Terminal Cancer Is a Misdiagnosis
by Danny Carroll
NOTE: This book is not for everyone. If you believe that the foundation principles of Conventional Medicine are beyond question, this book is not for you. If you have conviction that chemotherapy, surgery and radiation are the only possible treatments for cancer, please do not buy this book.
Terminal Cancer Is A Misdiagnosis explores the medical discoveries of a German medical doctor called Dr. med. Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer.
In 1978, two months after the untimely death of his 19-year-old son, Dr. Hamer was diagnosed with cancer of the testicle and stomach. He was given a one percent chance of surviving. Against all odds, he survived.
In his late forties, and otherwise a healthy man, he could not help thinking there must be a causal relationship between his sons recent death and him getting cancer on a reproductive organ.READ MORE
Dr. Hamer spent close to four decades and worked directly with over 50,000 patients. He concluded that cancer is a "survival” biological program. He estimated that when his medical discoveries surface, 95% of all symptomatic treatment protocols will become obsolete. This makes him a dangerous man to a multi trillion dollar industry.
When Tubingen University refused to test or verify his medical discoveries against the law, and a court order, the reason they gave in court was, “we do not want to know if Dr. Hamer is right or not.”
In Dr. Hamer’s natural science, the Germanic Healing Knowledge, there is no such diagnosis as terminal cancer.
If you have been given a diagnosis of an incurable, terminal cancer by a medical doctor and sent home to die, read this book to discover:
• Why many diagnoses are incorrect.
• A six-year study that resulted in 85% of cancer patients who refused medical treatment surviving.
• How to switch off excruciating pain triggered by a terminal diagnosis like a light switch.
• Principles and healing protocols that apply to all cancer diagnoses, regardless of stage.
• How Germanic Healing Knowledge therapy is possibly the only exception I have ever found to the rule, “If it’s too good to
be true, it probably is.”
• A music therapy to place your disease on hold while you address its origins.
This book is an introduction to Dr. Hamer's medical discoveries and will be followed by a 500+ series of books that does a deep dive into each disease/illness. They will compare the Conventional Medicine and Germanic Healing Knowledge approach to the cause, symptoms, and treatment of each disease. Readers decide which is more compelling.COLLAPSE