Cancer and Autism: Mysterious Deaths of Alternative Health Doctors Who Have Real Cures Not Approved by the FDA
Is America’s Medical Mafia Murdering Alternative Physicians
Exploring possible autism and cancer links may have cost two globally recognized researchers their lives.
According to law enforcement, on June 19, 2015, Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet shot himself in the chest — with a shotgun — while sitting in the midst of Rock Broad River in Chimney Rock, North Carolina. Three days earlier, his Georgia clinic was searched by Food and Drug Administration agents working with Peach State law enforcement agencies. The cops were specifically looking for any information Bradstreet had about using GcMAF with autistic sufferers in his facility.
Bradstreet, an autism specialist, was a pathfinder in his research into alternate autism treatments. His passion could have cost him his life.
Bradstreet’s supporters believe the physician was ready to explain publicly one of key cancer and autism causes. Opponents of the suicide theory believe Bradstreet was upset over the government-sponsored raid on his clinic that he got depressed and took his life. The truth may never be clear.
Bradstreet, a graduate of the USF College of Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, didn’t live long enough to finish his research.
Human GcMAF has been studied since 1990. Researchers have found promising results of the substance in treating cancer, autism, chronic fatigue and Parkinson’s. Almost 60 scientific manuscripts have been promulgated, 20 of which deal with cancer treatment. Forty-six of the papers can be found through the GcMAF website.
GcMAF is a protein created by modifying Vitamin D-binding protein. Proponents claim it is an immunomodulatory protein that comes with antitumor properties as it improves the immune system.
GcMAF is inhibited by a protein called alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase, nagalase. Nagalase is produced by cancer cells and viruses. When someone has cancer, nagalase levels increase and are measurable. As nagalase blocks GcMAF production, macrophages are still ever-present, but in hibernation. The blocking maneuver results in cancer and viral infections going unchecked.
On July 21, 2015, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez died. A cardiac arrest was listed as the authoritative reason, and the autopsy results have never been publicized.
Gonzalez, an otherwise physically sound man who appreciated how dietary attention could be beneficial in reversing and curing disease, may not have died from a ‘spontaneous occurrence.’ It may have been triggered by some extraneous intrusion, New York Internist Dr. Gafanovich argues.
Gonzalez’s widow, Mary Beth Gonzalez, founded ‘The Nicholas Gonzalez Foundation‘ to preserve and promote Gonzalez’s work.
Nagalase a Vaccine Ingredient?
Bradstreet and other researchers began to comprehend that nagalase is launched into the organs of individuals receiving vaccinations. Bradstreet also knew different people react differently. While a small percentage do not endure immunosuppressive symptoms, others, the majority, do.
It was this research which both Bradstreet and Gonzalez were primed to explain publicly shortly before their deaths.
The reasons for Bradstreet’s and Gonzalez’s deaths may be coincidental, but many observers feel the public has not been shown the facts and there is a link connecting their untimely deaths and research.
According to Erin Elizabeth in Health Nut News some alternative health physicians have been discovered deceased, and others have disappeared. While websites have started to pull together a picture that all of the deaths and disappearances have been a coincidence, it is difficult to assess. News about the physician’s work and fatalities has largely been obliterated.
The events do create the image that alternative health care professionals and their clients have entered a new age of uneasiness. Death may be a real outcome for anyone daring to speak out in opposition to BigPharma.