Budwig Center in Spain
Suzanne Clegg — a Useful Service
Nena — Another Useful Service
A Reader’s Story — Anonymous


**** Dollars For Docs — Interesting Articles
**** Prostabel Progress
**** Great Video — Chris Wark

Welcome to this 154th issue of my monthly newsletter. About 24 months of past issues are available at this web site. Just click on the “Newsletter Archive” link on the left of the screen. The articles tend to be “timeless,” so read or reread some of them at your leisure.

By the way, in case you hadn’t noticed, there is a new “Search” feature at the top of the “home page” at this website. If you want to explore everything about a particular subject that is on this website (7 years of newsletters and hundreds of other pages), just enter the term in that “Search” box. Enjoy!


Budwig Center in Spain

In my Cancer-Free book I wrote about the Mariposas Clinic, a cancer treatment clinic in Malaga, Spain in Chapter 6. That clinic is gone. The owners split up a couple of years ago. I want you to become aware, however, of a great replacement for it that one of the owners of Mariposas has set up.

It is called The Budwig Center and it, too, is located in Malaga on the famous Costa del Sol. The owner, Dr. Lloyd Jenkins, visited Dr. Johanna Budwig in 2000. He was impressed with her approach and her success in healing thousands of cancer patients in her 50 years of active healing. She gave him written permission to pursue her regimen in his clinic. When Mariposas shut down, Dr. Jenkins named his new clinic The Budwig Center in honor of Dr. Budwig who passed away in 2003 at 95.

You’ll find lots of interesting information at Dr. Jenkins’ website. When he and I talked on the phone earlier this week, he remarked to me in an e-mail he sent later that “we’re on the same page.”

At the website, you can download a free 90-page e-book that describes all the treatments the clinic does as well as the complete Budwig diet and a group of recipes. The website

I have asked Dr. Jenkins to write an article for me that I will include in a later newsletter. I particularly want him to describe the results they’ve had with the “Distance Care Program” his clinic offers. This is for people who cannot come to the clinic for some reason. There are four different levels of this program. They are explained at the website above at the “Programs and Fees” page.

Their “resident” program requires about a 20 day stay. Apparently, you stay in a facility near the clinic. As you can tell, I am impressed with this clinic and its program. They have people come from all over the world. If you are in Europe or are free to travel from anywhere, this is an option you should explore.


Suzanne Clegg — A Useful Service

Some of you will remember an article in my November, 2010 newsletter about Suzanne Clegg and her offer of a free service to help you heal. Here is a link to that article: November, 2010 Newsletter.

Here’s a quote from that newsletter on Suzanne’s qualifications:

“Suzanne has 30 years experience with holistic medicine. She is a National Board Certified and New York State licensed acupuncturist, Acutonics® Sound healer, a Registered Dietitian, and most importantly for this audience, has been extensively mentored by William Bengston on how to do his technique. Bengston has been curing cancer in mice for 30 years using a type of ‘laying on of hands.’ Bengston’s book, The Energy Cure and his CD set Hands-On-Healing: A Training Course in the Energy Cure have been recently published.”

Remote healing has been used in every age of history and every culture. Suzanne Clegg is an energy healer specializing in cancer. She is offering some very affordable, time efficient remote healing programs for those “Touched by Cancer.”

Suzanne Clegg is an intuitive, a sound healer, an acupuncturist, a nutritionist and a researcher. She is the real deal. Her healing circles help the cancer patient to heal, as well as others involved: their family members, friends and the heart-centered health professionals involved in their care. She has a generous offer (actually, a F*r*e*e* offer) that I think you’ll really enjoy. It is an audio entitled “Is Remote Healing for Me?’ where she explains the principles she uses to remotely create feelings of bliss, emotional clearing, inspiration to make good decisions, healing relationships, and cooling down hot cancerous tumors. There is also a sample remote healing on the audio.

To listen to the audio or read about her programs for cancer, please visit:

Suzanne Clegg’s website.


Nena — Another Valuable Service

My friend, Jason Tebeau, owner of OC Fitness Source in Los Angeles, recently told me about a friend of his named Nena Neissen who offers her services all over the U.S. to cancer patients. Here’s how Jason described her service:

“My good friend, Nena, is available to travel the USA and provide hands-on support for changing anyone’s food and habits. She has worked with people such as Sugar Ray Leonard and Billy Bush of E! Entertainment. I have a very powerful ‘A list’ which we will publish. She also knows Bill Henderson’s book well and does live blood analysis and is certified in live blood and nutrition. We send her to anyone who is sick. She’s a life saver. As you know, the first thing people must do is change their diet, then implement a protocol for treatment. If you have anyone who needs her in-home, hands-on support, send them to me and I will put her in touch. She does a free evaluation by phone to address their needs. I will publish a page on my site that outlines her pricing as well.”

For more information on Nena and her pricing schedule, please take a look at Jason’s website, which is

If you use Nena’s service, please be sure to let me know what you think of it.


A Reader’s Story — Anonymous

Here is an interesting story from a reader who has asked me to keep it anonymous because it is essentially a “second-hand” story. Nevertheless, I think it is interesting enough that I wanted to share it with you:

“My wife and I are friends with a doctor, who is a podiatrist and his wife, who is a pharmaceutical representative for Merck. In December of 2010, my wife received a call from the doctor’s wife. She told my wife that her mother had been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer and the doctor gave her 8 months to live. She was devastated to say the least. The thought of losing her mother who was only 57, and her children growing up without really ever knowing their grandmother was just too much for her emotionally.

I had just lost my brother to lung cancer (or to the conventional treatment that he chose to do) in November of 2010, so when my wife told me that this friend’s mother had lung cancer, my first response was to ask, ‘I wonder if she and her family would be open to alternative treatments?’ So my wife called her back and asked. Both she and her husband were open to anything that might help her mother.

I immediately went online and ordered your e-book and then e-mailed it to them. The next day, our friend went to Kinko’s and had them print out the book for her, which she then went and started reading to her mother.

The doctors had given them little hope and the only treatment was chemotherapy. They visited with the oncologist and our friend asked him if her mother should change her diet and cut out sugar. The oncologist looked at her and said ‘Why would you want to do that? Eat anything you like.’ Our friend was stunned.

After a few days of deciding what to do, her mother decided to do the chemotherapy (mainly because the doctors told her that she didn’t have a chance without it) and also do your diet plan. They started with the cottage cheese and flax oil, along with the rest of the regimen that you recommend. A week after starting your diet, our friend’s mother started the chemotherapy. She didn’t get sick. In fact, she wanted to go out shopping. One of the things that she had was a collapsed lung (due to the cancer) and the doctors had told her that her lung would never work again. About a month into your protocol her lung began to work again. The doctors were astonished and couldn’t believe it. Further, she was still not getting sick from the chemo.

At her PET scan just before Easter of this year they only found a very small tumor on her spinal chord, none in her lungs. They decided that she no longer needed chemo, but our friend’s mother continued (committed for life) to do your protocol. At her PET scan in August, they pronounced her tumor-free. They could not find any trace of the tumors. I asked our friend what they attributed that change to. She smiled and said, ‘well, we know it wasn’t the chemo that cured her.'”

I hope you find this interesting. It’s not the first time I’ve heard that the regimen I recommend offsets all the “side effects” (actually “mainline” effects) of the chemo. Also, notice the absolute ignorance and arrogance of the cancer doctors. Nothing new to me!




Wonder if your doctor is taking bribes from Big Pharma? He/she probably is. Most doctors do. A wonderful effort to document this has been done recently at ProPublica, an interesting publication. Here’s a copy of Jim Schneringer’s e-mail. You can read as many of these articles as you like:

“The first step toward any change must necessarily be awareness. ProPublica (an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest) seems to be making headway with regard to publicizing the too cozy relationship between physicians and pharma. Below is a list of the series of articles from ProPublica they call ‘Dollars for Doctors: How Industry Money Reaches Physicians.'”

Here is the website where you can read all these articles:

Some of the titles may spark your interest:

*Doctors Avoid Penalties in Suits Against Medical Firms” (9/16/2011: co-published with The Washington Post)
“News Reports Cite Drop in Physician Speaking Fees” (9/8/2011)
“Patients Deserve to Know What Drug Companies Pay Their Doctor” (9/7/2011: co-published with the Los Angeles Times)
“Doctors Dine on Drug Companies’ Dime” (9/7/2011)
“Piercing the Veil, More Drug Companies Reveal Payments to Doctors” (9/7/2011)
“Drug Companies Defend ‘Interactions’ With Physicians” (9/7/2011)
“Financial Ties Bind Medical Societies to Drug and Device Makers” (5/5/2011: co-published with USA Today)
“Med Schools Flunk at Keeping Faculty Off Pharma Speaking Circuit” (12/19/2010)
“Docs on Pharma Payroll Have Blemished Records, Limited Credentials” (10/18/2010).

Another useful and interesting ProPublica resource: In October 2010, they compiled the list of payments that drug companies make to physicians and built a publicly searchable “Dollars for Docs” Database so that patients could look up their doctors. Check it out at their website above.

In short, folks, this is a very corrupt business. Avoid it!!



I’ve had several questions about my experience with the Prostabel product for my prostate gland. You can read the background story on this incredible product in my March, 2011 newsletter at: this link. A follow-up story is in my April, 2011 newsletter at <a;href=”http:”” 150nl.html”=””>this link. In the latter article, I give you the current information on the 20% discount on your first order. Again, I want to emphasize that I have no financial interest in this company or any of its products. They’re just special.

So, how am I doing? Well, I’ve been taking the Prostabel at the 2 pills twice a day rate for about six months now. The improvement in all my symptoms of BPH (prostate enlargement) has remained dramatic. I sleep better (get up fewer times to urinate). I pee less often during the day and my flow rate is far better than it was about 10 years ago. I have no problem with urgency or incontinence.

The best news is that for your second and subsequent orders, I have a new source that is about 20% cheaper than buying it from Natural Source (the manufacturers). Here’s an e-mail I got from Bob Russo, who is also using it:

“I originally purchased it through Natural Source International in NY for $116. However, they would not honor the discount when I needed to make another purchase a few months later. So, I shopped around and found it for $118 per bottle through New England Nutritives”

Thank you, Bob. The $118 compares to the Natural Source retail price of $145 for the same bottle. Still not cheap, but worth it to me!!



At the Cancer Control Society Convention in Los Angeles this month, a young man gave a great description of his healing his colon cancer. You’ll love this video:

Just click here.


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Be well…and be sure to hug each other every day and lay your burdens down tonight!

Bill Henderson
Author, “Cure Your Cancer” and “Cancer-Free”
E-mail: “How to Live Cancer-Free” Listen anytime.


Although many alternative medical treatments have been successfully used for many years, they are currently not practiced by conventional medicine and are therefore not “approved” and legal (in some States) for medical professionals to prescribe for their patients, although it is legal for individuals to use them at their own discretion. It therefore becomes necessary to include the following disclaimer:

The offerings made by this publication are to be carefully considered by the user. All responsibility regarding the use of alternative treatments rests with the patient. If you have doubts regarding these things, rely on your conventional doctor.