Psychophysiologist Erik Peper, PhD, discusses the book he co-authored with cancer researcher Robert Gorter, MD. He describes a novel, promising, nontoxic treatment for cancer, the results of which, have been quite exciting. In line with the actual pathophysiological process of all disease, these authors view cancer as a failure of the immune system. This is because we all have cancer cells growing in us all the time, but a healthy immune system kills them off before they have a chance to make us sick. Dr. Peper teaches people how to live in such a way as to dramatically reduce the odds of ever getting cancer, and Dr. Gorter is the one who invented the method of curing cancer described in the book. This 3-month treatment, combining a dendritic cell treatment with artificially-induced hyperthermia has evidenced a 40 to 60 percent cure rate.
Video: “Fighting Cancer: A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment”
September 5, 2012 at 9:00 am