Re Post: Dr. Max Gerson … A cure that cost his life.

A question I often ask myself is “could it be possible that a natural cure for cancer would be suppressed because it offered no financial gain for several big pharma and private medical entities?” “Could greed be more powerful than respect for human life?”

I think history has taught us that, in fact, greed and power can combat all moral obligations and result in mass genocide, war, starvation and more.  Could the same be true for the medical industries in the U.S.?  Are real cures and natural treatments for cancer being suppressed because they can’t be patented and profitable?

I know I’m not the only one that has wondered about this as more and more light is shed upon the powerful healing properties of organic fruits, vegetables, and superfoods.  Especially when the western medical community still refuses to even entertain the idea that diseases like cancer can be completely cured with diet instead of treated with dangerous drugs and surgery.

Instead of a war against cancer there seems to be a war against the un-patentable cure for cancer & chronic diseases.  I know my point of view seems nothing less than incriminating towards an industry that has many positive attributes, however there seems to be a elephant in the room that this same industry wants to ignore.

Instead of a war against cancer there seems to be a war against the un-patentable cure for cancer & chronic diseases.

That elephant is a plant based approach to cure cancer & other chronic diseases WITHOUT the need to keep individuals on daily medications for the rest of their lives.  Medications that in the U.S. & reported by JAMA result in 106,000 verified deaths per year.  That’s the number based on proven properly prescribed and taken medications.  That’s not including overdoses, abuse, medication errors etc.

Please click here to be directed to Health Nut News and read the rest of this fantastic article that covers the life and legacy of one of the greatest physicians of all time, Max Gerson.

2 thoughts on “Re Post: Dr. Max Gerson … A cure that cost his life.

  1. Hello – Your link to “click here” in your post is not working – I’m interested in reading the whole story. Thank you, Wanda

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