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    I shelled out $300,000 to 2 worthless hospital's treating a brain trumor in my 5 year with a ZERO PERCENT SURVIVAL RATE. She lasted 6 month's. I could care less what you or Steve Job's think. You don't like what I am providing, DON'T READ IT!!!

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      "The AMA has participated in a conspiracy to restrict competition. The AMA has restricted, blocked, and in some cases ELIMINATED new form's of health care." 1980 U.S. APPEAL'S COURT JUDGE IN NEW YORK.

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        And you can't fix naive.

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          The conspiracy whacko (SENATOR CHARLES TOBEY) had his son cured of cancer by an alternative researcher in the northeast and when he and his son contacted over 100 AMA cancer researcher's to see if they would travel to this clinic to see the man's work, THEY ALL REFUSED TO GO. While Charles Tobey Junior was being treated, he learned of a WAR going on between the AMA and Harry Hoxsey which started after the AMA pr...

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            DR IVY Now I'm going to give you a first-hand report on something that is almost unbelievable to have occurred and to have been allowed to occur here in the United States of America, which we say is the hope of the world. Out in Chicago, there was a man, a doctor, of national repute, specialist in cancer. His name is Dr. Andrew C. Ivy. He is Vice President of the University of Illinois School of Medicine. He was so b...

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              SENATOR ELMER THOMAS ANSWERING HARRY HOXSEY IN 1947: "It seem's the medical fraternity is highly organized and that they have decided to crush you and your institution if at all possible. I have had a few round's with the head's of the medical organization as well as the public health service here in Washington and it seem's that the public official's are afraid that if they make any move or say anything antaganisti...

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                The following link contain's a lengthy story and at the bottom of the page is the MOST SHOCKING LETTER I HAVE EVER READ IN 53 YEAR'S FROM A SITTING U.S. SENATOR IN 1947.    HarryHoxsey- An Introduction to His Life and Work - Inicio www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/supressed_inventions/suppressed...

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                  Probably the most revealing statement I have ever heard a "Physician" make EVER. I think COLD and CALOUS describes it very well and he made it in front of 80 pediatrician's in Pittsburgh. "He said there would be new diseases . . . which had not ever been seen before. (They) would be very difficult to diagnose and be untreatable - at least for a long time. . . . 'We can cure almost every cancer right now. Information...

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                    Good luck.

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                      1953 FITZGERALD REPORT: The attention of the Committee is invited to the request made by Senator Elmer Thomas following an investigation made by the Senator of the Hoxsey Cancer Clinic under date of February 25th, 1947, and addressed to the Surgeon General, Public Health Department, Washington, D.C., wherein he sought to enlist the support of the Federal Government to make an investigation and report. No such invest...

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