A cancer treatment through Yoga that does away with the need for chemotherapy to arrest and cure the disease is just a year away, union Minister of state for AYUSH Shripad Naik said on Saturday.
Speaking on the sidelines of the AYUSH expo organised by the central ministry near Panaji, the minister said his ministry is in the process of vetting documentation submitted by a Bengaluru-based deemed yoga university, which is said to have cured patients suffering from cancer using yoga.
“There is an institute in Bengaluru. They have found a yoga technique for prevention and cure of cancer. We have collected all documentation and the process is going on,” Naik told reporters.
Naik said that prima facie he was confident about the “cancer cure” claimed by the Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana, a deemed university headed by H. R. Narendra, a mechanical engineer who has worked as a post-doctoral research associate at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in 1970 and subsequently had a stint at Harvard University.
Asked how long it would take for the AYUSH ministry to vet the documentation submitted by the Samsthana related to cancer cure, Naik said: “I think it will take about a year. The documentation should be perfect.”
Mr minister sri naik ,Please do research on cure of MOTOR NURON DIESEASE ,MEMORY LOSS DIESEASE too using various old AYURVED ,NATUROPATHY etc
This thought process has been tested but no evidence came through. One positive aspect do take place , if yoga+exercises+satvik food is taken the side effects + dose of chemotherapy can come down. How much life extension can be achieved is yet to be evidenced. If the body defenses are strengthen the cancer may go into temporarily in a dormant stage but Cancer stays & can emerge later.
Does yoga help people with prostate cancer..
THANKS FOR KNOWLEDGE
Long live Yoga. Congratulations. Hope you will share more details after all the paper work and formalites are done. Keep up the good work. Long live Ayurveda.
please make an article when there is a news, a medical proven research.
Why post nonsensical, unverified claims here that give false hope at best and may even discourage people from getting needed medical intervention? This is irresponsible, in my opinion.