Geza’s Cancer Success Story

Géza was diagnosed with stomach cancer in January 2000 when he was 64 years old. His stomach was removed in February 2000. Additional tumors were found in his diaphragm in July 2000. Chemotherapy was given August 2000 to January 2001. Carole, Géza’s wife tells the following story;


I knew about alternative treatments and we immediately started using a product that was very effective. Compared with similar patients who were seldom able to have the chemotherapy because of poor blood counts, Géza never missed a session as his blood work was always good at the time the chemotherapy was given. Doctors were amazed at his stamina.

The treatment was very expensive for us. We immediately had an economic problem. I work as a sales clerk and Géza is retired so we have limited financial ability. We had run out of our economic options when I found the information that led me to Mr. Davis. He sent 40 email letters to me which contain the information on his website. I was able to understand the relationships of the various elements of a successful alternative plan and to establish an economical and effective program which has enabled Géza to flourish without breaking our bank. This information enabled us to have affordable and effective therapies that address the root cause of disease and make the nutritional corrections that enables his body to remain strong through the devastation of chemotherapy and to recover in strength while remaining cancer free.

I learned about enzymes which is such a very important subject to understand. I learned about detoxification and many other other essential things that helped me to take charge with assurance. I have learned how to measure results and adjust his program to keep him on the right track.

His weight went from 200 pounds down to 135 pounds in the beginning conventional treatment period. Since he does not have a stomach, he requires special dietary consideration of course. His weight is around 150 pounds and he usually has energy to take care of his racing pigeons. He has his low days, but considering everything, we consider ourselves to be very fortunate to have found the information which has enabled us to build a life against very difficult circumstances.

I truly believe that Géza would not be alive today except for the information that I got from Mr. Davis. We were out of resources with no way to go when I learned that there WERE Inexpensive and practical things things that I could do.

Géza still has problems. We are always learning new alternative things to do for pain management and diet. Still, Géza is happy, productive, and able to do the things that he enjoys. I guess, in the end, that is what it is all about, isn’t it?


About Bob Davis

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Bob Davis and I am a retired engineer who did some work in various medical projects, but not as a doctor or other medical practitioner. In April 1996, I was admitted to the hospital as an outpatient for an x-ray. It was found that I had massive cancer. I had a mass in my abdomen a foot wide and several inches thick. Further, I had several masses in my chest, some of them “the size of soft balls”. It was also determined that I had cancer in my bone marrow. I asked my doctor what we were going to do. He said, “Try……….something else” What did I do? For three weeks I went on a juice fast and colon cleanse program. I am eager to share information on cancer treatment and general health issues. I do occasionally speak at meetings on several related subjects. My favorite subject is ENZYMES!!!