This is Rick, who lives in San Diego but drove across the border to be treated at Oasis of Hope in 1974 when he was 23 years old. At that time 300 patients a day lined up for Laetrile treatments. (Most integrative docs say nowadays it does not work by itself, but some feel it is effective as an adjunct therapy).
Rick showed me the letter from the Mayo Clinic confirming his Stage 3 embryonal cell carcinoma, which has nearly a 100% mortality rate. (His story has made him rather famous in the cancer world, and he obtained the letter after accusations that he didn’t really have the cancer—which is often the tactic of the medical profession when the Gerson Therapy or other natural treatments actually work.)
Amusingly or infuriatingly, depending on how you look at it, the Mayo Clinic contacts Rick every year, since they count him among their “success” statistics. However, after 4 weeks there, his cancer did not reverse. After 4 weeks at Oasis of Hope, Rick says his cancer was in full retreat. He went home and did EXACTLY what Dr. Contreras told him to do. This is Rick’s advice to cancer patients: “Stop doing the wrong things. Start doing the right things.”
Rick didn’t do chemo or radiation, since docs wrote him off. Instead he spent 5 years eating raw, and doing Laetrile treatment at Oasis of Hope. He’s now 61 and great on camera—check him out here telling you what he did to get well: