I apologize for attacking you wrongly. But your post suggested these quack therapies had some sort of legitimate efficacy. They don't. Antineoplastons are such a pathetic joke. They are proteins isolated from horse urine. People pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to be in Burzinski's so-called "clinical trials", and there is no good pathological evidence that he's ever cured a single case of cancer. In fact, when you read "testimonials", they'll often have a family who had a kid die of a type of brain cancer, while being treated by Burzinski, and after spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on these fake treatments, and the family will STILL believe that Burzinski is some sort of rogue genius pioneer, when in reality he was just recently on trial to have his medical license revoked in Texas (didn't follow it, don't know the outcome.) IV vitamin C is a ripoff. They also use that to treat fake diseases, such as "chronic lyme disease."I'd just like to point out that I neither supported these therapies, nor did I claim to be an any sort of expert. In fact, I pointed out that I was not an expert (or even qualified to speak as one), and that I was successfully treated conventionally. I merely listed off what I came across over the course of my experience, mainly by way of other patients that I got to know, some of whom were terminal.
But go ahead and get angry with me for things I never said. It's ok. Furious is the one actually saying there's a cure, but I get jumped on. Good aim.
Quacks and alternative medicine are the one thing that send my blood pressure through the roof. I can't think of a more despicable thing than ripping off a dying person. The hippy-stoner cancer curing claims are always ridiculous too. One told me a while back that if you smoked a super high concentration of weed it could cure any cancer, but that "the government" wont let people get the super weed because it would take all the money from drug companies. Just pure idiocy.