Success Stories

The number of critically ill cancer patients benefitting from Vitamin B-17 is impressive, to say the least. As a matter of fact there’re thousands of reported cases in medical records. FDA, The American Cancer Society and American Medical Association claim that people who believe that they were saved by B-17, are actually hypochondriacs, who didn’t have cancer to begin with. Records, however, tell a different story altogether. Here is an example:


Case 1: Breast Cancer

A women, admitted to Denver’s General Rose Hospital to get a right radical mastectomy, was hospitalized for 6 weeks after surgery as she caught an infection during the operation. She received radiation therapy for three months and the therapy was discontinued for about 2 weeks, due to body burns. Once the therapy was completed, she was scheduled for chemotherapy but discontinued it after two shots. The women wrote a letter to the hospital in which she described the response of her local doctor to the use of Vitamin B17. After two sessions of chemotherapy, she wasn’t satisfied and told her doctor about a book regarding Laetrile. The doctor became furious, she wrote, and threw away the book, yelling at her to not to believe anything written in the book.


She began her Vitamin therapy in spring next year, and for the first time, during her long battle with cancer, she felt normal and human. She did all her chores, energy was back, slept eight hours and enjoyed company of friends and family. In her letter, she mentioned how she felt confident and healthy during Vitamin therapy and how radiation, chemo and surgery made her feel like a zombie.


Case 2: Colon Cancer

Mr. Gibson of Arizona, Phoenix, was operated for colon cancer. The cancer had already reached the bladder and the surgeon found out that malignant tissue was nearly impossible to remove. Colostomy was performed but five months later, cancer worsened and he was told that he do not much have time left. To the surprise of doctors, six months later, Mr. Gibson, returned a healthy man who had already resumed his daily routine. Mr. Gibson, an RN, had an exploratory cystoscopy that showed no signs of cancer. He insisted the hospital to put his colon back; first time in the hospital history, that a reverse colostomy was performed. Doctors performed the surgery, finding absolutely nothing that resembled the cancer tissue, and he was relieved. Three years later, he was found living a healthy life, absolutely normal, full of joy and satisfaction.