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Apricot seeds 7 years 7 months ago #466

I didn't have a chance to read the whole document. I think there is more to it than the apricot seeds. I saw something about cottage cheese in there, too.
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Apricot seeds 7 years 6 months ago #499

This is a copy of an email I received from Dr Chris Otiko and this was his recommended protocol. It included vitamin B-17 which is what you would get from Apricot seeds. There are links included to other resources and some anecdotal evidence included as well.

Here is some very useful information. Doctors in America
are only tought what the pharmaceutical companies want
them to know (especially about cancer), so they can
prescribe expensive medications, chemo, and radiation.
They only know how to "treat" cancer once a person has
it but know hardly anything about prevention.

Plese KEEP AN OPEN MIND by the information you read
here and in the links I send you. Some of the things
you will read may seem unbelievable but remeber its
all about the money and cancer is a $200 BILLION PER

1. Two 500 mgs of B-17 daily. (can find on-line at www.1cure4cancer.com)
2. Two Megazyme Forte pills per day. (find on line)
3. NO animal protein, and limit carbs. Cancer cells
love sugar.
5. Two Mangosteen tablets daily.







Patient Case Files from B-17 Therapy
The number of terminal patients who have been restored
to health is most impressive. In fact, there are
literally thousands of such case histories in the
medical record. The American Cancer Society has tried
to create the impression that the only ones who claim
to have been saved by Laetrile are those who merely
are hypochondriacs and who never really had cancer in
the first place. But the record reveals quite a
different story. All the cases described below can be
found in the book "World Without Cancer" by G. Edward
Griffin .

Dave Edmunds of Pinole, California, was operated on in
June of 1971 for cancer of the colon, which also had
metastasized or spread to the bladder. When the
surgeon opened him up, he found that the malignant
tissue was so widespread it was almost impossible to
remove it all. The blockage of the intestines was
relieved by severing the colon and bringing the open
end to the outside of his abdomen -- a procedure known
as Colonostomy. Five months later, the cancer had
worsened, and Mr. Edmunds was told that he had only a
few more months to live.
Mr. Edmunds, who is a registered nurse, had heard
about Laetrile and decided to give it a try. Six
months later, instead of lying on his deathbed, Mr.
Edmunds surprised his doctors by feeling well enough
to resume an almost normal routine. An exploratory
cystoscopy of the bladder revealed that the cancer had
disappeared. At his own insistence, he was admitted to
the hospital to see if his colon could be put back
together again. In surgery, they found nothing even
resembling cancer tissue. So they reconnected the
colon and sent him home to recuperate. It was the
first time in the history of the hospital that a
reverse colostomy for this condition had been
performed. At the time of the author's last contact
three years later, Mr. Edmunds was living a normal
life of health and vigor.

In Walnut Creek, California, Mrs. Joanne Wilkinson,
mother of six, had a tumor removed from her left leg
just below the thigh. Four months later there was a
recurrence requiring additional surgery and the
removal of muscle and bone. A year later, a painful
lump in the groin appeared and began to drain. A
biopsy revealed that her cancer had returned and was
spreading. Her doctor told her that surgery would be
necessary again, but this time they would have to
amputate her leg at the hip, and probably the bladder
and one of the kidneys as well. The plan was to open
up her lungs first to see if cancer had located there.
If it had, then they would not amputate, because there
would be no chance of saving her anyway.
At the urging of her sister and of a mutual friend,
Mrs. Wilkinson decided not to undergo surgery but to
try Laetrile instead. Her doctor was greatly upset by
this and told her that, if she did not have the
surgery, she couldn't possibly live longer than twelve
weeks. Mrs. Wilkinson describes in her own words:
"I will never forget that day! It was a Saturday and
the stitches from the biopsy were still in the leg.
Dr. Krebs gave me an injection of Laetrile and the
tumor reacted. It got very large -- from walnut size
to the size of a small lemon -- and there was bleeding
for four or five days. I went back on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday each week for five weeks to get
injections, and the tumor then started getting
smaller. Five weeks later I could no longer feel it.
An X-ray was taken the first Monday, and regularly
after that to watch the progress. Injections were
continued for six months -- 10 cc's three times a week
and of course the diet: No dairy products, nothing
made with white flour, -- no eggs --but white fish,
chicken, turkey.
I felt wonderful, and in fact, 9 months later, the
doctor told me I needed no more injections. My X-rays
were clear, showing that the tumor had shrunk, was
apparently encased in scar tissue, and was not
The Author's last contact with Mrs. Wilkinson was nine
years later after her doctor told her she couldn't
possibly live longer than twelve weeks without
surgery. She was living a healthy and productive life,
and all that was left as a grim reminder of her narrow
escape was a small scar from the biopsy.

Mr. Joe Botelho of San Pablo, California, underwent
surgery (trans-urethral resection) and was told by his
doctor that he had a prostate tumor that simply had to
come out. His reaction?
"I didn't let them take it out because I figured that
would only spread it. The doctor told me I wouldn't
last too long. He wanted to give me cobalt, and I
wouldn't agree to that either. At a health food store
I heard about a doctor in San Francisco who used
Laetrile. I went to see him, was told that the
prostate was the size of a bar of soap. I got one
injection every four days for several months."
Mr. Botelho, who was sixty five at the time, also
maintained a strict diet designed specifically not to
use up the body's pancreatic enzyme, trypsin. When the
author interviewed him three years later, his tumor
was gone, and he even reported that his hair was
turning dark again. He was not sure what was causing
that, but attributed it to his better eating habits.

Alicia Buttons, the wife of the famous actor-comedian
Red Buttons, is among the thousands of Americans who
attribute their lives to the action of Laetrile.
Speaking before a Cancer convention in Los Angeles,
Red Buttons declared:
"Laetrile saved Alicia from cancer. Doctors here in
the U.S. gave her only a few months to live last
November. But now she is alive and well, a beautiful
and vital wife and mother, thanks to God and to those
wonderful men who have the courage to stand up for
their science."
Mrs. Buttons had been suffering from advanced cancer
of the throat and was given up as terminal by
practitioners of orthodox medicine. As a last resort,
however, she went to West Germany to seek
Laetrile(vitamin b-17) therapy from Dr. Hans Nieper of
the Silbersee Hospital in Hanover. Within a few months
her cancer had completely regressed, the pain had
gone, her appetite had returned, and she was as
healthy and strong as ever. Doctors in the United
States verified the amazing recovery, but could not
believe that a mere vitamin substance had been
responsible. Alicia is still going strong twenty-three
years later. Click here to see letter written and
signed by Red Buttons.

Miss Vencious' story, unfortunately , is not unique.
She had begun to complain of feeling generally ill:
night sweats, itching fever, and headaches. After
extensive tests in the hospital she was told she had
Hodgkins Disease (a form of cancer initially affecting
the lymph nodes), Miss Vencious continued:
"Only a couple of days after that, a friend came to
visit and told me about vitamin therapy in Mexico
called Laetrile. I never followed up on his advise, I
was too frightened. And, besides, at the time I had
complete faith in my doctors...
The first thing they tried was cobalt radiation
treatments. Soon after they began, my doctor told me,
"Carol, of course you know this treatment will make
you sterile." Hell no, I didn't know. Naturally I
became pretty upset.... I went through menopause at
the age of 28. "
Other "side effects" were indescribable pain, loss of
appetite, and temporary loss of hair. Six months after
the treatments, her lungs and heart cavity began to
fill with fluid. They tried draining it with a
hypodermic, but it continued to fill up. She was
having minor heart attacks.
After six weeks and three heart-cavity taps, her
physicians were still debating whether or not to
remove the pericardium (the membrane enclosing the
heart cavity). On November 28, 1970, it was removed.
By July, general fatigue, sleeplessness, and loss of
appetite had returned and for several months grew
worse until it was decided to try drugs.
"The first injection left me with mild nausea. Two
weeks later, I received two more injections which
produced acute nausea and diarrhea followed by a week
of intense pain in my jaw. It was so bad I couldn't
eat. This was followed by a one-week migraine
headache, followed by stomach cramps, followed by leg
cramps. In all, the symptoms lasted four weeks.
For ten days following this, however, I felt great,
better than I had in years. This positive response, I
was told, was a sign that the disease was still active
and that the drugs had done some good. Then it was
downhill again, a return of pain, sleeplessness,
fatigue, and all the rest. I decided, then, whatever
happened, I would not undergo chemotherapy again."
At this point, Miss Vencious concluded that it was
hopeless anyway so there was no reason why she should
not go to Mexico and try Laetrile after all. Dr.
Contreras told her that Hodgkins Disease was slower to
respond to vitamin therapy than many other cancers
such as those of the lung, pancreas, liver, or colon.
But that it certainly was worth a try. After just the
third day on Laetrile, however, she reported that her
pain had gone completely and that within only a week
she was feeling almost normal again. Within a few
months she had recovered her health and was continuing
a routine maintenance dose of vitamin B-17.
The issue of maintenance doses is important. Once a
person has contracted cancer and recovered, apparently
the need for vitamin B-17 is considerably greater than
for those who have not. Most physicians who have used
Laetrile in cancer therapy have learned through
experience that their patients, once recovered, can
reduce their dosage levels of Laetrile, but if they
eliminate it altogether, it is almost a certain
invitation to a return of the cancer. It's for this
reason, that physicians using Laetrile never say that
it cures cancer. They prefer the more accurate word
Control, implying a continuing process.

This fact was illustrated most dramatically and
tragically in the case of Margaret DeGrio, wife of a
County Supervisor in Sierra County, California. After
undergoing surgery twice, and with her cancer
continuing to spread, she was told by three physicians
that her case was hopeless and that there was nothing
further that modern medical science could do. But Mike
DeGrio had read about Laetrile and decided to take his
wife to Mexico for treatment. It was the same old
story: She began to improve immediately and, after
four months of intensive treatment, she returned to
her Northern California home with only minor symptoms
of the original cancer. The rapid disappearance of her
tumors was confirmed by her American doctor, although
he could not explain why it happened.
Shortly afterward, however, Mrs. DeGrio contracted a
serious respiratory infection and was hospitalized in
San Francisco for Pneumonia. While she was there for
over three weeks, her physician and the hospital staff
refused to allow her the maintenance dose of Laetrile
because they feared it might be against the California
anti-quackery law. The denial of this dose came at a
critical time in the recovery and healing stage. Mrs.
DeGrio succumbed to cancer shortly after that.

In 1972, Dr. Dale Danner, a podiatrist from Santa
Paula, California, developed a pain in the right leg
and a severe cough. X-rays revealed carcinoma of both
lungs and what appeared to be massive secondary tumors
in the leg. The cancer was inoperable and resistant to
radio therapy. The prognosis was: incurable and fatal.

At the insistence of his mother, Dr. Danner agreed to
try Laetrile, although he had no faith in its
effectiveness. Primarily, just to please her, he
obtained a large supply in Mexico. But he was
convinced from what he had read in medical journals
that it was nothing but quackery and a fraud. "Perhaps
it was even dangerous," he thought, for he noticed
from the literature that it contained cyanide.
Within a few weeks the pain and the coughing had
progressed to the point where no amount of medication
could hold it back. Forced to crawl on his hands and
knees, and unable to sleep for three days and nights,
he became despondent and desperate. Groggy from the
lack of sleep, from the drugs, and from the pain,
finally he turned to his supply of Laetrile. Giving
himself one more massive dose of medication, hoping to
bring on sleep, he proceeded to administer the
Laetrile into an artery. Before losing consciousness,
Dr. Danner had succeeded in taking at least an entire
ten-day supply -- and possibly as high as a twenty day
supply -- all at once.
When he awoke thirty six hours later, much to his
amazement, not only was he still alive, but also the
cough and pain were greatly reduced. His appetite had
returned, and he was feeling better than he had in
months. Reluctantly he had to admit that Laetrile was
working. So he obtained an additional supply and began
routine treatment with smaller doses. Three months
later he was back at work.

In the fall of 1975, William Sykes of Tampa, Florida,
developed Lymphocytic Leukemia plus cancer of the
spleen and liver. After removal of the spleen, he was
told by his doctors that he had, at best, a few more
months to live.
Although Chemotherapy was recommended -- not as a cure
but merely to try to delay death a few more weeks --
Mr. Sykes chose Laetrile instead. In his own words,
this is what happened:
"When we saw the doctor a few weeks later, he
explained how and why Laetrile was helping many cancer
patients, and suggested I have intravenous shots of 30
cc's of Laetrile daily for the next three weeks. He
also gave me enzymes and a diet to follow along with
food supplements.
In a few days I was feeling better, but on our third
visit the doctor said that he could no longer treat
me. He had been told that his license would be revoked
if he continued to use Laetrile. He showed my wife how
to administer the Laetrile, sold us what he had, and
gave us an address where more could be obtained.
The next week I continued on the program and was
feeling better each day. One afternoon the doctor from
Ann Arbor called to ask why I had not returned for the
chemotherapy. He said I was Playing "Russian Roulette"
with my life. He finally persuaded me to return for
chemotherapy, so I went to Ann Arbor and started the
treatments. Each day I felt worse. My eyes burned, my
stomach felt like it was on fire. In just a few days I
was so weak I could hardly get out of bed. The "cure"
was killing me faster than the disease! I couldn't
take it any longer, so I stopped the chemotherapy,
returned to my supply of Laetrile and food
supplements, and quickly started feeling better. It
took longer this time as I was fighting the effects of
the chemotherapy as well as the cancer.
In a short time I could again do all my push-ups and
exercises without tiring. Now, at 75 years of age [20
years after they said I had only a few more months to
live], I still play racket ball twice a week."
In a letter to the author, dated June 19, 1996, Mrs.
Hazel Sykes provides this additional insight:
"After Bill had conquered cancer, a doctor came to him
one day. (This was an M.D. who gave chemotherapy in a
well known hospital.) He wanted to know how Bill had
conquered his cancer because his wife was quite ill
with cancer. Bill said: "Why don't you give her
chemotherapy?". His answer was: "I would never give
chemotherapy to any of my friends or family."! He was
not the only doctor who came to Bill with the same

The following letter from Bud Robinson in Phoenix,
Arizona, needs no further comment. It was sent to Dr.
Ernest Krebs Jr.
Dear Dr. Krebs,
Thank you for giving me another birthday (May 17).
Please, again, remember November 15, 1979, when my
doctor and four other urologists gave me a maximum of
four months to live with my prostate cancer, and they
set up appointments for radiation and chemotherapy,
which I knew would kill me if the cancer didn't, and
refused their treatment.
Then on a Sunday afternoon I contacted you by
telephone and went with your simple program.
I am 71 years old and am on my 13th year [of
survival]. Three of the four urologists have died with
prostate cancer, and forty or fifty people are alive
today, and doing well, because they followed my
"Krebs" simple program.
Thanks again for giving me back my life.
Your friend,H.M. "Bud" Robinson "
This letter was written in 1992. When the author
contacted him in June of 1996, Mr. Robinson was still
going strong. His age at that time was 75, not 71, and
the number of cancer patients he had helped to recover
was up to 90.
The use of Amygdalin in the treatment of cancer is not
new. The earliest recorded case was published in 1845
in the Paris Medical Gazzette. A young cancer patient
was given 46,000 milligrams of Amygdalin over a period
of several months in 1842 and, reportedly, was still
living at the time of the article three years later. A
woman with extensive cancer throughout her body
received varying amounts of amygdalin starting in 1834
and was still surviving at the time of the report
eleven years later.
Since the publication of this report, there have been
literally thousands of similar case histories reported
and documented. It is important to know that because,
as demonstrated previously, spokesmen for orthodox
medicine have stated authoritatively that there simply
is no evidence that Laetrile works. The truth is that
the evidence is everywhere.
When confronted with this evidence, some doctors,
because of their professional bias against nutritional
medicine, seek alternative explanations. Their
favorite is that the cancer had a delayed response to
previous treatment. But such cases are rare. With
certain cancer locations -- such as testicular
chorionepithelioma, for example -- they are so rare as
to defy statistical analysis. And when one comes up
with a series of such cases, all of which involve
proven cancers, and all of which have responded to
B17, it is beyond reason to speak of spontaneous
In a banquet speech in San Francisco on November 19,
1967, Dr. Krebs reviewed six such cases. then he
"Now there is an advantage in not having had prior
radiation, because if you have not received prior
radiation that has failed, then you cannot enjoy the
imagined benefits of the delayed effects of prior
radiation. So this boy falls into the category of
"spontaneous regression...."
And when we look at this scientifically, we know that
spontaneous regression occurs in fewer than one in
150,000 cases of cancer. The statistical possibilities
of spontaneous regression accounting for the complete
resolution of six successive cases of testicular
chorionepithelioma is far greater than the
improbability of the sun not rising tomorrow morning.
With the passage of each year and the presence of a
growing steam of patients who are living proof of
their claim, it becomes increasingly difficult to
ignore or dismiss these recoveries. If they are
spontaneous remissions, then, indeed, it must be said
in all fairness that Laetrile produces far more
spontaneous remissions than all other forms of therapy
put together.
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