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Harry Hoxsey Begins His Healing Journey at His Father’s Deathbed
When Harry was 18 years old, his father suddenly took ill. As he lay dying, he gave Harry the secret family tonic with the power to effectively treat cancer. His father made Harry promise to give this treatment to patients everywhere who could not afford conventional medical treatment, all the while warning him that the medical establishment would not take lightly this alternative treatment.
Unsure until then what he would do with his life, Harry determined then and there that he would become a medical doctor so he could legally use his family’s alternative tonic to save lives. The Hoxsey family was not rich, and the idea of one of their sons going to college never entered anyone’s plans.
So Harry Hoxsey began to save every penny he could while working any odd job he could find. Taxi driver, insurance salesman, even coal miner—Harry did them all, stashing his savings in an old cigar box marked “College.”
Then one night in 1921, Harry’s plans were pushed forward by an unexpected visitor. An old friend of his father came to Harry insisting he use the secret tonic on his tumors. Harry was reluctant to practice medicine without a license, but the man was persistent. “The first thing doctors learn,” he pleaded to Harry, “is that human life is sacred.” Harry hesitated, but finally acquiesced.
As more patients came to him, Harry opened his first clinic in 1924 in Taylorville, Illinois. By 1936, despite nearly continuous efforts by the medical establishment to thwart him, Harry had clinics in 17 states, endorsed by doctors, senators, and judges. Two federal courts had upheld Harry’s right to treat cancer patients regardless of income or background. By 1950, Harry’s Dallas clinic was the largest privately owned cancer center in the world……………………………………