Here, Dr. Philip Binzel recounts the influence of G. Edward Griffins and the Committee for Freedom of Choice in California, his shift from the comfortable and safe practice of traditional Family Medicine to the unconventional Nutritional Cancer Therapy which consequently got him embroiled in the politics of cancer (Alive and Well, Chapter One: Case Dismissed)
Chapter Two: The Nutrition Connection
So, how did a Family Physician from a small town in Ohio ever get involved in a conflict with the FDA in the first place? If you read the Preface, you already know the answer. It was the fault of Mr. G. Edward Griffin.
Things sure haven’t gotten any better. As a matter of fact, what G. Edward Griffin wrote some 39 years ago, way back in 1974, just seem to have gotten worse.
Measured in terms of taste, volume and variety, Americans eat very well, indeed. But expensive or tasty food is not necessarily good food. Most Americans assume that it makes little difference what they put into their stomachs as long as they are full. Magically, (they think) everything that goes in somehow will be converted into perfect health. They scoff at the thought of proper diet. Yet many of these same people are fastidious about what they feed their pedigreed dogs and cats or their registered cattle and horses. Continue reading →
My mother’s therapy was, like VM’s (a positive mammo case) is, actually a combination of modalities. It all came together from Dr. John Beard’s 1902 proposal that cancer and trophoblast cells (precursor of placenta) were one and the same. Dr. Beard not only contended that all cancers are fundamentally the same, he also identified trypsin and chymotrypsin as the important pancreatic enzymes for cancer control, and showed how nature ‘assigned to the pancreas the vital job of preventing cancer by keeping trophoblast cells under control.’ [G. Edward Griffin, World Without Cancer, 97] ‘Dr. Beard … had suspected that there was a nutritional factor in addition to the enzyme factor but was never able to identify it.’ [G. Edward Griffin, WWC, 98] Continue reading →
Wait a minute, who are “they,” John? Do you mean to tell me that there are people in the medical profession or in government or anywhere in the world who are so low and so crass, so mean, as to deliberately withhold a control for cancer?
That was G. Edward Griffin asking Dr. John Richardson after reading the draft of the good doctor’s manuscript intended for magazine publication. (Quotation from Lecture by G.Edward Griffin sponsored by Committee for Freedom of Choice in Cancer Therapy) Continue reading →
I just had my HCG urine titer done and it came in positive at 50.5 units — that’s a 4+, meaning ‘faintly positive’ in the Navarro HCG Immunoassay. I have no doubt whatsoever as to the findings. There’s a malignancy growing somewhere, somehow, and I aim to catch it before it becomes a scourge.
I’ve often enough said how cancer is simply a deficiency disease, much like diabetes. In cancer, the tumor is the symptom telling those who would listen that their protein metabolism is in serious trouble, a warning that the body is unable to digest normal cancer tissue due to a deficiency of the pancreatic enzymes. Continue reading →