A Profound Loss. Testicular Cancer.

A Profound Loss. Testicular Cancer.

US Magazine. October 2, 2014.

Getting ballsy! Like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, celebrities are yet again joining in on a clever way to raise awareness for a good cause. This time around, stars like Hugh Jackman, Will Arnett, Sam Branson and Ricky Gervais are posting pictures of themselves on social media grabbing their crotches for testicular cancer awareness.

The standard medicine openly acknowledges a lack of understanding as to the cause. Theories range from cryptorchidism (an undescended testicle) to, too tight tighty-whities.

Most testicular cancer cells have extra copies of a part of chromosome 12 (called isochromosome 12p or i12p.) Researchers today are observing the most minute biochemical changes yet still continue to lack an understanding of the broader process. Missing the forest for the trees, so to speak.

The individual must experience, as a predisposing event – one of two possible biological shocks, impacting the cerebral medulla relay in the brain, trigger the cellular response in the lining of the interstitial testicular tissue.

In German New Medicine (GNM) the biological (not psychological) conflict associated with a testicular cancer is a profound loss considered to be permanent. A secondary conflict theme is also possible, albeit, extremely rare that involves a bitter or nasty scenario with a female persona that has sexual overtones or a sexual component. Since the latter is so rare we will focus on the more common.

For Dr. Hamer, the brilliant mind behind GNM, the biological shock was the untimely death of his son, Dirk. He later discovered that his testicular cancer was initiated by the traumatic shock of that very profound loss. During conflict activity, the interstitial testicular tissue undergoes a necrosis process, i.e. cell loss. There will be minimal signs and symptoms at this point – perhaps a slight pulling sensation.

Only upon coming to terms with the shock will the repair process commence as rapidly mitosing (dividing) cells are produced (an interstitial testicular carcinoma ) to replenish the cell loss that occurred during conflict activity. This is a curative or healing tumor. By the time enough cells have replenished the area, the healing phase is well underway. The testicle may swell at this stage.

With severe swelling and increased pain we need to look at the Kidney Collecting Tubule conflict as well. The Kidney Collecting Tubule Syndrome (KCTS) is also known as a water retention conflict, where there is minimum fluid excretion and maximum fluid retention. In near everyone that has had a cancer diagnosis – we see this. This conflict amplifies all symptoms. Increased fluid retention, swelling and inflammation.

The purpose of the biological program is observed at the conclusion of the healing phase as the now testicular cyst is testosterone producing – making a man more virile.This is nature’s way of assisting someone who has just lost a child, e.g. to increase his libido and virility to hopefully produce another offspring – all in order to resolve the conflict of profound loss.

When “metastasis” is observed, e.g. in the lymph nodes in the groin – we need to look for a concurrent or secondary biological conflict relative to a self devaluation.

We will be discussing the resolution of multiple biological conflicts (and their misinterpretation as metastases) in the next blog … A Symphony in High Resolution.

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