Natural cancer treatments were the way of the world before orthodox became the business of medicine. It began with the Flexner Report and continues with Big Pharma. Cancer Tutor separates fact from fiction and shines a light on safe and effective natural and integrative cancer treatments and prevention.

Gerson Therapy: Separating fact from fiction

The Gerson Therapy was one of the first natural cancer therapeutics and has successfully treated patients for more than 80 years. Rooted in an organic, plant-based diet, raw juices, coffee enemas, and natural supplements, the…

Webster Kehr

Kehr’s curiosity launched natural medicine benchmark

Finding your passion is a seminal moment in life. Webster Kehr found his passion in the early 2000s — and parlayed it into the Internet’s leading website for natural cancer treatments and prevention. “More than…

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History of Monsanto: What’s past is prologue

Monsanto originated in St. Louis in 1901, with John F. Queeny producing an artificial sweetener, saccharin. From 1903 to 1905, Monsanto’s entire saccharin output was shipped to Atlanta (saccharin was one of the secret ingredients in original Coca-Cola).…

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How the Flexner Report hijacked natural medicine

Five Things to Know About the Flexner Report 1. Abraham Flexner was not a doctor, but a school teacher and educational theorist from Louisville, Kentucky. In 1910 he published the Medical Education in the United…

Coley’s Toxins returning to forefront of immunotherapy

Chances are you have never heard of Coley’s Toxins. However, scientists are reviving William Coley’s methods to try different types of bacteria to encourage the immune system to fight tumors. In 1891, Coley injected streptococcal…

Last grandson of Flexner Report backer dead at 101

David Rockefeller, the last surviving grandson of John D. Rockefeller and a man who wielded vast influence around the world, died on Monday in Pocantico Hills, New York. He was 101. From The New York…

The Media and the FDA

It is hard to get people to understand that the goal of the media is not to inform, but to control. By controlling the information they control their audience and that is how the media…