Click to enlargeThe Politics 
of Cancer Therapy

A lecture by G. Edward Griffin.

This is the story of how the pharmaceutical industry, using the power of tax-exempt foundations, was able to gain control over the nation's medical schools and, eventually, over the medical profession. It explains why surgery, drugs, and radiation have become the treatment of choice for cancer, and why non-drug alternatives are often branded as quackery. 60 min.

This program also is in Volume III of the Audio Archives.

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