Vitamin B17 would seem to be a cancer treatment of such power that the FDA had to pass laws to stop cancer doctors from recommending it. To throw cancer specialists in jail if they ever used it. So effective would B17 seem to be that laws needed to be passed to strike at peoples medical licenses should they even think about trying it on their patients. Doctors were so enthusiastic about the results they were getting that laws needed to be passed to stop them from curing cancer with this vitamin as part of the strategy.
THE HUMBLE HYDROGEN-CYANIDE MOLECULE ONLY CONSISTS OF THREE ATOMS. ONE HYDROGEN, ONE CARBON AND ONE NITROGEN.
Were these laws passed to prevent harm to the patients? I’ll answer that question with another one: Given that vitamin B17 has been with us since 1830, can you name three people who have suffered from B17 poisoning in all that time? If it is hard to name names on this topic we can see that it is implausible to ascribe the blanket ban on the use of B17 to an honest attempt to safeguard the patient.
Of course even in the most cartelized industry there still dwells the minds and hearts of the truly independent. So not all those affected by this hateful law obeyed it. Some heroically put the lives of their patients ahead of the evil whims of monstrous Leviathan. Here I will cut and paste a blurb on one of these heroic individuals. The publication of this fellows records is authentic evidence for the effectiveness of the vitamin B17 in the anti-cancer cause:
“In 1994, P.E. Binzel published his results from treating cancer patients with Laetrile between 1974 and 1991. He used a combination of intravenous and oral Laetrile. Intravenous doses started with 3 gms and worked up to 9 gms. After a period of months, oral Laetrile, 1 gm at bedtime, was begun in place of the injections. Binzel also used various nutrient supplements and pancreatic enzymes, as well as a low animal-protein, no junk-food diet as part of his regimen. Out of a series of 180 patients with primary cancer (non-metastasized, confined to a single organ or tissue), 138 were still alive in 1991 when he compiled his treatment results. At that time, 58 of the patients had been followed for 2 to 4 years, while 80 had a medical follow-up from 5 to 18 years. Of the 42 patients who had died by 1991, 23 died from their cancers, 12 from unrelated causes, and 7 died of “cause unknown”.
Among his metastatic cancer patients, 32 of 108 died from their disease, while 6 died of unrelated causes, and 9 died of “cause unknown”. Of his 61 patients still alive in 1991, 30 had a follow-up between 2 and 4 years, while 31 had been followed for 5 to 18 years.
Binzel’s results are impressive. Some of the individual patients discussed in his book were still alive (and well!) 15-18 years after their initial Laetrile treatment. Binzel also notes that none of the cancer diagnoses were made by him (a small town, “family doctor”) – all patients had diagnoses from other physicians. Many had already suffered the ravages of standard “cut-bum-and poison” (surgery/X-ray/chemotherapy) medicine before being given up as hopeless cases by orthodox doctors.
Other physicians who have worked with Laetrile have also reported favorable results using it.”
EVERYONE NEEDS VITAMIN B12 FOR SURVIVAL. BUT LURKING WITHIN THE HEART OF THE VITAMIN ARE ARRANGEMENTS CLOSE TO THAT OF CYANIDE.
Now some folks don’t seem to see evidence unless they see big corporate, or stolen money financing, coupled with the advanced use of statistics, and mixed up with some ratbaggery called “peer review.”
But in the real world, away from professional priesthood norms, evidence is merely data, related to a specific hypothesis, via a process of reason.
Now take the following for example. If this fellows story checks out, and if he can offer a non-falisfied explanation as to WHY he thinks B17 ought to be part of anti-cancer strategy, then added to this summary we see here, we would have valid evidence, and very good evidence at that:
“Manuel Navarro, M.D., former professor of medicine and surgery at the Univ. of Santo Tomas in Manilla wrote in 1971:
” I… have specialized in oncology [the study of tumors] for the past eighteen years. For the same number of years I have been using Laetrile-amygdalin in the treatment of my cancer patients. During this eighteen year period I have treated a total of over five hundred patients with Laetrile-amygdalin by various routes of administration, including the oral and the I.V. The majority of my patients receiving Laetrile-amygdalin have been in a terminal state when treatment with this material commenced……..
(site diety sez: Notice because of the homocidal laws that are in place the specialist has to leave matters to the very last moment before he can risk what he himself believes to be the most effective cure. This is murder by the FDA. Mass-murder).
…..It is my carefully considered clinical judgment, as a practicing oncologist and researcher in this field, that I have obtained most significant and encouraging results with the use of Laetrile-amygdalin in the treatment of terminal cancer patients, and that these results are comparable or superior to the results I have obtained with the use of the more toxic standard cytotoxic agents.”
THE B17 MOLECULE HAS A CYANIDE ASSASSIN, AND A BENZALDEHYDE CUT-THROAT, HIDING WITHIN. EACH A BRUTAL POISON. EACH A FORCE MULTIPLIER FOR THE OTHER. ATTACHED ARE A COUPLE OF BIG-TITTY “SWEETENERS”, TO GET THE CANCER CELL TO WELCOME ITS KILLERS INSIDE. QUAKADEMIA HAS NOT MUCH TO OFFER THAT COMBINES THE RUTHLESS LETHALITY, WITH THE SURGICAL PRECISION OF CANCER-KILLER SUPREME: B-SEVENTEEN.
Supposing some blockhead suggests that this is not evidence. Nor would it be if the Doctor agreed to take his records and write them up with all due diligence? Well what then is the evidence for the contrary thesis? Where are the testimonies from those doctors who gave B17 their best shot, but couldn’t seem to squeeze any value of the treatment for their overall strategy? It is this countering evidence that appears to be entirely absent.
The Wikipedia alleges that vitamin B17 is toxic. But this is quakademic-or-house-nigger PROJECTION. Since radiation therapy is toxic. Chemotherapy is toxic. And the drugs don’t work on their own, and they are toxic also.
Here is a fellow who has almost half a century experience working with vitamin B17. This is what he says with regards to the vitamins toxicity:
“Dr. Emesto Contreras has used Laetrile as a cornerstone of his cancer practice since 1963. He remarks that “For the prevention of cancer and the maintenance of remission, there is nothing as effective as Laetrile…. Its nontoxicity permits its use indefinitely while surgery, radiation and chemotherapy can only be administered for a limited time…. the majority of cancers that occur more frequently, such as cancers of the lung, breast, colon, ovaries, stomach, esophagus, prostate, and the lymphomas, are much helped by Laetrile.”
So in practice, on humans, its non-toxic. What you would be worried about is some unpredictable effect of the medicines that the quacks were giving you, liberating the B17 poisons, in situations where you do not want them liberated. My only advice would be to start taking it early, and if you are mixing it up with other treatments, stick to a very low dose. A very very low dose. Only go for the higher doses if you are taking a big long rest from the other stuff you are being prescribed. Don’t be taking risks on my recommendation. But the fact is its not the B17 that is toxic under normal circumstances. Only some complication with other remedies could potentially make it so.
Birds iron law of persistent controversies is that they cannot be sustained in the face of the authorities being right, or even more right then the dissenters. Yes its true that controversies can be sustained when both parties are wrong to some degree. But this controversy would not be with us if the authorities were correct in their baseless and homocidal opinion. They are the quacks. They are the cranks. And whilst they may affect to monopolize the alleged “scientific consensus” unto themselves, in truth we are talking about a bunch of bureaucrats, buttressed by a few medically-degreed bootlickers with the eye for the main chance.
So we have this idea that vitamin B17 can be an effective part of an overall cancer-fighting strategy. But how is it alleged to work? What is the process by which, in the eyes of its more knowledgeable supporters, B17, lays out its awesome wrath, to an unsuspecting cancer cell?
We remember the tagline for the alleged strategy of the first Gulf War: Cut them off and kill them. Killing cancer ought to involve a multipronged approach. But the most important thing is to raise pH (cut it off) and then find something specifically toxic to the cancer alone (and kill it). With these two planks in place cancer ought not be a difficult thing to deal with.
But supposing that B17 doesn’t work as advertised? Supposing it will not release its two poisons into the willing embrace of the cancer cell?
Well you would expect an hatchet job on the treatment to have at least attempted to show this would you not?
Try wiki and we will see the same sort of demonizing bullshit that we see when it comes to the global warming crowd. Prejudice posing as science. Look here at their introduction that I tried to make some modest alterations to:
“Amygdalin (from Greek: ἀμυγδάλη amygdálē “almond”), C20H27NO11, is a glycoside initially isolated from the seeds of the tree Prunus dulcis, also known as bitter almonds, by Pierre-Jean Robiquet and A. F. Boutron-Charlard in 1830, and subsequently investigated by Liebig and Wöhler in 1830, and others. Several other related species in the genus of Prunus, including apricot (Prunus armeniaca) and black cherry (Prunus serotina), also contain amygdalin.
It was promoted in a modified form called laetrile as a cancer cure by Ernst T. Krebs under the name “Vitamin B17”, but studies have found it to be ineffective. It is also not a vitamin, and can cause cyanide poisoning. The promotion of laetrile to treat cancer has been described in the scientific literature as a canonical example of quackery, with Irving Lerner of the University of Minnesota describing it as “the slickest, most sophisticated, and certainly the most remunerative cancer quack promotion in medical history.””
This introduction is not supportable given the concrete facts mentioned in the rest of the article. Still even the tamest modification was resisted and overturned.
Now we will take some time out to see if they even pretend to have evidence that the one-two-kick of B17 does not occur as advertised ……………….
No they do not even pretend that this kicker doesn’t happen on a micro level. What we see instead is the conflation with eating bitter almonds. The allegation that since they managed to poison a few rats allegedly with this compound, that humans are likely to be poisoned too. The allegation that this gear will poison you without the evidence for the allegation ….. and ignoring decades of use of the product ….. And a generally bigoted attitude shown throughout.
While the footnotes and links seem impressive on the face of it, as far as it is possible to track back on the internet there seems to be next to nothing there.
Here is a representative example:
“Amygdalin toxicity studies in rats predict chronic cyanide poisoning in humans.
Newton GW, Schmidt ES, Lewis JP, Conn E, Lawrence R.
Significant amounts of cyanide are released when amygdalin (Laetrile), a cyanogenic glycoside, is given orally or intravenously to rats. The amount of cyanide liberated following oral administration is dependent in part on the bacterial flora of the gut and can be suppressed by antibiotic pretreatment of the animals. Bacteria from human feces likewise hydrolyze amygdalin with release of cyanide.
Humans taking amygdalin orally in the hope of preventing cancer are likely to be exposed to levels of cyanide in excess of that associated with the development of tropical ataxic neuropathy in people of underdeveloped countries where food containing cyanogenic glycosides is a staple part of the diet.”
Not exactly convincing is it! Speculation of poisoning, oddly out of kilter with many decades of practice. You can buy the stuff now and eat it. Who has been poisoned? Name names?
When you follow the links you at first are expecting to find some evidence of human poisoning. But no such poisoning shows up with regards to the vitamin itself. Only the allegation of poisoning from someone eating bitter almonds. Stay away from the bitter almonds. Name names. Who has been poisoned by this product?
So in fact these homocidal maniacs are lying. Or we might say that quakademia and Leviathan are given to outbreaks of unscientific hysteria.
Back in the real world we see that radiation, chemotherapy, and cancer drugs are incredibly toxic. The first two making you shrivel up, and make all your hair fall out, just for starters. Quakademias potions and violations are dangerous, highly toxic and incredibly invasive. They make you sick immediately and you still die of cancer a lot of the time. Statistically quackademias treatments make you live maybe three months longer on average. And in nasty ill-health to boot.
Whereas B17 is not toxic to normal cells at relevant levels or else people could not have sustained the treatment over long periods, in accordance with the testimony of the specialists using this as part of their strategy.
Always remember. Socialism never works. “Socialism never works. But sometimes it can take sometime to fail.”
The vast bulk of health problems can be dealt with cheaply and with powerful effectiveness, with very little attention from doctors of a mainstream bent. Find the doctor and specialist who will listen to you. Find the born healer who is a conceptualist and a strategist. Find the fellow who is an independent man of reason.