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No cure for cancer

Posted on Oct 27 2016
Cancer is almost never cured. Instead, it is “managed.”
Yes, there have been remissions, but a remission is not a cure. This is part of the agendas of the FDA and the big pharmaceutical companies.
If a cure were made available—and there are some—a multi-billion dollar industry would grind to a halt. Cancer patients would become well and there would no longer be a need for costly pharmaceuticals.
More than a dozen years ago I interviewed a man named Ralph Moss, Ph.D. At the time, he was fairly unknown in the cancer world. Since then, however, he has become the foremost expert on cancer treatments and methodology in the world. He’s brilliant.
In the mid 1970s, Dr. Moss was hired by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. Although he was formerly a scholar of ancient Greek, he was hired to do two things: to write a weekly newsletter about the goings-on at the center, and to answer letters sent in by cancer patients.
Some of the letters he received asked about unorthodox cancer treatments, such a laetrile or essiac tea.
Dr. Moss would always respond that there has been no scientific proof that these protocols had any effect on cancer. Then he thanked them for writing to the center.
One day, as part of his duties, he visited Walker Labs in upstate New York. Walker Labs was the research component to Sloan Kettering’s anti-cancer initiatives. They were looking for a cure.
Quite by accident Dr. Moss encountered the head of the research department, Dr. Kanematsu Sugiura—“the father of chemotherapy.”
Moss asked him, “What are you working on now?”
Sugiura replied, “I am working on amigdalyn (laetrile).”
“Why would you study something that doesn’t work?” asked Moss.
“But it does,” replied Sugiura.
Sugiura’s research confirmed that not only did amigdalyn prevent cancer, it also prevented metastases (spreading) 80 percent of the time. It was a potent anti-cancer substance, which occurs naturally in fresh apricot (and other) seeds.
Excited, Moss shared Sugiura’s findings with the head officers of Sloan Kettering, and they shared his excitement.
They went to Washington, D.C., to petition the FDA to allow clinical trials of amigdalyn on people.
Not only did the FDA say no, they threatened to cut Sloan Kettering’s funding if they pursued this course of research.
Disheartened, the heads of Sloan Kettering returned to New York.
The FDA then issued an edict to the head doctors: the research was to be re-done according to their guidelines.
This was accomplished by another research team. In the end, it showed that amigdalyn (laetrile) was worthless as a cancer treatment.
Baffled, Dr. Moss called up Dr. Sugiura to report the findings.
“What was the dosage?” asked Dr. Sugiura.
It turns out that the new research was one-tenth the dosage of Sugiura’s initial treatment. And yet, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center published the new research, claiming that amigdalyn was worthless.
Enraged, Dr. Moss held a press conference and told the truth: that the research and its findings were manipulated by the FDA, and that a viable treatment option for cancer was being discarded.
Moss was fired, and he burst into tears. Then he rallied and said, “You haven’t heard the last of me. I am going to write a book about this.”
Moss’s book, The Cancer Industry (still in print) became a best seller. It also put Dr. Moss on a path of finding the best and most reliable treatments for cancer, including amigdalyn.
Since then, Dr. Moss has appeared in numerous videos, and a feature film, Second Opinion. He has also been on many radio programs, including coast-to-coast AM with George Noory.
Although his primary focus is on the curative properties of amigdalyn (laetrile), he discusses other treatment options—options which the FDA has banned here.
Why would the FDA ban treatment options?
Because, as I stated above, if cancer were cured, the pharmaceutical industry would lose billions of dollars and the funding they receive from the FDA.
However, amigdalyn is legal and available in Mexico, and many cancer patients drive down to Tijuana to buy the drug. It is also widely available in Europe, but not here.
However, there is a loophole, so a cancer patient can get amigdalyn by buying and eating fresh apricot seeds.
They are only available from a Website: A one-lb bag, containing approximately 660 apricot “kernels,” costs around $20.
The cancer-preventive dose is eight kernels per day. If you have cancer, you can eat more, up to 60 per day. Apricot seeds are less toxic and far cheaper than chemotherapy.
World Without Cancer is a book and audio series by a man named G. Edward Griffin. Although he is not a physician, he is a wise researcher, who had many consultations with cancer doctors prior to publication. If you search for World Without Cancer on YouTube, you will find Mr. Griffin’s video, which was made in 1974.
Griffin’s thesis is that amigdalyn (laetrile) is also known as vitamin B17, and that cancer is actually a deficiency disease.
Griffin cites that animals in the jungle, such as apes, will seek out this vitamin by eating certain foods and nuts.
Griffin based his findings on the research of Dr. Ernst Krebs, who found that people who were deficient in vitamin B17 increased their risk of cancer significantly.
Dr. Krebs also found that people who ate fresh (not sun-dried or roasted) apricot seeds were not only able to prevent cancer, but to halt its progression if someone had the disease.
There are other effective treatments for cancer, as I have previously written. Foremost among them is baking soda. You dissolve ½ teaspoon of baking soda (not baking powder!) in a glass of water and drink it.
An Italian physician, Dr. Simoncini, claims to have cured cancer patients with baking soda. Although I never met the man or any of his patients, he is obviously sincere in his online videos.
In fact, there are dozens of reported cancer cures on YouTube if you take the time to find and watch them.
But as I have stated often, the best remedy is prevention. By preventing cancer in the first place, you spare yourself the heartache—and great expense—of a terrible disease.
Therefore, if you eat 8 or more fresh apricot seeds every day, and drink the baking soda solution, you have cut your risk of getting cancer significantly.
The FDA would prefer that you do not know this; because they, along with big pharma, want everyone to have a nice, long, expensive illness.