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The Cancer Cure That Worked!: Fifty Years of Suppression

The Cancer Cure That Worked Fifty Years of Suppression A detailed account of Rife s inventions and discoveries is the subject of The Cancer Cure That Worked This startling book documents events from to the time of Rife s death in Rife was an opt

  • Title: The Cancer Cure That Worked!: Fifty Years of Suppression
  • Author: Barry Lynes
  • ISBN: 9780919951303
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A detailed account of Rife s inventions and discoveries is the subject of The Cancer Cure That Worked This startling book documents events from 1913 to the time of Rife s death in 1972 Rife was an optical engineer and technician of great skill.

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    1 thought on “The Cancer Cure That Worked!: Fifty Years of Suppression

    1. Royal Raymond Rife's purported dual inventions of a powerful optical microscope and synchronized RF (radio frequency) devices that can destroy microorganisms in vivo as well as cure some cancers had a significant cadre of physicians and other healthcare practitioners who were using the equipment in the 30s, 40s, and 50s. Incredible claims of success and support by credible observers and practitioners should not and should never be casually dismissed. But the story told by Barry Lynes in The Canc [...]

    2. While each story labeled "conspiracy" should be safeguarded and shared, most get scutinized to dust and often become adjectives for the "current" talking points memoHere we have a book Mr Lynes didn't have to write! He could have been out on the Golf Course but for some reason he choose to devote a huge part of his life to this tribute to truth :::

    3. A story that deserves to be told, but it mostly felt tedious reading this. It's tedious by necessity I suppose. This does interest me in looking into more writings about corrupt and immoral health, drug, and medical agencies though.

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