Research grants for alternative therapies in treating cancer and so-called "incurable" diseases. Conducts seminars on alternative therapies. Provides medical supplies to hospitals and clinics.
Lupita, a 15-year-old Mayan Indian girl in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She was treated with surgery and chemotherapy, but the cancer returned a year later. She submitted to surgery again, but refused the recommended chemotherapy. "I'd rather die," she said.
Kippy, a local health food restaurant owner in San Cristóbal, took interest, and found the Gerson Therapy. With our financial help and that of the Gerson Institute, she traveled to the United States, learned the Therapy and returned to San Cristobal with a juicer, a generator and a water purifier to help Lupita. This young woman, now 18 years old, who lives in a wooden shack with a dirt floor and no electricity but the generator we supplied, was able to completely clear her cancer in a year using the holistic Gerson Therapy, and now wants to learn English (she only speaks a Mayan language, not even Spanish), and help others in her community to heal. Her story appears in the documentary film The Beautiful Truth. We'll be behind her every step of the way.