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American Academy of Dermatology: "Beware of Black Salve."
American Cancer Society: "Positive Attitudes," "The Truth About Alternative Medical Treatments."
American Cancer Society Complete Guide to Complementary & Alternative Therapies, American Cancer Society, 2009.
American Institute for Cancer Research: "Alkaline Diets."
Cancer Metabolism: "Warburg Effect(s) — A Biographical Sketch of Otto Warburg and His Impacts on Tumor Metabolism."
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine: "A Review of Black Salve: Cancer Specificity, Cure, and Cosmesis."
Explore (NY): "A Double-Blind, Randomized Study to Assess the Validity of Applied Kinesiology as a Diagnostic Tool and as a Nonlocal Proximity Effect."
Canadian Society of Intestinal Research (GI Society): "Oxygen Therapies."
JAMA Oncology: "Complementary Medicine, Refusal of Conventional Cancer Therapy, and Survival Among Patients With Curable Cancers."
Johns Hopkins Medicine: "Herbal Medicine."
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: "Fatal Cesium Chloride Toxicity After Alternative Cancer Treatment.
Mayo Clinic: "High-dose vitamin C: Can it kill cancer cells?" "Cancer Treatment Myths: Any Truth to These Common Beliefs?" "Is Colon Cleansing a Good Way to Eliminate Toxins from Your Body?"
National Cancer Institute: "Aromatherapy with Essential Oils," "Common Cancer Myths and Misconceptions," "Gerson Therapy," "High-Dose Vitamin C."
National Council Against Health Fraud: "Cancer Quackery."
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: "Essential Oils."
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: "Amygdalin," "Cesium Chloride," "Gerson Regimen," "The Truth Behind Three Natural Cancer 'Cures,'" "Vitamin C."
FDA: "Maximum Acceptable Level of Ozone."
MD Anderson Cancer Center: "Alkaline Diet: What Cancer Patients Should Know."
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