Dr. William Koch
William F Koch was born in 1885 in Detroit, Michigan. A medical doctor and professor of chemistry, histology and physiology, Dr. Koch researched, invented and patented a system of treatments with reagents that used chemicals to restore the body’s oxidation mechanism, thus allowing the body to heal itself.
Chief among these was "Glyoxylide", the formula for which has now been lost. He and others, using his treatment, were able to cure numerous cases of cancer, tuberculosis and many other diseases. During 1919 the Head of the American Medical Association, Morris Fishbein, made an effort to acquire and control the method developed by Dr. Koch. When Fishbein was unsuccessful, he brought the full force of various United Stated Government agencies to force Dr. Koch out of business. He was sued by the FDA, but was acquitted after 600 doctors testified in his favour. Dr. Koch died of poisoning on December 9, 1967, the same year and month as Homozon™ developer Dr. Eugene Blass.