Dying to Have Known

Dying to Have Known

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Director: Steve Kroschel

Cast: Steve Kroschel

     
 
Documentary filmmaker Steve Kroschel asks whether the long-suppressed form of cancer treatment known as Gerson Therapy could truly be as effective as some cancer survivors claim in this film that offers a wide array of testimonies from medical specialists, health experts, and patients. More than seventy five years after being proven to cure degenerative disease,

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Documentary filmmaker Steve Kroschel asks whether the long-suppressed form of cancer treatment known as Gerson Therapy could truly be as effective as some cancer survivors claim in this film that offers a wide array of testimonies from medical specialists, health experts, and patients. More than seventy five years after being proven to cure degenerative disease, Gerson Therapy is still virtually unknown to the masses - but why? In order to seek out an answer to this question, Kroschel travels across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, across the United States, and through Japan, Holland, and Mexico to speak with a wide variety of scientists, nutritionists, surgeons, and patients who have witnessed the powerful effects of Gerson Therapy firsthand.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/13/2009
UPC:
0881394106628
Original Release:
2006
Source:
Cinema Libre
Region Code:
0
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:20:00

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Disc #1 -- Dying to Have Known
2. The Decision [4:34]
3. The History [7:25]
4. Howard's Neighborhood [:41]
5. Dr. Dean Edell [4:37]
6. Mexican Patients [4:59]
7. Dr. Wallace Sampson [3:51]
8. The Institute Investigation [3:05]
9. Prince Charles and Europe [4:58]
10. New York City [3:14]
11. Dr. Stephen Barrett [2:12]
12. T. Colin Campbell [3:33]
13. Rodale Institute [2:35]
14. Dr. Andrew Saul [4:42]
15. Heart Disease [3:33]
16. Oldest Patient [2:18]
17. Medical Cover-Up? [:35]
18. Minnesota Homecoming [1:21]
19. Motana Decision [5:36]
20. Japanese Science [7:19]
21. Alaska, Day 52 [1:14]
22. What Matters [2:06]
23. Rest of the Story [3:06]

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Dying to Have Known 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent Introduction to the common sense that re-creating vibrant health is achieved with organic plant based nutrition, and detoxifying using Coffee Enemas. "conventional" cancer treatment is an expensive disaster, very profitable for the cancer industry.. Dis-ease cannot co-exist in a well nourished body with empowering beliefs. Steve Kroschel has done a great presentation.