Burzynski: Morally reprehensible

I find Dr Stanislaw Burzynski morally reprehensible. I think this because his treatment is sold for extortionate amounts of money to vulnerable, dying cancer patients in their last months – sometimes bringing them thousands of miles away from the majority of their family – so they can be injected with a drug that’s been in … Continue reading Burzynski: Morally reprehensible

Threats from The Burzynski Clinic

You probably haven’t heard of a man named Stanislaw Burzynski. He offers a treatment called antineoplaston therapy, which he claims can treat cancer, in a centre called the Burzynski Clinic in Houston, Texas. That’s quite a claim, but the Nobel Prize Committee does not need to convene quite yet, because this treatment has been in … Continue reading Threats from The Burzynski Clinic

The Burzynski Clinic

The Burzynski Clinic is a clinic dedicated to treating cancer patients. It is based in Houston, Texas. It pioneers a treatment called antineoplaston therapy. Except, this treatment isn’t pioneering. It isn’t effective. It does not work. And yet, the Burzynski Clinic continue to profit off it. I am sickened and appalled that cancer patients are … Continue reading The Burzynski Clinic

About Rhys

Rhys is a skeptical activist with a thing for alternative medicine and tackling big quacks. He was given the Grassroots Skeptic Award at TAM London in 2010, after exposing Miracle Mineral Solution – an alternative treatment for Crohn’s disease, cancer, AIDS and many other illnesses – on the internet. Last year, the Texan Burzynski clinic … Continue reading About Rhys