Truth is far more creative than fiction.
Eric Merola is an internationally award-winning documentary filmmaker. For the last decade Eric has directed and produced five documentaries exploring disruptive scientific technologies in the space of medical research. Many of his documentaries can be viewed on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube.
Merola’s first documentary, Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business was an international success seen by tens of millions of people worldwide. This project was presented on Netflix, PBS, The Documentary Channel, and various international television outlets. The positive reception of the Burzynski story led Merola to produce its sequel, Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business, Part II
Merola’s third documentary, Second Opinion: Laetrile At Sloan-Kettering tells the story of Ralph W. Moss, PhD, who blew the whistle on the successful laetrile studies conducted for 5 years at Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City in the 1970s.
Today, Eric Merola is most passionate about investigating fetal stem cell therapy, where he spent nine years researching and releasing his most recent documentary, The God Cells: A Fetal Stem Cell Journey and Ukraine: Fetal Stem Cell Pioneers. Merola continues to follow new patients who seek fetal stem cell treatment and share their stories. Merola feels that fetal stem cells could be the most disruptive technology he’s discovered in the medical research space, potentially replacing nearly every pharmaceutical medication on the market.
Merola’s fifth documentary, The Andorra Hustle, was released in 2020. This was Merola’s first major journalism project outside the subject of medical science.
Eric is also a painter and fine art currently holding a residency at the 18th Street Studios in Santa Monica.
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