Howard S. Katz writes:
One of the pivotal events in the destruction of America is the case of Harry Hoxsey. Hoxsey’s great grandfather had been a veterinarian (in the early 19th century). His favorite horse developed cancer on its forelimb, and Dr. Hoxsey put the horse on a distant pasture so that he would not have to see it die. He came out a few weeks later to collect the corpse but found the horse in full health prancing around with great energy and no sign of cancer. Dr. Hoxsey went over that field with a fine tooth comb and found 4 herbs which, when combined, cured cancer. However, he was afraid of persecution by the cancer establishment of his day and never went public with the cure, instead keeping it as a family secret. This lasted until the early 20th century when his great grandson, Harry Hoxsey, went public with it. The herbs were: red clover, Oregon grape root, poke root, sarsaparilla, stillingia, buckthorn, burdock, cascara sagrada, prickly ash berry, licorice and Irish moss.
Harry Hoxsey opened clinics around the country. The district attorney in Dallas, TX sided with the establishment and tried to shut Hoxsey down. Then the DA’s brother got cancer; he went to Hoxsey, and Hoxsey cured him. The DA (to his credit) did a 180º about face and became a big Hoxsey supporter and later Hoxsey’s attorney. Then the Journal of the AMA called Hoxsey a quack. Hoxsey sued for libel, brought in his cured patients and proved to a jury (“12 good men and true”) that he indeed could cure cancer. In 1960, the FDA banned the Hoxsey treatment. His nurse moved to Tijuana, Mexico and set up a Hoxsey clinic which still operates today.
The medical-industrial complex would be out billions. The FDA protects corporations, not you.