[Cancer Inc review of
One Answer To Cancer by Dr. William
Donald Kelley, D.D.S., M.S. . "lost
his dental license for illegally practicing medicine".
Yes, Cancer Inc made it illegal for anyone but an Allopath to treat cancer.
"So I think I'm qualified to render an opinion on cancer diagnosis and
therapy." Diagnosis maybe, but since Allopathy
can't cure cancer, an Allopath's opinion on those who can is about as useful and
biased as a chocolate fireguard. "He's wrong about the nature of
cancer, he's wrong about metabolism, and he's DEAD wrong about therapy."
What would you know about cancer, you can't cure it! "More to
the point, there is literally TONS of evidence that chemotherapy CURES certain
cancers, as does radiation therapy." Tons of
bullshit. Take note of 'certain'. "In summary, I'd call Kelley a
quack." We all know
Quack is Allopathy Inc
euphemism for the bastards taking our business.]
"The great success stories of chemotherapy were always in relatively obscure
types of cancer. Childhood leukemia constitutes less than two percent of all
cancers and many of chemotherapy's other successes were in diseases so rare that
many clinicians had never even seen a single case (Burkitt's lymphoma,
choriocarcinoma, etc.)"-Ralph Moss
This review is from: Cancer: Curing the
Incurable Without Surgery, Chemotherapy, or Radiation
Unlike the late Dr Kelley, who was a disgraced DENTIST who lost his dental
license for illegally practicing medicine, I'm actually an American-trained
medical doctor and board-certified pathologist. I've examined and diagnosed
literally tens of thousands of different cancers under the microscope, in the
laboratory, and in the autopsy room over my career and I continue to do so every
day in my medical practice. I've also looked at ACTUAL cancers under the
microscope and on CT and other imaging studies BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER various
treatments, including chemo- and radiation therapies. So I think I'm qualified
to render an opinion on cancer diagnosis and therapy.
Rather than try to debunk all the garbage in this book page by page, suffice it
to say that just about everything Dr. Kelley has written on cancer is PROVEABLY
FALSE. He's wrong about the nature of cancer, he's wrong about metabolism, and
he's DEAD wrong about therapy. Kelley's brand of ignorance might have been
excusable in the late 19th century, but it surely wasn't by the 1960s when he
was pushing it. Today, in 2010+ there is just no excuse for this particular
flavor of bunkum, barely a step up above the ancient Greek belief that all
disease is caused by an imbalance in the four body "humors".
More to the point, there is literally TONS of evidence that chemotherapy CURES
certain cancers, as does radiation therapy. But with over forty years of
cumulative world experience with these Kelley "methods", there is simply no
accumulated evidence whatsoever that they do anything other than instill false
hope into people with serious diseases. Its not like this technique is a secret.
. here it is published in widely available book form since literally the late
1960s. If this method actually worked, then why hasn't it been widely adopted
around the world? Are we supposed to believe that EVERY oncologist, pathologist,
family doctor and other medical professional is part of some global conspiracy
to prevent cancer patients from getting effective therapy?
In summary, I'd call Kelley a quack, but that's unfair to ducks. I wouldn't
treat my cancer-ridden DOG with this Kelley method, let alone a family member or
any other human being. I sure as hell wouldn't buy this book for anyone I knew
who had cancer.
If I could give the book zero stars, I would, but since I can't, I'll leave it
with one star, and a warning that anyone who pins their hope on this fairy-tale
does so at their own peril.