Nicholas Gonzalez MD NYC War On Cancer ANNOUNCER: Hello, the following video may
shock you, but hopefully it will also stimulate you to look into the many healing options
available to someone diagnosed with cancer. Nicholas Gonzalez MD from NYC now explains why the war on cancer
has been a multi-billion dollar fraud. INTERVIEWER: This country has had the war
on cancer for a better part of 40 years. Hundreds of millions of dollars raised for the cancer
fundraisers every year, but yet it’s still such a big problem why is that? DR.GONZALEZ: They are on the wrong direction.
They are in the wrong direction and Nixon declared the war on cancer I think it was
1971. The current NCI, National Cancer Institute budget is $6 billion a year, the NIH budget
is 30, up to, it depends on which newspaper your read, up to $36 billion a year and a
lot of the NIH budget goes to cancer. The American Cancer Society raises $600-700 million
a year. They have a bank account in excess of a billion dollars and to me they are absolutely
a reprehensible organization. Less than 29% of their income goes into the charitable purpose,
and even then people have looked in and they have said very little goes to actual research.
A lot of it goes into very nice salaries for the executives.
So unfortunately we believe that the research direction is totally misguided. Chemotherapy
began in 1946 when the Department of Defense funded Dr. Goodman and Gillman at Yale University,
very eminent pharmacologist who wrote the classic textbook on pharmacology to find a
medical use for mustard gas, so he did some laboratory experiments and they just found,
I mean they were told to do it, they did it. They were funded, and then rats they could
reverse tumors using mustard gas which was of course used in the war as a poison, and
then they tried it on a single lymphoma patient who had advanced disease and all his tumors
regressed and he did die, you know, within a couple of month, but no one had ever seen
tumors in a cancer patient regress with a drug, and that started the whole chemo regimen
and it was like Madame Curie with radiation. They made the assumption that because it had
worked so well on lymphoma, it was going to work for all cancers.
Well, as it turns out, ironically lymphoma is like Hodgkins or one of the few groups
of cancer that actually respond to chemo. Most, and they are rare cancers, the majority
of cancers with typical solid tumors do not respond to chemo, but that, because of that
extraordinary response in a single patient that lasted a few weeks, the entire chemo
industry came into fruition. Drug companies loved it because you could patent these things.
In a natural treatment you can’t patent. There’s absolutely no incentive for any drug company
looking into my work and we’ve had industry support, but it’s, what we do is non-patentable,
and great! I think it’s great it’s not patentable, and then anyone who wants to research it can,
but chemo drugs because they are synthetic creations in the laboratory can be patented,
and that’s what started the whole rush and the whole direction of oncology, one, because
of that single patient in 1946 toward chemotherapy even though, you know, 60 years later, you
know, 66 years later, for most cancers it’s not effective, but they are still trying and
now they have the targeted drugs but they don’t work well either and they are terribly
expensive, so it’s, cancer just took. There was a fork in the road, it could have gone
towards natural treatments. It could have gone toward, you know, synthetic, and they
chose to go with the synthetic drugs based on one patient.
Now, interestingly enough, right about that time, around 1946, Dr. Gerson who had his
own nutritional protocol long before Kelly had presented cases to Congress of cured cancer
patients with a nutritional therapy, and there are actually hearings on Gerson’s work and
I have the reports from those, but when the single patient responded, the forgot about
Gerson and the nutritional and alternative, it all went toward chemotherapy, and since
then the NCI, the NIH, and the American Cancer Society. They are looking for the magic bullet.
It was kind of the penicillin model, you know, they were coming off of World War II where
penicillin had saved so many soldier’s lives and Appel’s penicillin had been discovered
by Fleming in 1928, but it wasn’t until World War II when you had all these infected wounds
in soldiers where it began to be used and it was miraculous, and give it credit, of
course, it reversed these terrible infections. They had never seen anything like it.
So the research establishment was trying to look for that magic bullet like penicillin
that would work in cancer the way penicillin worked in infectious disease, but infectious
disease is completely different than cancer. So for a number of theoretical, philosophical,
emotional reasons in that single case in 1946 the entire research establishment with hundreds
of billions of dollars spent over the last four years has gone to chemotherapy. ANNOUNCER: Thank you for watching Nicholas Gonzalez MD.
What you have just seen is a little depressing. Just remember that with cancer there are
many treatment options. If you go to our website, Doctor-Gonzalez.com, you can view the case
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