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In this video, Richard Weeder spends about 21 minutes speaking on "Total Cancer Care" at the 37th Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.

About Richard Weeder

RICHARD WEEDER, M.D., FACS has a Degree in Religion from Princeton University in New Jersey and a Medical Degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He spent 30 years as a Surgeon and Oncologist, developed cancer himself, and then figured out how cancer works.

Since then, he has embarked on a career of teaching cancer patients how to survive. This has been carried out in Hawaii, at the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons in 2006, at the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, Hackensack University Medical Center and The Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center in Hamilton.

In the past, Dr. Weeder also Co-Founded Carnegie Foundation, “one of the 10 best secondary schools in the country.” He has personally taught at all levels from High School to Postgraduate Medical School. He currently serves on the New Jersey State Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan, which has endorsed his ideas on cancer education.

Dr. Weeder wrote a book called The Key To Cancer, which summarizes his educational program and theories about the cause and cure for cancer. It is available at He can be contacted by phone 609-896-0890, website and e-mail [email protected].


My father, who was a professor of surgery at three medical schools in Philadelphia, always said that don't stand if you can sit and don't sit if you can lie down. I'm not going to be lying down.

I promise you, it's a great pleasure to be here. I want to thank Mr Cosmo and Mrs. Rosenfeld for Rosenthal, rather, for the privilege of being here. And I'm going to keep this rather casual, because that's the way I usually speak. It's a matter of fact, let me see if I can find my notes here.

But the first thing I'm going to do is ask the audience a couple of questions just to make sure you're all awake. I've known of cases of people who have been told by their oncologist, Mrs. Jones, I've done all I can for you. I've given you. You've had surgery. We've given you three courses of chemo therapy and some x ray. And I'm afraid we have nothing else to offer you.

So I'm suggesting you go home and write your will and goodbye. And Mrs Jones goes home and she said, The hell was that? I'm going to live. I'm going to change what I do and how I live.

And lo and behold, eight years later, she goes to her oncologist funeral. How many of you have heard stories like that?

Oh, well, I see about half the audience.

How many of you have known stories of a man who will have a, say, a lung resection at a middle age? And he does very well for 10, 15 years. And then suddenly he loses his job or he his spouse dies or he goes through a terrible financial reversal. And a month later, his cancer is back and two months later, he's dead. How many of you have heard stories like that?

The point is, when we ask our oncologists why they don't know in the first case, they say it's a miracle cure. Well, folks, I believe in miracles, but if I have a scientific explanation, I'd much rather attribute it to the scientific explanation than to the intervention of the divine.

Or how about the fact that there are a lot of people running around smoking four or five packs of cigaret cigarets who don't get cancer?

And so I have made it my business not to look at the ninety five percent of patients who die of pancreas, lung, kidney, whatever. But at the five percent who don't die. And that is true throughout all of oncology.

There are a few who managed to beat the odds. And there are a few who will survive.

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