Wednesday, June 06, 2007

All chemotherapy drugs are experimental only!

Dear Friends,

Did you know, in the Physicians Desk Reference, available in any library or doctor's office, the top 10 chemotherapy drugs used in the USA all have cancer as a listed side effect?

In fact, depending on how you interpret the statistics, more cancer patients die from the chemotherapy than of the cancer. The medical statisticians count these deaths as a success for chemotherapy because the patient did not die of cancer.

A select few know that chemotherapy drugs are not FDA approved. They are legally administered under the "Rule of Probable Cause", which states that experimental drugs may be used if the side effect of the drug is no worse than the end effect of the disease.

In fact, every chemotherapy bottle is stamped "For Experimental Use Only" and the patient must sign a release before the doctor will prescribe or administer it.

Here is a label for a toxic drug, formerly used to treat cancer and presently used to treat HIV/AIDS patients.

It clearly states “For Laboratory use only. Not for drug, household, or other uses.”

AZT, first synthesized in 1964, under a US (NIH) grant, was originally intended to treat CANCER, but failed to show efficacy and had an unacceptably high side effect profile.

The drug then faded from view until February 1985, when three scientists in the National Cancer Institute (NCI), collaborating with several other scientists at GlaxoSmithKlein(huge pharmaceutical co.), started working on it as an AIDS drug.

Skin cancer is the fastest growing cancer in the US today! We already know that chemotherapy, radiation, and surgeries are extremely dangerous, costly, and ineffective at curing cancer.

Please tell your friends and family to visit today, to learn about effective and inexpensive natural treatments that could save their lives!

Saturday, June 02, 2007

MD's study show effectiveness of basal and squamous cell cancers treated with salve

Dermatologic Surgery

Volume 27 Issue 11 Page 975Issue 11 - 978 - November 2001

To cite this article: Clarence W. Brown Jr. MD, Glenn D. Goldstein MD, Craig S. Birkby MD (2001)
Dermatologic Surgery 27 (11), 975–978.


Case Reports

  • *Chicago, Illinois,+Department of Medicine, Division of Dermatology, Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas, and Seattle, Washington

C.W. Brown, Jr., MD, G.D. Goldstein, MD, and C.S. Birkby, MD have indicated no significant interest with commercial supporters.

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Background. Over the course of the last three decades Americans have grown more and more fond of "alternative" or homeopathic medical therapies. The explosion of the Internet has made these nontraditional remedies more accessible to the general public.

Objective. To describe two cases of auto-Mohs through patient self-application of products containing zinc chloride paste. The case of a basal cell carcinoma and the case of a squamous cell carcinoma are described.

Methods. Each of our patients applied a homeopathic paste containing zinc chloride to sites of biopsy-proven skin cancer.

Results. At the conclusion of the self-directed therapy in both cases, histopathologic analysis of the site determined no further skin cancer to be present.

Conclusion. We present and describe two cases of auto-Mohs.

This article is cited by:

Josef Smolle. (2003) Homeopathy in dermatology. Dermatologic Therapy 16:2, 93–97