Using the work "Cure" can seem exploitive. If you have had cancer and currently no evidence of disease that is not yet a cure.
Cancer is notorious for reoccurrence. You have to stay in remission state for protracted time before you can even use that word.
Notice I use words, "reversal" "treatment" "treat" "regression" and "remission"
The word cure gets thrown around way too often...
Even the big named guys: Clark, Kelley, Gerson... we don't get to hear about follow ups on their clients, we only get to hear initial responses and sometimes the phrase "successfully Treated" gets turned into "Cured"
I can't tell you how many of my clients have tried Budwig, Clark, Rife, Baking Soda, etc... if those therapies worked they wouldn't be coming to me.
So, have some empathy for those who are desperate and frightened and quit misrepresenting responses as cures.
It's only humane that we characterize these treatments in their proper light. And even witnessing permanent remission using a protocol... which has happened... that is one cancer, one patient and shouldn't be characterized as effective for all patients and all cancers. Some cancers ferment glucose but others do not... they use various energy pathways. Tyrosene kinase, survivin, estrogenic etc.
If I had a nickel for every patient that has reoccurrences I could do this job for free. The word cure, I know, is inheritently part of this websites name and category titles, but still, on every thread someone claims something cures all cancers... really people... if all of this were true why is there still cancer in our lives. I mean, according to what I read hear, there are a dozen cures to all cancers.... well.... where are those patients today?