GEORGE, INOPERABLE BRAIN CANCER.
You may know George as case #35 in Dr. Gersonís book, A Cancer Therapy: Results of 50 Cases.
Georgeís case was presented by Dr. Gerson to U.S. Senate Committee in 1946.
George was in the U.S. Army. In 1944, he had an ulcer biopsied, and was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma.
He underwent surgery to remove a right mastoid cancer, but he suffered a recurrence in April of 1945.
He was discharged from the hospital and given no treatment, as the doctors determined there was nothing more they could do for him.
He was carried into Dr. Gersonís clinic, crying with severe pain. His left eye was swollen shut and his right eye barely able to open.
In October, 1945, his X-rays showed a fist-sized tumor at the base of his skull, growing into the brain.
After four weeks on the Gerson Therapy, the tumor was nearly gone. George made a complete recovery, and remained cancer-free for 49 years.
George passed away from a heart attack in 1994.
DORA, LARGE PITUITARY CANCER IN BRAIN.
Dora was case #1 in Dr. Gersonís book, A Cancer Therapy: Results of 50 Cases. In 1942, Dora experienced dizziness, weakness, irritability,
depression, and even fell unconscious. At the hospital, tests revealed adenoma. She was blind in her right eye, and the left optic nerve was partly destroyed.
Dora was brought to Dr. Gerson in an ambulance in March, 1944, completely unconscious.
Dora remained unconscious during first week of treatment. After two months on the Gerson Therapy,
Dora was able to do housework, and her eyesight improved. She went on to a career in secretarial work, without problems.
Two CAT scans in 1980 showed that her brain, bones and pituitary were clear of cancer.
She remained free of cancer for 50 years, and died at age 92 of heart failure.