Personal Notes – World Without Cancer by G. Edward Griffin – Updated 03/20/14

As I work my way through G. Edward Griffin’s book “World Without Cancer” I am taking notes that might help me in my evaluation of Laetrile. I am also taking notes on how it is used to fight cancer. So, I’ve decide to post my personal notes – World Without Cancer for you to review …

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Review – World Without Cancer – Chapter 5 – Cancer: The Onrush of Life

Chapter 5 in World Without Cancer by G. Edward Griffin is quite an interesting chapter. If you have carcinoid cancer or neuroendocrine tumors pay special attention because this thesis involves estrogen which is produced by the endocrine system. You’ll see what I mean when you as you read. It seems to pertain to our condition. …

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Review – World Without Cancer – Chapter 4 – The Ultimate Test

Chapter 4 is short and sweet and covers how large populations have lived cancer free as a result of consuming foods rich in nitrilosides. Most of these populations, as you probably have already guessed, are groups of people that live simpler more primitive lives. As a result, it was easier to study them as a …

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Review – World Without Cancer – Chapter 3 – An Apple A Day

I love science and history. Chapter 3 in G. Edward Griffin’s book, “World Without Cancer”, is all about science, history and how people handle disruptive scientific theories. Disruptive scientific theories are things like the “Round Earth” theory in a “Flat Earth” society. In case you haven’t heard…the Earth is <whisper> round. 🙂 Chapter 3 is …

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Review – World Without Cancer – Chapter 2 – Genocide in Manhattan

As you know, I am reviewing chapter by chapter G. Edward Griffin’s book “World Without Cancer. It’s a book about Laetrile also known, commonly, as Vitamin B17. So far it has been a fairly good read. Chapter 1 was a bit dry and mostly discussed clinical studies, the politics of the medical industry and some …

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Review – World Without Cancer – Chapter 1 – The Watergate Syndrome

Life is so busy but, reading “World Without Cancer” by G. Edward Griffin is definitely seeming worth my investment. Although it can be extremely dry at times you will find that your interest is peaked significantly when you read about some of the documented cases of scientific bias against Laetrile (B17) not to mention what …

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