I saw on twitter.
"Boy who couldn’t eat now can stomach 12 foods"http://www.wotimes.com/2015/01/boy-couldnt-eat-now-can-stomach-12-foods/
for me - always.read.fully - had to undo my rt.
At first I thought this was just a nice EE article, but now I'm concerned about some of the info in it (although I am glad the boy is doing better).
the Hargers visited the Gerson Institute in San Diego
The alternative dietary Gerson Therapy was developed by Max Gerson (1881-1959), a German-born American physician who originally came up with the idea as a cure for his debilitating migraines. He further claimed it was a cure for cancer and most chronic, degenerative diseases.
Reminded me of this
Tweeted by @ScienceBasedMed
"A tale of two unnecessarily doomed aboriginal girls with leukemia"
January 20, 2015http://scienceblogs.com/insolence/2015/01/20/a-tale-of-two-unnecessarily-doomed-aboriginal-girls-with-lymphoblastic-leukemia/
Brian Clement’s clinic has nothing to do with Ongwehowe Onongwatri:yo (indigenous medicines) and everything to do with good, old-fashioned European-American quackery focused mainly on wheatgrass, raw vegan diet, and “detoxification.”
there is still another aboriginal girl with lymphoblastic leukemia who has abandoned chemotherapy, with the blessing of her tribal chiefs and family, in favor of the quackery peddled by a Yankee in Florida. We don’t know her name due to privacy concerns enforced during her court case but we do have an update about her condition to juxtapose with the death of Makayla Sault.
Here's more ...
"The (Not-So-)Beautiful (Un)Truth about the Gerson protocol and cancer quackery"http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/the-not-so-beautiful-untruth-about-the-gerson-therapy-and-cancer-quackery/