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"...Ive said many times in the past that your great work World Without Cancer was destined to become a classic.... There is nothing basic in your book that is not as sound as the day it was published; time affords your work greater validation with each passing month...Thank you for your good judgment in "staying the course" with your classic... There are no errors in your book..." -- Ernst T. Krebs, Jr., PhD<br /><br />"A clear and revolutionary insight into both the science and politics of cancer therapy." -- Dean Burk, Ph.D., Former Head of Cytochemistry, National Cancer Institute<br /><br />"A milestone of careful research and penetrating analysis." -- John A. Richardson, M.D., Albany, California<br /><br />"For the first time since I became a nurse 23 years ago, I do not fear cancer!" -- Mrs. R.E. Bruce, R.N., San Diego, California<br /><br />"Griffins book... has had, it is no exaggeration to say, a tremendous influence on the attitude of many thousands of Americans toward cancer, alternative medicine, and the politics of cancer. In his deadpan, factually grounded but highly effective writing style, Griffin reviews the failure of much of orthodox cancer treatment; the little reported history, theory, and intriguing clinical nature of laetrile (a nutritional therapy made from the kernels of apricots and other fruits); and the Byzantine politics and economics of modern medicine and the international pharmaceutical cartel that have prevented many promising alternative therapies from being fully developed and made commercially available. The book is essential reading for a person with cancer, anyone interested in the contemporary history of alternative medicine, and anyone who likes a good story a story all the more amazing because it appears to be largely true. As a journalist who has reported on alternative medicine and the war on cancer for two decades (and with the help of many magazine editors and fact checkers along the way), I can attest to the basic accuracy of Griffins work, as well as its importance to one trying to understand an unusually complex area of modern life. Whether one accepts Griffins underlying thesis about the value of laetrile as an effective treatment, the insights into the medical business and the difficult road alternatives face that can be gleaned from reading World Without Cancer - New Edition make the book well worth the read." -- Peter Chowka, Natural HealthLine, 4/15/97<br /><br />"Mr. Griffin has lifted the veil of mystery from Laetrile." --Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Jr., Discoverer of Vitamin B17 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
G. Edward Griffin is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he majored in speech and communications. He is a recipient of the Telly Award for excellence in television production. He is the founder of the Cancer Cure Foundation and has served on the board of directors of the National Health Federation and the International Association of Cancer Victims and Friends. He is a contributing editor for the New American magazine, president of American Media, and founder of the Reality Zone.
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Mr. Griffin describes the work of Ernst Krebs, Jr., and makes a very strong case for amygdalin (tentatively labeled vitamin B17) and its derivative, Laetrile, as a preventative and treatment for cancer. I have since found a source for amygdalin in fresh, raw apricot seeds, and eat them as a snack several times per day in small quantities. Personally, I think they are delicious, but most of my friends think otherwise. Mr. Griffin also tells of the role of pancreatic enzymes in the control of cancer cells, and from outside reading it would appear an enzyme called serrapeptase that I'm taking for Lyme disease will work in this regard.
The second half of the book delves deeply into the world of "legal" drug cartels and the forces that appear to drive the medical and pharmaceutical establishment of the modern world. After reading Jekyll Island, above, this all seems to fit, although I am sure many readers might become a little impatient with his long analysis.
I would encourage everybody concerned with their health to read this book, as I think it contains good information regarding cancer and its origins, prevention, and treatment. However, I would also encourage people to read as much as they can find on the subject, from various points of view. Read the mainstream critiques of Laetrile with an open mind. Read about iodine and vitamin D. Read about sugar and consider the role it may play in promoting cancer.
By the way, I never did get that test for bone cancer, and that was well over a year ago. Since I have no intention of submitting to chemotherapy or radiation treatment, it really makes no difference.