Drawing attention to an article which asks meaningful questions. Answers from the medical industry are not impressive.
From the ‘The Usual Routine‘, an extract:
Within two months in 1934, he was able to cure 14 out of 16 terminally ill cancer patients, while the other two were cured after subsequent six weeks. Despite his 100% cure rate, he was deprived of any acknowledgment for his accomplishment.
In 1934 Dr. Milbank Johnson who was to declare the results of Rife’s cancer therapy was lethally poisoned and his documents vanished. Rife’s laboratories were set on fire and ruined. Dr.Nemes who had replicated a part of Rife’s work died in a inexplicable fire along with the destruction of all his research papers. Royal Rife was murdered by fatal combination of Valium and alcohol in 1971 at the Grossmont Hospital.
In 1980s author Barry Lynes published a book The cancer cure that worked thus renewing the interest in the work of Rife. The author claimed that Rife’s beam ray device could cure cancer, but American Medical Association withheld it. The American Cancer Society stated that the claims were improbable and a product of a typical theory of conspiracy. They also stated that idea behind the marketing of Rife machines was that conspiracy against the cure for cancer was sabotaging it. What remains unanswered is the reason why Rife machines were mocked and withheld by the medical industry.
The article is linked here.
An internet search revealed a great many articles relating to Rife’s equipment, theories and life. Surprisingly, to me, was the lack of “Snopes” type trolling and rubbishing genuine scientific breakthroughs and claims.
There seems little doubt that the medical industry contributed to the unsuccessful implementation of Rife’s cures. Redeeming this technology is still a continuing force.
One of the many search hits was this informative report.