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There Is A Cure For Cancer Since The Sixties - Judyth Vary Baker

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Published on Dec 7, 2016

Judyth Vary Baker is an incredible brave woman who dare to speak out against the biggest industry in this world...
BIG PHARMA and the Cancer Industry.
Now she is 72 years old and want to make a difference by telling her story and share her knowledge.

I discovered this beautifull lady via the Open Mind Conference 2015 in Denmark. She gave a stunning talk about her and Lee Oswald. The love of her life. He was used as a patsy when JFK was murdered. She had to be silend then, because they would have killed her too. When her youngest child left the 'nest', the time had come for Judyth to reveal her truth.

Ole Dammegård is very proud to have Judyth as a friend.
He learned a lot about the JFK assassination when Judyth spoke out. He found so much links to all kinds of other murder cases by his new found knowledge. It is all a matter of connecting the dots.

About her early life

Judyth Baker was born in South Bend, Indiana to Donald William and Glorianne Whiting Vary in 1943. She attended Manatee High School in Bradenton, Florida.

Judyth was a wizard student with the highest IQ of her class, on October 17, 1958

Her stellar research and its results were soon noticed by professors and scientists, with high profile connections in the medical and political world. This resulted in invitations to science programs and science fairs nationwide. In March, 1961, at age 17, she became the first high school student allowed to attend the elite Science Writer’s Cancer Research Seminar, a 5-day national meeting of science writers and the world’s most important cancer research scientists, where her research was inspected by top American Cancer Society (ACS) officials, research scientists, and Nobel Prize winners, who began mentoring her. In April, 1961, she was invited by Director Dr. George Moore to work in his personal laboratory at Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo, New York, the oldest important cancer research center in the United States.

There she conducted research on melanoma cancers and learned techniques for handling cancers induced by the SV40 monkey virus. She next enrolled in the medical technology program at St. Francis College in her home state of Indiana, where she considered becoming a nun as well as a scientist. Evidence of her conducting cancer research after her training at Roswell Park exists in newspaper articles and citations. Assigned to work with malignant melanoma, at Dr. Alton Ochsner’s suggestion, one of the 18-year-old's research projects is preserved in an Indiana Academy of Science's abstract entitled "Studies on the Increase in vitro of Mitotic Activity and Melanogenesis in the RPMI HA # 5 (7113) Strain Melano." (Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science. V. 71 (1961) p. 71): the abstract mentions that her cancer research was continuing at her lab at St. Francis.

Her work with melanoma in 1961 reflected Dr. Ochsner’s research interests: Ochsner’s work in 1961-1962 on melanoma was important enough to be recorded in his official biography (Surgeon of the South --Wilds & Harkey, 1990, p. 136).
They were all impressed that Judyth Vary had induced lung cancer in mice in record time in a high school lab.

She was attending The University of Florida by Feb., 1962, under a full scholarship, where she resumed research in cancer-related areas under an umbrella of grants and permits. In the Spring of 1963, Ochsner offered her a summer internship at Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans, under the direction of the noted cancer research specialist, Dr. Mary S. Sherman, with the promise that she would receive a scholarship for early entry into Tulane Medical School that Fall. In mid-April, 1963, she arrived and was ready to begin her internship in Dr. Sherman's bone cancer lab.

In 1963, Judyth was invited to New Orleans by famous surgeon Dr. Alton Ochnser to serve her country by taking part in another special cancer research project.

Edward's Haslam's - author of "Mary's monkey", makes a case for the thesis that - as a accidental result of these experiments - the polio vaccin of the early sixties was contaminated with a cancer causing monkey virus, better known as SV-40. Hence, he argues this was one of the decisive reasons to keep the bioweapon project secret and hidden from the public, as well as Lee Harvey Oswald's involvement, which contradicts the Warren Commission's conclusion that he was a deranged communist nut without any connections. Haslam takes the reader on a quest to find an explanation for the alarming growth rate of soft tissue cancers in America. "Mary's Monkey" is becoming an underground bestseller with a top 100 position on Amazon.com.

- She was indeed a promising student with a passion for cancer research, as is evidenced by numerous contemporary newspaper articles.

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