Eleonore Thun-Hohenstein
Anticancer Pharmaceutical Ukrain. Criminal Story of a Prevention


'...One evening, a member of the secret service, Johann Wagner, turned up at Nowicky's flat and told the baffled inventor that it had been reported that the secret service of a Mediterranean country had given the order to liquidate Nowicky. However, the hired assassins had confided in the Austrian authorities...'

English version of the book you can find here
Correspondence concerning the attempt to liquidate Dr.Nowicky you can find here

Eleonore Thun-Hohenstein,
born in 1924 in Ravne in present-day Slovenia. Studied philosophy and psychology in Freiburg and Vienna.
Doctoral thesis on Max Scheler. From 1955 to 1963 at "Die Presse"
newspaper, from 1960 head of the culture department.
Move to the "Wochenpresse" weekly paper in 1963, where she was head of the newly created "Science" department. Received the Ministry of Science prize for science journalism in 1973. In addition to publications in Austrian and foreign journals, author of the books: "Aristokraten" (Aristocrats) a novel, "Tiere sprechen unsere Sprache" (Animals speak our language) non-fiction, "Der Fürst" (The Prince) a biographical novel. Since 1984 independent author.

History of Nobel Prize Nomination
Letter of Professor, PhD, M.D., D.hx. id I. Nefyodov

Dear Dr. Nowicky,

As I looked at your homepage over the last few days I realised that the difficulties made for you by various parties that are described in the book "Krebsmittel Ukrain, Kriminalgeschichte einer Verhinderung" ("Cancer Drug Ukrain, a Crime Story of Hindrance") are continuing.

I find it more than merely shocking that, due to legal action by a company named Germania, you have to pay fines instead of gaining the recognition you deserve.

As a scientist I have occupied myself with the preparation Ukrain for many years. In 2004 I was asked by the Nobel Prize Committee to put forwards names of important scientists in the field of chemistry. In submitting the documentation in which I proposed you for the Nobel Prize for Chemistry there were many incongruities. I sent in the documentation several times but it never arrived at the Nobel Prize Committee. When the Committee was asked about this by phone, they told that in the hundred-year history of the Nobel Prize, documentation has never before disappeared. As a result, instead of you, two biologists from Israel, Aaron Ciechanover and Avram Hershko and Irwin Rose - a biologist from the USA - were awarded the Nobel Prize.


I ask you to publish the documentation sent to you on your homepage.

Head of Department of Biochemistry and Laboratory
of Biochemistry of Biologically Active Substances
Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno,
Chairman of Belarusian Biochemical Society
Professor, PhD, M.D., D.hx. id I. Nefyodov

Letter of Professor, PhD, M.D., D.hx. id I. Nefyodov
Invitation to submit proposals for the award of The Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2004
Letter of Prof. Nefyodov to the Nobel Committee for Chemistry
Letter of Prof. Nefyodov to The Times
Letter of Prof. Nefyodov to Neue Zürcher Zeitung

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