Authors : Gerson Charlotte - Walker Morton
Title : The Gerson therapy The proven nutritional program for cancer and other illnesses
Year : 2006

Link download : Gerson_Charlotte_-_The_Gerson_therapy.zip

About the Authors. Charlotte Gerson, the youngest daughter of Max Gerson, M. D. , whom he lovingly addressed as "Lotte," was an assistant for her father in his work on an almost continuous basis. In the first edition of his book A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases, Dr. Gerson thanked her for giving help "wherever she could with great interest and understanding encouragement." Charlotte Gerson was born in Germany and underwent her early schooling there. When her family fled from Germany to Austria as a means of escaping what became the holocaust, Lotte attended school in a suburb of Vienna. Later, upon her father's moving the Gerson family to France, which he considered safer, she studied French and continued high school under the French educational system. Dr. Gerson practiced medicine in France for only· a short period under the Ii censure of another physician. Next, the Gersons emigrated to England to escape domination by the French Vichy government. Lotte continued school for a short time in London, where she started to learn English. She received her high school diploma in New York City, where the Gerson family finally felt safe and could settle down. Eventually Dr. Gerson established his medical practice on Park Avenue in Manhattan and at a clinic in Nanuet, a small town located between Suffern and Nyack in upstate New York. The young woman attended Smith College. She is literate in Spanish, which stands her in good stead since the Gerson Therapy was for close to twenty-five years primarily administered in Tijuana, Mexico, just across the border from San Diego, California. ...