This 1994 letter of response from MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, to my first letter to them, is much
cherished. It is the most detailed of all responses we got.
(We had written to all 10 Comprehensive Cancer Centers of the time. Other such large centers like Memorial
Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston did not bother to reply. Then
or to my subsequent letters.)
At the end of the letter, it was stated that they “will keep the material on file should opportunities arise
to study the effects of electric currents on regression of tumors.” This was more than 25 years ago but
that “opportunity” has yet to come.
A year and a half later, when Dr. M. A. Herbert, the scientist who reported the remarkable results with
cancer electrotherapy in 1985 was willing to collaborate with me, I asked MD Anderson Cancer Center for a
grant of $100,000, citing their own letter; they did not send any formal response, only a hand-scribbled
negative note by a secretary.
I wrote to them each time my scientific publications about cancer electrotherapy came out, in 1997 and 2014.
They have ignored those letters, very much like rest of the cancer establishment.
It is noteworthy that in their commercials, they say, “At MD Anderson… there is nothing – and we mean nothing
– we won’t do in making cancer history.” A more complete and honest statement would include this addendum:
‘-- as long as we make as much, or more money.’
They, like other cancer institutions of the world, have no interest in offering a non-toxic and effective
treatment for cancer -- because it will not bring big bucks.