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American Anti-Cancer Institute
| Against allopathy|
American Anti-Cancer Institute (AACI) is a tax-exempt organization founded in 2008 by Robert G. Wright, 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".
The American Anti-Cancer Institute has a similar format to Cancer Control Society and Cancer Tutor: “cancer whisperer” 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.
The AACI advisory-board includes arch-quack Dr Leonard Coldwell and chiropractor Dr. Veronique Desaulniers,, and did include cancer-counselor Bill Henderson who has since died of cancer.
- The American Anti-Cancer Institute website.
- Video of AACI's mustachioed Mr Wright being wrong about the so-called alkaline diet,
(Try to find Mr Wright's "alkaline fruits" on this list, i.e. those with a pH of above 7).
- AACI did trademark "PrimaNeuvera": their own-brand "botanical" treatment for people with cancer.
- Video of Mr Wright claiming "Prima Neuvera" has caused "thousands" of cancer sufferers to have "permanent remission".
- A Google-search for the name of doctor who is the vice-president of the AACI only yields one result.
- The American Anti-Cancer Institute promote the infamous Dr Stanisław Burzynski, (whose clinic is in Texas).
- The AACI describes the Mexican "Hope4Cancer" clinic as "one of the best".
- A record of the past income of the American Anti-Cancer Institute.
- Natural News reports AACI had agreed to participate in what turned out to be a fraudulent fundraiser.
- An archive copy of Mr Wright's profile on the AACI website.
- Paperback of "Killing Cancer — Not People" only $16
- AACI's Mr Wright promoted by Cancer Control Society.
- AACI promotes the "Cancer Tutor" website.
- The AACI did own the URL "TheCancerWhisperer".
- Mr Wright receiving a $30K donation from Ty Bollinger.
- Total revenue of AACI in 2015 was over $110K.
- An archive copy of Leonard Coldwell's profile on the AACI website.
- An archive copy of Veronique Desaulniers's profile on the AACI website.
- Archived tweet from "Dr V" promoting Amega "magic" wands.
- Bill Henderson was on the AACI advisory board in 2014.
- Bill Henderson died of cancer in 2016.