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Imagine someone has just discovered natural molecules that can effectively block cancerous cells from multiplying, while not harming healthy cells. These molecules come from nature (in the form of plant extracts) and are easily obtainable. When the scientist publishes this astounding discovery, he is completely ignored by oncologists. Bear in mind, that the scientist offers his discovery as an adjunct to radiology and chemotherapy, not a replacement of these treatments.
Soon his laboratory is surrounded by the French S.W.A.T. team (known as GIGN), with machine guns, dogs and a helicopter overhead. The scientist is handcuffed and arrested. His findings, samples, computers, notebooks and research papers are confiscated. While he waits in one room to be interrogated, men covered in white garments spray his laboratory (claiming concern over “possible radioactive activity”). The scientist is left alone there, overnight, and is exposed to the mysterious sprayed substance. Two months later, the scientist dies.
In Winning The War On Cancer, author Sylvie Beljanski claims that this horrifying and unbelievable ordeal is precisely what happened to her father, Dr. Mirko Beljanski.
I was impressed with the organized and skillful way that Beljanski presented this story of her father’s life, his work with these extracts and the lives of those he loved and treated. The author does an amazing job of explaining Dr. Beljanski’s theories and research. While she does use some medical terms and processes, she explains them is simpler terms that most readers can follow.
In addition to her story, I was impressed with the author’s determination and drive to follow through with the three promises that she made to her father, on his deathbed. Fulfilling these promises is what drives her today to address audiences worldwide, on her father’s behalf.
Additionally, this book was well edited, as I found no errors. Beljanski includes a few select photographs to enhance her story. I particularly loved the one of the author, as a young girl, staring adoringly into her father’s face.
For all of the reasons stated above, I award Winning The War On Cancer by Sylvie Beljanski 4 out of 4 stars. I found nothing to dislike about her story. This book will appeal to anyone who has cancer (or knows someone with cancer) and is praying for a cure. Likewise, it should appeal to those in the medical field who daily witness the devastation of this deadly disease. Readers will be enlightened about this natural treatment for cancer. Also, they will be enraged that such a simple treatment was allegedly covered up by a government, all in the name of greed and in funding pharmaceutical companies. Those with no interest at all in science, medicine, cancer or its treatment will probably want to avoid this book, as it does tend to be a bit technical. I highly recommend this informative and thought-provoking book.
Winning the War on Cancer
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