Hoxsey when healing becomes a crime

Format: DVD 2005
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio - Nonfiction Video (DVD) RC271.H47 H693 2005x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio - Nonfiction Video
 
Call Number  (DVD) RC271.H47 H693 2005x
 
 
Summary
In 1924, Harry Hoxsey announced a cure for cancer, based on herbal formulas inherited from his great-grandmother. Thousands of patients swore it cured them, and today, it still claims an 80% success rate. Yet medical establishments call Hoxsey a fraud.
Contents
Extra features: Hope and a prayer (29 min.)
Interview with filmmaker
Weblinks.

Additional Information
Subjects Hoxsey, Harry M.
Hoxsey Cancer Clinic (Dallas, Tex.)
Cancer -- Alternative treatment.
Herbs -- Therapeutic use.
Medical ethics -- United States -- Case studies.
American Medical Association -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Publisher New York :Wellspring Media,2005
Edition Full screen.
Contributors Ausubel, Ken.
Salveson, Catherine.
Gail, Max.
Walpole, Alton.
Shinagawa, Ernest T.
Nelson, Jeff, 1958-
Rowan, Peter, 1942-
Nelson, Mildred C.
Chowka, Peter Barry.
Fraire, Yolanda.
Grigg, William.
Spence, Harry M.
Duke, James A., 1929-2017
Siegel, Bernie S.
DeBragga, Robert.
Riordan, Hugh.
Wellspring Media.
Participants/Performers Narrator, Max Gail ; featured experts, Mildred Nelson, Peter Barry Chowka, Yolanda Fraire, William Grigg, Harry M. Spence, James Duke, Bernie Siegel, Robert DeBragga.
Other Contributors Director of photography, Alton Walpole ; editor, Ernest T. Shinagawa ; music, Peter Rowan, Jeff Nelson ; medical advisor, Hugh Riordan.
Audience "Not rated"--Disc label.
Language English
Notes Documentary.
Program content: c1987.
System Details DVD.
Description 1 videodisc (84 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN 1583502491
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