Diagnosed with Liver Cancer: Is it Worth His Time and Energy… to Improve His Health?

In a message dated 10/11/05 12:17:53 PM, Jim writes:

A recent aquaintance was diagnosed with liver cancer through a biopsy and has a 1" tumour on his pancreas.He has been told by allopathic doctors that his likely survival is 3-6 months.

Is it worth his time and energy to go to your institute to improve his health? I've followed off and on Ann's Wigmore's lifestyle since I was 17 when a friend was diagnosed with lymph node cancer and was seeking a way to live against the odds given by his physician. He chose Ann's way but tried to do it on his own as well as chemo and surgery. He didn't survive but did show me a better way of living while I had the time and health to pursue the lifestyle. I'm 49 years now. Do you know of any survivers of this type of cancer and if so what course did they follow?


In a message dated 10/13/05 12:53:21 AM, R hotline writes:

Dear Jim,

I am not a practitioner of any kind so cannot advise your friend concerning his particular situation and health problem. Both you and your friend should accept the following ONLY as an exchange of ideas and information. Also, I do not have an Institute, I teach about the raw food diet and lifestyle through my book, articles, lectures and soon-to-be videos/DVDs.

The way you phrase your question makes me think that your friend is about ready to accept the doctor's prognosis hook, line and sinker. You say "Is it worth his time and energy" and the part left unsaid "or is it a lost cause."

Well, that really depends on whether your friend values his life and wants to continue living it.

I don't know personally any survivors of this type of cancer but my wholistic understanding of cancer is that it doesn't matter where the cancer is situated in the body. Allopathic medical doctors name a cancer by location but cancer is cancer no matter where in the body it is situated. So the method that will heal one cancer will as well heal another and for that matter all other disease. I could put your friend in touch with a friend who is a 16 year survivor of bone cancer 4th stage. He was also given a prognosis of less than 6 months to live. Let me know if your friend would like to talk with him and I will give you his name and number.

Cancer cannot exist in an oxygen rich environment so the more oxygen your friend supplies to his body by adopting the raw/live food diet, getting out into oxygen rich environments like in natural places where there are lots of plants and trees or by the ocean, by using oxygen chambers, the more he will be going in the right direction. By making these changes to his diet and also employing the power of his mind to attune and empower his own healing, his body's cells and blood will become increasingly alkaline and a slightly alkaline body is a healthy body.

But, the main problem as I see it, and I've seen this happen many times before, your friend has to really believe in his recovery. He has to reconnect with his true heritage which is Nature … not technology. He has to believe in his recovery and let go of the fear, hopelessness and resignation that the doctors have inculcated in him.

Dr. Richard Schultz (a naturopathic doctor) had a clinic in Malibu, and was helping a lot of people recover their health. The government shut him down. Dr. Schultz says getting well is a full time job. In other words, a person with a life threatening disease needs to spend 8 hours a day working on their recovery from every angle that makes sense. For me that doesn't include drugs or surgery but people have to make their own decisions.

I will hold a good thought for your friends full recovery.

With blessings and peace,


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