Sayer Ji is the founder and editor-in-chief of GreenMedInfo.com, the world's largest open access and evidence-based natural medical database. His work has been published widely on the web and in print and he has recently co-authored the book Cancer Killers with New York Times best-selling author Dr. Ben Lerner, and Dr. Charles Majors.
Tony Isaacs, host of The Best Years in Life, interviewed Sayer Ji on June 27th, 2012. In this hour long discussion the following topics are covered:
- The founder's inspiration behind GreenMedInfo.com
- The national treasure known as MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic citation database on biomedical and life sciences research, constituting over 21 million study abstracts.
- The FDA's drug approval process which wrongfully denies the value of natural substances in the prevention and treatment of disease and makes it illegal to speak truthfully about their value
- Why all patented chemical drugs cause unintended, adverse health effects within the human body
- Why evidence-based medicine -- even evidence-based natural medicine -- has profound limitations; i.e., lack of evidence is not necessarily evidence of lack. The "gold standard": those who own the gold make the standard
- There are over a million studies supporting natural medicine that have been suppressed and/or buried, and how this research was funded.
- The petrochemical origin of most pharmaceutical drugs. Why side effects are repackaged as "therapeutic" actions.
- How the increasing prevalence of drug resistant pathogens and diseases are revealing why ancient, plant-based medicine will once again regain dominance out of necessity.
- Why cancer stem cell theory will help to liberate our understanding of why conventional cancer treatment fails, and why natural compounds perform better than synthetic compounds.
- Why some "cancers" are not malignant, e.g. most cases of non-symptomatic ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), but are driven into malignancy by conventional treatment.
- The pseudo-scientific underpinning of vaccinology and its antibody theory.
- AND MORE...