The "study" (in the way it is presented) makes no sense. There is no indication of how the original 22 patients were selected. It's titled "The Pancreatic Study" then goes on to say
the following study includes only a very few Pancreatic cases. It doesn't say how many of the subjects, just "very few". How many (out of 22) constitutes very few?
The article lists three pancreatic groups. For each of the groups a median and mean survival time is shown. For there to be a median there has to be at least 3 samples. So with 3 groups, each with at least 3 samples, there must be at least 9 pancreatic patients. Out of 22 patients, 9 is 40%. Is 40% considered "very few"? There is something very screwy with the Christian Cancer Volunteers interpretation of this study.
Perhaps if the whole study were available somewhere it would be more intelligible. The the way that article is written it makes no sense and I am highly suspicious of the results as presented. In other words, I don't believe it for a second.