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Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business, Part II (2013)

TV-G | | Documentary, News | March 2013 (USA)
Following the plight of terminal cancer patients as they seek the therapy of The Burzynski Clinic, after all mainstream cancer centers have left them for dead.


Eric Merola


Eric Merola, Jon Barratt (co-writer)
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Credited cast:
Lindsey Apostolo Lindsey Apostolo ... Stage IV Cervical Cancer
Terri Bainbridge Terri Bainbridge ... Daughter Billie - with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)
Hannah Bradley Hannah Bradley ... Anaplastic Astrocytoma Grade III
Stanislaw Burzynski Stanislaw Burzynski ... Inventor of Antineoplastons
Eric Carlson Eric Carlson ... Professor and Chairman, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Residency Program Director University of Tennessee Medical Center
Christopher Chandler Christopher Chandler ... Consultant Neurosurgeon, King's College Hospital - London, England
Pat Clarkson Pat Clarkson ... Multiple Myeloma
Pete Cohen Pete Cohen ... Hannah Bradley's partner
Ali Hachem Ali Hachem ... Board-Certified Oncologist, Cancer Center of Hunstville, Alabama
Laura Fay Hymas Laura Fay Hymas ... Glioblastoma Multiforme Grade IV Brain Cancer
John James John James ... Research Scientist, Targacept Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Alejandro Marquis Alejandro Marquis ... Doctor
Alejandro A. Marquis Alejandro A. Marquis ... Senior Physician, the Burzynski Clinic
Juan Martinez-Canaca Juan Martinez-Canaca ... Consultant Neurosurgeon
Antonia Moore Antonia Moore ... The Dame Sybil Thorndike Health Centre - Rochester, England


For most patients undergoing Burzynski's treatment, their advanced cancer itself runs secondary to the constant barrage of skepticism coming not only from their local oncologists, but also from friends and family who feel their loved ones are making suspect treatment decisions-even though mainstream oncology has already left many of them for dead. As the story unfolds, you will observe a real-time change of hearts and minds from many of their doctors and families-by showcasing interviews with board-certified oncologists, surgeons and neurosurgeons, who witnessed their patients leave their care, soon to return in great health after opting for the Burzynski Clinic. You will be placed into the turbulent journey of how the cancer industry utilizes its now usurped regulatory agency (FDA) to both block Antineoplastons' Phase 3 clinical trial process, and orchestrate a group of "information hit men" to pollute all channels of public information in an effort to confuse the public over the ... Written by Eric Merola

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The sequel to the internationally award-winning documentary BURZYNSKI.


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Very Good!
12 April 2014 | by macnandosterSee all my reviews

I recommend watching this documentary for everyone interested in alternatives to cancer treatment. Much stronger then any review published here are the true testimonies shown in both parts of Burzynski: Cancer IS Serious Business. Take your own conclusion. It just confirms my opinion that west medicine became a big business where disease is more important then healthy life. Medicine became an industry where money is the highest and most important target. If you had lost any dear people for cancer, don miss this documentary! Do not pay attention to bad reviews, as I said before, take your own conclusion.

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