We now live in a time when society can embrace natural methods of curing diseases. But it wasn’t always this way. In fact, in the 1970’s, 1980’s and throughout the 1990’s, people were just not ready to give new medical science a chance to prove the significant aid that natural elements could provide in cancer patients.
The Gonzalez Therapy History
This revolutionary therapy idea emerged in 1906 when Dr. John Beard discovered that the body had its own defense in the forms of enzymes. In 1911 he published an article entitled the Enzyme Therapy of Cancer. However, after his death his idea and research had died with him and no more was done to study this therapy again until 1981.
“I began researching the use of oral pancreatic proteolytic enzyme therapy as a treatment for cancer after completion of my second year at Cornell University Medical College in 1981. Eventually, what began as a student project developed into a two-year formal research effort which I pursued during my formal immunology training,” Dr. Gonzalez recalled.
After Dr. Gonzalez got involved he began talking with a dentist by the name of Dr. Kelley. He was able to study Kelley’s patient’s records and his unusual methods of treatment in order to gain critical knowledge that would set the stage for ground breaking results.
The studies showed that this enzyme was responsible for substantially shrinking tumor growth thus allowing patients that had no chance of survival to live longer and healthier.
From the beginning of this specific research, although many at first couldn’t possibly believe that any hope could lie in all natural or dietary measures, the studies got a lot of attention. The following are publications that published research and findings on the successes of the Gonzalez Therapy:
Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine (Winter 2007)
2004 Pancreatic Cancer Animal Study
1999 Pancreatic Cancer Pilot Study
1993 Best Case Series
Discoveries in Medicine (Fall 1990)
What is Involved With The Gonzalez Therapy?
“The therapy itself is quite complex, but basically involves three components: diet, aggressive supplementation with nutrients and enzymes, and detoxification. The protocols are individualized and each patient receives a diet designed for his or her specific needs. The diets are quite variable, ranging from a pure vegetarian program to a diet requiring fatty red meat 2-3 times a day,” Dr. Gonzalez explains.
So, depending on the type or stage of cancer and the individual’s nutritional needs a therapy treatment can be accomplished. The Gonzalez Therapy deals with certain food concentrates, key vitamins, detoxifying methods, and of course the proteolytic enzymes that help fight the cancer. The Gonzalez Therapy has had a profound impact on cancer patients and the research studies provide proof.
-Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine in the March/April 2007 issue
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