Ralph Moss, PhD – Author of Questioning Chemotherapy, The Cancer Industry, & Cancer Incorporated
12.07.2020 - By Chris Beat Cancer: Heal With Nutrition & Natural Therapies
Full ShowNotes and Links here! Ralph Moss, PhD, is a legend and a personal hero of mine. Dr. Moss is a graduate of New York University and Stanford University. He was the science writer and assistant director of public affairs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York from 1974 until 1977 when they asked him to lie about the results of a study on a natural compound for cancer from apricot seeds called Laetrile. Moss courageously blew the whistle and it cost him his career. But the end of that career was the beginning of a much better one. He wrote a firsthand account of what went down in the book Doctored Results: The Suppression of Laetrile at Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research. And for the last forty years, Dr. Moss has dedicated his life to independently evaluate the claims of conventional and alternative cancer treatments all over the world. He has peer-reviewed numerous scientific papers for journal such as Blood, Current Oncology, Tumor Biology and many more. He has written and/or edited twelve books and four documentary films on cancer research, the cancer industry and treatment options. I discovered his book Questioning Chemotherapy way back in 2004. My mom had it! Dr. Moss currently publishes The Moss Reports, which are continually updated detailed reports on the most common cancer diagnoses. He also provides informational and personalized consultations for cancer patients and their families. In 2019, he wrote The Ultimate Guide to Cancer: DIY Research, to help lay people research their own cancers. This 50-page report is available free of charge at www.mossreports.com. His latest book, published in 2020, is entitled Cancer, Incorporated: The Inside Story of the Corruption, Greed and Lies of Big Pharma. Also available at www.mossreports.com This interview is an incredible deep dive into the cancer industry and alternative treatments.