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Babies are born with 200 toxins in their umbilical cords.
Myth: People who use natural cancer medicine are dingbats.
Misinformation: Cancer is 100 different diseases.
Here is the simple truth. Data from many sources
find that people who specialize in Mother Nature
are well educated and more intelligent than the
average person. They read and research claims
in order to find the truth. They are informed about
conventional standards of care and are lifelong
learners who look for natural alternatives to drugs.
They live healthier lifestyles than those who rely
on doctors for accurate information. In general,
they are optimists who believe in the law of attrac-
tion. They look for naturopathic doctors who
practice what they preach and know about the
latest in natural medicines. They insist on being
partners with their doctors and do not want to be
told what to do if it does not make sense to them.
In general, they look younger than their biological
age. They know that what they eat and the supple-
meets they take are more important than what
put on their skin. They eat organic, grass-fed and
and pasture-raised. They believe that health is
is more important than wealth - and know how to
make the most of what they have.
In general, they know who to believe and who not
to believe, as they have a broad understanding of
cancer and cancer treatments. They are inclined
to use logic when making decisions rather being
They are more likely to know the truth about nutri-
tion and balance their lives with work and fun.
They know how to manage their stress by being
in healthy relationships with family and friends.
When life hands them more than they think they
can handle, they look inside for answers and net-
work with those who can help them make sound
When they get sick, they know how to get well, &
when they are well, they know how to stay well.
They express their emotions in healthy ways and,
when they recognize their mistakes, they make
They know they're not perfect - and are willing to
forgive themselves. They've had imperfect lives
but have risen above it, are brave and know
how to weather the storm.
They know that cancer is a challenge, but they
also know they have options, because they have
taken time to learn. I had to learn all this the
hard way. We all have to learn it the hard way. If
we could know all this an easy way, we wouldn't
know how good it feels to face facts.
Secret Four: Myths, Mammograms and the AMA
(Waking Up from the Cancer Trance)
Great spirits have always encountered
great opposition from mediocre minds.
We Are All Unique, and So Is Our Cancer
Welcome to Quack Watch, Another Propaganda Arm of Big Cancer, Inc.
If holistic medicine could do big clinical trials, there would be no Quack Watch.
The Problem with Conventional Cancer Care
Statistically, the success rate of conventional treatment has not
changed much in the last fifty years. Most patients who have
been cured had localized cancer at the time of their diagnosis
which were treated with surgery. Those that do are the same
ones that responded to chemotherapy nearly thirty years ago,
childhood leukemia, testicular cancer, carcinomas, Hodgkin's
ease and some lymphomas. Chemotherapy and radiation can
do nothing for solid tumors of the lung, colon, ovaries and
uterus, especially when they're metastatic. So, for the majority
of cancers, chemotherapy and radiation can do nothing, just as
they could do nothing thirty years ago!
What I mean by 'doing well' can be defined by the testimonials on my
website. For example, I had a patient who was diagnosed in September,
1991, with metastatic pancreatic cancer that had spread to his adrenals,
lungs and bones. He also had four tumors on his liver, and he was seventy
years old at the time. The man lasted until he was seriously injured in an
automobile accident and died in a rehab center. He did not die of cancer.
All of his tumors disappeared, and he lived for fifteen years beyond.
There are ways to treat even the most serious of cancers successfully,
such as through what we do here. When you, the patient, make a decision
out of fear, you make the wrong decision. So, first, take a deep breath and
relax - and realize that you can get well. Make decisions out of faith and
relaxation. Decisions that are made out of fear and anxiety are always panic-
driven and are usually bad decisions. You do not need to be afraid.
You can get over this. Just get rid of the background noise;
leave it behind; and you can do well!
"For science must breathe the
oxygen of freedom."
John Charles Polanyi
Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez excerpt from:
Defeat Cancer: 15 Doctors of Integrative & Naturopathic
Medicine Tell You How, by Connie Strasheim
Order a copy and/or subscribe to Cancer Newsletter:
Lynda Isaacs, MD
36 East 36th Street, Suite 204
NY, NY 10016
Dr. Gonzalez died of heart-related causes as I was finishing this.
Dr. Isaacs is carrying on their practice, using the same protocols
for which Dr. Gonzalez was famous. Although, he is sorely missed,
his work lives on.
I Kept the Faith and Fire Ablaze
I grew up in Washington State across Puget Sound from Seattle.
We were so poor, all we had for heat was a wood stove. I was
always cold. After I graduated from the University of Washington,
I moved to California, lived high on a ridgetop in the Santa Cruz
Mountains in a yurt complex - off the grid - and all we had for
heat was wood stove.
One winter, I spent all day every day hanging on to my "Rife"
machine, buzzing away a breast tumor. I kept the faith and fire
ablaze, so I was not cold. And, I kept the Christmas lights
up until late spring. They were a connection to my precious future.
My breast and I were close friends that year. I kept a close watch over
her. She didn't want to be the end of me, but I wanted to be the end of
her. We both won the war without too much fuss - and - then - only I
kept going and growing. I wanted to know all about the "cancer trance"
and how to wake up for the rest of my life.
So, I continued reading everything I could find. Eventually, I came to
the conclusion that - not only is conventional care wrong - so is the
alternative cancer community, of which I consider myself a part.
As Kelley Eidem (The Doctor Who Cures Cancer) says, "They're about
half right." (The Doctor Who Cures Cancer)
When I found the Metabolic Typing community, I realized that the old
saying, "Cancer doesn't grow in alkaline bodies," is incorrect. My son
died of cancer, and he was so alkaline, the pH strips turned black. So,
conventional care is only right when a tumor has not metastasized.
The alternative cancer community is still our best bet - but it's less
risky to follow the path less traveled.
I'm an almost vegetarian Type Six metabolic type. My son was a high
protein parasympathetic type. A vegan diet is not good - in the long
haul - for anyone. If your ancestors were Inuit, fatty meat three or
more times a day is your metabolic type. We are all different.
Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone
else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma, which is
the result of someone else's thinking. Don't let
the noise of other people's thinking drown
out your own inner voice. And, most
important, have the courage to follow
your own heart and intuition.