July 4, 2015

Important Podcasts:

What Are People Saying About The Gerson Therapy?

Personal Stories of Cancer & Disease Survival Using The Gerson Therapy:
Read the words and stories of those who overcame disease and other health problems using the Gerson Therapy, directly from those who did it!

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  • Gina F. – 10 Years Recovered From Breast Cancer - Contributed: December 2006, In December 2006, the Gerson Institute received the following letter from Gina F. “I ask that you please pass this note to Miss Charlotte Gerson for me. Seeing her 10 years ago in Seattle changed my life and the lives of many others. Ten years ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and the same as most of the people with whom you come in contact, I was headed for the dreaded knife, radiation, chemo and sores. I was scared and thought I had no options. “To make a long story short, I found the Gerson Therapy Read More
  • Kevil M – Testicular Cancer - Contributed: October 2006, On October 12, 2006 I, Kevil M, was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer. My left testicle was surrounded by a tumor like a baseball mitt surrounding a glove. My Urologist at the time removed the tumor, however, the team of doctors didn’t want to stop there; after abducting my testicle, they then wanted to do a little searching around, where they would split me open from chest to navel and remove the problem lymph nodes at the site of metastasis and then follow it up with chemotherapy and possible radiation, almost like toppings to a banana split. Metastasis, Read More
  • Esther in California – Breast Cancer with Liver Metastases - Contributed: September 2006, On September 13th, 2006, the Gerson Institute received the following e-mail:“For those who don’t know me… I’m a 45 year old stage IV Breast Cancer patient, with metastases to liver and bones. In January 2004, when diagnosed stage IV, my liver was so covered in tumors that my liver was shutting down. My skin was completely yellow, even my eyes were yellow. “I didn’t know any better, so I began Chemo treatments at once. My onc[ologist] said that with treatment, we could hope for a year. I went in search of other options, and stumbled upon Max Read More
  • Thanks From Bettie RB - Dear Mr. Straus: Thank you for the wonderful inscription in your book, and for your business card. How nice that was of you!And indeed, I am enjoying good health at the young age of 60 bodily years. My husband, Frank B. has a lot to do with that! You see, Frank found Dr. Gerson’s therapy in the 70’s when his former wife developed a brain tumor. Being quite intelligent, Frank recognized what a brilliant therapy the Gerson therapy was, learned it from Dr. Gerson’s book as well as from the Jacqui Davison book, “Cancer Winner”, and applied it to both Read More
  • Betsy H. – Ovarian Cancer - Contributed: May 2003, On May 22, 2003 at the age of 35, I was diagnosed with EOPPC : Extra-Ovarian Primary Peritoneal Carcinoma, stage IV. The following is a brief summary of my medical history, my cancer diagnosis, treatment and recovery.I may be facing a similar situation, to raise awareness of the options available, and to spread the word about the success of Gerson. The Gerson Therapy more than healed me from cancer; it’s an extension and culmination of a life of being chronically ill, seeking wellness, and finally discovering a way to heal. I was born with jaundice. By the Read More
  • Jeffrey C.- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) - Dear Charlotte and the Gerson Staff, I have just recently completed one year on the full Gerson Therapy and would love to share my story in a way of saying thanks and in the spirit of hope for others who are considering the Therapy. I suffered with an acute case of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for over two years before even learning of the Gerson Therapy in a book about Allergies by Alan Hunter. Like most CFS sufferers I had tried every therapeutic path I had come across with little improvement (including a prescribed term of psychiatric care). From the very Read More
  • Becky L.- Pesticide Poisoning - “Three and one-half years ago, I was dying. I had been struggling for 18 years following poisoning by pesticides. Progressively my body wore down. Now, turned-aggressive lymphoma was killing me. And I couldn’t add more toxic material, called chemotherapy, to my already toxic body. “A dear friend placed a bag of Gerson literature on my sickbed, and I began to read and read. My Mom picked up my friend’s Norwalk juicer, a bag of organic carrots, etc., and we began “The Healing Adventure” at home. My body cried out with the very first juice, “I LOVE this food! I feel Read More
  • Bill N. – Prostate Cancer - Contributed: Just a note to bring you up to speed on the progress in my bout with prostate cancer. I was diagnosed with point in my life I classed myself as a model of health! I was by myself, selling real estate franchises, when I phoned my wife in Toronto she also was upset. I headed back to Toronto for an appointment with my doctor. He told us I would have to get chemotherapy or radiation. We said “no” to both as the odds of being impotent or incontinent were too high and at any rate I was close to Read More
  • Denae H – Fibromyalgia - At the age of 16, I felt as if I were 90. I went from being a gymnast, musician, and honor student, to a lethargic medical mess. After a week-long hospital stay for an abscessed tonsil, I did not feel well again for seven years. I began to ache and drag, always waiting to regain the coporal vigor I once enjoyed. After frequent complaints to my mother of how my body felt sore, achy, tired, and weak, she took me to see our family doctor. He referred me to a pediatric rheumatologist at Loma Linda Children’s Hospital in Loma Linda, Read More
  • Bill D. – Stage 4 Melanoma - Contributed: 2005, In December 2005 I was diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma. Early in 2006 I had a large mass removed from my back and a other smaller tumor from my lung. After a series of cat scans, pet scans, brain scans and bone scans I was tolsd a few months later that it had spread to an area behind my stomach wll and 2 on my spine. IThe tumors on my spine soon hit the spinal cord and the pain was unbearable. They loaded me with steroids and pain killers and when they had the pain under control they Read More
  • Don M. – Colon Cancer - Contributed: 2000, Told by Don & Mieke M. During the late summer of 2000, I first noticed a sharp pain every few days in my abdomen on the right side. On our boat in British Columbia we went to a doctor in Canada who did X-rays and an ultrasound. They could not see anything and decided it was probably my gallbladder. A few months later after intermittent pains an X-ray and scan in Port Townsend, again only possibly indicated Gallstones. No other procedures were suggested and we went on our long-planned family trip to Europe, March through June 2001. In Read More
  • Paul S.- Chronic Fatigue, Toxicity - Contributed: August 2006 In 2000 life was going well for me. I was 29 and making a good living as a contract computer programmer. I was living with my girlfriend and we did a lot of traveling to various European cities. We owned a house having spent five years bringing it from a wreck to a very high standard. Then in December 2000, I came down with a terrible flu like virus which flattened me for three months. Suddenly, I was very limited in what I could do. My mother came to visit me and she also got the virus. Read More
  • Conni S – Melanoma - Contributed: May 1996, One day in May, 1996, while undressing, I noticed that a mole on my left little toe had changed. I was 50, and it had always been there but at that time it was distinctly different. It was larger, darker and reddish. I immediately made an appointment with Dr. k. William W, to check on the mole. He took a shaved biopsy and it was reported to be ‘superficial spreading melanoma’. I had a re-excision, done by Dr. Stephen S of NH in June of 1996. This time, the biopsy report was “superficial spreading melanoma, Clark’s level Read More
  • Gray R. – Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma - Contributed: October 1995, The following story of a patient’s recovery is told virtually verbatim by his wife, Janet. “In October 1995, being examined for a kidney stone, my husband Gray, aged 38, was diagnosed with early stage Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. No treatment was indicated, but we were informed that the prognosis was not good and chemotherapy would suppress the lymphocyte count only for a while. “Although I was a nursing tutor, I was not familiar with oncology, nor was I aware of alternative or complementary therapies. The course of our lives was changed by the arrival of the book, A Time Read More
  • Lyle B. – Muscular Dystrophy [Dr. Gerson’s Direct Patient] - Late last year, a friend who is also very much interested in the Gerson Therapy, did a study of a number of Dr. Gerson’s former patients. Since it is just now 40 years since Dr. Gerson passed away, it is hard to find any of his former patients if for no other reason than that they would have died of old age. As the researcher found, many of those patients, in fact, did die of old age, having recovered from cancer or other chronic diseases under Dr. Gerson’s care. One interesting gentleman answered our request for further information and, if possible, a Read More
  • Lawrence K. – Pancreatic Cancer - Contributed: 1993, My Story by Lawrence K.: During my annual physical in the fall of 1993 the doctor “felt” something in my abdomen that he thought might be an aneurysm.The ultrasound technician could not get a good picture “because something in my stomach kept getting in the way.” By the summer of 1994 I had lost about 20 pounds and my wife noticed that I had lost a lot of energy. I went to see Dr. Braun, the family doctor, on the last day of August. After several tests he thought GI ‘scoping’ would be helpful. Dr. S performed an Read More

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