Patient Perspective: Gerson Therapy for Ovarian Cancer

AMY JOHNSON | SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI It was May 2013, and I was curious about having a baby since I just turned 43, and the maternal clock was ticking loudly. While driving one day, I saw a billboard that said, “Fertility Partnership”, and I thought, ‘that sounds nice, I always wanted to have a partner […]

Patient Perspective: Gerson for Migraine

Sandra’s Thank You My name is Sandra A. I am forty-six years old and I am writing from Frankfurt, Germany. This letter has only one meaning: I would like to personally thank you and your family and the entire team of the Gerson-Universe. Thank you for your tireless efforts, thank you for your faith in […]

Lyme Disease and the Gerson Therapy

Life After Gerson: My First Year Free of Lyme Disease

March of 2013 is my one-year anniversary of completing the Gerson Therapy for Lyme disease. And I have to report, so far, so good!

Cancer Healing Odyssey: A Mother’s Strength

Sarto Schickel and his wife, Sun Hee, lived a quiet and lovely life in Philadelphia with their two daughters, Arianna and Julianna. In 2007, their lives were shattered by the sudden discovery that Sun Hee had Stage IV ovarian cancer with malignant pleural effusion, a condition fatal within a year in 80% of patients. In […]

Making History with New Melanoma Research

Twenty years ago, the Gerson Research Organization (GRO), working with the Gerson Institute (GI), published an eye-opening 20-year review of melanoma survival with Dr. Max Gerson’s diet therapy. At that time, in 1995, melanoma survival in the Gerson treatment system was clearly superior to the chemotherapies and cytokines of the day.   This year, GRO […]

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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 […]

A Father’s Day Reflection: Catching up with Bree & Ned

  In December 2015, we shared Bree’s story about her father, Ned and his experience with the Gerson Therapy and why life, moments, and people are more important than cookies. This Father’s Day, we followed up with Bree and her dad Ned to catch up on his experience as a new Grandfather and his reflections […]

Disease as Miracle: Multiple Sclerosis, the Healing Reminder and the Gerson Therapy

  Nima Najafi was born in Teheran, Iran, a few months before the Iran-Iraq war began. His family left for Germany for eight years to escape war, finally immigrating to Los Angeles in late 1991, where he worked in the entertainment industry. Nima suspects that his family’s experience of constantly trying to escape the path […]

Ned & Bree’s Story

Why Life, Moments and People Are More Important Than Cookies My father’s birthday is December 8th. There was a time, about 12 years ago, when we weren’t sure he would see any more birthdays, let alone important milestones in our life. He had undergone surgery, radiation, and chemo with no success and the next step, […]

Joyce's recovery from stage IV mantle cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

Joyce’s Doctor Didn’t Think She’d Be Alive Today

7 ½ years after being diagnosed with stage IV mantle cell, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Joyce just celebrated another holiday with her family.

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