One Answer to Cancer
by William Kelley 
This publication has been updated by Dr. Kelley. His Metabolic Paradigm is as true and effective today as it has been over the past 30 years. For those who can afford to come to Dr. Kelley for Metabolic Counselling, he formulates and produces the Metabolic Nutritional Supplements. For the thousands who cannot come to Dr. Kelley, it should be noted he supervises and formulates the Supplements (College of Metabolic Medicines Formulas) listed and approved in this publication. Taking any other brand of nutritional supplements could be dangerous and in addition, ineffective.
William Kelley (Biography)
|Creating health has been the life's work of Dr. William Donald Kelley. With degrees obtained from Baylor University, the University of Alabama and the Unversity of West Virginia in dentistry, orthodontics, chemistry, physiology, biology, education and a strong background in nutrition, he is uniquely qualified to design the holistic healing programs that have been so successful with his patients, most of whom were suffering from degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, allergies and arthritis. Formerly an orthodonist, Dr. Kelley is a metabolic researcher and the creator of four of holistic medicine's most advanced concepts: Non-specific Metabolic Therapy, the Science of Optimum Health, Metabolic Ecology, and Metabolic Typing - a concept Linda Clark of the prestigious Price-Pottenger Foundation calls "the most important nutritional discovery in the last 150 years." |
Dr. Kelley first applied his metabolic programs - complete systems aimed at improving the function of the total body, stimulating the immune response and preventing further health breakdowns - on his own family. He helped his children overcome serious allergy and asthma problems and solved his own health problem, metastasized pancreatic cancer, which is generally considered incurable. Upon being told that he couldn't recover with conventional therapies, he intensified his study of metabolic medicine, attempting to find a way his own body could elimate the disease. Ridding himself of his disease was only the first of many "impossible" jobs that Dr. Kelley has done in the last 25 years.
Dr. Kelley is a man of no small ambition. "If we don't change the whole course of health care, we won't have accomplished a thing," he was recently quoted as saying. To accomplish this, he works on a consulting basis with several research organizations and a rapidly growing nationwide network of doctors who use his methods. He is also a consultant to a 160-acre farm and a food processing plant in the Cascade Mountains where they are trying to find ways of growing and preserving food that will make it "the strong medicine God intended it to be."