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When Woollams left advertising he was only 45 and something of an ad world phenomenon. After graduating in biochemistry from Oxford, he refused the offer to stay on and study for a doctorate in cancer research and instead went to Ogilvy & Mather as a graduate trainee.
He's had messages of support from, among others, Cherie Blair, Prince Charles and Geoffrey Boycott, who suffers from throat cancer. Boycott is the patron of the cancer ACTIVE charity.
In the summer of 1972, one of the most prominent cancer scientists of the 20th century was asked – by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center – to test laetrile in spontaneously occurring animal tumors. The results were promising – to say the least. Naturally, more research would be needed, but what really happened next is inexcusable.
As a cancer researcher, Kanematsu Sugiura, DSc spent most of his career at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A pioneer in cancer research, Sugiura – before his death in 1979 – completed over 250 papers and received numerous awards including the highest award, by the Japan Medical Association, for outstanding contributions to cancer research. This was a dedicated scientist.
The Japan Medical Association once thanked Sugiura by saying he was “an inspiration to so many Japanese physicians and surgeons.” In 1966, New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay and the New York County Medical Society recognized Sugiura for his devotion to the field of medicine. This was no ordinary cancer scientist. In fact, in June 1973, his photograph appeared on the cover of Cancer Research.
After his retirement, in 1962, one would think he would just live out his life in peace and happiness. But, at age 80, after being asked by Memorial Sloan-Kettering to report on his finding about laetrile, Sugiura found himself in a huge controversy. After reporting his positive
findings about laetrile, this man found that his old friends left him and former colleagues questioned his sanity and competence. But, the big question is why? What were these people so upset about?
According to Memorial Sloan-Kettering, “systematic reviews of several studies concluded that amygdalin is ineffective as a cancer treatment.” They go on to warn the public about ‘dreadful’ side effects like cyanide toxicity, vomiting, headaches, dizziness, coma and death. As crazy as this may read – they don’t want you to consider laetrile but chemotherapy is o.k. – offering many of the same negative side effects.
Of course, if you search the internet, every pharmaceutically-supported cancer resource will warn you to stay away from laetrile, the Gerson Therapy, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez plus many other alternatives to the lucrative chemotherapy business. In truth, there’s a really good reason why we can’t trust these people any more.
To sell chemotherapy as a 'therapy' is most likely the biggest deceit in the history of medicine. Whoever masterminded this chemo-torture deserves a monument in hell.
I hold in high esteem Chris Woollams and the logical approaches to cancer he has through his own pain and suffering of his daughter having cancer. This man is sincere and has a passion in what work he is doing and bringing about knowledge for people to make informed choices about their treatment options. Understanding what lies behind the cancer industry, the concepts of good Nutrition, alternative therapies etc. will stand anyone in a much better position who has cancer. Knowledge is power as they say, but it is so very true for anyone who has cancer.
My wife was diagnosed with a 2.5 inch tumour on the liver in January 2011 and the doctor told us that there was little hope due to where the cancer was positioned in all the tubes going in and out of the liver. My wife also had 3 small growths on the pancreas and was experiencing severe stabbing pains in her stomach as soon as food entered her mouth. We saw the tumour on the doctors computer monitor screen and all the doctor said was I am so very sorry, and then prescibed Temazapan sleeping tablets because he said you are going to need them.
We did not accept this and I researched and researched and researched. We used this knowledge in making some significant changes in Sues diet and after just receiving the results of the third scan (MRI) the tumour is now just scar tissue. I recommend this book and also the 'Gerson Therapy' and ' Cancer why we are still dying to know the truth, by Philip Day as being incredible life resources for those who have an an ear to hear and open mind.
I have personally met up with three other people who have been written off by the cancer industry who are still here today cancer free having implimented the information contained in this book and other books of similar advice.
Please keep strong, positive take responsibility and aquire knowledge, and then simply impliment what you have learned.
Our prayers are with you
God bless you
Love Rob and Sue
Read together with Anticancer: a New Way of Life, books by Jane Plant and Life Over Cancer.
You can't have too much quality information and you can't rely on your oncologist to volunteer it.