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The Power of Natural Healing

The Power of Natural Healing

Monday at 11 AM Pacific

March 31st 2014:The Power of Natural Healing with Charlotte Gerson

Howard's guest on TPONH for Monday will be Charlotte Gerson, in honor of her 92nd birthday. We'll be having a wide-ranging retrospective interview, touching on her life's work, her spectacularly talented, globe-trotting violinist granddaughter, the Gerson Institute (which just held an open house in its new facilities and in Charlotte's honor), the state of health, allopathic medicine and natural healing in the world today, and the health impacts of the broad attack on our survival by corporate and governmental entities.

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Charlotte Gerson

Charlotte Gerson is the youngest of Dr. Max Gerson’s three daughters, and the one who took the most active interest in continuing his legacy of healing and restoring life to so many declared “hopeless” or “terminal” by conventional medicine. After Dr. Gerson’s death in 1959, Charlotte continued publishing his book, eventually selling more than 250,000 in many languages around the world. In 1978, Charlootte co-founded the Gerson Institute and provided the knowledge for interested physicians in Mexico to found several clinics over the past 30+ years. Charlotte has authored several books on the Gerson Therapy, including The Gerson Therapy, Healing the Gerson Way, Healing Diabetes: th
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