Dying to Have Known

Dying to Have Known

A documentary filmmaker goes on a 52-day journey to find evidence supporting the effectiveness of the Gerson Therapy -- a long-suppressed natural cancer cure. His travels take him from Alaska to Mexico with stops in San Diego, New York, Japan, Holland and Spain. In the end, he presents the testimonies of patients, scientists, surgeons and nutritionists who testify to the therapy s efficacy in curing cancer and other degenerative diseases, and presents the hard scientific proof to back up their claims. Testimonies include: a Japanese medical school professor who cured himself of liver cancer over 15 years ago, a lymphoma patient who was diagnosed as terminal over 50 years ago as well as from noted critics of this world-renowned healing method who dismiss it out of hand as pure quackery. So the question that remains is, Why is this powerful curative therapy still suppressed, more than 75 years after it was clearly proven to cure degenerative diseases?

Master filmmaker Steve Kroschel, intrigued by a stunning statement from his last documentary, sets out to find hard evidence of the effectiveness of the Gerson Therapy, a long-suppressed ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dying to Have Known torrent reviews

Stephen T (ru) wrote: I haven't heard anything about it, but it looks at least to be a good rental.

Ross H (au) wrote: Just a nice little film. Nothing major but for some reason the characters and the story were refreshing to me when I saw it. Try it out!

Victoria W (jp) wrote: Fun little flick, while not ultimately THAT interesting. And Julie Andrews is marvellous.

Noname (ca) wrote: I saw this many times before and enjoyed it at that time. Its about a young guy training karate and he isnt to good. But he asked bruce lee for help and he appear as a ghost and help him (sounds weird i guess) :) . Van Damme have a small role here aswell. Anyway okey martial art movie.

Joyce R (it) wrote: Queer love triangleugly bloke spreads self too thinstudy in tension

Lee H (ag) wrote: if you like drugs, you'll love More! But seriously...this is a haunting, but unshowy look at naive hedonism and lost paradise in Ibiza. No one does anthropological character studies with the same brio as Schroeder

rachel w (ca) wrote: dis film is just so faunny in places i lv da carry ons dey are so funny. dis film is 1 of ma fave carry ons.

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