Dr. James Forsythe used to practice
straight oncology until he realized his “traditionally
treated” patients weren’t doing nearly as well as the
patients he saw who were treated homeopathically. So he
expanded his practice to include more than just the
same-old-same-old methods of treating cancer (surgery,
radiation and chemo). And in this audio, you’ll hear
what he does now.
But the biggest difference between Dr.
Forsythe’s practice and traditional medicine is his use of
genetic testing as a way to determine the best treatment for
his patients because, when it comes to cancer, he says every
patient is different, and so is every cancer. Genetic
testing allows him to look his patients in the eye and tell
them with complete confidence that the protocol he’s
prescribing is their best bet because he’s no longer just
using an educated guess to decide. He’s relying on the
conclusive results he receives from genetic testing. And in
this audio, you’ll hear all about it.
You’ll Also Hear…
How to know if your radiological testing is doing more harm to your body than good (believe it or not, it might not even be necessary)
The quick story of how a terminal cancer patient’s near-death experience with spider bites caused her immune system to boost itself and jump into fighting action – and how her story changed the way Dr. Forsythe looked at cancer treatment for good
The difference between
traditional chemo and the low-dose chemo that Dr.
Forsythe uses, when he uses it, and what you can expect
if you go the low-dose route
All about the little-known cancer treatment that uses the pawpaw tree to accelerate the death of cancer cells and what that could mean for you – along with other nontraditional cancer treatments and studies you’ve probably never heard of
Dr. Forsythe’s recommended “alkaline diet” for preventing (and preventing the spread of) cancer in the body
Everything you need to know about the scientific finding that showed a relationship between cancer and sugar (that won the 1931 Nobel Prize) and why that’s been shockingly ignored by oncologists ever since
someone is diagnosed with cancer, doctors usually schedule
surgery and chemo right away, and most patients will just
take doctors at their word and blindly follow that advice.
But, as Dr. Forsythe points out, a lot of what traditional
medicine does isn’t based on science or evidence. And it
certainly isn’t tailored to an individual patient. It’s just
the latest treatment plan everyone’s been told to follow.
But in this interview, you’ll hear how many people are
taking the guesswork out of their cancer treatment – and how
you can do that too.