Second edition available
In the book, “The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer,” discover the story of how Dr. John Beard developed an effective treatment for cancer in the early 1900s. The analysis by Drs. Nicholas Gonzalez and Linda Isaacs explains Beard’s underlying theory from the perspective of contemporary molecular biology and explores his pioneering use of pancreatic enzymes for cancer treatment. Learn how modern science confirms much of Beard’s thesis about the origins of cancer and how Gonzalez and Isaacs have treated cancer patients with their specially designed pancreatic enzymes. Ten years ago, Gonzalez and Isaacs published “The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer.” This second edition includes an afterword by Isaacs and a journal article by Dr. Colin Ross about the trophoblast model of cancer. Gonzalez was a resident of Sanibel and New York City before he passed unexpectedly in 2015. His wife, Mary Beth, has published five books by him in the past four years and founded The Nicholas Gonzalez Foundation devoted to preserving his legacy and work. “The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer – One Solution to the Medical Enigma of our Time” is available on Amazon in hardcover.