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Gonzalez Protocol

Why did Gonzalez use pancreatic enzymes to fight pancreatic cancer?

It is known that chemotherapy can stop tumor cells from dividing so that they cease growing or die. Gonzalez felt that pancreatic enzymes could act like chemotherapy and kill cancer cells. Gonzalez based some of his protocol on theories derived from turn-of-the-century studies from the University of Edinburgh that showed that pancreatic enzymes had cancer-killing properties. Gonzalez's regimen is derived primarily from his experience working with William Kelley, D.D.S., who apparently developed this treatment approach and reported it in a book called "One Answer to Cancer."

 

 
     
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