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You Don't Have to
Die, by Harry Hoxsey, Milestone Books (New York), 1956. Out of print; check your
The Cancer Survivors and How They Did It, by Judith Glassman (see Appendix A for description).
"Does Mildred Nelson Have an Herbal Cure for Cancer?"
Peter Barry Chowka, Whole Life Times, January-February 1984.
"The Troubling Case of Harry Hoxsey,"
Ken Ausubel, New Age Journal, July-August 1988.
Healing Becomes a Crime
(originally entitled Hoxsey: Quacks Who Cure Cancer?), 1987.
Ninety-six minutes. An excellent, very moving documentary on the Hoxsey therapy, covering its history, the Bio-Medical Center, and the politics and economics of cancer. Produced and directed by Ken Ausubel and co-produced by Catherine Salveson, R.N., it premiered at the Margaret Mead Film Festival in New York and was shown on cable television. Available from Realidad Productions (P.O. Box 1644, Santa Fe, NM 87504; 505-989-8575).
For further information on Hoxsey therapy and details on treatment:
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