• Has anyone tried the Gerson Therapy Approach or know anyone who has?

    Asked by JessAnderson on Wednesday, May 23, 2012

    Has anyone tried the Gerson Therapy Approach or know anyone who has?

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    • RebeccaW's Avatar

      Yes and it helped for a time but his markers increased and we had to try chemo. Check out a book called Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients by Dr. Russell Blaylock. Amazing. My hubbys tumors have shrunk by 90% and his CEA markers have gone down from 589 to 10.1. Normal is under 5. I have heard from an oncology nurse that went into alternative therapy said cancer comes back after you stop. But I haven't heard of any cases yet. It's a lifetime change either way.

      over 7 years ago
    • ElizaGilhuly's Avatar

      Yes there are many people!

      There is a lady named Jessica Ainscough who has made a name for herself using the Gerson Therapy and has a pretty popular blog titled "The Wellness Warrior." This is the page: http://www.thewellnesswarrior.com.au. She is very responsive on her Facebook page so you can certainly ask her for yourself there.

      Further, there is a video interview of a surgeon in Japan who talks about his success in implementing the Gerson Therapy with his patients. I was trying to locate the link to this but I will have to look further into my saved emails. His colleague was cured of pancreatic cancer using this method. He and numerous other medical professional using/supporting the success of this therapy are mentioned in this quote from the Conway Daily Sun:

      "Various clinics implement the therapy but some of the more notable individuals are: Charlotte Gerson (Dr. Gerson’s daughter), the therapy is also being implemented in Holland by Dr. Wilko van der Vegt and in Japan by Dr. Takaho Watayo, Subdirector & Surgeon, Toritsu Ohtsuka Hospital, Dr. Kunihiko Tominaga, Director of the Loma Linda Clinic in Japan and Dr. Yoshihiko Hoshino, M.D. Professor of Medicine at Loma Linda Clinic. Dr. Hoshino actually treated himself for metastasized liver cancer over 15 years ago. Dr. Watayo’s research and documentation of his work is extensive. All of these doctors and the late Dr. Gerson have plenty of casework..." (Soriente Column: Holistic treatment for Major Illnesses | Conway Daily Sun)

      Have you seen this nurse's testimonial of her success with the Gerson Therapy? http://mesothelioma.wars.nu/gerson-therapy-a-nurses-cancer-cure-testiminonial-heal-cancer-naturally

      And check out Essentially Pink, the breast health and cancer prevention organization that focuses on integrating diet, mind-body relaxation and Chinese medical principles... They discuss use of the Gerson Therapy as well: http://essentiallypink.com/news/tag/gerson-therapy

      over 7 years ago
    • ElizaGilhuly's Avatar

      You may also want to read this article Dr. Mercola just posted the other day discussing alternative cancer treatments: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/04/23/dr-nicholas-gonzalez-on-alternative-cancer-treatments.aspx

      over 7 years ago
    • ElizaGilhuly's Avatar

      I found it! This is the interview discussing the scientific results of the Gerson Therapy visits with Dr. Tominaga, Director of the Loma Linda Clinic in Japan, Dr. Takaho Watayo, Director of the presegous Toritsu Ohtsuka Hosptial in Tokyo and Prof. Yoshihiko Hoshino, M.D.: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypGv8E1PahU

      over 7 years ago
    • JessAnderson's Avatar

      Thank you all so much! I can't tell you how much I appreciate the information and just the group therapy, per se.

      over 7 years ago
    • jcsmith462's Avatar

      Hey JessAnderson did you try the therapy? How did it work?

      about 7 years ago
    • tblakeslee's Avatar

      There is an excellent movie called "Dyong to Have Known" on Netflix

      almost 7 years ago

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