Winning the War on Cancer by Sylvie Beljanski
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Winning the War on Cancer by Sylvie Beljanski

Winning the War on Cancer by Sylvie Beljanski
Winning the War on Cancer by Sylvie Beljanski

Mirko Beljanski passed away on October 28, 1998, but left his legacy on his daughter Sylvie: “God bless you. Don’t change anything about the products and you will be fine.” Page 33

“Winning the War on Cancer” by Sylvie Beljanski is a captivating journey on the part of the author to find the truth, and to fight the wrongs. When certain alternative medical discoveries upheaval the foundation of an established commercial business structure, it becomes hard to swallow the challenge. Only one way remains to eradicate the obstacle: destroy it without giving any scope to prove its power.

Mirko Beljanski, an epic green molecular biologist proclaimed against synthetic medicines in the field of cancer or any other chronic diseases. He extracted the miraculous power of ‘Pao pereira’ (a tree) and ‘Rauwolfia vomitoria’ (a root bark) and treated countless cancer and AIDS patients with success. However, his discovery and research were against the self-interest of the medical business. So, he was cornered and pushed to the cliff of the mountain. The government and commercial medical agencies took every initiative to stifle his voice. His success led him to his prosecution, destruction of his invention and his products, intentionally delayed legal procedures, and other harassment like fake tax cases only to hasten the death of the defendant to close the case.

Is it so easy? Is it so easy to strangulate the voice of truth napped by the commercial tie-up between the pharmaceutical industry and the government?

It is not. Sylvie Beljanski with her dedication and fiery determination kept no stone unturned to reach the source of his father’s medicine.

DNA, destabilized by environmental toxins fed up with carcinogens and breaks the duplex of the double helix. This cancer DNA varies from healthy one. Increased opening of the double helix led to mutation to a certain extent. Environmental medicine can act promisingly in reverse transcriptase. Specific tree extracts can block the duplication of cancer DNA and sustain the free activities of healthy DNA.

Alvina’s Verdict:

This book is simply awe-inspiring. I was muted, transfixed, and elevated in my spot till I finished it.  Sylvie Beljanski reflects her unflinching bravery and dauntless spirit in putting her legs in her father’s shoes. She did everything to protest the infringement against her father. She could not save him, but she could save his revolution of alternative plant-based natural cures for cancer and other diseases.

The book is a confirmation of hope, positivity, and validation. I find not a single grunt to express against this book. There is no typo or any vulgarity. Editing is impressive. I feel everyone should read this book. It is a treasure trove of knowledge and wisdom as well as practical guidance. The reference and doses of medicines at the end of the book are praiseworthy. This book is like God’s blessing to us. A magnanimous revolution in the arena of medical science is capsulated within this small periphery providing a greater scope for human beings under the sun. I rate this book 5 out of 5.

 

 

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