomenon Bruno Groening – On the track of the “Miracle Healer” shows the dramatic events of that time objectively. Original film and sound documents, archive material, over 50 eyewitness interviews, and also containing large-scale re-enactment scenes. All this make the film a deeply impressive experience. This film is, however, more than a documentary glance at the past. Many viewers . . .
Ken McGrath, Senior Lecturer in Pathology at the Faculty of Health, Auckland University of Technology and Member of the New Zealand Institute of Medical Laboratory Scientists discusses his research into the neural anatomy of the human penis and the physical damages caused by circumcision. McGrath is author of The Frenular Delta: A New Preputial Structure published in Understanding Circumcision: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to a Multi-Dimensional Problem, Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Genital Integrity: Safeguarding Fundamental Human Rights in the 21st Century, held December 7-9, 2000, in Sydney Australia. Abstract: Textbooks and papers referring to penile function state that the source of penile sensation is solely the glans and often justify the existence of the prepuce by stating it protects the ‘sensitive’ glans. These statements are contrary to the neuro-anatomical and physiological facts accumulated over more than a century. This study reviews the findings of Taylor, et al. , that the prepuce is the primary sensory platform of the penis, and describes a new preputial structure. This interview was taped in Berkeley, California 2010. . . . and from the Global Survey of Circumcision Harm www. circumcisionharm. org Removal of the male foreskin and the female clitoral hood (female foreskin) are anatomically equivalent. However, neurologically speaking, removal of the male foreskin is as destructive to male sexual sensory experience as removal of the . . .
Sarah Lyness, Director of Information at the charity Cancer Research UK, talks to ecancer at the Aspirin Foundation’s ‘Aspirin for the older person’ meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, 3rd November 2011. Given the recent research reported in news about aspirin and cancer prevention, CRUK are looking at the potential for daily doses of aspirin for ages 50-65, patient uptake of preventative aspirin, and ensuring patients are as informed as possible.