All testimonials are provided voluntarily and without any kind of remuneration. In some cases names are not revealed for privacy purposes when requested. No claim is made that patients with similar diagnosis and treatment will have the same outcome or response.

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               Kristina Lussier - 25 February 2014

                                                                Breast Cancer & Neuropathy of Hands and Feet


Growing up, I was thin so I never paid much attention to nutrition – before coming to the retreat I thought that as long as I wasn’t overweight, I was healthy. I didn’t eat vegetables, exercise was few and far between; I partied hard in college and never paid much attention to my health.  At Hawaii Naturopathic Retreat Center, I learned that my immune system is core to disease repair. I knew little about processed boxed foods vs. organic foods before starting the Alternative Cancer Treatment Program. >> Read the testimonial

               D.E.E. – 29 January 2014


        Tools for Alternative Treatment 

This is such a miracle for me because I found out about Dr. Baylac through a health food store where my kids live. I went in freaking out about my melanoma diagnosis. The woman who worked in the supplement section told me about Gerson Therapy and that Dr. Baylac’s Alternative Cancer Treatment had been what saved her son’s life. I got in touch with Dr. Baylac eventually because I hit a wall; I was exhausted of taking care of everyone else but myself. >> Read the testimonial 

            Chris Runge - 2 July 2012

Stage IV Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma

Iscador Therapy 

I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma diffuse large B-cell on April, 21st 2010. I immediately started a detox regime and also learned about Iscador Therapy from my naturopathic doctor. I started with the Iscador Therapy in June 2010. I began with 5mg – 15mg of Iscador and built up to a 40mg injection. I am still doing the Iscador injections today. I have been doing the Iscador Therapy for two years and am doing my injections three times per week. I also did chemotherapy and faired very well with almost no side effects.  >> Read the testimonial

            Jane Whitmore – 8 May 2012

Stage III Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma

Stem Cell Transplant & The Gerson Therapy

I was diagnosed with Stage III Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in July 2008. After I became aware of it, I could feel the tumors in my stomach. It was pushing against my aorta. I was very fortunate to have had a kind of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma that was curable. This is my third year cancer free. Right now I am working on improving the ratio of red and white blood cells and platelets in my blood as these are not yet normal in numbers. I followed the Gerson Therapy for at least six months before I went  >> Read the testimonial

               Jean P. - October 2010

Prostate Cancer

Declined Conventional Treatment, Followed The Gerson Therapy Exclusively

In 2006, I went to see Dr. Latimer because I had frequent urination at night and difficulties urinating. My doctor did a digital rectal exam which ended up being suspicious, so he did a biopsy. The results showed prostate cancer with a Gleason score of 6. This is a very aggressive tumor for a 50 years old. He recommended prostectomy, radiation and castration. These are very aggressive therapies. I declined his treatments.   >> Read the testimonial

         Tara Webster – September 2007

Chemotherapy Detoxification

Glioblastoma Multiforme, Chemotherapy and The Gerson Therapy

I came to the retreat to detoxify my body since I have had a 9 month course of chemotherapy after having a Glioblastoma Multiforme removed from my right temporal lobe on 11/19/07. My body felt toxic, and I also wanted to find a nutrition and lifestyle program that would help my body’s own immune system become strong enough to create vibrant health and prevent any recurrence of cancer. >> Read the testimonial

Case Study: Treatment of Prostate Cancer with a Mind Body Approach

JP is a 55 year old male who came to my clinic for the first time in October of 2005 with a diagnosis of prostatic adenocarcinoma, Gleason’s score 6 (grade 3+3), and a PSA of 5.3. The usual conventional treatment options had been presented to JP and he declined them, being concerned by their undesirable side effects. JP’s wife died in 2001 of complications from chemotherapy treatment for a recurring cancer. JP was very determined to choose another path. >> Read the case study.