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Case Study #129

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Remove the Splinters and Watch the Body Heal

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Cancer is Not a Disease

Joan, in her own words.

Cancer is a survival mechanism that the body employs to stay alive. When the body is deprived of oxygen, the innate intelligence of the cell modifies its software allowing it to convert glucose into energy via a fermentation process (like in the production of wine or beer). Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize in 1931 for this discovery. Why has his research been ignored for so many years?

In my new book, Remove the “Splinters” and Watch the Body Heal, I describe the underlying reason why cells become deprived of oxygen. Once oxygen levels decrease by 35% for prolonged periods cancer develops. It is a no brainer.

Recent case in point. Joan was referred to my office by her daughter who met one of my patients on a 30 day survival training in Utah. The universe provides when you are ready. My patient had thyroid cancer, which was reversed by defining and removing the “splinters.” He shared his experience which enabled Joan to contact my office.

Joan is a conventionally trained nurse who worked in oncology for six years. She jumped ship when she was given a diagnosis of lung cancer over the phone. Joan witnessed the ravages of chemo, radiation, and surgery and decided to take a more intelligent approach to cancer treatment.

Joan presented herself for examination on September 12, 2019. She had difficulty breathing, was experiencing much pain, and was unable to sleep. A compressive examination determined the “splinters” or initiators that were present in the area of the cancer. She was given a treatment with the Theraphi (scalar wave) system and put on a supplement program to detox her body and start removing the causative factors. In less than a week Joan’s pain dramatically was reduced and she felt more energy and a sense of well-being.

The closer one gets to the truth, the more simplistic the solution. Say NO to drugs.

Dr. Gerald Smith, DNM, DDS