Surviving end-stage liver cancer with the Gorter treatment: A patient’s perspective

Willem Kloosterboer describes his successful recovery of end-stage liver cancer with the Gorter protocol.  The concepts and treatment protocol of this non-invasive treatment with hyperthermia and dendritic cell vaccination is described our book Fighting Cancer: A non-toxic approach to treatment. The short documentary is in Dutch with English subtitles.

Surviving end state cancer

Video link for this video:  https://vimeo.com/63555498

Additional documentaries from cancer patients sharing their experience as they experienced total remission. All these patients were in the final & last stages of their disease and are now  have lived for years and years cancer free. These patients are followed up every two years.

One of the remarkable documentary is of a boat tour  through the Amsterdam canals with about 50 Dutch patients. These are all people who had stage four terminal cancer are interviewed while on the boat. It is heart warming to hear them say:  “8 years ago I was told to have 2 to 3 months maximum to live and now I am cancer free since years and never thought I could make a boat trip like this at that time”  To see the videos click on the following link:

https://vimeo.com/channels/mcctestimonials/page:1


One Comment on “Surviving end-stage liver cancer with the Gorter treatment: A patient’s perspective”

  1. Alice Penner says:

    Wonderful post! Gorter Protocol, an integrative, nontoxic approach to cancer treatment that mobilizes the immune system. I guess it is one of the most effective and quickest way of cancer treatment. Doctors in cancer treatment Europe are already using this treatment.


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