Censored for Curing Cancer

Dr. Max Gerson developed a diet protocol that proved to cure cancer and other chronic diseases.
He was questioned by the US Congress and eventually censured and jailed by the state authorities of New York. Years later, he was poisoned with arsenic, and would not survive. S.J. Haught, a reporter for the National Enquirer went out to write a story about a quack, but ended up changing his perspective, as he get to know the real story of Dr. Gerson.
It changed his mind and it changed the story, but the editors of the paper were surprised and not happy. The story never published.
Here, S.J. Haught tells us what happened and what he found during his investigation.

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