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PINEAPPLE IS A WONDER FOOD AND MEDICINE

Friday, April 30th, 2010

The pineapple plant (Ananas comosus) is a very popular fruit of a tropical plant.

It is a bromeliad, native to parts of Brazil & Paraguay. The native people of Brazil and Paraguay who first cultivated it called it “anana,” or “excellent fruit”. Highly regarded for its intense sweetness, the pineapple fruit was a staple food for the feasts and rites of these native peoples.

Pineapple fruit health benefit is very useful for any condition involving inflammation except for people who are allergic to it. This fruit is one of the richest natural sources of bromelain, a protein-dissolving enzyme. Bromelain breaks up the fibres that hold areas of inflammation in place.

Very rarely bromeliads produce edible fruit, but pineapple is a unique fruit that is an edible bromeliad with multi vitamins. Benefits of pineapple assist to promote the digestion as its bromelain content aids to break & absorb the proteins and thereby giving relief to stomach upset problems. This also alleviates chest burns or any acidity symptoms. Bromelain consists of proteolytic enzymes, which breaks down the proteins to digest them faster.

Bone weakness or brittle bones due to old age will be taken care of by pineapple juice when people suffering from such issues consume it @ the trate of two cups twice a day. The reason is that this delicious fruit has manganese that assists in treating the mentioned health problems.

Bromelain present in the pineapple fruit is also known for its anti-inflammatory characteristics. Having this as a fresh fruit or juice on a daily basis will relieve pain in the joints, which is very common in osteoarthritis.

Bromelain is used in post-injury treatment because it reduces swelling and inflammation. Pineapple due to its extremely rich bromelain content ably reduces the  mucus associated with colds an flu. It is suggested that for the people who suffer from regular colds, this fruit can be consumed to have quick relief. Pineapple is also helpful to prevent sinus and allergies due to colds.

The fresh juice of pineapple discourages plaque growth and promotes a healthy oral condition. Pineapples are an excellent source of vitamin C giving certain protection against free radicals and encouraging healthier cells.

Studies have revealed that this fruit juice is effective in reducing mucus in tuberculosis patients. It destroys the bacteria in the stomach and intestines.

Some other important health benefits of pineapple & its bromelain power:

Pineapple acts as an important support diet during any antibiotic therapy. Bromelain helps your body to absorb antibiotics and reduces gastrointestinal side effects. Though you have to make sure that your body is not allergic to the antibiotic therapy that you are undergoing in the first place.

Pineapple is great for people suffering from Gout. Bromelain interacts with quercetin (found in almost all fresh fruits and vegetables) to help break up the uric acid crystals that are the focus of the pain.

It is a very handy food  for people reeling under knee pain, especially after  knee surgery. Bromelain and other proteolytic enzymes reduce swelling and improve mobility. Bromelain (like papain, found in papaya) interferes with the enzyme system that protects the worms from digestive acids and deals with the parasites.

Bromelain enhances relief from Wobenzym, and a couple of servings of pineapple a day may help relieve swelling. Pineapple also becomes a good help to people having pelvic adhesions after epistiotomy or hysterectomy

One caution note is that people who are affected with Hemophilia or  diseases related to the kidneys and liver should avoid using this fruit without consulting an appropriately qualified health worker.

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 30th April 2010

BITTER MELON – MEDICINE OR FOOD? BOTH. READ ON>

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Benefits Of Bitter Melon –

An Awesome Natural Medicine

Bitter Melon is the common name of Momordica charantia. Bitter Melon is also known by the name Bitter gourd. Bitter Melon grows mainly in tropical areas, where it is used as a food and a medicine. It has a very bitter taste.  The fruit of the bitter melon plant is the safest and most prevalent part of the plant that is used medicinally.

Bitter melon juice is great for curing diabetesBitter melon juice is great for curing diabetes

Bitter Melon is reported to help in the treatment of diabetes and psoriasis. It has also been reported that Bitter Melon may help in the treatment of HIV.

This bitter melon vegetable has many effective benefits of which one is that it helps to improve diabetic and toxemia conditions. It consists of the vitamins B1, B2, B3 and C. In addition to this it has rich mineral content values like magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese and also rich in iron.

It contains folic acid twice the beta-carotene content of broccoli, twice the calcium of spinach and twice the potassium present in banana.

It exhibits a unique property in polypeptide-P, which acts as an insulin-like compound and is medically recommended as a replacement for insulin in some diabetic treatments. Another unique property of bitter melon is the presence of phytoconstituent called charantin that is confirmed to have hypoglycemic effects.

Bitter Melon For Diabetes

Bitter melon is highly beneficial in lowering sugar levels in blood and urine because it has hypoglycemic compounds, insulin from the plant. Bitter gourd juice has to be taken to promote glucose tolerance and to control levels of insulin.

Bitter Melon For Cholera

Two teaspoons of bitter gourd leaves juice mixed with two teaspoons of white onion juice & one teaspoonful of limejuice can be consumed to treat early stages of cholera. This has to be taken as a frequent dosage daily till the body condition returns to normal.

For Treating Blood Disorders

Problems such as blood boils and itching due to toxemia can be treated by sipping 50mg of bitter gourd juice mixed with a teaspoonful of limejuice. This dosage may be taken on an empty stomach gradually daily to gain improvement in the health status.

Bitter Gourd For Eye Problems

The beta-carotene properties present in the bitter melon vegetable help to keep the eye problems in check and assists to improve the eyesight.

Other Health Problems Treated By Bitter Melon

To improve the body energy and stamina, bitter gourd juice may be consumed regularly. This also helps to stabilize the sleeping patterns. Bitter melon juice also cleanses, repairs and nourishes liver upsets due to excessive consumption of alcohol, because it has alcohol intoxication properties.

The leaves of the bitter melon plant can be made into a juice and mixed with one glass of buttermilk to be consumed on an empty stomach. This gives significant relief when suffering from piles. If the paste of the roots of bitter melon is applied over the piles affected external region, the healing will be faster.

Around 60gms of fresh bitter melon juice mixed with a measure cup of honey and water acts as perfect medicine for asthma, bronchitis and pharyngitis when taken daily.

Read an earlier posting in this site re using bitter melon for cancer treatment

Yes-You can acquire some semi dried bitter melon for $5 plus shipping

Enquire here admin@acbocallcentre.com

Published by Henry Sapiecha 30th April 2010

THYROID CANCER TUMOURS CAN DIE WITH USE OF AFRICAN WILLOW BUSH EXTRACT COMPOUND

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

ZYBRESTAT

[A substance from the African willow bush]

SHOWS EVIDENCE OF ANTI-TUMOUR

ACTIVITY IN THYROID CANC ER

Data from a phase II study, in which the clinical effects of Zybrestat in combination with paclitaxel and carboplatin were studied in 13 patients with advanced malignancies including anaplastic thyroid cancer, suggest that Zybrestat possesses potent anti-tumour activity.

Patients in this study received one of two dose regimens of Zybrestat, both of which reduced tumour blood flow as measured by Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (DCE-MRI). The most marked reductions in tumour blood flow (70%) were seen in the patients with anaplastic thyroid cancer.

COMBINING VDAs WITH ANGIOGENESIS

INHIBITORS

The potential to use VDAs in combination with angiogenic inhibitors is a concept that is attracting considerable interest among scientists. Targeting different aspects of a tumour’s blood supply, sequential use of VDAs and angiogenic inhibitors could lead to massive tumour necrosis and destruction.

While a VDA such as Zybrestat could be used to destroy the established blood supply feeding the tumour, the subsequent addition of an angiogenic inhibitor could prevent the regrowth of blood vessels (neovascularisation) which allows a tumour to survive and proliferate following initial therapy. Preventing the regrowth of blood vessels from the viable tumour rim could help stop tumours from spreading.

MARKETING COMMENTARY

Oxigene’s Zybrestat is under development for the treatment of anaplastic thyroid cancer, a highly aggressive primary thyroid malignancy for which there are no approved treatments.

Currently, newly diagnosed patients have a median life expectancy of about 3 months. Although relatively rare, it represents a disease of significant unmet clinical need. VDAs, of which Zybrestat is one of several in development, may have the potential to treat difficult malignancies such as anaplastic thyroid cancer as well as other solid tumours when used in conjunction with established cancer drugs.

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 28th April 2010

LUNG CANCER IS A DISEASE OF MODERN MAN

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

WHAT ARE THE MAIN CAUSES OF CANCER – FIND OUT HERE

Do you know that lung cancer did not exist between American Natives, who smoked tobacco. It is combination of hundreds of cofactors like smoking, lifestyle, diet, stress,…… that makes cancer.

Tobacco is only one of them.


“THE CAUSE OF CANCER IS CLEAR

Poor diet, lifestyle and poor mental attitude result in toxic buildup which overloads the self-cleansing mechanism.


Cancer is manifestation of long term nutritional and environmental irritation, resulting in cellular oxygen starvation, leading to uncontrolled cell replication. It is often triggered by psychological causes inducing immune system collapse.” by Saul Pressman

The most common causative agents of Cancer in most people are:

Toxins and vaccination

Nutritional deficiency – Diet deficient on essential nutrients is affecting biochemical processes inside our cells. It is also affecting digestion and preventing internal natural detoxification.

Poor dietary choices

stress, suppression, negative thoughts, fear, lack of love, lack joy, lack desire to live.

Not enough movement and sweating

Mental attitude

Gallstones

Poor digestion – Incomplete digestion is causing poor absorption of essential nutrients, and poorly digested food is containing toxic substances that our intestines absorb into our blood and lymph.

Infection by internal parasitic animas – PARASITES (protozoa, amoebae, worms,..)

Infection by parasitic yeasts, viruses bacteria

Overuse of medical drugs

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 28th April 2010


CHILDHOOD CANCERS INFO SHEET

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Childhood Cancer

Revised July 2007

Childhood cancer is a rare disease. Children and adolescents with cancer differ from adults with cancer. The cancers differ in pathology, appearance, rate of growth and response to treatment. The complications of treatment can be more extensive in children due to the effects on growth and development. Although the treatment is often complex, there is a high cure rate and more effective and less toxic therapies are in constant development.

The physical and emotional needs of the child and adolescent with cancer as well as the specific treatment of the cancer are best met by a team approach directed by a children’s cancer specialist (pediatric oncologist). For these reasons, the BC Cancer Agency (BCCA) and the Provincial Pediatric Oncology/Hematology Network (POHN) recommend that all patients under the age of 17 who are suspected of having, or are diagnosed with cancer should be referred directly to BC Children’s Hospital (BCCH) for initial evaluation and therapy.

BC Children’s Hospital is the only tertiary referral centre for childhood cancer in the province and works in close collaboration with the BCCA. The POHN facilitates shared care between BC’s Children’s Hospital and the patient’s home community.

Click here for the referral guidelines. (http://www.bcchildrens.ca/Services/OncHemBMT/ForProfessionals/Patientreferrals.htm)Numbers to call during the day:
Clinic: 604-875-2116
Administration: 604-875-2322
After hours: 604-875-2345 and ask for oncologist on call.

Every year one child in 8,000 under the age of 17 will develop cancer (annual incidence age 0-17 = 129 per million). There are about 130 new cases diagnosed in children under age 17 each year in BC. The following table provides an overview of the most common types of childhood cancer and their incidence.

Types of Cancer Distribution of Cancer

Leukemia

30%

Brain

19%

Lymphoma

13%

Neuroblastoma

8%

Sarcoma

7%

Kidney

6%

Bone cancer

5%

Retinoblastoma

3%

Liver

1%

others

8%

Childhood cancers respond well to treatment and children with cancer have a better chance today of living a longer life than ever before. There has been a steady decline in the mortality rate for cancer of children over the last 20 years. Cure rates continue to improve by applying new knowledge gathered through basic research and its application in clinical trials. Most children referred to BCCH with cancer are placed on a clinical trial of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG).

For all information regarding pediatric oncology, please go to the Pediatric Oncology/Hematoloy Network website (http://www.kidscancer.bc.ca/).

Information for families can be found at this link

(http://www.bcchildrens.ca/Services/OncHemBMT/ForFamilies/default.htm)

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 28th April 2010


CANCER INDEX AND THERAPIES LIST – FIND YOUR OPTIONS HERE

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 28th April 2010

BRAIN CANCER AND GULF WAR NERVE AGENT

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Brain Cancer Linked to Nerve Agent in Gulf War Vets
By Liz Szabo, USA TODAY

For the first time, a study has found an increase in brain cancer deaths among Gulf War veterans who might have been exposed to the nerve agent sarin by the destruction of Iraqi weapons in 1991.
About 100,000 of the 350,000 Army soldiers in the Persian Gulf could have been exposed to sarin after soldiers blew up two large ammunition caches in Khamisiyah, Iraq, in March 1991, according to a study commissioned by the military and performed by the Institute of Medicine. The institute advises the government on health policy.
At the time, the military didn’t know that the destroyed Iraqi rockets contained sarin, says Michael Kilpatrick, deputy director for the Deployment Health Support Directorate in the Department of Defense. Soldiers showed no signs of exposure to chemical warfare.
Later, however, United Nations inspectors found that some of the weapons contained sarin, which can cause convulsions and death. The military has since contacted about 300,000 veterans who were in or near areas that might have been affected. The potential “hazard area,” where shifting winds could have carried traces of chemicals, extended at times as far as Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
According to the study, soldiers inside the “hazard area” were about twice as likely as those outside it to die from brain cancer. Because the actual number of brain cancer cases was small, the overall mortality rate was the same for veterans in the hazard area and outside the area, according to the study, published in the American Journal of Public Health.
Among unexposed soldiers, researchers found a brain cancer death rate of 12 per 100,000 from 1991 to 2000, says William Page, director of the study. Over the same period, researchers found 25 brain cancer deaths per 100,000 veterans who were exposed.
“It’s a doubling of risk, but it’s still a pretty small risk,” says Page, a senior program officer at the Institute of Medicine.
The study did not address “Gulf War syndrome,” as some have called the collection of ailments experienced by returning veterans. It examined whether soldiers possibly exposed to the destruction of Iraqi weapons were more likely to die for any reason. They also singled out specific diseases: breathing problems, infections, circulatory problems, digestive ailments, accidents and suicides, as well as four types of cancer.
The study’s authors note that sarin has never been shown to cause cancer. Page suggests that researchers follow veterans to see whether the risk of brain cancer, which is believed to develop over 10 to 20 years, changes over time. Page also notes that the study doesn’t prove that being in the hazard area caused brain cancer.

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 27th APRIL 2010

APRICOT SEEDS COMBINED WITH PAW PAW AND PINEAPPLE JUICE WILL DESTROY ALL CANCERS

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

THE COMBO SUREFIRE CANCER KILLERS


Dr. Krebs asserts that 7 apricot seeds per day will make it impossible to develop cancer.


One or two vitamin B17 tablets (100mg) is an

acceptable supplemental dosage per day.

The following protocol is that used by some of the hospitals in Tijuana, (Del Rio Hospital supplied us with this information).

The Del Rio Hospital or clinic claims nearly a 100% recovery rate with those who have not yet been burned up with chemo and radiation with large amounts of organ damage.

Del Rio Hospital has a 21-day therapy in which they include the typhoid vaccine, the B17 (9 grams per day), pancreatic enzymes, vitamin C and the actual whole foods that contain the B17 and the pancreatic enzymes (apricot seeds and pineapple juice). No other clinic or hospital in the world uses this powerful protocol, just parts of it.

Del Rio hospital has been the orthodox relative of Cydel Clinic. It has opened its doors to alternative medicine, making use of the accumulated experience of it’s directors and doctors of over more than 25 years. The great Dr. Manner pioneered these clinics.

Therapies

Del Rio have been pioneers of the metabolic therapies thought up/ conceived by/led by Dr Harold W. Manner, in that it has followed and successfully achieved a balance of the metabolic to help the body defend itself.

The “Manner Cocktail” consists of a low drip infusion of 9 grams of B17(Laetrile) and 25 grams of vitamin C conducted by 5cc of DMSO as a carrier that transports all of this to the last cell, as well as enzymatic therapies and macro doses of vitamin A.

A number of products are utilized and, even though these may be at an experimental phase in the United States, they count with us according to experience and track record. The procedure is a 21-day treatment. Following the first three weeks, one should take approx. 3 grams (3,000 mg) of vitamin B17 per day in tablet form for 3 months.

As a Preventative

Dr. Krebs asserts that 7 apricot seeds per day will make it impossible to develop cancer in one’s lifetime. One or two vitamin B17 tablets (100 mg) is an acceptable supplemental dosage per day.

In the administration of amygdalin (vitamin B17), Dr. Manner was one of the pioneering doctors in alternative medicine using vitamin B17(Laetrile). He uses 9 grams of the injectable B17 per day for 21 days. Due to possible gastric upset, 6-10 tablets are recommended if you are not opting for the injectable form for the first month.

It is imperative to eat the seeds along with the treatment.

Dr. Krebs believes that the whole food is the most important factor. Three to six seeds per waking hour should be chewed and consumed every other day for the first month.

Dr. Manner uses in his slow drip therapy an enzyme that is derived from pineapples and/or papaya. The pancreatic enzyme that is found in the pineapple and papaya is necessary to burn away the cancer cell wall for the B17 to more effectively get in and destroy the malignant cell.

Pancreatic enzymes can be purchased at any health food store, just ask. After the initial month of treatment a maintenance dose of three 500mg tablets per day should be maintained.

Gerson Therapy

The Gerson therapy has proved effective. This therapy consists of an eight ounce glass of fruit and vegetable juice per hour. Colonics and chelation are also included. This is only a very brief note about Gerson’s Therapy; please research for specifics.

One of the reasons the juice is important while taking the vitamin B17 is for the purpose of carrying out the dead cancer cells from the body. The cancer can die so quickly as to try to come out through the skin, besides the urine and bowels.

Remember that the skin is the largest organ in the body and if the cancer is dying rapidly it will come out through the sweat glands causing hives and rashes. (The preceding is a good sign yet can cause discomfort.)

These therapies are only allowed in Mexico even though the success rate is far superior to U.S. hospitals’ conventional methods. It is quite easy for a cancer patient to follow similar therapies in their own home at a fraction of the cost (B17, pancreatic enzymes, and immune system building).

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 27th April 2010

CANCER TREATMENTS BY DOCTORS IN STH CALIFORNIA USING NUTRITION

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

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Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 27th April 2010

LIST ON CANCER PATIENTS TREATED WITH NON TOXIC THERAPHIES

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

SOME PATIENTS TREATED WITH NON-TOXIC
CANCER THERAPIES & NUTRITION AND SURVIVED


(These patients have generously consented to share their experiences —

PEOPLE POWER!!)

CANCERS LISTED BY ALPHABET

Alfred Puccetti
599 Sleeper Ave.
Mountain View, CA 94040
650-964-0168

(Bladder – Dr. Brodie)

Paul Champoux
5653 S. Eagle Ct.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
734-340-4554

(Bladder – Dr. Contreras)


John Farris Romero
1616 Taglewood Dr.
New Iberia, LA 70560
337-367-3886
(Bladder – Dr. James)


Gregory Tobin
2927 Sage View Dr.
Alpine, CA 91901
619-445-1699
(Bladder, Prostate –Gerson Therapy)


Steve Barrow
4700 Standing Bluff Way
Las Vegas, NV 89130
269-876-8475
702-658-1555
(Brain – Dr. Andrade)


Jeremy Snyder
273 Grand View Way
Charleroi, PA 15022
724-489-0454
(Brain – Dr. Alvarez)


Ben (daughter) Nunez
Midland, TX
432-699-8198
(Brain & Spine – Dr. Bernardo)


Marita Soltis
690 Hopewell Rd.
Downingtown, PA 19355
520-219-0132
maritasoltis6@msm.com
(Brain – Hospital Santa Monica)


Hans Oussoren
4 Brenda Ave.
Brampton, Ont., Canada L6Y 2A2
905-497-5435
hansandrachel@rogers.com
(Brain – Dr. Alvarez)


Dustin Kunnari
7873 Bodas Rd.
Eveleth, MN 55734
218-744-5853
(Brain – Dr. Burzynski)


Scott Socha
1520 Ash Ln.
Mosinee, WI 54455
715-218-8511
(Brain – American Metabolics)


Carole Bradford
1180 Walnut Ave. #3303
Chula Vista, CA 91911
800-227-4458
(Breast – American Biologics)


Claudia Aposhian
2844 Barnes St.
Simi Valley, CA 93065
805-583-1202
(Breast – Dr. Munoz)
Cancer Control Society 2043

N. Berendo Street • Los Angeles, CA 90027

• Phone: (323) 663-7801
www.cancercontrolsociety.com MARCH 2010


Jessica Biscardi
P.O. Box 38596
Los Angeles, CA 90038
310-595-7702
jessicabiscardi@gmail.com
(Breast – Drs. Forsythe,
Bernardo & Gammill)


Vicky Mulak
17632 Irvine Blvd. #130
Tustin, CA 92780
714-669-1172
(Breast – Dr. Contreras)


Agi Lidle
7349 N. Via Paseo Del Sur #515-280
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
www.agilidle.com
(Breast – Dr. Bellevue &
Amino Acids, Black Salve)


Myrna Oswill
P.O. Box 392
Simi Valley, CA 93065
805-526-3044
(Breast – Drs. Contreras & Privitera)


Pat Prince
460 LCR 439
Mexia, TX 76667
254-562-3939
(Breast – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Virginia Trexler
1901 Greystone Dr.
Moon Township, PA 15108
412-299-0461
(Breast – Dr. Alvarez)


Judy Stillman
1938 Long Lake Shore Dr.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
248-335-0030
(Breast – Dr. Alvarez)


Gwen Tucker
P.O. Box 556
Warsaw, IN 46581
574-551-3203
(Breast – Dr. Alvarez)


Alicia Harrison
8150 Winding Way
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
916-961-3114
(Breast – Gerson Therapy & Dr. Contreras)


Sherry Grinstead
1200 Tanglewood Dr.
Oxford, AL 36203
256-831-4575
(Breast – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Ramona Whelan
Arcadia, CA
626-445-4483
(Breast – Dr. Lorraine Days’ Therapy)


Susan Stevenson
P.O. Box 1374
Julian, CA 92036
760-765-1539
(Breast – Dr. Schachter)


Ruth Eastwood
3788 Country Club Dr.
Redwood City, CA 94061
650-366-7721
(Breast – American Biologics,
Dr. Brodie)


Gayle Cranford
2796 Woodhill Dr.
Hermitage, PA 16148
724-981-8888
(Breast – Dr. Livingston &
Dr. Mantell)


Kiplynn Mayne
P.O. Box 132
Westwood, CA 96137
530-256-2411
(Breast – Hoxsey Therapy)


Audrey Malloy
900 Fairview St. S.E. #D5
Olympia, WA 98501
360-786-6065
(Cervical, Breast –
Issels & Gerson Therapy)


Richard Faust
624 Kings Highway N.
Rochester, NY 14617
585-544-1948
(Colon, Prostate – Dr. Schachter)


Sylvia Kashdan
2064 Cantenbury Rd.
Kingsport, TN 37660
423-392-4366
(Colon – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Carol Guttmann
1754 Fuerte St.
Fallbrook, CA 92028
760-723-9718
(Endometrial – Poly-MVA &
Insulin Potential Therapy)


Paul Delzell
2850 Montrose Ave. #20
La Crescenta, CA 91214
818-249-4655
(Esophagus–Dr. Vargas Hyperthermia
& Rife, Asparagus, Budwig
Diet, Cesium-high pH Therapy)


Angie Enick
145 Highview Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
412-835-7637
(Hodgkin’s Disease – Dr. Mantell)


Gay Johnson
16907 S. Del Puerto Ave.
Patterson, CA 95363
209-892-6591
(Hodgkin’s Disease – Dr. Brodie)


Charles Ludwig
132 Palisade Dr.
Freehold, NJ 07728
732-845-5015
(Hodgkin’s Disease –
Livingston Fdt. Medical Center)


Billy Best
20 Mountain Ash Rd.
East Bridgewater, MA 02333
508-378-2274
www.billybest.net
(Hodgkin’s Disease – Essiac
& 714X)


Kerri Maren
P.O. Box 414966
Miami Beach, FL 33141
305-861-5790
(Hodgkin’s Disease –
International BioCare Hospital)


Christian Shubin
33148 Pacific Coast Hwy.
Malibu, CA 90265
310-457-9866
(Hodgkin’s Disease – Vit. C,
Ozone & Hydrogen Peroxide)


Lee Tessina
c/o Raymond
2531 Sawtelle Blvd. PMB #108
Los Angeles, CA 90064
310-479-6346
(Hodgkin’s Disease – Dr. Contreras
& Dr. Privitera)


Shelly Curtis
10 Hovey St.
Oxford, MI 48371
248-628-7994
(Kidney – Dr. Burzynski)


Edward (Loretta) Mirza
2320 Mission St.
Turlock, CA 95380
209-634-4408
(Kidney – Dr. Brodie)


Angelo Giova
1 Feather Ave.
Penns Grove, NJ 08069
856-299-3732
(Kidney – Hospital Santa Monica)


Russell Young
P.O. Box 1726
Dillon, CO 80435
970-468-8070
(Leiomyosarcoma –
Hoxsey Therapy)


Valerie Costantini
6331 Bertha Dr.
New Orleans, LA 70122
504-288-1271
(Leukemia – Int’l BioCare Hospital
& Dr. Mary III)


Brian Mullen
901 Soaring Dr.
Marrietta, GA 30062
770-424-7940
(Leukemia – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Dorna McKee
P.O. Box 421
Agoura Hills, CA 91376
818-889-8365
(Leukemia – Sanoviv Health
Retreat & Ozone Therapy)


Betsy Wrisley
154 German Cross Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-273-5569
(Leukemia – Livingston Fdt.
Medical Center & Dr. La Beau)


John Castillo
P.O. Box 93904
Albuquerque, NM 87199
505-828-3930
(Lung – Dr. James)


John Peters
213 Clearbrook Ct.
Cranberry TWP, PA 16066
724-741-0575
(Lung – Gerson Therapy)


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Truman Prueitt
P.O. Box 693
Pioneer Town, CA 92268
760-369-2955
(Lung – Hoxsey Therapy)


Ronny Rudley
2413 Ping Dr.
Henderson, NV 89074
702-254-5521
(Lung – Poly MVA Therapy)


James Gibson
Seal Beach, CA
www.survivingsmallcell.com
(Lung – Issels Treatment Center)


Jane (Helen) Sill
557 Forest Retreat Rd.
Hendersonville, TN 37075
615-824-9307
(Lung – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Neal Verblaauw
301 Myrtle Ave.
Mahwah, NJ 07430
201-327-7864
(Lung – Manner Therapy)


Mary Jo Siegel
11391 Glenside Lane
Camarillo,CA 93012
805-491-3474
www.burzynskipatientgroup.org
(Lymphona – Dr. Burzynski)


Janet Pauly, R.N.
P.O. Box 926
Keene, TX 76059
817-641-1292
(Lymphoma –
Nutrition & Barley Life)


Amanda Neff
1820 Stone Creek
Hudson, WI 54016
612-345-0845
(Lymphoma – Dr. Contreras)


Mildred (Ruben) Dreher
Note: please send stamped #10 envelope
P.O. Box 78
Nelson, MN 56355
320-762-0364
(Lymphoma – Dr. Kelley
& Wheat Grass)


Edgar Bartolucci
7004 Blvd. East #3-22E
Guttenberg, NJ 07093
201-295-8502
(Lymphoma – Dr. Schachter)


Ilene Young
2171 Ayers Rd.
Gillett, PA 16925
570-596-4291
(Lymphoma – Dr. Alvarez)


Neal Dublinsky
8950 W. Olympic Blvd. #315
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
310-289-4611
(Lymphoma – Dr. Burzynski &
Valley Cancer Institute)


Christina Hurley
3618 N. Vermilion St.
Danville, IL 61832
217-446-7279
(Lymphoma – Hospital Santa Monica)


Mary Harrington
1214 W. Los Arboles Pl.
Chandler, AZ 85224
480-899-8701
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy)


Ronda Faunce
8615 W. 200 S.
Russiaville, IN 46979
765-883-8004
(Melanoma – Dr. Alvarez)


Tom Powers
P.O. Box 128
Hankins, NY 12741
845-887-5178
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy)


Sue Vanderwater
4205 N.W. 144th Terrace
Oklahoma City, OK 73134
405-755-6690
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy)


Pat Hawley
1075 Youngfield St.
Golden, CO 80401
303-237-8668
(Melanoma – Dr. Livingston &
Hoxsey Therapy)


Helen Curran
56-B Calle Cadiz
Laguna Woods, CA 92637
949-458-8510
(Melanoma, Liver – Laetrile
& Immune Therapy)


Sue Jessup
10419 Maximilian Ln.
Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026
509-465-0661
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy
& Pau d’Arco)


Tecla Taratino
32 Goodmark Pl. #11
Toronto, Ont., Canada M9W 6J4
905-939-8887
(Mesothelioma – Immunology
Researching Center)


David Emerson
419 E. Washington St.
Shagrin Falls, OH 44022
440-247-6958
(Multiple Myeloma – Dr. Burzynski)


Deana (Ken) Walker
221 Bella Vista Dr.
Fox Island, WA 98333
253-549-7676
(Multiple Myeloma – Poly-MVA)


Doug Wray
9130 Jonell Ct.
La Mesa, CA 91942
619-461-3386
(Multiple Myeloma – Poly-MVA,
Budwig Diet & Vit. C Therapy)


Vernon Jones
306 Park Row
Snow Hill, MD 21863
410-632-1357
(Neck, Tongue –
Hospital Santa Monica)


Marye Barker
2124 Grelle Ave.
Lewiston, ID 83501
208-743-7459
(Ovarian – Dr. Brodie)


Linda Chen, L.Ac., N.D.
207 Culver Blvd.
Playas Del Rey, CA 90293
310-754-5313
(Ovarian – Hospital Ingles)


Carol Black
8650 Rustler Dr.
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
928-775-9508
(Ovarian – Poly-MVA)


Kay Bevan
26 Deer Run Rd.
P.O. Box 344
Sonoita, AZ 85637
520-455-5331
www.beatingyourcancer.org
(Ovarian – Shark Cartilage
& Nutrition)


Judy Lowe
P.O. Box 1656
Yucca Valley, CA 92286
760-366-1811
(Ovarian – Dr. Contreras)


Herbert McKay
Cudahy, CA
323-560-1965
(Pancreas – Dr. Contreras)


Patricia Ainey
2615 Randle Rd.
Manaimo, B.C., Canada V9S 3X3
250-758-7688
(Pancreas – Gerson Therapy)


Lona Burkhart
23000 N.E. Gosner Lane
Ashwood, OR 97711
541-489-3242
(Pancreas – Hoxsey Therapy)


Carol Main
75 Fish Creek Rd.
Alberton, MT 59820
406-722-4040
(Pancreas – Hoxsey Therapy)


Julia Hollister
14007 Egglestone Dr.
Pineville, NC 28134
704-541-1518
(Pancreas – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Ruth Shirk
404 Cooks Creek Rd.
Harrisonburg, VA 22802
540-433-2640
(Pancreas – Rubio Cancer Center)


Clinton Miller
184 S. 100 East
St. George, UT 84770
Cedar, UT 84770
435-628-8767
(Prostate – Hospital Santa Monica)


Phil Canville
P.O. Box 5324
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
925-934-7777
(Prostate – Dr. Brodie)


Carl Murphy
1601 Berkeley Dr.
Lompoc, CA 93436
805-735-1140
(Prostate, Bone – Dr. Alvarez)


Edwin Beard
3521 E. Cherokee St.
Phoeniz, AZ 85044
480-785-8657
(Prostate – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


John Fersch
9609 Lindenwood Trail
Denton, TX 76207
940-262-0970
(Prostate – Dr. Akbarpour)


Ran-Dhir Singh
P.O. Box 4814
Huntsville, AL 35815
256-457-5151
(Prostate – Dr. Alvarez)


Ed Aldworth
303 E. Berger St.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-989-7669
(Prostate – Hospital Santa Monica)


Robert Brandon
700 Hooper Ave.
Bakersfield, CA 93308
661-399-8932
(Prostate – Hospital Santa Monica)


William Darlington
67 Main St. S.
Milverton, ONT., Canada N0K 1M0
519-595-8217
(Prostate, Bone –
Issels Treatment Center)


Dan Beckley
Whites Creek Rd. R.R. #1 Box 192
Prichard, WV 25555
304-486-5014
(Skin – Black & Yellow Salve)


Robert Fowler
P.O. Box 1225
Chino Valley, AZ 86323
928-636-4037
(Skin – Dr. Brodie)


Pamala Prueitt
P.O. Box 693
Pioneer Town, CA 92268
760-369-2955
(Skin – Hoxsey Therapy)


Barbara Ellingson
960 Sanborn Ave. #7
Los Angeles, CA 90029
323-913-9741
www.wewant2live.com
(Spinal – Aajonus’ Primal Diet)


Rickie Deniz
1233 Puhau St.
Hilo, HI 96720
808-959-2662
(Stomach – Dr. Contreras)


Paul Wyly
3730 County Rd. #8
Hereford, TX 79045
806-364-5385 (Evenings)
(Testicular – Dr. Contreras)


Bruce Northey
P.O. Box 435298
San Ysidro, CA 92143
619-518-2366
(Testicular – Dr. Contreras)


Rex Clement
502 College St.
Lafayette, TN 37083
615-688-5577
(Testicular – Gerson Therapy)


Paul Tallis
4915 Ramsdell Ave.
La Crescenta, CA 91214
818-249-1033
(Testicular – Dr. Breitman)


Raymond (Jason) Winters
P.O. Box 94075
Las Vegas, NV 89193
702-739-8277
www.sirjasonwinters.com
(Throat –Nutrition &
Herbal Formula)


Robert Pyle
3 Bonita
Sausalito, CA 94965
415-846-0985
(Throat – Dr. Vargas)


Kenneth Case
904 Blue Ridge Dr.
Staunton, VA 24401
540-885-2458 (Evenings)
(Tongue – Dr. Nieper & Dr. Streeter)


Bonnie Cayer
16291 Spartan Circle
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
714-846-0261 (Evenings)
(Uterus – Jimmy Keller070
(Leiomyosarcoma –
Hoxsey Therapy)


Valerie Costantini
6331 Bertha Dr.
New Orleans, LA 70122
504-288-1271
(Leukemia – Int’l BioCare Hospital
& Dr. Mary III)


Brian Mullen
901 Soaring Dr.
Marrietta, GA 30062
770-424-7940
(Leukemia – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Dorna McKee
P.O. Box 421
Agoura Hills, CA 91376
818-889-8365
(Leukemia – Sanoviv Health
Retreat & Ozone Therapy)


Betsy Wrisley
154 German Cross Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-273-5569
(Leukemia – Livingston Fdt.
Medical Center & Dr. La Beau)


John Castillo
P.O. Box 93904
Albuquerque, NM 87199
505-828-3930
(Lung – Dr. James)


John Peters
213 Clearbrook Ct.
Cranberry TWP, PA 16066
724-741-0575
(Lung – Gerson Therapy)


Truman Prueitt
P.O. Box 693
Pioneer Town, CA 92268
760-369-2955
(Lung – Hoxsey Therapy)


Ronny Rudley
2413 Ping Dr.
Henderson, NV 89074
702-254-5521
(Lung – Poly MVA Therapy)


James Gibson
Seal Beach, CA
www.survivingsmallcell.com
(Lung – Issels Treatment Center)


Jane (Helen) Sill
557 Forest Retreat Rd.
Hendersonville, TN 37075
615-824-9307
(Lung – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Neal Verblaauw
301 Myrtle Ave.
Mahwah, NJ 07430
201-327-7864
(Lung – Manner Therapy)


Mary Jo Siegel
11391 Glenside Lane
Camarillo,CA 93012
805-491-3474
www.burzynskipatientgroup.org
(Lymphona – Dr. Burzynski)


Janet Pauly, R.N.
P.O. Box 926
Keene, TX 76059
817-641-1292
(Lymphoma –
Nutrition & Barley Life)


Amanda Neff
1820 Stone Creek
Hudson, WI 54016
612-345-0845
(Lymphoma – Dr. Contreras)


Mildred (Ruben) Dreher
Note: please send stamped #10 envelope
P.O. Box 78
Nelson, MN 56355
320-762-0364
(Lymphoma – Dr. Kelley
& Wheat Grass)


Edgar Bartolucci
7004 Blvd. East #3-22E
Guttenberg, NJ 07093
201-295-8502
(Lymphoma – Dr. Schachter)


Ilene Young
2171 Ayers Rd.
Gillett, PA 16925
570-596-4291
(Lymphoma – Dr. Alvarez)


Neal Dublinsky
8950 W. Olympic Blvd. #315
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
310-289-4611
(Lymphoma – Dr. Burzynski &
Valley Cancer Institute)


Christina Hurley
3618 N. Vermilion St.
Danville, IL 61832
217-446-7279
(Lymphoma – Hospital Santa Monica)


Mary Harrington
1214 W. Los Arboles Pl.
Chandler, AZ 85224
480-899-8701
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy)


Ronda Faunce
8615 W. 200 S.
Russiaville, IN 46979
765-883-8004
(Melanoma – Dr. Alvarez)


Tom Powers
P.O. Box 128
Hankins, NY 12741
845-887-5178
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy)


Sue Vanderwater
4205 N.W. 144th Terrace
Oklahoma City, OK 73134
405-755-6690
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy)


Pat Hawley
1075 Youngfield St.
Golden, CO 80401
303-237-8668
(Melanoma – Dr. Livingston &
Hoxsey Therapy)


Helen Curran
56-B Calle Cadiz
Laguna Woods, CA 92637
949-458-8510
(Melanoma, Liver – Laetrile
& Immune Therapy)


Sue Jessup
10419 Maximilian Ln.
Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026
509-465-0661
(Melanoma – Gerson Therapy
& Pau d’Arco)


Tecla Taratino
32 Goodmark Pl. #11
Toronto, Ont., Canada M9W 6J4
905-939-8887
(Mesothelioma – Immunology
Researching Center)


David Emerson
419 E. Washington St.
Shagrin Falls, OH 44022
440-247-6958
(Multiple Myeloma – Dr. Burzynski)


Deana (Ken) Walker
221 Bella Vista Dr.
Fox Island, WA 98333
253-549-7676
(Multiple Myeloma – Poly-MVA)


Doug Wray
9130 Jonell Ct.
La Mesa, CA 91942
619-461-3386
(Multiple Myeloma – Poly-MVA,
Budwig Diet & Vit. C Therapy)


Vernon Jones
306 Park Row
Snow Hill, MD 21863
410-632-1357
(Neck, Tongue –
Hospital Santa Monica)


Marye Barker
2124 Grelle Ave.
Lewiston, ID 83501
208-743-7459
(Ovarian – Dr. Brodie)


Linda Chen, L.Ac., N.D.
207 Culver Blvd.
Playas Del Rey, CA 90293
310-754-5313
(Ovarian – Hospital Ingles)


Carol Black
8650 Rustler Dr.
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
928-775-9508
(Ovarian – Poly-MVA)


Kay Bevan
26 Deer Run Rd.
P.O. Box 344
Sonoita, AZ 85637
520-455-5331
www.beatingyourcancer.org
(Ovarian – Shark Cartilage & Nutrition)


Judy Lowe
P.O. Box 1656
Yucca Valley, CA 92286
760-366-1811
(Ovarian – Dr. Contreras)


Herbert McKay
Cudahy, CA
323-560-1965
(Pancreas – Dr. Contreras)


Patricia Ainey
2615 Randle Rd.
Manaimo, B.C., Canada V9S 3X3
250-758-7688
(Pancreas – Gerson Therapy)


Lona Burkhart
23000 N.E. Gosner Lane
Ashwood, OR 97711
541-489-3242
(Pancreas – Hoxsey Therapy)


Carol Main
75 Fish Creek Rd.
Alberton, MT 59820
406-722-4040
(Pancreas – Hoxsey Therapy)


Julia Hollister
14007 Egglestone Dr.
Pineville, NC 28134
704-541-1518
(Pancreas – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


Ruth Shirk
404 Cooks Creek Rd.
Harrisonburg, VA 22802
540-433-2640
(Pancreas – Rubio Cancer Center)


Clinton Miller
184 S. 100 East
St. George, UT 84770
Cedar, UT 84770
435-628-8767
(Prostate – Hospital Santa Monica)


Phil Canville
P.O. Box 5324
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
925-934-7777
(Prostate – Dr. Brodie)


Carl Murphy
1601 Berkeley Dr.
Lompoc, CA 93436
805-735-1140
(Prostate, Bone – Dr. Alvarez)


Edwin Beard
3521 E. Cherokee St.
Phoeniz, AZ 85044
480-785-8657
(Prostate – Int’l BioCare Hospital)


John Fersch
9609 Lindenwood Trail
Denton, TX 76207
940-262-0970
(Prostate – Dr. Akbarpour)


Ran-Dhir Singh
P.O. Box 4814
Huntsville, AL 35815
256-457-5151
(Prostate – Dr. Alvarez)


Ed Aldworth
303 E. Berger St.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-989-7669
(Prostate – Hospital Santa Monica)


Robert Brandon
700 Hooper Ave.
Bakersfield, CA 93308
661-399-8932
(Prostate – Hospital Santa Monica)


William Darlington
67 Main St. S.
Milverton, ONT., Canada N0K 1M0
519-595-8217
(Prostate, Bone –
Issels Treatment Center)


Dan Beckley
Whites Creek Rd. R.R. #1 Box 192
Prichard, WV 25555
304-486-5014
(Skin – Black & Yellow Salve)


Robert Fowler
P.O. Box 1225
Chino Valley, AZ 86323
928-636-4037
(Skin – Dr. Brodie)


Pamala Prueitt
P.O. Box 693
Pioneer Town, CA 92268
760-369-2955
(Skin – Hoxsey Therapy)


Barbara Ellingson
960 Sanborn Ave. #7
Los Angeles, CA 90029
323-913-9741
www.wewant2live.com
(Spinal – Aajonus’ Primal Diet)


Rickie Deniz
1233 Puhau St.
Hilo, HI 96720
808-959-2662
(Stomach – Dr. Contreras)


Paul Wyly
3730 County Rd. #8
Hereford, TX 79045
806-364-5385 (Evenings)
(Testicular – Dr. Contreras)


Bruce Northey
P.O. Box 435298
San Ysidro, CA 92143
619-518-2366
(Testicular – Dr. Contreras)


Rex Clement
502 College St.
Lafayette, TN 37083
615-688-5577
(Testicular – Gerson Therapy)


Paul Tallis
4915 Ramsdell Ave.
La Crescenta, CA 91214
818-249-1033
(Testicular – Dr. Breitman)


Raymond (Jason) Winters
P.O. Box 94075
Las Vegas, NV 89193
702-739-8277
www.sirjasonwinters.com
(Throat –Nutrition &
Herbal Formula)


Robert Pyle
3 Bonita
Sausalito, CA 94965
415-846-0985
(Throat – Dr. Vargas)


Kenneth Case
904 Blue Ridge Dr.
Staunton, VA 24401
540-885-2458 (Evenings)
(Tongue – Dr. Nieper & Dr. Streeter)


Bonnie Cayer
16291 Spartan Circle
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
714-846-0261 (Evenings)
(Uterus – Jimmy Keller]

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 27th April 2010