“Chemotherapy drugs are derived from World War I nerve gas chemicals.” ~ Nick Gonzalez
Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez
Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez was a tireless physician for those left behind by Western medicine. In fact, his success with ‘terminal’ cancer patients was second to none. Despite all the ridicule and vicious attacks leveled against him over the years, Dr. Gonzalez remained steadfast in his beliefs, caring for and supporting those in need.
Dr. Gonzalez was a staunch supporter of medical freedom and informed consent. Unlike the conventional cancer industry and its fear tactics, Dr. Gonzalez NEVER tried to convince someone to accept his therapy over standard medical treatments like, surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. Continue reading
Patients mourn the loss of a compassionate, innovative doctor who helped thousands heal from cancer.
Holistic cancer treatment pioneer Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez died earlier this morning, apparently from a heart attack, according to reports Natural News has received from close friends. Dr. Gonzalez is best known as a pioneering holistic cancer treatment doctor who helped many thousands of people overcome cancer through the use of complementary and holistic treatment protocols.
“It is with great sadness that the office of Nicholas J. Gonzalez, M.D. relays news of his untimely death on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The cause of death was cardiac related, it appears, as he suddenly collapsed and was unable to be revived. Dr. Gonzalez was in excellent health otherwise so his passing is quite unexpected,” reports the Dr. Gonzalez website. Continue reading
Gonzalez on Kelley
A young Dr. Gonzalez with his mentor…
New York City physician and cancer specialist Dr. Nick Gonzalez focuses on alternative cancer treatment using a three-pronged nutritional approach. He’s had remarkable success treating patients diagnosed with some of the most lethal forms of cancer that conventional medicine cannot effectively address.
Alternative cancer treatments are a kind of “forbidden area” in medicine, but Dr. Gonzalez chose to go that route anyway, and has some remarkable success stories to show for his pioneering work.
He didn’t set out to treat cancer at first, let alone treat patients. His original plan was to be a basic science researcher at Sloan-Kettering, a teaching hospital for Cornell Medical College. He had a chance meeting with William Kelley, a controversial dentist who was one of the founders of nutritional typing. Dr. Kelley had been practicing alternative and nutritional approaches for over two decades at the time, leading him to begin a student project investigation of Kelley’s work in the summer of 1981. Continue reading
An Investigation of Nutrition, Cancer, and William Donald Kelley
Excerpt from Introduction 2010
A young Dr. Gonzalez with his mentor…
It is hard sometimes to believe that 28 years have now passed since I first began my investigations of the controversial alternative cancer therapist and dentist William Donald Kelley. In July of 1981, after my second year of medical school at Cornell, a good friend and successful writer called me one afternoon asking if I knew anything about Dr. Kelley and his strange nutritional treatment for cancer. I had certainly heard of Kelley by that point. His name had been splashed across all the major and minor newspapers and TV news shows some eight months earlier, vilified as the practitioner supervising the treatment of the actor Steve McQueen who in November 1980 lost his battle with advanced mesothelioma in a Mexican clinic. The stories had continued for many months even after McQueen’s death, and though I hadn’t followed the case too closely and knew little about Kelley, I thought the vicious attacks against him somewhat peculiar. After all, McQueen suffered a malignancy that was—and still is—incurable in the conventional world. Kelley had tried, I thought, when I first read articles about him and McQueen, and hadn’t succeeded—hardly some grievous sin, since all practicing oncologists try and fail, with many if not most of their patients. Continue reading
“Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing happened.” – Winston Churchill
William D. Kelley, D.D.S. Thats what I put in the space marked Father on the hundreds of forms I have had to fill out in my time. In the space marked Fathers Occupation, I put Health Researcher. Thats about all the information I volunteer without a darn good reason, though. To my frequent embarrassment, my father has managed to attain a certain degree of fame.
Euphemistically, he can be said to be controversial. Those less kindly disposed toward him might use the term infamous. In any case, I have always found it easier simply to avoid him as a topic of casual conversation. Continue reading