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We just celebrated my wife's 10 year anniversary, since Mayo Clinic first diagnosed her cancer, and she appears completely cancer free. Plays 2 hours of tennis on Monday mornings, and 36 or more holes of golf, on championship courses, every week. Absolutely no symptoms what so ever.
During these last 8.5 years since meeting Bill, and using his book, we used the Budwig Diet (3.5 tablespoons of flax oil), Transfer Point Beta Glucan (2.5 caps/day), Catalyn (3 per day, from Standard Process), and improved her diet (no ice cream, and more veggies primarily). Tried Essiac Tea for the first few weeks, but the taste was bad enough she would not continue it.
I still make the Budwig Diet for lunch almost every day, for both of us. She has cut back to about 2 tablespoons of Flax Oil the last 6 months and I still use 3 tablespoons of FO. I have no cancer problems, but have found it has solved my rosacea and dry skin problems. It's also my "cheap" insurance against cancer, and is a great meal substitute. We have evolved to adding a frozen triple berry blend (from Sam's), orange juice, and stevia (Now Foods Better Stevia), after thoroughly mixing the FO and CC. This is the only recipe that we have been able to enjoy for a long period of time - over 3 years now. I actually look forward to lunch.
Now time to review OUTSMART YOUR CANCER, 2nd Ed. I wished I had bought it when I first bought Cancer-Free, over 8 years ago. Tanya Pierce, like Bill, has taken a difficult topic, and done an excellent job for us lay people. Tanya defines jargon as she goes, and makes complex topics very clear. With 506 pages in OUTSMART vs 375 in CANCER-FREE, she has a lot more welcome details, that adds clarity and is much more interesting. At times, it was hard to put the book down. For example, her discussion on the Budwig Diet ("Flaxseed Oil and Cottage Cheese" page 207) added some very fascinating details on Dr. Budwig's problems as she developed her protocol. Like her boss wanting to bribe her into not publishing her findings, that would interfere with his financial interests. She said no, had to leave her position, and no one else would hire her, since her boss had blackballed her. But, then she was able to spend a lot more time with patients, and there are over 1000 documented cases where she cured serious cancer cases. And she gives better details on how it works. Very well done! I have multiple books covering Budwig, and hers is by far the best!
But, best of all, she covers several treatments that I had not seen, or at least not in enough detail to make them sound effective and worth pursuing. Like: Protocel, 714X, Hoxsey, Cesium High pH Therapy and others. Anyone of these might have been able to save a friend, dying of Stage IV lung cancer recently. If only I had bought this book out 3 months earlier, I truly believe that either the Protocel or Cesium approach would have worked for him.
She includes additional contact information at the end of each chapter, that includes other sources, phone numbers and website information, and likely costs involved. I've followed some of them, and they have been useful aslo.
Bottom line: I would give it 6 or 7 stars if possible. If you have cancer, or are trying to help someone who does, this is the best single book that I would recommend. She does a good job of showing that there really are practical, effective, and non-toxic solutions available, and includes testimonials, both in the book and in her included audio CD. CANCER-FREE does a better job of providing valuable to help understand the "cancer establishment." Things like issues the patient will encounter with doctors, medical institutions, and even from well-meaning family and friends, and he makes an excellent suggestion of securing an advocate to help make decisions. If the budget allows buying both books, that would be the best of all worlds. If only one, I would go with Outsmart. I will try to respond to comments.
John Richards, President, Achieve Better Health Club, The Villages, Florida.
Update: 7-14-16 Just received a very sad email a couple of days ago. Bill Henderson died on July 4th. Not from his Non-Hodgkins's Lymphoma, but from cardiovascular issues. He was making progress with the NHL using natural protocols. For details: [...]. I will miss Bill a lot. I have a lasting memory of helping a friend, Barbara (breast cancer) discuss her problem with Bill, from my kitchen table, as he coached her. We spent about 45 minutes. His caring and patience almost oozed thru the phone. Great guy who helped so many people. His wife, Terry, is going to continue his work. I will update this when I find out more. As I recall, she is a retired nurse, and could do a bang up job.
I highly recommend Ty Bollinger's: "The Truth About Cancer" website: [...]. He is very informative and proactive in fighting cancer, and probably the most active current crusader.