The persecution and trial of Gaston Naessens by Christopher Bird

By Christopher Bird

Naessens, a French-born scientist established in Canada, constructed a debatable substance known as 714-X, which a few say is remarkably powerful opposed to melanoma and immune method problems. This book's actual concentration is on his criminal problems; Naessens joins the ranks of Gerson, Hoxey, and others whose replacement remedies ended in clinical ostracism. poultry has investigated his tale good, yet for the reason that he's a real believer, it truly is demanding for the reader to get a balanced view. yet topic collections on replacement or unproven tools, specifically for melanoma or AIDS, may still gather this.
- Judith Eannarino, Washington, D.C.
Copyright 1991 Reed company info, Inc.

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Among many letters in Naessens's defense that were pouring in to the Route de l'Église office of Gil Rémillard, Québec's minister of justice, was one signed by Renaud Vignal, who, before his 1987 appointment as French ambassador to the Seychelles, had served for three years as his country's consul general in Québec. Vignal wrote that he had been profoundly shocked to learn that "a man whom my wife, Anne, and I hold in highest esteem," had been detained and was under criminal investigation. Vignal explained to Remillard that, in 1984, his wife had undergone an examination to determine why she had not been able to have a baby.

There are unfamiliar diphthongs that have a weird ring: chaise (chair), for instance, comes out as "sha-ezz," as if it were two syllables, instead of "shehzz" as in France. " From the very outset, it might seem that not one but two trials were taking place or, more specifically, that the Crown prosecutor and his adversary were fighting, the one on a narrow fencing ground with an épée, against a single, and less skilled, opponent, the other in a vast arena with a mace, against a small legion of veteran soldiers.

Brown was author of a book entitled AIDS, Cancer and the Medical Establishment (New York: Robert Speller, 1986), the first publication to print micrographs of what Naessens had discovered. In a soft Virginian drawl, Brown declared that he was truly convinced that Naessens, whose work he had been following since 1975, was a genius. He specifically referred to the case of one of his own patients, whom he had most successfully treated with 714-X for a cancer of the pancreas that had proved unamenable to any other form of treatment.

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