The Cancer Alternative Foundation presently leverages the work of The Cancer Alternative Wellness Center to provide the following publications and case studies.
As our staff grows, so will our publication list. Keep looking for updates!
See the Founder's article entitled Nutrition Information Every Cancer Patient Should Know published in GreenMedInfo June 2013:
See the Founder's article entitle Why An Alkaline Approach can Successfully Treat Cancer published in GreenMedInfo August 2013:
A 63-year old man was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2008. After several rounds of the typical treatments - Velcade, steroids, antibiotics, Revlimid - and the typical side effects including immune suppression, blood clots, bloating, personality changes. He was pronouced terminal, stage 4, rapid progression, in May 2011 - 3 tumors in the body cavity 3cmx7cm, immune system at 20% of normal, edema in the body and legs, fully metastized to the skeleton, pleural edema, which when drained was full of cancer cells. After applying alkaline therapy for four months, in September 2011, a PT/CT scan indicated all the cancer was gone.
The patient was alive, working and living well through November 2013, though there were some setbacks due to non-compliance to therapy after initial success. Reapplication of therapy provided the same result a second time. Alternative therapy used was a 70% raw alkaline diet, massage, exercise, alkaline mineral therapy and significant nutritional supplementation to rebalance the body. He succumbed to an hospital induced, antibiotic resistant infection (MRSA) introduced during routine surgery, after keeping his cancer under control for three years post the original terminal diagnosis.
A breast cancer patient, a woman in her 50's, applied similar alkaline therapy as the myeloma patient above, and achieved similar results. Her tumors were all gone according to her oncologist. She used thermographic scanning rather than radiation to monitor her progress.
The Microstimula test team reports that within 2 months, a dog with advanced leukaemia was pronouced cancer free by the veteranarian.