Charles Tobey Jr. Reports On Cancer And The Venal
About six years ago last summer, I was in bed at my
home in Concord, NH, when my father came. to my bedside
and confirmed to me that I had the second most vicious
form of cancer known to man and that my three doctors
gave me one to two years to live.
I want you to know that when that happens it does
something to you.
That information came to me after about nine months of
an average of about two to five hours a night's sleep
from the indescribable pain that only a cancer victim
That information came to me at a time when I had what I
called a good wife, two children, a girl six and a boy
four, and a good home.
Lying in bed thinking of that, things go through your
mind and you say to yourself "If I live, I'm going to
devote all the time that I have and can spend to try to
help find the answer to cancer. And I want you to know
that I was extremely naive when it came to the medical
world-the organized medical world.
Shortly after that, summer residents from Massachusetts
came to my father and asked him to send me down to a man
in Medford, Mass., an ordinary physician named Dr.
Robert Lincoln. I went down there in the Fall of 1948.
Dr. Lincoln said to me:
"I can give you no promise and I can offer you no sure
hope but we will try, Before I talk to you about my
work, I want you to go into my reception room where you
will find 15 to 20 patients waiting to be treated. Talk
with any of them. Ask any questions you wish, and then
come back to my living room here and we'll talk about
I did just that, and this is what I saw as I went down
there every other night for about three months. I saw
hundreds of people who were getting well; I saw hundreds
of husbands and wives who felt that they had new
hope, and felt they were going to some one who was
honestly trying to help them.
I looked at his books and saw that he never charged a
patient more than $5.00 a treatment. I saw many that
were receiving treatment for $3.00 and $2.00 and many
others whose money was gone, who were receiving
treatment anyway. I found that no man was ever turned
away from that clinic. It did my heart good.
I don't have a blackboard here. I'm only going to speak
for about a minute and a half about what the Lincoln
treatment is and I want you to know at this time that
I'm not here to give any endorsement of any medication.
I'm merely going to give you Dr. Lincoln's experience as
Exhibit "A" of just what's going on throughout this
country where men like Dr. Hoxsey, Dr. Lincoln and
others who are trying to help mankind are being kicked
in the stomach and knifed in the back by organized
medicine, being the un-American Medical Association, and
I'll prove that before I'm through.
About eight years ago, this ordinary physician was
trying to find the answer to sinusitis and anything
else. He took a patient who came to him with what he
called a typical, classical case of infectious grippe.
He went into the sinus cavities and took what they call
a "culture"; that was a cluster of millions of
hoemeplitic staphylococus aureous germs.
The virus and hoemeplitic staphylococus aureous germs
were taken to his old professor, Dr. Hooker, Chief of
the Department of Immunology of Boston University and
there they were made into what was called bacteria,
which consisted of a virus but without the germ.
In other words, in the laboratory by rapid transplanting
of these germs in which the virus grew from contact of
rabbit blood to another, they increased the vitality,
you might- say, of the virus and then they'd feed that
back in with a nebulizer in the form of a substance. You
breathe back trillions of these viruses which are germ
Now this poor doctor, this poor individual was only
trying to find the answer to sinusitis.
He was treating sinus patients but, as was inevitable,
in would come patients who had collateral diseases and
he would find as the sinus infection would disappear, so
would the collateral diseases.
So then he started on his little road of discouragement.
He wrote a letter to the Massachusetts Medical Society.
He told them what he was finding and asked them to send
a committee up to his office to look into his work and
to collaborate with him in the research program. That's
where the trouble started. He got no co-operation---he
So as I sat in his living room after having been there a
couple of months, I said: "Doctor, let me help you. I
think I can get a few doctors from Concord that I know
well, to come on down here and look into your work. I go
fishing with them and they're pretty good fellows." He
smiled and said, "Go to it."
He knew the answer. I went back to Concord and told
these doctors what was going on and said:
"Every Wednesday afternoon on your day off, I'll drive
you down in my car about 60 miles, and you can spend a
few hours there with me."
Of the 38 doctor's in Concord, none went down.
They gave different reasons but they all refused and
declined to go. So then I wrote a letter to the ten
counties in New Hampshire of the Medical Association, a
short letter referring to biology and Dr.Lincoln's work
and saying that Dr. Lincoln would be very glad to come
before your next meeting or any other meeting and either
read a formal
paper or discuss his work informally with you as you
Of the ten letters I wrote to these counties, I got
exactly no replies.
However, two days after I wrote that letter, my
secretary received a telephone call from the Secretary
of the New Hampshire Medical Society saying from now on
if Mr. Tobey writes to any county medical society he is
to send us a copy of his letter.
My father in the Senate wrote letters, personal letters,
to more than 100 cancer research institutions in the
United States who were the recipients of cancer research
funds appropriated by the Congress.
He invited each one to send one or more doctors to the
Lincoln Clinic in Medford, Massachusetts, to look into
this work and, again, exactly none of them responded.
Not one of a hundred.
The American Cancer Society had a president named Dr.
Cameron who publicly dictated: "I am opposed to any form
of cancer treatment except X-Ray, Radium and Surgery."
There is the American Cancer Society with its officers
sitting on the lid of any independent cancer research
program and just take a guess at the total amount of
money and net profits received from x-ray therapy, from
surgery and from radium and there's the President of
that society saying he's opposed to any medical therapy
except those three money makers.
The National Research Council is the greatest body of
researchers in the country.
Nineteen months ago after pressure from a number of
letters received from United States Senators, they
agreed to run a central hospital study program of the
Lincoln treatment in Philadelphia, simultaneously in
four hospitals. That was 19 months ago and it has not as
yet come in.
A year ago last spring, I sat in a room in Swarthmore,
Pa., where a group of doctors from the midwest, who were
research fellows of the Lincoln Foundation, brought in
x-ray photographs of patients receiving the treatment.
By request, they took an x-ray photograph of the
cancerous area once a month, month after month.
You've seen a picture of a movie where they take a
picture of a flower growing every hour or every two
hours and then put it on the movie screen and you see it
To my eyes, it was just like that in reverse. You'd see
a malignant condition of cancer-say of the
lung-gradually it would grow smaller and smaller and
then it seemed to break into three small pieces and the
final x-ray photograph showed none whatever.
A year ago last Fall they x-rayed me hoping to find that
Dr. Lincoln hadn't done a good job. They did it in
Concord at the request of a Concord surgeon. They
couldn't find a scintilla of any cancerous tissue in my
body! And yet, the doctors who treated me and gave me no
hope refused to go down 60 miles to look into this
A doctor in New Hampshire, named Dr. Matthews, a young
fellow my age, 43 years old, a graduate of McGill
University Medical School, went down at the request of a
friend of his and then came to me after being down
there three days and said:
"Charles, I know I'm sticking my neck out here in
Concord but my conscience wouldn't be right if I didn't
take this treatment on and help my patients."
He did just that. His practice increased and he came to
me and said:
"Charles, it's getting embarrassing and a little bit
touchy. I treat a woman for colitis, who has gone to all
the doctors in Concord almost, lost all her money to
them. They've told her they couldn't do anything for
her, and inside of three weeks I have her eating normal
meals. She tells her friends and they go back to the
doctors and say:
"'You were wrong and Dr. Matthews is right.' It's
getting pretty rough."
After about nine months of this, Dr. Matthews received a
call to appear before the hospital staff of the Concord,
N. H. Hospital where, for about two hours they gave him
a rough time and talking about having his license taken
away. And they made him promise to give up the treatment
and told him if he treated one single patient, the next
morning they would take immediate steps to remove his
license to practice medicine. I'm telling you the truth
because I had Dr. Matthews in court testifying on this
Now there are innocent doctors. I'm not charging them
personally, but I say they are the innocent victims of a
political machine, the A. M. A.. and they think they are
doing the right thing.
Now I'm going to give you a first-hand report on
something that is almost unbelievable to have occurred
and to have been allowed to occur here in the United
States of America, which we say is the hope of the
Out in Chicago, there was a man, a doctor, of national
repute, specialist in cancer. His name is Dr. Andrew C.
Ivy. He is Vice President of the University of Illinois
School of Medicine. He was so big in the medical world
that he was a member of the Board of Directors of the
American Cancer Society. He came across a medication
krebiozen. I know nothing about it and I'm not here to
say whether it's good or not. But I am here to say that
Dr. Ivy in that medical school treated hundreds of
cancer cases and kept meticulous reports and he had the
same being done by more than 100 doctors in Chicago and
in other states. He made a report and said he thought
krebiozen was the answer to some forms of cancer.
Here's what happened. A high official of the American
Medical Association went to Dr. Ivy after having looked
into it personally, and he made an offer on behalf of
two Chicago business friends of $2,500,000 for exclusive
distribution rights to krebiozen.
Dr. Ivy's reply was that when his investigation was
completed, he was going to make it available to nobody
exclusively but to all who wanted it so it wouldn't be
sold for $50 a shot instead of $5.
Then what happened?
The next thing that Dr. Ivy knew---and bear in mind he
was a top man in the medical world and a powerful
one--he was called before the Board of Grievances of the
Chicago Medical Society. He was charged with using a
worthless drug for cancer. He was suspended with the
resultant publicity for unethical-conduct as a doctor.
Two articles appeared in the A.M. A. Journal condemning
Dr. Ivy and his use of krebiozen.
This after $2,500,000 had been offered surreptitiously
for distribution rights. The President of the University
of Illinois suddenly came and told him he'd have to quit
using the medical school for this research project. So
Dr. Ivy had to leave the University and continue his
research work elsewhere.
I'm pleased to say that Benedict Fitzgerald who was
appointed investigator for the Senate Interstate
Commerce Commission by my father went to Chicago, sat
down with the Board of Trustees of the University (and
by the way, Red Grange was one of the Trustees) and they
took a vote, ousted the President of the University, and
put Dr. Ivy back in.
Last year my father, as Chairman of the Interstate and
Foreign Commerce Committee, thru the cooperation of
Attorney General Brownell, obtained the services of Mr.
Benedict Fitzgerald as an investigator.
Mr. Fitzgerald at that time was one of the top
investigators for the Department of Justice. Mr.
Fitzgerald went to Chicago and looked into the Dr. Ivy
testimony and into this other A.M.A. official. He went
to other parts of the country and he made a report.
My father died in July. None of the other members of
this Investigation Committee knew of this investigation
going on because we didn't want the A M. A. officials to
go to work on the Senators to get Fitzgerald kicked
out before he got the goods on them.
Ahout four days after my father's death, Mr. Fitzgerald
was summoned to the office of Senator Bricker who
succeeded my father as chairman of the committee. Mr.
Fitzgerald was told to file a brief report, to lay low,
not to interview the press or talk to anyone about his
findings and was promised that if he did that, he would
be taken care of. I got that from Mr. Fitzgerald at
Instead of that, Mr. Fitzgerald drew up this report
about seven or eight pages 1ong--ordinary pages-he told
the truth and named names and places.
He filed that report with Senator Bricker and with every
member of the Committee. About two weeks ago he got a
letter from the Department of Justice saying they are
sorry but they are unable to give him his Job back as an
Investigator. Senator Bricker is a powerful man in
Washington. He is Mr. A. M. A. in the Senate.
Now follow this and try to get the reasoning behind it.
About five days after Senator Bricker fired Fitzgerald
and called the investigation to an immediate halt, he
received a letter of congratulations and guess who wrote
the letter? Mr. John Teeter, Executive Director of the
Damon Runyon Fund.
My father at one time wrote to the Damon Runyon Fund and
called for receipts and expenditures-he never got it
Mr. Fitzgerald's investigation was destined to lead to
the door-step of the Damon Runyon Fund and they knew
it---and they congratulated Senator Bricker for calling
the investigation to an immediate halt. Now, that
happened here in America and yet few many people know
Following the termination of the investigation in the
Senate when Senator Bricker got thousands of letters to
take the heat off that Senate Committee, the House
Committee on Interstate Commerce announced that they
would hold hearings on health.
Congressman Woolverton of Camden, N. J. is the Chairman
of that Committee.
I was amazed, and I think you will be when you hear it,
to find that they scheduled a hearing to start October
2nd and that Mr. John Teeter of the Damon Runyon Fund
had been appointed official adviser of the Committee.
I went down there to see what was going on. They had a
room with the chairman sitting, say here. The members of
the committee in a horseshoe around him, a bunch of
chairs near the front for the doctors of the A. M. A.
and the governors who sat---the so-called experts on
Sitting right below Congress-man Woolverton was this
John Teeter of the Damon Runyon Fund, busy as a bee,
writing notes on a piece of paper and handing them back
to Mr. Woolverton telling him what questions to ask and
how to commend the doctors for the great work they are
doing for humanity.
I stood that for a day and a half and then I went to the
office of a congressman and asked for the use of his
secretary and I dictated a statement and copies thereof.
I saw Congressman Woolverton at noontime and said: "This
is a pink tea party. Every doctor gets up and tells what
they are doing and then the other doctors got up and
commend them and I say you commend them too. It's the
same kind of stuff that's been going on for ten years
and as far as you're concerned it will go on for twenty
I said: "Dr. Ivy is in the audience. Why don't you put
him on that panel and let him ask these other doctors a
few questions? Dr. Lincoln is in this audience, why
don't you allow him to do so?"
He declined to do it. Mr. Teeter was there and he nudged
me and said, "How are you doing Mr. Tobey?"
So I prepared this report. On the second afternoon Mr.
Woolverton, the Chairman, turned to the other doctors
and asked them, "Any further questions ?"
He was only addressing them but I stood up from near the
back of the room and said, "Mr. Chairman."
He looked up and down again and started to go on with
So this time a little louder I said, "Mr. Chairman."
He had to recognize me so I said, "My name is Charles W.
He banged his gavel and said, "Do you rise to ask a
question or to give information?"
I said, "I rise to give information that this committee
should have before the day is ended."
He banged his gavel and said "Sit down."
And, I sat down. However, I walked over to the Press
table and gave them copies of the statement Mr.
Woolverton had refused to listen to.
The time today is ripe---r-i-p-e to get a public
congressional investigation. About two months ago I had
about 20,000 copies of the Fitzgerald report printed. I
sent them around the country to my father's mailing list
and I've had requests from people like you-"please send
me three copies, five, twenty, a hundred."
Five orders have come in for a thousand apiece. In a
county in the state of Iowa, the offices of that county
chapter of the American Cancer Society wrote to me and
asked for copies. A member of Congress wrote to me and
said "Send a copy of that report to every member of
Congress and I'm going to talk to them when I return in
A member of the Senate wrote to me and said "I'm glad to
see that you are carrying on the fight that your father
started. Hope you will never quit. Come and see me when
you come to Washington."
Those things wouldn't have happened five years ago but
the Veterans and all sorts of groups who pay thru the
nose for hospital bills and all sorts of surgery are
beginning to learn that the A. M. A. is a group that
should be smashed hard enough by those who know how to
Here's how to do it. See me after this meeting;
otherwise just write to me. Charles W. Tobey, Jr.,
Concord, N. H. will get me, and ask for a copy of the
Fitzgerald report. Take excerpts from it and
quote them in a letter to your two senators from your
state and to the congressman from your district---ask
the congressman who is coming up for re-election if he
will sponsor a resolution---which means introduce a
resolution---to make the Fitzgerald report a public
document and if he will sponsor another resolution for -
an investigation by Congress of the A.M.A. I'll
tell you how to do it. I'll say this-that I'm about
done---not physically however.
If either major political party would dare to do it,
they could win the next National election on this issue.
The members of Congress and Senate and Candidates. the
National Committee-men should use the Press Radio, TV,
Periodicals, Newspapers and the phone: they could stomp
their districts and they could read the story about what
this high A.M.A. official did in offering $2,500,000
bribe and how the A.M.A. tried to break that man down
and are still doing it.
They could be told exactly this statement by Dr. Heller
at the committee on Interstate Commerce of the House
last October 2nd. Dr. Heller made this statement as
President of the National Cancer Institute and here's
his sworn testimony:
"Mr. Chairman: Of the present population in the United
States, 50 million will become involved with cancer."
Fifty million out of a hundred and sixty million. There
wouldn't be any audience in this country where there
wouldn't be a man or woman who either had a husband or
wife, father, mother, daughter or on who had been the
victim of cancer or at least wouldn't be worried every
day the wife might come and say "I have a lump in my
They'd listen if that congressman would say, "When I go
to Washington I will fight fearlessly and earnestly and
untiringly until we smash the A.M.A. and give you people
a chance to have progress in medicine in the future in
this United States."
I say this in conclusion, when the average voter went
into the privacy of the voting booth, he'd say to
himself, "Well, I don't like too much about what the
party has done on other things but I'm going to play it
safe--I'm going to vote for that man for public office
and send him to Washington."
That's what you can accomplish in the United States if
we all get busy and write letters to the congressmen and
to the senators.
The Lincoln Foundation was pursuing a new course this
mouth. The Lincoln treatment for cancer received wide
attention as the result of a campaign on its behalf by
Charles Tobey, Jr.
Tobey credits the treatment with saving his life.
Since the death of Dr. Robert Lincoln in January 1954,
the foundation has been reorganized. Its new policy is
to avoid publicity and to avoid public criticism of
American Medical Association orthodoxy.
In this way, the Foundation's medical director, Dr.
Ernest Mills, hopes to "establish cordial relations with
the medical groups concerned and-to clear up previous
In a letter published in the New England Journal of
Medicine, Mills revealed for' the first time the origin
and identity of the bacteriophage as well as the
staphylococcal strains used in the preparation of the
lysates used in the Lincoln treatment.
Source: The Arlin J. Brown Information Center, Inc. P.O.
Box 251, Fort
Belvoir, Virginia 22060
officinale), or common comfrey, has been known by many
names, including boneset, knitbone, bruisewort, black
wort, salsify, ass ear, wall wort, slippery root, gum
plant, healing herb, consound, or knit back. This
distinctive herb, considered by the English herbalist
Culpeper to be "under the dominion of the moon," is a
member of the Boraginaceae family. The genus name
Symphytum is from the Greek word sympho meaning to
unite. The common name comfrey is from the Latin
confirmare meaning to join together. The herb is named
after its traditional folk use in compress and poultice
preparations to speed the healing of fractures, broken
bones, bruises, and burns. Comfrey is a perennial native
of Europe and Asia and has been naturalized throughout
North America. There are about 25 species of the herb,
including prickly comfrey (S. asperum) and Russian
comfrey (S. × uplandicum, known as okopnik). In Russian
medicine, the herb is considered poisonous when used
Comfrey grows well in rich, moist, low meadows, or
along ponds and river banks, where it may reach a height
of 4 ft (1.2 m). Comfrey root is large, branching, and
black on the outside with a creamy white interior
containing a slimy mucilage. Hollow, erect stems, also
containing mucilage, are covered with bristly hairs that
cause itching when in contact with the skin. The thick,
somewhat succulent, veined leaves are covered with rough
hairs. They are alternate and lance shaped, with lower
leaves as large as 10 in (25 cm) in length, and dark
green on top and light green on the underside. Small,
bell-shaped flowers grow from the axils of the smaller,
upper leaves on red stalks. Flowers are mauve to violet
and form in dense, hanging clusters, blooming in summer.
The cup-like fruits each contain four small, black
Comfrey root and other parts of the herb have been
valued medicinally for more than 2,000 years. The
specific name officinale designates its inclusion in
early lists of official medicinal herbs. Comfrey has
been prepared as a poultice or compress with healing
properties for blunt injuries, fractures, swollen
bruises, boils, carbuncles, varicose ulcers, and burns.
The external application of comfrey preparations may
minimize the formation of scar tissue. Poultices were
also applied to ease breast pain in breast-feeding
women. Comfrey, taken internally as a tea or expressed
juice, has been used to soothe ulcers, hernias, colitis,
and to stop internal bleeding. As a gargle it has been
used to treat mouth sores and bleeding gums. The herbal
tea has also been used to treat nasal congestion and
inflammation, diarrhea, and to quiet coughing. The hot,
pulped root, applied externally, was used to treat
bronchitis, pleurisy, and to reduce pain and
inflammation of sprains.
The herb is thought to loosen congestion, soothe
irritated membranes and skin, reduce bleeding, tighten
tissues, and heal wounds. The allantoin in comfrey,
found most abundantly in the flowering tops, has been
identified as the source of much of the herb's healing
actions. Comfrey, applied externally to superficial
wounds, promotes the healing of connective tissue,
bones, and cartilage. Other constituents found in
comfrey include tannins, resin, essential oil, gum,
carotene, rosmarinic acid, choline, glycosides, sugars,
betea-sitosterol, and steroidal saponins.
Comfrey contains vitamins A and B12, and is high in
calcium, potassium, and phosphorus. The herb has long
been used as a cooked green vegetable in early spring,
and the fresh, young leaves have been added to salads.
The widespread suffering caused by the Irish potato
famine of the 1840s motivated Henry Doubleday, an
Englishman, to fund research into comfrey's potential as
a nutritional food crop. Farmers have valued comfrey as
a nutritious fodder for cattle. When the leaves are
soaked in rainwater for a few weeks, they will produce a
valuable fertilizer for the garden, especially
beneficial to tomatoes and potatoes.
Modern herbalists, however, disagree strongly about
comfrey's safety, particularly when herbal preparations
are taken internally. A Japanese study in 1968
implicated comfrey constituents (known as pyrrolizidine
alkaloids) as being toxic to the liver even when taken
in small amounts. The study involved large amounts of
comfrey extract rather than the whole herb. The most
toxic of these pyrrolizidine alkaloids, according to
Varro Tyler of the Purdue University School of Pharmacy,
is echimidine. This alkaloid is found primarily in
Russian comfrey and prickly comfrey rather than the
common comfrey. However, Tyler cautions that other
alkaloids toxic to the liver are present in common
comfrey, and commercial preparations may not distinguish
between the types of comfrey contained in the products
offered for sale. Herbal products containing echimidine
are prohibited for sale in Canada as medicines. In fact,
all comfrey products made from the root, which contains
a higher concentration of pyrrolizidine alkaloids, are
restricted in Canada.
A 1978 Australian study reported that rats fed a large
diet of comfrey leaf developed liver cancer. The
research literature has reported some cases of liver
toxicity attributed to long-term, internal use of
comfrey. However, some Japanese doctors still continue
to recommend a vinegar extract of comfrey to treat cases
of cirrhosis of the liver, despite these previous
research findings of the hazards associated with
internal use. The research on the safety and
effectiveness of comfrey as a medicine continues with
some conflicting research results. In Germany, where
standardized comfrey remedies are commercially
available, the allowed dosage and duration of treatment
is regulated. In the United States, however, commercial
preparations may not be standardized to meet these
After reading this article I am convinced that the
toxic comfrey is Russian comfrey that is not used
in herbal combinations such as Dr. Christopher products
and others in the US.
I know that our companies know the difference.
Article taken from Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative
Medicine by Clare Hanrahan & found at
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