Simple Ways to Reduce Cancer Risk
Interview with Dr. Paul Marik on diet, lifestyle, and natural compounds.
Dr. Paul Marik is to critical care medicine what Dr. Peter McCullough is to cardio-renal medicine. The 65-year-old native of South Africa has published over 500 peer-reviewed papers and books on intensive care medicine, and his “Marik Cocktail” for treating sepsis is used in emergency rooms all over the world.
Like Dr. McCullough, he fell afoul of the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex during the COVID-19 pandemic for his insistence on TREATING his patients instead of doing nothing for them apart from poisoning them with Remdesivir and ultimately consigning them to death on a ventilator.
Also like Dr. McCullough, Dr. Marik is an enormously curious man with a boundless capacity for inquiry and study. After he came to the startling conclusion that the official pandemic response really was driven almost entirely by commercial motives (instead of taking care of patients) he wondered if there were other elements of conventional medical care that were equally corrupt.
A couple of years ago he embarked on an intense study of cancer—the nature of the disease, its complex causes, and how to treat it. To his surprise, he discovered that simple lifestyle and dietary habits can significantly reduce the risk of cancer. He also learned that deficiencies in natural compounds such as Vitamin D significantly increase the risk of cancer.
Yesterday I read his recently published pamphlet THE ROLE OF REPURPOSED DRUGS AND METABOLIC INTERVENTIONS IN TREATING CANCER, which I found so fascinating and inspiring that it prompted me to call him and request an interview.
Please listen to the interview and share it with your friends. Please also consider purchasing the printed edition of his monograph on Amazon, the proceeds of which will go to his nonprofit FLCCC Alliance.