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In episode 2 of The Science Inside, we looked at the ARV shortages that continually plague South Africa’s public health system, some of the myths surrounding HIV treatment and local research into new kinds of therapies. The Science Inside is produced by The Wits Radio Academy with funding from The Department of Science & Technology.
The Science Inside is produced by The Wits Radio Academy with funding from The Department of Science & Technology. Each week the show goes inside the science of a major news item, natural disaster or cultural event, such as the salvage of the Costa Concordia, fracking, a train crash or the shortage of ARVs.
could not hit any harder, especially when it comes to the present discussion related to cancer and our present state of nutrition and health.
These are people who have fought back against the system, took control of their destiny and listened to their own bodies.
To read one such story, that of Christopher Wark, click here. Max Gerson I wouldn’t do any service or justice to try and tell the full story of Dr. But what I will tell you is that his legacy is continuing through his daughter, Charlotte Gerson in San Diego. The actual cancer treatment center is located in Tijuana, Mexico and Budapest, Hungary due to United States laws on cancer treatment.
This question I’m sure is one that many of those attacking the documented benefits of B17 couldn’t bear to answer.
Outraged by the B17 cover-up by the FDA and the AMA, for a 5 year period between 19 studies were conducted by Sloan-Kettering on the anti-cancer benefits of B17 to which it was concluded that: But then later Sloan-Kettering came out and fired one of its top spokesman on the subject, Ralph Moss for reporting on the findings.
Then the cyanide and benzaldahyde from the glucose create a targeted poison that kills the cancer cell. However the team was later was forced to downplay the overall benefits of B-7 when held up against conventional cancer treatments.