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My friend Madeline diagnosed with breast cancer…..Euro Cancer Travels part 6

Coming home from studying at 5 holistic cancer treatment facilities in Europe, we were met by the mother of my long-time friend who traveled with me to run my camera. Before we even got to baggage claim, Madeline (name changed) tells me: “I’ve just had a lumpectomy, and the biopsy indicates Stage 1 breast cancer. […]

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Four people close to me diagnosed with cancer……part 5

Four people close to me in 2012 were diagnosed with cancer. Two opted out of all (or most) of the recommended oncology treatments. Two opted in. The two who opted IN were heavily pressured by doctors, their family, or both. The two who opted OUT have people around them very supportive of the opt-out, and […]

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My European Cancer Journey…….Part 1

I have been across the world and seen some humbling, terrifying, and awe-inspiring sights. On a personal level, my trip to Europe was hard. Our luggage lost, getting lost in a city on foot, the strike in Spain, and several other major issues I’ve not written about, were very trying. I’ve come away feeling, more […]

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I ACCIDENTALLY WALK FOR BREAST CANCER, part 3 of 3

As I was writing this, I got an email from our lovely Jamie, a Utah GSG reader diagnosed with breast cancer a few years ago at the age of 33. She reports to me and some of my colleagues and her other friends, her MRI and bloodwork results, showing positive results. She opted out of […]

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I ACCIDENTALLY WALK FOR BREAST CANCER, PART 2 of 3

Ask your oncologist what he knows about Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg. Ask him what he thinks of the well documented principle that cancer is starved out by a highly oxygenated internal terrain, utilizing fresh green juices, alkaline foods, nutrient density, as administered by Dr. Max Gerson, M.D., to thousands of patients. And some supplements […]

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What would you do if your child got cancer? part 3 of 3

Here’s my own answer to Emily’s question, what would I do if my child had cancer. (She implies this: I wouldn’t want the recommended treatment.) I would research and find case law to support me (such as Abraham Cherrix, whose case did not exist when Parker Jensen’s family was attacked). I would study PubMed and […]

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Update on Shirley, using “alternatives” after 2 rounds of chemo

You know I took 76-year old Shirley with me to An Oasis of Healing in Arizona? It’s been interesting to see someone I know undergoing the treatment of raw juice ‘feasting,’ immune system support, detox, oxygenating and alkalizing cancer to starve it out. She’s been back three times, there now for a week. Kels, her […]

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Introducing Dr. Francisco Contreras: VIDEO

I have long known of Dr. Contreras and his father, whom I believe had a hand in helping my grandmother get another 25 years of life. It should be noted that at his hospital, Dr. Contreras performs surgeries and administers chemotherapy. (Most patients, upon arrival, have had enough of that, however, and do not receive […]

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MYTH: “My cancer just happened”

After my class in Carlsbad, a young mother of two small children waited to talk to me. She said, “You told your story of how you were desperate? I am just that—desperate.” And her eyes welled up with tears. She is tall and willowy, beautiful and blonde, and I am guessing once had a career […]

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Psst! Don’t tell anyone I’m an M.D. recommending nutrition info!

A woman after class my class in St. George a few weeks ago said to me, “I’m a nurse, and an E.R. doctor told me about your site. Then he said, ‘Don’t tell anyone I told you about this.’” I have been told a number of times that an M.D. sent a reader to my […]

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