Published on May 10, 2012
This is a video adaptation of a documentary filmstrip which explains the scientific rationale for Laetrile therapy. It presents evidence that cancer, like scurvy or pellagra, is a deficiency disease. It is not caused by the presence of some mysterious virus or X- factor, but by the lack of an essential food factor which, increasingly, is deleted from the menus of modern man. The native diets of those cultures where cancer is rare is examined and found to be 200 times more rich in this substance than the diet of industrialized society. The missing food factor is called amygdalin or vitamin B17, but in its concentrated and purified form developed specifically for cancer therapy, it is known as Laetrile. A theoretical model for the biological action of Laetrile is presented. Included are dramatic case histories of terminal cancer patients who have recovered using Laetrile therapy. Based upon the book of the same name by G. Edward Griffin World Without Cancer; The Story of Vitamin B17
Video Courtesy of John Lasele YouTube Channel
Laetrile/Amygdalin (PDQ®)–Patient Version
- Laetrile is another name for amygdalin. Amygdalin is found in the pits of many fruits, raw nuts, and plants (see Question 1).
- Laetrile is given by mouth as a pill or by intravenous injection (see Question 2).
- Laetrile has shown little anticancer effect in clinical studies (see Question 4).
- Laetrile is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (see Question 6).
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