Posted by diana
on August 13, 2000 at 12:21:42:
In Reply to: Re: Bone Cancer posted by Paul Winter on August 13, 2000 at 00:28:47:
: : Hello All,
: : My dayghter is currently suffering from bone cancer. We are doing everything in our power to help her get better, and nothing seems to work. She is currently has done Chemo, and radiation, but nothing is showing us promising results. So I guess what we are asking, if any of you happen to know a doctor, or have heard something that might helps us, we would appreciate it greatly. It doesn't matter what country, or how much it might cost us, We just want to help our little girl! Any information will be helpful to us.
: : Thank you!
: : Don/Ruth
: Greetings Donand Ruth,
: I run the Cancell Home page; I don't sell anything. Cancell is a safe cancer treatment that has been around for 30 years. NCI lied about their testing of Cancell. I found the actual test data and put it on the web. One thing lead to another and I started to collect data to see if Cancell works as well as a non-profit group, HOPE claims. That claim is 80% success. I have been collecting case histories for four years now. I have found that rate is pretty accurate if a person has not had chemo. The success rate reduces with the nearness of the chemo treatments and the age of the patient.
: I am completely disgusted with:
: The medical community who continue to give patients chemo despite the fact that most oncologists would not take chemo if they contacted cancer)
: The law because you can't sue NCI for this lies they told.
: The news media who will not do anything that might offend such a big customer as the pharmaceutical companies. Fortunately, local programs are more brave and I spent a half hour on a local education program explaining how this travesty came about. I think two people saw it.
: Since I don't have the chemical or medical background to answer many of the questions that I am asked, I work with a man named Tony Bell (330) 688-3147 (home number), Stow, Ohio. He is a chemist Ph.D. who has studied Cancell for eight years. The reason I give you his number is because his wife had bone cancer. Of course Tony knew exactly how to cue it so you may want to speak to him. I would suggest that you go to the Cancell Home page and read as much as you can stand, before contacting him:
: Tony may be difficult to reach. If his phone just rings, he is home and on the other line (otherwise you get an answering machine); just try again in a five or ten minutes. He does not go to bed early.
cancell/cantron is listed on the web site quackwatch,along with the reasons it appears there