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Anatomy of a vision – Systems Equilibrium Theory
as a General Theory of Cancer Management

Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

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Anatomy of a vision – Systems Equilibrium Theory as a General Theory

of Cancer Management, Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys

 

The origins of the author’s vision lie in the 24 years prior and including his first manic episode in the spring of 1974. The author undoubtedly inherited several genes on various chromosomes which dictated via interactive mechanisms (differential gene penetrance) the biochemical and neurological unfolding of his medical condition, i.e.; Bipolar Affective disorder, Type 1.

 

Having acquired through the expression of pertinent genes a bright and super sensitive nature, the author was obsessed with ‘finding a cure for cancer’ since the tender age of thirteen.

 

In 1970, the author moves to Manhattan in order to perfect his already extensive cancer related studies. At age 24, he underwent a devastating love betrayal, leading him to a deep and major clinical depression in the fall of 1973. Emerging from this depression, in the Spring of 1974, the author’s mood was raised dramatically and started to concentrate with the work at hand, namely: coming to grips and finding a solution to the cancer problem. These are the situational factors and premises leading to the conception of the “Systemic Equilibrium Theory” which in turn is the fundamental basis for the “General Theory of Cancer Management & other Chronic Diseases”.

 

In 2005, a sketch of the ‘Systemic Equilibrium Theory’ as well as ‘Theoretical & Practical Notions of Cancer Immunotherapy’ was enunciated in the author’s first book. Later, in 2009, the author published in French more extensive description of these theories in: “Bipolarité & Cancérologie” “Défis & Espoirs”. Now, in 2010, the author attempts to describe comprehensively the initial stages of his bipolarity and how these led to a visionary role (1974) in discovering and elaborating to the fullest these two theories.

 

This book will provide the reader with understandable yet extensive insights, addressed to both the laypersons and the professionals, on the causes and mechanisms of cancer development. It also offers various protocols to prevent and combat cancer along with other chronic diseases.

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Anatomy of a vision – Systems Equilibrium Theory as a General Theory

of Cancer Management, Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.
Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys

 

Introduction

 

Part I - The Theory

 

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VII

Overview

Mutagenesis as It Relates to Cancer

Approaching and Attacking Cancer

Brewing the Vision

Outline of a Vision

Systems equilibrium theory

Chronic Disease Management Using Systems Equilibrium Theory

 

Part II - The Story

 

VIII

IX

Visionaries

Bipolarity and cancerology

 

Retrospective

 

Appendix I ─ Smoking

 

Appendix II ─ Stigmas and Taboos

 

Abstract

 

Acknowledgements

 

About the author

 

Bibliography

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Anatomy of a vision – Systems Equilibrium Theory as a General Theory

of Cancer Management, Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

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Note

 

While the author recounts the events in this book in good faith, he has relied on his memory of things variously long past. His opinions are and remain personal and they do not necessarily reflect with exactness upon the character or actions of the indi-viduals mentioned within. The author does not rep-resent or maintain that his depiction of any individ-ual in this book is comprehensive or entirely accu-rate. Any reliance upon his opinions or the informa-tion presented by him shall be at the reader’s own risk. The author does not accept any liability in re-spect thereto.

This book is a work of non-fiction. Unless other-wise noted, the author and the publisher make no explicit guarantees as to the accuracy of the infor-mation contained in this book and in some cases, names of people and places have been altered to protect their privacy.
 

 

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This book is dedicated to all
cancer victims and survivors.
Your suffering has not been in vain.


Alain Abraham Amzallag
 

 

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Introduction

 

Born in 1949 in Casablanca, Morocco, the author, Alain Amzallag, decided in the early 1960’s that he would become a scientist, and he set his sights on finding a cure for cancer. Prior to his university career, Alain studied science and medicine so as to prepare himself to achieve this goal. In 1970, when he was 21 years old, he entered a Ph.D. program at the Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences / Sloan-Kettering Division, in Manhattan. Despite distractions of social nature, (chess, bridge and volleyball) Alain studied hard and with determination. There, he undertook several projects in Immunogenetics with success.

 

Following an unfortunate love betrayal, he slipped into a major depression, leading him to a deep clinical depression in the fall of 1973. Once the depression was over, his mood was buoyant and, in the spring of 1974, he undertook a 72-hour work session, accompanied with sleep and food deprivation, during which he worked on a theoretical approach to cancer therapy. During his retreat in the dormitory room, he had a vision. This vision provided him with an integrated comprehension of the immunological aspect of cancer and other chronic diseases. Towards the end of the vision, the author lost contact with reality and was subsequently hospitalized and diagnosed as having had an acute schizoid episode.

 

In 2005, he sketched out the premises of his systems equilibrium theory as well as theoretical and practical notions of cancer immunotherapy in his first book. Later, in 2009, the author published, in French, a more extensive description of these theories in “Bipolarité & Cancérologie” “Défis et Espoirs

 

As the vision took place in 1974 , in a context ‘flavoured’ by mental illness, he delved to some extent into the concept of type-1 bipolar disorder and the role it played in developing his two theories namely; Systems equilibrium theory and General theory of cancer management. Throughout the years, Alain influenced the scientific and clinical research communities with his revolutionary discoveries as will be described in this essay. The author foresees that with the insights stemming from this book hope will be generated for cancer patients. The general population will probably be additionally be spurred to support in several ways cancer research and related endeavours.

 

 

“We have to beat cancer, all of us, together.” – Terry Fox

 


 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR - BIOGRAPHY

 

Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

 

Born in 1949 in Casablanca, Morocco, Alain Amzallag, in the early 60’s decides that he will be-come a scientist and set his sights on “finding a cure for cancer”. Up until 1970, Alain studies scientific and medical topics so as to prepare himself to achieve this goal. When he was 21 years old, the author entered a Ph.D. program at the Cornell Uni-versity Graduate School of Medical Sciences/Sloan-Kettering Division, in Manhattan. There, he under-takes several projects in Immunogenetics with suc-cess.

Besides distractions of social nature (chess, bridge & volleyball) Alain studies hard and with determi-nation. Following an unfortunate love betrayal, Alain slips into a major depression in the Fall of 1973. Once the depression is over, his mood is buoyant and he undertakes in the Spring of 1974 a marathon of 72 hours accompanied with sleep and food deprivation during which he works on a theo-retical approach to cancer therapy. During his re-treat in the dormitory room, he has a vision. This vision encompasses an integrated comprehension of the immunological aspect of cancer & other chronic diseases.

Towards the end of the vision, the author loses con-tact with reality and is subsequently hospitalized and diagnosed as having had an ‘acute schizoid epi-sode’. In this book, you will find the description of the prevailing mental state before, during and after the vision as well as the outlining of the vision.

 

 

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BY THE SAME AUTHOR - BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

 

Bipolarité & Cancérologie

– Défis et espoirs

Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

Essai, Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys, Laval, 2009, 192 pages.

Traduit de l’anglais par Marc Amzallag, M.A.

 

ISBN 978-2-89612-307-0

 

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Anatomy of a vision – Systems Equilibrium Theory
as a General Theory of Cancer Management

Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

Essay, Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys, Laval, 2010, 88 pages.

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Pensées d’Avi Ben Mordékhaï

Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

Essai, Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys, Lévis, Québec, 2010,
114 pages, illustré.

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Réflexions

Alain Amzallag, M.Sc.

Essai, Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys,
Lévis, Québec, 2012, 134 pages.

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Reflections

Alain Amzallag, Ph.D.

Essay, Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys,
Lévis, Québec, Canada, 2012, 160 pages.

ISBN 978-2-89612-412-1

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High, Flat, Down And Back Up Again!
A Guide to Manic-Depressive Illness (Revised)

Alain Amzallag, Ph.D.

Essay, Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys,
Lévis, Québec, Canada, 2013, 60 pages.

ISBN 978-2-89612-439-8

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SPIRIT OF SALES


Giving of Yourself without Expecting Returns

 

Alain Amzallag, Ph.D. (ABD),


Fondation littéraire Fleur de Lys,
Lévis, Québec, 2012, 31 pages.

ISBN 978-2-89612-457-2

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AUTRES LIVRES

 

Amzallag, Alain. A Study of Cell Surface Alloanti-gens by Immunofluorescence. Masters thesis presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University, New York City, 1974.

High, Flat, Down And Back Up Again !

“A Guide to Manic-Depressive Illness”,

Author-House, Bloomington, IN 47403, USA, 2005.
 

The Art, The Sport and the Science of Salesmanship
“Giving of yourself without expecting returns”.

AuthorHouse, Bloomington, IN 47403, USA, 2006.

 

Mood Disorders Association of Ontario. Equilink, Amzallag, Alain. “Stigmas & Taboos.” Spring 2006, Toronto. (Reprinted in Association Bénévole Amitié Inc., Montréal. Friendship Link April 2008, Vol 14, No 1. Further reprinted in Mental Health Support Program, Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors, Brainstorm Fall/Winter 2008/2009 issue #5, Montreal.)

 

 

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