Surviving Terminal Cancer
Patients from around the world report success with natural ways to fight cancer. They’ve posted their stories on the Internet.
This article is not intended as medical advice. I am simply sharing information gathered from a number of other published sources.
Some cancer patients have refused chemotherapy and radiation. Instead, they’ve fought their disease with natural remedies.
They’re still alive to talk about it.
A growing number of “chemo-free survivors” have become Internet crusaders, helping others navigate the often uncharted maze of alternative medicine.
Kelley Eidem is one. He was covered with big brown blotches that suddenly appeared on his skin. He realized it was serious. He took a pregnancy test and it was positive.
Since he wasn’t pregnant, Eidem, a medical writer, knew, without a doubt, he had cancer. People with cancer and pregnant women both produce human chorionic gonaditropin (HCGH). A person with cancer will get a false positive result if the cancer is advanced enough, or if the test is sensitive enough to detect HCGH.
Not Curable with Conventional Medicine
As the tumors had spread throughout his body, Eldem, if he had gone to a doctor, would have been diagnosed with Stage IV cancer, which is considered terminal.
Eidem didn’t have a biopsy, because, as he explains, he believed this could disrupt the cancer and cause it to spread.
He also didn’t panic. Years earlier, he had written a biography about cancer researcher named Emanual Revici, M.D., who developed a successful method of treating, and often curing, even the most desperate cases.
Eidem knew what to do. First, he took cod liver oil to correct an imbalance. His body was too acidic, and he needed to raise his ph level. What makes Dr. Revici’s work so unique, as Eidem has written in his book, The Doctor Who Cures Cancer, is that Dr. Revici found that cancer patients suffer from one of two imbalances. Their metabolism has become either too acidic or too alkaline.
Correcting the Acid/Alkaline Imbalance
Correcting this, by ingesting proper oils, can often restore health, and make the cancer disappear, claims Eidem.
Eidem supercharged his treatment. He took cod liver oil to put his body into a more alkaline state. He also ate daily sandwiches of sprouted bread filled with garlic, habanero peppers and butter. This is something he gleaned from Dr. Richard Schulze, an herbalist and author who hs developed a program called “The Incurables.”
Within days the blotches started to fade. Eidem stopped the sandwiches and the blotches returned. He returned to his protocol for a few more days and they went away for good.Now, 14 years later, Eidem moderates a popular website where he answers questions about Dr. Revici’s work, which turns a bit of alternative medical dogma upside down.
The standard advice is to juice and eat a lot of raw vegetables in order to combat acidity and raise one’s alkaline level. That’s good only if someone is too acidic to begin with,according to Dr. Revici’s findings.
If, however, someone suffers the reverse condition, alkalosis, such a diet will make their cancer grow. What they need is balance. In this case, eating hard-boiled eggs or other acid-forming foods is a much better choice.
Hard-Boiled Eggs May Help Restore an Imbalance, According to Dr. Revici
Chris Wark’s “Miraculous” Recovery
Chris Wark was only 26 when he learned, just days before Christmas, he had Stage III colon cancer.
He consented to surgery to remove the tumor, but disregarded his doctor’s advice to undergo chemotherapy. Ten years later he’s now a “husband, father, real estate investor, musician, chemo-free cancer survivor, blogger, health coach and public speaker,” according to his website.
“Chemotherapy is toxic poison,” reads one of his posts. “The idea of poisoning my way back to health did not make sense to me.”
Instead, Wark, a self-admitted junk food junkie, adopted a very strict diet and, working with a nutritionist and herbalist, embarked upon a 90-day raw, vegan diet. He also drank a lot of distilled water. Then, his nutritionist added some cooked vegetables and organic meats.
Within a year of his grim diagnosis, Wark said he was cancer free. He continues to have yearly blood work and other exams, and, to date, has stayed in the clear.
Wark’s website (see link below) has a section filled with testimonies from other “chemo-free survivors.” There’s a story from Vincent who had stage 4 colon cancer back in 2006.
A woman named “Ann” tells of her recovery from breast cancer, diagnosed when she was 44. She’s tried many natural remedies, including 714X developed by Canadian Gaston Naessens, Ph.D. This drug is legal in Canada.
Another account is from Audrey, a very long-term survivor. Her breast cancer was diagnosed in 1980.
Many, Many Other Testimonies of Surviving Advanced Cancer
Many other survivors have created websites about their recoveries, filled with details of how they regained their health. Invariably, barring miraculous intervention, this has required a major change of lifestyle.
One of the more famous survivors is actress Suzanne Somers, who’s written Knockout, a book in which top alternative doctors are interviewed. Another is orthopedic surgeon Dr. Lorraine Day. Her website shows pictures of her large tumor protruding from her breast.
Cancer Crusader Bill Henderson
Bill Henderson is not a cancer survivor. He’s a cancer crusader who claims to have helped thousands of others overcome this often deadly disease, often after they’ve exhausted all other avenues of conventional medical care
Henderson took up the cause after watching his wife, Marjorie, lose her life in 1990, after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She battled the disease for four years with multiple surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation. On his website, “Cancer Free,” he noted her last two years were excruciatingly painful.
He also believes it wasn’t the cancer that killed his wife. Instead, he notes, she succumbed to the effects of the treatments.
Henderson has become an expert in alternative medicine. He’s written two books, Cure Your Cancer, and his latest, Cancer Free. His free monthly newsletters are emailed to 34,000 readers. Each issue contains new cancer-fighting tips.
He’s found five “characteristics of every cancer.” These include weakened immunity, low cellular oxygen, too much toxicity, acidity and various vitamin and mineral deficiencies. He also points to dental problems and root canals as triggers.
Henderson works with several well known wholistic doctors such as Carlos Garica, M.D.
Although the average conventional cancer patient can quickly run up medical bills in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, as chemotherapy alone can cost as much as $10,000 a month, Henderson claims his recommended supplements only run about $155 a month.
He also reports cancers being reversed or greatly improved in six to eight weeks.
There are also more ways to treat cancer than anyone could possibly try in a lifetime, according to Henderson, who says he’s found more than 400 alternative ways of beating this dread disease, without surgery, chemotherapy or radiation.
Webster Kehr Cancer Tutor
There is another crusader named Webster Kehr, who runs a site with an extensive list of natural cancer treatments. However, this site is difficult to navigate, and it’s also difficult to wade through his recommendations. But there is one takeaway message. He insists it is necessary to work with an expert, and that it’s generally more difficult to reverse cancer after someone has undergone chemotherapy.
Outsmart Your Cancer
- Does Chemo Work?
People with cancer routinely undergo grueling rounds of chemotherapy. Is there a better way to treat cancer? Have various cancer cures been suppressed?
Dr. Rodrigo Rodriguez, MD
Do you think it’s possible to overcome cancer with natural treatments?
- 86% Yes.
- 7% No.
- 7% I know someone who’s fought cancer with alternative medicine and won.
975 people have voted in this poll.
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