Cancer success is what you make it to be.
The quality of life issues such as when and how you die are very personal decisions. I had a friend who wouldn’t try an alternative program, he said that he was just not a fighter. He died of cancer.
I know one man who quit a good program within a week because the discomfort of a “healing crisis”.
I know a lady who fought hard and defeated her recurrent breast cancer. She thought that she was “cured” and went to a far eastern country where she didn’t have the dietary resources that she deeded. Her cancer came back.
I know still another lady who searched for alternative treatment for lymphoma for many months, spending $2000 a month on ineffective alternative products. She found and applied this information and became cancer free. She developed a clinical depression, which is a very discouraging condition. Because 0f this, she lost her enthusiasm, her self worth, and the energy to pursue her objectives. She slipped back into her old dietary ways and has a recurrence of cancer. I spoke to her recently. She is still questioning whether her life is worth the effort. This raises the extreme importance of attitude in fighting this disease and highlights the opportunity and necessity of continuing understanding and support of family and friends.
I know another man who was cancer free in two months by following this plan. “MY wife is a wonderful cook and I love mutton”, so his cancer returned. He got back on his diet and once again, he is cancer free.
I have another friend who immediately applied this kind of successful program and was cancer free in three weeks. He has been free for several years. He says that his life is worth the effort of staying on a continuing dietary program. His comment is “Why would I ever want to feel like that again?”
Any decision may be the right decision if that is what you truly want. We have the freedom of making choices, but we do not have the freedom to chose the consequences of our actions.
As previously stated in other parts of this writing, cancer is constantly lurking in our bodies, looking for the opportunity to grow. Our diet is the primary instrument that we have to naturally control cancer. Success requires some drastic changes in our life style as it applies to eating. To some folks, their life is not worth the change.
However, if you are well motivated, your likelihood is better that 80% (my conservative guess) that you will succeed. You may say to yourself, “Of course, I am well motivated, I certainly don’t want to die!” This attitude wanes when you are cancer free and consider yourself to be “cured”. The tendency is to resume your old ways, which can create the climate that will allow a cancer to develop again. The symptom-free stage is perhaps the most critical part of a recovery program. You may resume your old relationships and family activities, many of which center around food. This is a very lonely place to be if you are at a party or other event and you have the social and appetite pressures to indulge.
It is not the occasional indiscretion that will do you in. It is when you slip in your determination to follow through that the relapse can occur. Even this usually requires a rather persistent departure from the program. You may escape the formation of a clinical cancer for a long time, even years, but it can and often does catch up with you.
It is not necessary to continue the extreme elements of the program, such as juice fasting and colon cleansing, but it is necessary to stay with a good diet. Most experts in this field suggest a diet consisting of 80% raw foods and 20% cooked foods made up of baked beans, baked squash etc. Check out Dr. Day and order her tape, “Cancer Doesn’t Scare Me Anymore” at:
Or Dr. Malkmus at:
Also Health Freedom resources at;
and HealthQuarters at:
They all have excellent video tapes and/or other information available on this kind of diet plan.
The Gerson Clinic and the Chipsa Hospital in Tijuana Mexico provide this kind of diet for their patients.
A person should “grow” into the diet, taking a year or two, unless they have a severe disease such as cancer. Then, they must “bite the bullet” and plunge into it. This is not easy to sustain once you are feeling well. I routinely see people make wonderful recoveries from cancer by using these protocols. Staying on this kind of diet is difficult unless you are determined. My own experience and the experience of others is that it gets easier as you go along. Personally, I am 95% vegan and I really don’t like to eat meat anymore. This is not for “animal rights” or other political considerations. I have adjusted my taste to where meats do not taste good, in fact they taste bad to me. Especially bad to me is the smell of most meat as it is cooking. I suppose that this is an acquired reaction, but it is working for me.
There are many good supplements that you may use. The one that is universally recommended is Dried Green Barley Leaves. Dr. Malkmus and Dr. Day use and suggest the powdered form from AIM. I use the tablet form from Green Supreme. To me, it is easier to take. I use a lot of it, 20 tablets (6800 mg) every day at a cost of less than one dollar US. Some people don’t like the taste of the AIM product if it is taken in water and your mouth experiences the full flavor. I take it in the form of a compressed tablet, and I don’t taste it at all. For information, call 1-800-358-0777 eastern time during regular business hours.
I constantly monitor my status by getting a periodic AMAS test, (see: AMAS test) which measures the anti cancer activity of my body. Everybody has this activity. It is a normal function of a healthy immune system to constantly destroy cancer cells in the body. This action leaves a measurable residue in the blood serum. Low but measurable activity is normal. In a healthy person, high activity is an indication of a greater than normal level of anti cancer activity in the body. It is believed that one high reading may indicate a healthy action against an isolated flare-up, so a follow-up test is indicated. Consecutive high readings are an indication of a sustained higher than normal activity and other clinical tests such as a PET scan or a CT scan are indicated.
In our world of consumerism, where money buys escape from responsibility, this is an area that is un-forgiving. There is no simple pill and no person to do it for you. Success is up to you.