Ralph W. Moss, PhD, has written ten books and made three film documentaries on cancer. He writes The Moss Reports, detailed reports on 22 common cancer diagnoses, the monthly newsletter, ADVANCES, and the "War on Cancer" column for the Townsend Letter. He was a founding advisor to the NIH Office of Alternative Medicine, a board member of the Cancer Prevention Coalition, and advisor to Breast Cancer Action, Life Extension Foundation, and the RAND Corporation.
He is a standing director of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. In China, Moss has been honored with visiting professorships at Shanxi Province Anticancer Research Institute, Chang'An Hospital in Xi'an, Friendship Hospital in Guangzhou, and the Southern Medical University, Dongguan, China. Moss has made investigative visits to hospitals and clinics in Austria, Bahamas, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Honduras, Hungary, Israel, Russia, Switzerland, and most US states. He tours clinics around the US and the world looking for effective cancer treatments for his readers. Ralph Moss is the subject of Eric Merola's 2014 documentary film, Second Opinion.
In the first half, technology and privacy expert Lauren Weinstein shared updates. He reported on controversies surrounding the topic of net neutrality (in which big ISPs like Comcast are paid by certain content providers such as Netflix to have faster speeds for consumers), and how the FCC has been flooded with comments about the issue. Ralph Moss PhD, was the science writer and assistant director of public affairs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, and for the past 35 years has independently evaluated the claims of conventional and non-conventional cancer treatments. In the latter half, he discussed how laetrile was studied at Sloan-Kettering as a cancer treatment, and initially yielded positive results. ... More »Host: George Noory