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Jeffery: Chemo-free testicular cancer survivor
since 2009

Williams first family photo

Jeffrey with his wife, newborn triplets, and cancer in 2009.

My name is Jeffrey Williams and I had stage 3 testicular cancer. I was diagnosed Feb 25th 2009. I had my first surgery to have the cancerous testicle removed on the next day. I went to the local cancer hospital (Roswell Park) on March 3rd to confirm I was cancer free. That day I was told I had a second tumor that was roughly 7 inches by 4 inches in my abdomen. I was given 2-6 months to live. My wife was pregnant with our triplets at this time and the Dr.’s kept telling me that I was never going to see my babies be born.
I was officially cancer free April 20th 2010.

Describe your experience with conventional doctors and treatments:
My experience with conventional doctors is very eye opening. I decided immediately to not do chemo and to fight this cancer naturally. This decision was hit immediately with strong opposition from the Dr.’s. They were pressuring me to do chemo that day. They started to raise their voices and were almost yelling at me. They scheduled me to talk to another team of Dr.’s that day. I met with an oncologist and they immediately started to lecture my wife and I about how stupid our decision was. They got really mad when I explained that I am going to die with chemo or without it and I wanted to refuse chemo.

This conversation started a chain reaction. My wife and I started to receive phone calls at all times of the day and night telling us that I was going to die and chemo was my only chance of living longer. They called my wife and told her that she will be raising our triplets alone because I was killing myself.

When I was first diagnosed with the second tumor, I asked the Dr. “How do you know this is cancer with out a biopsy?” He said, “If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it is a duck”. Is this how everyone get diagnosed or is it just me?

I was going in once a month to get CT scans to check on my progress. The Dr.’s started lying about my test results (they did not want me to know the tumor started to shrink). Once I called them out on the lying they decided to withhold my test results. (This took a phone call to the hospital administration to get resolved).

On October 31st 2009 I went in for a CT scan and an hour later I received a phone call from a new doctor who was covering for my Dr. who was out sick. She told me that the previous Dr.’s I talked to were wrong and I did not have cancer. 30 min later she calls again saying she made a mistake and I am once again dying of cancer. About 45 min after the second call I received a third call saying they have no idea what the mass is.

In November I talked to a surgeon about removing rest of the tumor. He got angry when I asked him questions (he said something that contradicted himself). He then told me he did not care if I lived or died on his operating table. After I picked my jaw back up off the floor I left. A few weeks later I received a certified letter in the mail that said that I was going to die from cancer because I refused to do chemo.

In December 2009  I saw a naturopath Dr. who said the plan I was using was fantastic. She had me incorporate fish in my diet so I could gain some weight back. (at that point I was 170lbs I started at 235lbs.) She also confirmed what I had been asking Dr’s from the beginning was if I can get my tumor biopsied. At this point all of the Dr’s I saw refused to biopsy my tumor. I started to go through the phone book and try to find a doctor who would biopsy me. I only found one Dr.

The results were that my tumor was 100% dead cancer cells. I also found a surgeon who was willing to remove my tumor. On April 20th 2010 I had a 9.5 hr. surgery to remove the tumor  at Cleveland Clinic.  I received 4 inches of incision from my first surgery in 2009 and 26 inches of incisions on my second surgery on April 20th 2010. I have had a cat scan once a year since April 20th and I have had no problems.

 

What alternative therapies did you do and which ones helped you the most?
I started off doing the Hallelujah Acres Diet, with Angstrom ionic liquid cesium and potassium, Solaray Tumeric and Essiac Tea. I added everything that I could afford that fought cancer naturally. I started jogging and lifting weights. I made sure I ate large quantities of raw broccoli, spinach, garlic and carrots. I was losing so much weight. I added wild caught fish into my diet when I started to get too thin.

What books, products, and supplements do you recommend?

I recommend to anyone that you though everything you can at cancer, attack it on every front. Cut off its food supply (sugar), take away its ideal environment (acidic blood and get plenty of exercise outside in the sun). I recommend the web site www.hacres.com this helped me get a diet plan started and it got me on the right track. I also recommend Essiac Tea. When you are fighting cancer you need to continually clean out your liver. I also recommend talking to a naturopathic Dr. I did not see mine for 9 months into my cancer battle.

Williams Family Christmas 2012

2012 Williams family photo

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  1. Mike McKenna says:

    Thanks for sharing. If/when my time for cancer comes, I have become pretty certain I won’t be doing conventional treatments unless they can prove to me that the benefits outweigh the risks, ya know?

  2. bombshell says:

    Wonderful success story! Very encouraging!

  3. bombshell says:

    This is off topic but how did you manage with carrying the triplets?

    • Bridget Williams says:

      Do you mean how long? I delivered at 34 weeks, 5 days. They were very healthy and breathed room air right away. They are 3 1/2 now :)

  4. Joe Flateau says:

    That’s a terrible story. Can’t believe that many Dr.s refused to treat and lied to you. I’m very happy for you and your family that you were able to beat it!

  5. Pattie says:

    Amazing. This is such an amazing story in both good and bad ways. Amazing and wonderful recovery (but not surprising to me!), and amazing and horrible treatment from the doctors (not surprising either unfortunately). Your life and story are a wonderful testimony, and I hope your story opens many people’s eyes, and saves some lives. God bless!

  6. Peggy says:

    I’m so happy for you, and appreciate you sharing your story.

    We are just getting started with natural treatments for my husband, he was diagnosed with liver CA as a result of many years of chronic hepatitis that caused cirrhosis.

    If we get 1/2 the harrassment from the medical establishment that you did, I will be pressing charges. That’s the most horrible thing I ever heard of.

    • sharon demedeiros says:

      Getting your successful story out there is helping the dam to burst. Soon, they will not be able to discount the truth about natural treatments or hide the terrible truth about conventional cancer treatments. Please, for all who are suffering with cancer, please look up Rick Simpson- Phoenix Tears. Thousands of testimonials are pouring in, and published studies available.

  7. Dana says:

    Thank you for sharing your story. The more people share stories like this the more people become aware to the truth about cancer.

  8. Jeffrey says:

    What hospital or hospitals did you receive such poor treatment from, and if possible what are names of the doctors involved so we can all steer clear of this behavior? Did you ever consider filing a malpractice suit against them?

    • Bridget Williams says:

      Rosewell Park, various Dr’s. Honestly I would steer clear of the whole institute. And no, we are not filing anything. We did look up the laws and they did nothing illegal. Immoral yes, but not illegal.

      • Peggy says:

        I would probably want to go after them, but on the other hand, who needs that kind of stress. Enjoy life. God will take care of them – for those who believe in Scripture, we reap what we sow and I wouldn’t want to be in their shoes.

        I’m still very horrified at the behavior of the medical profession in this case.

  9. Kristy says:

    Congrats on being cancer free and the babies! I too had some of the same battles one of my docs will not even talk to me anymore and they are a research hosptial for my very rare cancer. Because I stopped Chemo due to side affects and decied to treat natural.Even though they agreed I had to stop chemo they wanted me to do mantiance for 2 yrs. ( that is when you chemo wks they have you do chemo every 2 months as a upkeep) WHY would I do that if it didn’t wk!! They got very defensive and tried to tell me this would make it better! Really I was getting neuropathy which messes with your brain and creates nerve damage, among other side affects So sad they act so childish!
    I didn’t want to start the chemo in the 1st place but didn’t have time to research alt care.
    Best of luck will keep you in my prayers!

  10. John Tod says:

    I have a real dislike for oncologists, chemotherapy, radiation and the “Cancer Industry” in general. This is just one more case to prove my point.

  11. Jeffrey says:

    Thank you so very very much for sharing this story and your testimony. Letting someone share their own account, as opposed to someone else telling it really is wonderful. It takes courage to share, and to be solid about knowing you’re right. God bless you and your family, this really touched heart and will help so many people. :)

  12. Jeffrey says:

    Thank you so very very much for sharing this story and your testimony. Letting someone share their own account, as opposed to someone else telling it really is wonderful. It takes courage to share, and to be solid about knowing you’re right. God bless you and your family, this really touched heart and will help so many people.

  13. viola Wyderka says:

    I just wanted to cry when doctors were pressuring you to do chemo or die. You see I reversed my tumor growth by a whole food plant base lifesytle, no chem, radiation or drugs.I had stage IV breast cancer. I stopped eating all the foods that cause cancer and started to eat all the foods that reduced cancer growth, broccoli is one that I eat everyday! God bless you Jeffery for taking your health in your own hands and not the big business medicine group.

    • Joe says:

      Viola, How long have you been NED? were you diagnosed as Stage IV the first time you knew about your cancer or was this a recurrance?

  14. Thank you for sharing such an inspirational story Jeffrey, and being a powerful example that Cancer can be beat by taking a more natural and non -conventional approach. Congratulations to you both on your triplets!

  15. John Strangis says:

    This form of abuse is not only done on cancer patients. This is happening with hiv as well. Just read this article to understand what happened to me. http://truthbarrier.com/2013/03/18/for-profit-hiv-forum-abuses-threatens-and-bans-hiv-positive-man-who-posts-naturopath-protocol/

  16. Rob Collett says:

    Thanks Jeffery and Bridget. I’m 13 months in on my path = Stage III lung. I experienced a similar ‘cancer team’ tag team situation…passed from one to another ‘doctor'( I read ‘salesmen’) omly in my case they just stopped calling after a few months. I did much the same as you did on the lifestyle change thing. Planted my first ever 120X45 foot vegetable garden – gathered and prepared salads every day…dropped entirely white refined sugar (I still have 1 coffee in the morning with Coconut sugar from bulk food stores) – no red meat or pork( I rotate 5 days fish and 2 days organic chicken from a farm close by)
    ESSIAC was my first line of defense ( because it was the only thing I had directly see work – added B-17 Bitter Almonds ( from ‘Our Father’s Farm’ outside Toronto) Dr. Johanna Budwig Flax Oil protocol added daily in 3 month cycles (with time off for good behavior) – sunshine and exercise via walking, Vitamin D oil, 90% reduce breads and no refined white flour, Lots of water daily and Earl Grey tea. Only very limited wine or beer occasionally. That’s been my personal plan.
    I was ‘bludgeoned’ with the threats and the apparent anger- as you attested to…given max 6 months and my wife was made to be terrified by those ‘so called Professional’ doctors. My lung improved..both actually, coughing stopped, pain I felt (pain which they said was impossible to feel in lung) went away. I maintained my weight for six months. Still a smoker trying to stop -I finally succeeded in January tried everything available for that – finally found electronic vaporizer substitute. That worked (after 46 years no success) – I lost 20 pounds from 184 down to 174 – then my weight settled at that level. ( I have been told that the body can ‘mourn’ for what it’s been used to for so long, addicted,and one can lose weight because of that until the body accepts the situation and begins to normalize. I must add finally that ‘faith’ seems, to me, to be paramount. This site helps with that enormously. Kudos to Chris for doing this. It means so much in real life support..to so many, who love life.

    • Colleen says:

      Rob & Jeffery,

      You both took Essiac Tea. Would you please let us know what your doses were?

      And Rob, did you ever take apricot seeds for B-17?

      Thank you!

  17. Cherie U. says:

    Your story is just what I needed to read this morning….I’ve been fighting stage 4 breast cancer since 2006, back in September 2012 I was hospitalized for a week in isolation due to having chemo toxicity, my white blood count was .5, the doctors told me if I wouldn’t have gone to the ER when I did I wouldn’t be here today because my body would have shut down. Since then I have changed doctors and haven’t been on any chemo for 6 months! I feel great!! But yesterday was told that I need to go on something within the next month because the spots on my lungs had gotten larger. I’m considering a low dose oral chemo so that my quality of life isn’t interrupted.

    Because of your story and everything I’ve been reading lately I am definitely getting in touch with a naturopathic doctor within the next week so that I can see what he/she recommends.

    I wish you and your family the best!!!

  18. Susan says:

    Thank you for sharing..the doctors do not like when people argue with them..I learned that also ..also got the registered letter..

  19. Pam says:

    Thanks for sharing. I am now treating stage 3 colon cancer for the second time. I did chemo and surgery the first time and it came back 3 years later. My doctors wanted to do the same treatment again! Insanity. When I walked away from them, I got the same abuse that you did. They told me they would come to my funeral. Not until I threatened them with a lawsuit did the harassing phone calls stop. I am one year into my raw vegan protocal and am healthier than I have ever been. God bless you! I will never fear cancer again. The conventional treatment is worse than the disease.

  20. Linda says:

    Way to go Jeffrey ! Such a great story. I’m proud of you for having the courage to stand up to the establishment. it takes guts. God Bless you, your wife and the babies !

  21. Svetlana says:

    I rejoyce with you on your recovery!!! Your story makes me sad and agry at the same time. I’m a registered nurse, and the first thing they teach in the nursing school is PATIENT HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TREATMENT. The most legal right you can think of. This is what medical profession should have done in your case: explain risks and benefits and leave the decision up to the patient. God bless.

  22. Candy says:

    Hi Jeffrey! I am so happy for you! Thanks for sharing your great story. My husband has cancer that originated in his tonsil and tongue and has since metastisized to his lung. The doctors say it is incurable. For the past 2 months I have been frantically searching for a solution. We are juicing carrots, following a diet close to the same as the Hallelujah, he is drinking barley grass juice, and faithfully taking Essiac Tea. I want to knkow your success with Essiac Tea, and also the Tumeric capsules, we have not tried that. My husband has had 2 chemo treatments out of the 6 recommended. I look for the day he can stop, didn’t really want him to start, but we didn’t know what else to do. Any help or suggestions are appreciated.
    Congratulations on such a beautiful family!

    • Peggy says:

      Hi Candy,

      My husband was diagnosed with liver cancer due to chronic hepatitus. They say he has a huge mass, 10x11x10cm, although he feels fine and has no symptoms whatsoever. He quit smoking and it walking 15-20 miles a week.

      The doctors tried to treat his chronic hepatitis twice with chemo drugs. The first time I think he would have killed himself if he could have gotten out of bed. The second time they created a cocktail that ruined his teeth. Then they discovered he had a geotype of the hepatitis c virus that does not respond to treatment. So all that suffering was for nothing.

      I found a product called Zija that is pure nutrition. My husband is drinking it mixed with ionic silver water (there are a myriad of these machines on the market but I had a scientist advise me to get the one invented by Fred Paschel – it was created for NASA to keep gamma radiation out of the water during the Apollo mission). I was told this silver water will kill the hep c virus in 3-4 months, we’ll see….

      Then there’s the diet aspect. His CA is in the liver, so there’s LOTS of oranges and other fruits with vitamin C; it’s hard on liver to process red meat, so we only have wild caught deep sea fish a couple of times a week. Loads of fresh vegetables, I’m learning to juice some of them. I’ve heard keeping the body in an alkaline state with raw veggies is wonderful, but my husband has dentures and has a hard time eating raw, hence the juicing.

      Also something called Wobenzym that I’d never heard of, and Raspberry Meeker, never heard of that one before either.

      I notice a lot of people here have success with the Essiac Tea and Tumeric, we haven’t tried that.

      I think it’s like anything else – you have to find what works for you. We’re trying everything we can afford and have just about reached our limit. It’s still less than three doctor visits though, not to mention tests and treatments and then more tests.

      I hope your husband does well. I’ve found this is a wonderful place for support.

  23. barb says:

    Wonderful story. And it is great that you made the decision not to go thru the chemo, which may have killed you sooner than any cancer. I wonder why the medicals were so bent on those drugs when they know FULL well THEY.DON’T.WORK to cure cancer.

    Beautiful family, too!!

  24. Peggy says:

    I had chemo for breast ca and survived (also complete mastectomy, which may have been enough). But I didn’t know of any other options.

    My husband has been diagnosed with liver ca from chronic hepatitis and wants to do alternative therapies. The hospital is very irritated with him, although I’ve only heard from them once so far as his decision is recent, so their liason person has only called once.

    What I wanted to know is, were any of you ever really afraid? Did you second guess yourselves and wonder if you were making the wrong decision? This is the first time I have ever been part of someone’s decision to step away from conventional medicine and I have to admit that I get extremely nervous about it. Could it be that their treatment would have worked? And we blew it by making the wrong decision?

    I realize this is a very personal question, but this is one of the days I’m very worried and I thought someone might be open to sharing their experience if they had these feelings.

    Thank you :)

    • Jenni says:

      Hi Peggy,
      I’ve got stage IV breast cancer, a wonderful hubby and two little girls, 6 and 9. I’m 43. We did one round of chemo wherein my tumor not only did not shrink, but it also metastisized. After the bilateral mastectomy, I opted not to do more chemo or radiation. It was a hard decision in a way because to make it, we had to go against the grain, to swim upstream, in the complete opposite direction than our families wanted us to go, than what the doctors were telling us. But in many ways it was also an easy decision because it is so intuitive. It just doesn’t make sense to pollute myself with more toxins, more poisons, when what I really needed to do was to take better care of myself.

      So, to answer your question, once we decided, we have never looked back. I am not afraid and I know that even if I do die from this, I will have left my girls a legacy of sound thinking and good judgement as well as healthy eating. My 9yo asked for Brussels sprouts for her birthday dinner last week! Unthinkable only 6 months ago, but I know they truly “get it”. Simply “you are what you eat”.

      Our faith has been an incedible gift to allay fears and doubts. We get a word each day to tell us we are on the right path. I pray you will also find this peace regarding your choice, Peggy. The body is an amazing creation, designed to heal itself if we let it.

      Keep us posted on your husband’s progress, would you? And let him know I will add him to my prayers.

      • Peggy says:

        Thank you Jenni,

        Thank you so much for praying for Mike. That means a lot.

        Your experience is exactly what my scientist friend/acquaintance said could happen, the chemo could actually blast a tumor and spread it.

        My husband is perfectly at peace with his decision, while I lie awake (like now) wondering what we will do if this doesn’t work, will there be a doctor left who will see him. I don’t know how we’ll go about getting anyone to do a blood test to see if there’s improvement, etc.

        Currently he feels wonderful, is working 12 hour days (he’s 57), and is looking forward to the birth of his first grandchild in October. No one would ever dream he has this diagnosis from looking at him because he has no symptoms whatsoever.

        I think I need to have more faith in God’s will for us; every step we’ve made along this journey seems to have been guided by Him. I’ll try to remember that.

        • Peggy says:

          I had to come back to thank you again Jenni.

          I feel so much better, not quite so much “alone”. I didn’t want to express any fears to Mike since his spirits and attitude are wonderful, and he keeps saying “I’ll be all right.”

          There didn’t seem to be quite so much cancer when I was younger (I’m 56); but I’ve noticed a drastic increase over the past 20-30 years, about the same time that our food quality changed for the worse – fast foods, junk foods, non-nutritional cheap foods that people buy in an effort to save money. And of course now we’ve got the genetically modified food issue to deal with. No wonder people are getting sick. We have to educate ourselves on the whole topic of nutrition because I know that most doctors don’t know anything about it.

          You’ll be in my prayers too – those brussel sprouts and broccoli (I’ve heard) are vital. That’s one problem I’ll have with Mike. He doesn’t like them at all. I have to figure out a way to juice them and then disguise what they are.

          Be sure to stay in touch.

          • Tim says:

            Peggy,

            You don’t need a doctor to check to see if the cancer is gone.

            http://www.reddrop.com/

            200 bucks and you’ll get a kit. You go to a clinic and get the blood drawn and send it back to them. They’ll check it for you.

  25. Paul says:

    Well done and congratulations on your lovely family. I hope many others will gain faith in standing up to those arrogant murderers with their chemo, radiation, vaccines and killer drugs. May God continue to bless you all.

  26. Sandra says:

    Congratulations Jeffrey on fighting Cancer and winning the natural way. I have Ovarian Cancer and the Doctors in England are no better. I was bullied into having six rounds of chemo, because they told me I had no other option and that I had to do this for my children. If I had my time again I wouldn’t have Chemo. It was crippling to go through and made no difference to the Cancer, as my levels just rose back to where they started. My Cancer is inoperable,as my tumours are calcified and metatised to my abdominal wall, so the alternative route is my only option now, as I don’t ever want to have Chemo again. Like you, Im throwing everything I can at it and people are saying how much better I look and my symptoms have virtually disappeared. I followed the Gerson protocol for a while and my CA125 levels came down by 34 points , which was more than they achieved with Chemo. I have changed my diet drastically and juice 5 times a day . Essiac Tea and Tumeric are two of the things I use too,along with many other supplements and Chinese Herbal medicine. Its a long road, but with determination and faith I know I will get there. Im so pleased that you have managed to make it through such an incredible nightmare,without the help of those ridiculous Doctors. Thank you for sharing your story. People like you and Chris, give us a great deal of inspiration that there is a way out of this. Thank you again. Good luck to all your family.x

  27. Sandra says:

    P.S I think the tumours are shrinking, but they are refusing to give me a scan, saying that they only going to give me a scan if my levels go up. In other words they are only expecting me to get worse!

  28. Terry says:

    Fear is the only way they could possibly sell Chemo, Radiation, and surgery.

    If people had time to think about any alternatives MOST would go do something less dangerous, and invasive.

  29. Chaya says:

    The reactions of the oncologists described here are utterly amazing, as well as the fact that there are still no alternative anti-cancer protocols available in mainstream hospitals. One would think that once the patient had chosen to avoid standard treatment procedures that hospitals would want to continue making money off these patients by offering the best of the alternative treatments as well. Losing a chemo patient should not represent a loss of revenue to the more enterprising hospitals. They should offer the best of the naturapathic treatments in addition to ordinary treatments. Money is money, no? Once more patients begin to leave the system, then hospitals will see that alternative treatments are profitable. Let the pharmaceutical companies sue all they want…

  30. Pat says:

    Chaya – Don’t be surprised that hospitals aren’t into alternative care for a money-maker like cancer treatment. They are pushing a position about their lucrative treatments. Offering alternative therapy (which many would opt for) could erode that profit stream. Not to mention that it also could induce many to question the value of traditional treatments. The small profit from alternative therapy might not offset the loss.

    • Bridget Williams says:

      There really is not a lot of money to be made off of garlic, tumeric, herbal tea, and lots of fruits and vegetables. Chemo will always be much more profitable.

  31. Doug says:

    Looks like you were met with the “Go away and die” protocol……

    Thanks for sharing and giving hope, strength and answers to others fighting for their lives.

  32. Laurie says:

    You have not talked about blood tests. Testicular cancer elevates Alpha Feta Proteins in the blood and is a clear indication of cancer without biopsy amongst other blood markers. Please explain what your blood work indicated.

  33. Ronald King says:

    Jeffrey,

    What lead you to do the protocol that you did? I am also dealing with testicular cancer and I am in dire need to find the right protocol of foods and supplements to follow. Right now I am stage t2 and I recently found out that the cancer spread to my abdomen but not yet to my lymph nodes.

  34. I was so devastated and ashamed I wanted to kill myself..

  35. Philip says:

    Hi Jeffery,
    God bless you and family. It is truly a wonderful and brave decision and the way you fought against cancer. Also a wonderful family God has given you.

    I’ve almost the similar case to what Ronald King(commented above almost 2months back) is facing. Even I’m diagnosed with T.C and in stage2 with 30percent nonseminomatous and 70 percent seminomatus germ cell tumor. In my PET scan report it says ‘Hypermetabolic aortocaval lymph nodes are concerning for metasis and rest of my body is free’.
    I completed my one cycle of chemo which is 5days continous chemo each session last of 6-7hours and on the 7th day again went to take a drug called Bliomicin, and later I started getting very bad gum swelling(also I had a tooth filling and gum scaling done just 2 days before the chemo suggested by dentist) and pain followed by fever and was admitted in hospital for(vomiting never has stopped) 4days with antibiotics via I.V which was very painful. but yes the infection did subside now.
    My second chemo cycle will start on this Saturday. Also I need 3 cycles which means almost 15chemos in 3 months time, before the next scanning can be done. Can you please or anyone please suggest or advise me a proper healthy diet for this stage of cancer and the chemo procedures followed in your places .
    Also Jeffery sorry but not sure if I understood things incorrectly so just want clarify it for myself , after you were diagnosed with stage3 T. C in feb 2009 and when you went on March 3rd you were told that you were free from testicle cancer (T. C). But they told u that u had a tumor in your abdomen. So no traces of any metasis was found from stage3 T. C you had? The tumor in your abdomen was not related to your testicle cancer, right?

  36. Robert says:

    Listen to Jeffery’s interview on Extreme Health Radio. It is great. My second cousin, age 22, was treated with Chemo at Roswell Park in late 1994. The cancer returned with a vengeance, and she died a little over a year later. The chemo destroyed her immune system.

    • Bridget says:

      I’m so sorry to hear that Robert :( A very similar scenario happened to 2 friends of ours right before Jeff was diagnosed. Having seen them go through chemo helped strengthen Jeff’s decision to refuse. We spread the word about alternative cancer treatments whenever we get the chance. More people need to know that there are other options.

  37. kelly says:

    Jeffrey,
    Can you give me a name of the naturopath? We go to Roswell now and live in Rochester NY. Our dr. said not to use any herbs or supplements because they don’t know what effect it will have on the oral chemo he is taking. 4 years of hell and I need him well!

    • Bridget says:

      http://naturalhealthchoices.org/bio.shtml He saw both Dr’s at this practice.

      • Tan says:

        Bridget, do you know Jeffery? There is no reply to the valid questions asked by Laurie, Ronald& Philip. Also the second tumor that was found in Jeff’s abdomen, what exactly was it?
        I’m really happy for Jeff and his family , if he has been cured by natural treatment.Please, I’m not for any arguement here. But remember, there are millions of people,who are really in terrible pain and depression because of cancer and searching for alternate ways for treatment in great ‘HOPE’.Even I’m one among them,So please do not give any wrong or misguiding info. I would say, please have the test results of Jeff,uploaded in this website or any other, including his Blood test markers,Ultra sounds, CT scan or PET scans,biopsy results (only need the important remarks in the results) from the time diagonsed , till Jeff was declared cancer free, along with the conventional Doctors comments. It would be really a great help for others and many blessings from millions will be there with you , Jeff…

  38. aswin says:

    Inspiring story….if cancer strikes me(i pray that it dosent happen),i will follow ur approach,even if am going to die of cancer i will not go for chemo


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