This documentary is about a former coal miner Harry M. Hoxey, whose family’s herbal recipe has claimed as a medicine for cancer. He start his first clinic in 1924 and by the mid of 1950s he expended to 17 states. Meanwhile he combats constantly organized medicine that labeled him a mountebank.
Supporters of Hoxey point out that he was an arrest victim leaded by the exponents of established medical practices. They give equal weight to the interviews of satisfied patients with the results of contentious treatment and to the physicians from the FDA and the AMA.
A clinic in Mexico claims a rate of an 80% success. It is evident that cancer is constantly one of the more dreadful diseases of mankind, and that research and development is dominated by political and economic forces.