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Original message: On March 8th, an anonymous person wrote an informative post claiming that "There is no credible scientific or clinical evidence to support Stanislaw Burzynski's therapies....Even the FDA has issued sanctions against him – the latest warning letter was issued on October 18, 2012, ordering him to immediately cease making false promotional claims about the safety and efficacy of his antineoplaston therapy...." CPT12's response provided a link to the FDA letter, acknowledging the contents of the letter. This post and response do not appear to be on the CPT12 website now. Little wonder. Much like the Burzynski film, CPT12's staff has also made claims of efficacy of an experimental drug (e.g. "Antineoplaston therapy has had significant success rates with terminal brain cancer patients and especially in children") AND CPT12 has profited by this misleading promotion. Would this not be similar to the activity that the FDA warned in its 10/18/12 letter is verboten?
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