Specific Systems of Treatment
Although scorned by the English medical pro- fession as unworthy of their notice, oddly enough, the Presbyterian Hospital in Newark, N.J., heard about the Rees Evans treatment and successfully tested it. Although no publicity was permitted in the United States, a now-defunct tabloid, the Pic- ture Post, disclosed it to the public in September 1950.
Royal Society and Sir Alexander Fleming, the dis- coverer of penicillin.
Repeatedly, Evans offered to demonstrate his methods in treating the sick to the committee, but his offers were declined.
____________________ WILLIAM FREDERICH KOCH, M.D., 1920
That same year, Evans came to the United States, at the invitation of the Presbyterian Hospi- tal. By this time, he had already treated a thou- sand cancer patients.
Diagnoses, treatment, and recoveries at the hospital were all done under the close observa- tion of medical doctors and then published.
This aroused the wrath of the British medical profession to a white heat, and they scornfully re- jected the Newark report. But public interest was so great, they found it necessary to appoint a board of inquiry through Aneurin Bevan, British Minis- ter of Health.
Its final report was issued on June 14, 1952, and was carefully worded. Here are some excerpts:
“It [the committee] did not examine patients under treatment since it considered that in most forms of cancer assessment of the results of treatment it is not possible until treatment has ended, and also since the technical details of applying any particular treatment are irrelevant to the assessment of its value in treating can- cer.”
Note to researchers: Koch was a genius, devising new tech- niques on several cancer fronts. His research needs to be reex- amined and vindicated.
Working Summary: Koch was a brilliant researcher/physi- cian who first improved on Coley’s fever treatment, and then develop Glyoxylide which destroyed cancer tissue by bringing oxygen to it. Could Glyoxylide be hydrogen peroxide? Glyoxylide is no longer available, nor do we know the formula.
In 1931, Otto Warburg received the Nobel prize, in physiology and medicine for some of his work, which related to his discovery that cancer cells cannot survive in the presence of oxygen.
But a decade earlier, a remarkable man of the highest intellect had anticipated Warburg’s discov- ery. In this report, his theories of cancer and meth- ods for treating it are closely interwoven.
Dr. Koch had an M.D., Ph.D., was a teacher at a medical college and a careful researcher. He it was who, before the age of 30, discovered that the removal of the parathyroids would produce death. Physicians were routinely removing thyroids and wondering why so many of their patients died from tetany (the parathyroids regulate calcium metabo- lism).
Skin cancers were ignored, because the com- mittee said they were “rodent ulcers” and not real malignancies. “Evidence of success in healing rodent ul- cers throws no light on whether the same method will be useful in the treatment of can- cers in general.”
As to the herbs themselves, in one brief para- graph their possible value was declared worthless. “Samples of the materials used by Mr. Rees Evans in treatment were analyzed and tested in experiments on animals. The committee was advised by the leading experts that the results obtained did not provide any indication for rec- ommending further experiments.”
About the year 1915, while teaching at the Uni- versity of Detroit, Koch noted that there was a marked coagulation of blood and tissues in can- cer tissue. He reasoned that, since this normally was a protective mechanism because of toxic problems, injury, or irritation, could it be that there might be toxins in the cancer tissue which could be removed?
With this in mind, Koch set about devising a means of eliminating those toxins.
Actually, Koch had a good basis of thinking. It is now known that cancer frequently is a garbage dump for poisons and waste products produced by wrong eating, overeating, stress, environmen- tal chemicals, etc.
The report concluded that those of Evans’ pa- tients who died did indeed die of cancer; and those who did not die, never had cancer!
(Evans, like other practitioners of alternative cancer remedies, primarily worked with those who had been cut, chemicaled, or burned, and were so weakened they sought out Evans as a last resort.)
The report was signed by four leading British medical dignitaries, including the president of the
Koch’s first treatment method was to initiate a fevered condition in the body which burn off the toxins. From 1888 to 1936, William Coley, M.D., did this also, using strep germs; but Koch’s fever therapy method was more consistent—and without the aid of a dangerous infection.
Koch’s fever treatments were effected by means of tissue thrombin, a ferment which brings on a fever when heat burns off the toxic