A World Without CancerPosted: October 24, 2011
We will demonstrate that at the very top of the world’s economic and political pyramid of power there is a grouping of financial, industrial and political interests that, by the very nature of their goals, are natural enemies of the nutritional approaches to health. They have created a popular climate of bias that makes scientific objectivity almost an impossibility and that they… wield tremendous influence over the medical profession, the medical schools and the medical journals; and the average doctor is the last to suspect that much of his knowledge and outlook have been shaped subtly by these non-medical interests” – World Without Cancer. G. Edward Griffin (1974)
Fighting these interests is so difficult, how will we begin? When cancer research in 1970’s was considered too unrulely to seek alternative practices, we now find the American Cancer Association highly structured and a rigirous set of assumptions that cannot be questioned.