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The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer: One solution to the medical enigma of our time – Nicholas J. Gonzalez MD and Linda L. Isaacs MD
This groundbreaking analysis reveals how more than 100 years ago, the English scientist Dr. John Beard uncovered not only the likely origins of cancer but also its solution. Dr. Gonzalez explains Dr. Beard's underlying theory and explores Dr. Beard's pioneering use of pancreatic enzymes for cancer treatment.
This book also showcases case histories describing cancer patients successfully treated with pancreatic enzymes by the authors. Dr. Beard's achievements, though unappreciated in his own day, are many. A research embryologist by training, he proposed that the early mammalian placenta, or trophoblast, the connection between the embryo and the maternal uterine blood supply, represents an ideal model for the study of malignancy. In its ability to divide rapidly, invade maternal tissues, and generate a blood supply, the trophoblast, Beard reasoned, initially behaves as any growing tumor might. However, the trophoblast differs from malignancy, Beard stated, because at some predetermined point it changes from an invasive tissue into the non-aggressive placenta, necessary for early embryonic life.
Beard spent years searching for the key to this remarkable transformation, ultimately discovering that the very day the trophoblast changes character, the embryonic pancreas begins secreting large amounts of enzymes. Beard then proposed that since pancreatic enzymes regulate trophoblast growth, they must represent our main defense against cancer. Subsequently, in animal experiments and in clinical use with human cancer patients, Beard demonstrated pancreatic enzymes could attack and destroy cancerous tumors. In this book, you will read of Dr. Beard's discoveries, and how modern science confirms much of what he long ago proposed. Along the way, you will learn that Dr. Beard discovered stem cells, the focus of much research effort today, though he never received proper credit. And you will see that Dr. Beard may have uncovered the key to the deadly disease of cancer.
The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer – John Beard, foreword Nicholas J. Gonzalez
In 1902, the scientist John Beard, at the time Professor at the University of Edinburgh, proposed that the pancreatic enzyme trypsin represents the body's primary defense against cancer and would be useful as a cancer treatment. Despite his documentation and reputation -- he was nominated for the Nobel Prize in 1906 for his work in embryology -- most cancer experts rejected Beard's thesis outright. However, a number of physicians concluded that Beard might be right, and employed pancreatic enzymes in the treatment of patients diagnosed with advanced cancer, often with remarkable results as reported in the conventional scientific literature.
These successes provoked a heated debate about the therapy that lasted right through the first decade of the 20th century. In 1911 Beard published The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer and Its Scientific Basis, outlining his hypothesis, his decades of research and the compelling results. Though published to some very positive reviews, the book was soon forgotten as the scientific community enthusiastically latched on to Madame Curie's claim that radiation represented a simple non-toxic cure for cancer. It would be years before scientists realized radiation cured few cancers and was quite toxic -- Madame Curie herself died as a result of her exposure to uranium -- but by that time, Beard was dead and forgotten.
Though in his lifetime the scientific community never embraced his ideas about cancer -- he died in relative obscurity in 1924 -- in recent years, evidence from molecular biology and stem cell research increasingly confirms many of Dr. Beard's fundamental precepts. In 2010, nearly 100 years since publication of this book, it is time Beard's work be reread. With billions of dollars spent in recent decades on cancer research with only slight success, Beard's thesis warrants a thorough reconsideration.
Cancer: Curing the Incurable Without Surgery, Chemotherapy, or Radiation – William Donald Kelley and Fred Rohe
A book with 30 years of planning for 33,000 patients and developing the scientific paradigm for the proper cure and treatment of cancer without surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. This book is not about remission. It is about a cure. This book will teach one how to beat cancer and other age related diseases so you can heal your body now and live a longer and healthier life.
Dr. Kelleyt is a metabolic researcher and creator of four holistic medical concepts considered the most advanced in their field. He holds numerous degrees from Baylor University, University of Alabama and the University of West Virginia. Dr. Kelley successfully designed holistic healing programs for his patients suffering from cancer, heart disease, allergies, arthritis, and other maladies. Linda Clar, of the prestigious Price-Pottenger Foundation has stated, "I consider Dr. Kelley's work the most important nutritional discovery in the last 150 years."