Cancer the Forbidden Cures – Full Documentary
In this documentary titled “Cancer: The Forbidden Cures” we discover many effective and highly successful forms of cancer treatment that have been suppressed and discredited for a long time by the pharmaco-medical crime syndicate and an organization called FDA.
Millions of people could have been saved.
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You know what would make a natural cancer cure "unsquelchable"? It isn't anecdotal evidence, and it isn't portentious but ultimately empty documentaries. It's a one word answer: Studies. One single, well-run, double-blind, randomised, placebo controlled study with a transparent methodology would be worth all the boring doom-mongering "documentaries" in the world. Why does the alternative-health community never get round to running any? I mean, these people seem to have no problem raising money for documentaries, or advertising, or flashy websites. So why no money for decent studies?
Oh, and Ryan Fagan is right. Alternative medicine, by definition, has either (a) not been proven to work or (b) been proven not to work. Do you know what they call alternative medicine that has been proven to work? Medicine! (h/t Tim Minchin).
Examples of this are trivially easy to find. For instance, if I was to tell you that human breast milk could cure cancer, what would you say? I imagine you'd ask for a study or two, if you were of a skeptical turn of mind. And, while it pains me to say this, if I were to basically just fob you off and say that "Big Pharma" were "suppressing" this
miracle cure, there's probably a fair number of people who'd swallow that hook, line, and sinker.
As it happens, however, there really IS a potential cancer cure being developed right now from human breast milk. It's called HAMLET (which stands for Human Alpha-lactalbumin Made LEthal to Tumours). This Wiki article gives a very good overview:
If you read through the page you'll find links to several studies. The first shows excellent results of HAMLET against Papilloma skin cancer. The second shows promising results against Glioblastoma in rat models (glioblastoma is almost always fatal and very difficult to treat), and the third shows encouraging action in bladder cancer. A recent press release stated that scientists hope to have HAMLET in hospitals within 5 to 10 years.
This is how real science works. Take a substance (and I think even the most die-hard foodie would have to admit you CAN'T POSSIBLY get more natural than human breast milk) test it, test it again, double-check the results and test some more. If a drug passes all these hurdles, as HAMLET seems to be doing, then it (hopefully, assuming it isn't later found to be flawed) becomes "medicine". If it doesn't, then, well…cranks and nutcases will make documentaries about how it's being "suppressed". The bottom line is that being "natural" is absolutely no impediment whatsoever if a treatment actually works (as HAMLET is ably proving), and no-one will believe a treatment works without some studies to back it up. You want to convince people? Give them studies. Until then, at least as far as I'm concerned, you've got nothing worth hearing.