Kirk Hamilton interviews Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez a graduate of Cornell University Medical College in 1983. After his internship, he completed a fellowship training in immunology under Robert A. Good, M.D. Ph.D., considered by many to be the "father" of modern immunology. Dr. Gonzalez began researching nutritional approaches to cancer treatment while a medical student, and, completed his investigation of the enzyme therapy in cancer while an immunology fellow. Dr. Gonzalez's work on cancer was recently reviewed in Suzanne Somers new book Knockout, and he was on Larry King Live on October 23. 2009 with Suzanne Somers and other physician panelists. His new book, co-athored with his colleague Dr. Linda Isaacs, is entitled - The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer - reviews Dr. Beard's, an embryologist, early work and discovery of enzyme therapy in cancer. Dr. Gonzalez reviews his journey of investigating Dr. Beard's work, as well as Dr. Kelley's, who put this novel cancer treatment approach into real clinical practice. Dr. Gonzalez completes this interview with his own successful case studies, and the history of the science, and politics, of attempting to bring this novel cancer therapy into mainstream medicine.
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