Winter 1997-1998 Cancer Chronicles
In this Winter 1997-1998 issue of The Cancer Chronicles, we shall continue
to pursue our examination of both conventional and alternative cancer treatments.
The articles below represent our reflections on some of the recent developments
in this field, as we see them from our perspective.
A PRODUCTIVE TRIP TO GERMANY
Ralph Moss reports on his first trip to Germany and visits to German cancer
RWM HONORED BY THE DGO
DGO is the German Oncology Society. Read how they honored Ralph Moss at
ANTHROPOSOPHICALLY EXTENDED MEDICINE
Some of the success of alternative medicine in German-speaking lands is
due to the quiet work of the followers of Rudolph Steiner. What do they
stand for? And what do they offer cancer patients?
PROF. JOSEF BEUTH ON IMMUNOTHERAPY
An original paper by Prof. Josef Beuth, concerning the clinical results
achieved in treating various kinds of cancer with a lectin derived from
the European mistletoe plant. Although somewhat more technical than most
of our articles, we thought it would be of great interest not only for its
important subject matter but because of the scientific approach that Dr.
Beuth and his coworkers are taking towards the evaluation of complementary
SPEAKING IN TORONTO
Impressions from a speaking trip north of the (U.S.) border.
LETTER TO TIMES IN DEFENSE OF OAM
Should the Office of Alternative Medicine be abolished? A Times commentator
thinks so. We rally to the defense of OAM and what it stands for.
LETTER TO MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING
Is Moss working at MSKCC again? Not quite! But learn about a close encounter
of the almost kind.
TOWNSEND LETTER INTERVIEWS RALPH MOSS
A candid interview gives some no-holds-barred answers.
BIG CANCER CONFERENCE COMING!
A meeting next June that you will not want to miss. This will bring together
some of the leading lights from both alternative/complementary and conventional
SALICK STRIKES BIG DEAL WITH MONTEFIORE
A string of round-the-clock cancer (and AIDS) centers may spell trouble
for the big cancer centers in New York. What does "MacDonalds-ization"
mean for cancer patients?
THE BURTON HEARINGS
Special feature of The Cancer Chronicles on the very important Congressional
hearings held in Washington, DC in February 1998 on the question of access
to non-conventional treatments. How this may get NCI moving on the question
of the "POMES Process."
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