Retired SFPD Police Captain Rick Schiff joins us to share his experience in the mid 1990s with his daughter Chrissy, one of twins, who was diagnosed with a rare and deadly form of brain cancer. Since losing her to the effects of her original lethal-dose conventional treatments, he has tirelessly advocated for patients seeking treatment at the Burzynksi clinic in Houston, TX.
The fundamental question is, why do the terminally diagnosed not all have access to promising, non-toxic treatments? Why are these therapies cost-prohibitive and only found by personal investigation? These questions are answered, and new ones posed in today’s podcast.
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This is footage from the February 29, 1996 Health Subcommittee Hearing with Officer Schiff defending Dr. Burzynski.