Second Opinion: Redux
On Thursday August 28th and Friday August 29th, 2014 we handed out a new issue of “Second Opinion” to employees of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in NYC—during their lunch hour.
“Second Opinion” was originally an underground newsletter founded by Ralph W. Moss while he was trying to expose the cover-up of MSKCC’s positive Laetrile studies – back in the 1970s – while he was working as MSKCC’s assistant director of public affairs. The original 1970’s “Second Opinion” was comprised of many employees of MSKCC who worked anonymously to write and produce the publication, with a heavy focus on leaking the Center’s positive Laetrile lab studies conducted at MSKCC in the 1970s. We thought it would be appropriate to resurrect the newsletter as an “open letter” to all MSKCC employees urging them to see this movie, which opened in New York City on Friday August 29, 2014. The documentary was only supposed to run for one week (5 times a day), but the response was so big, they extended it an extra week.
Click here to see a PDF of this new issue of “Second Opinion” we were handing out in these photos.
We also have great video of this event, check back here soon—we will be posting it shortly.
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