1983 Edition Karger

I have wonderful news to share with all of you!

I couldn’t be happier to see the work of my father, Mirko Beljanski, again receiving the recognition it deserves. Mirko Beljanski’s book “The Regulation of DNA Transcription and Replication”, originally published in 1983 by the prestigious scientific publisher Karger, will soon be released both in an e-book and printed format. These two will be the first part of an upcoming series of classical monographs of scientific importance, which remain of interest to the scholarly community.

This announcement follows the recent publication of two bestselling books that touched upon the legacy of my father. “Extraordinary Healing” by Stephen Coles and “Cancer’s Cause Cancer’s Cure” by Morton Walker are a perfect read for those who want to learn more about his work, but do not have a scientific background. The e-book, however will be interesting for both an amateur science enthusiast and a science professor.

Columbia and CTCA publications

This renewal of interest for the work of Mirko Beljanski can probably be explained by the number of recent scientific publications coming from Columbia University and Kansas University, both showing the effectiveness of the plant extracts that my father discovered, at destroying cancer cells in pancreatic, prostate and ovarian cancer tumors. The Beljanski Foundation is also proud to announce that a documentary about the life and work of Mirko Beljanski is in the works and will soon be available through the online store of the foundation.

Rockefeller University Correspondance to Mirko Beljanski

All of this really is a tribute to my father’s legacy and a display of appreciation for the value and relevance of his work. My father suffered so much due to the misunderstanding of his peers who just shrugged at and dismissed his work in France while paradoxically at the same time receiving letters of interest from institutions on the other side of the ocean like The Rockefeller University and Nebraska University. I believe this is the price to pay when you are a visionary that thinks outside the box. We can all only rejoice that after 30 years his work is finally being recognized as not only relevant, but also of high importance.

I am more excited that such remarkable and well-established publisher came to appreciate the value of my father’s work.  Over the last 25 years Demos Medical Publishing has gained an international reputation as one of the last independent providers of high quality professional books and other scholarly resources for physicians and healthcare professionals. Demos Medical Publishing is also very committed to the mission of bridging the gap between consumers and the healthcare community and has been working tirelessly to promote the open spread of scientific knowledge in an accessible manner.

To learn more about them please visit: http://www.demosmedpub.com.