1884 New York Cancer Hospital founded.
is the largest and oldest private cancer center in the world.
1926 New York Cancer Hospital has more
radium than anywhere else in the world -
about 9 grams - earning it the nickname "Radium Hospital."
1934 New York Cancer Hospital renamed
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer
1937 Passage of the National
Cancer Institute Act enshrines cancer in America and creates the National
Cancer Institute (NCI).
Food, Drug and
Cosmetics Act certifies 19 dyes for use in foods.
Dr. Weston Price, a research dentist, publishes Nutrition and
Physical Degeneration: A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their
Effects proving that processed foods and
sugar causes physical degeneration
and disease as opposed to natural
Rockefeller Jr. donates the land and provides $3 million of funding to open
Memorial Sloan-Kettering - one of 47 National Cancer Institute
designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers.
1940 to 1977
American intake of petroleum based food colorings and additives
Most of the additives prove later to be
1944 American Cancer Society (ACS) is
reorganized, chiefly under the watch of
Albert Lasker* and
Elmer Bobst (president of two drug companies, Hoffman LaRoche and
Albert Lasker is the leading lobbyist for
establishment of the National Institutes of
Lasker in New York is the driving force of the ACS for decades.
The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, based on
the Lasker advertising fortune, provides the impetus to
dominate cancer research.
The Lasker Award is
named for Albert Lasker; seventy-six Lasker laureates have received a Nobel
Cornelius Packard Rhoads becomes the first
director of Sloan-Kettering Institute and the first director of the combined
Memorial SloanKettering Cancer Center.
1946 Dr. Max Gerson demonstrates medical proof of
complete remissions of cancer in over 33% of his patients before the
Pepper-Neeley Congressional Sub-Committee for Hearings on S1875, a bill
to authorize the president to wage war on cancer.
chemotherapy defeats the bill by four
The bill supported research into dietary means for preventing
and reversing cancer.
Gerson's publications are black-listed and he
loses his license
to practice medicine in New York.
1952 Albert Lasker dies from
Mary Lasker lobbies Congress for funds "to fight
cancer", and the National Cancer
Institute budget goes from $18 million per year to $110 million per
year - half involved with chemotherapy.
1953 Senator Charles Tobey, Jr. begins a Senate
investigation into the cancer industry.
US Justice Department attorney
Ben Fitzgerald is hired as special counsel.
concluded that "the AMA, in direct collaboration with the National Cancer Institute
and the Federal Drug Administration,
entered into a conspiracy to
suppress alternative, effective cancer
Senator Charles Tobey, Jr. enters an investigative
report into the Congressional Record (Fitzgerald Report) which indicated that
evidence existed of a conspiracy to
suppress medical advances in the treatment of
cancer in the 1950's.
Senator Charles Tobey dies of a "heart attack".
CIA Targeted Assassinations by Induced Heart Attack and
American Cancer Society
publication "Cancer Facts" states "there are only three proven ways to
curb cancer - x-rays,
surgery, either singly or
Society advertising circular states "cancer will strike one of every
four persons now living.
More children from 3 to 15 years of age die of
cancer than from any other disease."
The American Cancer Society predicts
6.4 million deaths from cancer, compared with 128,000 in 1933 - an increase of
6.2 million cases in 22 years.
FDA tests report
that 10 of 13 certified food dyes produce cancer in rats.
1958 Outgoing President of the Gerontological
Society, Dr. AI Lansing, muses "finding a cure for cancer and
heart disease would be
a major financial disaster which
would bankrupt the
social security system and the insurance companies."
Laurance Rockefeller serves
as Chairman of Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York up until 1982.
Center in New York becomes the most influential cancer center in the
During WWII Sloan performs the first experiments in applying
chemical warfare to the "treatment of
cancer", which evolves into 'chemotherapy'.
Congressional Hearings on the cancer problem in the US generate a
report which concludes that "the public has been misled by the major cancer
organizations for the past 25 years."
It recommended that those
benefitting from "the system" not be allowed to dictate the choices available
to the American public.
Sloan-Kettering rejects Laetrile Vitamin 17
(derived from Apricot Kernels) as an effective cancer treatment.
is despite positive results from Sloan-Kettering's own famous researcher,
November of 1977
Dr. Ralph Moss, assistant director of public affairs at
Sloan-Kettering, holds a press-conference about the success and potential of
laetrile, despite the centers desire to cover it up.
Ralph Moss is
fired the next day for "failing to carry out the most basic job
The Story of
June 25, 1979
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Rose Byrd gives a dissenting
opinion relative to California cancer statutes prohibiting anything except
"To these cancer victims, the enforcement of the (statute), the denial
to them of medical treatment, albeit unorthodox, must surely take on a
nightmare quality. No demonstrated public danger, no compelling interest of the
state, warrants an Orweillian intrusion into the most private of zones of
"Metabolic Ecology: A Way to Win the War on Cancer" by Fred
Rohe is published, detailing cases where
has been cured through the nutritional approach over a 6 month
The Journal of the American Medical Association, features an
article in which UCLA physicians Robert K. Oye and Nina L. Shapiro describe how
cancer patients are treated with chemotherapy when no evidence existed that the
drug would have any effect on their tumors.
They claim new drugs are
based on biased studies, false reporting, rigged statistics and exaggerated
Percentages of "those who respond" is increased by not
counting those who die during treatment nor those whose reaction to
chemotherapy can not be designated as fatal.
Scientific American features Dr. John Cairns of Harvard
Medical School, who writes that chemotherapy is useful for only a few rare
Dr. John Cairns found no significant gains against the primary
cancers since the 1950's, and estimated that only 3% of those with cancer have
their life extended by chemotherapy out of the 400,000 deaths each year in the
May 1986 New England Journal of
Medicine features an article by Elaine Smith of the University of
Iowa and Dr. John Bailar of Harvard University.
is a former editor of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, an
expert in statistical evaluation and statistical consultant to the New
England Journal of Medicine, and a senior scientist of the US Department
of Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health
Bailar and Smith analyze the
cancer treatment phenomenon and discover an 8% increase in cancer since 1950,
which is getting worse.
They state that "there has been no apparent
change in mortality from
1987 General Accounting
Office (GAO) completes a two-year study of cancer statistics.
results validate Bailar and Smith.
According to the GAO, $2 billion per
year was spent on cancer research (more than 50% of it government funds).
Despite this enormous expense, "only slight improvement in cancer
patient survival is indicated for the 30-year period 1950-1982.
study is shelved to protect the cancer industry.
Dr. Vincent DeVita,
head of the National Cancer
Institute, recommends 13,000 cancer specialists "give chemotherapy and
surgery to all women with
breast cancer, regardless of whether it
Battelle Memorial Institute studies on
fluoride and animal
cancer report highly specific
cancers while researchers at the Argonne National Laboratory discover
that fluoride promotes
and enhances the carcinogenicity of other
cancer-causing chemicals in the food and environment.
A Swedish study
finds that mammograms and early detection of
breast cancer do
not reduce the rate of death.
Dr. Lars Janzon studies
42,000 women before concluding in an October 1988 British Medical Journal that
mammograms should be restricted.
Los Angeles Times on October 10th publishes an article
"Brain Cancer on Rise in Elderly", noting "brain cancer has increased
500% among elderly Americans."
It was once considered that brain tumors
reached a peak rate in people in their '30s, and then would rapidly decline,
but it now appears that the incidence continues to increase with age.
1991 Rockefeller Foundation
jump starts the eugenic Children's Vaccine Initiative.
Foundation joins with the United Nations Development Program,
UNICEF, WHO and the
World Bank to form the Children's
Vaccine Initiative (CVI).
Synthetic chemicals effect peoples
health and now totally permeate the environment as they are found in so many
Scientist Dr Shiv Chopra tells of his many battles
against the Canadian government which knowingly allowed dangerous drugs,
agricultural practices and
pesticides to enter the food supply.
Chopra asserts that there is a
concerted effort by companies to sicken and then treat humanity, while raking
in massive profits.
1996 "All members of the two most popular classes of
lipid-lowering drugs (the fibrates and the statins) cause cancer in rodents, in
some cases at levels of animal exposure close to those prescribed to humans." -
Journal of the American Medical Association
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