Cut Poison Burn
See: No Rights for a Child Diagnosed with Cancer------Raphaele & Michael Horwin
Cut Poison Burn is a controversial, eye opening, and sometimes heartbreaking documentary that puts the business of cancer treatment under the microscope. Follow the frustrating journeys of critically ill cancer patients as they try to navigate the confusing and dangerous maze of treatment and encounter formidable obstacles in the “cancer industrial complex.” A compelling critique of the influence of medical monopolies, the power of pharmaceutical companies and government agencies, Cut Poison Burn is essential viewing for anyone and everyone touched by cancer.
[2012 May] Fascinating
documentary exposes cancer industry's death agenda: Cut Poison Burn
The documentary follows the journey of the
Navarro family, whose young son Thomas, then four years old, was diagnosed with
medulloblastoma, a highly-malignant form of brain cancer that typically afflicts
children. Rather than undergo conventional chemotherapy and radiation, the
Navarros instead wanted to pursue an alternative route, which in their case was
Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski's non-toxic antineoplaston treatment, which has been
shown to be particularly effective at treating brain cancers.
But unless a child is of a proper age to make his own medical treatment decisions, which Thomas clearly was not, then he is required by the medical mafia to undergo the prescribed treatment regimen, which in Thomas' case was chemotherapy and radiation. Even though these forms of treatment are virtually useless at treating medulloblastoma, the state threatened Thomas' parents that if they did not subject him to these barbaric poisons, they would remove him from their custody.
After a long, drawn-out legal battle with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the ringleader of the phony cancer industry, and thousands of dollars in legal expenses, the Navarros were finally permitted to have their son see Dr. Burzynski. But by this point, Thomas had already had his life destroyed by many months of chemotherapy and radiation, which led to his death at the young age of six.