Patricia Griffin

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"PATRICIA GRIFFIN, R.N., is the co-author (with John Richardson. M.D.) of Laetrile Case Histories; The Richardson Cancer Clinic Experience. This book contains 62 case histories proving beyond any doubt that Laetrile (Vitamin B-17) works in the control of cancer. One of its earlier editions was published by Bantam Books and sold over 100,000 copies. It has been updated since then and continues to have a major impact on the field of alternative (drugless) health care. A strong theme of this book is that the optimum treatment of any disease is impossible without freedom-of-choice for both patient and physician. Freedom-of-choice is one of the Three Commandmants of Freedom elsewhere on this site. Pat is a native Californian who grew up in Michigan. She was graduated from the University of Michigan School of Nursing. After working as a psychiatric nurse and in public health nursing, she returned to college and received her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Mount Saint Mary’s College in Los Angeles. She later attended UCLA and received a P.F.P. certification from the School of Business and Management. She lives in Southern California with her husband, G. Edward Griffin. She is one of the original members of Freedom Force, having signed her enrollment form on the first day of its existence, December 12, 2002."[1]


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  1. Freedom Force International Hall of Honor, organizational web page, accessed July 22, 2013.