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Cut Poison Burn

Runtime: 87m 48s | Release date: 2011

Cut, Poison, Burn is a searing film that illuminates the grim truth about America’s so-called War on Cancer. This thought-provoking documentary takes on the forces that have conspired to thwart meaningful advances in cancer research and treatment over the past century. These forces include the federal government (in its effort to label and persecute innovators as quacks), drug companies eager to suppress alternative treatments and powerful industry organizations that place profit over human lives.

The story centers on the Navarros, a family struggling to keep their young son alive. The war between the Navarro Family and the FDA is perhaps this country’s greatest evidence as to why there should be medical freedom. As the personal meets the political, we see how the FDA holds a vise-like grip on treatment options.

Heart-wrenching and informative, the film ultimately expresses the hope that we can create a new paradigm of prevention, medical freedom and acceptance of highly-tailored therapies to usher in a more enlightened era.

Over 12 years, 150 hours of footage and interviews with top oncologists, researchers, policy-makers, homeopaths and patients carry the story and reveal that we are on the brink of disaster and in desperate need of reform.

Featuring:
Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski
Devra Davis
Dr. Vincent DeVita
Shane Ellison
Dr. Eugenie Kleinerman
Dr. Michael Kosty
Dr. Ralph W. Moss
Dr. Filiberto Muñoz
Donna Navarro
Jim Navarro
Dr. Soren Nielson
Dr. James Privitera
Dr. Charles Simone
Dr. Julian Whitaker
Dr. Leonard Zwelling
Dr. Sherrill Sellman

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krystal kouvaras | 5 months, 1 week ago
FDA stands for Fracking Dirtbags Anonymous. Honestly I don't know why God gave us free will. We all should be forced to be kind and then this could never happen.
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Sam Stuczyk | 9 months, 1 week ago
It is sad that we live in a world where we are not free to choose our own path or that of our children.
Rest in peace little Thomas
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 9 months, 1 week ago
Hi Sam, thank you for taking the time to comment and share your thoughts about this topic :) ~ Iris
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Leeanne Hibbert | 1 year, 4 months ago
What a fantastic enlightening documentary. What a shame people still believe in the cancer industry!!!!
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Sandra Frankel | 1 year, 8 months ago
This film broke my heart. I feel such a profound sadness over the story of Thomas Navarro, such a sweet and beautiful boy. It puts a face on the needless suffering and death. The film is brilliantly done.
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Elizabeth Roycroft | 1 year, 9 months ago
"O’er the land of the greed and the home of the grave!" A new National Anthem perhaps....
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Gregg None | 1 year, 11 months ago
Gets to 56mins and stops. No matter how much I try it won't go past it. Great video. Definitely wanted to see it all.
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 1 year, 11 months ago
Hi Gregg, sorry for this inconvenience. Kindly try using a different browser. Google Chrome usually makes a difference. Hope this helps! Enjoy :)
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Clinton Bradley | 1 year, 11 months ago
The FDA sentences hundreds of thousands of people per year to death through their elite protectionist behaviors. Thomas was quite literally murdered by deliberate actions by the FDA that resulted in his horrific death. The FDA as we know it needs to be completely dismantled and everyone fired so a replacement agency that actually defends public health rather than corporate interests can be built. The bigger problem of course is that the rest of government is just as bad. It's obvious that what laughingly poses as progress is entirely determined through the permission of big business and at the expense of public.
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Dermot | 2 years ago
Excellent documentary. Very informative.
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