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Henry Sapiecha


Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Patients who have money are cancer targets

Cancer doesn’t care how much money you have –

but cancer doctors sure as hell do.

Once they know you have some cash, they’ll run you through the wringer to squeeze out every last dollar from you, and a new study makes that point clear.

Western world researchers have found that people in the country’s wealthier areas are between 15 and 20 percent more likely to “get” breast, prostate and skin cancers than those who live in poorer areas.

The experts are already blabbing about longer life expectancies for wealthy people, but that’s a load of hooey. Age does play a role in these cancers, but the western worlds poor live nearly as long as the wealthy – within two or three years of each other, a little fact these “experts” didn’t bother to mention.

Good thing some of us keep ’em honest!

So let’s blow this thing open right now and let them know the jig is up: The real reason – the only reason – for the difference in cancer rates is that wealthy people are more likely to get screened and treated.

They have the $$$ money and the insurance, so they have the cancer.

In reality, rich and poor alike suffer from these cancers – almost certainly at close-to-identical rates. You might even have one of these cancers inside you right now.

Scary, huh?

Don’t be afraid – you’d have to live to Methuselah’s age before most of these cancers would ever harm you.

Here’s my advice: Don’t waste your time with most cancer screenings (the one exception is the colonoscopy, and here’s why).

And if you ever are forced into one, be sure to show up in some ratty, worn-out clothes – and keep asking the doc if this is going to cost much. Better yet, mention that you’re on a fixed income. And definitely don’t tell him you’re insured.

Trust me, he won’t find anything. In fact, he probably won’t be able to show you the door fast enough.

Wealth doesn’t always mean health,

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Saturday, November 20th, 2010

‘Cured’ cancer patients died, court told

Leonie Wood PERTH

November 20, 2010

Hellfried Sartori ... admitted lying to authorities.Hellfried Sartori … admitted lying to authorities.

TWO dozen cancer patients, including a six-year-old Sydney girl, died after treatment ordered by a doctor who is a convicted fraud.

Hellfried Sartori is the Austrian at the centre of an inquest into the deaths of five people in Perth in 2005.

Yesterday in the Coroner’s Court he was confronted with sensational evidence dealing with 25 people, all but one of whom are known to have died after treatment with his ”cure” for cancer.

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The 25 people were treated in Darwin, Perth, Sydney, South West Rocks and at his clinic in Thailand. The fate of one is not known. The court heard police are investigating some of the deaths but most were never checked because it was assumed they were terminally ill.

It is not suggested that Mr Sartori’s treatments directly caused the 24 deaths. Instead, the proliferation of deaths, from late 2004 to 2006, was raised by counsel assisting the coroner to counter Sartori’s claim that he could cure 98 per cent of all cancer patients, including those with highly advanced metastatic cancer.

Celia Kemp suggested to Mr Sartori that he could only see success and not failure, that his clinical skills were deficient, that he had lied and exaggerated about his treatment as part of luring sick people into paying him for dubious treatments, and that his success rate for curing cancer was zero.

Mr Sartori replied that 50 per cent of the cure for cancer was positive thinking by the patient. He conceded he had exaggerated about the efficacy of his treatments, insisted he could cure cancer and admitted lying to Australian authorities. ”If any treatment has proved benefits, it is this treatment,” he told the court. ”And I have not violated my Hippocratic oath.”

Five patients died in Perth when Mr Sartori, who at the time was in Thailand and had been barred from entering Australia, directed two registered nurses, via email and telephone, to treat seven cancer patients.

All were given intravenous infusions of caesium chloride, magnesium and potassium, various vitamins and other chemicals. Coffee enemas were administered and there was a dietary regime of juices.

Sandra McCarty of Victoria, Pia Bosso of NSW and Deborah Gruber of New York were among those who died. Two others died of cancer some time after the treatment.

The court was told that the deaths of Lesley Bramston, Lila Notley and Anne Martin, who were treated personally by Mr Sartori when he was in Darwin in late 2004 and early 2005, were under investigation. It also heard Mr Sartori treated Jasmine Nikhoul, 6, of NSW, who had leukaemia, in early 2005. She died in May 2005.

Mr Sartori in some cases insisted he had cured them of cancer. In Mrs Bramston’s case, he claimed she was ”basically more than on her last legs” and as in some cases turned out ”to be too sick to care”.

He attributed some deaths to ”contributory factors”, including other underlying illnesses. In one case he blamed a patient’s partner, saying ”she had the misfortune to be an apparently well-off lady who had a companion who was hoping to get to her funds” and who neglected her care.

In another fatal case he blamed the patient for ”eating pizza and getting drunk every night”. Another was said not to have followed the treatment program.

Mr Sartori, a convicted fraudster who has been jailed at least twice in the US, recently spent two years in jail in Thailand for fraud and practising without a licence.

Appearing under summons at the Perth inquest, he asked for the evidence about the 25 patients to be struck from the record, saying it was ”unfair and utterly shocking” to be presented with a two-page list of cases ”without being given any warning whatsoever … this can only be described as an ambush”.

The Deputy State Coroner Evelyn Vicker declined his request, saying he had plenty of notice to attend and the court had heard during the opening address that mention would be made of the cases.

In other evidence yesterday, Mr Sartori admitted lying when he applied, unsuccessfully, to register as a doctor in Australia. He also conceded that academic articles about caesium chloride treatment, which he published in 1984 and which had been peer-reviewed, did not include crucial material that about 10 of 50 patients he treated with caesium in 1981-982 had it administered intravenously. Of the 50, 25 died within a year.

His evidence has contained sweeping references to statistics available on the internet, the laws of physics, and his claims that 10,000 people were alive because of his caesium chloride remedies.

The coroner described the medical records kept by the nurses at the Perth house during the treatments as ”appalling”. She said Mr Sartori condoned ”unethical” behaviour by one of his acolytes, Paul Rana of Melbourne, a disgraced alternative therapist who demanded thousands of dollars from terminally ill patients and who was jailed in 2008 for not co-operating with consumer affairs investigators.

Mr Sartori is due to return to Austria this weekend. Mr Rana is expected to give evidence next year.

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