Alternate Cancer Remedies
ent stages of cyclic development, advancing from harmless bacteria to more dangerous bacteria or fungi.
Enderlein believed that one factor, triggering such changes to the more toxic form, included a diet rich in animal fats and proteins, as well as radiation and other carcinogenic factors.
These discoveries in pleomorphism are vigor- ously denied by the medical establishment. It says that such microorganisms are just anomalies and that, even if they do exist, play no part in cancer.
One exception is Raymond K. Brown, M.D., a physician and former researcher at SKI in New York City. He made this statement:
“Pleomorphic organisms are demonstrable as the silent stage of a gamut of infections, and they’ve been found in not only cancer patients, but those individuals afflicted with arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and other diseases.”—R.K. Brown, M.D., AIDS, Cancer and the Medical Establishment, 1986, 92.
doing to their bodies by the food they choose to eat and the way they choose to live.
W.C. Huerper, who retired in 1965 as head of the Environmental Cancer Section, National Can- cer Institute, stated:
“The evidence on hand, when critically and competently evaluated, in fact strongly suggests that the majority of cancers affecting the following organs are attributable to exposures to environ- mental carcinogens: skin, mouth, paranasal si- nuses, larnyx, lung, esophagus, stomach, intestine, liver, blood-forming organs, bone, bladder, kidney, and thyroid. The probable existence of similar causal relations can be suspected, moreover, for at least a part of the cancers affecting the brain, breast and uterus.”
In 1928, Barker wrote “Cancer is a disease of over-civilization or faulty civilization, and is caused by chronic poisoning in almost any form; and it cannot be doubted that much disease is caused by our being bombarded with chemicals and poi- sons in minute quantities at all meals” (Cance , the Surgeon and the Researcher).
ADDITIONAL AREAS FOR EXPLORATORY RESEARCH
Note to researchers: Here are a number of additional top- ics requiring additional cancer research.
CATALASE—Over 20 years ago, Dr. O. Loew discovered the important enzyme, catalase. It has since been determined that this enzyme is pro- gressively diminished in both the tumor and the person or animal with the tumor. It is now known that catalase can be reduced in the body by the presence of viruses and also carcinogenic agents.
Because catalase inhibition in red blood cor- puscles result in the formation of Heinz bodies, this could be a rapid method of screening agents for carcinogenic activity. Careful research should be made, for this could enable us to more quickly determine carcinogenic agents.
The presence of catalase in cells enables them to live in the presence of oxygen. It is coming to be recognized that this fundamental biological mecha- nism could be a key to cancer diagnosis and con- trol.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND DIETETIC POISONS— During the past 50 years, famous men—like the Nobel Prize winners Alexis Carrel, Szent Gyorgyi, and others—have emphasized that until we intel- ligently reform some of our habits of civilization there will be no measurable reduction in the inci- dence of this disease in the majority of the popu- lation.
Methods must be introduced to awaken the public to the very real dangers of what they are
EXERCISE—One of the best preventive mea- sures against cancer may be exercise. Drs. R.A. Holman and Warburg declared that impaired uti- lization of oxygen in the body was a significant cause of cancer.
The German researcher, Dr. Ernst van Aaken, kept close tabs on a group of 454 members of a club of long-distance runners. He found that in the six-year period of his study, only four of the runners got cancer; and all recovered and are now running again. Records were also kept on a paral- lel group of 454 normal men who did not run. During the same time period, 29 cases of cancer occurred and 17 died of the disease (Stadt- Anzeiger, January 15, 1971).
The runners were continually providing them- selves with more oxygen than they needed, says Dr. van Aaken.
ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING—Dr. John Ott, the de- veloper of time lapse photography, found that, in mice inbred for cancer, those in daylight cages de- velop malignant tumors under artificial light in the average of two months later than mice kept under white artificial light, and three months later than those under pink lights (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 117, 624-635, Septem- ber 10, 1964).
During the summer months, 15 terminal can- cer patients attending the outpatient department at New York’s Bellevue Medical Center agreed to follow Ott’s suggestion for prolonged hours out- doors, minus eyeglasses or sunglasses. At the end