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Update on Robert Marsh’s Case

To all of you who have responded to my “Special Plea” last
week about Robert Marsh, on his behalf, I say “Thank you
and God Bless You.” Your messages of support from Bulgaria
to Singapore and everywhere in between and your promises
to be there to support him this Friday have bouyed his
spirits and given him and me energy to fight this travesty.

I’ll fill you in on some of the details about this case
I’ve learned in the last few days. Robert is the father
of a 7-year-old named Jeffrey. About 1 1/2 years ago,
Jeffrey was diagnosed with ALL (Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia).
He has been treated with 10 different kinds of chemtherapy
medication since then: methotrexate; asperaginase; leuco-
vorin; dexamethasone; cytoxan; cytarabine; duanorubicin;
prednisone; VT-16…the list goes on.

This summer, in July and August, Robert had custody of
Jeffrey in Illinois, where he lives (his ex and Jeffrey
live in Fort Worth, Texas). Jeffrey showed no sign of
his cancer, was healthy-looking, played on a baseball
team, etc. Robert attributes this wonderful health to
the complementary treatment he gave Jeffrey this summer:
Milk thistle; Ambrotose; Phytaloe; CanSupport for Leukemia;
Pau d’arco tea; Essiac tea; N-tense 2; garlic; calcium;
MGN-3; echinacea (on days he didn’t take Methotrexate);
Perfect food by Garden of Life; bee pollen; Juice plus;
and acidophilus.

When Jeffrey went back to Fort Worth, the mother not only
didn’t continue the complementary treatment above, she
accused Robert of not giving the child his Methotrexate
(not true, apparently) and got a restraining order from
the court cutting off Jeffrey’s visitations with Robert.
She “trusts his conventional doctor” who Robert says
gives him a typical “ignorant and arrogant” shrug when
Robert mentions any of the above complementary treatments.

Of course, since late August when Jeffrey returned to
Fort Worth, he has had a serious relapse. His spine
and bone marrow are now involved and he just got out
of the hospital yesterday after lots of high dose chemo,
high fever, antibiotics, etc.

The hearing this Friday is in Fort Worth. It is at 8:30
AM in 233rd District Court, Tarrant County Civil Courts
Building, 100 N. Houston St., third floor. Several of
you have indicated you want to attend and support Robert.
Robert says the media have been alerted and have shown
considerable interest.

I have been in touch with Robert’s attorney — a young
man with no experience in cases like this. I’ve tried
to get him up to speed with information about Billy Best
(a 12-year old who ran away from home to avoid chemo and
cured his cancer using 714X and Essiac tea and is now fine
10 years later) and Alexander Horwin, a 2 1/2 year old
whose parents tried to get him treated by Dr. Burzynski
in September, 1998. The FDA denied them permission
because the child had not undergone a full chemotherapy
regimen. The chemo was started in November, 1998. The
FDA won. The child died on January 31, 1999.

Thomas Navarro was a 4-year-old who was the subject of the
“Thomas Navarro FDA Patient Rights Act–HR 3677,” sponsored
by Congressman Dan Burton in 2000. Thomas was a 4-year old
whose parents also tried to get his brain tumor treated by
The Burzynski Clinic in Houston. The FDA prohibited it, as
it had done with Alexander Horwin. Congressman Burton’s
bill never passed and Thomas died on November 19, 2001 after
receiving his full dose of chemo.

I have suggested a strategy to Robert’s attorney — to
simply try to get the judge to let Robert name a doctor
for a second opinion on Jeffrey’s care. We have located
a Dr. McWherter in an alternative care cancer clinic in
Fort Worth and as of today are still trying to get him
to respond and agree to do the second opinion. The
attorney seemed responsive to this approach. However,
as of yesterday, Robert says when he asked his attorney
“What questions are you going to ask me when I testify?”
the attorney’s response was “Frankly, I haven’t thought
of any yet.”

The attorney’s sole action to date, apparently, has been
to agree with the ex-wife’s attorney to ask the judge on
Friday to appoint an “ad litum” attorney to represent
Jeffrey’s interests (as opposed to those of either parent).
Basically, it looks bleak as far as Robert’s chances for
decent representation at this hearing. We’re in the pro-
cess of looking for another attorney for him.

Knowing you, my warm-hearted and knowledgeable readers, I
know you are asking “What can I do to help?” There is
something concrete. All the legal fees, travel, medical
and other expenses associated with this case have stretched
Robert’s meager resources to the breaking point. A special
account for donations to help him has been set up. If you
would like to donate, just call National City Bank at (800)
925-9259. State that you would like to help by giving to
the Jeffrey Marsh Leukemia Fund. I don’t know exactly how
to call this number from countries outside the U.S., but I
know it can be done. It is a “toll-free” number and I have
called them before from Spain, so I know it is possible.

Thank you for your support. I’ll keep you posted.

New Hope Cancer Clinic — Scottsdale, AZ

Ethan Bauch, one of the readers of this rag, has just sent
me this evaluation of his experience with the New Hope Cancer
Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. I thought you’d like to know
about it:

“From: Ethan Bauch
Subject: New Hope Medical Center, AZ
To: bhenderson@GetAndStayWell.com


Dear Bill,


I’ve been at the New Hope Medical Center in Scottsdale, AZ for
4 days now (they operate as an outpatient clinic from 9-5 M-F
and sometimes on weekends (depending on patient needs), and
this place is beyond a miracle.


I believe I outlined a little about their philosophy and some
of their treatment methods when we spoke last week, but I could
not have imagined a more perfect environment and group of care-
givers in my wildest dreams. If I hadn’t had a B12 shot in the
butt yesterday after all the other IV nutrients, detox teas,
home cooked lunch, peroxide foot bath & massage, group & private
sessions with the staff MD, etc, etc., I’d have to pinch myself
to see if I was dreaming.


The operation is run out of a beautiful home in a gated com-
munity in one of the ritzier sections of Scottsdale (don’t let
that put you off, it’s still WAY cheaper than a lot of less
“personal” but more famous places). At present, there are only
3 patients (including myself) at the clinic (They don’t take
more than 6 at a time at this facility). They make no claims
or promises and are honest about their rates of success and
failure. To be fair, I am the only patient here at the moment
who has not been through the full battery of cut/burn/poison
“treatments” and who did not arrive near death’s door as a
reject from the traditional medical factory. Unfortunately,
as with most alternative clinics, I’d have to say their success
numbers are skewed because most people who do find their way
here do so only after they have been brutalized and left for
dead. And yet, I have watched with my own eyes as someone who
had to be carried onto a private jet (she could never have
made the trip on a commercial plane in her condition), is now
up, walking around, smiling and talking like she probably
hasn’t in months. Today, she even went shopping with her
husband to several of the local stores for next week’s pro-
visions. They DO get results, and I have seen it with my own


New Hope is the perfect name for this place, and although I
plan to write an extensive article about this place and the
folks who run it, I would urge you to let your readers who may
be interested in an intensive, aggressive alternative program
for cancer, to investigate this place pronto. With my non-
Hodgkin’s Lymphoma seemingly contained by my nutritional and
supplemental protocols, I was actually planning to drive out
from NJ this past Thursday to arrive by next Monday for treat-
ment. When I spoke to their rep (and gourmet organic/vegetarian
chef!) Larry O’Toole, he convinced me that I should just drop
what I was doing, book a flight and get here ASAP. I did, and
I can’t tell you how glad I am that I listened to him. My wife
and I arrived on Monday evening and we started treatment
Tuesday morning. They encourage you to bring your champion
with you, if possible. My wife spends the entire day with me
at the clinic, drinks the teas, eats the food, participates
in all discussions and exams and is jealous when I’m having my
feet massaged by Bob the nurse out on the patio while sunning
myself (Vitamins A&D) and soaking up mega doses of Vitamins,
minerals & non-toxic cancer-killing agents intravenously.


They have numerous tricks in their bag that they’ve picked up
from Centers all over the world including Germany, Mexico,
France, Japan, which are fairly common to most alternative
clinics, and some, like Ozone and UV therapy that are used
in very few places in the world.


Like I said, I’ve only been here for 4 days, so my review is
based solely on my experience “ramping up” to the full treat-
ment. All I can say is that I have only touched on a few of
the aspects of the clinic (although it feels more like you’ve
got an entire staff treating you all day at home), but these
people are serious about finding a way to develop a protocol
specifically for each individual patient and helping you get
yourself well.


If you’d like to speak with them yourself (they do a much
better job describing their philosophy and program than I
can), I urge you to do so. Their number is 480-473-9808. Dr.
Freda Branyon is the founder and runs the clinic. Larry
mentioned above) handles all logistical matters including
helping to arrange lodging, rental cars and in some cases
airfares (all at astoundingly low rates). They charge $3,500
per week for a 3-week program which includes all treatments
and lunch each day at the clinic (not to mention leftovers
they pack up for you on some days). Supplements are the only
additional charge I am aware of at this point. In addition,
they prep you to maintain the program once you leave the
clinic and there is phone follow-up as well as periodic
return follow-up depending on patient condition.


If your readers are prepared to do whatever is necessary to
get well, I believe New Hope should be on their list of
places to check out. You might want to drop in sometime, too,
just to see for yourself what I’m raving about.


I can’t wait to get back there on Monday morning for my next
round of whole life therapy.


To your wellness and thanks again for your book,


-Ethan Bauch”

Interested? Call Dr. Branyon and check it out.

Two Great Readers’ Stories

This time I have not one, but two, great readers’ stories
for you. Both these brave ladies are models for my cancer
treatment strategy. Both took charge of their health care;
both had an “advocate;” both found a medical professional
they could trust to supervise their care; and both took
positive action to radically change their lifestyle.

I am using both of these as handouts at my “Beating Cancer-
Gently” workshops as examples for all cancer patients to f
ollow. These are two of the most complete and articulate
stories of the hundreds I have read. They are both too
long to include in the newsletter, so I have posted them
at my web site. You can read them by clicking on the links

In no particular order, read Tara Sanders’ story. Tara
recovered from her breast cancer with great discipline and
courage. She’ll give your morale a real boost. Read her
story at:


Next is Dr. Loretta Lanphier’s story, which she calls
“Cancer: The Path To Healing.” Loretta treated her colon
cancer with alternatives. She became so sold on the treat-
ment that she went to school after her healing and became
a Doctor of Naturopathy, Certified Clinical Nutritionist
and Holistic Health Practitioner. She practices at the
Global Healing Center in Houston, Texas with the doctor
who healed her. Read her inspiring story at:


Short shots…..


In the last newsletter, I discussed Hydrogen Peroxide
briefly and gave you a couple of links to articles to read
on the subject. A reader pointed out that a one-letter error
in the link to Dr. Williams’ article made it a head-scrather
for his browser. He figured out that the article was actually
under a misspelled link, as follows:




As most of you know by now, I collect cancer “stories.” Send
me yours — positive, negative or neutral — and I’ll send you a
free copy of the latest edition of my “Cure Your Cancer” e-book
by return e-mail. If you already have my book, you can just
give me the name and e-mail of a loved one or friend for me to
send the e-book to as a gift.

Without a national data base, we must exchange information with
each other on what works. Your story may help many others, so
just send it to me in an e-mail. Thanks!



As most of you know, my main objection to MGN-3 and its immune
system booster competitors is their price. They are truly
exorbitant. Last week, Ted Groce, a valued reader who sends
me lots of useful information, told me about MSR-3. It’s a
compound from Swanson Vitamins (who I use for flaxseed oil)
that mimics MGN-3. I’ve looked at the ingredients and it
looks like they have added a couple of things to get around
any infringement claims by Lane Labs (the only source for

I’m not surprised that this has happened. I expected it long
before this. The only question is the integrity of the
source. I trust Swanson Vitamins, but they are a reseller,
after all. Nobody can guarantee anything.

Why is it worth considering? Well, instead of the 90 cents
to $1.30 per pill for MGN-3, the MSR-3 sells for 29 cents
a pill – one third to one fourth as much. Check it out at:


In case you have wondered at the spartan simplicity of the
format of this newsletter, it apparently is perfectly
appropriate. A dear reader who is a technical writer for the
Web and much more knowledgeable about “style” issues than I
will ever be, has assured me that this format is the most
appropriate for an e-mail newsletter — simple text with
lines no longer than 65 characters. Most of you will notice
that the web links in this newsletter are highlighted in blue.
Clicking on them will open your browser and take you to that
site. If they are not highlighted (a la AOL), you may need to
“copy and paste” them into your browser. You’ll have to do
the same if you go to my newsletter archives at my web site…
“copy and paste.”

Let me wish a wonderful Holiday season to all of you. And
please remember, it’s much more important to love than to
give gifts. Ask any cancer patient.

I’ll be back sometime soon with another newsletter. Be well
and send your friends to my web site:



Bill Henderson
Author “Cure Your Cancer” book

As for the legal stuff — Disclaimer: The author of this
newsletter is a researcher and writer, not a doctor. Any
treatment for an illness should be shared with your doctor
before you attempt it.