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Black Salve at risk by FDA and FTC

As you may have already read, the FTC has now spoken out against black salve and other natural products that have been historically shown to fight cancers.  They have fined and sued some of these companies.  The current cases began through an internet surf conducted by the FTC, the FDA and Competition Bureau Canada in June 2007. This resulted in FTC sending warning letters to over 100 websites.

 Some 30 percent of these sites subsequently closed or removed the claims in question.  This is yet another attempt by Big Pharma to take away consumers right to choose safe and effective natural health solutions! 

 We all know that the drug companies who make chemo meds have put pressure on the FDA and FTC because they want every last dollar from the cancer patients to be spent on their worthless chemo.  While many of the natural products companies have shut down, there are still a few who have effective products and do not make over the top claims but there is no telling how long it will be before these government agencies shut down our access to these natural products!

 OK, all that being said, here is a recent testimonial from a black salve user.  Keep telling others about the truth!

 your_name: Jessica

comments: 37 year old female diagnosed in June of 2006 with Large B Cell Lymphoma.  I had a chronic cough, felt sick, and had weight loss.  I went down the US Western oncology road with 3 types of Chemotherapy, 2 types of Radiation, and a Stem Cell transplant.  In Jan of 2008 a biopsy showed that the cancer was still there.

I then found a holistic treating chiropractor who was willing to manage my care while I took the Black Salve.  I took it internally (capsules) every day for 2 months and 3 weeks.  In April of 2008 was informed I am cancer free.

So the $750,000 Western protocol did not work but the $50.00 black Salve with chiropractic care and management did.

People who see me today honestly do not believe I was in a state of Dis-Ease just a year ago!

To your health,

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