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Dr Trevor Powles of Britain's Royal Marsden Hospital, cancer specialist who is conducting the trials said in defence of his experiments:
At the conclusion of the documentary the local presenter said: "There are no plans to do the trials in New Zealand"; upon which he made the following electrifying statement:
Thus New Zealand women are openly being experimented upon with a drug which increases a risk of bloodclots and cancer of the lining of the uterus, and is suspected of increasing risk of liver cancer and abdominal tumours and the promotion of new cancers!
This experiment reveals three facts of which there is no doubt:
Breast eradication...to benefit the nation!
Breast cancer could be eradicated by doctors carrying out mastectomies on healthy women, a leading British doctor suggests in the British Medical Journal.
.. says James Drife, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Leeds General Infirmary.
Drife admits the surgery sounds "shocking" and describes the operation as the removal of a "redundant gland and a pad of fat."
He says the operation is not widespread because both men and women see mastectomy as "unacceptably mutilating".
People think breasts have an "emotional importance", he says. Women irrationally often want to keep their breasts even when they turn malignant, as they are symbols of sexuality.
NZ Herald 29.4.92
Animal Research Takes Lives - Humans and Animals Both Suffer reveals the following about human experiments:
That in the 1950s Thalidomide was tested on hundreds of children, some less than a year old. That the parents were not asked for their permission, neither were they informed of the trials. Half were brain-damaged. Some had circulatory collapse. Chemie Grunenthal, aware of the danger, marketed the drug for six years before removing it from the market.
That in 1951 the drug company Hoechst used children in experimental trials of Spirocid for congenital syphilis. Some were brain-damaged resulting in permanent severe destruction of the nervous system. Though the drug was confirmed as the factor causing the damage the company continued to dispense and sell it for a further eight years - even recommending it "to be taken twice daily as a tonic".
That the U.S. Government funded a vivisection programme in Finland headed by an American vivisector Dr Peter Adam, under whose jurisdiction living fetuses were experimented on.
Asked to explain the horror Dr Kekomaki said...
(Courtesy Hans Ruesch in Naked Empress.)
That tens of thousands of healthy patients, including many children, have been prescribed more than 150 experimental cancer drugs, many of which:
Of these experiments Prof. Croce writes:
That the New Zealand Government, fully aware that the injectable contraceptive Depo-Provera was banned in the USA for causing cancer of the breast and uterus, loss of bone density and anaphylacsis (an allergic reaction which causes patients to stop breathing), allowed over 20,000 women a year, for years on end, a massive proportion of the population, to be used in trials, many without their consent or knowledge. (At the Upjohn enquiry into the tragedy of Depo-Provera the company admitted it was using New Zealand women as test subjects.)
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