Cancer/evolution Review 2023 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online
The Dustbin of History is the first episode of a 5-part docu-series directed by Maggie Jones and Brad Jones, focusing on the metabolic theory of cancer. The theory is told through the life and work of Nobel laureate scientist Otto Warburg.
The idea for this documentary starts from the research of director Maggie Jones about the metabolic theory after having been diagnosed with a 4th stage lung cancer — one of the most aggressive cancers, as well as most difficult to diagnose. Lung cancer is in fact the leading cause of cancer death in the US, with more people dying from lung cancer than colon, breast, and prostate cancers combined.
The theory is not well known, doctors and hospitals are skeptical to share information about it, and since — unlike conventional treatment — his theory is not based on actual pharmaceuticals, the lack of financial support behind it makes it a difficult theory to test and trial.
The first episode of this documentary is very informative, the direction is clear and the editing is fast-paced and rigorous. The information is abundant but never redundant.
Documentaries like these are supposed to challenge the system, to provide an alternative perspective to what is fed to us by the media and big corporations. And CANCER/EVOLUTION achieves that goal brilliantly and effectively.
Anyone who is interested in medical documentaries, as well as those who are actively seeking a complementary route to traditional medicine, will find this series highly resourceful and full of hope.
Maggie and Brad Jones saw a lack of information surrounding this oncological disease and decided they needed to fill that gap. The series succeeds in educating the audience about a possibly effective cure, far from the solutions offered by Big Pharma.