I then found the venus flytrap page of the American Cancer Society
, which states that in 1985, a German oncologist named Helmut Keller
who invented Carnivora
in the 1970s (and who holds the patented on it) did a study involving 210 people with various types of cancer.
noted that 56% of peopled treated with the Carnivora extract experienced either a remission or stabilization of their tumors.
Why didn't Dr. Keller
To be fair, I'm actually disappointed that the American Cancer Society
did not attempt to replicate this study.
Even though I can't find it, they did say the study was published, so I assume they have read it.
What's up with that that ACS?
If anyone can show me the published study of Dr. Keller
, I'll be happy to update this review.
While it has a couple of graphs, the document appears for the part, to be a letter dated February 13 1995, written by someone (who, I don't know) to Dr. Helmut Keller
When I read this study, I noticed that it never mentions the name Carnivora or the name of Dr. Helmut Keller, the creator of Carnivora.
We agree that this study was not peer reviewed since it was commissioned and paid for by Dr. Helmut Keller
himself (the developer in Europe) who ended up getting thrown out of Germany eventually because he
was curing too many people WITHOUT THE PEER REVIEWED CROSSOVER DOUBLE BLIND CLINICAL STUDIES THAT ARE THE RAGE IN THE UNITED STATES AND ELSEWHERE.
Helmut Keller, the former owner of Carnivora Research (Forschungs), had taken Dr. Neiper to court in Germany for several infringements and violations and subsequently prevailed in a German court of Law against Neiper.
You also cite what is essentially the Galileo defence in that Keller
was thrown out of Germany because he
was "curing too many people (presumably of cancer) without the peer-reviewed cross-over double blind clinical studies that are the rage in the United States and elsewhere.