Koch, Hydrazine Sulfate, Burzynski
In this video, Dan Haley spends about 27 minutes speaking on "Koch, Hydrazine Sulfate, Burzynski" at the 29th Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.
Lorraine Rosenthal and Frank Cousineau and ladies and gentlemen. First, I want to ask everybody to give a big hand for Lorraine Rosenthal and Frank Cousineau. You've done a fantastic job.
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The title of my book is kind of like a contradiction in terms. Politics and healing. There shouldn't be politics in healing. You wouldn't think. Unfortunately, doesn't turn out that way. I've written 10 stories, I call them 10 stories that shouldn't have happened. Of ruthless suppression of brilliant breakthrough therapies. All of them nontoxic and in their stead were brought in therapies that are toxic, very dangerous, but did not win their spurs in the open competition of a free market, but instead were administered and dictated from the top down by what I call official medicine. No official medicine is the FDA Food and Drug Administration. The National Cancer Administration. The National Cancer Institute. The National Institutes of Health. And over on the private side, the American Cancer Society. The. Of A.M.A., of course, that's a crucial one. And the big private cancer research institutes like M.D. Anderson and Sloan covering and Roswell Park, that sort of thing. They brought in things which they pushed forward instead of the ones that work. These are stories that really shouldn't have happened and stories that you will not hear from official medicine.
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Most of the therapies are no longer available, not because they didn't work, but because of political problems and can't catch on. Should I stand? Of course. I guess that's it. Okay. Most of the therapies I've written about that.
Most of these therapies aren't available. Well, not because they didn't work, but for political problems. And as I kept hearing them over and over again, more and more stories, I thought, well, politics is something I know a little bit about. Six months and six years in the legislature in Albany, where I quickly learned that if I wanted to know what was going on, I had to look under the table, behind the doors.
But even as I discovered these patterns. Even then, it was hard for me to bring myself to write. The subtitle of this book, The Suppression and Manipulation of American Medicine. One doesn't want that to be true. In a way, this is an emperor has no clothes book about the good and the evil and the American Medical Services medical system. And there is good. That was the way that good and evil went. Dr. Julian Whitaker referred to it in the introduction of the book, which he wrote. And there's lots of good.