‘Controversial natuurgenezer Klaus Ross works by in spite of persecution’
The German natuurgenezer Klaus Ross, who is being prosecuted for the death of three patients, and covers the German Brüggen, there are still people who are suffering from cancer.
That report Rheinische Post and Stern. In practice, close to the Dutch border, he has used experimental substances which may better catch than chemotherapy. Ross was disqualified from his profession, but his license he would have to keep.
The German government is working on stricter requirements for better protection of patients against quacks. The occasion was the death of three patients of Ross from the Netherlands and Belgium. She died in July last year during their treatment.
The existing legislation in Germany dates back to even before the Second world War. As an alternative doctor to work is a diploma from high school is sufficient.
Between 25 and 27 July 2016-treated Ross five patients with the preparation of 3-Bromopyruvat (3-BP). Three of them died in a few days. Two other patients were then under treatment of a physician due to risk of death.
The German inspectorate for health did press charges against Ross. It is not yet clear whether there is a direct correlation between the administration of the medicament and the death or illness of the patients.
For a conviction, it must first be clearly about Ross’ part in their death.