My latest documentary, “Second Opinion: Laetrile At Sloan-Kettering” will be opening up theatrically this summer in as many as 8 cities to start.
Ralph W. Moss, PhD, the hero of this story recently participated in an outstanding interview with NPR affiliate WPSU at Penn State.
America’s War on Cancer began in the early 1970s and New York’s Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center was the research institution leading the charge. According to a new book, and documentary, the Center wasn’t always truthful with the American public. When it came to Laetrile Therapy, at the time a widely publicized alternative cancer treatment, our next guest says they lied about its effectiveness and suppressed their own positive test results. Was there a cover-up? And if so, why? Our guest is Ralph Moss, a science writer for more than 40 years. He’s written 10 books and made three documentary films on cancer. His newest book is “Doctored Results: The Suppression of Laetrile at Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research.” The documentary film, “Second Opinion,” by filmmaker Eric Merola, is based on that book.