Ty Bollinger:Talk about the work of Dr. Kelley. We have already interviewed [the late] Dr. Gonzales a little bit about it, but talk about the work of Dr. Kelley and how that has impacted your career.
Dr. Linda Isaacs: Well, when I met Nick Gonzales he was investigating Dr. Kelley’s work. And so much of what I would have to say is in effect taken second hand. I mean, I met Dr. Kelley myself. But much of Nick’s work was done before I actually came on the scene, so to speak. Continue reading →
Editor’s NOTE:The time of this writing was 2003. Dr. Kelley passed in January of 2005. what follows was first posted on this site on August 26, 2015. In addition, it was made an integral part of Dr. Kelley’s seminal treatise on cancer, re-titled, Victory Over Cancer: without Surgery, Chemotherapy, or Radiation, expanded and published in 2015. It is time to bring this study of Kelley’s work back to the front page once more. (J.B.)
Dr. Kelley developed the Kelley Nutritional-Metabolic Cancer Program in the 1960s which involves four major components: pancreatic enzymes, nutrition, detoxification and spirituality. The Kelley Program defines cancer according to Dr. Beard’s theory that states that cancer is a normal, necessary part of life.
Dr. William Donald Kelley, an orthodontist from Washington State, developed the Kelley Nutritional-Metabolic Cancer Program in the 1960s. In the 1960s Dr. Kelley was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, he developed this program, cured himself and is still alive today, forty years later. He then taught other cancer patients his program, which has had phenomenal results leading to complete cures in many cancer patients. In 1970, Dr. Kelley was convicted of practicing medicine without a license and in 1976 a court suspended his dental license for five years. Despite his hardships with conventional medicine, he continues to help cancer patients by teaching them his program. Continue reading →
Publisher’s NOTE: What follows in another example of how the International Medical Community persecutes those who have guided people to a healthy life. This reaches beyond Dr. William D. Kelley, Nicholas Gonzalez, Gerson, Bryzinski, Hulda Clarke, Royal Rife and so many others. ~ J.B.
Dr. Hamer had an exceptionally high success rate with his cancer therapy, by far the highest I have seen of any therapy. During one of several trials of the persecuted Dr. Hamer the public prosecutor (Wiener-Neustadt in Austria) had to admit that after 4 to 5 years 6,000 out of 6,500 patients with mostly advanced cancer were still alive. That is over 90%, almost a reversal of the results to be expected after conventional treatment of advanced conditions. Continue reading →
Placenta anatomic diagram from Gray’s Anatomy published in 1918
Have you ever wondered why cancer treatment has not changed much in over 70 years? Why is chemotherapy still the mainstay of conventional cancer treatment after all these years of disappointing results for the majority of cancer cell types? Perhaps we should be exploring alternatives. At a medical meeting I attended, Nicholas Gonzalez MD presented his views on the etiology of cancer and cancer treatment. Dr. Gonzalez was actively engaged in medical practice in Manhattan where he treated advanced cancer successfully with high dose oral pancreatic enzymes. This treatment regimen is based on the Trophoblastic Theory of Cancer. This theory was originally proposed by a Scottish embryologist named John Beard (1858-1924), and was resurrected by William Donald Kelley, DDS (1926-2005). Continue reading →
Conventional methods of treating cancer generate approximately $200 billion dollars each year, and that’s just in the U.S.! Most of this money goes to Big Pharma and a large majority is generated through the sale and use of chemotherapy drugs.
When Dr. William Donald Kelley, DDS developed pancreatic cancer in 1962, he was given less than a 4 weeks to live by the physicians of his day. Facing imminent death, Dr. Kelley chose to follow the theories of Dr. John Beard, MD in order to enjoy an improved quality of life. Dr. Beard proposed that cancer cells act similarly to trophoblastic (placental) cells—cells whose growth is stopped by endogenous pancreatic enzymes from the mother and baby. Beard’s theory is known as the “trophoblastic theory of cancer.” Employing this theory, Dr. Kelley used pancreatic enzymes, raw juices, and coffee enemas to improve his overall quality and length of life. Dr. Kelley survived until 2005. Continue reading →
The following is the transcript from Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez’ lecture in 1990 to the World Research Foundation.
For Dr. Kelley cancer began with eye problems. He was riding down the road and noticed that he was having trouble reading street signs. At 35 years old he had always had 20/20 vision. Over the subsequent months his eyesight got progressively worse and he called his ophthalmologists. The ophthalmologist told him that at 35 he was just getting older and prescribed glasses for Dr. Kelley.
A few months later while he was with his patients (Dr. Kelley was an orthodontist) he noticed that he was having trouble seeing the patient’s teeth clearly. He went back to his ophthalmologist who said “this is interesting, you need bifocals”. That didn’t sit well on Kelley’s soul because he was only 35 years old he thought that was much too young to wear bifocals, but he wore the glasses anyway and they seemed to help. Continue reading →
As you learn how to live a healthy, Breast Cancer-free lifestyle and begin to put many different natural healing modalities and substances into your healing toolbox, Chiropractic care may not be the first thing you think of. As a veteran Chiropractor for 37 years, I have seen the amazing healing that can occur when an individual begins to balance their Nerve System. As part of YOUR healing journey, I encourage you to also embrace adding Chiropractic care to your overall healing routine and here is why! Continue reading →
Time magazine starts and essay written by Vice President Joe Biden on cancer saying, “Every day, thousands of Americans hear the dreaded “c word” from their doctor. I know the fear and the numbness that sets in with the cancer of a loved one. What happens next can make the difference between life and death. If there’s a treatment that can help, there’s hope. But for some people, hope is a clinical trial that will ultimately determine whether a new therapy can slow or stop their cancer.” Continue reading →
The news of Michael Buble’s three-year-old son being diagnosed with liver cancer brought back flashbacks from my childhood; you could say that I became a naturopathic doctor because of cancer.
As a 10-year-old child, I stood before the coffin of my 10-year-old cousin Linda – she had died from cancer. There are experiences where one encounter can shape your life, and Linda’s death shaped mine. How could this be, a 10-year-old dying from cancer? We just played together and now her play was gone. I made a vow to myself that day that I would try to change this from happening, and as a child I began studying alternative medicine and continued this pursuit my entire life, specifically anti-aging and chronic disease treatments dealing with cancer and recognizing a connection between nutrition and the disease structure. Continue reading →