Alternate Cancer Remedies
the AMA, who flatly declared Glover’s serum to be utterly worthless. He added that as cancer was not a germ-borne disease, a serum treatment would accomplish nothing. “The cure of cancer otherwise than by sur- gery depends upon the discovery of its cause, and that remains as yet a mystery, through which only a few gleams of doubtful light have been cast.”
On June 11, the New York Times said that Glover, attending a medical convention in San Francisco, had announced that his serum was doubtful in value. The article concluded: “There is nothing in the Glover or any other cancer cure to warrant delaying surgery for a single day.”
sible cancer-alleviating herbs needs to be made in a controlled environment.
Working Summary: Unfortunately, we do not know what Evans’ herbal formula was.
This is the first mention, in this brief histori- cal overview, of a person who was not a medical doctor.
About the year 1905, a man named Evans in Cardigan, Wales, put together some herbs that people had used for years and gave it to one of his sons who had cancer. After that success, he and his sons gave it to neighbors, and their can- cers went into remission. Each time, they knelt and prayed earnestly for the Lord’s blessing. Prayer is powerful, especially when combined with simple, natural remedies.
But that was an incorrect report; for Glover had not backed down an inch. In spite of the fu- ror, several leading Philadelphia hospitals began injecting Glover’s serum into cancer patients, with good results.
At this point, we will conclude our report on Dr. Glover. The battle with the AMA continued for years. In 1940, Glover published his book, The Treatment of Cancer in Man, based on 237 can- cer cases, with follow-ups on 50 originally reported in 1926. The malignancies were meticulously de- scribed by site, operability, length of treatment, survival periods, etc.
By 1907, there had been enough success that the British Medical Journal printed two scathing attacks on the family and their efforts to help people.
Rees Evans, one of the sons, had been treat- ing cancer since 1919. Attacked by the medical societies, he requested an investigation in 1924.
When asked for the names of 20 patients, he gave 30 names and addresses. The committee later reported that it could not find any of them. In re- sponse, Evans announced that they had not tried to locate them, and a number had reported the fact to him.
Many cancer patients were alive and well 14 years after the treatment. This is all the more re- markable, since we are not told that Glover’s meth- ods included any changes in lifestyle.
The battle in England continued for years, and is far too lengthy to include here.
Here is a description of one individual’s expe- rience with the Evan’s treatment:
Dr. Glover’s virus theory of cancer preceded his development of a serum derived from horses, just as Durovic’s virus theory would later lead to his development of a horse serum (Krebiozen). Note the June 5, 1924, Times comment, above, that a serum would be worthless if microorgan- isms do not cause cancer. Yet the serum was reported to have worked!
In 1955, Dr. Stanley, of the University of Cali- fornia at Berkeley, was awarded the Nobel prize for identifying a cancer virus. The Swedish judges who awarded the prize were convinced, after care- ful examination, that Stanley had made a profound discovery which could benefit all of mankind.
Yet no clinical testing or treatment of humans, based on his research, have ever been carried out. Not one. The matter was left to die a quiet death.
Shortly after receiving a blow to her breast, a woman discovered a growth. After receiving no worthwhile help from a cancer specialist, she went to Evans. He told her that it might be healed in about 12 weeks; so then she agreed to a series of treatments. Using a soft brush, he applied a liq- uid, made from his herbal mixture, to her breast. This brought sensations of penetration, burning and pulling; yet this was relatively painless. A new application of the liquid was made six days a week, and the growth gradually rose to the surface and became hard and black. A lettuce leaf placed over the tumor turned black.
On the twelfth week, the roots of the cancer came out, leaving a crater underneath. Evans then treated that with another herbal solution. Gradu- ally, this also healed, leaving only a small scar.
REES EVANS, 1919
Note to researchers: To what extent is prayer and trust in divine power a factor in healing? Careful research needs to be made regarding this. In addition, a complete analysis of pos-
When she showed her healed breast to the phy- sician she had earlier gone to, he involuntarily ex- claimed, “Miraculous!” But, in order to keep the medical association from turning on him, the phy- sician later denied that the malignancy, which he had earlier diagnosed as such, had ever been can-