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Friday, September 30, 2011

Aspartame:Tumours and Cancer

Here is another study in PDF: This one was shredded by G. D. Searle and FDA doesn't release them. Some pages are missing but there is enough for you to see the cancers Searle didn't want you to see. The Task Force and Bressler Report exposed that G. D. Searle filtered out the cancers and anything they didn't want FDA to see, but they were caught!

I just sent this study to Ed Johnson, an attorney who worked in the Justice Department before he started using aspartame and suffered brain tumors. I wanted him to see all the pituitary tumors they found. After reading this he said: " I noted a large number of significant discrepancies listed in the pre-notes. So significant in fact that they indicate gross negligence and incompetence on the part of the so-called "researchers."

Indeed that is the case with G. D. Searle's original studies. So much so that on January 10, 1977 in a 33 page letter, FDA Chief Counsel Richard Merrill recommended to U. S. Attorney Sam Skimmer that a grand jury investigate Searle for "apparent violations of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act 21 U,.S.C. 331 (e) and the False Reports to the Government Act 18 U.S.C. 1001 for "their willful and knowing failure to make reports to the Food and Drug Administration required by the Act 21 U.S.C. 355 (i), and for concealing material facts and making false statements in reports of animal studies conducted to establish the safety of (aspartame)." The FDA called special attention to studies investigating the effect of NutraSweet on monkeys and hamsters.

G. D. Searle was not indicted because the defense lawyers hired both U.S. Prosecutors, Sam Skinner and William Conlon, then the statute of limitations expired. Donald Rumsfeld was hired by G. D. Searle to get aspartame approved because the FDA had tried to have them indicted for fraud, and the petition for approval they revoked.

FDA toxicologist, Dr. Adrian Gross told Congress that FDA violated the Delaney Amendment which forbids putting anything in food you that will cause cancer, and the FDA should not have been able to establish an allowable daily intake. His last words were "if the FDA violates its own laws who is left to protect the public.?" You can understand why they tried to destroy the studies proving aspartame is a carcinogen, causes birth defects and other problems.

You may have heard this before but now you actually see what one of their studies looks like, and the way they did studies. Aspartame was never proven safe and can't be proven safe. Poisons kill. Almost 100 % of independent studies show aspartame is unsafe. These are the studies of the 70's. James Turner, Atty, I think had most, although some were given to another attorney. If you read the congressional record they were discussed.

Here is a link to the congressional records in PDF. and

The FDA knew aspartame is a carcinogen. It's all a matter of record. Dr. Morando Soffritti should get even more awards for his work, in letting the world know this poison causes cancer. It can't be hidden any longer. Too much is a matter of record.

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Founder
Mission Possible International
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Duluth, Georgia 30097
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Aspartame Toxicity Center,

Selections from Natural Health News

Sep 09, 2006
Aspartame is a molecule composed of three ingredients, aspartic acid,40% (an Excitotoxin as an isolate, product that stimulates the neurons of the brain to death causing brain damage), a methyl ester that immediately ...
Jul 11, 2010
EU-funded research has found that pregnant women who drink just one can of fizzy drinks containing artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, have a 37% higher risk of having a premature birth. Routinely drinking 4 or more ...
Feb 23, 2005
When aspartame was news, Dr. H. J. Roberts in a press conference foretold that in 5 or 10 years we would have a global plague. And it was Dr. Roberts who declared Aspartame Disease to be a global plague and published the ...
May 30, 2008
The use of the artificial sweetener, aspartame, has long been contemplated and studied by various researchers, and people are concerned about its negative effects. Aspartame is composed of phenylalanine (50%), ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When I was on my 'diet' a few years ago I was consuming sodas, and other drinks sweetened with aspartame; not too long after I broke out in hives on my chest and back. In all my 30+ years this is the only time I ever had an allergic reaction to something I consumed. My body rejected it for good reasons.