Cancer Charities

The American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society (ACS) is accumulating great wealth in its role as a "charity."

The ACS was given ONE BILLION DOLLAR in donation in 2014 according to Forbes. $935,000,000 to be precise. 

According to James Bennett, professor of economics at George Mason University and recognized authority on charitable organizations, in 1988 the ACS held a fund balance of over $400 million with about $69 million of holdings in land, buildings, and equipment . 

Of that money, the ACS spent only $90 million— 26 percent of its budget— on medical research and programs.

The rest covered "operating expenses," including about 60 percent for generous salaries, pensions, executive benefits, and overhead.

By 1989, the cash reserves of the ACS were worth more than $700 million. In 1991, Americans, believing they were contributing to fighting cancer, gave nearly $350 million to the ACS, 6% more than the previous year. Most of this money comes from public donations averaging $3,500, and high-profile fund-raising campaigns.


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The mightily rich American Cancer Society (ACS) defines radiation:

"Radiation therapy uses high-energy particles or waves, such as x-rays, gamma rays, electron beams, or protons, to destroy or damage cancer cells. Other names for radiation therapy are radiotherapy, irradiation, or x-ray therapy." 

The ACS has close ties to the mammography industry, the cancer drug industry, and the pesticide industry.

Five Radiologists Have Served As Presidents Of ACS .


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ACS commonly promotes the interests of mammogram machine and film manufacturers, including Siemens, DuPont, General Electric, Eastman Kodak and Piker.

The mammography industry not only conducts research for the ACS and its grantees, its representatives also serve on ACS advisory boards, and donates considerable funds.

DuPont, who makes mammogram film, is also a substantial backer of the ACS Breast Health Awareness Program; produces educational films; and aggressively lobbies Congress for legislation promoting the nationwide availability of mammography services.

In his report: "AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY—More Interested In Accumulating Wealth Than Saving Lives", Dr. Samuel S. Epstein, chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition quotes:

"The ACS ... [has] long continued to devote virtually exclusive priority to research on diagnosis and treatment of cancer, with indifference to prevention, other than faulty personal lifestyle, commonly known as 'blame the victim,' ... Not surprisingly, the incidence of cancer over past decades has escalated".

For example, the ACS has close financial ties to both makers of mammography equipment and cancer drugs. But that's just for starters.

Dangerous Chemicals

Other conflicts of interest include ties to, and financial support from, the pesticide-, petrochemical-, biotech-, cosmetics-, and junk food industries—the very industries whose products are the primary contributors to cancer!

    "This is no accident," Dr. Epstein writes. "Zeneca Pharmaceuticals--a spin-off of Imperial Chemical Industries is one of the world's largest manufacturers of chlorinated and other industrial chemicals, including those incriminated as causes of breast cancer.

    Zeneca has also been the sole multimillion-dollar funder of the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month since its inception in 1984, besides the sole manufacturer of Tamoxifen, the world's top-selling anticancer and breast cancer "prevention" drug, with $400 million in annual sales.

    Furthermore, Zeneca recently assumed direct management of 11 cancer centers in U.S. hospitals. Zeneca owns a 50 percent stake in these centers known collectively as Salick Health Care."

It's no small irony that Tamoxifen has been found to cause cancer and increase risk of death, while several top-notch preventive strategies and many safe and effective cancer treatments are ignored.

Who Gets The Money For Cancer Research?

The ACS (American Cancer Society) collects more money from donations every few minutes than what the Independent Cancer Research Foundation receives in a full year!! Even though the ICRF has a high cure rate. 

Furthermore, the Rockefeller’s Trust that promotes the use of drugs dishes out money to:

  • Harvard Medical School, more than $8 millions in donations
  • Yale, more than $7 millions
  • John Hopkins, more than $10 millions 
  • Washington University in St. Louis, more than $2 millions
  • Columbia University, more than $5 millions 
  • Cornell, more than $1.7 million

Numerous natural cancer treatments have been shut down and persecuted by the Rockefeller’s approach to diseases.

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