Private Papers Pertaining to Laetrile (download)

Compiled and edited by G. Edward Griffin

G. Edward Griffin’s private collection of letters and documents cited or quoted in his book World without Cancer; the Story of Vitamin B17 . Few if any of these items have been published elsewhere. It is the author’s conviction that the substance of these papers will someday be recognized as one of the great scientific scandals and medical turning points of history.

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The book upon which this is based

World Without Cancer (book)

Mr. Griffin marshals the evidence that cancer is a deficiency disease—like scurvy or pellagra—aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in modern man’s diet. That substance is vitamin B17, also known as Laetrile. Case histories included. New, 3rd edition.

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Private Papers Pertaining to Laetrile
Compiled and edited by G. Edward Griffin

The purpose of this volume is to place into the public record the author’s private collection of letters and documents cited or quoted in his book World without Cancer; the Story of Vitamin B17 (Westlake Village, CA: American Media 1997). Few if any of these items have been published elsewhere. This volume, therefore, represents the means by which they shall be preserved for public scrutiny and future research.

It is the author’s conviction that the substance of these papers will someday be recognized as one of the great scientific scandals and medical turning points of history.

(107 pages)

This is a digital file that can be read online and is compatible with most personal printers. It will be available for download by the buyer for 15 days following purchase. The complete publication is copyrighted by the author and may not be replicated for sale. However, individual documents are intended for public domain and may be freely distributed provided nothing is added or deleted that would alter the meaning of their content.