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Book News

Promotion of my book is going well. Terry, my wife and I
had a wonderful experience at a workshop I gave. It was
set up by Patty Jones, a long time reader and cancer
survivor, in her home town of McCamey, Texas. McCamey
doesn’t rank high in towns ranked by size. In fact, it
has a total population of 1,280. But in the size of the
hearts of the wonderful people we met, it ranks right at
the top!

The workshop was very successful. At the end, I think
everyone who didn’t already have it bought a copy of my
book. But the main result was we were able to help some
people understand the importance of “taking charge of their
own health care” and give them a strategy for doing that
and some resources for doing it successfully.

By the next newsletter, I hope to have some exciting news
about other workshops in 2004. Right now, if any of you
have contact with Gloria Gill in Augusta, Georgia, would
you ask her to call me at (800) 551-6209. Her e-mail box
is full and I don’t have any other way to contact her. I
want to set up a workshop there to coincide with my visit
to the Immune Recovery Clinic in Atlanta (see below).

Be sure to tell your friends where to buy the printed book.
I used to tell you that the cheapest and quickest way to
order the “real” book is at the publisher’s web site:


But a few weeks ago, an alert reader found a cheaper version.
For just $13.69 and $3.58 shipping, you can buy it new at:


Of course, the e-book is still available at:


Hydrogen Peroxide — A Virtual Cure-all

Since beginning my research on cancer treatments over five
years ago, I have been fascinated by references to hydrogen
peroxide (yes, ladies, the same stuff you use to bleach your
hair or disinfect a cut). I had just never run across a
good enough explanation of how it worked and what precau-
tions were necessary. Now, thanks to reader Lester
Stillwell, I’m able to give you some great information on
this wonderfully effective and ridiculously inexpensive
substance. What does it treat? Easier to ask “What doesn’t
it treat?”

Dr. David Williams ran an article on hydrogen peroxide in
his newsletter “Alternatives” in July 2003. I cannot
improve on his writing, so I’ll just refer you to a web site
where you can read his whole article, if you’re interested.
I highly recommend it. The web site is:


If you would like even more information on this subject,
just go to:


Thank you, Lester!

Immune Recovery Clinic – Atlanta, GA
I hope you agree with me that there is no better recom-
mendation for a cancer treatment clinic than that of
someone who has been healed there and is raving about
their product.

Andres Kese was treated by the Immune Recovery Clinic (IRC)
in Atlanta after his prostate surgery in March 2003. He
first went to IRC for six weeks in June 2003. He was back
for a two week “booster session” in November 2003. His
most recent results are: AMAS test = 38 (anything below
138 is normal); PSA 0.00; CT/PET and bone scans clear and
all related tests have turned out well. Andres says that
“…much of the merit goes to IRC, also to the surgeon,
of course.” You can find out more about IRC at their
web site:


Andres bought a copy of my book for Ben Johnson, M.D., the
primary doctor at IRC. Then, on November 25th, Andres sent
me this message:

“Yes, the Immune Recovery Foundation (and Clinic) is unique
in every sense of the word. I and my wife were really lucky
to get to know about it. The treatments are unique, proprie-
tary and effective, also reasonable in cost.


I have much enthuasiasm and respect for this institution and
am glad you are willing to have a write up about IRC. I’m
convinced that I could not have received any better treatment,
in or outside the USA, for my cancer.


Let me make a proposal to you, since I owe them a lot. I believe
it would be best for you to talk personally to Dr. Richard
Kinsolving, the stem-winder of the operation and an extremely
knowledgeable and interesting person, Dr Ben S. Johnson M.D.,
Ed Bradford, PA-C and the rest of the staff. Therefore, I
would be more than willing to cover your travel expenses to
their Atlanta Clinic, should you have the time and inclination
to do so. I think you would help many cancer patients to recover
their health and lives if they were to go to IRC for their


So long, keep up the good work,


best regards,



I have since corresponded with Andres. I told him I would like
to take him up on his generous offer. However, I would like to
combine the trip with a workshop in Augusta, GA (150 miles East
of Atlanta) which reader Gloria Gill (see above) has been working
on. The only problem with this wonderful opportunity is that
I have been unable to contact Gloria because her e-mail box is
full. I think Gloria’s Dad, who is recovering from his cancer,
gets this newsletter. Hey, Dad….tell Gloria to call me, will
you? My number is (800) 551-6209.

For those of you interested in the IRC, contact information is
at their web site above. I hope to have a more complete report
on IRC after a trip there, courtesy of Andres Kese, early next

Dr. Douglass’ Rant — You’ll Love It!

I just received a newsletter from Dr. WC Douglass. He is one of
my all-time heroes in the medical field. He writes pointed and
accurate critiques of our medical “system.” His latest is among
his best, in my opinion. I couldn’t resist passing it on to you.

Here, he explains why our medical system is broken. In my opinion,
the latest Medicare “upgrade” passed recently by Congress will
only aggravate this situation and accelerate the eventual collapse
of this system. Of course, from where I sit, that’s not a bad
outcome. Nothing could be much worse than what we now have. Do
you realize that we in the U.S. spend more per capita on health
care than any other country, but rank 24th in the world in the
quality of our health.

Here’s Dr. Douglass’ take on where we are and why. I hope you
find it as interesting as I did:

“Health insurance – a contradiction in terms…


One would have to be brain-dead (or else a politician) to not be
aware of the skyrocketing cost of health care in this country.
But the big question is: WHY is it happening?


I’ve spent a lot of time (30 years or so) thinking about this.
And of course, there is no single, simple answer. Like
everything that has to do with health care nowadays, there are a
million different reasons for why everything costs so much –
especially if you ask someone in the medical field: Liability
premiums, new-fangled technology, over-priced drugs, and on and
on and on. It’s confusing, and that’s just the way the “powers
that be” in the medical establishment want it…


What I have concluded, however, is this: The less free-market
competition is a factor in the health-care universe, the higher
prices soar. And what’s the nemesis of price-lowering
competition in the medical world? Insurance companies. By
forming ever-larger alliances of individual doctors, medical
practices, clinics, hospitals or groups of hospitals, insurance
companies exert ever more control over not only how medicine is
practiced, but how much it costs, too.


And by fixing the prices paid out to doctors for services –
instead of allowing the natural supply-and-demand of the
marketplace to regulate costs – insurance companies ensure
themselves of two things: A predictable outlay of cash for
medical treatment (the services only they can authorize, by the
way) and a handsomely profitable influx of monies paid by
consumers powerless to shop around for a better deal.


Why are we powerless? Because increasingly, we’ve been
brainwashed into viewing our healthcare (and thence, health
insurance) as an entitlement – of our jobs, of our citizenship,
of our birth – and not just another commodity to be shopped
around, evaluated, chosen, purchased, and then held up to the
scrutiny of our dollars.


But this wasn’t always the case. It was not so long ago that
there was NO SUCH THING as health insurance. People went to the
doctor and paid for services rendered, just like going to the
car shop. And prices were reasonable – they had to be, or we’d
take our business elsewhere. Gone are those days. Don’t believe
me? Try going to any doctor (other than a plastic surgeon or
veterinarian) nowadays and offer to pay cash for treatment.
You’ll get a blank stare, or the 3rd degree about why you want
to keep your identity a secret…


In the past, I’ve ranted long and loud about the HMO monopolies,
drug-company price gouging, and tax-funded bureaucratic
boondoggles. And as the baby-boomers age; as medical technology
gets more and more expensive; as mainstream medicine becomes
ever more drug-centric; and as we keep getting fatter, sicker,
and more accustomed to the entitlement mentality our
insurance-based healthcare system breeds, it’s only going to get


Unless we start voting for a return to the simple, original
American system in which your dollars hold sway over the
number-crunching conglomerates who fleece you as they dictate
what you can and can’t have in the way of pill-and-scalpel
mainstream treatments…


All the while spending millions of your own dollars concealing
the safer, simpler, and more affordable natural alternatives
that would no doubt thrive in the true free market our health
care system USED to be.”

I hope you have a clearer picture now of what’s wrong and what
we can do about it. We must get more proactive with our polit-
icians if we want this system to change.

To start receiving your own copy of Dr. Douglass’ Daily Dose
newsletter, just go to:


Short shots…..


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!



A couple of weeks ago, I got this message from Lynn Miller:

“Hello, Bill. I thought that you might be interested in checking
out the new message board on alternative medicine. There is a lot
to read here. http://alternative-medicine-message-boards.info
God Bless! Lynn Miller”

Thanks, Lynn. You’re right. There is lots to read, on almost
any malady known to man. Keep scrolling down until you get to
the section on “Diseases – Conditions.” You’ll find lots of
useful information on cancer there.

On the lighter side….

I know, I know. It’s been a while since I included any humor in
this rag. For those of you who think I may have lost my sense
of humor, here’s some reassuring evidence to the contrary. This
set of truisms about human beans of the male persuasion from my
good friend and quartet buddy, Groover Perry, really made me
chuckle. Hope it does you, too:

Because I’m A Man…


Because I’m a man, when I lock my keys in the car I will fiddle
with a wire long after hypothermia has set in.


Because I’m a man, when the car isn’t running very well, I will
pop the hood and stare at the engine as if I know what I’m
looking at. If another man shows up, one of us will say to the
other, “I used to be able to fix these things, but now with all
these computers and everything, I wouldn’t know where to start.”
We will then drink beer.


Because I’m a man, when I catch a cold, I need someone to bring
me soup and take care of me while I lie in bed and moan. You’re
a woman. You never get as sick as I do, so for you this isn’t a


Because I’m a man, I can be relied upon to purchase basic
groceries at the store, like milk or bread. I cannot be expected
to find exotic items like “cumin” or “tofu.” For all I know,
these are the same thing. And never, under any circumstances,
expect me to pick up anything for which “feminine hygiene
product” is a euphemism.


Because I’m a man, when one of our appliances stops working, I
will insist on taking it apart, despite evidence that this will
just cost me twice as much once the repair person gets here and
has to put it back together.


Because I’m a man, I must hold the television remote control in
my hand while I watch TV. If the thing has been misplaced, I may
miss a whole show looking for it (though one time I was able to
survive by holding a calculator).


Because I’m a man, I don’t think we’re all that lost, and no, I
don’t think we should stop and ask someone. Why would you listen
to a complete stranger? I mean, how the hell could he know where
we’re going?


Because I’m a man, there is no need to ask me what I’m thinking
about. The answer is always either sex, cars, beer, or football.
I have to make up something else when you ask, so don’t ask.


Because I’m a man, I do not want to visit your mother, or have
your mother come visit us, or talk to her when she calls, or
think about her any more than I have to. Whatever you got her
for Mother’s Day is okay; I don’t need to see it. And don’t
forget to pick up something for my mother, too.


Because I’m a man, you don’t have to ask me if I liked the
movie. Chances are, if you’re crying at the end of it, I didn’t.


Because I’m a man, I think what you’re wearing is fine. I
thought what you were wearing five minutes ago was fine, too.
Either pair of shoes is fine. With the belt or without it—
looks fine. Your hair is fine. You look fine. Can we just go


Because I’m a man, and this is, after all, the year 2003, I will
share equally in the housework. You just do the laundry, the
cooking, the gardening, the cleaning, the vacuuming, and the
dishes, and I’ll do the rest.


This has been a public service message for Women to better
understand the Male.

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

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.