Hoxsey Therapy© by Richard Walters
Excerpted from Options-The Alternative Cancer Therapy Book
For over three decades, Harry Hoxsey (1901-1974), a self-taught healer, cured many cancer patients using an herbal remedy reportedly handed down by his great-grandfather. By the 1950s, the Hoxsey Cancer Clinic in Dallas was the world's largest private cancer center
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Plants & Cancer Research© by David L. Hoffmann BSc (Hons), MNIMH
This section has been written in an attempt to provide an insight for the herbalist about allopathic research and use of plants in oncology. It is by no means comprehensive, and is not meant to imply any endorsement of the techniques or principles.
More Semantics! Cytotoxic, Anti-cancer & Anti-tumor© by David L. Hoffmann BSc (Hons), MNIMH
The term anti-cancer herb is all too emotive and can build up false hopes. The National Cancer Institute defines these terms in the following way A cytotoxic agent is toxic to tumors in laboratory cultures. Anti-tumor activity occurs if this toxicity occurs to tumor cells in living animals.
Essiac© by Richard Walters
Essiac, a harmless herbal tea, was used by Canadian nurse Rene Caisse to successfully treat thousands of cancer patients from the 1920s until her death in 1978 at the age of ninety. Refusing payment for her services, instead accepting only voluntary contributions