Title: Has Dr. Max Gerson a True Cancer Cure?
Author: S.J. Haught
Year of Publication: 1962
Publisher: London Press
Length: 161 Pages & 44,538
Words Status: Public Domain in the United States and countries following the rule of the shorter term.
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My editor had ok’d the story, “The Unveiling of a Quack”, and now I faced the man whom the power of the press would squash like a bug.
“Five times,” he said quietly in response to my question, “the Medical Society of the County of New York sent a committee here to investigate my methods. I let them see patients, X-rays, records, everything.”
“And what were the results of those investigations?”
“I do not know,” Dr. Max Gerson replied. “They have never revealed them.”
I left Dr. Gerson and wrote the Medical Society of the County of New York, as follows: “We have no feelings one way or the other concerning Dr. Gerson’s treatment except that of public responsibility . . . is there any way we can be advised of the nature of your findings?”
Their reply was to embark me on the strangest, most frustrating story of my life . . . the story of a man who by absolute record had cured people of cancer, including children, and his incredibly courageous and lonely fight against the forces of organized medicine.
“I agree with you that Dr. Gerson’s cancer therapy had great merits and know with which difficulties Dr. Gerson had to struggle. I would be grateful to you if you try to tell the people of America about Dr. Gerson’s merits and about the results he obtained with his therapy… I wish you the best in your difficult task.”
— Dr. Albert Schweitzer
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