Common Sense Approach to Cancer and Autoimmune and Other Illnesses

I have been practicing for 53.5 years and retrospectively have analyzed the effectiveness of many diagnostic testing procedures. In comparison to blood testing, CT Scans, MRI, and many other systems, the overall conclusion is that energy medicine techniques are incredibly more accurate.


Because energy medicine techniques evaluate the root cause of the problem and not the body’s reaction, for example, having an elevated A1C blood value does not reveal the cause of the increased inflammation. Having an elevated alkaline phosphatase does not reveal the underlying cause for the liver inflammation. Treating the patient with toxic drugs to manipulate the blood values is illogical.

In the 1980s, when Ronald Reagan was president, he was diagnosed with colon cancer. The president could have been treated by the Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson, Johns Hopkins, and even Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital, but he chose to go to Germany and be treated by a world-renowned medical doctor, Han Nieper.

Dr. Nipper was a proponent of energy medicine. He used divining rods as part of his diagnostic testing. The big advantage of using energy testing is that one can define the causative factors by identifying the initiators in the organs or tissues causing the problem. Conventional blood tests only evaluate whatever is floating in the blood in a small volume taken for testing. Whatever is trapped within the tissues or organs goes undetected. The end result was President Reagan’s colon cancer was cured and the FDA banned Dr. Nipper from entering the US for fifteen years.

What does that tell you?

Approximately nine years ago, my daughter was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease, a so-called autoimmune problem. When my daughter told her endocrinologist that her father was going to treat her autoimmune problem alternatively, he replied that it didn’t work. The doctor’s approach to solving my daughter’s overactive thyroid gland was to suppress it with a drug, Tapazole.

My energetic testing diagnosed the presence of Epstein Barr virus trapped within her thyroid. The virus was the initiator for causing the overactive thyroid.

Interestingly, the endocrinologist’s blood tests were all normal three months after the virus was removed with natural food-based supplements and Rife frequencies. Unfortunately, the doctor’s curiosity was not peaked, and he never called me to find out how I treated the patient—just another example of how the traditional medical community ignores the benefits of natural medicine.

Treating physician: Dr. Gerald H. Smith, Integrative Medical Doctor


About The Author

Dr. Gerald H. Smith is certified by the World Organization for Natural Medicine to practice natural medicine globally. He is also a certified dental practitioner. His broad base of post-graduate training in dentistry and natural medicine enabled him to integrate many health care specialties.