To the Commenter,
Thank you for reading this article. Now I want to clarify. I did not find this information in a Chicago Tribune article. Originally, I saw this information related to grapefruit juice and the treatment of cancer on the scroll advertisements displayed on my Internet server’s home page; I thought it was good information to be shared and also wanted to read into it more to get a better idea of this type of treatment.
Therefore to the commenter, I am sorry if I have caused you to be incensed in any way. I believe I began this article sharing my personal story about my Father and his passing to this deadly disease which was not in any Chicago Tribune article. I am glad that you bring up another author’s name that may have possibly initially started this chain of information on the “Internet’s information super highway“ to begin with. I believe that the purpose here is to share life giving information – that is what I have done. I believe Albina wanted her story shared which is what I have done; I congratulate her for her desire to help others by sharing her story in a public arena.
As far as the grape juice conspiracy theory. I don’t believe I every said anything like that. I do feel that in this day and age of filing lawsuits at whim, manufactures of various products do certain things to protect their assets. This particular citrus department did, in fact, provide a higher grade of grapefruit juice which was not available to the public for Dr. Cohen’s studies. So to the commenter, I encourage you to continue to stand up for truth and honesty where ever you can. Let’s just remember, the truth begins in our hearts and turns into expression through our thoughts as we share those thoughts with the world around us in a compassionate and loving manner. There is enough hate and abrasiveness in the world; it is always my intent to offer the opposite of that via the material I share on this blog. Thank you for your comments.
The Undefeated Life