Saturday, May 30, 2009

Support for Dr. Polevoy by Peter Bowditch

Peter Bowditch has been a victim of vicious threats against himself and his family over the years. Here is Peter's e-mail that he sent to's legal staff in support of Dr. Polevoy.

I have been informed that following a complaint from Mr William P O'Neill of the Canadian Cancer Research Group you have disabled the web site of Dr Terry Polevoy at

Before acting on complaints made by Mr O'Neill it might be worthwhile looking at Mr O'Neill's history of complaints and the character of the man himself.

At you can see several years' worth of attacks on me and my family by Mr O'Neill. If you care to wade through the bilge you can see several obscene references to my wife and daughters.

At you can see more of the same where Mr O'Neill made anonymous comments. I used to pretend that I didn't know it was him until he commented about the birth of my grandson with the message "kill it quick and kill it good before it multiplies" to a public newsgroup.

(You can see the post at Google Groups)

It's not just Dr Polevoy and I who have a poor opinion of Mr O'Neill. You can see a television show about him at W-FIVE in which he says that he can cure cancer and then denies saying it when presented with the evidence of the statement.Please reinstate Dr Polevoy's web site. If you are going to act on complaints, then at least limit that action to complaints made by people whose opinions might matter.

This email will be published on my web site, The Millenium Project, and I will report your response as soon as I know what it is.

Thank you.-- Peter Bowditch
The Millenium Project -
Australian Council Against Health Fraud -
Australian Skeptics -

Friday, May 29, 2009

Bill O'Neill threatens free speech

On May 29, 2009 Bill O'Neill complained to my ISP at in Utah. He was desperate to silence critics of his Canadian Cancer Research Group in Ottawa. My web site has been covering Bill and all of his shenanigans since August 2000.

I've filed an appeal to and awaited their decision.

Those of you who want to preserve the freedom of speech are invited to e-mail Shari Dixon of the Legal Department of

Tell Ms. Dixon about what Bill has done over the last ten years, and the threats that he has made against me, CTV, the government and others who want to expose him as a menace to the health of Canadians who are suffering from cancer and other horrible illnesses.

Demand that my web site be restored.

When a web site is blocked, all of the URLs that are part of master web site are blocked. This means that all of Dr. Terry Polevoy's web sites, including his own office web site is down. Patients are unable to reach the office to get information.

Bill O'Neill will pay for the interference with my medical practice and my freedom of speech. Lawyers are reviewing the situation and will consider legal actions against Mr. O'Neill and those associated with the complaint.

Please contact Dr. Polevoy with your thoughts and your support.


Terry Polevoy, MD

Footnote: At about 12 noon on June 1, 2009 full service was restored to all of my web sites. No further explanation was given by

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Monday, December 31, 2007


You can support this fight by going to HealthWatcher's donation page:

BTW - Bill is still at it, despite the W-FIVE show over two years ago.

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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

CCRG raided by police and the CPSO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, May 11, 2007, 10:40 am

Ottawa Police Service assisted Investigators of the
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

(Ottawa) On Thursday May 10th at 10:00 am the Ottawa Police
Service assisted in the execution of a warrant by
Investigators with the College of Physicians and Surgeons
of Ontario under the Regulated Health Professions Act. The
warrant was executed at a business located on Fifth Ave.

No arrest were made and no charges were laid. The
investigation is ongoing by the College of Physicians and
Surgeons of Ontario under the Regulated Health Professions


Detective Mitch Proteau
Ottawa Police Service Central East District Investigations
613-236-1222 ext 563

The exact address, according to sources, was 99 Fifth Ave, Suite 22. The police refuse to provide a copy of the warrant, and of course the CPSO will not confirm or deny that they asked for the warrant in the first place.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Suspected anonymous posts could have been made by Bill

Could this be Bill using a number of Italian anonymous remailers?

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Why you need Cancer Cure Research

It has become increasingly clear that the CCRG - Canadian Cancer Research Group in Ottawa has done its best to provide its customers with a great deal of information over the last few years about the treatment of cancer and many other conditions.

Unfortunately, that information has not been confirmed to be in the best interest of those customers. Mr. William P. O'Neill has pretended to be someone he is not. He is not a cancer researcher, he is not skilled in treating cancer patients, and for the most part he has misrepresented his clinic to the public, and to the media.

It might in the best interest of the public to avoid his group entirely. But, hey, it's a free country and if the government doesn't see fit to shut him down or charge him with practicing medicine without a license, we will have to live with the knowledge that some people do make mistakes in life. Unfortunately for those who have been lied to by the CCRG about their skills and treatments, they will not probably be around to do anything about it for very long anyway.

Their families will miss them dearly, and all the while Mr. O'Neill sits in his offices in Ottawa and rants and raves about how evil people like Dr. Terry Polevoy or Peter Bowditch are trying to shut him down. The truth is that Mr. O'Neill has trouble with the truth, and that's an understatement.

If anyone has been treated by Mr. O'Neill, or by anyone at the CCRG or their associated laboratories in Ottawa, please contact me with the details.

Terry Polevoy, MD

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Cancer Cures on CTV's W-FIVE - Saturday, January 28, 2006 - 7 – 8 p.m

He's not a scientist or a physician, but from his clinic in an Ottawa shopping mall, former computer analyst William O'Neill runs the Canadian Cancer Research Group. Over the years, O'Neill has made some stunning claims about his success in battling cancer and other diseases, but his detractors accuse him of selling false hope to the desperately ill.

This week, a W-FIVE investigation into the man and methods.
CTV will most likely archive the show in case you miss it, and it may be repeated on January 29th on some stations at 1:00 p.m.

W-FIVE home page

You can purchase video copies of the entire show and/or transcript from them.
Join the discussion after the show, or leave comments
In case you need reminding about some of Bill O'Neill's activities just check out the following sites.