About


The mission of the Gerson Research Organization is to conduct and publish the results of public-interest research into the role of nutrition- and vaccine-based immunotherapies in the management of cancer and other diseases, to publish public-interest educational materials, and to conduct public forums, lectures, and policy-reform campaigns focused on the role of nutrition in health, and dietotherapy and vaccines in disease management.

Gar Hildenbrand alternatives is a patient-advocacy function of the Gerson Research Organization, a nonprofit, public-benefit scientific research organization. St Andrews Clinic of Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, partners with the Gerson Research Organization to provide treatment. Thirty years of involvement, observation and assessment of alternative medical practices, providers and institutions in Mexico, the US, Canada, and Europe inform both our methodology and our politics. Our long-time US federal advisory work involving health-related agencies (the US Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, the Office of the Director of the National Institutes of Health, the Office of Alternative Medicine, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, the Food and Drug Administration, the Health Care Finance Administration, etc.) has led to our conviction that most standard and nonstandard methods of cancer management are limited in their effectiveness.

We have identified and integrated a number of non-proprietary cancer treatments, each of which has produced long-term disease-free survivals. The Gerson Research Organization collaborates with the oncology practice of St Andrews Clinic of Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, to make these effective cancer treatments available. While it is best to treat all cancers early, even if your disease is advanced and you have run out of standard treatment options, feel free to contact us. And please review the information and links to articles in this website.

The Gerson Research Organization is a US 501 (c)(3), tax-exempt, scientific research organization incorporated in 1993.