Sometimes what sounds too good to be true, actually is true!
On October 16, 1846, at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. William T. G. Morton confronted his skeptics by making a public demonstration of his new invention: ether anesthesia. He demonstrated, in the presence of the surgical and medical staff of the hospital in an amphitheater overflowing with students and physicians, that a surgery without pain was possible (photograph below). Inhalation anesthesia heralded the end of surgery as certain agony and revolutionized medical care worldwide.
More than 150 years later, Dr. Frank Arguello confronts his skeptics by making a public demonstration of his invention: “Atavistic Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy.” He wants to demonstrate that there is a more logical, humane, inexpensive and effective way to treat cancer.
Who should attend? The General Public, Patients with cancer, and their Relatives or Friends; Cancer Researchers; Oncologists; Cancer Organizations and Hospitals.
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