Fred (his real name) was diagnosed with prostate cancer in late 1996. There
was also a spot on his liver the size of "two peanuts". The PSA
was very high. He was put on the hormone
flutamide, but no other treatment was offered. The situation was much too
far advanced. Surgery, he was told, would be a waste of Fred's money and the
doctor's time. In three months he would be dead.
Fred and his wife live in New Brunswick. The two of them made a trip to Seattle
to visit his sister. While there, they heard about my friend, a nutritionist
we will call "Ann". Might as well go visit Ann. There was very little
to lose at this point, although neither Fred nor his wife had any real interest
or confidence in non-toxic therapies.
As they sat in Ann's rather small spare bedroom that serves as her office,
Fred's wife felt that they were wasting their time: "We know he is going
to die." Ann convinced them to try.
The treatment involved three electronic devices. The first was a PFG-100 Rife
paddle type machine. He used 666, 690, 727, 2000, 2008, 2100, 2120, 2127,
and 2130 Hz every second day for 3 minutes each. One paddle was applied to
each side of his body at the waist line. On the outside of the left paddle
was placed the negative face of a large flat magnet
On the right paddle, the positive side of a similar magnet
, a few treatments with 20,
60, 81, 120, 125, 440, and 800 Hz were used.
A Beck blood cleaner
was used on wrist pulse points
one hour each day. Fred chose to discontinue the flutamide due to the possibility
of a toxic reaction. (The blood cleaner can cause cells to take in much larger
amounts of substances from the blood than normal.) After each such treatment,
he used a Beck magnetic pulse generator
on each lymph
Fred also sat on the negative face of one the magnet
for at least twenty minutes twice each day. It was felt that this afforded
the nearest point to the prostate.
Nutritional support consisted of just two items: Liquid minerals and liquid
Five weeks later, Fred was back in New Brunswick. He went back to his oncologist
for the appropriate tests and scans. All were normal and he was pronounced
free of cancer. The doctor said that in several thousand cases, he had not
seen any cases of cancer just go away like that. Fred discontinued his treatments.
Fred never resumed his self treatment. He had quit too soon, and eventually
the PSA began to rise again. The MD told Fred that the remission had just
been a temporary fluke. Now he was well enough for "real treatment".
A radioactive implant was suggested and in late 1997 Fred, alas, agreed.