A quick note from the Editor-

Polish cancer cure shot down by FDA...

Back in the 1970s, Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski noticed most “mainstream” cures like chemo and radiation did not extend life. In fact, they made cancer WORSE.

He knew there had to be a better way. Dr. Burzynski then made the discovery of the century. He discovered there’s a certain peptide that "turns on" cancer killing genes... and also switches OFF cancer causing genes at the same time.

So how did the FDA respond?

Over $60 million of taxpayer money was used to shut him down.

Luckily, another rogue MD — Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez — concocted a similar treatment based on Dr. Burzynski’s discovery. And health experts say this astonishing protocol could be the “magic key” to finally kicking cancer to the curb forever.

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