Burzynski The Movie - Cancer Is Serious Business

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<em><em><strong>Burzynski, the Movie</strong></em> </em>is the story of a medical doctor and Ph.D biochemist named Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski who won the largest, and possibly the most convoluted and intriguing legal battle against the Food &amp; Drug Administration in American history.

His victorious battles with the United States government were centered around Dr. Burzynski's gene-targeted cancer medicines he discovered in the 1970's called Antineoplastons, which have currently completed Phase II FDA-supervised clinical trials in 2009 and could begin the final phase of FDA testing in 2011–barring the ability to raise the required $300 million to fund the final phase of FDA clinical trials.

When Antineoplastons are approved, it will mark the first time in history a single scientist, not a pharmaceutical company, will hold the exclusive patent and distribution rights on a paradigm-shifting medical breakthrough.

Antineoplastons are responsible for curing some of the most incurable forms of terminal cancer. Various cancer survivors are presented in the film who chose these medicines instead of surgery, chemotherapy or radiation - with full disclosure of medical records to support their diagnosis and recovery - as well as systematic (non-anecdotal) FDA-supervised clinical trial data comparing Antineoplastons to other available treatments—which is published within the peer-reviewed medical literature.

This documentary<strong> </strong>takes the audience through the treacherous, yet victorious, 14-year journey both Dr. Burzynski and his patients have had to endure in order to obtain FDA-approved clinical trials of Antineoplastons.

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  • MaryJane 5 years ago

    Beware of where you get your information and consider the motives of those providing the information. Corporate media has a corporate agenda. You have to follow the money trail. No one is going to be able to make billions of dollars off of people eating and juicing organic produce that can be grown in their own front yards, so those who fabricate "medicine" launch a propaganda campaign and buy off public officials in order to maintain the flow of cash in their direction. And regarding your comment "Gerson was a quack whose therapies involved him putting various things up the ass of his patients, including ozone," he performed enemas using organic coffee. Even doctors of western medicine perform enemas so what's your point?

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  • Jane Doe 5 years ago

    Excellent film, and very enlightening as well. Question: Is it really possible ?  Answer: I am afraid so.

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  • Jane Doe 5 years ago

    Excellent film, and very enlightening as well. Question: Is it really possible ?  Answer: I am afraid so.

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  • Gerson was a quack whose therapies involved him putting various things up the ass of his patients, including ozone. On his success rates:z

    "Anecdotal evidence collected outside the Gerson Institute suggests that
    the Therapy is not effective against cancer. When a group of 13 patients
    sickened by elements of the Gerson Therapy were evaluated in hospitals
    in San Diego in the early 1980s, all 13 were found to still have active cancer.[11] The Gerson Institute's claimed "cure rates" have been questioned; an investigation by Quackwatch
    found that the Institute's claims of cure were based not on actual
    documentation of survival, but on "a combination of the doctor's
    estimate that the departing patient has a 'reasonable chance of
    surviving,' plus feelings that the Institute staff have about the status
    of people who call in."[13]
    In 1994, a study published in the alternative medical literature
    described 18 patients treated for cancer with the Gerson Therapy. Their
    median survival from treatment was 9 months. Five years after receiving
    the Gerson treatment, 17 of the 18 patients had died of their cancer,
    while the one surviving patient had active non-Hodgkin lymphoma.[14]"

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  • Gerson was a quack whose therapies involved him putting various things up the ass of his patients, including ozone. On his success rates:z

    "Anecdotal evidence collected outside the Gerson Institute suggests that
    the Therapy is not effective against cancer. When a group of 13 patients
    sickened by elements of the Gerson Therapy were evaluated in hospitals
    in San Diego in the early 1980s, all 13 were found to still have active cancer.[11] The Gerson Institute's claimed "cure rates" have been questioned; an investigation by Quackwatch
    found that the Institute's claims of cure were based not on actual
    documentation of survival, but on "a combination of the doctor's
    estimate that the departing patient has a 'reasonable chance of
    surviving,' plus feelings that the Institute staff have about the status
    of people who call in."[13]
    In 1994, a study published in the alternative medical literature
    described 18 patients treated for cancer with the Gerson Therapy. Their
    median survival from treatment was 9 months. Five years after receiving
    the Gerson treatment, 17 of the 18 patients had died of their cancer,
    while the one surviving patient had active non-Hodgkin lymphoma.[14]"

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