Burzynski: Cancer is Serious Business
This award-winning documentary, originally released in 2010, tells the true story of a medical doctor and PhD biochemist named Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, founder of the Burzynski Research Institute, a bio-pharmaceutical company that is committed to developing cancer treatments based on genomic and epigenomic principles.
Dr. Burzynski won what has been said to be the most complex legal battle against the Food and Drug Administration ever. The conflicts were centered on the gene-targeted cancer medicines that Dr. Burzynski discovered back in the 1970s. These substances were called Antineoplastons, and have currently completed Phase II FDA-supervised clinical trials. In 2009 Dr. Burzynski was granted permission by the FDA to begin the final phase of testing which consists of randomized controlled clinical trials.
When Antineoplastons are approved, it will mark the first time in history that one single scientist, and not a pharmaceutical company, will hold the exclusive patent and distribution rights on a medical breakthrough of this magnitude.
Antineoplastons are currently responsible for curing some of the most incurable and aggressive forms of cancer, with no toxic side effects. Patients are able to quickly regain normalcy in their lives after the treatment. The film includes many interviews with cancer survivors who deliberately chose these medicines over the traditional menu: surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation. The documentary offers full disclosure of the medical records of those interviewed in order to prove both their diagnosis and their recovery. The film also includes systematic FDA-supervised clinical trial data comparing Antineoplastons to other available treatments.
One outstanding example is a form of cancer, which is known as Diffuse Intrinsic Childhood Brainstem Glioma that has never before been cured in any scientifically controlled clinical trial in the history of medicine. Dr. Buzynski’s Antineoplastons hold the first cure for this.
This documentary takes you through the 14-year journey both Dr. Burzynski and his patients have had to go on, in order to obtain FDA-approved clinical trials of Antineoplastons.
Initially, Burzynski was able to produce and administer his treatment without FDA-approval from 1977-1995 because the state of Texas at this time did not require it. However, this law has since been changed. As with anything that implies a paradigm shift, Burzynski’s ability to successfully treat incurable cancer with such consistency has both baffled and enraged the industry. He has managed infuriate to those who benefit economically from the currently available standard treatments that are outdated and just don’t work. Many medical doctors have called him a ‘quack’ and a ‘charlatan’.
It’s quite interesting to note that all the money that pours into cancer research coming from the walks, the talks, the wristbands, and tax payers pockets go to the same guys: those who make millions of dollars from this disease.
Sadly nearly evening in this documentary is a lie. It’s essentially a paid advert for the clinic by one of the doctors supporters.
It’s entirely uncritical of the work happening at the clinic and presents a false impression that anyone had ever been proved to have been cured by the treatments there.
I’d recommend this film as a study in delusion. One of its many crackpot idea is that everyone invoked in the treatment of cancer is part of a massive conspiracy to profit from cancer while stamping on the fingers of anyone who might come up with a new cure.
A lunatic film made about a lunatic man.
Hey Dave…If what this Doc was doing saved even one life, don’t you think it would be worth the time of the FDA to give it some serious consideration? I mean the guy spent 20+ years doing this with no support financially or professionally and still kept on doing it year after year. For what? Profit? His own health? Oh I know…fame and glory. That’s it. False impressions? Delusions? Crackpot? I don’t know about you but there were a lot of supporters both patients and family/friends of patients that seemed pretty genuine about how they felt about the Doc and what he has done to impact their lives.
I think you are a cynic. I think you are a black hole of negative energy. And I think you yourself are a cancer which is why you are so threatened by the chance that there is some validity to this work. Enjoy roasting in hell bud.
he’s an asshole as well…
hey David why don’t you go burn in hell. you disgrace even the shit that comes outa you
Dear me. You’re a sensitive little peach, aren’t you?
Sadly nearly everything in this documentary is a provable fact. It’s one of the best and most courageous investigative journalist pieces I’ve ever seen.
It’s entirely critical of how the FDA and state agencies have handled covering up an effective anti-cancer invention, that has been verified by the FDA as safe and effective.
I’d recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the cancer industry.
To back-up and prove with full sources and all documentation of every single detail of this documentary film, see its interactive transcript which hold it all: http://burzynskimovie.com/index.php/transcript
NONE of the so-called “skeptics” that just “can’t face reality” acknowledge this above list of sources exist.
If you think for one second that chemotherapy can cure cancer think again! Most patients die from the treatment itself or an illness secondary from chemo. I work in an Oncologist office and see the destruction chemo leaves behind. If the cancer goes into remission and that is RARE it will come back in 5-6 years even more aggressive than ever. I see patients WALK in and by the time their last cycle of chemo is over they have no energy,their immune system is fragile, their skin has either a gray or yellow tint they end up in wheelchairs or walkers. They will never release a cure for cancer in the USA, sad truth is cancer is a multi million dollar business. If most cancer patients could read the inserts that come with chemo drugs they would never take treatment.
The best is the sleazy drug reps they are legal drug lords I swear! They waltz into the office decked out in expensive clothes with their lunches and propaganda it’s disgusting the kickbacks the doctors get for using certain drugs,I see it up close and personal every day and I swear God forbid I get cancer I WILL NEVER EVER GET CHEMO EVER.
the statistics is not correct: 5/54 compares to 4/20 is statistically indifferent, due to sample size. thus we cannot conclude one treatment is better than the other. with such a small sample size of 20, it at least requires 7 out of 20 are cured to be statistically significantly different (better) than 5/54.
I am afraid there is no miracle here yet.
After watching this, I began the process of verification: it’s an absolute mess. There are claims flying in from every direction, and most are conflicting; I had an easier time deciphering Heidegger as a freshman in college. Even now, in November of 2015, the circus tent is still up. Apparently Dr. B is facing charges for failing to properly report serious side-effects, among other things. The video portrays him as an honest man, but dishonest men have fooled people like us before. I’m going to try to spend 8-10 hours researching this weekend, but it may take longer. This is extremely sad, as there are, at end, only two possible results: 1) the drug is at least quasi-viable and should be considered as a possible treatment, justifying further research and funding; or 2) the drug is not viable and Dr. B should be exposed as someone who took advantage of people and sustained a monster of a lie. It’s very hard to envision the latter, given the families’ stalwart protection of the man and drug along with the ostensible successes. But the inconceivable has happened before. I’ll post my results when I’m confident I’ve formed a sound conclusion on the matter, if there is one to be had. If there is not one to be had, I’ll be honest and report that I was unable to find an answer. One of the problems with personal research into matters such as these is that it’s very difficult to become even temporarily competent enough to rummage through the vast sums of quantitative data and opinions regarding a field I am no expert in. This will be very fun and challenging, I think.