Stomach Cancer

The stomach is situated in the upper abdomen and is part of the digestive system. It helps to digest food. Also called gastric cancer, stomach cancer affects the cells that form the lining of the…

Esophageal Cancer

Sometimes cells in the esophagus change or stop growing altogether. This can lead to both non-cancerous masses like cysts, webs, and rings, or pre-cancerous or cancerous cells that lead to esophageal cancer. A common precancerous…

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Colon Cancer

The first thing a colon cancer or stomach cancer patient needs to understand is that the cure rate of orthodox medicine for these two kinds of cancer is virtually zero. Even the cure rate for…

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The Rife-Beck Protocol

About the Rife-Beck Protocol This protocol offers patients three options. The first option takes four hours every day (two, 2-hour sessions). However, there is a one or more hour “rest” between the two, two-hour sessions.…

Colon / Colorectal Cancer

The function of the colon (large intestine) and rectum is to absorb nutrients and water and store stool until it is excreted. It is the last section of the digestive tract. Cancer that starts in…