That's amazing. I viewed that video just last night. I guess if you're trying to stamp out commentary about your fraud, you must be very vigilant to delete the your most absurd claims as soon as they are exposed.
It reminds me a little of Winston Smith's role in Orwell's 1984. He worked for the "Ministry of Truth" which was responsible for reviewing previously published newspaper stories and changing or removing them as the "truth" changed.
It's too bad, I really enjoyed that video (so much that I watched it twice!) I was fascinated to learn in the video that people should be on a vegan diet, and just a few minutes later, learn that cholesterol is necessary for life, and not only does it plug those life threatening arterial holes cut by table salt "glass", but that everyone should have a cholesterol level of "at least 250" and "people with 600 are perfectly healthy".
Of course, "Dr." Leonard Coldwell did not point out that vegans have notoriously low serum cholesterol levels (often 150 or below), so he really needs to clarify that people are forced to choose death by eating animals or "death by a thousand cuts" from that table salt "glass" if you don't have enough cholesterol to plug them arterial holes.
I've been trying to piece together his professional life story from his multiple web sites (he does not publish a chronological CV anywhere that I can find). However, using only information published by him, he has at least 2 "Doctor" degrees (DNM and NMD) and at least four PhDs, yet he practiced as a "general practitioner for 16 years" prior to devoting himself to curing stress related diseases such as cancer. He has cured 35000 patients of cancer, with a cure rate of more than 90%.
Assuming that he began his advanced medical and PhD work at age 20, and that each degree took him 3 years to complete (I have never met anyone who completed a PhD or other doctorate in less than 3 years), the 6 degrees would take him 18 years to complete (minimum age 38). Let's assume for simplicity that he did not actually work professionally with any of these degrees until completing his multiple educations since that merely extends his age to the absurd. He then spent "16 years in general practice" before devoting himself to curing cancer, which made him 54 when he started his cancer work. (Somewhere in the process he also served as consultant to numerous fortune 500 companies on business matters, getting rich quick and other schemes according to his website, but let's assume he did that during evenings and weekends since it otherwise adds even more years to his age).
So at age 54 he starts curing 35000 patients of cancer. It is reasonable to assume from his websites that virtually every patient he treated was cured, so he did not need to waste much time with patients who died of cancer. We need to understand that cancer is difficult to treat, so even someone of "Dr." Coldwell's prowess could not cure them in a single visit. Let's assume that each patient required an average of 10 visits before they could be declared completely cured, and that each visit required 1 hour of the great man's time. 35000 patients x 10 hour visits = 350,000 hours. Assuming that he worked 60 hour weeks x 50 weeks per year, he could handle 3000 visits, and cure 300 patients per year. At that rate, it would take him more than 100 years to cure 35,000 patients of cancer. During this same period, he was also writing numerous scholarly works, giving numerous acclaimed lectures, dealing with "Nobel Prize winners" as his "patients or students". We can assume he was doing that extra work during evenings and weekends.
Curious that a man of such prodigious accomplishments would be acclaimed on the internet only on his own websites (or those of his partner and "patient", Mr. Kevin Trudeau, himself convicted multiple times of theft and fraud).
Who would have thought that news of such a magnificent healer and humanitarian could be so effectively suppressed in the age of the internet? I marvel at the "cancer industry" and "tobacco lobby" in all their glorious omnipotence.
It is kind of touching that such a great man would retain the authority of his cute little German accent, like so many of the great scientists (Freud, Einstein, Warburg, Krebs, Meyerhof, Schroedinger, Coldwell). Strange that such an adorable authority with his lovely German accent has such a non German name. (Incidentally, I found a reference in the Amazon reviews of one of his books from somebody who actually went to the trouble to look up four of the European institutions at which he had allegedly served with great distinction, and none of them had ever heard of him. Ungrateful!)