The Doctor Who Cures Cancer
The Story of Emanuel Revici, M.D.
His medical breakthroughs, innovative treatments, and struggle for recognition.
by William Kelley Eidem
“I liked your book on Dr. Revici so much that I am ordering two more copies in paperback from Cafe Press to give to friends that have loved ones with cancer.”
Ben Griffin, a reader from Texas
Suppressed for over 60 years, this dangerously cheap cure for cancer now comes to light…
Do You Know Which Supplements
Can Shrink Your Tumor…
And Which Ones Will Grow It Faster?
(See Chapter 33)
Discover the Remarkable Genius Of Dr. Emanuel Revici
And How His Revolutionary Cure For Cancer Has Given
New Hope To Cancer Victims—Even Those With Advanced
Stage IV Cancer…
“YOU’RE A DEAD MAN!”
His doctor told him. But in a desperate search with just weeks to live, Dr. Robert Fishbein, M.D. found the only doctor who could save his life–but it would cost him his career…
“Genius is seeing what everyone else sees
and thinking what no one else thinks.
Revici is a genius.”
Dr. Robert Fishbein, M.D.
Cured of terminal brain cancer by Dr. Revici.
(Still alive after 45 years!)
“There was Hippocrates, there was Galen,
and then there was Paracelsus.
He [Dr. Revici] is among them.”
Professor Gerhard Schrauzer
Editor, Biological Element Trace Research
FROM: William “Kelley” Eidem, researcher and author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer, and other books.
TO: Every person on the planet who is appalled by the cancer holocaust and “modern” medicine’s failure to stop it.
Dear Fellow Human Being:
It could be the plot to a Hollywood thriller.
Medical genius discovers the cure to cancer… but greed and professional jealousies conspire to sweep it under the rug.
Sound a little far-fetched?
“Dr. Emanuel Revici is the Louis Pasteur of our time–brilliant, innovative, compassionate, and always at the vanguard of applied research.”
Gary Null, Ph.D.
Author, Radio Talk-Show Host
Well, I hate to say it… but in this case, truth is stranger than fiction. The sad part is, this medical treachery worked… and for nearly 60 years!
As you’ll discover in The Doctor Who Cures Cancer, key players in the medical establishment have actively suppressed Dr. Revici’s work. And in the process sentenced millions of cancer victims to a preventable early grave.
I’m here to blow the whistle. But more than that… I’m here to offer hope.
If you or someone you love has cancer, you’re going to thank your lucky stars you found this page… because… in an age of failed medicine, there’s one cancer treatment that’s had remarkable success for more than 60 years.
And you’ll never hear about it from your doctor. In fact, I discovered it by pure accident! Which is why I just had to write this book.
It all started a few years ago as I was doing some research for an op-ed article I was writing for the Washington Post…
A U.S. Congressman Put Me On The Trail
Rep. Peter Defazio of Oregon was sitting across from me as I was interviewing him in his Congressional office.
He told me about a Senate hearing on alternative cancer treatments, which sounded interesting enough to dig up the transcripts and scan through them.
That’s when I learned about little Issy, a four-year-old cancer patient.
Vernon Morin, Issy’s father, had testified of her remarkable turn-around under the care of one Dr. Emanuel Revici. And I was so moved by her story I felt compelled to look up Vernon and interview him personally…
He told me about the flock of whitecoats who gathered around a conference table to inform him and his wife that their daughter had maybe three weeks left to live. And that she would certainly die in pain.
Dr. Revici’s name was mud in the medical community. But in desperation, and against the adamant advice of their doctors, they took her to see him, and—
Issy’s pain vanished within 48 hours!
What’s more, she was alive and well months later, back to being a normal little girl. Her grapefruit sized tumor had shrunk down to a golf ball.
“Kelley Eidem has mastered the art of reporting the life and achievements of an extraordinary phenomenon and pioneer in cancer treatment.”
Dr. A. A. Salman, PhD.
Except her battle wasn’t over.
Because before she came under Dr. Revici’s care, her kidneys had been ravaged from chemotherapy. You can read about what happened next in the “Prologue” to The Doctor Who Cures Cancer, which appears below.
After three emotional hours on the phone with Vernon, he gave me the number to Dr. Revici’s clinic. And as I was poring over the stack of material the clinic had sent me, it suddenly hit me like a ton of bricks—
“This is no op-ed newspaper article… It’s a whole book!”
A Cancer Miracle
In 1938-39, Dr. Revici, while working as a cancer researcher at the Pastuer Institute in Paris, reverses the cancer of the wife of an advisor to the President of France. He is offered the French Legion of Honor, which he refused. It’s the first of two Legions of Honor he declined.
So for the next two years, this story would dominate my life as I researched and wrote The Doctor Who Cures Cancer. I uncovered case after case of cancer patients who were knocking on death’s door but were brought back from the brink by Dr. Revici’s revolutionary treatments.
Yet he’d been branded a “quack” and a “huckster” by the mainstream medical establishment.
I just had to know. Whatever it was, I knew the truth had to get out. I knew millions of lives were at stake, and if I didn’t tell this story, who would?
Prologue from The Doctor Who Cures Cancer
“You requested that I look into Dr. Revici’s treatment of cancer. This I did, and find it far beyond my wildest expectations…. His results are amazing…”
– Louis E. Burns, M.D., 1955
“We can cure this disease if we can get a national effort behind it.”
– Sam Donaldson, ABC News, 1996
Two weeks before little Issy was taken to see Emanuel Revici, M.D., her doctors at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) had estimated she had two or three weeks left to live.
Five-hundred-thousand dollars of prior medical treatments had not cured her because a grapefruit-sized tumor pressed against the four-year-old’s large intestine and liver. Meanwhile, the malignant growth had sprouted a six-foot predatory spider leg that wrapped itself around her spine. In addition, one of her chemotherapy sessions at CHOP had injured her kidneys and bladder, according to her father, Vernon Morin.
The Morins were cautioned by Issy’s doctors that their daughter would probably die a painful death, although they would prescribe some narcotics to try to reduce her pain. The only “good” news they had to offer was that the end would come quickly.
Her parents would not give up, however. Two days after starting Dr. Revici’s treatment, Issy’s pain disappeared, so she no longer needed any pain killers. The first office visit cost less than $200. The medicine was free.
Issy spent that summer playing and swimming in the river behind her parent’s home. As her treatment continued, she gained weight, began to grow, returned to preschool, and started ballet classes. Her sweet and playful disposition returned as well.
After nine months of Revici’s care, Issy’s grapefruit-sized tumor was smaller than a golf ball. The dangerous spider leg was dead. Where tests had previously shown 98% cancer cells in her peripheral blood, now there were none.
Meanwhile—when no one else could help Issy Morin—the state of New York yanked Dr. Revici’s medical license.
Nor was Issy’s battle over. The long-term effects of her kidney damage caused her to go into shock. But the people who said Issy would only last a few weeks had not referred her to a kidney specialist. Issy could overcome the cancer, but like Revici, she was no match for the medical establishment. Five months after her first coma, Issy surrendered for the last time.
Was it just luck that caused Issy’s tumor to shrink so much? Why did the invasive spider leg shrivel up and go away? Well, consider that the 100-year-old Dr. Revici has had six decades of success with cancer patients who have benefited from his discoveries. Those patients were just as lucky and just as spontaneously healed as little Issy, for Dr. Revici is the doctor who cures cancer.
More than thirty years ago, Dr. John Heller, who was then the medical director of Sloan-Kettering Memorial Cancer Center, privately said of Dr. Revici, “I’ve known him for ten years. I don’t know how he does it, but people walk in dead and walk out alive.” This is the story of that man and his many lucky patients, and of a medical establishment that has fought him every step of the way.
Who is Dr. Revici, what has he discovered, and why do his patients consider him to be a miracle worker? Furthermore, how did the forces of conventional medicine stop him from helping the vulnerable Issies of the world?
Perhaps more importantly, what do Revici’s discoveries mean for the future of cancer treatment and other conditions, such as AIDS and drug addiction, and how can we personally benefit from his work? The answers to those questions—and more—start with an exploding ambulance.