- This is an excellent pioneering paper out of Perth, Australia,
which for the first time suggests that BACTERIA may play a role in prostate
- Also see my paper on "Acid-Fast Bacteria In Prostate
Cancer" at: http://www.joimr.org/phorum/read.php?f=2&i=57&t=57
- I think Cohen's, et al, paper is a continuing vindication
of the work of Virginia Livingston MD and the "Four Women Against
Cancer" -- as well as more evdence supporting the microbiology of
cancer, as proposed by these scientists, Wilhelm Reich, and others .
- Alan Cantwell M.D.
- FOUR WOMEN AGAINST CANCER
- By Alan Cantwell, MD
- Aries Rising Press
- The Untold Story of Four Outstanding and Ignored Women
Scientists Who Discovered the Bacterial Cause of Cancer!!!!
- Back in the 1950s, a group of four dedicated women scientists
began to work together to uncover the amazing and unprecedented germ that
causes cancer. Rather than being received with enthusiasm, their published
cancer research was ignored and suppressed by the cancer establishment.
- The cause of cancer is unknown - or is it? In this
highly provocative and controversial book, Alan Cantwell, MD, presents
the revolutionary cancer research of physician Virginia Livingston, MD;
microbiologist Eleanor Alexander-Jackson; cell cytologist Irene Diller;
and world-famous biochemist Florence Seibert - all of whom discovered
an easily detectable microbe in cancer-a germ whose existence is still
totally denied by the medical establishment. Unlike any infectious agent
known to science, the cancer microbe has characteristics of both bacteria
and viruses-and produces a remarkable hormone that allows life to continually
reproduce and renew itself.
- This easy-to-read book contains valuable and largely
forgotten information about the scientific achievements of these four women,
as well as actual microphotographs showing these unrecognized bacteria
in breast cancer, prostate cancer, lymphoma, AIDS-related cancer, and
scleroderma. In addition, there is current evidence indicating that such
bacteria are involved in the origin of life; and are active in a host
of human diseases currently considered of unknown cause.
- The idea that bacteria cause cancer is still a taboo
subject in modern medicine, but there is a century of research by various
investigators that proves the idea is correct. There is also a wealth
of scientific information on cancer-causing bacteria on the Internet, and
Dr. Cantwell points the reader to these sources for further evidence. As
a result, this book is indispensable for readers who want to understand
the hidden killer in cancer, and how this knowledge could be useful in
finally conquering cancer.
- Alan Cantwell is a retired dermatologist and an internationally
known researcher in the field of cancer and AIDS microbiology. He is the
author of four books on the role of bacteria in cancer and AIDS, including
The Cancer Microbe; and AIDS and the Doctors of Death.
- Four Women Against Cancer: Bacteria, Cancer & the
Origin of Life, by Alan Cantwell, MD, is published by Aries Rising Press,
P.O. Box 29532, Los Angeles, CA 90029. (323) 462-6458 ISBN: 0-917211-33-2
$16.95, 144 pages, 14 illustrations. Publication: Summer 2005.
- From Vincent Gammill
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Cancer and microorganisms.
- I have just finished reading "Four Women Against
Cancer: Bacteria, Cancer & the Origin of Life" by Alan Cantwell,
MD. You won't find a better overview of the scientific justification for
a bacterial etiology of cancer and the great lengths to which the medical
establishment will go to suppress this research. I do take issue with
the book's title though. It should have been "Five Researchers Against
Cancer" and it should have included Alan Cantwell. If I were a much
better writer, this is the book I would have written.
- The women referred to in the book's title are:
- Virginia Livingston
- Eleanor Alexander-Jackson
- Irene Corey Diller
- Florence Siebert
- Order from: Aries Rising Press, PO Box 29532
- Los Angeles, CA 90029 (323) 462-6458
- $16.95 + $4 S&H
- Also available through Amazon.com
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