I wonder why you publicly endorsed the work of Stanislav Burzynski. Is it your medical opinion that he is offering effective medical treatments and that it is beneficial for patients to pay large sums of money to enter his clinical trials for a treatment that has not been proven to work after 30 years of experimentation?
Putting aside issues of false hope and even patients having to fund someone else's medical research, if someone has an inoperable condition, surely their quality of life at the end of their life is of most importance. Are you aware of the conditions that Burzynski patients must live under to undergo the treatment?
In short, I feel you've publicly advertised something that the average clinician would advise against. Why is that? I'm curious.