Following up on my last post, and the "uncertainty" about Burzynski's cancer cure, which I expressed in it, I find it refreshing to know that real experts are analyzing the data (or lack of thereof), separating facts and fiction.
Also, it is definitely not wise to try silencing your critics by threatening them, as the Burzynski Clinic attracted more scrutiny and attention than they probably ever wished for.
Orac presents a very in-depth analysis of the "proofs" and data in his excellent article Burzynski The Movie: Hitting you over the head with pseudoscience, just like Burzynski the man, which is a good primer on how to approach this controversy.
Some other articles worth reading:
Stanislaw Burzynski: Bad medicine, a bad movie, and bad P.R.
Burzynski Clinic? Meet the Streisand Effect
There is no conspiracy here, just a general lack of good data and what seems to be pure greed.