Dying to Have Known
one great movie.
starts out like no documentary you’ve ever seen. In fact, it looks
more like a National Geographic special.
then, Steve Kroschel is a master filmmaker.
Steve visited the Gerson clinic in Mexico and
interviewed people who have been cured at the clinic. He then
contraposes these interviews with interviews of highly respected
physicians in the conventional medical community who make statements
like: “they were misdiagnosed,” or “they never had cancer,” or
“there has never been one documented cure from that clinic.”
The medicos tell us that they know everything
there is to know about cancer, and that cancer just cannot be cured
with nutrition alone.
However, the message laid out before us is that
hundreds and hundreds of cancer patients who have visited the Gerson
clinic walk away free of cancer using diet alone.
“They don’t keep any records,” one cancer expert says. If the Gerson
method ever did cure cancer, then “everything we know about cancer
would be wrong,” says another.
us viewers, at this point in the movie, we might be thinking:
Ok…perhaps that is where you should start: everything you know about
cancer is wrong.
you know of someone with cancer, send them this film. Everyone who
has been touched by cancer should see this film. Nobody has to die
from this dreaded disease.
Dying to Have Known.