Choose your Therapy: One at a Time

Dr. Kelley in one of his Cancer Control Journal interviews lamented:

Often, the patient tries too many different therapies at one time. This overloads the body with toxins, which sometimes proves fatal. I understand in their anxiety that they want to cover the field and make sure that they are doing everything possible. Sometimes it is difficult for me to understand that a patient wants to go the “natural route” and also fill his body with poisons!

The first objective of the patient is to destroy the tumor at a rate that will not cause an over-toxic condition and overwork the liver and the kidneys. His diet and supplements will have to be regulated to accomplish this objective.

The second objective is to build a new body and of course this can only be accomplished by good nutrition, and TIME.  It takes an average of four (4) years to grow a malignant condition—you are not going to grow a new body in a few days or weeks. Be patient and let nature have a chance.

Making a Coffee Enema

Still from Dr. Kelley’s One Answer to Cancer (2010) pages 38-39, via alternative-doctor.com.  One will need:

– regular ground coffee for brewing: not instant, and not decaffeinated

– coffee pot must be either enamel-ware, corning-ware, or stainless steel: do not use aluminum or Teflon-lined pots

– filtered or distilled water: do not use chlorinated/fluorinated water from city supply

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Why Coffee Enema Is Important in Metabolic Therapy

From the book One Answer to Cancer by Dr. William Donald Kelley (2010) page 38, via alternative-doctor.com:

CLEANSING THE COLON
The Coffee Enema

A high retention enema, using coffee, should be taken to aid in the elimination of toxic waste material from the body. The coffee enema should be taken daily for as long as one is on Metabolic Medicine’s  Cancer Cure Program. After 35 years, Dr. Kelley still takes his daily enema.

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Liquid or ‘soft’ tumors

While solid tumors are those that form a lump or multiple lumps, the liquid or ‘soft’ tumors are those which occur in the blood, bone marrow and lymph nodes and circulate around the body through the bloodstream. They are more familiarly known as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma.

In the first of three interviews conducted by Norman Fritz for the Cancer Control Journal where Dr. William Donald Kelley was asked if some types of cancer respond more readily to natural cancer therapy than others, the good doctor was quick to answer: Continue reading