(PRWEB) February 28, 2005
In February, after many months of finding normally about 30 entries for CardioRetinometry, the Google search engine suddenly 'exploded' with 'results' increasing daily by 50 or more. It has now reached 350+ and is stabilising.
Complaints to Google that these are spurious, virus and Trojan bearing attacks have been ignored.
Their search is now contaminating other search engines. Google has become a problem as it can contaminate Metacrawler and other better search engines. I am not an expert and wish Google no harm, but it does not appear to me to be safe to use it at present as about half the 'results' might damage computers even with some McAfee protection until they take action and exclude the malicious websites. My computer does not have the McAfee privacy and anti-abuse which I found restrictive.
The problem appears to be a Russian 'service' (?) employed to sting anybody who searches for cardioretinometry and to snowstorm and wipe out the subject. A recent search found a so called enyclopaedia. Rather insultingly, after being invited to learn more about it, ÂCardioRetinometryÂ was not listed with ÂcardiovascularÂ as should have been the case. Instead one was invited to enter the word in the 'search' box. McAfee immediately reported a hacking attack and Trojan being sent to me.
Too late! My computer was damaged. Clearly somebody or organisation is very frightened that this new, inexpensive and non-invasive system of optometric preventive medicine could extend via every optometrist to the public, enabling everybody to learn how to reduce their arterial cholesterol nutritionally; become more healthy; rarely need a doctor; never need beta blockers for hypertension and be free of the threat from potentially damaging statin type drugs to unnecessarily lower blood cholesterol.
This unique and severe virus - Trojan Â Spyware attack on CardioRetinometry strongly suggests that a real threat to sales of these drugs is anticipated from CardioRetinometry and has provoked the virus attack hoping to infect and prevent people who wish to know more about CardioRetinometry, by having their computers damaged. LOOK FOR .ru in the bottom line of a result ! ! (.ru is a Russian origin website usually not contactable by e-mail) DO NOT CLICK ON ANYTHING HAT HAS .ru in the bottom line of the address/locator in the search engine's result. The TOP line will seem to be perfectly OK. BUT DO NOT BE FOOLED by the top line. Further attacks from other countries are expected.
They are cleverly using the key words ÂBushÂ or ÂBritish Medical JournalsÂ or ÂcardioretinometryÂ - or ÂBMJ.Â The Google searched for result may appear to be a vitamin company, encyclopedia (American spelling) holiday offers, all innocent sounding harmless looking Âwebsites.Â
The http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/ website, promoting vitamin C and publicising the nutritional reversal of arterial disease and atheroma is probably the most honest, factual, comprehensive health website on the Internet. It described CardioRetinometry as possibly making 'cardiologists into cabdrivers.' Perhaps that was too much.
The Bolen Report also features it on http://www.bolenreport.com
Optometrists can, before registering for enrolment for training in the new speciality, register to provide the new service as a ÂCardioRetinometry Facility,' before becoming 'Consultants in CardioRetinometry.' They may see actual Âbefore and afterÂ images on my website.
Experience with English Optometrists has shown that some training is required for all to understand and correctly interpret the images. After the BBC TV News broadcast in Europe I received invitations to be interviewed for taping TV News on East and West Coasts and have been invited to address the Macula Group of the University of California Berkeley Campus later. Learn more from http://www.hullcontactlensclinic.co.uk/cardior.htm
There you will also see the distinctive and immediately recognisable
ÂHeart filled with EyeÂ logo
to be displayed by optometrists after registering and qualifying as Consultants in CardioRetinometry with AntiCoronary Clinics (UK) Ltd. 20-22 Brook St. HULL. England HU2 8LA. Fax 0044 1482 227636.
Eventually a USA University Faculty of Cardioretinometry will doubtless be sponsored by a philanthropist concerned for Public Health.
Back-up images are stored at a secret location and other optometrists in the UK and now in N. America are already working on this and are to carry on the work if threats to me or CardioRetinometry become more personal and serious.
Concerned Optometrists may enjoy free use of the service for their patients immediately for a limited period by sending good quality images of one eye of a person for atheroma assessment. Blood pressure and medication information should be included. The service is prophylactic (preventative of disease) and is not available in the USA or anywhere else for the present without a physician's approval and request. this ios for patients with atheroma beyond (higher) than Scheie grade 2.5 (the minority) which I stated in the UK optometric press (Optician Letters 9th May 2003 and again in 2004) ideally requires referral from the optometrist to physicians.
Vitamin and/or Vitamin Â Nutrient supplements will be made available in the USA for reduction of the atheroma and hopefully, the improvements demonstrated by your images as cholesterol dissolves out of the arteries - to be witnessed sequentially after the appropriate amount of nutritional supplementation has been ascertained in this way - will signify reduced risk of heart attack (Coronary Heart Disease) Stroke and Aneurysm. It should be accompanied by a fall in excess blood pressure (Hypertension).
Send fundus images (retinal photographs) to firstname.lastname@example.org
The introductory service is free of charge in the interests of Public Health and the advancement of CardioRetinometry.
It is a huge undertaking however and I am looking for a large USA group of optometrists to become involved and carry it forward.
Contact me through email@example.com and I shall try to answer all letters. Please note: People (not patients Â this is PREVENTION!) should not contact me directly but via their optometrist, who should have a good quality fundus camera without which the service is not possible. There are also special requirements for the camera equipment which are to be arranged with suppliers of fundus imaging apparatus and software.
The subject has been researched in the UK since the late Â90Âs but I was precipitated into action by the research of Professor Wong, demonstrating a link between retinal arterial changes and the later development of hypertension, which required my intervention in ÂRapid ResponsesÂ to his paper in the British Medical Journal. At that stage I had many successful Âbefore and afterÂ images showing not only the apparent arrest of ÂageingÂ (if it is represented by arterial atyheroma reduction) but instead of continued arterial deterioration, I have many imaged ÂproofsÂ of actual arterial improvement over a six and half year interval.
As this is approaching 10% of a lifetime I think I can say conservatively that ordinary optometrists like me, have it in their power to extend life. Sydney J Bush DOpt. PhD. Hull. England 26th February 2005.
Wong TY et al. Prospective cohort study of retinal vessel diameters and risk of hypertension. BMJ 2004 329:79 (10th July)pub 2nd Jne.
Bush SJ. Cardioretinometry Rapid Response BMJ 23rd July
Bush SJ. "Emperor's Mew Clothes?" Rapid Response 25th Nov. 2004
Bush SJ. 'Optician' Letters 9th May 2003 and later in 2004.