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Welcome to this thirty third issue of the Cure Your Cancer
Newsletter. Everyone who receives this newsletter has
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Shameless Plug

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Good question. I tried that for about six months. Almost
nobody read it and followed my recommendations. Now that
I’ve been charging a little for it, hundreds of people all
over the world are taking it seriously and getting well.
Just human nature. We tend to value things we pay for
more than those given to us free. Can’t afford it? Just
contact me at the e-mail address at the end of this news-
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But wait! If you can wait another two weeks or so, I will
be finished with the rewrite and update of the e-book. I
am incorporating everything I have learned about treating
cancer in the last two years — which is a lot! I will let
you know with an announcement in this newsletter as soon as
it is available at my web site.


First Timer?

If this is the first issue you have received of this
newsletter, remember that all the previous issues are
available at the “Newsletter Archives” page at my web
site. They contain information which supplements my
book. You can read them on the screen or print them
out. There is no charge. Just go to:


Avoid Supplement Fraud — And Save $$$$

If you have been shopping for supplements for long, you
know the wide variety of prices for what appears to be
the same thing. Unfortunately, those price variations
have little to do with quality. The major variables are
whether multi-level marketing (MLM) huge profits are
involved or whether the retail outlet has a large or small

The main reason I am taking time out from my update of my
e-book to send you this newsletter is some recent informa-
tion I’ve discovered which could be of great value to you.

The first thing you need to do is go to a web site. It is:


Poke around at this page. You will soon become acquainted
with Dr. Jon Brooks, a remarkable person. It is his web
site. He covers a phenomenal number of health topics and
offers some humor along with it.

Dr. Brooks is a retired oncologist. He is quite wealthy —
from successful stock investments, not from oncology. He
says he “…got tired of failure” and figured “..there must
be a better way.”

He has dedicated the rest of his life (he’s about a year
younger than me — going on 70) to help as many people as
he can use the available alternative means to get and stay
well. Sound familiar? We have a lot in common…wealth is
not one of them!

Among the most significant things Dr. Brooks has accomplished
for you and me is establishing “Our Health Coop.” It is a
source for a wide variety of supplements sold at manufacturer’s
cost plus 5%. You can use it today, as I have, to order your
supplements for 25-30% of what you have been paying.

Some examples: Wild Salmon Oil – Natural source for Omega 3
fatty acids – 90 capsules for $2.45 (normal retail: $9.95);
Progesterone Creme – 2 oz for $6.73 (normal retail: $39.95);
MSM – 1000mg – 90 veggie capsules for $4.98 (retail: $15.95);
Beta Sitosterol – 150mg (40% potency) – 60 capsules for $9.46
(retail: $29.95); Tonalin Conjugated Linoleic Acid – 1000mg
softgels – 90 count for $13.93 (retail: $34.95).

None of this would be relevant if you couldn’t trust the
quality. Turns out Dr. Brooks is a fanatic about quality. He
says over half of the supplements he has tested in the labora-
tory are “frauds.” They either do not contain the dosage they
say or they are contaminated with other substances or both. The
Our Health Coop, which is now operated for Dr. Brooks by a
wealthy Palm Beach couple, takes a capsule from each batch they
receive and sends it to the lab. Recently, for example, they
stopped carrying for three months the CoQ10 capsules they had
been carrying because they didn’t pass the lab test. Once the
manufacturer upgraded their product to pass the lab test, Our
Health Coop reinstated it.

My wife and I just got our first order of products from these
people. We spent about $75 for items which we were taking from
other sources which would have cost us over $250.

Go check it out at:


This information will be in the new edition of my book, which
I hope to have published before the end of January. I felt it
was important enough that I didn’t want to wait to bring it to
your attention.

OK, Henderson, back to work!!

Grape Juice Caution

Some of you may have read my article “Grape Juice Cures Cancer”
in the last issue of this newsletter on December 4th 2002. If
you’d like to read it, you will find it at:


An e-mail I received this week suggests that caution is advis-
able in using this treatment. Here’s the e-mail:



My name is Bob Rabel. My wife has been battling ovarian
cancer for three years now. We’ve tried many supplements and
diet changes, some successful, some not. I appreciate your
newsletters greatly. However, you might want to tell your
readers what my wife experienced. She tried the grape juice
therapy in your newsletter. She used pure organic 100% Concord
grape juice just as the therapy advised. Many know that cancer
cells grow 3 to 5 times faster in high levels of glucose. We
were a little bit skeptical about the fructose content in grape
juice. Turns out we were correct. Her tumor marker almost
jumped 100%. In her 3 1/2 years it has never jumped higher
than 25%. Keep in mind this was just one month’s time. A word
of caution might be given with this therapy because, in my
opinion, the grape juice was the culprit.



Bob Rabel”

If you read the article, there was a cautionary note at the
end of the article that read “Also, excess sugar is now found
in a lot of grape juices made from concentrates, ‘to make it
tase good’/supermarket brands…etc.”

The problem is the word “organic.” It has no defined meaning.
I regret any harm that may have been caused to Bob’s wife or
anyone else. I think the best approach, if you are interested
in trying the “grape seed” treatment is to order a bottle of
“O.P.C. Grape Seed Extract” 50 mg – 60 capsules for $7.47 from
Our Health Coop (see above).

In case you have wondered at the spartan simplicity of the
format of this newsletter, it has a purpose. From experi-
ence publishing several newsletters, I’ve found that this
format — simple text with lines no longer than 65 char-
acters — is the only one that will print on all e-mail
screens (maybe even WebTV) the same. Most of you will
notice that the web links in this newsletter are high-
lighted 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.”

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” e-book
143 pages – $14.95 – instant PDF download

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.