Target: Margaret Hamburg, FDA Commissioner
Goal: Provide cancer patients at Camelot Cancer Care with the medicine they paid for
A medical clinic in Oklahoma that utilizes natural methods to treat cancer patients was recently raided by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents. The clinic was temporarily shut down, and medicine that was purchased by patients for treatment was confiscated. Urge the FDA to return this medicine to the clinic so that its patients can be treated.
Camelot Cancer Care is an alternative cancer care clinic that uses Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO), vitamin C, vitamin B12, vitamin D3, glutathione, methylglyoxal, and other vitamins to treat cancer patients. The clinic is focused on providing nontoxic treatments as an alternative to conventional cancer treatment. Some studies evidence that these natural treatment methods outperform the conventional model of chemotherapy and radiation.
The FDA has not provided a legitimate explanation as to why they raided this clinic without due cause. An insider source has stated the reason is due to the clinic’s alleged use of vitamin B17, or Laetrile, which the FDA has not approved. Laetrile is a natural molecule that contains the simple sugar glucose, hydrogen cyanide, and benzaldehyde. When cancer cells intake Laetrile and try to metabolize it, the cyanide and benzaldehyde kill it naturally without causing side effects. Most importantly, Laetrile is non-toxic to healthy cells.
Despite widespread evidence of its effectiveness, the FDA has not approved this as a treatment for cancer. In an effort to stop this inexpensive cancer treatment from gaining popularity, pharmaceutical interests called upon the FDA under the false pretense of protecting public health. By doing this, they stole life-saving medicines from patients that had already paid for them. Urge the FDA to return the confiscated medicine to Camelot Care Center.
Dear Margaret Hamburg, FDA Commissioner
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently sent agents to raid Camelot Cancer Care, a medical clinic in Oklahoma that utilizes natural methods to treat cancer patients. This clinic offers effective, affordable alternatives to conventional cancer treatment. The FDA agents who raided the clinic confiscated medicine that sick patients had purchased. The FDA must return these life-saving medicines to the patients and not withhold them based on pharmaceutical interests and corporate greed.
An insider source has stated the reason for the FDA’s raid is due to the clinic’s use of a substance called vitamin B17, or Laetrile, which the FDA has not approved. The FDA has not approved this as a treatment for cancer, despite widespread evidence of its effectiveness and in an effort to stop this effective and less expensive cancer treatment from gaining popularity, pharmaceutical interests called upon the FDA under the false appearance of protecting public health. The FDA needs to prioritize patient health and return this medicine to the people who bought it.
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