Vegetables are literally illegal for treating cancer in America.
Initially, patients were required to drink several glasses of raw calf liver extract daily. Following an outbreak of Campylobacter infection linked to the Gerson clinic's extract, which sickened and killed several of the clinic's patients, carrot juice was substituted.
From the Wiki:
Sounds like a good "cure."
ellen rosner wrote:
I don't think wikipedia is a good source of information, esp. about something that is controversial and not in the mainstream.
I personally know people who have been cured of cancer with Gerson's treatment. Not scientific - I realize - anecdotal, but jus saying'.....
If I had cancer I would certainly consider Gerson.
the cancer industry and the pharmaceutical/medical industry has Billion$ of reasons to discredit any treatment that does not rely on surgery and drugs.
If people understood cancer more, you would see a lot of cancer cases probably never happen. Current diets rich in HFCS, processed starch, trans-fats, etc. and living in environments and eating food contaminated with pollution, etc. are raising rates far beyond what should be negligible or minimal.
Jay Green wrote:If you have a child, say, in any state but CA and you wish to pursue all-natural treatment for their cancer that does NOT include surgery, radiation or chemo then, yes, that child can legally be removed from your care due to your "neglect" in seeking the treatment that is recommended to be the most effective by the USDA.
If you wont to be able to use this natural treatment you should ask why they haven't been able to show it works as well or better. If they had doctors would be able to prescribe it.
Jay Green wrote:Seriously? Let's think about that for a moment..... why they don't research and prescribe natural methods or cures for cancer..... you know, those natural things that no drug company holds a patent upon?
Dale Hodgins wrote:My sister died of a brain tumor when she was 36 after 5 years of treatment. The snake oil people were all over her. Most were well meaning amateurs who had no financial motive.
David Livingston wrote:Dale
So its whiskey then three times a day then
I am reminded of the stance of the first South African post revolution govt who refused anti viral treatment to Aids sufferers because herbal was the answer , Thousands of people died earlier And more horribly than they could have.
R Scott wrote:You forgot about "get in on the ground floor" and the multi-level marketing (Ponzi) schtick.