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You may remember a while back there was a spate of news articles about high-level bankers and bank employees committing suicide. Conspiracy theories were coming left and right and then as suddenly as the reports started they stopped – just like that. Here is a list of more than 50 of these bankers, in date order, with a brief overview on each of them.
You probably also remember that last year, a dozen holistic doctors either died or went missing over a course of only 90 days. How oddly coincidental. Continue reading
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The following was written by Paul Fassa and published by Natural News as a two-part series in November of 2009. Dr. Kelley had profound respect for Budwig and wrote of her in Victory Over Cancer. We have chosen to go back to Mr. Fassa’s work and publish his complete series at this time in the offering below. ~ J.B.
Flaxseed oil and cottage cheese for curing cancer? Many have been skeptical of this dietary approach, known as the Budwig Diet. Even Dr. Andrew Weil was quoted as calling it “wishful thinking”. Yet over a 50 year period, Johanna Budwig had a 90% plus cancer cure rate in Germany with 4500 patients. Some cancer victims that she cured with her protocol were considered terminal. Continue reading
Dr. William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS
The following is a continuation of research on alternative cancer practitioner Dr. William Kelley. In my previous post, I did my best to summarize his quite elaborate cancer protocol and the success he had with treating cancer. Dr. Kelley claimed a 93% success rate for patients who came to him first (not after chemo, radiation, surgery). He also claimed a fairly high success rate for those given 3 months to live at a slightly better than 50% chance. For those with less than 3 months to live he claimed a 25-35% chance of survival. In total, Dr. Kelley and his practitioners treated over a whopping 33,000 patients. Dr. Kelley’s success with pancreatic cancer, the most deadly of all cancers, was especially striking (I will give details later). Continue reading
More than two-thousand years ago Hippocrates was the first physician to issue a word of caution about the over-use of medicines. Hippocrates invoked an oath to “first do no harm” before doctors reach for the latest nostrum.
In 1976 Austrian philosopher and Catholic priest Ivan Illich, in his book Medical Nemesis, launched what was then considered “the gravest health hazard we face today: our medical system.”
Illich was unforgiving. The first sentence in his text reads: “The medical establishment has become a major threat to health.”
His second sentence: “The disabling impact of professional control over medicine has reached the proportions of an epidemic.” Readers needn’t have read another sentence but to obtain the details.
Welcome to Views From the Outside. The purpose of this section, is to introduce you to what others have to say about Dr. Kelley’s protocols in Cancer Therapy, and Nutritional – Metabolic Therapy – in fact the title of this maiden voyage article. What we are about to share was published in 1993 in a book by Richard Walters in his book, OPTIONS – The Alternative Cancer Therapy Book. We have elected to publish the chapter in its entirety.
As this web-site is resigned to information and solutions, which are deemed to be of benefit to your health – and specifically the protocol of Dr. William D.Kelley and his cancer treatment program, we post this article without the permission of the author. (Editor) Continue reading
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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 however, 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, led him to begin a student project investigation of Kelley’s work, in the summer of 1981.
“I started going through his records and even though I was just a second year medical student, I could see right away there were cases that were extraordinary,” he says. “Patients with appropriately diagnosed pancreatic cancer, metastatic breast cancer in the bone, metastatic colorectal cancer
who were alive 5, 10, 15 years later under Kelley’s care with a nutritional approach.”
This preliminary review led to a formal research study, which Dr. Gonzalez completed while doing his fellowship in cancer, immunology and bone marrow transplantation. Continue reading
Despite decades of searching, scientists are still struggling to find a cure for cancer. And though some conventional treatments can slow the spread of the disease, many are highly toxic and have harsh side effects. So it’s no surprise that six of 10 people with the disease try some form of alternative (also called complementary) therapy, according to a survey by scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) which was published in the May 2000 issue of the journal Oncology Nursing Forum.
Partly because so many patients are turning to alternative approaches, mainstream researchers are beginning to put these unproven therapies to the test in carefully controlled studies. Here are some of the most promising currently being investigated:
What it is: A mixture of eight Chinese herbs purported to treat prostate cancer.
Summary: There’s preliminary but promising evidence that it works. Continue reading
NOTE: Once again, our View from the other side shows the ignorance of the medical community and their reluctance to bear witness to the TRUTH!
Notice the intent to scare the reader from the alternative – and back into the waiting operating rooms of your friendly physician! (Ed.)
After more than 17 years of battling malignant melanoma, Nick Steiner knew he had few options left. Steiner, 65, is a physician himself. Diagnosed with this deadly form of skin cancer in 1980, he’d watched the tumors spread into his lungs and then into his brain. He’d tried everything medicine has to offer – from surgery to an experimental cancer-fighting vaccine. When the disease surged back again in 1997, he recalls, “It looked like I was at the end of the road.”
Desperate, he turned to something he might once have scoffed at: Chinese herbs. “I heard about an herbal expert named George Wong. I gave him a call, knowing I had nothing to lose.” Continue reading
NOTE: The following article was recently published for Reason magazine. While there are several comments, which we agree with, I am saddened to say that this author has been greatly misdirected by the American Cancer Society and the National Institute for Health. It is only too typical of the Common Enemy to mislead, misdirect and post outright lies to the American public – all in the guise of being “politically correct” – and this writer is only being used as a tool.
At the bottom of this page, please read Dr. Kelley’s response to the nonsense being perpetrated.
For those of you who are willing to learn the truth and act accordingly – please continue to visit this column for further Views – From the Outside! (Ed.) Continue reading
We thought that you might be interested in reading the words of the brother of one of Dr. Kelley’s cancer counselees (circa 1997). The survivor is still with us. The following is from Dr. Kelley’s book.
We hope to soon be sharing the encouraging words of many friends of Dr. Kelley’s. Stay tuned! The life you save could be your own! (Ed.)
That which you are about to read may change your life – forever! Continue reading