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The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer by Dr. Otto Warburg


The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer by Dr. Otto Warburg

with two prefaces on prevention

Revised lecture at the meeting of the Nobel-Laureates on June 30, 1966
at Lindau, Lake Constance, Germany

Otto Warburg
Director, Max Planck-Institute for Cell Physiology,

English Edition by Dean Burk
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

The Second Revised Edition
Published by Konrad Triltsch, Würzburg, Germany

Preface to the Second Revised German Edition of the Lindau Lecture

New Study: LOW DOSES Of Aspartame Cause CANCER


From Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum. 6-15-7

Statement from Dr. Russell Blaylock, MD

Dear Betty,

My review of the first Ramazzini Study concluded that the study was one of the best designed, comprehensive and conclusive studies done to date on the multipotent carcinogenic potential of aspartame.

This second study is even more conclusive, in that it shows a dose-dependent statistically significant increase in lymphomas/ leukemia in both male and female rats exposed to aspartame. These two cancers are the fastest growing cancers in people under age 30.

Cancer and Saccharin (Sweet N' Low, Sweet Twin and Necta Sweet)




Saccharin was evaluated by the Joint Expert Committee on Food
Additives in 1967, 1974, 1978 and 1980 (see Annex I, Refs. 14, 34,
48 and 54). In 1978, the Committee changed the ADI from 5 mg/kg to a
temporary ADI of 2.5 mg/kg and withdrew the conditional ADI of
15 mg/kg for dietetic purposes only. The decision to reduce the ADI
and to restrict the use of saccharin was based primarily on the
results of animal studies which indicated that excessive and long-term

Cooked Foods Destroy Health


* Cooked Foods Destroy Health
* How Cooking First Came To Earth
* Warnings For Your Health
* Aluminum - Toxicity Effects on Health
* Maintain Quality Health


"Cooked food vegetarians, as well as meat eaters,, alike suffer from too much acid in the bloodstream, as a rule." - Dr. George Drews

Laetrile: the answer to Cancer


The anti-cancer drug Laetrile is one of the most controversial subjects in the history of medicine. Laetrile's most ardent proponents consider it to be a natural cancer cure, literally built in to the normal "vitamin architecture" of mammalian food supplies as the primary natural exogenous cancer control for humans and animals. They have called Laetrile "vitamin B17." (1) Laetrile's opponents consider it, quite simply, as a "toxic drug that is not effective as a cancer treatment."

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