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(PDF) Dean Burk, Ph.D., Head of Cytochemistry Department, NCI, Speaks Out for the Clinical Testing of Laetrile - Cancer Control Journal - May/June 1973

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Dean Burk (March 21, 1904 – October 6, 1988) was an American biochemist, medical researcher, and a cancer researcher at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute and the National Cancer Institute. In 1939, he joined the Cancer Institute as a senior chemist. He was head of the cytochemistry laboratory when he retired in 1974.

One of the most outspoken advocates for Laetrile in the country, Dr. Burk was very vocal with the powers that be regarding the People's right to medical freedom of choice. In this 24-page Cancer Control Journal, six pages are dedicated to the reprinting of a letter from Burk to Congressman Lou Frey, Jr., championing clinical testing of Laetrile.  

Other articles in this issue include:

  • "A Very Grim Picture" — Statements from Sixth National Cancer Conference Proceedings, July 1970, sponsored by the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute
  • Govt. is Suppressing Cancer-Control Drug as 350,000 Americans Die Yearly
  • He's Living Proof of Laetrile's Effectiveness
  • Found in Seeds of Common Fruits, Laetrile Provides Rare Vitamin B-17 to Combat Cancer
  • Advocates of Laetrile Hounded and Branded Medical Outlaws
  • Vitamins Helping Prevent Cancer?
  • The American Death Ceremony

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