Friday, April 17, 2015

Social Media Lies and the Case of Britt McHenry

Okay, so Britt McHenry is a not a wellness blogger.  If you're like me, then you have probably never even heard of her.  In fact, the only reason I know about her is because she had an epic meltdown at a tow yard and the whole thing was caught on camera.  She is a sports reporter for ESPN, and like all people with a career on television, she has a strong social media presence.  She has a sweet blog where she implores women to place intelligence above looks.  Indeed, she is so supportive of this notion that she bravely posts of photo of herself without (gasp!) make-up. She rails against sexism and opines that it is no wonder that there is still such an issue with gender equality when women are expected to sexually debase themselves in order to sell cheeseburgers.  Her blog also has the usual stuff about loving yourself, living in the moment, and being positive.  Why this Britt woman seems like such a great lady!  What a wonderful way to use her fame to inspire other women to be better people.  There are also some really lovely pictures of her smiling authentically and posing with people who seem delighted to be in her presence.  She must be super!  All young women should go to her for inspiration.  I mean, she is just such a wonderful human being!  It is obvious from the stuff she puts on her blog that she is!

Well, it turns out that in reality, and not in the fantasy that is social media, Britt McHenry does not feel that way at all.  She is actually looksist, elitist, and mean.  She is a nasty person who looks down on other people, especially fat women who work in blue-collar jobs.  She cusses out strangers, and flips the bird when she gets upset.  And it was all caught on camera.

At the tow yard, she blasts the woman working there for "having no education, no skill set," telling her that being at that place "makes her skin crawl" and reminding the woman that "I have a brain and you don't."  The other woman cannot be seen, but ostensibly she does not have Hollywood veneers like Britt, who goes on to conclude that "maybe if [she] were missing some teeth" that they would hire her to work there.  But that is not enough for her, she further goes on to tell the attendant, "I'm on television and you're in a f**king trailer, honey."  Never fear though, for Britt has a final bit of advice for the woman so that she can come closer to being as fantastic as Britt.  "Lose some weight, baby girl," she admonishes, before stomping off.  On her final exit from the tow yard, she flips off the camera as she leaves.

Now I get it.  Having your car towed sucks.  It is a big hassle and you essentially feel held hostage by the tow company until you pay to get your car out.  You probably missed appointments, and worst of all your transportation has been taken from you.  Maybe you felt that you had parked legally and so you're feeling like the whole thing is a massive injustice on top of it all.  Perhaps you get a little snippy with the people working there.  Sure, we all lose our cool sometimes.  But what Britt did went far beyond just "losing her cool."  Would any of you talk to another person like this, no matter how stressful the situation?  I doubt it.  You might utter an uncalled for "goddamnit" or perhaps you might inform the person working there that you find the fine too high, or that you had a lot of stuff to do that day, but would you insult their appearance, their job and the conditions of their workplace?  Only a person who goes about her life thinking that way would do that.  Britt, it turns out, has a very negative and sad mind.  Her outlook on life is actually snobbish and mean.  Her "sweet" look is just a cover for a person who throws the word "f**k" at a perfect stranger and then fat-shames her so that she can regain the upper hand.  She is quite simply, just not a very good person.

I use this case to illustrate the problem with social media and how is it easy for a person to manipulate their image.  This is the biggest problem with the current social media wellness bloggers. Their image is created entirely through social media, and likely has very little connection to reality. At least Britt McHenry just asks athletes what it took to win the game; wellness bloggers tell people how to cure cancer.

49 comments:

  1. This woman is horrid.. I bet she just wants to crawl under a rock right about now.
    And why does she assume, the tow yard worker has no degree? I currently work in retail, yet I have two degrees.
    I agree that social media makes it so easy for people to manipulate their own image. It comes to mind, when I saw Jess Ainscough in person at a café.. probably about a year ago.. she looked highly self conscious and was constantly pulling her sleeve down over her bad arm.. it was a far cry from the image I had seen online.

    http://www.mamamia.com.au/lifestyle/photoshop-holiday/

    About a woman who faked a holiday by manipulating photos etc.. its interesting

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  2. What a delightful human.

    If that many nasty comments can easily seep from your mouth without pause, it's pretty clear you are not a good person.

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    1. Exactly. She said "'In an intense and stressful moment, I allowed my emotions to get the best of me." But we all have "intense and stressful moments" all the time, and most of us don't systematically humiliate people less privileged than us.

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    2. And I'm sure it was a pretty intense and stressful moment for the poor lady on the receiving end, but she didn't lose her sense of decency!

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  3. She may have been angry, but in no way did she look like she had lost her cool and was saying things she didn't mean in the heat of the moment. Those insults cases to her with the ease that only frequent use brings.

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  4. Latest from CMF:

    If you're in Australia, tune into Channel 9's Weekend Today show this morning where I'll be talking to the beautiful Jess about my story
    I'll also post the online link as soon as it becomes available

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  5. I wrote the following e-mail to Channel 9:

    Hello,

    You have an upcoming discussion with Candice Marie Fox on Weekend Today show. Please be aware that her thyroid cancer story is not true and she is building a business based on false claims that she healed her own cancer with alternative methods.

    1) She could have only been stage I or stage II with almost 100% cure rate and she had standard treatment (surgery and radioactive iodine treatment) that worked in the expected way.
    2) She is misrepresenting her diagnosis, claiming to have been terminal. This is a lie.
    3) She is misleading other vulnerable cancer patients down the path of quackery and threatening their health.

    In the context of Belle Gibson and Jessica Ainscough (which you must have heard about unless you live under a rock) both having built a business on promotion of dangerous quackery and being aided by irresponsible journalists, please exercise due diligence and professional journalism.

    I am a thyroid cancer survivor myself and I analyzed her story here: http://realitybasedmedicine.blogspot.com/2015/04/a-thyroid-cancer-survivor-questions.html based on Candice's own words.

    The purpose of the common initiative in that blog is to protect other vulnerable cancer patients by analyzing sensational alternative cancer cure stories. The initial post about Candice Marie Fox was here: http://realitybasedmedicine.blogspot.com/2015/03/demand-truth-from-candice-marie-fox.html and there are several other posts about her.

    Please be responsible and professional for the sake of public safety.

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    1. Well done, Auma. I hope you hear back!

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  6. Somehow I don't have high hopes. As far as I understand, it is the same news company that owns Daily Mail and released her story in the first place.

    Did you get a response to your e-mail about that article?

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  7. http://postimg.org/image/auodaaamh/ (screenshot, will probably be deleted)

    It looks like Candice is grasping at straws, hoping to find anything she could use to convince laypeople of her outrageous claims. Now she is saying that her own oncologist called this a spread that happened after radiation, which is complete bollocks.

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  8. It is heartbreaking to read so many stories of people refusing chemo etc on the Healthy Candy FB page. It's even worse that they are thanking and praising her for inspiring them.

    She's leading them off a cliff and it's tragic to watch.

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  9. Hi everyone, I've been keeping up with this blog for a while. Just wondering if anyone has put it to Candice to directly answer how she can prove it's not the radiation that cured her? Has she actually explained how she initially stated it would take 6-9 months to see results and then in that space claimed to have healed herself? I know she's deleting posts so I probably missed it. I'm really interested to see how she addresses this 'plot hole' as it seems to be the crux of her claim: how can she prove it wasn't the radiation and it was the fruit?
    I would post and ask her myself but I think posting from my personal account would open a can of worms as there are few people who I know that may be upset with me for posting it.
    I'm just intrigued how she explains that 6-9 month period she initially mentions -so she must have had some understanding it would take some time - and then completely refuses to acknowledge this in order to claim 'self-healing'.

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  10. Hi Vicky,

    To me it looks like her claim now is that radiation did not work because it supposedly spread the cancer, which is not true. Candice either does not understand tests or is knowingly lying about this. She seems to be saying that in a scan right after RAI a new and sudden cancer spread was identified (caused by surgery/RAI), when this is not the case - such a scan may simply show areas not seen before in other visual diagnostic tests, false positives, etc. Because she has no proof of being "fatal" and her documents can only show stage I or stage II cancer, this is how she is spinning it.

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    1. P.S.
      I wrote about that spread here: http://realitybasedmedicine.blogspot.com/2015/04/a-thyroid-cancer-survivor-questions.html

      In many centers, pre- and post-RAI whole body scans (WBS) are performed routinely on patients undergoing RAI for DTC. After surgery and prior to RAI delivery a pre-RAI WBS is performed with either 123I or 131I to identify remnant thyroid tissue and residual local or distant metastatic thyroid cancer. Post-RAI WBS is primarily done to identify metastatic disease not seen by the pre-RAI scan.

      Therefore, if Candice had iodine uptake in right lung, additional neck lymph nodes and upper chest, this is not considered cancer spreading. Whatever these lit up areas were, they could have been there all along, but were not detected in the other types of visual imaging tests she had. Also, as far as I understand, complete evaluation of areas that light up in the WBS scan is not instant, it takes time to see the changes in thyroglobulin cancer marker after the administration of radioactive iodine. To me it looks like Candice did not realize the differences in diagnostic methods and maybe thought that radiation and surgery caused a sudden spread of cancer in lung, neck and chest, because she was not aware of these locations before.
      Even if all of this iodine uptake corresponds with metastatic spread, according to the TNS staging system, papillary thyroid cancer with a spread to lungs is T3N1M1, thus stage II. Not stage IV, not terminal, not deadly. 5 year survival rate for treated stage II papillary thyroid cancer is also excellent.

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  11. Has anyone looked at this one?
    http://www.cancertowellness.com

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  12. Hi Amy
    This one popped up around the same time e as Jess and Belle. I tweeted a few times but no response. Another case of conventional treatment curing and then being shunned as being evil. She seems to be another MLM B-School or similar graduate selling utter rubbish. Here is a link to her appearance on the ABC news report.

    http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2015/s4207797.htm


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    1. That ABC report was a too gentle, I thought. They should have asked Wilson and Matheson some hard questions. You'd think they'd have learned their lesson from the Belle Gibson debacle by now.

      And I don't think I've ever seen anything less appetising to drink than that glass of green slime.

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    2. Is there any detail about her treatment anywhere?

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  13. AWW to publish interview will Belle Gibson this Thursday. Typical narcissist, couldn't just make a statement, no had to be published in the Women's Weekly.

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  14. News Limited appear to have seen the AWW piece, and quote quite extensively from it:
    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/belle-gibson-no-none-of-it-is-true/story-fniym874-1227315232565

    My pick of the direct quotes:
    “In the last two years I have worked every single day living and raising up an online community of people who supported each other ... I understand the confusion and the suspicion, but I also know that people need to draw a line in the sand where they still treat someone with some level of respect or humility — and I have not been receiving that.”

    Got it? We have failed her.

    Having encountered a person with Muchausen's, they actively seek out medical attention, and don't do it for money or personal gain. More here:
    http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/Munchausen_syndrome

    The PR company wrangling Belle Gibson pro bono may want to help a troubled young woman out of a jam, but from all the comments on the stories in the press so far, her rehabilitation is going to take a lot more tweaking.

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    1. And my 'favourite' is

      "Above anything, I would like people to say, ‘Okay, she’s human. She’s obviously had a big life. She’s respectfully come to the table and said what she’s needed to say, and now it’s time for her to grow and heal.’”

      She is still using the same nauseating 'wellness" language. I have a feeling she might turn this new twist of her saga into another business opportunity. Watch out for the book/app called "How I healed myself from terminal lying".

      Julia

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  15. She is playing the victim and lacks remorse, just like Lance Armstrong did when he was caught lying. The Women's Weekly should be donating part of the revenue they make from the story, not profiting from it. After all, Belle's profile was able to rise because of mags like the Women's Weekly. We should start a campaign :)

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  16. Excellent article...

    http://boingboing.net/2015/04/22/wellness-guru-belle-gibson.html

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  17. Does anyone have screen shots from the mag of the aww interview with Belle? I've heard there is some 'floating' around online but I can't find it. Thanks

    Elli

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    1. The Facebook page Belle Gibson Uncovered said they would have it and post it at some point.

      Hey Violet, are you still going to post stuff about Candice? I would love to see a concise overview of the main issues with her story (like the liver tumors changing from benign to cancerous and back to benign over the course of a few years), esp as it gets closer to the time her website goes live.

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    2. Yes I am planning on it. Unfortunately my work picked back up and I am quite busy with that at the moment, but I am hoping to collate something soon. Sorry I know the blog has been a bit of a dud lately! I am also planning on writing something about Belle's interview with AWW.

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    3. What, you have a life beyond fulfilling our desire to see you take down these charlatans??

      Just kidding...we all know that every last one of us is a basement dwelling troll covered in Cheetos dust (at least according to Candice).

      BTW, I noticed her latest article online called her "Candice Litchfield". Wonder if she's trying to get away from things that show up under her Fox name?

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    4. Her real name is Litchfield. Her married name was Busfy. I strongly suspect that Fox is made up. I find it funny that she scolds people for using fake names, when that is exactly what she is doing.

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  18. Thanks Ann hopefully they post it soon. I really want to read the article but can't bring myself to purchase the mag and help aww line their pockets off thus story :)

    Elli

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  19. Hi all. Sorry if this is off topic but there are a few posts about this
    buried somewhere in the blog. You may recall that I started asking questions about a movie 'The Food Cure' documenting 6 patients taking the Gerson Therapy mode of treatment. This movie tells their story including a little boy that is seen having green juice in his bottle. Ugh!

    The movie was funded via kickstarted and raised in excess of $120k of public funding. That was over 12 months ago, I have been asking questions about the release date and for months now have had little if any communication from the producers. They keep fobbing me off with the same excuse that the movie has been submitted for festival previews. I went 1 step further with my last post on their FB page and asked if all the story participants were in fact still alive. Here is their answer. At least this time I got one.....hmmmm

    "" The Food Cure Rose, thanks for checking in. Right now the reality is that we are indeed waiting to hear from festivals so that we can set a premiere date. Many of the festivals that we submitted to have a big gap between the submission date and the notification date because they receive a lot of submissions and have to make time for all of the selection committee to see each of the films in order to make their selections. In the meantime we are working incredibly hard on the finishing touches of the film. We are a VERY small team and are doing our best to focus on the work and also keep everyone abreast of any developments. As soon as there is news we will definitely be shouting from all the rooftops. As for your second question, this is actually more complicated than a yes or no and is the reason we are working so hard on the film. We appreciate that you are excited to see the film...we are looking forward to finally sharing it! """"

    Go to their Website and look at the trailer. It's disturbing.

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    1. I haven't looked into this story into detail, but I have friends in Europe who have been making documentary films submitted for Berlinale and other festivals. It does take ages to get a release date when festivals are involved, the selection process takes ages, the team can be urged to make changes in production, editing, change the ending, include or exclude certain material etc. Let's hope the artsy arena does take this story with a big, big grain of salt.

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    2. Rose, I realize that these two film-makers can't just slink away from this project, however tempting the prospect may be! I'm sure you can imagine how it undoubtedly all started: one of them all bright-eyed & enthusiastic about "natural cancer treatments". Crowd-funding exceeds all expectations - but by the time it's in the can, many of the subjects are either dead or dying so they're forced to drastically edit or re-shoot large parts of it. I bet the more enthusiastic party didn't count on that...

      It must be so awkward for you to have a Facey-friend of Col Ainscough try to "add" you as a friend on FB. She claims to have actually gotten a refund from Gerson? Surely this could start some kind of legal precedent for them? Well, probably not in Mexico... It's all very strange and convoluted, isn't it?

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  20. What do they mean "more complicated than a yes or no"?! People are either alive or not. What else can it be?

    Julia

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    1. Indeed. So disingenuous. It's a very simple question to answer, with only one plausible reason for Upwind Pictures being so evasive...

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    2. This is how these people always operate though, isn't it? My guess is that the people who were doing Gerson all eventually returned to conventional medicine in the weeks before they died, and the "it's complicated" is because the film will is some way imply that chemo and radiation killed them. Well, I suppose we will see, but it was clear to me that the filmmaker had a very clear bias in favor of "natural medicine".

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  21. I'm beginning to doubt that we ever will get to see!

    You have probably guessed correctly, but interestingly, one of the film-makers claimed in an email to someone else (over a year ago) "the idea of a miracle cure for cancer is, in my mind, a preposterous notion and does not apply to anything I have witnessed, either in conventional or in alternative medicine... I am an independent journalist and filmmaker". I don't see any evidence of this skepticism or independent thought in the trailer, that's for sure.

    On the official website, the documentary is labelled ©2013, yet there is a claim that it is still in "post production" which really doesn't tally with the claims made to Rose! Either they have completed it & cannot find distribution, or they are re-editing bits to make conventional treatment appear responsible for any mortality/increase in morbidity.

    I'm beginning to wonder if it wouldn't be easier for them to quietly slip off into the sunset, not least because of the dubious ethics of portraying a child being forced to submit to the Gerson "Protocol".

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    1. This subject, Michele Monk, is still alive, but it does not look like she is doing very well http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/please-help-save-my-life-/269379 She was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer and chose Gerson. This is just so completely heartbreaking to me.

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    2. Hmm. I just took a look at her online presence. She had a fundraiser a year ago which stated that she had stage 4 cancer that had spread to her scalp and other areas. She is apparently doing so well right now (according to her FB) that she is building planters.

      She is a rabid anti-vaxxer and so against conventional meds that even antibiotics are apparently suspect.

      I would need to see confirmed proof that she actually has cancer before accepting her story. Not trusting anyone online at this point!

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    3. She has this in an update there from about two weeks ago:

      I am so grateful that there is no fluoride added to the water here, it makes it easier and cheaper to find filtration options :-)There is however an arsenic abatement plant here so I don't want to take any chances for us or the purity of the medicine I am taking and we will be growing.
      I am as most of you know now taking huge amounts of cannabis oil to control the pain and growth of the cancer, there have been some improvements, but the cancer continues to spread in places such as my scalp, so along with the oil and all the supplements I am taking we are going to seek out the help of a naturopathic physician and anyone other experts in this field of reminding our bodies how to heal.
      Sadly in this country the physicians and treatment I want to use are not covered by Medicare so we have to make financial decisions every day about mine and Kellins health, Like the majority of Americans sadly :-(
      We so appreciate your help in so many ways, whether that is through financial support, emotional support or any other way.
      Thank you so much for supporting me on my journey while you are on yours.



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    4. Yes, I saw that. Maybe she just really enjoys being high, or maybe she really does have cancer. She is very thin and sickly looking, but one of the cancer hoaxers I had the misfortune to meet online looked the same...she had an eating disorder so was able to pull off the look pretty well (she also shaved her head and bought medical equipment to make he pics look more realistic; she managed to fool even her family for a time).

      Anyway, it's certainly possible she has cancer, as she says. Also possible that she's lying and using the story to raise funds. Who knows, without proof? If it was me, and I felt I had to raise funds online, I would just post my original diagnosis report...pretty simple.

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  22. Peta, I think they probably wish that they could disappear and wash their hands of this movie but it gets complicated in that they used public funding with Kickstarter and are therefore obliged to either release the movie or refund. One lady on their FB also commented on the same post and sent me a friend request (?) saying that she asked Gerson for a refund which came through on her credit card. She repeated this in a private msg to me as she donated due to Gerson pushing it on their newsletter. I haven't accepted her friend request but I did note that Col Ainscough is a friend and she comments on his posts. I do believe that it is in fact getting complicated. They are most likely having to re shoot the ending. Their reply was a dead, (excuse the pun) giveaway. I looked into the festival submission process and from what I can tell, it takes months, not over a year for approval. Keep in mind too, that the movie was more than 3/4 filmed by the time they got their Kickstart as I followed what they were in fact doing with the funds. As though the world needs more Gerson propaganda!

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    1. I had a hard time tracking down any of the subjects and only managed to find two. One, Marie-Josee Campagna is still alive, though all the news articles about her are in French (which I cannot read). However it appears that she was diagnosed with triple negative grade three breast cancer in May 2010 and she underwent surgery but refused chemo. So perhaps her current state of decent health could be more attributed to surgery than Gerson. But I am 100% sure that any good health she has will be totally attributed to Gerson in the film, with absolutely no credit paid to her surgeons.

      The other is Michele Monk, who refused treatment for her STAGE ONE breast cancer. She is now quite ill. Actually I should add that the articles about the film say she had stage one breast cancer, but in her fundraising page she talks about stage iv cancer. http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/please-help-save-my-life-/269379 Obviously she could have gotten both diagnoses, but once more we see a Gerson healing story where the facts about the subject's illness are murky and tend to change.

      I hope that Michele Monk will go see a real oncologist and at least get palliation. Knowing that this woman is spending her last months on this earth desperately tracking down cannabis oil is devastating to me.

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    2. You could try Google Translate on those articles...won't be perfect but probably good enough to give you the gist of the story.

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    3. Yeah I did, and that is how I worked out that Marie-Josee had surgery. So Marie-Josee used conventional medicine and (sadly) Michele Monk is very ill with stage 4 cancer. So at this point we can say that for 1/3 of the people profiled in the film, Gerson therapy did not work.

      I am really curious to get the full story behind Michele Monk. Did she really show up to the Gerson clinic with stage one breast cancer? I mean, did these people really convince someone with essentially curable cancer that she should do Gerson? Well, I have been told by many people who support this stuff that I have no compassion or understanding (and over on Rosalie's blog we were accused of being sociopaths), so perhaps I am just missing something here. But to my compassion-lacking brain, I see this as the most tragic, saddest thing ever. Okay, so plenty of people who come to Gerson would have been terminal no matter what. The worst thing that happened to them is that they wasted their money, were given false hope, and likely put off palliation longer than they should have. It is still sad, but not tragic. But this woman's case is an absolute travesty.

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    4. Well, the real villain is certainly the people behind Gerson, and other like organizations, who knowingly prey on vulnerable sick people in order to make money off of their suffering.

      But there are also a ton of individual people online who are simply pretending to have cancer. A number of these are real "shills", who pop up whenever anyone mentions something like Gerson to share their stories of miraculous cures. Others are like Belle, simply looking to make some cash. Others like the attention, or are truly mentally ill.

      But ALL of them need to be questioned. Is it unfair to real cancer patients, like me? Yes, I suppose it is, a little. So, all the more reason to work to make it as hard as possible for the charlatans to do their thing. A bit of questioning won't hurt real patients all that much in the long run, but it does make it far more difficult for the many scammers.

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    5. Ugh, I saw a photo of a suppurating lesion (it appeared to be on the breast, but that could be an assumption) on Michele Monk's older fundraising website. She really, really doesn't look well.

      I (personally) fail to understand why someone with stage 1 breast cancer would refuse "conventional" treatment such as a lumpectomy &/or removal of involved lymph nodes in favour of going straight to Gerson myself. It IS an immense tragedy.

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    6. Sorry Rose - my reply to you ended up up-thread for some odd reason! I hope this one doesn't also!

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