(NaturalNews) In his eye-opening book What Went Wrong: The Truth Behind the Clinical Trial of the Enzyme Treatment of Cancer, Dr. Nicholas J. Gonzalez, M.D., explains how the mainstream medical system is inherently biased against virtually all alternative approaches to disease treatment and prevention. Particularly with cancer, the clinical trial model has been deliberately designed in such a way as to promote the perceived failure of unconventional approaches to cancer treatment, which includes Dr. Gonzalez' individualized enzyme therapy approach.
Since 1981, Dr. Gonzalez has been devoting his time and livelihood to investigating nutritional approaches to treating cancer and various other degenerative diseases. He was joined by Dr. Linda Isaacs in 1985, and since that time, the two have pioneered together the customization of cancer treatments based on strict dietary protocols that involve eating specific foods, detoxifying the body, and supplementing with individualized nutrient panels, including pancreatic enzymes for cancer patients.
It is this pancreatic enzyme protocol that Dr. Gonzalez and Dr. Isaacs gained approval and funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to test back in 1998 as part of a large-scale clinical trial, the so-called gold standard for science-based medicine. The goal of the study, of course, was to compare the effectiveness of enzyme therapy with the best that conventional medicine has to offer, mainly radiation and chemotherapy.
Cancer industry intentionally destroyed Dr. Gonzalez' study
But because the trial involved analyzing a treatment protocol that was hatched outside the conventional cancer system, it ended up being intentionally designed to fail by corrupt powers who took control of it and basically ran it into the ground. Just like it continues to do with Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski's antineoplastons cancer treatment, the medical mafia decided to thwart Dr. Gonzalez' efforts at helping mankind with his alternative treatments.
As explained by the Alliance for Natural Health - USA (ANH-USA), supervisors from Columbia University, NCI, and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) intentionally chose unsuitable study participants, manipulated and distorted study data, and in various other ways, essentially sabotaged the entire study. And in the end, the conventional cancer system won, as the study results made it appear as though Dr. Gonzalez' enzyme therapy is of no benefit to cancer patients.
One particularly significant flaw in the study's design was the fact that its participants were chosen randomly. Since enzyme therapy includes following strict dietary and lifestyle protocols, it is important that only fully-committed cancer patients are allowed to participate. Because unlike with conventional studies, alternative studies that involve randomization actually tend to create bias rather than prevent it.
Other major study flaws included a deliberate lack of a proper "lead-in," improper participant screening techniques, avoidable study delays, and general mismanagement tactics that ultimately led to failure.
"This particular model of medicine -- and it is just that, a model -- lauds synthetic and high-tech creations as it relegates diet, food and nutrition to a very minor rule in any consideration of human health and disease," says Dr. Gonzalez. "This cosmology dominates academic medical thinking, and certainly dominates all teaching in medical schools."