worldwithoutcancer.uk does not promote laetrile, nor any of the products mentioned herein, as a cure for cancer. All of the products we mention are regarded metabolic agents or vitamins used in nutritional therapy and prevention. Our information, as well as success stories, comes from journals and letters written by medical doctors and people who have used metabolic therapy and who wish to share their experiences with others. It is important to realise that one must exercise caution in evaluating them. We share them with you, not to suggest that you will have the same experiences as the authors, but because we feel you have a right to make your own evaluation.

Government agencies would rather we withhold these stories from the public because, allegedly, they constitute “unproven medical claims”. However, as stated previously, the only claims we make are that this information is authentic and that the people who wrote them are real. Truth is not truth unless it is the “whole” truth, and these health success stories and scientific studies are just as much a part of the truth as any success story or scientific study experienced by orthodox medicine. Free men and women are entitled to have access to “all” the information available so they can make intelligent and informed choices in matters of their own health. Therefore, we are sharing these success stories as an exercise of our right to freedom-of-speech and your right to freedom-of-information.

The information contained in this web-site is intended for educational purposes only. All the products mentioned in this web-site are intended solely as food and dietary supplements to enhance general health and to reinforce the body’s own defence mechanisms against disease. Please be informed that by providing you with this information we do not attempt to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. You should not construe anything in this web-site to be medical advice regarding any specific disorder. Before applying any therapy or product to your health problem, you may want to seek the advice from a health care professional. Most of this information does not carry the approval of organised medicine. In the U.S., The Food and Drug Administration, the American Cancer Society, and the American Medical Association have labelled it “fraud” and “quackery”.

Should you wish to seek the advice of a metabolic (nutritional) doctor from the OASIS of Hope Hospital in Mexico, feel free to contact us for assistance.

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