This is the last in a series of articles on Ty Bollinger’s book CANCER: Step Outside the Box. You can get caught up by reading Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 , Part 13, Part 14, Part 15, Part 16, Part 17, Part 18, Part 19, and/or Part 20
Vitamin B17 (Continued from here )
With the beta-glucosidase enzyme appearing in HUGE quantities in cancer cells, unlike the healthy body cells, it unlocks the hydrogen cyanide molecule to wreak havoc on the cancer.
The hydrogen cyanide is unlocked ONLY on the cancer cells, and it spells doom for them. It seems that, while the hydrogen cyanide is being unlocked, so is benzaldehyde, which is a deadly poison also. That’s double trouble for the cancer cells since the combination is 100 times more deadly than either poison on its own.
Why isn’t this harmful to the rest of the body? There is another enzyme, rhodanese, always present in healthy cells in far greater quantities than the unlocking enzymes. And rhodanese is capable of breaking down cyanide and benzaldehyde into harmless substances. Now it seems that malignant cells contain no rhodanese at all, which leaves them open to obliteration by the poisons. This is scientifically known as selective toxicity, since only the cancer cells are destroyed. Is that not totally cool?
Hmmm, let’s see. Apricot seeds are safe, natural, and quite cheap, and chemotherapy drugs are really expensive, and have debilitating side-effects. I know which one I’d pick!
Back in the 1970’s, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York ran tests of laetrile, under the leadership of Dr. Kanematsu Suguira, the preeminent cancer researcher in America at the time.
After extensive testing for nearly five years, the official press release from Sloan-Kettering stated “Laetrile was found to possess neither preventative, nor tumor-regressent, no anti-metastatic, nor curative anticancer activity”.
Oddly, when Dr. Suguira was questioned about the research by a journalist who asked “Do you stick by your belief that laetrile stops the spread of cancer”? Dr. Suguira answered, “I stick.” Then, when questioned about the official report from Sloan-Kettering, Suguira answered “I don’t know. Maybe the medical profession doesn’t like it because they are making too much money.”
Another researcher, Dr. Schloan, a biochemist at Sloan-Kettering, performed his own tests on laetrile, including adding proteolytic enzymes to his injections. HE reported a 100% cure rate among the albino mice used for the tests. Of course, Sloan-Kettering took fast action. They performed their own tests designed to contradict Dr. Schloen’s findings, changing the protocols. When the tests understandably failed, because of the changed protocols, they reported the failures.
They couldn’t let word out of the successes of laetrile because it would have killed the cash cow of the Cancer Industry.
If you have cancer, or know someone who does, and are interested in laetrile, Ty Bollinger recommends the Oasis of Hope in Tijuana, Mexico. There, laetrile therapy is correctly used in conjunction with a very strict nutritional regimen, needed to get the most out of the laetrile treatment—all under the supervision of an oncologist.
The Oasis of Hope is the most highly recommended cancer clinic in the book. It is a very high-tech medical facility, employing cutting-edge technology including digital CT scanners and the newest touch screen ventilators, among other technological advances.
This clinic is comparable to the top hospitals in the US, and Ty Bollinger has all the information you need in his book, to gain admission to this cancer clinic.
Bollinger himself takes a few one hundred milligram B17 pills daily, as a preventative. Again, read the book for information on where to acquire the supplies—which aren’t expensive.
This concludes the articles on the various treatments in CANCER Step Outside the Box. There is a lot more information in the book that I highly recommend you read. One source I KNOW for the book is Amazon.com, but all major bookstores should also have it.