The bottom line: None of the Oleander preparations you talk about has ever been demonstrated to be an effective and safe cancer treatment in human clinical trials. The ability to poison cancer cells in a test tube is no indication that any Oleander product should be taken for this purpose.
As for the crude Oleander "soup" that you promote, anyone willing to risk it should demand that you produce your "research" on it. Which will be tough, as the only "research" I've ever seen from you is the cherry-picked nonsense you dredge up in Google searches.
You've already demonstrate you don't know what a vaccine is or what a toxin is. Now it's revealed you're completely ignorant about the definition of scientific research.
Your buddy Ozell doesn't have any published research obtainable through a PubMed search. Newsflash: anyone can claim success in treating people; hard evidence as opposed to testimonials is what's needed to verify such claims (which are typical of cranks and quacks throughout history).
As for your blame-the-victim strategy when Colloidal Silver 's damaging propensities show up, it's a perfect example of the No True Scotsman fallacy (or as you'd have it, "no true altie does it that way". More on that fallacy here:
The central issue remains: How hypcritical is it to fume about imaginary "toxins" in vaccines (which are highly effective in preventing disease), when you promote ineffective and unproven remedies containing real toxins?