TCR Comment: Your editor has read Dr. David Williams newsletter "Alternatives" for over a decade and it is well researched and informative. His latest issue is so important I am sharing with my readers. If you have a family member suffering from cancer the information here could be critical. Please note we at TCR are not Doctors or experts on dealing with disease and you should confer with your trusted physicians before undertaking any treatments. The story, like a lot of what we put out, enables you our readers to get a different perspective.
If you were diagnosed with metastatic melanoma, were told you had at most three months left to live and no chance of survival, so you should contact hospice...what would you do? I was with my friend Benton a year ago when he received this exact news.
A couple of weeks ago, I spoke with Joe Tippens, another gentleman who had been diagnosed with incurable, advanced small-cell lung cancer. Joe was given less than a one percent chance of survival and possibly three months to live. With aggressive chemotherapy, radiation, and an experimental drug, doctors might be able to extend that timeframe to a year, at best.
Today, Benton is still alive, almost clear of any signs of melanoma and enjoying life to the fullest. And when I recently spoke with Joe, he had just completed his tenth quarterly checkup at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, where he was found to be completely cancer free.
While both of these men underwent chemotherapy, radiation, and experimental immunotherapy, they also made the brave decision to implement other unapproved therapies - a decision that I have no doubt saved their lives. If you or a loved one are ever faced with such a horrific scenario, knowing exactly how to use one of these therapies could be the difference between life and death.
Unfortunately, the effectiveness of this cancer-fighting therapy has been known for quite some time but has been withheld from the public. The secrecy has primarily been for financial reasons, as I'll explain later. But more importantly, I want to share the research supporting this therapy, how to obtain it inexpensively, and exactly how to use it.
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For a wealth of health information and recommendations, please visit Dr. Williams website at www.drdavidwilliams.com.
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