Politics and Religion

Conversations Beyond Science and Religion

Philip Comella

Conversations Beyond Science and Religion – A Cure for Cancer?

Over the past 40 years, the National Cancer Institute has spent over 90 billion dollars fighting the war on cancer, but the weapons we use remain primitive: toxic drugs (chemotherapy) and radiation are still the go-to fight methods to fight the spread of cancer. Both methods ravage the body as they seek to find and destroy cancer cells. On this show, Philip Mereton talks with Dr. Patricia Ross about the work of one forgotten researcher, Mirko Beljanski , whose non-toxic and effective cancer treatment methods were suppressed for decades and are just now coming to light through the efforts of his family and others, such as Dr. Morton Walker, the author of Cancer’s Cause, Cancer’s Cure.