Phillip Day was born in England in 1960. He was educated at the leading British education establishments Selwyn and Charterhouse, and during his 20s, he was a successful entrepreneur, founding several businesses in the sales and marketing field. With a firm grounding in business and the ways of the media, Day’s research career began after he became interested in wars going on in the realms of health and politics over issues that were being deliberately withheld or misreported to the public.
Day’s research into AIDS and cancer, as two examples of the medical establishment’s entrenched scientific error and brazen profiteering to society’s great cost, has culminated in two books that have captured the public’s imagination around the world. These to publications are Cancer: Why We’re Still Dying To Know The Truth and World Without AIDS. Phillip’s latest book, Health Wars, deals with a whole spectrum of diseases, including cancer and heart disease, the causes and pathology of which make them simple and relatively straight-forward to combat. This information, deliberately not promoted by the medical establishment, forms the basis of the research and promotional work in which Day’s research and investigational units are engaged.
In his book, Cancer: Why We’re Still Dying To Know, Day explains that cancer will never be beaten by First World Medicine until the later acknowledges the disease’s link with nutritional deficiency and toxicity. His controversial book, which has made headlines in the United Kingdom, is the result of over 10 years’ research and explains the great news behind a special nutritional therapy seldom given any coverage in the press.
Vitamin B17 (Laetrile) Metabolic Therapy is a combined detoxification and nutritional regimen that has been used at home and in clinics for over 35 years to rid thousands of sufferers of all types of cancers. It is a 3-fold regimen that combats the disease through detoxification, optimal nutrition and the anti-cancer Vitamin B17 (Laetrile).
Thus, it can be said that cancer is a chronic metabolic deficiency disease – that is, people are getting cancer not because of something, but because of the absence of a natural substance they have eliminated from their diet: Vitamin B17 (Laetrile/Amygdalin).
Research since has proven that, just as with scurvy, pellagra, beriberi and pernicious anemia, when this missing dietary element (Vitamin B17) is reintroduced, it becomes almost impossible for that person to contract cancer.
Day heads up the publishing and research organization Credence, located in Kent, England, which draws on the work provided by researchers all over the world. Credence’s intention is to work with concerned establishments and organizations to resolve these life-threatening issues and to provide the necessary information for citizens to make their own informed choices in these vital matters.