1887 New York doctor Ephraim Cutter publishes a book on cancer and the diet.
1892 America takes the lead in world wide Sugar consumption, surpassing the British. Sugar consumption would double again by 1920.
1897 Chloride of lime first used to sterilize drinking water.
1900 AMA began to achieve goal of replacing existing medical system with allopathy
1900 Cancer causes 4% of deaths in the United States.
1909 New York Press, January 26, 1909 publishes a report by W.B. Clark which states, " cancer was practically unknown until cowpox vaccination began to be introduced. I have seen 200 cases of cancer, and I never saw a case of cancer in an unvaccinated person." Scientific evidence begins to mount that where human lymph is employed in a vaccine, syphilis, leprosy and TB soon follow. Where calf lymph is employed in the creation of a vaccine, TB and cancer soon follow. (Cancer and vaccination by Esculapius).
1913 The American Cancer Society is formed.
1914 I.G. Farben, headed by Carl Duisberg, production of chlorine gas is 40 tons per day.
1915 A doctor in Mississippi alters the diet of 12 prison inmates and is successful and producing pellegra, in a curious attempt at reverse contradictory logic in an "attempt to find a cure for the disease".
1915 Germans use chlorine gas on the battlefield against French and Algerians. They also use a form of tear gas (T-Stoff) on the Russian front.
1915 German spies caught in Russia trying to spread plague bacteria.
1915 Britain begins creation of chemical warfare compounds. British use chlorine gas against the Germans, killing British troops as the wind shifts. Britain comes up with impregnated clothing as a defense.
1917 Post WW1 supplies of chlorine designated to be added to water supplies.
1920 Dr. Otto Walberg experiments with human cells. Removes 35% of the oxygen and cells become non-reversibly cancerous.
1922 By 1922, more than 100 radiologists died from X-ray induced cancer
1933 Arthur Kallet publishes study. Food Dyes Violet 1 and Citrus Red 2 cancer.
1935 Russians arrested in China found carrying vials of dysentary, cholera and anthrax for sabotage missions against the Japanese. Some missions were successful.
1936 I.G. Farben releases discovery of sulfanilamide. Released in US in 1937.
1937 AMA "approves" drug sulfanilamide with diethylene glycol. Kills people.
1938 Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act certifies 19 dyes for use in foods.
1939 Dr.Emanuel Josephson reveals AMA coverup of Vitamin E benefits.
1940 American intake of petroleum-based food coloring s/additives increases ten-fold (to 1977). Most of the additives prove later to be carcinogenic.
1941 AMA "approves" I.G. Farben subsidiary "sulfathiazole", which kills many.
1943 Dr.Schaltenbrand in Germany reports successful transmission of monkey encephalitis to "mental patients"
1944 Army Medical Department takes care of 4.4 million hospital patients. (US).
1944 Health Practitioners Journal, June 1944, reports Dr.S.S.Goldwater, the New York Commissioner of Hospitals states "as a result of the drugs, vaccines and other suppressive treatments used to check diseases, chronic diseases are growing at such a rate that America may become a nation of invalids."
1946 Dr.Gerson demonstrates medical proof of complete remissions of cancer in over 33% of his patients before the Pepper-Neeley Congressional Sub- Committee for Hearings on S1875, a bill to authorize the president to wage war on cancer. Lobbying forces for surgery, radiation and chemotherapy defeat the bill by four votes. The bill supported research into dietary means for preventing and reversing cancer. Gerson's publications were black-listed and he lost his license to practice medicine in New York.
1952 From 1952 to 1956, the cities on the "fluoridation list" began to fluoridate their water supplies. As the process of water fluoridation continued, the cancer death rate of the fluoridated cities began to far exceed the rate of the unfluoridated cities.
1953 In the United States, Senator Charles Tobey begins a Senate investigation into the cancer industry. U.S. Justice Department attorney Ben Fitzgerald is hired as special counsel. Fitzgerald's report concluded that "the AME, in direct collaboration with the National Cancer Institute and the Federal Drug Administration, entered into a Conspiracy to suppress alternative, effective cancer treatments." Said Fitzgerald, "if radiation, surgery and drugs are the complete answer, then the greatest hoax of the age is being perpetrated upon the people by the continued appeal for funds for further research." Senator Tobey is dispatched with a convenient "heart attack", as has happened to others who threaten the cancer industry. Tobey's replacement, Senator John Bricker, orders Fitzgerald to stop the investigation. Fitzgerald refuses and is fired. The investigation is halted and buried.
1953 Senator Charles Tobey, Jr enters an investigative report into the Congressional Record (Fitzgerald Report) which indicated that evidence existed of a Conspiracy to suppress medical advances in the treatment of cancer in the 1950's.
1954 A study is published which links fluorides and the development of cancer in animals. Ref: A Taylor, "Sodium Fluoride in the Drinking Water of Mice", Dental Digest, Vol 60, pp170-172.
1955 American Cancer Society advertising circular states "cancer will strike one of every four persons now living. More children from 3 to 15 years of age die of cancer than from any other disease." (50 years before, cancer was unheard of in children). According to the ACS, they are predicting 6.4 million deaths from cancer, compared with 128,000 in 1933 - an increase of 6.2 million cases in 22 years. Vaccination, pesticide use and chemical pollution are the main factors that have increased since 1933.
1957 FDA tests report that 10 of 13 certified food dyes produce cancer in rats
1958 Food and Drug Act of 1958 took up use of irradiation, defined as "additive".
1958 Outgoing President of the Gerontological Society, Dr.A.Lansing, muses "finding a cure for cancer and heart disease would be a major financial disaster which would bankrupt the social security system and the insurance companies." Prevention, J.L. Rodale, 11/1961.
1963 American Academy of Sciences study shows low fluoride levels increase tumors.
1963 A study is published which links fluorides and development of cancer in animals. Ref: Irwin Herskowitz and Isabel Norton "Increased Incidence of Melanotic Tumors...Following Treatment with Sodium Fluoride", Genetics, Vol 48, pp307-310.
1966 Rous is awarded a Nobel Prize for discovering a virus that caused cancer in chickens in 1911.
1966 Nobel to F.P. Rous for discovery of a cancer virus
1966 American Cancer Society formulates a "State Model Cancer Act" which is designed to prevent any treatment of cancer by anything other than surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. The use of other methods becomes a felony.California, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio and Pennsylvania now enforce a variation of this "anti-quackery" law.
1966 Atomic Energy Commission releases a report which acknowledges the potential of environmental radiation saying "There is no threshold on the genetic effect of radiation. There is no safe level of radiation insofar as genetic effects are concerned." The 1966 report "The Genetic Effects of Radiation" said, "the genetic load might increase to the point where the species as a whole would degenerate and fade toward extinction - a sort of "racial radiation sickness". In 1958, the minimum dose for the general public was set at 0.17 rem per year. If there still exists a "minimum dose" today, it means that they do not care about genetic effects, which constiutues a criminal offense due to their own admission there is no safe level.
1966 Nobel to Higgins for hormonal treatment of cancer of prostate.
1966 University of Wisconsin study suggests cyclamates be removed from food.
1967 The FDA stops the use of an experimental cancer vaccine which was producing significant results. Developed by James Rand and Eernest Ayre, a recognized cancer specialist. The Rand vaccine produced significant improvement in terminal patients in over 30% of patients. It cured tumors and Breast Cancer in four to six months, without radiation, surgery or chemotherapy. The FDA Commissioner was James L. Goddard, the same man who persecuted the use of DMSO. Goddard used the DMSO issue in 1966 in an attempt to foster a medical dictatorship in the US in collusion with the medical and pharmaceutical industries, and remove viable treatments from public access.
1968 Rockefeller monopoly moves to back food irradiation process on national level
1969 Federal inspectors hold back 130,000 cattle carcasses for removal of carcinomas and cancer of the eye.
1969 Mary Lasker initiates "the War on Cancer", eventually resulting in Nixon signing it into law in 1971. It would provide vast taxpayer dollars to the NCI and derivitive benefits to the ACS.
1969 Dr.Harlan Jones, professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California, states that according to carefully researched statistics, cancer patients who did not receive surgery, chemotherapy or radiation had a greater life expectancy that the one who receives treatment by about four times. Ref: Harlan Jones, "A Report on Cancer", available at University of California Berkeley library.
1969 A Congressional study reveals that 37 of 49 top officials of the FDA who left the agency moved into high positions within pharmaceutical companies they had regulated.
1969 Part of the grounds at Fort Detrick Biological Warfare Laboratory renamed the Frederick Cancer Research Facility and given to the National Cancer Institute for "civilian medical research". By 1971, funding had tripled.
1969 Nobel for Delbruck, Hershey and Luria on genetic structure of viruses.
1971 The American Cancer Society decides that screening women for Breast Cancer was a good idea. (Note: "Screening" = Radiation that causes cancer)
1972 Dr.Dean Burk of the National Cancer Institute declares in a letter to a member of Congress that high officials of the FDA,AMA,ACS and U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (now HHS) were deliberately falsifying data and information, lying, committing unconstitutional acts and in other ways thwarting potential cures to which they were opposed. (Letter to Congressman Louis Frey Jr. Also dealt with the issue of laetrile, a non-patentable (natural) product opposed by the California Medical Association, who only sanctions the use of dangerous or toxic treatment for cancer. Burk openly refers to FDA corruption.
1973 The NCI-ACS Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project (BCDP) starts, and would last until 1978. Ralph Nader tests some of the machines, and finds out that 55% of them emit more than a safe dosage. (See 1974, Morgan,Pike).
1974 Dr. Karl Z. Morgan,director of Health Physics at Oak Ridge, comes forth to warn that diagnostic X-rays were causing the same cancer they were meant to screen. Despite the warning, the NCI-ACS breast screening program kept on going.
1974 Professor Malcom C. Pike at the University of California School of Medicine writes the NCI that a number of specialists had concluded that "giving a woman under age 50 a mammogram on a routine basis is close to unethical."
1974 California passes an act based on American Cancer Society "Model Law" in 1966 which makes it a felony to treat cancer in California by any method other than radiation, surgery or chemotherapy.
1974 Health Newsletter V3N1, Jan 74. Dr.David Grassetti "the spread of cancer in mice is astounding after they are given a dose of Rifampin, a "miracle antibiotic" made by Dow Chemical, which received almost $900,000 in contracts from the National Cancer Institute. The research results were permitted to remain Confidential."
1975 A General Accounting Office (GAO) study of the FDA reveals that 150 FDA officials owned stock in the companies they were supposed to regulate.
1975 The British medical journal Lancet reports on a study which compared the effect on cancer patients of chemotherapy or no treatment at all. No treatment proved significantly better policy for patient survival and quality of life.
1975 Searle company drugs Adactone and Flagyl found to cause cancer in mice.
1975 787,000 women are subjected to hysterectomies. 1,700 die as a result.
1976 Dr. Robert Simpson of Rurgers University addresses Science writers at a seminar of the American Cancer Society, pointing out, "...immunization programs against flu, measles, mumps, polio, etc. May actually be seeding humans with RNA to form latent proviruses in cells throughout the body. These latent proviruses could be molecules in search of diseases, including Rheumatoid Arthritis , multiple sclerosis, systemic lupus erythematosis, Parkinsons disease, and perhaps cancer." According to Dr. Wendell Winters, a UCLA virologist who also attended the seminar, "immunizations may cause changes in the slow viruses and changes in the mechanism of DNA. This is being studied by Dr. Robert Hutchinson at the University of Tennessee."
1976 Los Angeles Times quotes US Ambassador Walt Stoessel as telling his Moscow staff that the Soviet microwaves can cause emotional and behavioral problems, as well as leukemia, cancer and cataracts.
1976 American Cancer Society decides to remove its ban on 3 of over 66 known methods of cancer management (Coley's toxins, Staphage Lysate and hyperthermia) with no explanation.
1977 Cancer Blackout 1977. Otto Warburg, Nobel Laureate in Medicine: "Cancer ... there is no disease whose prime cause is better known...in the meantime millions of men must die unnecessarily."
1977 Ray Ravenhott, director of the population program for the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), publically announces his agency's goal was to sterilize 25% of the females on the planet in order to "protect U.S. corporate interests from threat of revolutions spawned by chronic unemploy- ment."Ref: St. Louis Post Dispatch "U.S. Goal: Sterilize Millions of World's Women", also in Womanews (New York) in article by G.Esterman entitled "The Master Plan".
1977 The US Army admits that it had carried out hundreds of biological warfare tests in the United States over a period of decades since World War II, including 25 major operations targeting the American public employing known disease-causing agents. Crop disease substances were used 31 times.
1977 Congressional Hearings on the cancer problem in the United States. A report generated concluded that "the public has been misled by the major cancer organizations for the past 25 years." It recommended that those benefiting from "the system" not be allowed to dictate the choices available to the American public. This Congressional study was ignored.
1979 California Supreme Court Chief Justice Rose Byrd, June 25, 1979, dissenting opinion: (Relative to California cancer statutes prohibiting anything except radiation, surgery, and chemotherapy): "To these cancer victims, the enforcement of the (statute), the denial to them of medical treatment,albeit unorthodox, must surely take on a nightmare quality. No demonstrated public danger, no compelling interest of the state, warrants an Orweillian intrusion into the most private of zones of privacy."
1979 Journal of the American Medical Association on February 9th carries an article by Dr. Maurice Fox of MIT, who stated,"no evidence of the presumed benefit of early detection is apparent in terms of breast cancer mortality, even ten years later"
1981 At the headquarters of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the director of the OSHA office of carcinogenic identification, Dr. Peter Infante, pointed out that a Current Intelligence Bulletin (CIB) on formaldehyde was "an important document assessing formaldehyde's cancer causing potential". The top bureaucracy at OSHA were embarrassed at the release of the truth, and tried to dismiss Infante. On July 27th, Infante writes Dr. John Higginson, director of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), disagreeing withthe IARC decision to conceal the carcinogenic nature of the substance. Formaldehyde is a common component of vaccines.
1982 "Metabolic Ecology: A Way to Win the War on Cancer" by Fred Rohe, is published, detailing cases where breast cancer has been cured through the nutritional approach over a 6 month period.
1983 Harvard University makes first artificial chromosome and grafts to yeast cell.
1984 American Cancer Society says vitamins and diet might be of some benefit.
1984 The Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol262, features an article in which UCLA doctors Oye and Shapiro describe how cancer patients are treated with chemotherapy when no evidence existed that the drug would have any effect on their tumors, how new drugs are based on biased studies, and how false reporting, rigged statistics and exaggerated conclusions were practiced regularly in order to get new drugs approved. For example, percentages of "those who respond" is increased by not counting those who die during treatment or whose reaction to drugs could be designated as fatal. (Note: The same parallel exists within the AZT/AIDS scam).
1984 A complaint was filed by a group of US physicians with the UN Center for Human Rights in Geneva, entitled "A Complaint Against Medical Tyranny As Practiced in the United States of America: American Medical Genocide"; the existence of the report was suppressed by the Bush Administration and the media. Reprinted in The Leading Edge in Oct/Nov 1994.
1984 Former FDA head Stuart Nightingale admits at a House of Delegates meeting in Honolulu that, "we need the AMA to help put chelation therapy out of business."
1984 Researchers in Japan were achieving some degree of understanding about fluorides consumption and human cancer. Dr. Takeki Tsutsui of the Nippon Dental College showed in 1984 that "fluoride caused not only genetic damage but was also capable of transforming normal human cells into cancer cells." In Dr.Tsutsui's study, the level of fluoride used was the same level that the United States National Cancer Institute suggested should be used in a study to determine whether fluoridation of public water supplies causes cancer. The level of fluoride deemed "safe" by the United States in 1 ppm. The researchers in Japan found that cells treated with fluoride produced cancer.
1984 Congressman Claude Pepper claims health fraud is $10 billion/yr scandal, and proposes HR6501 to create an AMA backed Strike Force against fraud. The National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF) begins meeting in May 84. 1985 Los Angeles meeting of the NCAHF attended by representatives of the FDA, the Federal Trade Commission and the US Postal Service. Illegal involvement of Federal agencies.
1985 Scientific American in November 1985 featured Dr. John Cairns of the Harvard Medical School of Public Health, who wrote that chemotherapy was useful for only a few rare cancers. He found no significant gains against the primary cancers since the 1950's, and estimated that only 3% of those with cancer have their life extended by chemotherapy out of the 400,000 deaths each year in the United States. (Note: How similar this is to the use of the experimental chemotherapy drug AZT in the AIDS paradigm).
1986 The May 1986 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine features an article by Elaine Smith of the University of Iowa and Dr. John Bailar of Harvard University. Dr. Bailar was a former editor of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, an expert in statistical evaluation and statistical consultant to the New England Journal of Medicine, and a senior scientist of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. In the article, Bailar and Smith analyze the cancer treatment phenomenon and discover an 8% increase in cancer since 1950, which was getting worse. They state that "there has been no apparent change in mortality from breast cancer since 1950." Immediately on the defensive, the NCI and ACS lie to the public, and state that "cancer statistics indicate great progress." (See 1987, General Accounting Office).
1987 The General Accounting Office (GAO) completes a two-year study of cancer statistics. The results validate Bailar and Smith (See 1986). According to the GAO, $2 billion per year was spent on cancer research (more than 50% of it government funds). Depsite this enormous expense, "only slight improvement in cancer patient survival was indicated for the 30-year period 1950-1982. The GAO study was shelved to protect the cancer industry.
1987 In its own dreamworld that ignors everyone else, the American Cancer Society on March 15th "officially announces" that "caught early enough, breast cancer has cure rates approaching 100 percent." (Note: The ACS definition of "cured" involves life for 5 years after diagnosis, so "early detection" would in fact artificially increase the ACS "cure rate").
1987 European Parliament votes against food irradiation on precautionary grounds.
1987 Canadian Minister of Health announces food irradiation will be permitted.
1987 AMA found guilty of conspiring for 20 years to destroy chiropractic. The court concludes that "under the Sherman Act, every combination or Conspiracy in restraint of trade is illegal."
1987 Dr. Vincent DeVita, head of the National Cancer Institute, issues a contro- versial recommendation to 13,000 cancer specialists "to give chemotherapy and surgery to all women with breast cancer, regardless of whether it has spread."
1988 A Swedish study finds that mammograms and early detection of breast cancer did not reduce the rate of death. Dr. Lars Janzon studied 42,000 women before concluding in an October 1988 British Medical Journal that mammograms should be restricted. When the Wall Street Journal in the U.S. informs an official of the American Cancer Society of the report, the official dismisses it.
1988 (Feb) National Cancer Institute Report says since 1953 cancer keeps growing
1989 In 1989 Dr.Yiamouyiannis used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain carcinogenicity studies conducted by Proctor and Gamble (one of the makers of fluoridated toothpaste) that were submitted to (and covered up by) the United States Public Health Service. These studies showed dose dependent cell abnormalities caused by fluoride. These results were reported in the February 22, 1990 issue of the Medical Tribune. Additional studies by Proctor and Gamble scientists confirmed the link between oral precancerous growth and fluoride, as well as an increase in osteomas (bone tumors) and osteosarcomas (bone cancer). In fact, the National Cancer Institute found in 1991 that the incidence of bone cancer was 50% higher in men ages 0-19 years of age exposed to fluoridated water compared to those who were not.
1989 On February 23, 1989, Battelle released the results of its study of fluorides on mice. A most curious result of the study, from the USPHS point of view, was that fluoride induced the occurrence of an extremely rare form of liver cancer, called hepatocholangio carcinoma, in fluoride-treated male and female mice. Two months later in April of 1989, Battelle released the results of its study of fluorides and rats. The study showed a dose-dependent relationship between the incidence of oral cancerous tumors and fluorides. It is interesting to note that mice and rats yielded different The results with fluoride - different types of cancer. As a response to the Battelle study, the National Cancer Institute from examined the incidence of oral cancer in fluoridated and non-fluoridated countries over the period from 1973 to 1987. The National Cancer Institute study found that as exposure to fluoridation increases, so does the incidence of oral cancer; sometimes as much as a 50% increase in oral cancer rates occur in fluoridated areas - this translates to 8,000 new cases of oral and pharyngeal cancer per year, needless pain and suffering and a financial windfall to the medical and pharmaceutical factions that concern themselves with treatment.
1990 The National Toxicology Program issues a Press Release with data confirming findings of a link between fluoride and osteosarcomas as well as higher rates of oral cancer in rats. (January 1990)
1990 Project Tower, CIA and Office of Naval Research step up electronic behavior control efforts through cellular telephone systems, which resonate at a harmonic of the humans skull.
1990 The Los Angeles Times on October 10th publishes an article "Brain Cancer on Rise in Elderly", noting that "brain cancer has increased 500% among elderly Americans." And "it was once considered that brain tumors reached a peak rate in people in their '30s, and then would rapidly decline, but it now appears that the incidence continues to increase with age."
1994 The National Academy of Sciences reports that 95% of the chemicals used in perfumes and fragrances are derived from petroleum, and many of these chemicals are causing allergic reactions, central nervous system disorders, birth defects, cancer and autoimmune disease. The FDA is powerless to remove these substances because by law the cosmetic industry is not regulated and exempt from listing all product ingredients. Many of the fragrance ingredients have been classified as neurotoxins, hazardous waste disposal chemicals and sensitizers. Townsend Letter for Doctors 7/94.
1994 W.R.Grace and company, through Agracetus was granted a patent to transgeneic soybeans - the first attempt to gain world control of a staple food crop. The soybean industry is worth $27 billion annually worldwide.
1994 University of North Carolina finds that women employed in electrical trades are 38% more likely to die of breast cancer. For men, the risk of breast cancer in those occupations is six times normal.
1994 Science News reports that scientists are "now realizing" that certain chemical pollutants chemically mimick female hormone estrogen. The effect is that normal sexual development in human males is being affected. Testicular cancer has risen. Sperm count has dropped 50% in men over the last 40 years. (Ref: Population control and disease production). Science News 7/2 & 7/15.
1994 EPA reaffirms dioxin is a carcinogen, and that exposure to that family of chemicals leads to learning disorders, infertility, and compromised immune systems. (9/94). (Ref: US dumps 250 pounds of dioxin over Southeast Asia in the 1960's and 1970's Ref: population control- disease production).
1994 EPA announces plans to review and phase out the use of cancer-causing pesticides and herbicides on food, in an out-of-court settlement with several consumer rights organizations. The process could prohibit 36 chemicals that farmers and food processors use. EPA must complete the full review and cancellation process in the next five years. The original challenge was that the agency was not enforcing the Delaney Clause.