** The proper response to cancer is not to blast the body with toxic chemicals and radiation, but rather to feed it various nutrients and compounds that communicate naturally with genes how to effectively destroy cancer cells on their own.
** The Burzynski treatment is the only cure for "incurable" brainstem gliomas that has been tested in FDA-approved trials -- and it successfully cures up to 50 percent of them, while conventional treatments cure absolutely zero.
** Congressional passage of the "Prescription Drug User Fee Act" in 1992 is the reason why the FDA has become Big Pharma's lapdog. The law basically allows drug companies to purchase approval for drugs from the FDA through drug application user fees, which has stunted any real mainstream progress in discovering a cure for cancer.
** The FDA has already approved more than 25 different cancer drugs that mimic Dr. Burzynski's treatment protocol by targeting the genes responsible for cancer growth -- but none of these drugs are effective because they are synthetic copycats that target only one or two genes, rather than the nearly 100 genes that Dr. Burzynski's treatment targets.
** Most or all of the chemotherapy drugs that doctors prescribe actually cause cancer -- and this "side effect" sits alongside other devastating ones like heart failure, infertility, nerve damage, and kidney damage.
The personal healing stories, the extensive background, and the thorough details surrounding the entire Dr. Burzynski saga are truly fascinating. This is definitely a documentary I highly recommend, and one that you won't want to miss. The good news is that the film's creators have graciously posted the movie in its entirety for FREE at NaturalNews.TV:
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