3She was 11 years old when she was diagnosed with brainstem glioma—an incurable braintumor. After learning that she would die no matter what toxic drugs and radiation treatmentsshe underwent, the family decided to not put her through it. When they found Dr. Burzynski,they literally had nothing to lose...Twelve months later—after having initially been told she had but a few months to live, andgiven no chance of survival at all—MRI's confirmed she was cancer-free. Her brain tumorwas completely resolved. Today, Jessica is a healthy 24-year old woman, pregnant with hersecond child.When comparing FDA-supervised studies of treatments for lethal childhood brainstemgliomas, antineoplastons again comes out as a clear winner:
Chemotherapy OnlyAntineoplastons Only
1 of 107 patients (
)were cancer free at end of treatment11 of 40 patients (
)were cancer free at end of treatment0 of 107 patients (
)survived past five years11 of 40 patients (
)survived past five yearsEven more interesting, while some of Dr. Burzynski's patients did eventually die after thefive-year mark, most who did NOT undergo chemotherapy prior to getting antineoplastonshave gone on to live normal, healthy lives—yet another indication that in many cases, theconventional treatments are more lethal than the disease itself.
Side Effects of Chemotherapy Drugs
Here's just a sampling of the side effects of three conventional chemotherapy drugs:
(nick-name: Red Death)—leukemia, heart failure, infertility, mouthsores
—leukemia, nerve damage, inability to fight infections
—kidney damage, hearing damage, nerve damage, infertilityAnother chemo drug, Mitotane, which is derived from DDT, is also used for pediatric patientseven though
studies have ever been performed to ascertain its safety or effectiveness inchildren.
Dr. Burzynski's Troubles Begins...
The legal battle Dr. Burzynski found himself embroiled in over his invention is convoluted tosay the least. There are many bizarre twists and turns, and I strongly urge you towatch thedocumentaryto fully appreciate what happened.Dr. Burzynski had tried to get the FDA to review and approve antineoplastons since 1977, tono avail. To make sure he would not get into trouble for using the experimental therapy in his