Krebiozen

Krebiozen

This article reports that medical scientist Andrew C. Ivy startled the world of science by announcing a new treatment for cancer. It was called Krebiozen. Twenty of the first 22 patients he himself treated with it and experienced an improvement in their general condition and a regression of the cancer. Scientist Stevan Durovic, a refugee Yugoslav physician, discovered this substance. Since Durovic was not fluent in English. Doctor Ivy explained for him that Krebiozen was obtained from horse blood after the horse's cell network had been stimulated. The end product was a white powder. Krebiozen has generated lawsuits, official investigations, charges of fraud and countercharges of conspiracy. Yet in the midst of all the furor, some 5,000 patients eagerly sought and received injections of the mysterious compound in the firm belief it was helping them escape death from cancer. Two agencies of the federal government, the National Cancer Institute and the Food and Drug Administration have issued statements to the effect that Krebiozen is ineffective in the treatment of cancer.

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