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The Beautiful Truth - the World's Simplest Cure for Cancer

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posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 11:03 AM

A teen embarks on a cross-country trip to investigate the merits of a natural therapy for cancer based upon diet. He learns that this cure, which boldly contradicts the treatments promoted by the medical establishment, has existed for over half a century.

I noticed this trailer for the new movie 'The Beautiful Truth' about the controversial Gerson Therapy and natural cures for cancer.

Prior to World War II, Dr. Gerson and his family immigrated to the United States. In 1938 he passed his medical board exams and received his license to practice medicine in the state of New York. For twenty years, he treated hundreds of cancer patients who had been given up to die after all conventional treatments had failed. Although only a handful of peer-reviewed journals were receptive to the "radical" idea of using nutrition in the treatment and prevention of disease, Dr. Gerson continued publishing articles on his therapy in Europe. In 1958, based upon thirty years of experimentation, Dr. Gerson published his theory, treatment plan and case studies here in this medical monograph, A Cancer Therapy: Results of 50 Cases.

Dr. Gerson, a pioneer in holistic health, was a man of vision. He was correct in his prediction that a toxic environment combined with a diet deficient in essential nutrients would lead to the escalation of cancer and many other degenerative diseases. Although ridiculed in his time, research findings now confirm that nutrition is a powerful and effective means of treating disease.

Has anyone ever had / know anyone who has tried this alternative treatment? What were the results?

I'm frankly quite surprised that a movie has been allowed to be filmed that takes such a swipe at the pharmaceutical industry as a whole.

[edit on 9-11-2008 by dodgygeeza]

posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 12:10 PM
I have researched many accounts of alternative treatments and have posted information about cancer that has come into my woman's life.
You can view it on page 6 of the thread focus on MMS, "Apparently cancer cure has been around for a while" by OP Roufas.

The problem with alternative treatments in my situation are twofold.

1) The cancer was advancing rapidly, overwhelming us with dread and fear. Immediate measures were neccessary and surgury was performed withing two weeks.

2) I could not expect my woman to "take a chance" on alternative evaluations when her brothers wife had recently passed from the same cancer, and the mainstream has, IMO, not been trained or informed of many of these treatments.

As a matter of fact, it was a naturapaths interview I watched recently on a local show that convinced me where knowledge lies in medical community.
It was disturbing to me that while answering questions posed by the host, the natuapath sometimes paused to find the right word(s) to use before speaking.
It was obvious that she wanted to say things about the effects of proper nutrition, and many other topics, and you could just sense the care not to say things that would jeopardize her status or license.

It was always phrases such as " conjunction with", or "help cope with chemotheropy side effects" and similar.
When asked about her internship, her body language and facial expressions spoke volumes as she described working with onocologists and others in the field. At times, the words that were acceptable, (which didn't include anything that would disenfranchise the cancer industry), came out as if spitting out spoiled meat.

I would have taken my woman to the Gerson Clinic, or other if I could have convinced her even if just for a second opinion, but she was afraid that she could lose her life with these (undocumented, quack, illegal, false, ineffective, stated by health care professionals throughout America), and didn't want to mess around with such life threatening test results.

Please check out the links in my post at the thread above for other cancer research areas.

After viewing the 11 part Gerson Miracle videos on youtube, what sticks in my mind daily is the story of the little girl that was cut, hacked, wacked, in multiple surguries, and ultimately, after living through all of that, losing organs and the pain and disfiguring of being knifed repeatedly, then to be told she would die and there is nothing more that can be done, the family took her to Gerson's daughter.
Two years later, although still fighting the effects of cancer, surguries and organ problems, she is alive, smiling while on horseback, and seemingly improving little by little.
It just braks your heart to imagine what she goes through, and how the parents must feel.

I hope the movie coming out soon is good and opens the eyes of those the establishment preys on for the almighty dollar and sadistic fulfillment.

A final note:
As my woman and I have been to the hospital a few times a week for the last 4 months or so, we, have noticed, and her onocologist has confirmed, seen an unprecidented increase in cancer patients. As a matter of fact, one of the doctors there, (no names) stated that these new cancer cases seem to have suddenly been increasing so rapidly, he/she used the phrase "epidemic proportions".
Might as well step up to the plate and use the word Biblical" rather than epidemic.
I am there and I have seen it over the last few months. One day, they were so backed up, another doctor filled in because they were overloaded. The nurses who administer the chemo poisons were pulling their hair out and I bet my woman would've too, since we had to wait an extra hour for an opening to spike her stint, but, she doesn't have any hair thanks to this modern day chemo. I have not found one document that shows chemo as a cure.
I feel she was "cured" when they cut off her breast and most lymph nodes and assured her post surgury that they got all the cancer.
If so, what is the need for chemo, radiation, array of meds, if they got it all already?

They say to insure that it won't "come back" or "spread". How could it come back, unless the disgarded tissue was somehow following her around, talking her, waiting for the oppertunity to re-attach itself to her body. How could it "spread" if they "got it all"?
I list some of the side effects in the other thread link above, as well as the cost of some of these BigPharmaMeds.

I for one will go see this film on the big screen, even if my critiques of direction, etc...give it a poor rating.

Why would the "establishment" allow such a film?
Theu are going to profit from it. As another movie maker stated, (paraphrasing), They would let you sell the rope used to hang them with if they could make a profit on it.


posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 12:21 PM
Wow, thanks for the reply imd12c4funn. It's truly awful to hear about your partner going through such a hard time.

I cannot speak from experience and hopefully never will, but I know if I had no hope (like many sufferers don't), alternative therapy would be better than just accepting the inevitable.

Very well said about profiting from the movie, lets just hope the bucket gets kicked from under their feet.

posted on Nov, 10 2008 @ 06:34 PM
reply to post by dodgygeeza

The pharmaceutical industry has nothing to do with this film. Believe me, they aren't going to support it and I'm sure they'll do everything they can to discredit it.

So the question to ask yourself is...why would the $500 billion a year pharmaceutical industry not want you to take seriously an alternative cure for cancer that is rooted in eating organic foods instead of in buying expensive drugs? I'd say the truth is pretty clear.

I'm taking as many people as I can to see this movie in New York when it opens this Friday. We can change the system if enough of us wake up and do something about it.

D. Pace

posted on Nov, 10 2008 @ 06:56 PM
reply to post by dodgygeeza

Thank you for posting this, dodgy.

I just purchased the patient handbook. I have been thinking for quite some time now that my family and I need to drastically change the foods we eat.

I have always wondered that if a simple cure for cancer was found would the PTB allow us to know about it. Why is it that people who have more money than they could possibly ever need always want more? Evil.

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 02:40 AM
I just ordered this book at Amazon. I love reading these posts. I don't believe the doctors most of the time they are talking. They are too locked in by the pharmacueticals. thanks for the post.

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 04:34 AM
If what they say is true, that Chemotherapy hasn't been proven to actually help, I'd be willing to try this method first than effectively "nuking" every cell in my body to remove one small dangerous part.

It'll be interesting to see how this movie does.

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 02:19 PM
To the OP:

Urm just a friendly note, What you are posting is Illegal (its the law in most countries)

edit by spiderj for t&c circumvention.

[edit on 11/11/2008 by Spiderj]

Circumvention: Escape according to a dictornary,

I dont see how, it is has anything to do with the T&c's
I post the truth.

[edit on 11-11-2008 by monkeybus]

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 02:24 PM
Well, apple won't let me watch the trailer on linux so I'm not sure why its illegal. Unless its the Rick Simpson story. Natural cures abound.

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 02:27 PM
I recently went on a 4 day water fast. In my research many claimed that water fasting helps cure cancer because when you go on a water fast (drinking water only) the body is able to focus on healing itself, eating the toxins, dead tissues and fat cells, instead of focusing all of its energy on digesting like it usually does.

I certainly felt great after my water fast. It's also been known to cure diabetes and a great way to cure obesity.

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 02:37 PM
Not off-topic I hope, but I want to share this: I had THREE, count them, 3 different doctors (all inthe same medical group/bldg: family doc, radiologist, and a lung specialist), tell me I had lung cancer a year ago, and that it was in a very dangerous place to remove. However the lung specialist (I have a hard time typing specialist for this guy) told me "they" had decided to try to go in below my neck, as he was making a cutting motion on himself. That is when I said "don't call me, I'll call you" and called Cancer Treatment Centers of America. I sent all my records out there, showed up for my appointment and the lung specialist there just sorta laughed and said "you don't have lung cancer, what they are calling cancer is a mass of blood vessels that every human being on the planet has" --- he told me they had used outdated innaccurate equipment. So you see, those cheesy ads you see on television about them are true. I do believe that they employ some of the top doctors in the country, but beyond that, they have the most state-of-the-art equipment available to find out what, if anything, is really going on. And believe me, they used every one of them just to "be on the safe side" -- I should have walked after what he told me, instead of letting myself and my insurance company be further bilked.

Those ads that CTA lead you to believe they saved someone's life, like that recent one with the lady that supposedly had pancreatic cancer, and she says the CTA docs tell her "we still can't see the cancer" well, I would bet she never had cancer, and they are using a play on words to make it sound like she had cancer and they saved her. What they save most people from, imo, is false diagnosis. They approached me to see if I would be interested in them using my story as a testimony I said no thanks. They made enough money off me already. But I strongly advise anyone to get a second, even a third opinion if you are diagnosed with cancer.

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 03:35 PM

Originally posted by monkeybus
To the OP:

Urm just a friendly note, What you are posting is Illegal (its the law in most countries)

edit by spiderj for t&c circumvention.

[edit on 11/11/2008 by Spiderj]

I actually almost had a heart attack when I read that, my head is not screwed on properly tonight

What a terrible, terrible person I am

[edit on 11-11-2008 by dodgygeeza]

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 03:40 PM
Lol, dont worry, its not your material, and you are not selling anything

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 03:46 PM

Originally posted by mystiq
Well, apple won't let me watch the trailer on linux so I'm not sure why its illegal. Unless its the Rick Simpson story. Natural cures abound.

The youtube video below the apple link is the same trailer. I figured some would have problems with Apples flawless software

reply to post by Bombeni

This certainly puts a different perspective on the whole thing. Thanks for posting that Bombeni. You are probably right and probably never had cancer, she was just never told that.

Profit is profit

[edit on 11-11-2008 by dodgygeeza]

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 03:50 PM
sorry double post

[edit on 11-11-2008 by dodgygeeza]

posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 04:44 PM
I didn't find that recent ad, but look at the below video/testimony of a patient from Cancer Treatment Center of America ---- do you hear her say even ONE word about any TREATMENT? Listen to the play on words, how she gets around any actual treatment testimony. It is because she found out when she got there she never had cancer from the first place, but they play on the words and get her to do this video, as though they saved her life. I'm telling you, the medical industry is the biggest con racket in the world, I don't trust ANY of them. I had a doc who retired 10 years ago that was honest AND capable, but I haven't found one since. Question everything, they are killing people everyday with overprescribing medicines, unnecessary treatments, etc etc etc.

posted on Nov, 12 2008 @ 03:51 AM
She sounds... simple. That is probably why she did the advert in the first place. Singing?
I cringed at the "sounds coming out of my body"

There is no reason to believe she even had the cancer and was just staying at an overblown holiday/feel good camp.

Sorry if I sound like an A.H but that's what I get out of that advert. What a complete con.

Thanks for posting it

posted on Aug, 22 2014 @ 12:07 AM
I am truly surprised this subject hasn't garnered more attention.

Is there anyone who disputes the beautiful truth? And all that is presented within?

This is huge! It's been like seven years! Is ATS truly interested in denying ignorance? I have never questioned this until now.

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