The Special Virus Cancer Program ("SVCP") 445 page text published exclusively for "insiders" in August 1972 is MUST READNG for any serious cancer researcher. Published and censored by the Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention of the National Cancer Institute, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Institute of Health, this volume was recovered by Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz in a most amazing way as detailed HERE.
The SVCP was a largely-funded mostly-secret academic/scientific effort at the heart of President Nixon's "War on Cancer." It lays the foundation for understanding how and why the growing global CANCER CRISIS emerged, directly from the officials involved. For cancer patients, their doctors, and serious researchers it provides invaluable intelligence on the emergence of various types of leukemia, lymphomas, sarcomas, breast cancer, prostate cancer, esophageal cancers, cancers in cats and dogs, and more.
MOST IMPORTANTLY, this text reveals the cancer virus and vaccination experiments and governmental contracts by which civilization now faces threatened extinction by way of genetic recombinations and environmental intoxications. For example, the experiments that gave rise to HIV/AIDS, Ebola, the many hepatitis viruses are detailed in the text explanations and contracts. Today, the soft tissue cancers linked to Epstein-Barr and herpes B viruses--common vaccination contaminants--are best explained in the expert reports compiled in this text.
The SVCP 1972 Report includes an "Introduction" and explanation of the "Organization" of the researchers written by J.B. Moloney of the Office of the Associate Scientific Director for Viral Ocology. Sections include:
A Directory completes the text, citing each Contractor, including their names, addresses and contact information, along with an extensive list of their scientific publications.
Obviously, this intelligence and public record is exquisitely important not only in healthcare and science, but for medical-legal investigators advancing class action lawsuits for compensating SVCP program victims.
(Note: This volume is only available in pdf downloadable format at the present time.)