and the Story of How we Got Here
My name is Steven Warrenfeltz, and the guide is my site to help those who want an honest approach to bullion investment.
The other side of this guide is my way of fulfilling a promise to a childhood friend who died of cancer.
That promise was that I do whenever I could to support Cancer Research and try to help rid this world of this horrible disease.
The guide is my effort to make a bigger impact against the disease by combining what I love, 'investing,' while fulfilling the promise.
The guide first came online in March of 2011, but it didn't start to raise money for cancer research until March of 2012.
I wanted to build the bullion side guide for a year before I acknowledged my full intentions for the site
Although I knew I was going to devote a portion of the guide to Nano-particle Cancer Research, I didn't know exactly how I was going to do it.
My original thought was to sponsor St. Judes Children's Hospital to honor the memory of a childhood friend who died of Leukemia, while at the same time bringing awareness to a Nano-Tech Cancer Research.
I fully support St. Judes Children's Hospital's Mission, which is to give children who have Cancer and other diseases full care - absolutely free.
I just disagree with them in one area, their advertising, in almost all of their advertisements they show bald children. If cancer caused hair loss, I would not have a problem, but it doesn't - chemotherapy does.
I believe Cancer should be treated by killing the cancer cells, not the healthy cells, but chemotherapy and radiation does not decipher between the two, it attacks both types of cells; which is why those who are treated with chemotherapy lose their hair.
That is why, at the time, I did not support St. Judes Children's Hospital and looked for others who were looking for a better way to treat cancer.
Then one day I was listening to the radio and heard an interview with Mark Neidig who at the time was the Executive Director of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation.
The Kanzius Foundation was a foundation who's cancer research revolved around finding a less harmful way to treat cancer using Nano Particles (usually gold) and Radiowave therapy.
Before the interview was over, I was on the Kanzius Foundation's website learning more about their research and a few days later I had contacted Mark Neidig and told him I wanted to help them raise funds through this website.
The following email is a copy of my first email to Mark Neidig;
Sent: Friday, February 17, 2012 8:21 AM
To: Mark Neidig
Subject: FW: kanziuscancerresearch.com - Contact
Name: Steven Warrenfeltz
Message: Hello, My name is Steven Warrenfeltz, for the past year I have been creating a website called www.Free-Bullion-Investment-Guide.com. On the surface it looks like an investment guide.
However, since I thought up the idea to create the site, I've always intended it to fund Research for Cancer. The funding will come from affilliates / advertisers that sign up with the guide (ie: bullion dealers, amazon.com, etc.)
I am currently working on the pages that will inform the visitors to the guide of its two missions. Its two missions are 1)To make people more aware of how gold and other precious metals can save their savings. and 2) To make people aware of how gold could one day cure cancer and to fund the research to make it happen.
For the past year I have been building the site to full-fill its first mission although more pages are going to be built.
By full-filling the second mission I am currently constructing a page on John Kanzius and his invention. I intend to give at least 50% of gross revenue that the guide generates to the Kanzius Research Foundation and St. Judes in honor of a promise I made to a friend that I lost from Cancer as a kid.
I currently only have one question and that is; Can I use the Kanzius logo for the new page I am creating and plan to have up by this Sunday.
And just so you know I currently am not generating any revenue through the site, however after Sunday, I intend to change that.
Thank you for your time,
Kind Regards, Steven Warrenfeltz
The following is his response and for full disclosure, it was actually Mr. Mark Neidig's idea of a Ledger, he didn't call it that but he asks me in his response; How am I going to report the guide's funding?
On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 9:11 AM,
Mark Neidig wrote:
Hello Mr. Warrenfeltz!
Thank you so much for your email. How interesting!!!
A couple things I want you to be aware of:
1. We are currently funding some research utilizing silver and carbon (just so you know). Gold may not be the only metal used.
2. We are beginning pediatric cancer studies this year.
I am SOOOO excited. Especially since this is what prompted John to develop the treatment concept.
We can certainly provide the Kanzius logo (SPREAD THE WAVE) before you go live.
How will you report the funding to the Foundation and how often will checks be sent? We have to set up a checks and balance for each of our cause related initiatives to assure transparency.
THANKS for your answers and again, thank you for think of the Kanzius research!
Mark A. Neidig, Sr. CFRM Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation Executive
After more correspondence, we agreed that the guide would report its earnings and donations in a Ledger and for the next two years, the Guide exclusively sponsored the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation.
Then on May 20th I found out that the Kanzius Foundation was Closing, it was a big surprise that they were closing.
I knew that since the foundation's creation that once the treatment was accepted for human trials, the foundation would close. But I received no forewarning of this announcement.
Furthermore, they were about to apply to the FDA for Adult trials with John Kanzius's radio-wave machine in combination with using gold nano-particles. But, they hadn't been approved yet, in addition, FDA Human trials take years to complete (in most cases).
I later found out, that a company that Dr. Steven Curley has very close ties with, bought the Kanzius Radio-wave machine and all the rights to it.
The company that bought the rights to the Kanzius Radiowave machine was called 'AkesoGenX' here is a facebook photo of the co-founders together. (One of the individuals in this photo is of Dr. Steven Curley, see next section)
The Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation officially closed on June 30th of 2014.
You can learn more about the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation and the man it was named after 'here.'
July of 2014, was when the guide started to sponsor Dr. Steven Curley at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Steven Curley was one of the lead researchers for the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation and after it closed.
Dr. Steven Curley is the head of Kanzius Research at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
He had personally promised John Kanzius before he died that he'd devote much of his work towards proving his machine with Gold NanoParticles would be a better way to treat cancer.
For a little over the next year, I fully supported Dr. Curley and all of his work and gave regular updates on the guide's ledger page about his progress.
However, on September 16th, 2015, I read the following article: Kanzius Researchers Receive $9 million Grant for Human Trials, (this article has since been removed).
However in the original article, it said that Dr. Curley was no longer using Gold-Nano particles in his research and that he was going to start using 'traditional chemotherapy' with the Kanzius Radiowave machine.
Here is a revised version of the article: Curley awarded $9 million grant
This was a complete contradiction of Dr. Curley's stated promise to John Kanzius and those of the Kanzius Foundation. Furthermore, I could no longer in good conscience support his work and I sent him an email explaining this to him.
The following is Dr. Steven Curley's response to my email (with some editing):
"I have worked on this for 11 years, and it has not been easy. Our new findings show we can get excellent effects with very low doses of chemotherapy so the side effects usually associated with chemotherapy are avoided."
"We are still working on the nanoparticles, too, but with the path we are now taking I have the chance to get John’s ideas into clinical trials next year and if the results are positive, we can have approval to use the device for all patients within 3-4 years. At that point we can begin trials using the nanoparticles, also. Conversely, using the combined targeted nanoparticle approach with the RF now will require an estimated 8-10 years to get the device approved. Which route do you think makes more sense? Getting nanoparticle-based therapy into patients in 3-4 years versus 8-10 years?" Steven Curley
To see the full exchange click here.
Furthermore, I did not reply to his email because it wasn't worth it, I'm done dealing with those who stretch the truth for their own gain.
I respect Dr. Curley for the lives he has helped and saved as an Oncology Surgeon, and that is where my respect for him ends.
Below, I've added more information about Dr. Curley that I did not originally disclose when I posted my response to Dr. Curley's email on the ledger page. (I had lost it in my email account)
The information I am about to reveal to you is from an earlier email from Dr. Curley. It was in response to an email I had received from one of the guide's visitors who questioned Dr. Curley's work and his relationship with AkesoGenX.
In the email, I've underlined a interesting comment made by Dr. Steven Curley.
"AkesoGenX and Neotherma Oncology are one and the same, the name just officially changed to Neotherma Oncology this week. We just received on July 14 a 3-year grant to support the basic science studies supporting clinical trials in human patients. This does not mean it will take 3 years to initiate human clinical trials, in fact we are on track to begin human trials in mid-2016. The work in the lab is critical to proving mechanisms of action and to assure we understand and minimize any risks and toxicities."
As of this date (11/07/2016), Dr. Steven Curley has not received approval from the FDA or any other international institutions to begin Human Trials with the Kanzius Radiowave machine.
In April of 2016, Dr. Curley's tweeted this tweet.
By the looks of it someone could wonder...Where did the money for his research go too?
The $9 million dollar grant was meant to go towards research to begin human clinical trials in 2016, happened as he stated in his email, to me, from September (2015) and in this BCM article.
After the debacle dealing with Dr. Curley, I decided to change who the guide was going to support, I decided to send funds directly to Cancer Patients, instead of the researchers.
From September 2015 to June 2016 the guide sponsored these individuals who are fighting cancer:
September 2015 - Donation went going to St. Judes Children's Hospital
October 2015 - Donation went going to Shirley Mae Breast Cancer Assistance Fund
November 2015 - Donation went going to the Becerra Family @GoFundMe.com
December 2015 - Donation went going to St. Judes Children's Hospital
January 2016 - Donation went going to Mrs. Danielle Van
February 2016 - Donation went going to Maxine Chadwick
March 2016 - Donation went going to Jeffrey E Barnes
April 2016 - Donation went going to Anthony Curiel
May 2016 - Donation went going to Mary Ann Quintos
The following was stated on the guide's 51st Ledger entry on June 11th, 2016 (with some editing), about why I am changing our sponsorship, again.
I want to let you know that I've made what I hope is a final change in who this guide sponsors/supports.
The guide is now supporting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, this support will be consistent, month after month and will not change.
I'm moving away from sponsoring individuals through crowdfunding sites because I find myself moving away from one of the biggest reasons why I started this site; which was to make people aware of how Nano-particle Cancer Research is a better way to treat cancer, than traditional treatments.
I've stated before, in previous ledger entries, that I disagree with the way St. Jude Children's Hospital advertises; using bald children.
Chemotherapy, not cancer causes baldness, and to advertise with bald children is more an advertisement for chemotherapy than anything else.
But, I believe you can't change someone's mind by complaining about them, then walking away.
I need to contact them and convince them there is a better way, and that traditional radiation/chemotherapy isn't the only way to treat this disease.
So that is why I am going to contact St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's management and research departments about cancer research using Nano-particles (gold and other Nano-particles), to get them to take up or fund this research.
I will let you know on this page when I get responses and what those responses are when they happen.
Before I move on, I want to stat that I believe in what St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is doing, which is taking a big burden off the parents of the children who have cancer by paying 100% for their care at the hospital.
Since I decided to change who the guide supports, I've been working on a cancer awareness page for all the different types of cancer.
The Cancer Awareness page includes each type of Cancer Awareness Month, Ribbon, a summary about it, other useful resources about each cancer and crowdfunding pages to individuals who need help during their battles against the disease.
I completed the page on 6/18, you can click this 'Awareness' link or the 'Awareness' button on the Navigation Bar under the Heading 'Fighting Cancer' to see the full page.
I will keep you updated on my work on the Ledger page.
Thank you for your time.
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