Testimonials from 1892 to Today

Welcome to our Success section. This covers success stories by the type or location of a cancer. It has a number of success stories for many dufferent types of cancer.

Time does not permit us to have all our stories in place yet, but each month more success stories will be added.

If you have a success story you wish to contribute please contact the site administration on the button at the top of the left index hand column.

We prefer to provide stories where there is:

  • some medical evidence of the diagnosis, such as scans, blood tests etc.
  • s reflection of the use of products, preparation and quantities suggested to this membership.
  • no other treatment that could be credited with the success.
However, obviously we are prepared to consider other stories which might be of interest to our membership.

Author's Note

C a u t i o n.

In most countries it is illegal to claim a cure for cancer. The punishment can be prison or fines or both.

The fact that many of these terminal cases have lived 10 to 40 years disease free is anecdotal evidence not medical proof.

A Cancer Cure is normally when a doctor treates a patient who survives (with or without the disease) for 5 years. Subsequent death from cancer does not detract from the fact it is a cure.

We can only hope that in time our work will lead to a cure for cancer, and in the mean time provide as much knowledge and information as possible.

Knowledge and information are very powerful tools, and brought the world out of the dark ages. It allows people to make their own decisions, and control their own destiny.

As most of you will know scientific proof is gained by the statistical analysis of a number of anecdotal cases under medical supervision. the number can vary from many hundreds or even thousands down to 10-20 anecdotal cases normally under clinical observation. Many examples exist of scientists prooving their own beliefs and it is well known that one can achieve the result they wish by juggling scientific figures to prove the researcher's theory.