Dr. Melania Nagy | Recovery from Metastatic Breast Cancer

In 1995, Dr. Melania Nagy was just 30 years old, and a few weeks pregnant with her second child, when she was diagnosed with early stage triple negative breast cancer. Being a veterinarian medical doctor herself with experience as a medical evaluator and underwriter, she knew her exact medical condition, as well as the prognosis […]

Thermography: A Safe Breast Health Assessment

  For years, new research has called into question the effectiveness of mammography. As a result, the American Cancer Society (ACS) changed their stance on mammograms in October 2015. ACS previously recommended that annual mammograms begin at 40 years of age. But now with increased knowledge of the limitations and potential harms of mammography, the […]

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Carrie’s Story: Overcoming Breast Cancer with the Gerson Therapy

  In 2009, when I was 31 years old and still nursing my one-year-old daughter, I found a lump in my breast. Then, I learned that I was pregnant again. I just knew something was wrong inside of me. Soon afterwards, I was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer, and I underwent multiple surgeries and […]

Introducing the Gerson Archive Project + Joan’s Breast Cancer Recovery

The Gerson Institute has been around for over three decades. As you can imagine, a lot has happened over the years. While some parts of our past will live on only as memories, others we were fortunate enough to capture on video. Recently, we began a project to bring the Gerson Institute’s history back to […]

Rita’s Story: Healing Breast Cancer Holistically

by Rita S, August 2012. I am from a little town 25 km North of Barcelona, Spain. I was diagnosed with a hormone-dependent breast cancer in November 2009 called invasive ductal adenocarcinoma; stage II/III, tumor size 2cm. I felt devastated at that moment, and so did my husband, my mother and my sisters. But then […]

Rethinking Pinktober: Are We More Aware of “Breast Cancer Awareness” Than the Disease Itself?

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so in the spirit of awareness-raising, I’d like to make you all a little more aware of what awareness campaigns are actually making you aware of.

2017 Favorite Moments

It’s hard to believe that 2017 is already coming to a close. As we reflect on the past year, we can’t help but recount our favorite moments from the past year.   1. Charlotte’s 95th Birthday | March 2017 The Gerson community was blessed to celebrate Charlotte’s 95th birthday this year! The Gerson Institute celebrated […]

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An Inside Look: Gerson Health Centre, Europe

Hello Gersonites! My name is Nicole, and I am the Communications Coordinator at the Gerson Institute. I’ve had the pleasure of working here for over four years and engaging closely with Gerson patients and supporters all along the way. In early September 2017, I had the honor of representing the Gerson Institute on an on-site […]

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Gerson Person Highlight: Japan’s Gerson Ambassador, Kyoko Abe

Since the Gerson Institute was founded in the late 1970s, it has grown from a tiny office in San Diego, California, to an internationally recognized pillar of the natural health movement. The Gerson community is deep and founded on the support of many dedicated and passionate individuals. One of those dedicated and passionate individuals is […]

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How long do patients stay at the clinic?

In most cases, there is a 2-week minimum stay, as the doctors have found this to be the minimum amount of time necessary for patients with cancer and serious illnesses to adjust to the Gerson Therapy and stabilize under a doctor’s supervision before going home to continue on the therapy. However, there are some exceptions, […]

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