Cancer starts growing on and in the skin where excess toxins start accumulating. Each cancer cell absorbs destructive toxins. Cancer cells continue to grow in size and number as long as excess toxins are found outside the existing cancer cells.
The purpose of the cancer cells is to isolate harmful excess toxins by engulfing them so those toxins securely remain inside the cancer cells. Continue reading
Empower yourself, learn to heal today! ~ T. Copenhaver
My husband is a sixteen-year cancer survivor. When he was diagnosed in 2001 there were no books, no seminars and very few options for Acinic cell cancer. The treatment proposed was very disfiguring with probable facial nerve damage; and the only two people the local surgeon had operated on were dead. Choosing a well known teaching hospital instead, we prepared for surgery number 2—to correct the misplaced surgical drain shooting saliva out of the back of his ear; and to remove the other half of the tumor we were told was left behind from surgery number 1. Continue reading
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When Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez died in July (of 2015), there was not much notice. He did not get an obituary in The New York Times or in most other major media outlets.
Yet Dr. Gonzalez, whom I interviewed in 2003, was a fascinating figure in the world of cancer, walking a tenuous boundary between orthodox oncology and alternative medicine — or what is now called complementary medicine. Though his beliefs and treatments have fierce critics, his insights shed light on the mysteries of cancer. Continue reading
You don’t have to live close by to take good care of a senior loved one. We all want to help our seniors live happy and healthy lives, but sometimes life puts hundreds of miles between us. If it can’t be helped, we must find a way to care from afar. If your loved one has mobility issues, there are some specific ways you can help them stay independent. Here are some tips. Continue reading
You would not take your vehicle to a mechanic that could not determine the cause of it not working properly. An important part of being a good mechanic is knowing what causes a particular problem. Without good diagnostics (knowing cause) the mechanic would be just guessing at best what the solution to his mechanical problem might be. I am wary of any mechanic that could not quickly and precisely determine the cause of a certain mechanical problem.
I am wary of any doctor or group of doctors that can not quickly and precisely determine the cause of a physical problem. You can replace a vehicle. It is not possible to replace your human body. Our body is much more valuable than any vehicle. Be most careful of which mechanics (doctors) you allow to work on your body. Continue reading
Jim Henson created the Muppets. In late 1989, he sold his company to Disney for $150 million.
In early 1990, he began experiencing flu-like symptoms. On May 15, he got really sick. Wikipedia reports:
That night, Henson’s wife Jane, from whom he was separated, came to visit for the last time. Hours later, on May 15, Henson was having trouble breathing and began coughing up blood. He suggested to his wife that he might be dying, but did not want to take time from his schedule to visit a hospital. Jane later stated that while Henson’s Christian Science upbringing “affect[ed] his general thinking”, it did not have any influence on his postponement of medical treatment, and still later told People magazine that his avoidance was likely due to his desire not to be a bother to anyone. . . .
Publisher’s NOTE ~ The basis of what you are about to read was written some years ago by a renowned practitioner (now retired) in the cancer field and was updated in November of 2016. As the approved Editor and Publisher of the writings of Dr. William Donald Kelley, I have taken the Liberty of correcting several minor issues in this post. In addition, I have also added the names and contact information for several of those offering services or enzymes – beyond those which were originally offered by the author. Also, we have added several video tutorials for your expanded education.
There has been no attempt to alter the meanings or intent of the author’s original writing. You’ll find a link near the end of this post, which will take you to the original column. We believe that you will find what is posted here to more beneficial. ~ J.Bennett
GPs should avoid giving cancer patients too much bad news as it can worsen their pain and side effects, according to a leading doctor.
Professor Frede Olesen, said telling sufferers about the progression of the illness or the side effects of chemotherapy may make them feel more ill. 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