My advice to you or anyone who is considering using a product like TumorX Paste to kill cancer
1. Have your skin/body examined to see if, in fact, you have cancer.
2. Research the product; check to see if the product will kill healthy tissue.
3. If, in fact, it does kill healthy tissue, do not use the product.
4. If the product does not harm healthy tissue, then research it more. Get instructions, apply it to the cancerous area and see if it does its job.
5. If you have problems with the anticancer product...talk to someone who knows about the product.
6. Tell the world your story: If the product kills the cancer, write a story to your local newspaper and spread the word that you were cured of cancer with a natural product.
7. TumorX Paste is not the only bloodroot product on the market that can kill cancer...but I believe it is the best product.
The supports of bloodroot products will point to the thousands of people who have been cured using TumorX Paste i.e.. (bloodroot and zinc chloride) to kill cancer.
This is a good example of a person who believed zinc chloride kills healthy tissue and tried to make 80 million dollars in the process.
As of 25 day of August, 2005 Case No. 1:03-CV-1183 LJM-WTL was dismissed note all claim are void never to be refilled.
Sue Gilliatt dismisses her two year ongoing civil action with prejudice, quote "Comes now the plaintiff, Sue Gilliatt, by counsel, John Muller and hereby notifies the court that the case has been fully settled and compromised and she dismisses all pending claims against all defendants with prejudice."
The original complaint demanded 40 million from Dan Raber et al., and 40 million from Greg Canton et al., for her alleged damages for a grand total of 80 million in damages from these two separate entities.
Gilliatt collected 800 thousand dollars from Greg Canton after presser from the FDA, (As part of the plea agreement Greg Canton pleaded guilty to selling an un-approved new drug this new drug is called H3O that allegedly helped with scar tissue repair. The draconian plea agreement was based on dropping charges against his wife for his guilty plea.) local state officials added their charges and the local media in Louisiana jumped onto the bandwagon publicly denouncing him and his products.
These attacks were manipulated by Gilliatt and her attorney using the legal system as a weapon. Canton pleaded guilty for selling his product H3O (that contained no bloodroot) and his insurance company settled with Gilliatt for 800 thousand dollars. Greg Canton was selling a product that contained bloodroot and zinc chloride to kill cancer but no charges have ever been filed by the FDA concerning the Cansema cream for selling a “New Drug".
Dan Raber refused to settle the case knowing that TumorX Paste can not harm health tissue. Gilliatt and her attorney used the same dirty tactics against him, the FDA raided his house and DSMC, but Dan refused to bend to outside forces, declaring his product did not and could not harm Gilliatt or any one else.
The facts of the case speak for them selves.
1. Sue Gilliatt never had cancer on her nose, this according to her medical records filed with the court..
2. I, Dan Raber, apply the TumorX Paste to my person for 24 hours after I make the paste. I have never had any healthy tissue harmed using this paste.
3. The pH of the TumorX Paste is about 2.73. Heinz food grade distilled vinegar has a 5% acidity value and a pH of 2.39 (please note the acidity value is grater with vinegar).
4. The TumorX Paste is made by combining water, herbs and zinc salt.
5. I have offered to the court to apply TumorX Paste to my nose or any other place that they see fitting... this to demonstrate the safety of the product.
6. Quote from the affidavit filed with the Federal Court in Indiana. Walker (chemical engineer) "I believe Sue Gilliatt is lying when she stated that the bloodroot paste liquefied her nose. Only a basic material with a pH over 10 or so could do this. It is impossible for the bloodroot paste to have liquefied Gilliatt’s nose.…."
7. Quote from the affidavit filed with the Federal Court in Indiana. Raber (chemical engineer) "Liquefaction of skin as described by Sue Gilliatt in her deposition can not be caused by a mild acidic substance such as the Bloodroot Paste. Therefore one can reasonable conclude that some other substance caused the damage she described."
8. Sue Gilliatt admits in oral deposition she cut her nose off with embroidery scissors (Gilliatt deposition page 98 line 7-14 and page 99 lines 1-16).
9. Gilliatt admits that she was buying products not for use but in fact "As evidence". This is found on page 94 line 25, but to get a feeling of the deception she was perpetrating on the court and the defendants one need to read pages 94-95.
10. Cansema salve is not TumorX Paste and I cannot be held liable for the actions of Canton's insurance company, i.e. settling Sue Gilliatt's frivolous law suit
11. TumorX Paste will not harm healthy tissue, but will kill topical cancers.
After the truth was reveled Gilliatt dismissed the 40 million dollar law suit she filed against Dan Raber et al.
This case is a good example of why we all have high insurance rates; we are all paying for Insurance Fraud.
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