* Great new information source
* Second step to “Cure Your Cancer”
* BLAST Cancer

Great new information source

There is no end to the discoveries one can make on the
web. Just this week, I found a great site for anyone
researching cancer or any other health topic. This site
sports a search capability that is awesome. For example,
by using “cancer cures” as a search term, I found a source
for MGN-3 from Lane Labs that is considerably less expensive
than Compassionet, the one I mention in my book. For example,
a bottle of the 250 mg capsules containing 50 costs $41.71
compared to $50.96 from Compassionet, another distributor for
Lane Labs. You can go directly to the less expensive source


The general health remedy search engine, through which I found
this new source, is at:


The second step to “Cure Your Cancer”

Thanks again to the Internet, curing your or your loved
one’s cancer has become even simpler. Let me tell you
about “Step Two” on your checklist. “Step One,” of course,
is to read my book “Cure Your Cancer.” If you haven’t read
it in the last six weeks, please download it and read it
again in its latest, updated version. You can do that by
clicking here:


Once you understand the basics — what cancer is, what the
cancer “system” is like in the U.S. and why you must co-
doctor and look for alternative therapies, you are ready
for “Step Two.” It is called “The Cancer Cure Foundation.”
Their web site is:


This is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing infor-
mation on alternative cancer therapies. At their web site, you
will find detailed descriptions of multiple clinics all over the
world. They are divided into “Clinics in the U.S.,” “Clinics in
Mexico,” and “Clinics Outside the U.S. except Mexico.”

The information they provide is mind-boggling. It includes
contact names, phone numbers, addresses, web sites, e-mail
addresses, pictures of providers, pictures of the clinics,
pictures of patients with their testimonials. They give a
detailed description of the types of treatment given by each
clinic, including glossaries of terms.

Finally, they give you a list of 8 or 10 of the “Most Popular”
clinics. They ask for feedback from their users and obviously
they get it. They have been doing this since 1976, but have
adapted their service very efficiently to the Internet age.

Here is the readily available second or third opinion you
definitely need before you accept ANY cancer treatment. If
you have already been treated for cancer, you need them even
more. When cancer recurs, because it has not been completely
eradicated the first time, it tends to metastasize much more
aggressively. The theory seems to be that those cancer cells
which ALWAYS survive any conventional treatment (chemotherapy,
radiation or surgery) tend to be much more aggressive and
metastasize much more rapidly when they do (as they will)
again become “visible” to the conventional oncologist, months
or years later.

The treatments and clinics covered at the Cancer Cure Found-
ation’s web site are those which attack the cause of the
cancer. They treat it as a lifelong condition in your normal
body functions (cellular division, immune system, etc.) which
needs to be brought back into balance (remission) and kept
there for the rest of your long life.

CANCER IS NOT A “DISEASE.” It is simply your body’s own cells
which have assumed an abnormal function as a result of damage
to their normal functioning. Stem cells multiply much more
rapidly than cancer cells…so cancer cells are not even the
most rapidly dividing cells in your body. They’re just
abnormal cells which need to be brought under control. That’s

Try this question on your oncologist. “Is cancer a disease?”
Pay close attention to his/her response. It’ll tell you if
you need a second or third opinion.

Happy Trails!

BLAST Cancer

Some of you may recall that I’ve written about Richard A.
Bloch, co-founder of H & R Block, the tax return people,
before. Richard Bloch is a lung cancer survivor who was
pronounced terminal 23 years ago. On the first page of
my book, I give you a hotline number he sponsors for
cancer patients to contact fellow patients with the same
cancer diagnosis.

He started another movement about three years ago. The
acronym translation will give you an idea of its thrust.
Bloch’s Leverage Against Substandard Treatment for Cancer
(BLAST Cancer) is his attempt to get all the doctors in
the cancer “establishment” to buy into the need for second
(or third) opinions in the diagnosis of cancer. It is
interesting to read the responses of some of the oncologists
to this initiative:

A top medical oncologist stated that he had never treated a
cancer patient without a second opinion from someone other
than an associate of his. This was for four reasons: 1.
Cancer is a very serious disease [hmmmm..see what I mean?]
that grows geometrically. If it is not treated properly the
first time, there is often no second chance. 2. He is human
and could make a mistake. 3. Someone else could see something
that he doesn’t see. 4. Someone else could know something that
he doesn’t know. [Makes sense.]

From Ernest and Isadora Rosenbaum, oncologists at UC San Fran-
cisco Cancer Center, “Over 50 percent of persons diagnosed
with cancer can be cured, and the rate increases to 75 percent
when good preventive and diagnostic procedures are followed.”
In other words, they are saying that prompt, proper treatment
could reduce cancer mortality 50%!

Dr. John Laszlo, former head of the American Cancer Society
wrote, “I have seen or heard the stories of hundreds of people
with cancer who would have benefited from a second opinion. In
most cases it was a medical oncology opinion that could have
saved a serious error; then radiation and surgical.” He’s
saying that “serious errors” occur in all three types of con-
ventional cancer treatment.

The National Cancer Institute has stated that if physicians
would use the recommended treatments in PDQ today, (the NCI’s
computerized service with state-of-the-art protocols) some
10% of those dying from cancer could be saved. That is in
excess of 1,000 Americans each week.

Dr. Richard Morrison, a radiation oncologist, stated in August,
1999, that “According to my preliminary studies, the number of
cancer deaths that would be prevented annually in the US would
be 167,400.”

So, the consensus is that somewhere between 1,000 and 5,000
lives each week could be saved in the US alone by better use
of the CONVENTIONAL diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

This, of course, says nothing about the horrible damage to the
“quality of life” done with conventional treatment, both to
those who survive it and those who don’t. And they call us
“quacks” who advocate looking at gentler, proven alternatives.
Go figure!