Judith Browning wrote:I use something called C-HERB for removal of skin cancers and AK caused by too much sun in the past. It is a combination of herbs and mineral salts...containing...water, fiber, black walnut, burdock, white oak bark, mineral salts. It is a very thick black paste. There are instructions for it's use online but I have not looked for a make it at home recipe.
Daniel Morse wrote:What has amazed me is that the constant pain I was in is gone.
Marianne West wrote:My husband and I have been following the Gerson Therapy for more then a year now. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer through biopsy prompted by rising PSA. I had colon cancer 9 years ago treated with surgery and Chemo.
The Therapy is based on flooding the body with nutrients and detoxing. Lots of info via movies: Dying to have known, The Gerson Miracle, mentioning in a Food Matters. Also books, website by the Gerson Institute - a non profit to help people who want to heal using the Therapy.
My husbands PSA test results have dropped from above 8 to around 4 ( we still have a year to go on the therapy). I had an intense chemo cleans and we both have experienced lots of overall health improvements.
I am also a member of a Facebook support group started by a person diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer spread to the bones. She is almost cancer free now and her nurse wants to become a Gerson practitioner. It is a closed group , but people who just want to learn about the Therapy are welcome. Most posts are by people who are actually doing the therapy and are sharing their ups and downs and cheering each other on. Many people with healing stories on their. And also some of our friends have passed on. Most who have passed came to Gerson at a very late stage of their disease.
There are also members who use combination of Gerson and conventional medicine and others who found that Gerson didn't work completely for them ( or was just too much work- which it is- a lot) and have moved on to other therapies and found success. Dr. Gonzales is one who also has treated many cancer people successfully.
Kevin of Renegade Health has put on 2 cancer summits. Interviews with leading cancer treatment expert using techniques other than poison. Worth checking out if you need to make a treatment decision. Or wait for the next one and listen free for the time of the summit.
Lisa Allen wrote:While I absolutely agree with looking over methods of cancer treatment and looking at the evidence, I hope no one is fooled into thinking that conventional techniques are even remotely successful - look up the figures yourself if you have not yet done so. I do not call living in tremendous pain and a severely lowered quality of life for just barely over 5 years a "success" by a long shot - and many die within 2 years. I have not only observed this statistically; it has touched me personally, in my own family and recently a friend my own age who died receiving the chemotherapy too quickly - and this happens way too often for me to be comfortable. Then you consider the financial portion of these therapies to see if it is worth it - and while others might think it is worth it (and that is their right), I do not. That is my value placement, and each person needs to assess their own value placement. No matter what, in any case, information ought to be available and reviewed first prior to such a serious decision.
Cancer is now the number one cause of death in the USA, along with Heart Disease (and more recently, Diabetes). The third cause of death just so happens to be iatrogenic causes, which means doctor-caused! This is by their own admission/figures, so I would imagine that if an independent source was recording and analyzing data, we could even discover that iatrogenic causes are number one (and I believe nearly all chronic diseases are caused or at least perpetuated by doctors "managing" the disease instead of providing cure, especially when they know one is available, and would therefore also classify as an iatrogenic cause).
Along the same lines: for the first time in decades, the number one cause of accidental death is not vehicle accidents - it is errors in prescription drugs! Now I have not yet seen the breakdown of what percentage is doctor error, what percentage is pharmacy error, and/or what percentage is patient error - or even more cynically, using prescription meds illegally (i.e. teenagers getting into their parents' muscle relaxers or depression/anxiety meds, and taking more than prescribed in any case, or weirder, people selling their meds to others), and I understand that a noticeable percentage are even prescribed correctly (we can look at Michael Jackson and Heath Ledger for celebrity cases of this). However, I am still stunned that this has now surpassed vehicle accidents. I do understand that street drugs (including marijuana) were not included in these figures, but I will double-check on that.
While individual doctors could actually care about you, for about 150 years, the AMA (in the USA) actively creates a legal scenario where doctors cannot practice the way they might wish to do so. It is a business and in order to continue to make money with artificially-inflated costs for treatments that basically bring people to the brink of death, they must continue to manipulate the laws so that they keep their competitors at bay, especially if they have methods of actual cure and if they are cost-effective. These competitors are prohibited from practice at steep legal consequences, criminally and financially (thus the reason you may find cancer treatment clinics outside of the USA).
On the note of costs, I realize much of this can be psychological, i.e. "I will pay top dollar for the very best treatment available and if I die and I lose my house so my kids cannot inherit my property; oh well, that was the best that was available." Do not believe it (well, unless you want to believe it). Again, it is about research.
While healthy eating is great, it is my observation that much more help may be needed than that since nearly always, cancer can grow faster than healthy cells are replaced (especially some types of cancers) - and whatever methods are chosen really need to be for that individual, which could be a combination - and there are some wonderful combination therapy clinics in the USA doing wonderful work. In the case of Dr. Hulda Clark, I think many of the things she was doing were good, but I also wonder if she had combined therapies, whether they were conventional or even energetic healing for the subtle bodies (i.e. emotional body, etc.) could have allowed her to live. I guess we won't know. I think of something similar with Steve Jobs as well.
Let me please be clear that I am not about eliminating the choices of conventional treatments. For some people, these methods may really help and they really should be available. There are instances (usually involving trauma or injury) in which I feel their services are invaluable. However, the record undoubtedly shows incompetence of the system (not the doctor, the system) of handling any form of chronic disease and conditions. No amount of titles after their names can change the actual results that happen.
Let me also mention to look carefully at results of other methods you are looking into, which could be harder to track down but worth the effort for your own education and therefore the ability to make better choices.
In hindsight, I didn't mean to write a book here (haha!) - May ALL be empowered with true choice and exercise that right! May the life force flow easily