Cancer is an extremely complex subject, so I’d recommend reading his summary article in which he outlines, in fairly layman language, the foundation of his argument.
Basically, it’s known as Aneuploidy Theory, and it is in stark contrast to the current Big Pharma model of cancer. Obviously, Aneuploidy Theory is “discredited” and dismissed, as a result. But, as pharmaceutical scientist Mike Donio said, the pharmaceutical industry is untrustworthy and thrives on sick people and unscientific methodology.
David’s conversation is worth watching because he used slides, but it’s possible to get by with audio only.
The conversation was so brilliant that I invited David to my TNT show for a two-hour discussion in which he looked at
- chromosomal imbalance versus gene mutation;
- preventative medicine versus preventative lifestyle;
- tumours and mammograms; and
- lack of trust in Big Pharma.
It is split into two parts. If you have time for only one, then listen to the first part.
The Chromosomal Imbalance Theory Of Cancer videos, to which David refers, can be found here.