You Need to watch the Movie Second Opinion – I’m not kidding

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You need to watch the movie Second Opinion

In my quest to learn all I can about integrative cancer treatments, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Ralph Moss on Friday to learn about hyperthermia (the use of extreme heat to kill cancer cells) and how it’s applied in Germany.

In February 2015, I’m super happy to learn that I will be sharing the stage lecturing  with Dr. Moss at this integrative cancer treatment conference. What’s the big deal with Ralph Moss?


A little on Ralph Moss

Ralph W. Moss, PhD, has is one of the world’s experts on conventional and alternative treatments for cancer for over 35 years. Dr. Moss was the former science writer and assistant director of public affairs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York (1974-1977).

Later, Dr. Moss became founding advisor to the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Alternative Medicine (now the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, NCCAM) and to the NIH Cancer Advisory Panel on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAP-CAM).

While at Sloan (MSKCC), currently ranked number two cancer hospital in the United States, Moss took part in exposing the hospital of a cover-up of positive results with the use of a natural substance called laetrile ( a chemical found in apricot seeds). He was then ordered by the powers that be at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) to falsify reports of the positive results of laetrile. Disgusted with such orders at MSKCC, Dr. Moss began an underground employee newsletter named Second Opinion to oppose such cover-up.

This latest film, Second Opinion,  is a movie / documentary on such cover-up and a displays , with evidence, many of the occurrences Dr. Moss witnessed back in the day.

If you have 75 minutes available to you watch this film do so.  You won’t regret it.

Here’s the trailer, Enjoy!


Click HERE for the website

Also, here opening dates in major cities:

Opening New York City: 8/29-9/4 (daily)
Los Angeles: 9/5-9/11 (daily)
San Fran/Bay area: 9/12-18 (daily)
Portland 9/19-9/25 (daily)
Seattle 9/19-9/25 (daily)
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by Dr. Geo

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  • Rosa ,

    “Dr. Moss” has a doctorate in classics, not in any scientific discipline. Just something to consider…

    • Hi Rosa, Dr. Moss’ PhD is not a well-kept secret. There’s a whole section on his education–and his transition from the humanities to science– in Doctored Results at his website. He also state on his bio, that his degree is in Classics from Stanford (now the #1 rated Classics Department in the USA).

      Lastly, Dr. Moss is a science writer. for the most part, half the science writers in America have some sort of humanities background. I actually think this is an advantage, since they are writing for the general public, and people with a scientific background have a tendency to write over peoples’ heads and in jargon.

      It is beneficial for science writers to have a strong background in research, broadly conceived, experience in dealing with scientists and interpreting technicalities for the lay public, and an intense interest in science.

      A medical degree, or a PhD in a scientific discipline is not a precondition for writing about these fields.

      I hope this helps improve understanding on Dr. Moss’ background of whom’ expertise in cancer I trust.


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