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    Dr Bruno Klopfer was treating a man named Wright who had advanced cancer of the lymph nodes. All standard treatments had been exhausted, and Wright appeared to have little time left. His neck, armpits, chest, abdomen, and groin were filled with tumors the size of oranges, and his spleen and liver were so enlarged that two quarts of milky fluid had to be drained out of his chest every day.

    But Wright did not want to die. He had heard about an exciting new drug called Krebiozen, and he begged his doctor to let him try it. At first his doctor refused because the drug was only being tried on people with a life expectancy of at least three months. But Wright was unrelenting to his entreaties, his doctor finally gave in. He gave Wright an injection of Krebiozen on Friday, but in his heart of hearts he did not expect Wright to last the weekend. Then the doctor went home.

    To his surprise, on the following Monday, he found Wright out of bed and walking around. Klopfer reported that his tumors had "melted like snowballs on a hot stove" and were half their original size. This was a far more rapid decrease in size than even the strongest X-ray treatments could have accomplished.

    Ten days after Wright's first Krebiozen treatment, he left the hospital and was, as far as his doctors could tell, cancer free. When he had entered the hospital, he had needed an oxygen mask to breathe, but when he left he was well enough to fly his own plane at 12,000 feet with no discomfort.

    Wright remained well for about two months, but then articles began to appear asserting that Krebiozen actually had no effect on cancer of the lymph nodes. Wright, who has rigidly logical and scientific in his thinking, became very depressed, suffered a relapse, and was readmitted to the hospital. This time his physician decided to try an experiment.

    He told Wright that Krebiozen was every bit as effective as it had seemed, but that some of the initial supplies of the drug had deteriorated during shipping. He explained, however, that he had a new highly concentrated version of the drug and could treat Wright with this. Of course, the physician did not have a new version of the drug and intended to inject Wright with plain water. To create the proper atmosphere he even went through an elaborate procedure before injecting Wright with the placebo.

    Again the results were dramatic. Tumor masses melted, chest fluid vanished, and Wright was quickly back on his feet and feeling great. He remained symptom-free for another two months, but then the American Medical Association announced that a nationwide study of Krebiozen had found the drug worthless in the treatment of cancer. This time Wright's faith was completely altered. His cancer blossomed anew and he died two days later.
    Jex.


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    Re: The case of Mr Wright

    Originally posted by jex
    Dr Bruno Klopfer was treating a man named Wright who had advanced cancer of the lymph nodes. All standard treatments had been exhausted, and Wright appeared to have little time left. His neck, armpits, chest, abdomen, and groin were filled with tumors the size of oranges, and his spleen and liver were so enlarged that two quarts of milky fluid had to be drained out of his chest every day.

    But Wright did not want to die. He had heard about an exciting new drug called Krebiozen, and he begged his doctor to let him try it. At first his doctor refused because the drug was only being tried on people with a life expectancy of at least three months. But Wright was unrelenting to his entreaties, his doctor finally gave in. He gave Wright an injection of Krebiozen on Friday, but in his heart of hearts he did not expect Wright to last the weekend. Then the doctor went home.

    To his surprise, on the following Monday, he found Wright out of bed and walking around. Klopfer reported that his tumors had "melted like snowballs on a hot stove" and were half their original size. This was a far more rapid decrease in size than even the strongest X-ray treatments could have accomplished.

    Ten days after Wright's first Krebiozen treatment, he left the hospital and was, as far as his doctors could tell, cancer free. When he had entered the hospital, he had needed an oxygen mask to breathe, but when he left he was well enough to fly his own plane at 12,000 feet with no discomfort.

    Wright remained well for about two months, but then articles began to appear asserting that Krebiozen actually had no effect on cancer of the lymph nodes. Wright, who has rigidly logical and scientific in his thinking, became very depressed, suffered a relapse, and was readmitted to the hospital. This time his physician decided to try an experiment.

    He told Wright that Krebiozen was every bit as effective as it had seemed, but that some of the initial supplies of the drug had deteriorated during shipping. He explained, however, that he had a new highly concentrated version of the drug and could treat Wright with this. Of course, the physician did not have a new version of the drug and intended to inject Wright with plain water. To create the proper atmosphere he even went through an elaborate procedure before injecting Wright with the placebo.

    Again the results were dramatic. Tumor masses melted, chest fluid vanished, and Wright was quickly back on his feet and feeling great. He remained symptom-free for another two months, but then the American Medical Association announced that a nationwide study of Krebiozen had found the drug worthless in the treatment of cancer. This time Wright's faith was completely altered. His cancer blossomed anew and he died two days later.

    yeah this sounds like bollocks...

    is this meant to be a joke because it isnt funny


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    • #3
      Re: The case of Mr Wright

      beware the power of the human mind.

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      • #4
        Re: The case of Mr Wright

        Originally posted by fr1j0l3
        beware the power of the human mind.


        yeah.... look what it has allowed jex to do come up with all that BS by himself.....lol

        sorry cheap shot but you left that far to open frij....


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        • #5
          Re: The case of Mr Wright

          Yes your closed mind has automatically told you that a documented, provable case is complete bollocks. Do a google search for "bruno klopfer wright". There's plenty on the web about it.
          Jex.

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          • #6
            Re: The case of Mr Wright

            I am Mr. Wright.
            [volun]

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            • #7
              Re: The case of Mr Wright

              Originally posted by jex
              Yes your closed mind has automatically told you that a documented, provable case is complete bollocks. Do a google search for "bruno klopfer wright". There's plenty on the web about it.


              oh get a grip and stay off the high road,

              ffs cant have a laugh with jex around because he had a stick up his ass.


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              • #8
                Re: The case of Mr Wright

                Originally posted by DudeMan
                ...ffs cant have a laugh with jex around because he had a stick up his ass.
                <reading stick>

                Hmmm... says here:

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                • #9
                  Re: The case of Mr Wright

                  riyker just because you keep asking for the stick manufactured in Dudeman land up your ass doesnt mean jex has it..

                  i said no to you and ill say no to you.... i only allow this stick to go in the female anatomy.


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                  • #10
                    Re: The case of Mr Wright

                    LOL sorry dude - didn't realise you were being funny.
                    Jex.

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                    • #11
                      Re: The case of Mr Wright

                      yeah i wasnt trying to belittle you or noting mate

                      i have read lots about the human mind being capable of strange things....

                      i was actually trying to provoke a reaction from others with my initial comments because i was watching the thread and i didnt see anything,,,,,


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                      • #12
                        Re: The case of Mr Wright

                        What was the source of his story? Please don't copy and paste without naming a source.
                        Wintermute

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