CancerCured.org—The Book created a storm of protest in 2001, so much so that it was removed from the shelves. It's not difficult to understand why when one realizes that a cure for any cancer would create havoc in a medical system that profits greatly from this disease.
You can now possess an original copy of CancerCured.org—The Book while the supply lasts.
The storm began in 2001 and it has turned into a Class IV hurricane as the traditional chemical treatment approach has proven to be ineffective in stopping the majority of cancers. In the 9 years of follow-up research and clinical trials since the release of Cancercured.org—The Book, we have proven beyond doubt that at least one cancer is curable without the use of chemicals, radiation or major surgery.
Breast cancer is now so curable that it basically carries a promise of free treatments in the future if the cancer ever returns. But few women know the truth resulting in more than 40,000 needless deaths each year from breast cancer.
Even the antics of Dr. Quack, a well-connected former psychiatrist with a defunct cancer medical system, could not insult the author enough to stop his progress in finding answers. As the book and its follow-up information clearly point out, you can't stop a good thing.
Dr. Quack's site actually helped the development of the technology as intelligent people began to realize that even a psychiatrist, a master of mental confusion, can't fool all the people all the time. Hundreds of cancer sufferers found the author through Dr. Quack's effort to deceive the public.
The author thanks him for helping to further the cause for finding the cure by supplying people who wanted answers.
It never ceases to amaze me how humans can build rocket ships that travel to the moon and back. How do we do it? Certainly not by ignoring or violating the immutable laws of the physical universe. These laws are stable. They operate whether or not we have the right ideas about them. They do not wait for us to understand or become aware of them.
The principles governing physical health are no less unchanging—except that we have the power to apply or not apply them to ourselves, at least to a large extent. True degenerative diseases are those diseases and conditions that derive from our individual and collective lifestyle choices and habits.
We consume foods that are minimally nourishing or, worse, positively detrimental to our health. We apply toxic cosmetics and skin-care products that seep into our bodies transdermally. We pollute our air and then breathe it; we pollute our water and then drink it.
Our bodies have homeostatic mechanisms that keep body chemistry balanced in the midst of all these turbulent internal and external changes. But when these balancing mechanisms are pushed too far, for too long, the biological terrain begins to shift. Disease does not attack us from the outside but, rather, is the result of our internal chemistry, or biological terrain, changing to a disease-promoting condition.
The switch is almost spiteful, as if the cells are saying to us, "Well, if you won't give us what we need, we'll take whatever we can get, wherever we can get it." Under normal circumstances, fries served without ketchup might draw a complaint, but in the face of starvation, an ugly, fat rat could prove very appealing. Such is the logic of the cells.
The good news is that, for the first time in medical history, these treacherous shifts are detectable, measurable, and controllable. In other words, we can now address the actual source of the problem.
This new approach constitutes a fundamental departure from conventional medical practice, which is based largely on identifying individuals with early or late nameable pathology and using surgery and/or pharmaceutical drugs to treat them. For decades, we have been deluded into thinking that there is no other way, certainly no better way.
But America must find a better way. Direct and indirect costs associated with illness now consume almost 20% of our gross national product, yet degenerative-disease figures are on the rise. It makes no sense.
That's why this book should be prescribed reading for everyone. Not only does it take the mystery out of cancer and "puzzling" degenerative diseases, it also outlines a nontoxic, noninvasive approach to dealing effectively with them, even avoiding them altogether.
I congratulate Robert Dowling on his research, his writing, and his courage in bringing this message to a health-care system seriously in need of overhauling.
—Dr. Frank Charles, ND