Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, PhD, a Texas-based physician and biochemist, developed (with his own money) a nontoxic gene-targeted cancer therapy called Antineoplastons. This therapy has been shown to help cure some of the most “incurable” forms of terminal cancer. In the 1980s–and again in 2012–the Texas Medical Board (TMB) charged this caring and pioneering doctor with breaking a law that didn’t actually exist, and tried to revoke his medical license. Numerous investigations later—including an appearance before the Texas Supreme Court—found no violation of any law or standard of care.
A stunning documentary on Dr. Burzynski’s fight has won numerous awards worldwide. And now, Dr. Burzynski’s story now continues in the compelling follow-up film: Burzynski—Cancer Is Serious Business, Part II. This second film details his continued struggles and victories, and explores the current status of Antineoplastons’ clinical testing and the patients it has helped save.
Until July 20th, this important film is being streamed–free–over the internet by Dr. Burzynski’s allies. Simply click the video above to start watching!
For some additional background on Dr. Burzynski, please read out previously published articles:
- Outrageous New Attack on Dr. Burzynski (November 2011)
- An Update on Dr. Burzynski in Neighboring Texas (February 2012)
- Texas Medical Board’s Lawsuit against CAM Cancer Pioneer Dismissed!! (November 2012)