One Man Alone: An Investigation of Nutrition, Cancer, and William Donald Kelley
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Nicholas J. Gonzalez MD
- Publish Date: 2010-04-01
This monograph describes Dr. Gonzalez's investigation of the nutritional/enzyme cancer treatment developed by the alternative practitioner Dr. William Donald Kelley. The book provides an in-depth analysis of Dr. Kelley's theories and practice, as well as evidence demonstrating the treatment's value against even the most aggressive of cancers. The author includes 50 representative case histories of patients diagnosed with a variety of poor prognosis or terminal malignancies who did well under Dr. Kelley's care, with copies of the actual relevant medical records. Originally completed in 1986, this monograph generated interest in the alternative and conventional medical world for over two decades even though it was not formally published until 2010, rewritten and with an updated introduction by Dr. Gonzalez.In this book, you will read why Dr. Kelley believed no one ideal diet suits everyone and how he developed ten basic diets for his patients ranging from vegetarian to carnivore. You will also learn the underlying rationale for Dr. Kelley's precise use of nutritional supplements including pancreatic enzymes, which provided the main anti-cancer effect of his therapy. The book also discusses the various detoxification routines prescribed by Dr. Kelley, such as coffee enemas, which he claimed helped neutralize the effects of dead tumor wastes that accumulate during treatment.The results of Dr. Gonzalez's investigation have been discussed before a Congressional committee, on national TV, and in print media such as The New Yorker and Prevention. This pioneering book is now available to all those with an interest in cancer in general, the enzyme treatment of cancer in particular, alternative medicine, and Dr. Kelley. Note: this is not a how-to book for self-treatment.Dr. Gonzalez is a graduate of Brown University and Cornell University Medical College, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in cancer immunology. He currently practices in New York City.