Dr. Anastasiadis says. "Initial experiments in some aggressive types of cancer are indeed very promising."http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 064916.htm
Well, they should be more than just "promising" if the hypothesis was correct.
That's how you test your hypothesis ... by testing it to fail. And it must have failed. So, he needs to admit his original hypothesis was wrong and needs modification and re-testing or just continue to make false claims.
Not to say his work is junk at all ... but science demands more than proclamations.
If one does not like criticism and in-your-face confrontation, stay out of the realm of science .... that's how it works ..