Curing Cancer: A Work in Progress…
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Curing Cancer: A Work in Progress…

Last year, I found a document that listed pages and pages of plants that have cancer-fighting properties. There were hundreds of these plants with several specific ones like moringa and pau d’arco standing out as super-stars in the anti-cancer arena. I printed it out because sometimes information like this “disappears”. I suspect that in the near future, information like that list of cancer-fighting plants may be “modified” to suit certain powerful players.

I don’t talk very much about the work I’ve done as a professional writer, mostly because people don’t ask, but also because it’s complicated. I’ve ghost-written everything from tech-oriented white papers about anti-virus software to ebooks about raw food diets. I’ve written what I call “corporate poetry”—meaningless emotive blips about products that are often placed on the home pages of web sites to inspire people to continue reading about products like granite for countertops or athletic shoes. And I’ve done a lot of SEO-writing to get people’s web sites into a higher ranking on Google. But mostly what I’ve been hired to do is write about medicine. Thus, I call myself a “medical writer” and I’ve written copy for doctors and dentists as well as copy for holistic and integrative practitioners.

Over the years, I’ve carved out a niche for myself, writing about controversial topics that require extensive research and “digging” to find the “truth”. Often, I’ve written  about subject matter from several different angles for several different clients who wanted very different end results. When I first started this type of work, I didn’t expect for it to change my life. I just wanted to make money doing something I enjoyed: writing (and medicine). But today, I look back on my decision to become a medical writer and I believe that I’m lucky that I never became a medical doctor…because, after years of reading the research and the history, and all that’s been covered up in terms of cures for major diseases, I don’t believe in orthodox medicine anymore. At least not for anything except a traumatic injury or in cases where technology would actually benefit and not hurt the person being treated.

I have another blog that I write for that talks about my experiences working in the medical system as well as experiences seeking out alternative and integrative practitioners along with indigenous healers across the world. Through this site, (which performs so much better than this one!), people all over the world contact me to ask about cancer cures. To find me and my humble blog, these people have to literally excavate my site from the piles and piles of misinformation put out there by the Big Companies that rule the U.S. and the world. I know they’ve search hard, because I’ve worked with companies to try to figure out how to get those high rankings that crush the competition (particularly the Little Guy). I know how much time and money is involved in making some tidbit of information end up on page #1 at Google. It isn’t easy to rank high and it costs a lot of money unless you’re working on a project that only a small, local population of people cares about. But I know I’m not catering to the masses when I post to my health blog. I’m catering to a select few people who have swallowed the Red Pill. The people who feel like they’re getting cheated health-wise (because they are). It’s a small group. And they have to search for me and others who are trying to get the word out about things like cancer.

This particular post, for example, will most certainly be flagged. Probably hardly anyone will get to read it just because I mentioned the word “cancer” in it. I know this because of some of the bizarre tech issues John and I have had with the other health blog. People police things like this…yes, like my little health blog. Because my little health blog threatens something that’s big and very bloated. But as long as it stays small enough, few people will believe in what a tiny little person like me has to say. But maybe one person will read it and think about it and someday it will be useful to that One Person. That’s the idea. One person.

That’s what matters to me.

As it turns out, I’m not the only one who views the healthcare system in the United States as a holocaust. For a long time, I thought I was maybe the only one who had strong views like this, but no…these views go back decades since before World War II. Few people are privy to the undergirding of the American healthcare system and I certainly don’t want to get into all that in this article, but let me just say that it’s damning. That’s not to say that doctors are bad. Most of them are not. But they’ve been improperly educated to become servants of The System rather than the shaman of their tribe (or in the modern world: health-givers to the clients they serve). If the doctors exist to serve the upper echelons rather than existing to serve their patients, the resulting problems are self-evident. I think most Americans are smart enough to put the pieces of that puzzle together without knowing the history and politics in detail.

So lately I’ve been working on a project to gather together a list of cancer cures from all over the world. This is what really interests me and you and everyone, I think. When I first started the project, I thought I’d have about 15 entries. Several years later, I have over 60 entries and I’ve realized that these cancer cures are not just about cancer. They’re about healthcare in general. Working backwards from these cures, which are mostly elegant in their simplicity, though some involve technologies like I.V.’s or vibrational medicine, through my research, I’ve realized that many of these cures for cancer are cures for other things too like Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Influenza, Malaria, Dengue, and even Ebola! The things I’ve read and learned and seen since we started traveling outside of the United States has left me in total awe. I’ve had to throw out everything I learned when I was in pursuit of medical school and try to understand new ways of thinking about the human body.

I’m not a doctor and I can’t diagnose or treat patients (I’m obligated to let everyone know this). But it doesn’t matter what ails you. If you’re sick and your doctor has given up on you, chances are, there’s a known cure for your disease. This isn’t bullshit. It’s true. I’ve experienced cures myself and I’ve known people who have experience with cures for diseases that had no cure.

I can’t list all the cancer cures in this blog post, but anyone who would like a copy of these cures can send me an email request and I’ll send you the document and my research free of charge. These cures are not just cancer cures. They’re a list of all the cures, demonstrated by scientific research, that have been used in discreet (though sometimes large) populations of people to treat nearly all the major diseases that plague Americans and people worldwide. The Cancer Cure Catalog contains a quick summary of the cure, where to get it, how it works, and resources where you can learn more about it. It’s a work in progress…

Oh! And I almost forgot to mention that late last year, John developed melanoma on his face. We cured it with coconut oil and baking soda…

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