Law  CANCER ACT 1939

[No need for Allopathy to advertise as they have a monopoly.  This law is one of the main cogs in the cancer conspiracy, as it keeps all non-Allopathic cancer therapies and healers well hidden, freedom in advertising would bust The Cancer Conspiracy.  No non-Allopath is allowed to treat cancer either, so any successes they have they tend to keep to themselves to avoid opening themselves up to prosecution.  Dr Richard Shulze, N.D., M.H. burnt all his records, convenient for Allopathy, who then say there is no evidence!]

Defiant healer says he is ready for court fight

Charges to be brought under the Cancer Act

By Paul Broome

Feb 25, 2010

A HEALER faces a court battle after being charged with offences under the Cancer Act.

Adrian Pengelly, who practices at his Bredenbury clinic and treats animals as well as people, will appear before Hereford Magistrates charged with four offences.

Adrian Pengeily says he is proud of his work with both people and animals.

The 1939 Cancer Act makes it an offence to advertise an offer to treat anyone for cancer, prescribe any remedy or give advice in connection with its treatment.

The case is being brought by Herefordshire Council's Trading Standards team.

But Mr Pengelly, who lives near Leominster, told the Hereford Times this week that he is proud of his work.

"I have nothing to hide. I have worked for 17 years and have a very high success rate," he said. '

"I have dedicated my entire life, 24 hours a day, to healing and my reputation is still second to none."

Mr Pengelly, who claims on his website to heal sick animals as well as humans, says he has almost 14,000 people on his waiting list.

The 43-year-old, who moved to the Midlands from Somerset in his teens, says his treatments work by sending healing energy through his hands into a patient's body, either hands-on or using distance healing.

His work includes helping people suffering with a wide range of conditions, including migraines and depression.

However, he says he does not claim to heal cancer, only to help the healing process.

The animals he claims to treat include dogs, tortoises and rabbits.

Mr Pengelly, who also has a clinic near Droitwich, says he first discovered he could heal in his 20s while at a psychic fair and has gone on to work with thousands of people and animals.

"I am a totally honest and ethical person and love my work," added Mr Pengelly. "Every day I change people's lives. If I can help people, I have a responsibility to do so.

"Nobody is ever turned away; I can do things most healers only dream about."

In 2004, supermarket giant Tesco was taken to court under the Cancer Act after running a promotion with Cancer Research UK encouraging people to eat healthily in a bid to prevent cancer.

Those convicted of under the Cancer Act face fines or up to three months in prison.