MARILYN DENT, MIGRAINES, PAIN, NARCOTIC ADDICTION, TACHYCARDIA,
HYPOGLYCEMIA, MENTAL ILLNESS.
11 operations in 11 years - hysterectomy, exploratory, bladder, etc.
Surgery injured sciatic nerve. Constant severe pain, sharp intermittent
pain head to feet. Narcotics, Valium. Migraines, nervous breakdown,
psychiatric ward. Tachycardia, hypoglycemia. Began Gerson Therapy in
Mexican hospital October, 1977. Recovered, good condition, off all
drugs. Lives normal life 20 years later.
ROSAMOND RAY, 81, MIGRAINES, COLON CANCER.
1953, blood in stool, pain, weakness. Head of Rectal Surgery, Stanford
University Medical School did biopsy: malignant polyp 13 cm up from
rectum. Doctor stated that without colostomy, she had less than 10%
chance of survival. Went to Dr. Gerson's New York clinic in October,
1953. Recovered. Married in 1955. No more migraines after therapy began.
Alive and well over 40 years later.