Hoxsey: When Healing Becomes A Crime
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(May 17, 2005)
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Although this video is an outstanding, factual and unbiased exposé of one man's unfortunate experience with "Big Medicine", it is also, at the same time disturbing, frustrating and maddening. If you are of the opinion that health care in America, as controled by the FDA and the AMA, is the greatest thing since sliced bread...you probably should avoid this video. It isn't one of your mother's little bed time stories.
On the other hand, if your experience with health care in America has ever led you to ask yourself the question "why haven't we been able to cure cancer yet"?...this video will go a long way toward answering that question.
Right now our country is in the midst of a very heated debate about the wisdom and cost and practical implementation of a government sponsered universal health care. Watch this video and you may begin to understand just who really controls health care in America and just where this current debate is likely to wind up.Read more ›
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This story is very interesting, about alternative medicine, invented by
It's an old tape but good.
We have been going to the Clinic since the 1970's and appreciate having this DVD on its interesting but difficult history.Published on February 22, 2013 by Sunny
I cannot say enough good things about this DVD. The American Medical Association and the modern medical community have brainwashed us on three counts:
1) About what is good... Read more
This is a great documentary. Apparently the same DVD has been released under two different titles: the copy I received is titled "Hoxsey: The Quack Who Cured Cancer". Read morePublished on August 13, 2009 by Gary Brooke
If you have a friend or loved one battling cancer, this movie is a must see!! There is so much more available than is made known to the general public. Read morePublished on April 12, 2009 by Becki Baumgartner
the book is far better than the movie, but it is a good make and I do recommend it.Published on August 28, 2008 by B. Coleman