Healing Cancer Naturally

“The National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society have misled and confused the public and Congress by repeated false claims that we are winning the war against cancer — claims made to create public and Congressional support for massive increases in budgetary appropriations.” — Dr. Samuel Epstein, M.D., author of The Politics of Cancer Revisited, 1998

by Dr. Larry Wilson — 

This is not an article about cancer; it is a guide for healing cancer using alternative methods. Thousands have recovered from cancer with the two methods described below, both of which have been available for more than 30 years.

Protocel

Protocel is an excellent, simple and cost-effective chemical formula that may help with many forms of cancer. The cost is about $75 per month.

Protocel was developed almost 50 years ago by Jim Sheridan, a chemist by training from the Detroit, Mich. area. Sheridan worked closely with William Koch, M.D.,  a brilliant doctor who, at the time, was head of the Detroit Women’s Hospital.

Koch knew that cancer is a trophoblast — a normal cell line of the body that arises at the wrong place and time. To learn more about this theory, you can read the full version of this article at www.drlwilson.com.

To obtain Protocel, call toll-free: 888-581-4442, or purchase it on the Internet at www.webnd.com.

The Kelley Cancer Therapy

William Kelley, D.D.S., was diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer in 1965. His doctors gave him no hope. Kelley researched the medical literature and stumbled onto the trophoblastic theory of cancer.

Figuring he had nothing to lose, he took massive doses of pancreatic enzymes of porcine (pig) origin. This is a main remedy used to kill trophoblast.

Kelley completely recovered in a few years and began to share his discovery. With continued research, he developed a complete cancer protocol and wrote a pamphlet for patients entitled, “One Answer to Cancer.” He taught his protocol to many doctors until his death, 40 years later, at age 80.

Nick Gonzalez, M.D., one of his protégés, offers a version of this therapy in New York City. However, I prefer the work of Dr. Kelley’s last student, Pamela McDougle. She trains doctors and other consultants across the nation and around the world. Her phone is 208-424-7600. Leave a message, as she receives many calls.

Many of those who offer the Kelley program, as it is called, are very quiet about it because the “cancer establishment,” the American Medical Association (AMA) and other powerful groups do not like the competition.

Now let us discuss important points to remember when using these alternative approaches.

Points to remember

1. Rest a lot. Go to bed by 8:30 p.m. each night, if possible. The early hours of the evening are the best times for rest. Also, plan a nap each afternoon and try to get a total of nine to 12 hours of sleep daily.

2. Drink three to four quarts of steam-distilled or quality spring water each day. Of these, distilled water is the finest for detoxification, bar none.

The next best is either carbon-filtered water or reverse osmosis water, although carbon filters must be changed often. The worst is often tap water.

I am aware of many water machines, designer waters and other units that some recommend; yet I still prefer steam-distilled water, for a year at least, for those with cancer.

3. Use coffee enemas and saunas. These will not, in my experience, interfere at all with Protocel. They are an important part of the Kelley program.

The twice-daily use of a near-infrared lamp sauna was added very late in Dr. Kelley’s life; however, many practitioners are unaware of its use and excellent benefits.

Be especially careful, however, of newer far-infrared saunas with large carbon heaters. I believe they emit frequencies that may be harmful. Much more information about saunas can be found at www.drlwilson.com.

4. Stay positive. Beneficial purification or healing reactions can cause fear. At times, these can unnerve even the most stable and dedicated person. Here are ways to stay positive:

  • Read all you can about your program. It can help you have faith and understand what you are doing and why.
  • Do your best to concentrate on the positive. This may seem impossible, but it is a skill that can be learned. Let go of the negatives and realize that they are just “old tapes” playing over and over in your head. After a while, they will begin to fade away.
  • Use any methods to help you stay positive. This might include uplifting books, CDs or movies, or talking with positive friends. Other ideas include taking walks in a natural setting, meditating, or any other helpful and healthful activity. The article on my Web site entitled “Reflections on the Twenty-Third Psalm” can also be helpful.
  • Think spiritually. This means to know that you are more than your physically ill body, and enables you to have a greater love for the self and for the world, as well. Many avenues in which to think and act spiritually surround you daily.

5. Meditate in a special way. I strongly advise all cancer patients to use a specific meditation-observation exercise I learned from a man named Roy Masters. It is available at www.fhu.com or by calling 800-877-3227.

I also offer a similar exercise on a CD. I credit my own health recovery, in large measure, to doing this exercise daily. To learn more, see the two articles on my Web site entitled “Meditation” and “Letting Go.”

6. Be realistic and grounded. Always keep in touch with your practitioner. Cancer is not a do-it-yourself proposition. Not all reactions mean you are healing, by any means.

This is why I only recommend working with practioners who have excellent reputations with cancer patients, rather than general practitioners. Healing cancer with any approach is challenging, even for the most seasoned among us. For this reason, I do not work with cancer. It is not my specialty, although I admire those who have made it theirs.

Unrealistic thinking or approaches can kill when it comes to cancer. I know that may sound like the AMA speaking, but please be warned. Be open-minded but never rigid, if possible.

Finally, remember that miracles can and do occur. This is always true, regardless of the method or approach. However, they are not that frequent, and time is often short. So always use common sense when dealing with cancer.

Other considerations

Here are some factors that can impede healing:

• Stress. Any extra stress depletes the body at a time when it requires building up and strengthening. These might be financial, social, familial or other types of stress.

• The nature of tumors. Removing dead cancer tissue is challenging for the body. The body is simply not built to digest large amounts of it. This is why detoxification protocols are often critical for long-term success.

• Starting too late. Cancer is progressive and degenerative. This means that time is not on your side. It means that the sooner one begins a corrective therapy or program, the better.

Unfortunately, conventional cancer therapy often weakens the body and delays real healing, so do not wait around if you wish to follow a natural regimen. Begin at once.

On the other hand, one should never assume it is too late to begin a natural cancer regimen. I am aware of cases in which the patients were diagnosed as terminal, with cancer throughout their bodies, but fully recovered using natural methods. The references by Gerson, Pierce and Sackman document amazing recoveries of this kind.

Unfortunately some in the conventional medical profession, lie terribly about their “cure” rates. What they actually mean is a five-year survival. If a person dies three weeks after the five-year milestone, the person is considered cured by medical statistical standards. This is a shame, as it prevents many well-meaning people from seeking alternative methods that could actually heal them permanently.

• Inability to follow the program correctly. Some people are too weak to make the juices and use the enemas and saunas. Others become confused or lazy and miss parts of the program. Some patients try to combine programs or add remedies that will completely negate the benefits of the program.

Do not alter these programs for good results. I may have lost my brother to cancer for this very reason.

Many people fail due to lack of adequate supervision. Consult someone preferably who is:

  1. well-trained in your therapy,
  2. has at least 10 years experience with cancer and not just natural healing, and
  3. preferably, has a medical background.

Lack of commitment is also an issue in some cases. The Kelley program, in particular, takes a lot of work and time. Some people quit too soon. It’s important to stay with any natural therapy for at least a year after tumors have shrunk or when one begins to feel normal.

Another issue is a lack of emotional and other support from friends or family. This is a tough one in some cases. Always seek out supportive people, and do not even tell the others of your diagnosis. Non-supportive people can bring down even the most dedicated of individuals.

You need to have faith in whatever treatment you are doing. Those who have faith in their method of treatment tend to do best.

Some people waver on whether they even want to get well. Seek counseling, a spiritual advisor or others to help you deal with this vital issue of life and death.

Also, beware of and read about healing crises, also called purification reactions, flare-ups and similar situations. Most natural therapies cause these, and they are beneficial in the long-run. However, there will be difficult moments when they occur, and you will need someone to call and consult.

Finally, and rarely, the program you are following may not work for you. In that case, do not waste time on it. Change immediately, since time is critical with cancer. However, give your program a few weeks, as time is needed in most cases to see results.

Do not expect tumors to shrink right away since, with natural methods versus standard therapies, tumor regression is not the most important result in your healing journey. Tumors actually may grow slightly larger as they begin to necrose, lyse or break down from within. This can be very confusing, as x-rays may show no progress or even a slight worsening when using a natural therapy — when, in fact, one is getting better.

To find out more, I recommend a cancer test panel from American Metabolic Laboratories (see reference below).

References

1. American Metabolic Laboratories, 954-929-4814. (This excellent private lab offers a cancer profile that is helpful to assess and monitor progress. The cost is under $500. Insurance may cover it if your doctor requests it. If you do not have a doctor’s prescription, speak to them about how to get one.)

2. Bearden, T.E., Cancer and the Unresolved Health Issues in the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields and Radiation, Association of Distinguished American Scientists, Huntsville, AL,1993.

3. Cancer Control Society, 2043 N. Berendo St. Los Angeles, CA 90027, 323-663-7801. (Resource group for alternative cancer therapies that holds annual conventions and more.)

4. Day, L., M.D., Cancer Doesn’t Scare Me Any More, DVD, 800-574-2437 or www.drday.com. (Personal story of a surgeon and her cancer recovery with natural methods.)

5. Epstein, S., The Politics of Cancer Revisited, East Ridge Press, NY, 1998.

6. Gerson, M., A Cancer Therapy, Results of 50 Cases, Totality Books, CA, 1977. (Dr. Gerson was a pioneer of natural approaches to cancer. I don’t recommend his therapy, however, as it is older and results appear to be better with Kelley’s methods.)

7. Kelley, W.D., One Answer to Cancer, College of Metabolic Medicine, 1974 through 1999 editions.

8. Koch, W.F., Cancer and Its Allied Diseases, 1929, Natural Immunity, 1939 and The Survival Factor in Neoplastic and Viral Diseases, 1961. (Brilliant books but quite technical.)

9. Moss, R.W, The Cancer Industry, Equinox Press, NY, 1999. (Dr. Moss was employed by Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital and writes about his experiences.)

10. Pierce, T.H., Outsmart Your Cancer, Thoughtworks Publishing, 2004. (Excellently written overview of the cancer problem and natural approaches, with exciting case histories.)

11. Quillin, P. and Quillin, N., Beating Cancer with Nutrition, Nutrition Times Press, 1997.

12. Sackman, R., Rethinking Cancer, Non-Traditional Approaches to the Theories, Treatments and Prevention of Cancer, Square One Publishers, Garden City Park, NY, 2003. (An excellent book by someone who has worked with cancer patients for almost 40 years.)

13. Sackman, R., Rethinking Cancer DVD, Foundation of Alternative Cancer Therapies, 212-741-2790. (With excellent long-term case histories, by the patients themselves.)

14. Scogna, J., The Promethian, LEP Publications, Wyomissing, PA, 1983. (Unusual older book about physics and healing.)

15. Simington, O.C. and S.M., Getting Well Again, Bantam Books, NY. (Excellent book about attitudes and cancer.)

 

Dr. Lawrence Wilson has a medical degree and has been in the health field for more than 25 years. His books include Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Analysis, Legal Guidelines for Unlicensed Practitioners, Healing Ourselves and Manual of Sauna Therapy and The Real Self. He also co-authored Toxic Metals in Human Health and Disease and contributed to The Dangers of Socialized Medicine. www.drlwilson.com or 928-445-7690.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 27, Number 4, August/September 2008.

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