DID Dr. Michael A. Friedman FIB ?

[1] – 6/6/1995 – Dr. Michael A. Friedman, Associate Director, Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP), Division of Cancer Treatment (DCT), National Cancer Institute (NCI), Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health (NIH), sent a 3 page letter to Burzynski, in response to his letters of 4/20/1995 and 5/16/1995, which advised, in part, on page 1:

“I will 1st address the questions you raised about individual patients participating in the NCI-sponsored antineoplaston studies

“2 patients were treated at the National Cancer Institute”

Patient .26-77-03-9 … at the NCI

Patient .27-53-76-5 … “
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6/6/1995 we know “2 patients were treated at the National Cancer Institute” [1]

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[2] – 8/23/1995 – Robert B. Lanman, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Legal Advisor, Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Office of the Secretary, Office of the General Council, Public Health Division, sent a 1 page letter; which he copied Dr. Michael A. Friedman on, to Burzynski’s attorney, Richard A. Jaffe, Esq., which was in response to his letter of 7/21/1995, and advised, in part:

” … you requested in your letter that we provide you or Dr. Burzynski with the medical records of patients treated by the Principle Investigators”

“The NCI does not possess any individual patient records to provide to Dr. Burzynski”
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6/6/1995 we know per Dr. Michael A. Friedman’s letter that “2 patients were treated at the National Cancer Institute” [1]

8/23/1995 we know that the National Cancer Institute (NCI) did NOT have “any individual patient records” for those 2 patients per National Institutes of Health (NIH) Legal Advisor Robert B. Lanman [2]

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[3] – 9/19/1995 – Dr. Michael A. Friedman, Associate Director, Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP), Division of Cancer Treatment (DCT), National Cancer Institute (NCI), Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health (NIH), sent a 2 page letter to Burzynski, which advised, in part:

“I am replying to your 8/29/1995 letter in which you requested “detailed records” of the patients treated in the National Cancer Institute sponsored trials of antineoplastons

Pg. 2

We have no individual patient records in our possession in addition to the Theradex reports”
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6/6/1995 we know from Dr. Michael A. Friedman’s letter that “2 patients were treated at the National Cancer Institute”[1]

8/23/1995 we know that the National Cancer Institute (NCI) did NOT have “any individual patient records” for those 2 patients per National Institutes of Health (NIH) Legal Advisor Robert B. Lanam’s letter [2]

9/19/1995 we know that Dr. Michael A. Friedman advised that “We have no individual patient records in our possession …”[3]

8/23/1995 we know that Dr. Michael A. Friedman was copied on Robert A. Lanman’s letter which stated that the National Cancer Institute (NCI) did NOT have “any individual patient records” for those 2 patients [2]

All Americans are “presumed to know the law”, so we know that Dr. Michael A. Friedman would have advised Robert B. Lanman if his 8/23/1995 written statement to Burzynski’s attorney, Richard A. Jaffe, Esq., was NOT TRUE [2]

[0] – Title 18, Part I, Chapter 47, § 1001

18 USC § 1001 – Statements or entries generally

(3) “makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry”

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[4] – 10/5/1995 – Robert B. Lanman, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Legal Advisor, Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Office of the Secretary, Office of the General Counsel, Public Health Division, sent a 1 page letter to Burzynski’s attorney, Richard A. Jaffe, Esq., which advised, in part:

“This is in response to your 9/8/1995 letter in which you reiterate your request for copies of individual patient records and argue that the protocol for the study of Antineoplastons specifically provides that medical records of patients treated by the Principal Investigators will be provided to Dr. Burzynski”

“With regard to the portion of the medical record which you forwarded, the stamp does indicate that the patient was seen at the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center

“We have learned that 2 patients were enrolledthrough the Clinical Center and hence … the Clinical Centerhas medical records for those 2 individuals”
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6/6/1995 we know from Dr. Michael A. Friedman’s letter that “2 patients were treated at the National Cancer Institute” [1]

8/23/1995 we know that the National Cancer Institute (NCI) did NOT have “any individual patient records” for those 2 patients per National Institutes of Health (NIH) Legal Advisor Robert B. Lanam’s letter [2]

8/23/1995 we know that Dr. Michael A. Friedman was copied on Robert A. Lanman’s letter which stated that the National Cancer Institute (NCI) did NOT have “any individual patient records” for those 2 patients [2]

9/19/1995 we know that Dr. Michael A. Friedman advised that “We have no individual patient records in our possession …” in his letter to Burzynski [3]

10/5/1995 we know that Robert B. Lanman admitted that ” … the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center … has medical records for those 2 individuals”, in his letter [4]

All Americans are “presumed to know the law”, so we know that Dr. Michael A. Friedman would have advised Robert B. Lanman if his 8/23/1995 written statement to Burzynski’s attorney, Richard A. Jaffe, Esq., was NOT TRUE [2], and / or would have advised Burzynski in his 9/19/1995 letter that the National Cancer Institutes Clinical Center had “medical records for those 2 individuals” [3]

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Dr. Michael A. Friedman

6/6/1995 you advised Burzynski that “2 patients were treated at the National Cancer Institute” [1]

8/23/1995 you were copied on Robert A. Lanman’s letter which stated that the National Cancer Institute (NCI) did NOT have “any individual patient records” for those 2 patients [2]

8/23/1995 we know that you did NOT advise Burzynski that National Institutes of Health (NIH) Legal Advisor Robert B. Lanman’s written statement was NOT TRUE [2]

9/19/1995 you advised Burzynski that “We have no individual patient records in our possession …” [3]

10/5/1995 – Robert B. Lanman admitted that ” … the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center … has medical records for those 2 individuals” [4]

Dr. Michael A. Friedman, I know that you would NOT break the law

Title 18, Part I, Chapter 47, § 1001

18 USC § 1001 – Statements or entries generally

(3) “makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry”

Dr. Michael A. Friedman, please let me know why what you did was NOT a LIE

My primary obligation is to the American public, because, I know you would tell the TRUTH, since, in your words, you “could not responsibly act in any other manner”
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[0] – Title 18, Part I, Chapter 47, § 1001

18 USC § 1001 – Statements or entries generally
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http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1001
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