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Cancer cure was discovered 35 years ago, but it was repressed by the pharmaceutical industry

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“Burzynski, the Movie” is a documentary devoted to the victory of a medical doctor and Ph.D. biochemist, Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski. He discovered the cure for cancer, but after that he had to go through the large, intricate and fascinating legal battle against the Food & Drug Administration.

No such legal process was recorded in the entire American history.

Dr. Burzynski discovered the cure for cancer in the 1970’s. His gene-targeted cancer medicines, called Antineoplastons, still don’t have the FDA approval, but when that happens, the work of this doctor will officially drastically change the general approach to treating cancerous conditions. At the same time, he will set the new record – he will become the first person to hold the exclusive patent and distribution rights on a paradigm-shifting medical breakthrough. So far, only pharmaceutical companies have been enjoying this privilege.

This documentary, directed by Eric Merola, is free at the moment and it will be until June 13th. After that, this movie will be available with charge and the funds will be used for the process of getting FDA approval.

Antineoplastons successfully cured some of the most serious forms of cancer. Based on the experience of many effectively treated patients who shared their stories in this film, it is clear that with this cure no surgery, chemotherapy or radiation is needed. The medical records of those patients confirm their diagnosis and their progress in fighting against this severe disease.

In the video below, natural health physician and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola together with Drs. Stanislaw and Greg Burzynski talk about natural ways of treating cancer.

Mirrorspectrum.com

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