In this section we have gathered press releases and downloadable book images about our products, as well as information regarding our authors.
- What Went Wrong
- One Man Alone
- The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer
- The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer and Its Scientific Basis
- Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD
- John Beard, D.Sc.
What Went Wrong:
The Truth Behind the Clinical Trial of the Enzyme Treatment of Cancer
In this book, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez exposes what went wrong with the clinical trial "Pancreatic proteolytic enzyme therapy compared with gemcitabine-based chemotherapy for the treatment of pancreatic cancer," sponsored by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the National Cancer Institute, conducted under the auspices of Columbia University. More …
One Man Alone:
An Investigation of Nutrition, Cancer, and William Donald Kelley
In this monograph, Dr. Gonzalez describes his investigation of the nutritional/enzyme cancer treatment developed by the alternative practitioner Dr. William Donald Kelley. In addition to a discussion of Kelley's treatment approach, the book includes 50 case histories of successfully treated cancer patients. More …
The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer:
One answer to the medical enigma of our time
A groundbreaking analysis revealing how more than 100 years ago, the English scientist Dr. John Beard uncovered not only the likely origins of cancer but also its solution.
J. P. Jones, Ph.D., retired Vice President of Research and Development, The Procter & Gamble Company: "Everyone interested in cancer, or how medical research should work, should read this book." More …
The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer and Its Scientific Basis
Dr. John Beard's study of the mammalian placenta led him to the conclusion that in its early incarnation, this tissue behaves much as a cancerous tumor. He then proposed that pancreatic enzymes regulate placental development, and in turn represent the body’s main defense against cancer. In 1911, he published The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer to favorable reviews. This historic work is now available again, in a carefully recreated reproduction with a foreword by Dr. Gonzalez. More …
Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD
Dr. Gonzalez was in private practice in New York City from 1987 until his untimely death in July 2015, treating cancer and other degenerative diseases. He graduated from Brown University, Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, pursued premedical studies at Columbia University as a postgraduate student and received his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College. He subsequently completed fellowship training in immunology. While pursuing his investigation of Dr. Kelley, Dr. Gonzalez actually lived in Dr. Kelley’s home and personally interviewed over 1000 of his patients. For more information, see this website.
John Beard, D.Sc.
John Beard was born in Lancashire, England in 1858, completed his secondary school education at Owens College in Manchester, and pursued undergraduate training in natural sciences at the University of London. He earned his doctoral degree at the University of Freiburg in Germany, concentrating on the development of sense organs in invertebrates and fish. Later, while affiliated with the University of Edinburgh, he first suggested that the early placenta represents an ideal model for the study of cancer, and that pancreatic proteolytic enzymes represent the body's main defense against the disease. Despite the controversy his enzyme thesis created, in 1906 he was nominated for the Nobel Prize for his work in embryology. In 1911, he published The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer and Its Scientific Basis summarizing his thesis about cancer. Though in his lifetime the scientific community never embraced his ideas about cancer – he died in relative obscurity in 1924 – in recent years, evidence from molecular biology and stem cell research increasingly confirms many of Dr. Beard’s fundamental precepts.
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