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World Arm Wrestling Champ, Jason Vale,
in David and Goliath Battle with the FDA
Queens, New York – 35 year old Jason Vale, who was terminal from cancer, and went on to become the Arm Wrestling World Champion, is facing another difficult opponent — the Federal Drug Administration.
Queens, New York – Jason Vale, a 35 year old, who was terminal with cancer, and went on to become the Arm Wrestling World Champion, is facing another difficult opponent — the Federal Drug Administration. Jason turned to alternative healing when he came down with cancer for the third time — and successfully cured his cancer by prayer and eating apricot seeds. The seeds of these fruits contain Vitamin B17, which has been found to have an amazing success in the healing of all types of cancers, as well as in preventing cancer.
Top physicians Dr. Kanematsu Sugiura and Dr. John Richardson stood firmly behind their findings that Vitamin B17 stops cancer, although they were shamelessly persecuted by the FDA and the AMA because the Vitamin B17 found in apricot seeds cannot be patented. This simple natural cure for cancer would cut into the mega profits of the multinational Cancer Industry. Apricot seeds, which sell for about $15 a pound, could easily compete with the highly dangerous and toxic chemotherapy and radiation used in standard cancer treatments. With global spending on conventional cancer treatments running into the hundreds of billions dollars annually, any news of a successful anti-cancer treatment extracted from the simple apricot seed would do serious damage to the wealth of the mighty Cancer Inc.
The effectiveness of apricot seeds in curing cancer is astonishing! Dr. Dean Burk, the former head of the Cytochemistry Department of the National Cancer Institute, and one of the co-founders of this famous American medical institution, has worked on Vitamin B17 personally. He states, “When we add vitamin B17 to a cancer culture under the microscope,” said Burk, “providing the enzyme glucosidase also is present, we can see the cancer cells dying off like flies!”
Jason Vale has traveled the country in arm wrestling matches since his healing, and has been interviewed by various newspapers, radio stations, and tv shows such as Extra, CNN and the Wall Street Journal. The staff of Extra received such a large number of callers after Jason’s interview aired, that they aired his show a second time. Jason began to supply people with apricot seeds and an information video through his company, Christian Brothers, and thereafter thousands called in with success stories ranging from cancer gone to tumors shrinking down. These success stories are all documented at the website: http://www.seedoffaith.org , along with the court documents. (Email: [email protected])
Eventually, without even one customer complaint, the FDA came in and seized apricot seeds and computers and brought Jason to criminal court for promoting this natural answer to cancer. In the summer of 2002 Jason’s family had to put liens on their properties to pay the $840,000 bail that was placed on him pending his trial. On July 14, 2003, in the Federal Eastern District of New York courtroom of Judge John Gleeson, Jason lost his Constitutional Rights to be able to continue to tell his story of how he defeated one of the world’s most deadliest opponents – cancer.
This newsworthy case has been quiet for some time now. Jason has turned down shows such as Date Line, 20-20 and 60 minutes in the past two years. Jason has been in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, NY since July 21. His sentencing date is scheduled for December 19, 2003, in the Federal Courtroom of Judge John Gleeson, 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, NY 11201. He is in need of as much support as possible at his 2:00 p.m. sentencing. Jason can only be visited by his parents, but he can receive letters and cards at this address: Jason Vale #09073-067, Metropolitan Detention Center, P. O. Box 329002, Brooklyn, NY 11232. He can also receive books and magazines mailed directly from a publishing company with “Approved By Bureau of Prisons Policy” on the packing slip.