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Dr. Paul Anderson consults on:

  • Synergistic metabolic therapies
  • Ganglioneuroma & mature cancer cells
  • Ketogenic vs. fruit sugar approaches
  • Neurological tumors
  • DCA efficacy for cancer & safety

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As it relates directly to this podcast and everything we do online the other thing that’s happened to us recently which I believe I did mention in the intro to the last episode before we went dark was our son Ryder’s own MRI not going exactly the way we wanted it.  He’s got a remaining mass on the inside of and around his spine that everyone was pretty well convinced was just dead scar tissue at this point but a portion on the outside of the spine had grown a bit over the past year since his last scan.  

So, with that, everything we’ve done online has been a result of our son being diagnosed with cancer in the first place obviously and documenting what we learn along the way but with this MRI this is getting taken to the next level.  So a lot of what you see and hear us do is going to be directly recording conversation we’re having or actions we’re taking pertaining to Ryder’s healing.  As that relates to this podcast specifically you’re going to hear actual conversations we’re having with naturopathic doctors and healers of all kinds in addition to the more classical style of interviews you’re used to and that is what we have here for this episode today.

Doctor Paul Anderson makes his third appearance on the show right after being the first ever second time guest but this time it’s in a more consultative role picking up where he left off as Ryder’s original and best I might add naturopathic oncologist.

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