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Lawrenceville, NJ (Dr Simone) – Power Point presentation seminar given by me at the SILAMP (Society of Ibero Latin American Medical Professionals) Conference Saturday March 25, 2017 at the Philadelphia Medical Society

Synthetic Organic Chemicals
700 in our drinking water
40 are carcinogens – 3 are human carcinogens – benzene,
chloromethyl ether, vinyl chloride
Chlorination – trihalomethanes – 2X risk for GI and GU cancers
More chlorine is added to water during summer months to hold down microorganisms
The EPA’s safety limit of chlorine and its associated carcinogens is based on drinking 2 liters/d, and this does not take into account increased consumption in summer, or the fact that these compounds can be absorbed during bathing

Inorganic chemicals like arsenic, chromium (certain chemical form), nickel, and lead are toxic. Lead impairs children’s IQ and attention span. One in six people in the United States drinks water with higher than acceptable levels of lead.

Soft water, water containing lesser amounts of calcium and particularly magnesium, is correlated with a higher incidence of all cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis, hypertension, and breast and colon cancer.
Radioactive materials in water varies with geography, geology, industrial wastes, pharmaceutical use, and nuclear power generation.
Living organisms – bacteria, viruses, and protozoa –can resist water
purification, and these are responsible for 33 percent of all
gastrointestinal infections in the United States.
Solid particulates include clays, asbestos particles, and organic particulates


• Most states do not comply with existing standards. For example, a loophole permits water suppliers to flush lead-filled water out of plumbing before testing tap water. The EPA has been lax.
• Eighty percent of the top 1,000 superfund sites, that is, those designated as containing toxic waste and chemical contaminants, are leaching these toxic substances into the ground water.
• Well water has been contaminated.
• 10% of all underground tanks, which store gasoline or other hazardous chemicals, leak.
• Pesticides and fertilizers used by farmers and homeowners.
• Industries dump chemicals and pollutants into our water supply.
• Homeowners dump chemicals into household drains.

Unrealistic requirement set by government

If the requirement had been to reduce the contaminants from 2,000
parts per billion to, say, 10 parts, it would be possible to reduce the
health hazard by 99.5 % and leave limited funds available for twenty
or thirty more of the same type of clean-up projects. It is better to
clean up all the toxic sites by a significant factor like 99.5 % than only a few sites by a factor of 99.99 % and thereby propagate endless litigation.

Some cities refuse to build costly processing plants and instead
choose to pay less expensive fines. The EPA observes that small
utilities tend to violate regulations the most, falsify documents, and
even wash away evidence because of a thirty-day window given them by the state.

It was first started in 1983 by Charles B Simone, M.D.

The key to prevention – teach our children early in life about a
healthy lifestyle. Prevention with simple changes in lifestyle is the
key to America’s soaring health care costs and soaring rates of
cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, etc. One of two
people develop cancer. The National Academy of Sciences indicates that 60% of women’s cancers and 40% of men’s cancers and 80% of cardiovascular diseases are related to nutritional factors alone.

Simone KidStart Prevention ProgramTM consists of planned lunches, newsletters sent home, assemblies to instruct about the “good” and “bad” foods as well as other lifestyle factors.

Simone KidStart Prevention Program
Either with individual seminars or during a three-month period, I help to instruct young children about each aspect of the Ten Fascinating Stops on the Way to Good Health:
1) Nutrition           6) Air and Water
2) Overweight       7) Exercise and Relaxation
3) Smoking            8) Safety
4) Alcohol              9) Work
5) Drugs              10) Check-Ups

     We intend that a healthy lifestyle will become permanent for the children involved in the Simone KidStart Prevention ProgramTM and their parents.
     We should see a decrease in the risk and incidence of cancer, cardiovascular disease and other chronic illnesses for those who adhere to this Ten Point Plan.


Benzene Causes Leukemia and other Cancers
No benzene exposure is safe. It is found in our drinking water. Tap water with benzene levels above 5 parts per billion (ppb) is illegal. Bottled water with benzene greater than 5 ppb cannot be sold. Britain and New Jersey only permit 1 ppb in tap water, and California permits only 0.15 ppb.

The U.S. FDA’s own test results from 1995 to 2001 showed that 79% of diet soda samples tested (19 of 24 sodas) had benzene levels above 5 parts per billion, the federal limit for benzene in tap water. The detected benzene levels ranged from 19 ppb to 55 ppb. Each test result was derived from blending three individual soda purchases of the same brand from three different cities. No brand names were identified

In addition to diet beverages, any beverage that contains
BOTH vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and a preservative called
benzoate (either sodium benzoate or potassium benzoate)
can react to form benzene, especially if the beverage is left
in the heat or exposed to light. In fact, the FDA reports that
solutions containing ascorbic acid and benzoate preservatives “typical of those used in beverage formulations” that were left for eight days at room temperature had benzene levels of 266 ppb.

– “FDA Misled Consumers”
– Britain Immediately Removed Certain Sodas
– Tap Water Has Less Benzene Than Many Beverages
– FDA Protects Beverage Companies because the brands were not disclosed.

The Environmental Working Group made a list of beverages that contain both Vitamin C and benzoate and therefore have the potential of having higher than trace levels of benzene. These include:
Country Time Lemonade
Crystal Light Sunrise Classic Orange
Diet Pepsi Twist
Diet Pepsi Vanilla
Diet RockStar Energy Drink
Fanta Orange
Fanta Pineapple
Fruit20 Plus 10 Natural Apple
Giant Fruity Punch Cooler
Hawaiian Punch Fruit Juicy Red
Hawaiian Punch Lemonade
Hi-C Blast, Orange Supernova
Kool-Aid Jammers Blue-Raspberry
Kool-Aid Jammers Cherry
Kool-Aid Jammers Grape
Kool-Aid Jammers Orange
Lo-Carb Monster Energy Monster Energy
Pepsi Twist Lemon
RockStar Energy Drink
Sierra Mist
Sunny D
Sunny D Baja
Sunny D Intense Sport Cool Punch
Sunny D Orange-Fused Strawberry
Sunny D Smooth
Sunny D Smooth + Calcium
Tampico Citrus Punch
Tampico Grape Punch
Tampico Tropical Punch
Tropicana Twister Diet Soda (Diet Orange)
Tropicana Twister Soda Grape
Tropicana Twister Soda Orange
Tropicana Twister Soda Strawberry

The Truth About Breast Health and Breast Cancer, Prescription for Healing
by Charles B. Simone, M.D.
Hardcover, 336 pages, 1578 references, ISBN 0-9714574-0-9
“A mandatory resource for life”
Lorraine Schwartz, Attorney and Survivor

(c) 2017 Charles B. Simone, M.MS., M.D.