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January 1, 2009 5:02 AM
I saw Munir Khan on RKB Show. He is not a Doctor or Scientist.
As long as I can remember he said that he did his BA & post graduation in Economics. (So he is working on improving his economical conditions.) I don’t know if Janab Muneer khan himself takes Body revive or not. If Not, why not? And, if yes why he looks so old and why hair does not grow on his scalp.
I believe that all living and non living things has some life cycle and their form keep changing. Body revive should also have date of expiry. I do not believe predictions of palmist or astrologist but if Muneer Sahib believes on Nostradamus predictions than he also should believe that he and his medicine will expire by 2012. So as a good human and if his medicine is really good, he shall give formula of Body revive to any good trust like 'Hamdard' or Swami Ramdeo as charity so that larger population can get benefits of his work. (by the way I do not belong to either trust)
My intension is not to offend Mr. Munir or any one but I think that Munir khan medicine is based on no research. However, his business is florershing as there are no certain laws for Aurvadic, Yunani or Hakimi medicine in India. ‘Neem Hakeem Khatare Jan’ It can be sold without medical prescriptions. even Afeem or Bhang is given to some babies if they are crying a lot.
Please correct me if I am wrong and your feedback will be highly appreciated as if body revive really works I would like to take my autistic son to Munir sahib for email@example.com
January 25, 2009 12:36 AM
He looks cheater by his very looks.
Shame on Start TV as well. They do no have any corporate social responsibility.
Seems it is just about money.
It is unethical to sponsor and broadcast such shows.
Avoid such fake cheaters!!
January 27, 2009 11:57 AM
What about the people who have got cured by using his medicine..
Many patients interviews is played on different Indian TV channels..
Secondly, a trusted friend of mine saw two of his friends got cured one had Cancer and other heart blockage.
The got treated by Mr. Munir Khan's Medicine...firstname.lastname@example.org
January 29, 2009 12:33 AM
Can we trust hospital tests and equipment? We must ensure that people appearing on TV in propagating Munir Khan really suffered from cancer.
After women was cleared of cancer following tests in a hospital but to be told afterwards in a foreign hospital that her breast
lump was indeed breast cancer. My statements here address your concern:
"Is a mammogram or ultrasound the best way to check a lump on the breast or a CT scan machine?"
Generally speaking, breast cancer is diagnosed after obtaining cells or tissue from a breast lump: palpable
(by patient and/ or doctor), or discovered by imaging (X-ray), mainly mammography (breast X-rays) or ultrasound.
Yet obtaining cells from a lump by Fine Needle Aspiration for Cytology (FNAC) or Core biopsy to obtain tissue for histology
is associated with a sampling error of up to 35 per cent in the former, and should be false negative result ie missed diagnosis,
less than 2% in the latter. Equivocal results usually result in recommendation to surgically remove the lump.
A patient with a breast lump may have a negative mammogram for several reasons.
The mammogram can discover cancer in more than 90pc of fatty breasts, but this falls to 48pc in dense breasts,
even if the lump is fairly large. But it's the best tool to diagnose cancer, at present. The referring doctor would
(and should) seek FNAC and/or core biopsy to determine the nature of the lump even if the mammogram was negative.
However, there is another imaging diagnostic tool to further examine the lump: breast ultrasound. If ultrasound shows
a simple cyst then the advise is to not do anything more. If solid, the recommendation is to perform FNAC and/or core biopsy.
In certain women with genetic pre-disposition for breast cancer, a magnetic resonance imaging study (MRI) of the breast may
be necessary, particularly if the mammogram and/or ultrasound gave equivocal results or showed dense breast tissue; the patient
has had a mutilated breast from previous surgeries, or 'silicon' implants. But the MRI study must be performed in a radiology
department with an MRI of strength at least 1.5 Tesla, and "breast-trained" MR radiological technical and medical staff (not available in many hospitals).
In certain situations, the mammogram reveals a possible abnormality not palpable by the patient and/ or her doctor. The radiologist will advise
the patient or her referring doctor on what course of action is recommended; usually that of the American College of Radiology (ACR).
It must be noted here that the best scenario, for any woman, is to have breast cancer detected before it produces symptoms and/or signs
of breast disease, and before it becomes palpable. At present, this is only possible by (screening) mammography.
Breast cancer is a treatable disease in most cases if discovered early, that's before it becomes 'big' and shows as a lump or produces
other signs or symptoms such as pulling of the skin and/ or the nipple inward. Early discovery of cancer in its early treatable stages eg
(by screening mammography) is possible but it requires state-of-the-art equipment, trained/qualified technologists, "breast" radiologists,
cytopathologists and breast surgeons. To manage breast cancer, the hospital must have a dedicated team of doctors (radiologists,
cytopathologists, breast surgeons, oncologists, radiotherapists), breast nurses, psychologists and other staff as deemed necessary.
One of my relative died of cancer in Bombay. An other relative is also suffering from cancer both taken Bodi revive but it did not worked al all.
It is up to you to believe him or not but correct diagnosis is a must. We should also check how much he is paying monthy for his advt. Seeing him or his show does not mean that he is right.
Also, can you belive to all those programes running on TV everyday
selling herbal medicines,idols, Baba, stones. Shoe pads for Height inreasing and so on.
There are many items which not approved in westren world.
January 30, 2009 11:15 PM