Misc. Article Archive
Free Market Medicine, by Robert W. Lee
Dr. Stanislaw R. Burzynski, founder of the Houston-based Burzynski Institute that treats cancer patients with substances called antineoplastons. On May 27th, after less than three hours of deliberation, a federal jury in Houston acquitted Burzynski on the single remaining count of the 75 for which he and his clinic had been indicted by a grand jury in 1995. It was Burzynski's second trial this year. The first, which began in early January, entailed 20 days of testimony by more than 80 witnesses regarding 34 counts of mail fraud, 40 counts of introducing antineoplastons illegally into interstate commerce, and a single contempt-of-court count alleging that Burzynski and his clinic violated a 1983 federal court order precluding such interstate dispersion of the drugs.
How Antineoplastons Fight Cancer, by Terri Mitchell
Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski has spent 40 years attempting to isolate anticancer factors in the human body. In an exclusive Life Extension interview, Dr. Burzynski discusses how natural anticancer agents called antineoplastons could revolutionize cancer treatment.
New Anticancer Treatment Excites Researchers, by Terri Mitchell
The use of "histone deacetylase inhibitors" forms the basis for a sophisticated new anticancer treatment being developed at the National Cancer Institute. The treatment is founded on the idea that the abnormal behavior of cancer cells can be targeted and reversed.
Information about Milk by Dave Rietz
Everything you know about cow's milk and dairy is probably part of a Dairy industry MYTH! Cow's milk is an unhealthy fluid from diseased animals that has a wide range of dangerous and disease-causing substances that have a cumulative negative effect on all who consume it.
Take the Dairy Trivia test.
Remember that it is tradition, culture, and marketing, not nutrition, that are responsible for the American habit of drinking cow's milk. Take the dairy trivia test and find out just how much you don't know about milk and dairy products.