Cancer patients highlight new 714X controversy and the NCI agrees to review
© By Peter Chowka
(June 1, 2001) A small but dedicated group of cancer patient activists in
Eastern Massachusetts has helped to bring to light what they describe as a
possible cover-up of promising, preliminary test results of 714X, a
controversial unconventional cancer treatment from Canada, at the
prestigious Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
A subsequent avalanche
of media reporting about the story in the Boston area has resulted in
Dana-Farber on May 21 calling on the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to
undertake a formal review of 714X, which the NCI's Office of Cancer
Complementary and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM) has agreed to do.
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July 21, 2003
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