ROSAMOND, COLON CANCER, MIGRAINES.
In 1953, Rosamond noticed blood in her stool and experienced pain and weakness.
The head of Rectal Surgery at Stanford University Medical School did her biopsy.
The biopsy revealed a malignant polyp, 13 cm up from the rectum. Her doctor stated that, without a colostomy,
her chances of survival were less than 10%. Rosamond went to Dr. Gerson's New York clinic in October, 1953.
She made a full recovery, and got married in 1955. At the time of our last contact with Rosamond,
she had been healthy and cancer-free for over 40 years, and experienced no more migraines after beginning on the Gerson Therapy.