Dr. Sam Chachoua - Shattering The Myth of Incurable Disease (Full Length)





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Uploaded on Mar 7, 2011

Dr. Sam Chachoua (pronounced 'Cha-choo-wa'), is a doctor and medical researcher who has made great strides in discovering potential cures for cancer, AIDS and heart disease.

Dr. Sam Chachoua's remarkable findings are virtually unknown to this day. One reason has to do with his "outsider" status in the medical community, and the second is a series of misfortunes that have befallen him as a result of the rampant greed and opportunism that accompany any major new discovery. "Medical research is not a profession that yields financial comfort for any but a few leaders who are well placed both politically and within the university institutes," explains Chachoua.

"The systems exist within boundaries; researchers must be part of a major institute before their work can be readily published. Have you ever heard of a cancer breakthrough or other medical advancement that did not come from a university or a hospital's PR machine?"

Chachoua doesn't fit any of the standard molds. He has developed his methods independently and has funded himself throughout the process. He didn't beg or compete for financial grants, and this independence has allowed thought to mature to practical applications in dramatic fashion. Most research focuses on a minutia that never sees practical application, such as interesting laboratory findings or rare enzyme and gene configurations. By contrast, Chachoua's work has made the gigantic leap through the lab and animal studies and right into successful human applications -- all without the help of a university, hospital or pharmaceutical company.

However, his freedom and independence came with a price tag attached. Without institute backing, publication in major journals was difficult. His young age and the enormous implications of his work further complicated the situation. The simple truth is that a lack of affiliation with major institutes limits publication opportunities, and the same institutes that monopolize the system frowns upon unpublished work. Dr. Sam Chachoua chose to combat this untenable situation by lecturing at medical conferences and public gatherings worldwide, not only presenting his findings to a larger audience, but even proposing to fund research and revalidation of his technology. Over the years, he has offered up to $500,000 in grants, an unprecedented offer for a researcher to pay for others to prove or disprove his work.

As a child growing up in Australia in the 70s, Sam Chachoua loved and respected his father, a preeminent local physician. Like most children, he saw his father as an indestructible hero who could overcome all obstacles. The single most traumatic incident in young Sam's life occurred when his father was diagnosed with terminal cancer, and modern medicine proved ineffective in combating the disease. He philosophized about his deepest beliefs many years later in his book, The Challenge, The Promise, The Cure. "Every child has dreams and aspirations, major contributions to make, marks to be left, fame to be found, and what feels like an eternity in which to accomplish these objectives," writes Chachoua. "Curing cancer, growing up to be a hero, saving mankind, these must be some of the commonest fantasies of the young. Impossible tasks seem achievable because there is so much time; time to study, time to grow, time to prepare. Time allows for attainable fantasies, for pleasant dreams. When age or situation shortens time, when there is a need for rapid realization of the dream, reality destroys fantasies. Dreams are either abandoned or are often transformed into tangible despair that mourns the loss by cutting more harshly than reality ever could."

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