It was a very good month for The Beljanski Foundation: First, Dr. John Hall, Scientific Advisor to The Beljanski Foundation, was interviewed by Ellen Kamhi, the host of the program “The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z”.
Dr. Kamhi is a member of the American Herbalist Guild (AHG), and is nationally board certified as an Advanced Holistic Nurse (AHN-BC). She had pointed questions for Dr. Hall regarding Dr. Beljanski’s discoveries as well as the published research recently conducted on those compounds by various prestigious American institutions.
It is very informative, very well done, so do not miss it. Here is the link: http://thenaturalnurse.podbean.com/e/the-natural-nurse-and-dr-z-%E2%80%93-110315/
I was also invited to lecture on behalf of the Foundation at the Navel Expo, in Melville, NY. Whenever I speak in Europe, I am accustomed to having a crowded room; but it was the first time in the US that I was experiencing an extra packed room, with people seated everywhere, including on the floor because all the chairs were already taken! When the moment came to speak on cancer stem cells, it was kind of magical to hear them all gasping collectively. I reminded everyone that, how positive it was, that the data presented was only in vitro, and asked for support for The Beljanski Foundation in order to continue this breakthrough experiment in vivo.
The Beljanski Foundation received great exposure this week. I hope this will translate into generous donations, which will soon lead to new breakthrough results to help fight cancer. The world needs it!
The mission of The Beljanski Foundation is to increase awareness of the scientific legacy of French molecular biologist Mirko Beljanski,PhD., and his achievements in the scientific and medical fields and continue his anti-cancer research with Pao pereira, Rauwolfia vomitoria, Ginkgo Biloba but also with RNA Fragments.