James D. Watson, Ph.D., was a co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule, for which he received the Noble prize. This scientist is quite knowledgeable in the medical research field and has the integrity to speak out: “The American public is being sold a nasty bill of goods about cancer. While they’re being told about cancer cures, the cure rate has im- proved only about one percent. The grim can- cer statistics are about as bad as ever. Today, the press releases coming out of the National Cancer Institute have all the honesty of the Pentagon’s.”—Dr. James Watson, quoted by at- torney George Kell, in testimony before the California Assembly Committee of Health, May 20, 1976.
The handling of cancer statistics is a problem. Dr. Hardin Jones, professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California at Berkeley, is a recognized authority on cancer de- mography (cancer statistics). In a speech at the 1969 conference of the ACS, he declared that there is usually a wide difference between the pub- lished statistics about cancer success rates and the actual results of practicing physicians who universally experience a low success rate. The variation is accomplished by tampering with the statistics (Hardin B. Jones, Ph.D., “Report on Can- ce ,” paper delivered to the ACS 11th Annual Sci- ence Writers Conference, New Orleans, March 7, 1969).
In his speech, Dr. Jones went on to explain some of the techniques used to “doctor” the sta- tistics.
One method is loading the statistics with easy- to-heal skin cancers, plus a large number of con- ditions which may not have been cancer.
Another technique is to list any of the controls who died as having died while not listing any of the patients under treatment who died as having died.
In conclusion, Jones said this: “The apparent life expectancy of untreated cases of cancer after such adjustment in the table seems to be greater than that of the treated cases.”—Ibid.
The medical researchers, to whom this book and this chapter are written,—do you realize what that means? If you contract cancer, ac- cording Dr. Hardin Jones, an expert in cancer statistics, you will live longer if you just stay at home, make no changes, keep living the way you have been, and pay for no treatment!
This is why “cancer screening” and “early detection of cancer” by the physicians is even
more dangerous! The quicker they apply the cut, burn, and poison, the quicker you will die. Six years later, Dr. Jones must have retired, for then he really told it straight. Read this and burn it into your memory: “You see, it is not the cancer that kills the victim. It’s the breakdown of the defense mecha- nism that eventually brings death. “With every cancer patient who keeps in excellant physical shape and boosts his health to build up his natural resistance, there’s a high chance that the body will find its own defense against cancer. He may have many good years left in good health. He shouldn’t squander them by being made into a hopeless invalid through radical intervention which has zero chance of extending his life.”—Hardin Jones, Ph.D., quoted in Midnight, September 1, 1975. “It is utter nonsense to claim that catching cancer symptoms early enough will increase the patient’s chances of survival. Not one medical scientist or study has proven that in any way . . “My studies have proved conclusively that untreated cancer victims actually live up to four times longer than treated individuals.”—Hardin B. Jones, Ph.D., quoted in Daniel S. Greenberg, “Cancer: Now the Bad News,” Private Practice, May 1975, 68.
Research scientists, the “proven cures” of sur- gery, radiation, and chemotherapy do not exist. We need your help. Give us something better, something based on better living, which will give us longer living.
We have spent billions, multiplied over and over again, on cancer research and treatment. The money spent has accomplished nothing. There is no such thing as a “fight against can- cer.” Every year, the number of people dying of cancer increases.
of the book,
published by the American Cancer Society, 58 unproven methods of treating cancer. By
tested by the worthwhile.
On that annotated list only about 10 were ex- amined. Some were given a cursory examination and the notation of “no investigation.”