Cancer for Profit Part one of Three


by Tom Valentine


(This story was first written in 1966 by Tom Valentine of the Santa Maria Calif. Times, following Interviews with the father and son team of biochemists Ernst krebs Sr. and Jr.,who as the John Beard Foundation in San Francisco, challenged cancer dogma for decades, and were vilified for their work)

There is an absolute monopoly when it comes to the approved treatments for cancer in the United States, and also in much of the world.

This monopoly has prevented better, more effective, more scientific and far more humane treatments from being accepted by the cancer establishment and applied for the benefit of the deathly ill.

The truth is, millions have suffered needlessly at the hands of their orthodox physicians. The fascist cancer monopoly is an embodiment of evil.

The reason I choose modern cancer research history to illustrate evil is because the examples are so very clear. To deliberately add to the misery of sick people, (who as commoners have no “standing”) as the institutions have done with surgeries, toxic chemotherapies and irradiation, requires human overseers with a sense of evil beyond the mere self-serving desires lurking within us all.

The history of cancer research illustrates organized institutional evil.  The physicians are not evil people individually; they participate for the most part in a self serving ignorance believing the institutional lies.

Cancer is a hideous, insidious, invasive, and corrosive way to have one’s body devoured from the inside out. Cancer became the number one killer disease of modern America in 2005—replacing in statistical ranking heart and artery disease.

Both major diseases, by the way, have the same inherently evil dogmatic monopolistic history. The death and destruction from cancer has progressed in harmony with the amount of money society has managed to spend in making war against it. Cancer research and medicine is proof positive of the adage that if you toss more money and bureaucracy at a problem, you will absolutely get more of the problem.

In my high school years (1949-53) “everybody knew” that cancer was an incurable disease. This was a lie put forth by the cancer institutions that had already become financial behemoths based upon authority-backed emotional propaganda such as “fight cancer with a checkup and a check.” This propaganda gimmick generated a vicious cycle. Getting a checkup by a physician found more cancer among the people, which enlarged cancer statistics, which were used to scare more people into getting checked up. It has never improved the cure rate, but it increased misery by having more people medicated, burned and cut in futility than ever before.

However, by the time I entered high school at the middle of the 20th century there had already been several proved modalities for keeping cancer in check, without writing a check. There were many “alternative therapies” for treating cancer more humanely and sensibly than the cut, burn and poison techniques so dominant in the industry today.

In the final decade of the 1800s, John Beard a Scottish embryologist discovered the basis of what we now call “stem cells” and just before the turn of the century he had elucidated how cancer, in the form of trophoblast cells, which are involved in every pregnancy, served a useful purpose as the chorion envelope surrounding the early fetus.

If the invasive cells of the chorion envelope are not wiped out after the 56th day of pregnancy, both the mother and new fetus will die within about a week of a horrible form of cancer—chorionepithelioma.
Beard learned through animal experiments that the key timing device in switching off this invasive, parasitic envelope, which gives every new embryo its start, was the development of a pancreas gland in the fetus.

Nature’s solution to this deadly cancer that gives life in the earliest stages, is a digestive enzyme produced by the pancreas—trypsin. To make a long story shorter, after years of research and development, Dr. John Beard, professor at Edinburgh University determined just prior to the dawn of the 20th century that this enzyme was capable of devouring and removing cancer cells and tumors. Beard first published his findings in 1902 in the prestigious journal Lancet

Beard was a careful and exacting scientist. Flush with his discoveries about enzymes, which were known to biological scientists at that time but were not attracting any attention outside of digestion, Beard injected extract of trypsin in mice with Jenson’s sarcoma, and the tumors regressed. This was an extraordinary achievement and should have changed the direction of cancer research and medicine at the time.

In fact, other physicians and researchers adopted Beard’s magnificent enzyme discovery, and for the next 20 years they published how successful the enzyme treatments had been on human patients in the top journals, Lancetand British Medical Journal, God-fearing men with good intentions will joyously set out to verify and utilize such a nontoxic, noninvasive treatment for a dread disease. However, the powerful men of the “Crown” running the institutions of Europe and America refused to abandon dogma and viciously attacked Beard and all who spoke well of his work.

Beard fought back valiantly, publishing a monograph in 1911 titled The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer, which presented his case impressively. It is said that the “truth will out.” And, surely it did in this case—but the establishment monopoly obviously did not want the truth.

John Beard died in 1924 a bitter and lonely genius.

End part one


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Tom Valentine (born August 20, 1935, same day as Ron Paul) is a businessman, writer, commentator and radio host with an anti-establishment perspective. He worked with Radio Free America from 1988 to 2004. He tends to align with issues from left and right ends of the political spectrum, as well as libertarianism. His main journalistic interests have been unorthodox health care methods and conspiracy theories. He is a believer in many alternatives as cancer cures, and believes that soy products are unhealthy for human consumption. All of his views are at odds with the mainstream medical community.