Maybe if God weren't so busy helping Tim Tebow win football games on Sunday he could cure my wife's cancer. I guess some things are more important than others.
Sorry 'bout your spouse. This link [http://www.burzynskiclinic.com] is to an alternative treatment center in Houston, Texas. The founder and chief physician has had good success. It's just a thought.
I hear ya... I can't stand the atheletes thanking god and the " It's god's plan" people.
I don't agree at all. I saw a two hour documentary on the man and many of his cured patients were interviewed and testified. He was repeatedly hauled to Washington DC by the FDA and all claims and charges were ultimately dismissed, much to the chagrin of the pharmaceutical industry. During the hearings clients testified that he was responsible for either themselves or their loved ones still being alive, often years after treatment had stopped. His research was stolen and patents made by others based on his work.
The methodology his clinics uses is organic and non-invasive unlike the poisoning of chemotherapy where the patient comes close to death in many instances.
If the traditional methods have failed, and chemotherapy doesn't have a stellar track record, I would not be critical of someone who chooses to enlist Mr. Burzynski's services. None of his patients have ever reported any adverse or dangerous reactions to his treatment. I would recommend you investigate the shenanigans of the pharmaceutical industry played on this individual in Texas and DC.
I think it is unfair to group him with faith healers and other charlatans of the trade.
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