Cancer, Enzymes and Trophoblasts
The Legacy of John Beard, DSc

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By Ralph W. Moss, PhD
Format: PDF File | 102 pages | Publication date: 2009

In the dawn of the 20th century, the pioneering journey into enzyme therapy for cancer was led by a visionary scientist, John Beard, DSc (1858-1924). His relentless pursuit, especially from 1905 to 1911, alongside his colleagues, sought to revolutionize cancer treatment. However, despite sparking a global curiosity, Beard’s pioneering work did not gain lasting recognition at the time.

The torch of this innovative research was carried forward throughout the 20th century by a lineage of dedicated American scientists. Today, this approach has gained traction globally, particularly in central Europe and India. Among practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), the use of pancreatic enzymes is not just an adjunct in cancer treatment, but also an established method to reduce inflammation and alleviate the harsh effects of conventional cytotoxic therapies. This historical journey from obscurity to a recognized form of therapy underscores the enduring quest for innovative cancer treatments and the potential of enzyme therapy in the modern medical landscape.

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