Bad Medicine ‘Burzynski: Cancer is Serious Business’ – Part 1

His “Antineoplastons” Therapy Has Been Shown to Help Cure “Incurable” Terminal Cancer

July 22, 2011

Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski has cured hundreds of people of brain cancer over the past three decades from his Houston, TX clinic. The State of Texas tried and failed once and the Federal Government tried twice to convict him of any wrongdoing, with several of his grateful patients as witnesses testifying that the doctor cured them of cancers previously thought to be incurable.

Why has the government been trying to imprison a doctor who has cured hundreds of cancer patients, many of whom are still in remission 10 years after treatment?

The director of this film, Eric Merola suspects that it is because when his “Antineoplastons” therapies are approved for public use, it will allow a single scientist (Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski) to hold the exclusive license to manufacture and sell these medicines on the open market – before they become generic – leaving Big Pharma out of the game of profiting from the most effective, gene-targeted cancer treatment the world has ever seen.

Because Dr. Burzynski is now once again being sued by the State of Texas, the recently-released documentary about his work, his many triumphs both with cancer patients and with the State and Federal legal authorities – a film that is as infuriating as it is inspiring – has now free to the public.

Please share this film with as many people as you can.


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