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American Anti-Cancer Institute

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American Anti-Cancer Institute (AACI) is a tax-exempt organization founded in 2008 by Robert G. Wright[1], purportedly to educate people about the "real truth about cancer". Wright is also the author of the 2011 book entitled making a killing from people with cancer "Killing Cancer - Not People".[2]

The American Anti-Cancer Institute has a similar format to Cancer Control Society[3] and Cancer Tutor[4]: “cancer whisperer”[5] Mr Wright informs people about alternative cancer treatments, free of charge, however he receives five-figure tax-free donations from the quacks he refers his clients to.[6][7]

The AACI advisory-board includes arch-quack Dr Leonard Coldwell[8] and chiropractor Dr. Veronique Desaulniers,[9][10], and did include cancer-counselor Bill Henderson[11] who has since died of cancer.[12]

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