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Most cancer patients want three things. First, they want to know whether their treatment is working. Second, they want to know how long it will take to achieve remission. Third, they want hope. Today, I’ll address all three of these common patient desires by sharing one miraculous case that has never been told before. It recounts how quickly and effectively The Gonzalez Protocol, and specifically high doses of pancreatic enzymes, can work to eliminate hard tumor masses.
In his lifetime, Nicholas Gonzalez M.D. treated hundreds of cancer patients with his nutritional enzyme regimen. He repeatedly sought to have his specially formulated proteolytic pancreatic enzymes scientifically tested to provide evidence of their impact on tumor reduction. His enzymes were eventually tested in mouse studies in 2004 which concluded that this specific preparation of pancreatic enzymes, created by Dr. Gonzalez, improved survival in murine pancreatic cancer by slowing tumor growth. Dr. Gonzalez had hoped to conduct additional testing but lacked independent research funding. Instead, he focused his time and energy in documenting and publishing his best cancer patient outcomes.
What constitutes evidence for merit in medical sciences? Good clinical outcomes of significant volume show how consistently applying the same approach validates the technique. To this end, Dr. Gonzalez published more than 160 cancer patient case studies from his patients and those of his mentor, Dr. William Donald Kelley. These cases repeatedly demonstrate tumor regression and long-term survival while on this nutritional (high pancreatic enzyme) protocol.
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Our aforementioned patient is a 53 year old female. In June of 2019, she fell and injured her right arm, thereby experiencing difficulty blow drying her long hair while using both of her hands. She then purchased a blow dryer with a big round brush and while looking in the mirror to blow dry her hair, using only her left hand, she noticed a lump behind her left ear. On July 17 of that year she mentioned the lump at the end of her annual physical checkup with her General Practitioner. He palpitated the growth and remarked that it was quite hard and firm and suggested that it be checked out.
Her GP ordered an ultrasound of the affected region. A subsequent August thyroid biopsy was performed using ultrasound. The pathology results indicated:
“Left neck, core needle biopsy: Malignant neoplasm and squamous and mucinous features, favoring mucoepidermoid carcinoma.” These are malignant results and the pathology findings, and the imaging findings are concordant.
After reviewing these results, her GP ordered a CT scan of her neck without and with contrast. On 9/6/19, she received the CT results:
CLINICAL INDICATION: Cancer of the salivary gland, mucoid epidermoid carcinoma, primary (C08.9)
TECHNIQUE: Pre and postcontrast imaging was obtained of the neck. 100 cc of Omnipaque 300 were administered without adverse reaction.
FINDINGS: There is a low-density lesion noted in the deep portion of the left parotid gland which measures 2.0 x 2.5 cm in transverse and AP dimension, and with a hypo enhancing center measuring approximately 1.6 x 1.1 cm. The lesion displaces the retromandibular vein anteriorly. The posterolateral aspect of the lesion obliterates the fat plane adjacent to the sternocleidomastoid muscle. The posteromedial border has a slight mass effect on the jugular vein The medial aspect of the lesion extends to the level of the anterior margin of the carotid although there appears to be a fat plane. The anteromedial border abuts the posterior margin of the mandible. The inferior margin of the lesion extends along the anteromedial margin of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. There are scattered lymph nodes noted more inferiorly.
Right parotid gland demonstrates grossly normal density with no focal lesions. The submandibular glands are grossly symmetric.
Included portion of brain parenchyma appears normal. The posterior nasopharynx is unremarkable. There is slight prominence of soft tissue in the tonsillar pillar. The vallecular and piriform sinuses appear normal peer vocal cord regions appear normal. Mild heterogeneous density is noted of the thyroid gland. No supraclavicular adenopathy is identified. No jugular chain adenopathy identified. Scattered lymph nodes are noted adjacent to the submandibular glands, left more than right, and scattered submental lymph nodes are also noted.
The lung apices are grossly clear. Spondylitic changes are noted involving the mid cervical spine.
IMPRESSION:1. 2.5 centimeter lesion in the deep left parotid gland as detailed above. Findings are suspicious for malignancy suggest mucoid epidermoid carcinoma or possibly adenoid cystic carcinoma given the low-density of the central portion of the lesion versus low-density from necrosis. Adjacent nonenlarged lymph nodes are noted at the inferior margin of the lesion along the jugular chain and elsewhere in the neck, with no gross adenopathy identified.
This woman had been Dr. Gonzalez’s patient on a general wellness/cancer prevention protocol from 2001-2015. Her Gonzalez Metabolic Type was Balanced, Type 8 and she enjoyed good health. After Dr. Gonzalez died in July 2015, she admitted to slacking off her customized protocol and doing it at about 70%. Since that summer of 2015, she had dealt with P.T.S.D. and some professional and personal traumas. She skipped a few quarterly prescribed liver flushes, stopped juicing, and drank 1-2 glasses of red wine a few nights a week.
On 8/22/19 when she received this cancer diagnosis, she took a day to process the news, regroup and pray for guidance. The next day she doubled down, recommitted to her protocol, and increased her pancreatic enzyme dosage from 6 to 16 enzymes, 5x a day (with and away from meals). This regime included setting her alarm and waking up in the middle of the night to take a critical dose of pancreatic enzymes on an empty stomach. Dr. Gonzalez believed in the trophoblast model of cancer where pancreatic enzymes break down the tumor. She started with a liver flush and then continued to do coffee enemas several times a day to detox and flush the tumor waste from her system.
She wrote in her journal on 9/13/19, just 20 days later:
I know that the increased dosage of pancreatic enzymes is working because I can actually see the tumor melt away! It used to bulge out next to my left ear and now I can barely see it. And I feel great.
I keep doing my protocol – my special diet, customized supplement program, pancreatic enzymes, and detox routines– plus I’m spending more time outside, walking on the beach and swimming every day.
Based on the CT results, my local ENT wants to do surgery and then three rounds of radiation. I refused radiation and when I mentioned my pancreatic enzymes his head almost exploded.
I think that even if this tumor is shrinking, it needs to come out, so I’m scheduled for surgery at the Mayo Clinic. There are apparently several major concerns with this surgery given how close the tumor is to my facial nerve and lymph nodes.
She sent her original CT scans to the Mayo Clinic and had parotid surgery on 9/26/19 with their chief otolaryngology-head and neck surgery specialist. He believed that he could remove the tumor and that she wouldn’t need radiation.
The surgery was conducted just 4 ½ weeks after her diagnosis. Afterwards, in her journal she reported:
I’ve been 100% compliant on my Gonzalez protocol and it worked! I knew it would! The tumor shrunk from 2.5 cm on 8/22/19 to just 1.0 cm on 9/26/19. Everything was benign. Lymph nodes and tumor mass.
Surgical Pathology Lab Details 9/26/23:
A) Left parotid gland with tumor, resection: Pleomorphic adenoma with patchy areas of mucinous and squamous metaplasia; negative for malignancy; the surgical margins are free; one (of 1) lymph node is benign.
B) Left level II lymph nodes, excision: Multiple (2) lymph nodes, negative for malignancy.
C) Left superior spinal accessory lymph node, biopsy: One lymph node, negative for malignancy.
D) Left posterior parotid tissue, excision: Benign parotid tissue without diagnostic abnormality.
In her hospital room the next day, her surgeon remarked that “the tumor was small, soft and mushy, almost runny.” He said he had never seen anything like it. When she pressed him for an explanation about the tumor’s size, its change in consistency and negative malignancy, he shook his head in bewilderment. He further explained that he simply didn’t know about the possible impact of her pancreatic enzymes but thought there may have been an error in the original needle biopsy diagnosis. Needle biopsies are skinny specimens that can get squashed while being removed from the body, and in processing. Some sorts of tissues are more prone to crush artifacts than others. This raises the questions:
- Was this a needle biopsy diagnosis error AND a CT scan mistake?
- Or was this another good outcome of a patient on The Gonzalez Protocol?
- Could Gonzalez’s protocol have put this patient in remission in just four and a half weeks and moved the cells back to their early path that wasn’t cancerous?
This case is particularly illustrative because we have both the scientific results and the patient’s own words about what they were doing and how they were feeling. We often find that patient stories are more memorable than statistics and there are several lessons to be learned from this case.
- Most importantly, you can’t expect a preventative cancer protocol to work if you don’t actually do it.
- You can physically address a cancer diagnosis on several fronts with surgery plus a nutrition, detox, and supplementation program.
- You need to get a second opinion and then consider your treatment options at each step in the process.
- A healthy, metabolically balanced person can be pushed into a more sympathetic dominant state and succumb to illness when faced with significant trauma.
- Sometimes a biopsy cancer diagnosis can be inaccurate.
- Having complete faith in the treatment that you choose is imperative and can make you victorious.
Cancer survivors often say that getting cancer was a gift. How can something so painful, so inconvenient and so disruptive be a blessing? When you believe that cancer is a signal, a wake-up call that your lifestyle is out of balance, it is empowering to realize that you can be a large part of your own healing. This patient found a non-toxic, natural cancer treatment solution that worked rather quickly and very effectively for her. May this woman’s story be a beckoning light of hope for others on this path.
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