Moss has written the book, Questioning
Chemotherapy, which documents
the ineffectiveness of chemotherapy in treating
most cancers. On November 19, 1977, he was
fired for telling the public the truth.
At a press conference on November 18th,
he and the Second Opinion working group
released a well-documented 48-page report
that stated the top officials of the Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center had lied about
the results of a study performed at the
center regarding "Laetrile" --
(a natural, alternative cancer treatment).
has gained credibility by writing eight
books, including his most recent work, Cancer
Therapy: The Independent Consumer's Guide
to Non-Toxic Treatment. He also wrote The
Cancer Industry, a documented research work
telling of the enormous financial and political
corruption in the "cancer establishment".
He indicates that the motivating forces
in cancer research and treatment are often
power and money, and not the cure of cancer
patients. He also writes, The Cancer Chronicles,
a newsletter reporting on new cancer treatments
and preventive measures.
work documents the ineffectiveness of chemotherapy
on most forms of cancer. However, he is
fair in pointing out that there are the
following exceptions: Acute Lymphocytic
leukemia, Hodgkin's disease, and nonseminomatous
testicular cancer. Also, a few very rare
forms of cancer, including choriocarcinoma,
Wilm's tumor, and retinoblastoma. But all
of these account for only 2% to 4% of all
cancers occurring in the United States.
This leaves some 96% to 98% of other cancers,
in which chemotherapy doesn't eliminate
the disease. The vast majority of cancers,
such as breast, colon, and lung cancer are
barely touched by chemotherapy. However,
there is another category where chemotherapy
has a relatively minor effect -- The most
"successful" of these is in Stage
3 ovarian cancer, where chemotherapy appears
to extend life by perhaps eighteen months,
and small-cell lung cancer in which chemotherapy
might offer six more months.