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Cancer" with Dale
Maxwell, ChT, NLP
Published in 1967, by Dr William Kelley, DDS ,
150,000 bought the book, 33,000 were cured* by this
method - long term.(*so
it states in the book)
This method holds that the
damaged pancreas can't put out enough digestive enzymes
to dissolve naturally occurring cancer cells, so we get
tumors. Enzyme replacement, detoxification, and
individualized dietary protocols, are Dr. Kelley's way to
a cancer cure. The Dr. found 12 different metabolic
types from raw food vegan needs, to almost complete
carnivorous, and one with a need for cooked food at a
smorgasbord 3-4 times a week. He developed a
comprehensive questionnaire to determine your type. Dale
Maxwell has coached folks on this material for over 10
If you have bruises slow to go away,
Bacteria, Parasites, Viruses
you may Pancreatic
book and video
Dale Maxwell and his wife Bonnie have
help to republish the book by giving Dr. Kelly a
computer in the late '90's, both support users of the
protocols, with products, and information. They
are mostly responsible for book updated edition, Cancer:
Curing the Incurable Without Surgery, Chemotherapy or
Radiation (2001) and is now available on the net no
charge as was Dr. Kelley's desire.
Dr. Kelly, Alternative Cancer
By Ralph W. Moss, PhD
William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS, one
of the most significant figures in the history of
alternative cancer treatments, passed away on January
30, 2005, at the age of 79. The cause of death was
congestive heart failure. He had a long history of heart
problems, with severe rhythm disturbances, beginning in
Dr. Kelley was born on November 1,
1925 on an 80-acre "dirt farm" in Winfield, Kansas. His
father had died young of a heart attack and, during the
Great Depression, his mother raised three sons alone.
All three sons went to college, then graduate school,
and became successful professionals.
Kelley was an unusual child. He once told me that when
he was three he had a vision of Jesus approaching him,
as he was playing in a sandpile. He took him up into his
arms and instructed him to become a medical missionary.
Kelley later moved to Texas and studied at Baylor
University. Under the influence of his father-in-law, he
became a successful orthodontist, working 12 to 14 hours
per day putting braces on the teeth of the children of
Grapevine, Texas. He and his first wife adopted four
children and lived the typical suburban existence of the
1950s. In what little spare time he had he restored
antique cars. Always a determined worker, he practically
lived on candy bars and other junk food.
1960, his health began to deteriorate. The first thing
he noticed was diminishing eyesight. He also developed
muscle cramps and chest pains and went into a severe
mental depression. The culmination came in 1964, when he
suffered acute gastric distention and was hospitalized.
A series of X rays showed the signs of advancing
pancreatic cancer, including lesions in his lungs, hip
and liver. His surgeon refused to operate, saying that
Kelley had only four to eight weeks to live. The doctors
were so certain of their diagnosis that they felt no
need to take a biopsy of the tumor, an omission that was
to hound Kelley in later years.
Kelley was ready
to give up, but his redoubtable frontier mother came
from Kansas to rescue him. She threw out the junk food
and meat and instructed him to eat only fresh and raw
fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and seeds. After
several months, Kelley began to feel better. He was even
able to return to work. In a health food store he then
discovered the work of dietary pioneer, Max Gerson, who
had written the book, Cancer Therapy: Fifty Cases, which
advocated a similar program.
After six or seven
months, however, Kelley stopped improving and developed
severe digestive problems, probably from the advancing
cancer. He therefore began taking pancreatic enzymes, at
first simply to aid his digestion. He eventually
increased the dose to 50 enzyme capsules per day. He
then discovered the work of the Scottish embryologist,
John Beard, DSc, who early in the 20th century had
postulated that pancreatic enzymes were a natural
control for cancer. He also encountered the writings of
Dr. Edward Howell, author of Enzyme Nutrition, and an
early apostle of the raw plant food diet. In time,
Kelley healed from his own disease and went on to treat
over 30,000 other patients.
discovered that while many people did well on this diet,
others did not. His second wife, Susie, was one of
these. It turned out that she needed rare red meat in
order to control her severe allergies. Thus was born
Kelley's concept of the Metabolic Type, in which
different people, because of genetic heritage and
environmental factors, had different requirements for
vegetarian or carnivorous diets, raw and/or cooked.
Kelley was influenced in his thinking about meat by the
work of Vilhjamur Steffanson, the Harvard-trained
explorer who, among other things, had shown that the
Eskimo remained cancer-free on a fatty red meat diet.
One Answer to Cancer
Kelley was the author of
several books, including his self-help book, One Answer
to Cancer, first published in 1967, and an updated
edition, Cancer: Curing the Incurable Without Surgery,
Chemotherapy or Radiation (2001). His tests for cancer
included the Kelley Enzyme Test and the Kelley Index of
Malignancy. In 1970, Kelley was convicted of practicing
medicine without a license, and in 1976 the courts
suspended his dental license for 5 years. For a while in
the late 1970s he worked in a clinic south of Tijuana.
Dr. Kelley's high point of fame came in 1980, when
he treated the popular US film actor Steve McQueen for
advanced mesothelioma, a form of chest and abdomen
cancer generally caused by asbestos exposure. McQueen
died after undergoing surgery in 1980. Kelley later
claimed that McQueen had actually been cured, but then
murdered because he "was going to blow the lid off of
the cancer racket." In the public's mind, however, this
failure dealt a blow to all of Kelley's claims of
success with cancer.
In the 1970s, Kelley was
reasonable in his statements about medical orthodoxy
and, although he appreciated the difficulties of
changing America's life style, looked forward to a fair
and proper evaluation of his method. As time progressed,
however, he became increasingly despondent, realizing
that this would probably never happen.
became increasingly paranoid. In the 1980s, he moved to
rural Washington state. His marriage to Susie had broken
up, he lost control of his once-thriving organization,
and his mental and physical health began to deteriorate
as well. In the late 1980s, he and his then-companion, a
cardiologist named Carol Morrison, MD, whom he had
allegedly cured of breast cancer, moved to rural
Pennsylvania. I visited them twice in the small town of
Saxonburg, north of Pittsburgh. I found this couple - a
former successful orthodontist and board-certified heart
specialist - living in a small rented bungalow on Water
Street. They were surviving on Dr. Kelley's monthly
Social Security check.
Kelley was a shadow of his
former self. Although he still did coffee enemas every
day, he had reverted to drinking huge bottles of Coke,
to which he ascribed health-giving properties. He and
Dr. Morrison seemed only tangentially interested in
medicine. They were too busy running their daisy-wheel
printer day and night, churning out racist and
anti-Semitic tracts! It was hard to connect this bitter
wreck of a man with the vibrant individual of earlier
Enter Dr. Gonzalez
It was around
that time that Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD, a recent
graduate of Cornell Medical College, first came to
prominence in New York as a practitioner of Dr. Kelley's
methods. Gonzalez was always scrupulous in crediting
Kelley for his contribution to his own work. Yet the
Kelley I that met in 1990 seethed with anger at the
world, and particularly at those who had tried to help
him, including Dr. Gonzalez. Soon afterwards, Kelley
even sued Gonzalez in a vituperative nuisance suit. The
suit was dismissed, with some unkind words from the
judge. After Morrison died, Kelley moved back to his
mother's Kansas farm, where his "strange eventful
history" had begun almost 80 years before.
to sum up Kelley's contribution, Dr. Gonzalez wrote the
"Over the years, just about anything
that could ever be said about anybody, good bad and
indifferent, has been said about William Donald Kelley.
Regardless of how true or untrue such statements might
be, my wish is that he be remembered for what he truly
was, a very brilliant man who sacrificed all personal
happiness for what he believed to be the truth. Like so
many other brilliant men he fit in nowhere and generated
controversy, adulation and scorn for much of his adult
life wherever he went and whatever he did.
world certainly treated him poorly, and too often in his
later years he responded in kind. His faults, like his
strengths, are legion and extraordinary and he lived an
eccentric life, always on the fringe; at one point
during the early 1990s, I heard he was scavenging food
out of dumpsters. Despite all this, I have always
remained focused, and continue to remain so, on his
unique ability to see a truth no one else could see, and
stick with it regardless of the cost.
day I first met him, in a chiropractor's office in
Queens, in July of 1981, after my second year of medical
school, his one goal, his one wish was to have his work
properly evaluated and tested, so that if it proved of
value, it could be integrated into the mainstream of
orthodox medicine. That was to me, whatever was to
happen in our own relationship, and whatever he was to
say about me in recent years, always an honorable goal,
one which I took seriously and continue to work toward.
"In my estimation, Kelley, in his scientific
thinking, was light years ahead of the rest of us, both
orthodox and alternative. He deserves our respect for
his accomplishments, for his trials and severe
tribulations, and our forgiveness for his foibles.
Someday, I believe his thoughts about the nature of
cancer and human disease will become the foundation of a
new medicine, not merely a fringe footnote, and the
world will remember him at that time with well deserved
appreciation. For now, let's remember him kindly, with
gratitude for what he did and what he tried to do."
--Ralph W. Moss, PhD
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