Many alternative cancer therapies have seen the light of day in recent years. Studies have shown that natural cancer treatments can destroy cancer cells on their own even better than chemotherapy and radiation, but most of these treatments fail to get the recognition they deserve in the media. Even worse, many of them are banned or made illegal in some countries, and the law states that someone can go under chemotherapy against their own will!
Choosing one of these natural treatments requires a lot of research as there’s little funding or interest in studies. The cancer industry tries its best to block all research into these therapies as they present a danger to their profits. One such natural vitamin (Laetrile) has recently been banned by the FDA and is illegal in the USA.
Laetrile contains the highest concentration of vitamin B17 on Earth and can be found in apricots. Apricot seeds are abundant in Laetrile, but rarely anyone is aware that besides being delicious, the seeds contain a cancer-fighting substance called amygdalin as well.
Amygdalin is full of benzaldehyde, glucose and cyanide, which is considered the active cancer-fighting ingredient. As you probably already know, cyanide is highly toxic, but studies have shown that the cyanide in Laetrile is non-toxic to normal cells. It targets cancer cells only, so the chances of cyanide poisoning from apple or apricot seeds are almost nonexistent.
If you’re asking yourself why isn’t this made public, here’s the answer by G. Edward Griffin, the popular health care activist: “A control for cancer is known, and it comes from nature, but it is not widely available to the public because it cannot be patented, and therefore is not commercially attractive to the pharmaceutical industry.”
Dr. Sugiura’s research
Dr. Kanematsu Sugiura spent most of his career at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Center, where he worked on more than 250 studies. He has received numerous awards for his work as well as the highest honors from the Japan Medical Association for his work in cancer research. Dr. Sugiurafocused on Laetrile in many of his studies and discovered that it can prevent malignant lung tumors in mice. The mice were divided into control and Laetrile groups, and the results showed that the Laetrile group had a tumor spread of only 10-20% compared to the control group’s 80-90%.
By 1974, Laetrile research were so positive that Sloan Kettering Cancer Center eventually signed off on clinical trials. However, everything changed at that moment – the Center got other scientist who would perform the trials, and whenever there was a positive result, the research was scrapped. Many of the scientists in the Center became suspicious of the trials and even Dr. Sugiura himself.
Ralph Moss, one of the doctor’s friends, knew what was going on so when things went bad he had a tough choice to make: either he was going to lie to support his employer, or tell the truth about the trials. Moss chose the truth at a press conference held in 1977, which was his last day at Sloan Kettering. “The people on Sloan Kettering’s Board of Directors were a ‘Who’s Who’ of investors in petrochemical and other polluting industries. In other words, the hospital was being run by people who made their wealth by investing in the worst cancer-causing things on the planet,” he said at the press conference.
Even though Laetrile is considered illegal, some doctors such as Dr. John A. Richardson are still using it on their own risk. Dr. Richardson has been treating his patients in his clinic in San Francisco with Laetrile and has had incredible results.
As a result of FDA’s ban on Laetrile, it can’t be bought in the USA, although you can get a vitamin B17/amygdalin supplement. Apricots are not illegal, so you can gather the seeds on your own discretion. We suggest finding a naturopathic doctor and consulting him on the treatment instead of acting on your own.
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