In this video, Murray Susser spends about 24 minutes speaking on "Vitamin C" at the 42nd Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.
About Murray Susser
MURRAY SUSSER, M.D. received his M.D. Degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1966. Disenchanted with the current techniques used by the Medical Profession and their inability to reverse degenerative diseases, Dr. Susser began to study the works of various specialists in the field of Nutrition. By 1972 his General Practice evolved to include Metabolic, Nutritional and Preventive Medicine. By 1975 he was giving Chelation Therapy with excellent results.
Through the years, Dr. Susser was also a Medical Director in the offices of Robert Atkins, M.D. in New York City and the late Harold Harper, M.D. in North Hollywood, California and an Associate Physician with Charles Farr, M.D. in Oklahoma City.
Dr. Susser has co-hosted a special 13-segment syndicated TV series called “What’s New In Medicine” and co-hosted radio medical talk shows in Pittsburgh and Oklahoma City. He has also hosted a radio talk show called “Questioning Medicine” on KFOX in Redondo Beach, California . Dr. Susser’s publications include “Practical Office Nutrition” published by the International Academy of Preventive Medicine, and he wrote a monthly column called “Eclectic Medicine” published by “Dynamic Chiropractic.” Later, he co-authored a book called Solving the Puzzle of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
He received the AMA Physicians Recognition Award in 1979, 1985 and 1988 and the Hall of Honor Medal from the American College of Advancement in Medicine (ACAM).
Dr. Susser is past President of ACAM, an organization composed of doctors who emphasize Chelation Therapy. He is now the Medical Director of The Shirley MacLaine Integrative Medicine Wing at Dr. LeRoy Perry’s International Sportscience Institute in West Los Angeles, where he specializes in Clinical Nutrition, Chelation Detox of heavy metals, Lyme Disease and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with IV Therapies.
Dr. Susser may be contacted by phone 310-479-8909, e-mail [email protected] and website www.murraysussermd.com.
Hello, everybody, it's nice to be here. Lorraine Rosenthal and Frank, this is great work in putting this all together and I'm an I.
Well, when I've spoken to things, meetings like this, I've always tried to give something to take home that you can actually use much of the stuff.
When I read it, when I'm reading back on vitamin C in cancer, there's a tremendous amount of scientific information in the literature, in the literature.
Tremendous amount of scientific stuff. And and and it's all very important and it's all very useful, but.
I just got. I'm just gonna get taller. If I could have done this, I could have been in the NBA, the National Basketball Association, for those you who are not sports minded. I have three letters in high school basketball and three letters in high school chess and. And. But if I had been six foot one, I'd have made it.
And I got a scholarship anyhow. Back it back to vitamin C and cancer. What how does vitamin C relate to cancer? And how can you maybe prevent cancer using vitamin C? By the way, I'm not allowed to use vitamin C to treat cancer. And it's illegal. I can use vitamin C to treat a patient with cancer and treat the patient, but not the cancer. The laws are kind of strange. The legal things are often technicalities. But but vitamin C and cancer have a lot of history together.
I would go how it changes lives. Right. How a change of slides.
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Is there a connection between vitamin C and cancer?
My my estimation is it's absolutely vitamin C has been shown by by many doctors, many patients, many researchers, that it relates to cancer and a very distinct way.
And and so I chose of all the information literature, I chose to type to discuss the work of four prominent doctors, Fred Kloner, Linus Pauling, Robert Cathcart and you, Rearden.
These were all great researchers, great clinicians, except Linus Pauling was not an M.D. Linus Pauling was APHC with two Nobel Prizes. And I was talking to Patrick Cuillin before. He should have had at least two more, maybe three. And he was was one of the leaders in the field of vitamin C and cancer.
So let's talk about Fred Kloner first.
There is Fred planner Fred Cloner is the red. How many have you heard of Fred Kloner?
Not many, Fred Hunter is an unsung hero. His doctor in Ridgeville, North Carolina, came from Pennsylvania originally when he was young in Pennsylvania in the 1918 flu epidemic.