Case Study #117
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PET Scan Documents Stage III Melanoma Reversal
Eliot flew up from Florida despite the admonitions of his daughter‑in‑law, who is a highly trained pediatric nurse, and his son. Getting a diagnosis of stage three melanoma is like getting a death sentence.
After diagnosing the underlying "splinters," Eliot was placed on specific food‑based supplements to detox his liver and address the causative factors. In addition, he was advised to purchase a home ozone unit and treat himself for 20 minute a day. Of importance, Eliot was taking krill oil on a daily basis. Unfortunately, most people and physicians are not aware that ALL fish oils are rancid at room temperature. Ingesting rancid oils on a daily basis corrupts the cell membranes, lowers the oxygen intake and decreases energy production in the mitochondria within the cell. The result is congestive heart failure and cancer.
The following letter says it all.
Dear Dr Smith:
Surely God blessed me when I decided to place myself under your care. Let me explain. After foolishly neglecting a dark red blister on my thigh because it produced no discomfort, I finally decided to seek a professional opinion as the sore was not healing. A biopsy determined that I was in stage three melanoma. What a shocker! I was advised to seek help at the Sylvester Cancer Center in Miami, a renowned institution in this field. I was prescribed two drugs which were purported to halt the further progression of the the disease. I was also advised that at least one third of the recipients of this medication receive major adverse side effects. Sadly, I was one of the "third." The reaction was so severe that I had to be rushed to the emergency room where I became very close to checking out.
Long story short, my options were few due to other existing conditions such as advanced age, COPD, hemolytic anemia and congestive heart failure to name a few. After recovering from the effects of the cancer meds, I did nothing hoping that the melanoma would just go away. Instead it progressed to a lymph node in the groin area resulting in major swelling and large purple pimples in the area. When I consulted the surgeon who removed the lesion on my leg, he said "You better get this attended to or you are going to die" Pretty scary huh?
That's when I made the game changing decision to see Dr. Smith. What's to lose? He proceeded to perform a series of tests the likes of which I never experienced. He then placed me on a regimen of dietary supplements which nobody ever heard of with some ozone therapy thrown in for good measure. Well here I am, a couple of months later, ecstatic to report that so far the swelling in the groin has all but disappeared and the ugly purple pimples are almost all faded away, that is not to mention feeling better in general.
Before I ramble on endlessly, let me close by saying that as time goes on, more and more of us will realize that natural healing is the way to go. God bless you Dr. Gerry and the good work that you do."