Dr. John Hall and Sylvie Beljanski speak about the background and history associated with Mirko Beljanski, the development of the Beljanski Foundation and the research being done at the University of Kansas Medical Center and the study’s findings associated with ovarian, prostate and pancreatic cancers. Additionally, they also discuss Morton Walker’s recent book published about Dr. Beljanski’s research called Cancer’s Cause and Cancer’s Cure.
Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guests Dr. John Hall and Sylvie Beljanski discuss the following:
- What is the mission of the Beljanski Foundation?
- Who is Mirko Beljanski and what did he discover?
- What are the latest findings/studies being conducted by the Beljanski Foundation?
- Sylvie, as the daughter of the late Mirko Beljanski, what is your vision for the Foundation?
- Where can one find more information about the work of Mirko Beljanski and the Beljanski Foundation?
Sylvie Bejanski, Vice President Beljanski Foundation
Sylvie Beljanski is committed to continuing the Beljanski family legacy as international leaders in environmental medicine research. Through the work of her father, Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D., and the ongoing research currently being conducted, Ms. Beljanski believes that there is more to be found in alternative medicine and its benefits to those who are fighting life threatening diseases. Born in New York City and raised and educated in Paris, Sylvie Beljanski completed her undergraduate studies at The Sorbonne. She then went on to pursue a law degree and was admitted to the French Bar in 1995. After her father’s passing in 1998, Ms. Beljanski immediately became committed to spreading the word and educating the public about Dr. Beljanski’s discoveries. Traveling throughout the world, she’s educated tens of thousands of people about the importance of detoxification as a defense against harmful toxins that can cause serious disease and infection. She presents The Beljanski® Approach to Wellness with practical recommendations to avoid environmental toxins, remove them and repair the cellular process.
In 1999, Ms. Beljanski became the Vice-President of The Beljanski Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)3 charitable organization whose mission is to further Dr. Beljanski’s research within a network of high-profile research institutions around the world. Her dedication to spreading the word beyond Europe, where it originated, and the U.S., most recently brought her to speak at the General Practitioner Conference & Exhibition in Australia, where they largely accepted these ideas and practices and were eager to join in on the conversation. Ms. Beljanski keeps track of her travels and speaking engagements on her well-followed blog, www.thebeljanskiblog.com.
Ms. Beljanski and The Beljanski Foundation are continuing Mirko Beljanski’s legacy by funding new studies by Columbia University that are seeing the success of botanical extracts Dr. Beljanski discovered in suppressing tumors, including prostate tumors, without damaging healthy cells. They are confident that similar breakthrough discoveries are soon to be revealed about pancreatic and ovarian cancer cells as well.
In addition, new studies by the University of Kansas Medical Center are pointing to the efficacy of two powerful botanical extracts that have shown successful in destroying cancer cells that have resisted chemotherapy. The extracts are believed to promote ovarian health and be a low-toxicity alternative to highly toxic chemo drugs.
John Hall, Ph.D.
As the Senior Scientific Advisor of The Beljanski Foundation, John Hall, Ph.D. presents at scientific conferences and at universities all over the United States and in Europe. Dr. Hall is published in major journals including Cell, Proceedings of the National Academy, Journal of Cell Biology, Molecular and Cell Biology, and Genetics.
Dr. Hall completed his graduate work in biochemistry at Princeton University and New York University. As a post-doctoral fellow and then as a professor at Rockefeller University, his research focused on the fundamental mechanisms relating cell motility to cell division and cancer. He has served as an executive and as a consultant in the biotechnology industry.
Born and raised in Princeton, New Jersey, Dr. Hall feels privileged and honored to continue the work started by the late Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D., and is dedicated to spreading his work and broadening his research through the Beljanski Foundation.
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