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What Would I Do?
I frequently get asked by you, my beloved readers, “What
would you do if you had xxxxxxx [fill in the blank with
prostate, lung, liver, pancreas, or whatever] cancer?”
In this issue, I’m going to try to answer that question. In
the past year, since I first “published” my e-book on the
Internet, I have learned a lot about treating cancer…much
of it from you, my faithful readers.
First, the “xxxxxxx” above is immaterial. In other words,
the type of cancer I was diagnosed with does not determine
the treatment I would begin. This may seem strange to some
of you who have been through several oncologists, all trying
to tailor just the right treatment for your particular type
Well, folks, guess what? The treatments I adopt to get
cancer-free do not depend AT ALL on what type of cancer I
have. Now, admittedly, some of the clinics I will mention
would treat me with different substances depending on whether
I had lung cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer or whatever.
They are more qualified than I, by far, to prescribe from
among the multitude [over 100] of proven natural treatments.
I have heard of, read and personally witnessed many cancer
remissions experienced by cancer patients with all types of
cancer and in all “stages” of that cancer. It truly doesn’t
seem to matter. Whatever type of cancer I had and whatever
stage it was in, there is some combination of natural,
non-toxic treatments that will almost certainly cure me.
If the type of cancer isn’t the key variable, what is? Well,
actually, there are two: 1] By far the most important is
my attitude; 2] Much less important, as far as the success
of the treatment, but a key variable, is how much I can
afford to spend (yes, $$$ do make a difference in selecting
a cancer treatment, just as they do in all other medical
Obviously, I’m an optimist about the curability of all types
of cancer. As soon as I got the diagnosis, I would begin to
take a variety of substances to do two things: 1) Retard the
spread of the cancer cells; and 2) Build up my immune system
to its peak performance. While I would begin seeking the
perfect medical professional (see below), I would not wait to
find him/her to begin. I would start this treatment regimen
immediately, while I began my search. Naturally (being per-
fect, except for a little excessive modesty) I would stick to
my regimen religiously.
Battling cancer is a WAR I could not afford to lose. I would
want all my system’s resources brought to bear immediately
to correct the condition that brought on the appearance of
While the diagnosis wouldn’t scare me, it would certainly re-
shuffle my priorities. If I had been eating sugar or meat or
dairy products or drinking alcohol, I would stop immediately –
cold turkey! Certainly, if I were a smoker, I would quit
immediately – cold turkey!
I would reject chemotherapy unless I had one of the rare
cancers listed on page 36 of my book. I would reject radia-
tion — period! I would reject surgery unless two cancer
specialists (not necessarily oncologists) who were proficient
in treating cancer with natural means agreed that it was
necessary for “debulking” purposes.
I would begin immediately taking the following, regardless
of my financial condition:
1. Dr. Williams’ Daily Advantage — see pp. 29 & 30 in my
book — or the equivalent.
2. Additional supplements — at least 10 grams per day of
Vitamin C plus L-Lysine and L-Proline. See this incredibly
great web site for the details:
3. MGN-3 and beta glucan — see pp. 44-53 in my book.
4. A macrobiotic diet prescribed by a qualified nutri-
tionist. Would you believe that since January 1, 2002,
Medicare will pay for both nutritional counselling and
supplements for cancer patients (and diabetics and heart
patients, etc.)? Didn’t know this? Check it out. A
federal law was passed by Congress in January. Private
insurance companies who sell Medigap and other health
policies are just now picking up on it.
5. Green Supreme or other alfalfa products for broad
enzyme therapy and to help alkalize my body. See the
article “A True CAM Guru For You” in my newsletter #15,
December 22, 2001. You will find it in my newsletter
Approximate cost: $15 for a bottle of 400 tablets.
6. Ph test strips, which I would use 3 or 4 times a day
to test the alkaline/acid balance in my body. These are
available at most health food stores or from the same
source as the Green Supreme (see above paragraph). “Cancer
cannot grow in an alkaline body.” Bet on it!
Approximate cost: $5 for an 8-foot roll.
7. Health club (gym) membership. See Bonus Booklet #2,
“Stop Your Aging With Exercise” in my e-book. Exercise
is even more essential for my cancer treatment than it
was for my prevention routine.
Approximate cost: $60 per month.
The cost of the above “Standard Regimen” would be $574 per
month for the first 3 weeks to 4 months (until I reduced the
MGN-3 to the maintenance dose as a result of testing my
NK cell activity); then about $374 per month after that.
I’m not sure how many of these supplements the new law
will allow Medicare to pay for, but it could be all of
them. I would check it out. In any case, this is less
than most of us spend monthly on a car payment.
Next, I would scout around my area using the Internet as
a guide (see Appendix A in my book) to find an integrative
medicine physician (or very open-minded oncologist) to
help me apply my cancer management strategy. I would not
hesitate to get a second or third opinion if I doubted the
validity of anything I was told by the physician(s).
If I were driving a Lamborghini (approximate cost: $240,000),
I would seek out one of the following treatments (more or
less in this order):
1. Dr. Griedrich Douwes, Klinik St. Georg. Mailing address:
Rosenheimer Sir. 6-8, 83043 Bad Aibling, Germany. Tel:
011-49-8061-398-412; e-mail: Prantseck@t-online.de;
Approximate cost for 3 week treatment: $18,000-23,000.
2. Dr. Ross Hauser, IPT Clinic (see my newsletter #19,
March 9, 2002), Oak Park, Illinois, Tel: (708) 848-7789
Approximate cost for 3 week treatment: $13,000.
3. Aidan Clinic, Tempe, Arizona. My info is from a
reader, Diane Paradise, who is an enthusiastic advocate
of this clinic. Web:
Approximate cost for 3 week treatment: $13,000.
4. Gaston Naessens’ 714X treatment. Info available
from Cerbe Distribution, Inc., Rock Forest (Quebec),
Canada, Tel: (819) 564-7883, Web: http://www.cerbe.com
Approximate cost: $1,200 and up.
5. Tijuana clinics. I would take the tour. See article
in my newsletter #10, August 6, 2001 “What About Mexican
Cancer Clinics?” These clinics include Oasis of Hope,
CHIPSA, Gerson, etc.
Approximate cost for 3 week treatment: $9,000-$15,000.
6. Far Infrared Sauna. Hyperthermia (literally “high
heat treatment”) augments the effects of virtually all
cancer treatment. This “go anywhere” portable sauna is
a high dollar item (about $2,000), but it works. Since
we haven’t discussed these devices before, here is some
brief information on them:
“Far Infrared Saunas
Far infrared saunas allow the individual to elevate and
control more moderate temperatures at home or at their
place of business, which may be a more accessible, viable
option to hyperthermia. Extended usage of saunas during
care may enhance the efficacy of both traditional and
complementary approaches. Far infrared saunas have been
used effectively in the treatment of cancers in Japan.
Furthermore, saunas are routinely used to detoxify indiv-
iduals of environmental toxins. Far infrared saunas that
elevate temperatures are beneficial in therapies and are
available through the web portal, on a custom order basis,
shipped directly to your house or place of business.”
One source is: http://www.farinfraredsauna.com/
If I were driving an Audi (approximate cost: $32,000), I
would pursue the following forms of treatment, in addition
to the “Standard Regimen” above:
1. Vitamin B17/Amygdalin/Laetrile. See the article in my
newsletter #22, May 2, 2002, “Details on Vitamin B-17/Amyg-
2. Intravenous (IV) Vitamin C.
3. Bovine or other mammal colustrum, preferably tailored
as a vaccine for treatment of my particular cancer.
4. Protocel, Poly-MVA and/or Graviola. See my newsletter
archives for articles on each of these.
Note: All of the above would be done under the supervision
of a qualified cancer specialist, not necessarily an oncol-
If I were driving a Volkswagen (approximate cost: $18,000),
I would pursue the following forms of treatment, in addition
to the “Standard Regimen” above:
1. Pau d’Arco Tea. See the article in my newsletter #22,
May 2, 2002, “What The Heck is Pau d’Arco?” The cost is
about $12 per month or zero, because if you can’t afford it,
Roger DeLong will give it to you free.
2. Flax Oil and Cottage Cheese/Yogurt. 3 tablespoons of
Flax Oil mixed with one-half cup of Cottage Cheese or one-
quarter cup of plain yogurt oxygenates your blood (which
cancer cells hate) and supplies the best source of essential
Omega-3 fatty acid. The cost is about $40 per month.
3. Red Raspberry Capsules. Why? What are the benefits?
Raspberries, like many other fruits, contain ellagitannins,
compounds that have been shown to have many health benefits,
but raspberries have the most.
These benefits include:
– Prevention of certain types of cell damage by carcinogens
that result in cancer.
– Slows tumor growth.
– Inducement of natural cell death for cancer cells (Cancer
cells have an abnormal lifespan). Call Bob & Jackie Hall at
(800) 454-1906, ext 3433 for more information.
Approximate cost: $21.95 per month.
Finally, I would recognize that any attempt to reduce the
treatment and cure of cancer to a few paragraphs (even by me)
is bound to be vastly over-simplified. I would continue to
explore and experiment with new treatment options, which are
being publicized on the Internet every day.
For example, just within the last week, I have read a lot
of information on artemisinin. It is another Chinese herb
extract. Its effect on cancer was discovered seven years
ago by two University of Washington bio-engineering pro-
fessors. Doctors are currently using it effectively as
part of the treatment regimen for a wide variety of cancers.
The quality of the product containing artemisinin is crit-
ical. The best source I have is Allergy Research Group at
Bottom line: I would persist in whatever treatment regi-
men I chose and could afford as long as I lived, realizing
that once I was diagnosed with cancer, it was vital to keep
my body in perfect cancer-fighting condition. I would also
realize that not all treatments work the same for every-
body and that most people using complementary therapies
use a combination of them. For example, here is a quote
from a message on one of the cancer chat groups I tune
into on the web:
“She has me on shark cartilage, food enzymes, clean start
(detox), essiac tea, advanced lung formula, ligyme forte
(lithium), and una de gato (cat’s claw). I also take vit
c & e, chlorella, spiralena, melatonin, belladonna,
selenium, beta carotene and several other things another
naturopath added for me. I also drink fresh juice every
day and have cut out all sugar, dairy and processed foods.
I try to eat lots of nuts and fruit and vegetables during
the day. I am still trying to find good protein replace-
ments and have been eating a lot of beans. this seems to
be a good start.”
Within six months or so, I would be cancer-free and feeling
much better than before I was diagnosed. Believe it folks!
More On The AMAS Test
You may remember that in the last newsletter, I promised to
give you some feedback on Marc in Montreal’s experience with
the AMAS test.
Marc’s wife’s blood sample was sent by FedEx to Oncolab in
Boston. Marc sent me a copy of the report they received a
couple of days later. It was “Normal,” which, of course,
made them happy. That result was confirmed by mammograms
and other tests.
Another reader from California reported that she had used the
AMAS test successfully seven years ago. However, when her
cancer returned, she found that two labs she had used in Calif-
ornia were no longer handling the test. She could find no lab
in California to handle it.
So, the jury is still out on this one. Is the action in Calif-
ornia an attempt to freeze out Oncolab and the AMAS test be-
cause it is not FDA-approved? Is there some competitive
pressure being exerted on the labs by the marketers of other
tests? Who knows?
More on Pau d’Arco
Since the last newsletter, we have received two 2-pound bags
of pau d’arco tea from Roger DeLong. He was kind enough to
send us an extra bag for a friend who has serious cancer but
cannot afford the pau d’arco or anything else. Roger does
this routinely for people who can’t afford the tea.
I tried several glasses of it. The taste is unique. Not un-
pleasant, just different. You can mix it with green tea,
fruit juice, etc. if you like. My wife is continuing to drink
3-4 glasses a day, because she feels it is helping her treat-
ment of her candidiasis.
The number of ailments for which this tea has proven effective
is astonishing. Again, to get the full details on this in-
expensive and proven cancer cure, go to Roger’s web site:
The current price per 2-pound bag is $14.95. That is more than
adequate for a month’s supply of the tea at the recommended dose
of four 8-ounce glasses per day.
Medicine She Is A’Changin’
As most of you know, I respect Dr. Mercola highly. Among the
thousands of health-related web sites, his is second in popul-
arity only to diet-guru Dr. Atkins.
For an interesting slant on Dr. Mercola’s view of the revol-
ution occurring right now in medicine, take a look at his
article “The Key To The Transformation Of The Western Medical
While you’re there, subscribe to his weekly newsletter. It’s
free and chock-full of interesting articles.
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