I am so sorry to hear of your diagnosis, and I have sent you good thoughts and positive energy.
I urge you though to please investigate alternative treatments. I can speak from a recent and really traumatic experience.
I had a very very dear friend who was diagnosed with oesophageal and stomach cancer a couple of months ago. The cancer was so severe that he had
difficulty even swallowing his own spittle.
The doctor prescribed an aggressive invasive cutting procedure as well as chemotherapy. He did not at one point ask my friend about his diet and
lifestyle factors. I knew that my friend had been consuming massive amounts of sugar all his life - about 8 cups of coffee per day loaded with 5
teaspoons of sugar per cup, a 2liter coke per day and topped off with a big slab of chocolate and an ice-cream or two. I mean - it was pretty
I asked him to hold off making an immediate decision on his surgery, and gave him my Gerson book to read. I also downloaded stacks of Gerson-related
docus off the web (including The Beautiful Truth). He made fresh and raw juice and sipped all day as he could (with difficulty, because his oesophagus
was in a manner of speaking completely shut closed due to the cancer growths. He did the caffeine enemas (yikes
). He also started on a course of
After a couple of weeks of following this regime, he looked glowing and wonderful, was putting on some weight, and was eating 3 bowls of soup every
night! The fact that he could eat soup without gagging or having difficulty with swallowing was incredible and a testament to his improving health!
However, his medical aid told him that he had a final chance to undergo surgery, as an oesophageal stent had to be inserted prior to chemo - and if he
had to refuse this opportunity he would not have another. It was with great reluctance that he climbed into his car that morning and went for a
(relatively uncomplicated) procedure to have the stent inserted.
Long story short - the stent did not seal - the doctors ruptured the tumour during the operation - they then lost the stent during a later operation -
had to then keep him semi-tranquilized for the pain - had to cut out half his stomach - the tumour then metastasised at an alarming rate and spread to
his whole body. He did not come home after going in for that initial operation, and passed away two weeks ago.
Some of his last words to me were "I greatly regret coming to this hospital. I know within every cell of my body that I would have been perfectly
well had I continued with my alternative regime at home. My greatest mistake in my entire life was to let the doctors have absolute control over my
I still have nightmares over his agonizing passing in hospital. And after walking this road with him over the course of months, I can only urge you to
explore all your avenues. The planet has provided us with EVERYTHING we need to flourish in every sense of the word. The Gerson therapy really did do
miracles for my friend.
Good luck - and all the best wishes!