Hoxsey – How Healing Becomes A Crime

Posted on January 19th, 2010 Dan

Bloodroot is an herb that grows wild in the Americas and has been used for thousands of years to remove skin growths, as an escharotic (necrotizing substance that causes an eschar, or a scab).

I recently removed a mole from my chest with minimal scarring using bloodroot paste.    In the course of my research I found that it’s an ingredient in other internal cancer treatments. There is some evidence that this plant preferentially kills cancerous, neoplastic cells over normal cells.

This documentary is about the Hoxley formula which aside from being used to treat skin cancers is also used internally.   I can’t vouch for any cancer treatment but this documentary suggests it has a high success rate, and based on my own experience with bloodroot there might be something to this…

Google Video description:

This documentary concerns Harry M. Hoxsey, the former coal miner whose family’s herbal recipe has brought about claims of a cancer cure. Starting in 1924 with his first clinic, he expanded to 17 states by the mid 1950s, along the way constantly battling organized medicine that labeled him a charlatan.

Hoxsey’s supporters point out he was the victim of arrests, or “quackdowns” spearheaded by the proponents of established medical practices. Interviews of patients satisfied with the results of the controversial treatment are balanced with physicians from the FDA and the AMA.

A clinic in Tijuana, Mexico claims an 80% success rate, while opponents are naturally skeptical. What is apparent is that cancer continues to be one of humankind’s more dreaded diseases, and that political and economic forces dominate research and development.

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