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[Mentally and financially ruined by legal proceedings and AMA harassment. Arrested 157 times in 16 months. Died in suspicious circumstances, possibly murdered (see).  Harry Hoxseys formula included Red clover, Burdock root, Barberry bark, Licorice root, Buckthorn bark, Prickly ash, poke berries and root, Stillingia root, Cascara amarga, Potassium iodide, zinc chloride, and antimony trisulfide.]


Kenny Ausubel

[2001] When Healing Becomes a Crime by Kenny Ausubel

A Report by Special Counsel for a United States Senate Investigating Committee ... Making a Fact Finding Study of a Conspiracy against the Health of the American people.

THE CANCER BLACKOUT An Illuminating, Factual Survey by M. H. Clutter, D.R.L

Herbalist Richard Shulze used Hoxsey herbs in his cancer clinic

Patient's dramatic story fuels UK media interest In the Hoxsey Therapy

Hoxsey clinic: Bio-Medical center, PO Box 727 (615 General Ferreira, Colonia juarez), Tijuana, B.C. Mexico. Tel: 52 814 9011.

See:  Herbs for cancer

Books [See: Cancer books]
[2000] When Healing Becomes a Crime: The Amazing Story of the Hoxsey Cancer Clinics and the Return of Alternative Therapies by Kenny Ausubel
The Healing of Cancer by Barry
You Don't Have To Die by Harry M. Hoxsey, N.D.

Videos [See: Cancer videos]

[DVD 1987] Hoxsey; The Quack Who Cured Cancer?

Hoxsey - When Healing Becomes A Crime DVD

Hoxsey: The Quack Who Cured Cancer?

Hoxsey - How Healing Becomes A Crime. This documentary concerns Harry M. Hoxsey, the former coal miner whose family's herbal recipe has brought about claims of a cancer cure.  Starting in 1924 with his first clinic, he expanded to 17 states by the mid 1950s, along the way constantly battling organized medicine that labeled him a charlatan. Hoxsey's supporters point out he was the victim of arrests, or "quackdowns" spearheaded by the proponents of established medical practices. Interviews of patients satisfied with the results of the controversial treatment are balanced with physicians from the FDA and the AMA. A clinic in Tijuana, Mexico claims an 80% success rate, while opponents are naturally skeptical. What is apparent is that cancer continues to be one of humankind's more dreaded diseases, and that political and economic forces dominate research and development.

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