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acetylated esters of mono- and diglycerides
aluminum ammonium sulfate
aluminum calcium silicate
aluminum leavening agent
aluminum potassium sulfate / aluminum sulfate (alum)
ammonium chloride
artificial colors
artificial flavors
benzoates in food
benzoyl peroxide
benzyl alcohol
bleached flour
bromated flour
brominated vegetable oil (BVO)
butane glycol
butylene glycol
calcium bromate
calcium disodium EDTA
calcium peroxide
calcium propionate
calcium saccharin
calcium sorbate
calcium stearoyl-2-lactylate
calcium sulfate
caprenin, caprocaprylobehenin
certified colors (artificial)
cottonseed oil
diacetyl tartaric acid (DATEM)
dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate (DSS)
disodium calcium EDTA
disodium dihydrogen EDTA
disodium guanylate (GMP)
disodium inosinate (IMP)
enriched flour
ester gums
esters of mono- and di- glycerides (acetylated, lactylated)
ethanol (ethyl alcohol)
ethyl vanillin
ethylene oxide
FD&C colors (artificial)
fractionated oil
glycerol ester of wood rosin
high fructose corn syrup
hydrogenated /partially hydrogenated oil
hydroxypropyl guar gum
lead soldered cans
malic acid
methyl silicon
methylene chloride
microparticularized whey protein
modified alginates
monosodium glutamate (MSG)
Olestra (Olean)
palm kernel oil
parabens (methyl, propyl, butyl, etc.)
potassium benzoate
potassium bisulfite
potassium bromate
potassium hydroxide
potassium metabisulfite
propyl gallate
propylene glycol
propylene oxide
smoke flavoring
sodium aluminum phosphate
sodium aluminum sulfate
sodium benzoate
sodium bisulfite
sodium diacetate
sodium ferrocyanide
sodium glutamate
sodium lauryl sulfate
sodium metabisulfite
sodium nitrate/nitrite
sodium propionate
sodium silicoaluminate
sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate
sodium sulfite
solvent extracted oils (as stand alone single
ingredient oils (except grapeseed oil)
sorbic acid
stannous chloride
succinic acid
sucrose esters; hexa-, hepta-, octa-;
sucrose oligoesters; sucroglycerides
sucrose polyester
sulfites (sulfur dioxide)
talc (magnesium silicate)
tartrazine (FD&C Yellow No. 5)
TBHQ (tertiary butylhydroquinone)
trans fats, artificial
triacetin / glyceryl triacetate
vanillin (synthetic)
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Starting the Alternative Cancer Treatment

Practice Dr. Gonzalez set up a practice in New York together with his associate, Dr. Linda Isaacs, and started seeing patients using Kelley’s three-pronged approach. The results were impressive.One of his remarkable success stories includes a woman diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer, which is the most aggressive form. She’d been given a death sentence.

Today, over 23 years later, she’s still alive and well, and cancer free.”Here’s a woman that was given six months to a year to live AND developed metastases while getting aggressive multi-agent chemotherapy, yet 23 and a half years later, she’s alive and well, enjoying her life and just doing so well.

Chemo Therapy vs. the Kelley Treatment

To put his results in perspective, the chemo drug, Gemzar, approved for pancreatic cancer dates back to 1997, and the major study that led to its approval had 126 patients. Of those, 18 percent lived one year. Not a single patient out of the 126 lived beyond 19 months.

Dr. Gonzalez’ study had 11 participants, of which:

  • Five survived for two years
  • Four survived three years
  • Two survived five years

Based on these results, the NCI (national cancer institute)decided to fund a large-scale clinical trial, to the tune of $1.4 million, to test his nutritional approach against the best chemo available at the time.”

My friends say, “Why did you get involved with something like this? How could you trust the NCI?”

Well, the NCI had been very fair, up to that point, and the then-director, Richard Klausner, in face-to-face meetings with him said he thought I was doing something really interesting and needed to be properly supported,” Dr. Gonzalez says.

But that goodwill soon disappeared.

How to Sabotage a Clinical Study 101

About a year after the study was approved, Klausner left the NCI and was replaced by new management with a wholly different attitude.

“[F]rom our first meeting, we knew something has changed significantly,” Dr. Gonzalez says,” and all the people that had initially been assigned to the study, who were supportive and believed we were doing something useful, were taken off it. In fact one of them couldn’t even talk to me. She said she’d be fired if she talked to me; if she took my phone call.I was told by another person who had supported me at the NIH that I shouldn’t call him at his office; that he was afraid his line was tapped, and I should only call him at home.”

Unfortunately, the study was, in the end, sabotaged.

“Turned out the principal investigator at Columbia, who’s supposed to be completely neutral, had helped develop a chemo regimen that was being used against us-a conflict of interest that was never declared,” Dr. Gonzalez explains.

“[T]here are specific requirements for entry into a clinical study. Ours is a nutritional program, and when the first protocol version was written, we had a list of specified criteria… They have to be able to eat… Ours is a nutritional program, so patients have to be able to eat. If they can’t eat, they can’t do the therapy. They have to be able to take care of themselves..

Of course, the chief investigator helped develop the chemo regimen used in the study. That’s virtually the definition of a ‘potential bias’! He started sending us patients that couldn’t eat. We had patients that were so sick we would never have accepted them into our private practice. That were so sick, they died before they got the treatment. Ultimately, 39 patients were entered for treatment. Maybe at best, being kind and optimistic, maybe five or six actually did it, the great majority were so sick they couldn’t do it.”

In 2006, Dr. Gonzalez and his partner filed a complaint with the Office of the Human Research Protection (OHRP), which is a group responsible for making sure federal-funded clinical trials are run properly. After a two-year investigation, the OHRP determined that 42 out of 62 patients had been admitted inappropriately. Unfortunately, this never made it to the media, and the Columbia team was able to publish the research findings without mentioning the results of the OHRP review.

“So the study was a total boondoggle; a waste of $1.4 million,” Dr. Gonzalez says. “Even though I won the grant, all the money went to Columbia. It’s all gone. The data, as far as I’m concerned, is worthless, and the NIH and NCI are using it to show that my therapy doesn’t work.

So that’s how this long journey of 30 years, from when I first met Kelley, has gone.”I tell people now regarding the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), I wouldn’t send a dog to that group.”

Those of us who practice natural medicine are frequently criticized for not publishing our findings. My justification for that is that it’s not going to be published anyway, and Dr. Gonzalez’ anecdotal story confirms this view. His mentor and supporter, Dr. Good, was one of the most published authors in the scientific literature at that point, with over 2,000 scientific articles to his name. He’d been nominated for the Nobel Prize three times, and yet he was refused because the findings were “too controversial,” and flew in the face of conventional medical doctrine. If the cream of the crop is refused, how does a general primary care physician get an article published? He doesn’t…”

Robert Good was at the top of his profession: President of Sloan-Kettering, father of modern immunology, and did the first bone marrow transplant in history. Yet, he couldn’t get it published,” Gonzalez says. “He couldn’t even get a single case report published.In fact, I have a letter from one of the editors, dated 1987, who wrote a blistering letter to Good saying, “You’ve been boondoggled by a crazy quack guy. Don’t you see this is all a fraud?”

It was just the most extraordinary, irrational letter… [Because] the patients’ names were there, the copies of their pertinent medical records were there… Any of them could have called these patients, like Arlene Van Straten who, 29 years later, will talk to anyone… But no one cared. They wouldn’t do it; they didn’t believe it.

The idea that medical journals are these objective and unbiased repositories of the truths about science is total nonsense. Most of them are owned by the drug companies. They won’t publish anything that disagrees with their philosophy.”

Final Thoughts

This is one of the most fascinating interviews I’ve ever done, and it is chock full of information-far more than I can summarize here. So please, I urge you to take the time to listen to the interview in its entirety.In addition to expounding on the subjects mentioned above, Dr. Gonzalez also reviews the benefits of optimizing vitamin D during cancer treatment, and how iodine supplementation can benefit breast cancer-not to mention help protect against thyroid cancer, in light of the current nuclear crisis in Japan.

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Thankfully Dr. Gonzalez is still on the front lines and actively engaged in helping people by helping coach them with natural alternatives to toxic drugs and radiation. His office is in Manhattan and he can be reached at 212-213-3337.

Bill Summary & Status – 113th Congress 2013 – 2014 – H.J.RES.15 – THOMAS Library of Congress.


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