World Without Cancer

From the book A World Without Cancer

Today, there are more people making a living from cancer than dying from it. If the riddle were to be solved by a simple vitamin, this gigantic commercial and political industry could be wiped out overnight. The result is that the science of cancer therapy is not nearly as complicated as the politics of cancer therapy. Pg 22

The incentive for clinical investigators to fabricate data is enormous. American drug companies pay as much as $1,000 per patient, which enables some doctors to collect over $1 million per year from drug research- all the easier if the treatments are imaginary. Even if the tests are not fabricated, there is still the effect of subconscious bias. These doctors know that, if they don’t produce the results the drug companies are seeking, the likelihood of their receiving future work is greatly diminished. Pg 25

Disease is caused: parasites, bacteria, virus, poisons, yeast

Scientists have spent billions of dollars searching for a prevention of these cripplers and killers, but they are no closer to the answers today than they were when they started; perhaps the reason is that they are still looking for that something which causes these diseases instead on the lack of something. Pg 57

The substance of that prediction is the amygdalin cannot be patented because it is found in nature. Big money can be made only with patented drugs. Therefore, the cancer industry will never be interested in amygdalin, no matter how effective it may be. Instead, they will seek to create a man made chemical to imitate the mechanism by which it works. Pg 51

If more cancer researchers would think in terms of foods and vitamins rather than bacteria and viruses, it wouldn’t take them long to see why the cancer rate in America is steadily climbing…..they scoff at proper diet. Yet, many of these same people are fastidious about what they feed their pedigreed dogs and/or their cattle and horses. Dr George M Briggs, a member of the Research Advisory Committee of the Nat’l Livestock and Meat Board, has said: “The typical American diet is a national disaster…If I fed it to pigs or cows, without adding vitamins and other supplements, I could wipe out the livestock industry.” Pg 59

A brief look at the American diet tells the story. Grocery shelves are now lined with high carbohydrate foods that have been processed refined, synthesized, artificially flavored, and loaded with chemical preservatives. Some manufacturers, aiming their advertisements at the diet-conscious consumer, even boast of how little real food there is in their product. Pg 59

Everyone knows that modern processing removes many of the original vitamins from our foods, but we are told not to worry about it, because they have been put back before sending to the market. And so we see the word “enriched” printed cheerfully across our bread, milk and other foods. But make no mistake about it, these are not the same as the original. Pg 59