Re: [MOL] Re: [MOReply To Ken ! [01606] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Re: [MOReply To Ken !

First of all I'd like to say that your comments to a person who does more in 
support of cancer patients than you could even dream of was not appreciated 
by any on this site! And I also have visited your site and can't help but 
share Lillian's concerns and opinions.
Considering the differing qualities of most cancers, your contention that 
the sap from one plant can cure so many, and potentially all, cancers 
appears to me to be highly unlikely. Also, while there is often frustration 
with delays and higher costs due to patents, if we were to eliminate them 
what would be the incentive for these companies to devote huge amounts of 
money to research? I'm not nor is Lillian a proponent for the drug industry 
but we are realists, which you do not appear to be.
I think you would do better peddling your wares to the less enlightened; 
there are always those desperate enough to try anything.
You'll find no takers here,

>From: "Don Ross" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: [MOL] Re: [MOReply To Ken !
>Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 09:06:53 +1000
>  I received your message and am devastated. With no evidence to support 
>your comments, you accuse me of being : *an advertiser, * a pretender, * 
>being sinful, * an old fashioned medicine man. The facts are: * I have 
>tried the treatment the site offers (, on my squamous cell 
>carcinomas(skin cancers) and it works just the way they describe! Are you 
>trying to stop people being helped? I discussed your reply with friends ( 
>two of whom tried my sample, again with 100% results), and they believe you 
>work for the cancer industry. Is this true?----- Original Message -----
>   From: Lillian
>   To:
>   Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2000 4:44 AM
>   Subject: [MOL] Re: [MOReply To Ken !
>   I rarely write to an advertiser, have no time for them.  Yet, yours 
>really riled me.  You pretend to be a patient with a cure for cancer, 
>playing on the heart strings of desperate people.  How sinful.  Then when 
>one goes to the site thy claim this is the cure all and we know no one 
>thing can be a cure all.  That's the old fashion Medicine Man, is that you? 
>  I have forwarded your name to our list master for removal. Kindly do not 
>e-mail this forum again.  lillian

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