Suzanne Somers says last Sunday’s “Dateline NBC” brought a ray of positive exposure to alternative medicine.
But the doctors it showcased are still feeling a little singed.
An episode titled “Suzanne Somers: A Dose of Controversy” examined the alternative therapies of two doctors interviewed in Somers’ 2009 book, “Knockout: Interviews With Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer and How To Prevent Getting It In the First Place.”
It noted the strong patient and anecdotal support for Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, who uses biologically active peptides, called antineoplastons, to treat patients with aggressive brain tumors in FDA-controlled clinical trials, and Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, who uses diet, enzyme therapy and a detoxification routine including coffee enemas to treat Stage IV pancreatic cancer patients. Continue reading →