In yet another example of state-sponsored child abuse, the parents of Oshin Kiszko, a six-year-old boy from Perth, Australia, who is fighting a brain tumor, have been forced by a court to enroll him in toxic chemotherapy treatment. With the young boy’s mother stating that the legal enforcing of the dangerous drugs on her son “almost feels like Nazi Germany”, and a family friend reported as saying of her that she had made “an informed decision that there are better options available elsewhere”, it is clear that awareness of the facts about this brutal form of treatment is rapidly reaching all corners of the globe.
Describing chemotherapy as “too harsh” and “too damaging”, Oshin’s parents say they found it “horrific” to watch his first week of treatment with the drugs. Appearing on 60 Minutes, an Australian current affairs TV program, Oshin’s mother, Angela Kiszko, insisted that it “just doesn’t make sense” to give her son treatments – chemotherapy and radiotherapy – that themselves are carcinogenic. Instead, she wants to pursue alternative approaches for him.
Unknown to millions of cancer patients who submit to chemotherapy and radiotherapy every year, far from being the cures they are essentially presented as, such treatments intoxicate the body to such an enormous extent that they can actually cause new cancers to develop. Describing what children experience when undergoing these therapies as “toxic hell”, Ms Kiszko said that when researching them she was “horrified” by the effects they have on the body. In fact, the chemicals used in chemotherapy are so toxic that they are still dangerous to other people even after they have been excreted by the patient in the form of sweat, urine, stool, tears, semen, or vaginal fluid. The people at particular risk from such contamination include family members, caregivers and literally anyone touching a chemotherapy patient.
In her statements to the media, Angela Kiszko’s linking of chemotherapy to Nazi Germany is particularly apt. In deadly medical experiments conducted during WWII, the IG Farben companies Bayer and Hoechst forcibly tested their patented drugs on thousands of inmates of the Auschwitz concentration camp. Chemicals used in these tests later went on to become the first generation of chemotherapy drugs, eventually making tens of billions of dollars a year for their manufacturers.
To the managers of I.G. Farben, it didn’t matter that these substances had a high toxicity and risk of serious side effects, including death, as Auschwitz provided them with an almost endless supply of victims. Notably, therefore, in a chilling parallel to these experiments, the growing worldwide incidence of cancer today provides the modern-day pharmaceutical industry with a highly profitable supply of around 14 million new cancer victims every year. Drug companies have no intention of curing these patients, as they benefit financially from them through sales of oncology drugs that now exceed 70 billion dollars annually.
Our Foundation has long witnessed the lengths to which legal and medical stakeholders of the pharmaceutical industry will go in order to prevent parents from accessing scientifically-proven natural cancer treatments for their children. In this respect, we are particularly mindful of the case history of a young German boy, Dominik Feld, who received a diagnosis of bone cancer in September 2002.
Following his diagnosis Dominik began receiving chemotherapy treatment. By May 2003, however, he was suffering severe side effects due to the highly toxic nature of the drugs he was being given and, weighing only 16 kilos, was already fighting for his life. His parents therefore took the decision to stop the chemotherapy and, after looking into alternative treatments, came across Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine approach to cancer. After carefully studying the scientific facts about Cellular Medicine they decided to start their son on it.
By September 2003, after only four months following the Cellular Medicine approach, Dominik was well enough to return to school. For the legal and medical stakeholders of the pharmaceutical industry, however, the threat this posed to the multibillion-dollar chemotherapy business was unacceptable. As a result, the next 14 months of Dominik’s life involved a district court withdrawing from his parents their right of care for him; the denial of vital medical care to him after surgery following a sporting accident; the insistence by pharmaceutical medicine that he still had cancer; and numerous clinical and medical errors in the treatment he was then given. This all greatly diminished Dominik’s health and ultimately led to his death in November 2004.
Our Foundation’s commitment to the memory of Dominik is that he did not die in vain. To the contrary, his battle against cancer helped prepare the way for a new era in scientifically-based natural medicine, in which a diagnosis of cancer will no longer be seen as a death sentence. Dominik’s parents – as well as those of Oshin Kiszko, and all others who want to pursue safe and effective alternative cancer treatment approaches for their children – are on the side of truth. Ultimately it is the scientific facts, not the pharmaceutical ‘business with disease’, that will prevail.