The FTC Strikes on Corrupt Cancer Charities for Fraud

Even donors are being duped left and right


by Christina Sarich

Natural Society previously exposed how the Susan G. Komen foundation has ties to the pharmaceutical industry, and the American Cancer Society hardly helps to find a ‘cure’ for cancer. In addition to these realizations, people should know that cancer charities dupe donors in numerous ways, some of them bordering on fraud.

In recent news, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), along with the Attorneys General in 50 states, filed charges alleging that four different cancer charities had committed fraud. Two of these charities, the Breast Cancer Society and the Children’s Cancer Fund, are two that were accused, and have gone belly-up due to the exposure.

The lawsuit will also ‘outs’ founder James Reynolds Sr. and the Cancer Fund of America who were using approximately 96% of the donations they received on themselves, or to fund ‘private’ fundraisers. Maybe 3% went to helping find a cure or cancer, or to help cancer patients in any way.

It isn’t a surprise to many people that cancer charities are at the top of the criminal circles running the ‘sick-care’ industry in America.

Samuel Epstein, M.D. is among many writers who have exposed the cancer industry for what it really is – a total racket. His book titled National Cancer Institute and American Cancer Society: Criminal Indifference to Cancer Prevention and Conflicts of Interest, details the undeniable ties between cancer charities and pharmaceutical companies, and outlines a very clear conflict-of interest.



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