Burzynski bows out of U.K. conference to avoid critics

Dr Stanislaw Burzynski has bowed out of a U.K. convention on complementary health. According to the conference website, he’s afraid of “attacks”.

News – cichealth.org.uk.

…he feels he is unable to come and speak about his excellent work at our convention.

One of the reasons he feels unable to come is so that we won’t be exposed to the sort of attacks that he has suffered.

What a great shame that there are people out there who seem to be hell bent on preventing open and honest debate, but instead wish to promulgate stories that are untrue and opinions based on ignorance or dark propaganda.

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A response to this announcement comes from Josephine Jones blog. She points out that it’s not the critical people who are stifling debate, it is Burzynski’s people themselves who try to silence bloggers.

In addition, Burzynski has not gone the traditional route for his “excellent work”, failing to produce journal articles. Instead, he seems to like presenting at conferences to sympathetic audiences who give him top billing and treat him as some hero.

But actually, I wonder if there is not more to this story. Hmm.

For more about Burzynski in the news, click here.

  3 comments for “Burzynski bows out of U.K. conference to avoid critics

  1. VIn
    April 29, 2012 at 10:46 PM

    Who is this guy? Need a short blurb on who and what he is/does at at the beginning (for those of us who don’t have the time to look it up). Keep up the good work. It’s important!

  2. April 30, 2012 at 6:33 AM

    Sorry, that’s why I put the link at the end for “more”. I can’t possibly write full news-type stories for even entry.

  3. April 30, 2012 at 1:05 PM

    VIn: for info on Burzynski, look at Josephine Jones blog. There is plenty there, plus links to many other sites. JJ does a good job of summarising it all.

    I can also offer this from my own blog: http://blog.anarchic-teapot.net/tag/stanislaw-burzynski/page/4/
    Again, plenty of links to other sources, as well as considerably less tact and polished language.

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