‘Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business’ – WATCH IT FREE NOW

by Mar 16, 2014Health & Vaccines, Video9 comments

Until March 25, 2014, only, you can watch the documentary film "Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business" FOR FREE online. I highly recommend making the time to do so.

Until March 25, 2014, only, you can watch the documentary film “Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business” FOR FREE online. I highly recommend making the time to do so.

Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business, Part I

Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business, Part II

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9 Comments

    • Banzai Otis

      Oscar, I know this post is probably way too late to be of any help, but I wouldn’t feel right in not responding after seeing your comment.

      Burzynski is a fraud. He is a quack who has been manipulating the legal loopholes of what constitutes a clinical trial under the FDA for at least a couple of decades and has faced regulatory and legal consequences multiple times. He charges outrageous amounts for people to participate in his “trials”, which are really just a fraudulent framework under which he can practice his unproven and dubious antineoplaston therapy. His therapy would be illegal if he wasn’t pretending to have ongoing clinical trials. Think about this: you shouldn’t need gofundme to participate in a clinical trial! Usually they pay you, not the other way around.

      If your friend is still fighting, please get them to a real oncologist (which Burzynski is not btw) ASAP. Here is some reading that might point you in the direction of more info on Burzynski. Even if you think I’m full of it, please read this info and look into it further for yourself.

      Best of luck, I hope your friend is doing well.

      https://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/the-texas-medical-board-vs-stanislaw-burzynski-2014-edition/
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burzynski_Clinic#Legal_issues
      http://thehoustoncancerquack.com/

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      • Jeremy R. Hammond

        You should watch the documentary series.

  1. Hyungnam Gu

    Although Burzynski and his associates claim success in the use of antineoplaston combinations for the treatment of various diseases, and some of the clinic’s patients say they have been helped, there is no evidence of the clinical efficacy of these methods. The consensus among the professional community, as represented by the American Cancer Society and Cancer Research UK among others, is that antineoplaston therapy is unproven and the overall probability of the treatment turning out to be as claimed is low due to lack of credible mechanisms and the poor state of research after more than 35 years of investigation. While the antineoplaston therapy is marketed as a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy, it is a form of chemotherapy with significant known side effects including severe neurotoxicity.

    Independent scientists have been unable to reproduce the positive results reported in Burzynski’s studies: NCI observed that researchers other than Burzynski and his associates have not been successful in duplicating his results, and Cancer Research UK states that “available scientific evidence does not support claims that antineoplaston therapy is effective in treating or preventing cancer.”

    There is no convincing evidence from randomized controlled trials in the scientific literature that antineoplastons are useful treatments of cancer, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved these products for the treatment of any disease. The American Cancer Society has stated since 1983 that there is no evidence that antineoplastons have any beneficial effects in cancer and recommended that people do not buy these products since there could be serious health consequences. A 2004 medical review described antineoplaston treatment as a “disproven therapy”.

    In 1998, three oncologists were enlisted by the weekly Washington newsletter The Cancer Letter to conduct independent reviews of Burzynski’s clinical trial research on antineoplastons. They concluded that the studies were poorly designed, not interpretable, and “so flawed that it cannot be determined whether it really works”. One of them characterized the research as “scientific nonsense”. In addition to questioning Burzynski’s research methods, the oncologists found significant and possibly life-threatening toxicity in some patients treated with antineoplastons.

    The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center has stated: “Bottom Line: There is no clear evidence to support the anticancer effects of antineoplastons in humans.”

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    • Jeremy R. Hammond

      Please cite your sources (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burzynski_Clinic) and avoid violating other terms of use of the comments section:

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      • Hyungnam Gu

        The terms of use has no regulation about quotation.

      • Jeremy R. Hammond

        You are mistaken. It is explicit: “You are welcome to share links to sources containing information relevant to the article topic in order to support your arguments, but not to make your argument for you.”

      • Hyungnam Gu

        ok !

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