Pancreas Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer, Chemo & Carrot Juice  Richard Shulze, N.D., M.H.

[2013] Kay is healing pancreatic cancer naturally after treatment failed

[2012 June] Sun exposure reduces pancreatic cancer risk by nearly 50 percent

[2011 Oct] How to Make People Believe Any Anti-Vitamin Scare: It Just Takes Lots of Pharmaceutical Industry Cash by Andrew W. Saul Here's something you may have not seen. Research has shown that women who take just one aspirin a day, "which millions do to prevent heart attack and stroke as well as to treat headaches - may raise their risk of getting deadly pancreatic cancer. . . . Pancreatic cancer affects only 31,000 Americans a year, but it kills virtually all its victims within three years. The study of 88,000 nurses found that those who took two or more aspirins a week for 20 years or more had a 58 percent higher risk of pancreatic cancer." (7) Women who took two or more aspirin tablets per day had an alarming 86 percent greater risk of pancreatic cancer. Study author Dr. Eva Schernhammer of Harvard Medical School was quoted as saying: "Apart from smoking, this is one of the few risk factors that have been identified for pancreatic cancer. Initially we expected that aspirin would protect against pancreatic cancer."

In this study (Gonzalez), a total of 22 Kelley pancreatic cancer patients properly diagnosed by the orthodox medical community were broken down into three groups based on their level of following Kelley's protocol. The median survival of the three groups is shown as:

Unit One: Ten patients never followed the protocol: average survival 67 days.

Unit Two: Seven patients followed the protocol partially, average 233 days survival.

Unit Three: The five patients which followed Kelley's protocol completely achieved an average of nine years survival.

In fact, all five were still alive at the time of the study except one patient who had died (of Alzheimer's) after 11.5 years.

One Answer To Cancer by William Kelley, D.D.S., M.S.

High Dose Intravenous Vitamin C and Long Time Survival of a Patient With Cancer of Head of the Pancreas

ESSIAC  I have a site with a number of success stories of pancreatic cancer,even a doctor who had it in 1994, and recovered to return to work within6 months and has been disease free since.The web site is

"Professor Friedrich Douwes reported over a dozen (pancreas cancer)   cures with his biologic therapy, and enzymologist Karl Ransberger had reported on 38 cases of total remission (collected by no less official than Austrian minister of health) using his world renowned Wobe-Mugos enzyme."---Dr Atkins.


The Wipple surgical procedure

Steve Jobs: Bold, Brilliant, Brutal. . . Fake  More misdirection was inserted into the history with Jobs' fake illness, since they used it as another excuse to blackwash alternative medicine. They say he acquired pancreatic cancer some time in 2003 or so, but chose to pursue alternative or holistic therapies rather than go through chemotherapy. We are told this is why he didn't survive, and that if he had just done what the doctors told him to, he would have beaten it. On the other hand, alternative guys like Mike Adams and Alex Jones have used Jobs as evidence for the reverse: they say that the average time for death by pancreatic cancer is about a year, while Jobs lived for eight years. Therefore, Jobs was brilliant for choosing the alternative route. However, as usual the truth is. . . neither one. Since Jobs' illness was a hoax from the beginning, it can't be used as an example for either mainstream medicine or alternative medicine. I lean to the latter, and don't like to see alternative treatments unfairly blackwashed by a mainstream that just wants to maximize profit. But in this case, both arguments are manufactured. They don't apply.