Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

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Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by clarejoanne on Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi all

I am considering this gentleman treating my mum.  It costs a lot of money and we are worried that this may not be legitamate but have read on his website that he is one of the best in the world.  he is prepared to fly into London to treat my mum for a day.  She has inoperable malignant brain tumour (grade III/IV oligoastrocytoma).  She is 58 on bi-weekly temodar and we want to try everything.

My father will do this if he can get genuine information from people who have been put in remission by this energy healer.  I personally have a good instinct about him but my brother and dad are worried I'm just desperate and gullible.  Maybe I am.  But I thought at least this would be the place to maybe find out more, eitherway.

I've been on here since last Sep 07 throughout my mother's courageous fight with a terminal prognosis.  She beat it 13 years ago and wants to beat it again.  She has outlasted the doctors' doom and gloom statistics.  She is not ready to give in yet and I am trying to do all I can to help her.  She doesn't want to go on an alkaline veggie diet she likes her food and eats sensibly within reason.  She is bed ridden and paralysed down her left side so we don't want her to think life isn't worth living hence her enjoying certain little treats.  As long as she wants to fight, I'll do all I can to help her.  she's on 270 a day of chemo 7 days on, 7 days off.  If you see my other posts you'll see that she was told months ago there was nothing they could do.  The last scan showed "a slight improvement" so that's not so bad. Rather than growing it as slightly shrunk. 

 If any of you can help on any info on Kurt Peterson I'd be really so grateful.  Especially someone in England who my dad could speak to.

Thanks everyone,

Clare

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by jcr65566 on Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 10/16/2008 clarejoanne wrote:

Hi all

I am considering this gentleman treating my mum.  It costs a lot of money and we are worried that this may not be legitamate but have read on his website that he is one of the best in the world.  he is prepared to fly into London to treat my mum for a day.  She has inoperable malignant brain tumour (grade III/IV oligoastrocytoma).  She is 58 on bi-weekly temodar and we want to try everything.

My father will do this if he can get genuine information from people who have been put in remission by this energy healer.  I personally have a good instinct about him but my brother and dad are worried I'm just desperate and gullible.  Maybe I am.  But I thought at least this would be the place to maybe find out more, eitherway.

I've been on here since last Sep 07 throughout my mother's courageous fight with a terminal prognosis.  She beat it 13 years ago and wants to beat it again.  She has outlasted the doctors' doom and gloom statistics.  She is not ready to give in yet and I am trying to do all I can to help her.  She doesn't want to go on an alkaline veggie diet she likes her food and eats sensibly within reason.  She is bed ridden and paralysed down her left side so we don't want her to think life isn't worth living hence her enjoying certain little treats.  As long as she wants to fight, I'll do all I can to help her.  she's on 270 a day of chemo 7 days on, 7 days off.  If you see my other posts you'll see that she was told months ago there was nothing they could do.  The last scan showed "a slight improvement" so that's not so bad. Rather than growing it as slightly shrunk. 

 If any of you can help on any info on Kurt Peterson I'd be really so grateful.  Especially someone in England who my dad could speak to.

Thanks everyone,

Clare


hi clare Kurt Peterson one amazine guy I heard about his helping cancer patients with his wife Jane. They also spend their free time working with abandoned and neglected animals. I got this of the site below

 

http://www.cancertouch.com/about_us

 

Kurt Peterson has had a long and interesting journey to where he's at today.  Beginning in childhood he knew he was a little different than other kids.  It's believed he's the only person to accurately predict the shooting of Pope John Paul, a full 3 days prior to the incident!  He spent his teen years stunning and amazing friends and family with "mind reading" skills.  After college, Kurt applied for and was selected to be part of a small team working with the U.S. Department of Defense.  This team trained for and utilized "remote viewing" skills to identify locations worldwide of national interest.   Kurt discovered his healing skills after marrying his wife Jane.  She had severe asthma, and Kurt was able to completely cure her through touch alone!  After discovering this ability, he sought out volunteers and practiced for two additonal years to hone his skills.  In 2002 Kurt spent nine months working with, and learning from noted Shaman Javier Medina.   Today he specializes only in cancer patients as this is the group that he's had the most success with.  Kurt and Jane live with their children on a 110 acre ranch in the Midwest.  They spend their free time working with abandoned and neglected animals.   A significant portion of each fee that Mr. Peterson charges goes to support two animal shelters.  Kurt also seeks out and provides treatment sessions to young cancer patients free of charge when the family is unable to cover the fee.

 

His mission statement

 

 I have one goal and one goal only:  To give individuals a place to turn to, if and when the modern medical establishment has failed them!  Cancer is an insidious disease that robs a person of more than just physical health.  Over time it can destroy the very soul!  I vow to do everything in my power using energy therapy to bring relief to those suffering.  With a documented success rate of 77% full remission at 1 year, (65% will show marked improvement about 30 days after treatment) and a 70% full remission continuing at the 5 year mark, I believe I'm making a positive difference.  My promise to you is simple:  I will use every skill I've honed over my lifetime to try to cure you!!  Period!        Kurt...

 

Also try this site out it show you how to clean your blood with blood electrification It's about using small amounts of electric current like a torch battery to disable or kill virus, bacteria, and other pathogens (such as yeast and mycoplasmas) in the body. I’m using this to fight my cancer and I be doing a report on it next month after the test  hope this helps
 

http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer02/BobBeck.html

 

 

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by Lpres on Mon Nov 17, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hello,  I saw your message and would like to reply.  My brother had inoperable lung cancer back in 2006.  Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com was seeing people in Los Angeles at the time.  We went out for one of his appointments.  (we live in Nevada, and I was caretaking for my brother Jim).  Indeed, it was very expensive and we actually did not have very high hopes as Jim was at the point where he had severe trouble breathing and was not able to do much.  During the appointment (it was held at a hotel), Mr. Peterson was holding his hands against my brothers chest, back and all over his body.  I wasn't even really sure what he was doing exactly.  I must admit though, he is quite an interesting man, very personable.  Two months later (67 days to be exact) , Jim went for a visit to his Primary physican and after an x-ray, his lungs had cleared completely.  He kind of knew it was going to be good news as his breathing had improved significantly starting about a week after his appointment with Kurt.  I'm going to relay your message to Jim tomorrow morning and see if he will contact you to speak about his experience.  We didn't actually go through the website cancertouch.com, but were referred by a nurse at the clinic.  ...Best wishes... L. Pressley  

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by Redmond on Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 11/17/2008 Lpres wrote:

Hello,  I saw your message and would like to reply.  My brother had inoperable lung cancer back in 2006.  Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com was seeing people in Los Angeles at the time.  We went out for one of his appointments.  (we live in Nevada, and I was caretaking for my brother Jim).  Indeed, it was very expensive and we actually did not have very high hopes as Jim was at the point where he had severe trouble breathing and was not able to do much.  During the appointment (it was held at a hotel), Mr. Peterson was holding his hands against my brothers chest, back and all over his body.  I wasn't even really sure what he was doing exactly.  I must admit though, he is quite an interesting man, very personable.  Two months later (67 days to be exact) , Jim went for a visit to his Primary physican and after an x-ray, his lungs had cleared completely.  He kind of knew it was going to be good news as his breathing had improved significantly starting about a week after his appointment with Kurt.  I'm going to relay your message to Jim tomorrow morning and see if he will contact you to speak about his experience.  We didn't actually go through the website cancertouch.com, but were referred by a nurse at the clinic.  ...Best wishes... L. Pressley  

 

I am also considering going to one of Kurt's sessions if people feel that his treatments really work. I have stage 4 ovarian cancer and cannot stay in remission.  It is time to start looking at alternative treatments. 

It is  a lot of money and I will have to raise funds if I decide to do this treatment.  I would love to talk to somene that has received his treatment (whether it was successful or not).

Rita

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by natalie311 on Mon Apr 06, 2009 12:00 AM

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I have made an appt to have a session with Kurt Petersson as well.

His stafff, Jaan and  Brenda are most helpful with questions and concerns one may have either about the treatment or Mr. Peterson himself.

My appt is in May I shall keep all of you posted as to my progress.

Natalie311

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by BoPatient on Fri May 01, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 11/17/2008 Lpres wrote:

Hello,  I saw your message and would like to reply.  My brother had inoperable lung cancer back in 2006.  Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com was seeing people in Los Angeles at the time.  We went out for one of his appointments.  (we live in Nevada, and I was caretaking for my brother Jim).  Indeed, it was very expensive and we actually did not have very high hopes as Jim was at the point where he had severe trouble breathing and was not able to do much.  During the appointment (it was held at a hotel), Mr. Peterson was holding his hands against my brothers chest, back and all over his body.  I wasn't even really sure what he was doing exactly.  I must admit though, he is quite an interesting man, very personable.  Two months later (67 days to be exact) , Jim went for a visit to his Primary physican and after an x-ray, his lungs had cleared completely.  He kind of knew it was going to be good news as his breathing had improved significantly starting about a week after his appointment with Kurt.  I'm going to relay your message to Jim tomorrow morning and see if he will contact you to speak about his experience.  We didn't actually go through the website cancertouch.com, but were referred by a nurse at the clinic.  ...Best wishes... L. Pressley  


Hello there Mr Pressley,

My boyfriend was recently treated by Mr Peterson, but it's too soon to tell if it had any impact.  How is your brother doing now, 5 months after his treatment/remission?  

Thank you and best wishes,

 Bo

 

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by natalie311 on Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:00 AM

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I went for my healing on May 23 rd 2009. It is now ( tomorrow ) 30 days after my healing and I feel great.

My Dr tells me I am in remission . My breathing is much better.

I would do this all over again I have no regrets.

Natalie311

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by Kerry78 on Thu Jul 09, 2009 12:00 AM

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Hi there,

 

My Father has advanced pancreatic cancer and we are considering pursuing treatment with Kurt Peterson. However I am keen to obtain feedback from people's own experiences. I hope that the treatment went well for you, I would appreciate any comments you may have?

 

Many thanks

Kerry

 

 

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by Guernsey on Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:00 AM

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Hi,

 

I have just read your message about your mum and wanted to get in touch. I was wondering if you did decide to go ahead and book an appointment for your mum with Kurt Peterson and if so how it went. I am so sorry to hear of your situatuion and can understand completely. My mum has just been told that the Melanoma she had in her shoulder 2 years ago has now spread to her skull and lungs and there is not much they can do. I am desperate to do anything I can for her as she is my world and so got in touch with Kurt Peterson. As it is so expensive and money is not easy at the moment I wanted to get as much feed back as possible before going ahead and booking an appointment.

 

Thanks for your time, I hope all is well with your mum.

Jenna. 

RE: Mr Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com

by taylor101 on Tue Feb 02, 2010 03:03 AM

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I've been following these threads about Kurt Peterson now for over a year.  I booked an appointment to see him in Las Vegas, NV on February 18th.  The cost was very expensive and I'm really taking a chance, but during the last year I've gone downhill.  I am going to report back to the community here every couple of weeks or so to give a first hand account.    Good or bad, I'm going to say what happened, how it happened, and all of the results, whether or not it works or doesn't work.

A brief background on myself:  I'm a married man that was diagnosed with stage III lung cancer in November of 2008.  By the time I had gone in to see a doctor due to breathing problems and mucus production, I was already stage III.  I am not a smoker, nor have I ever been one.  I'm just one of the unlucky ones.  I've gone the route of conventional treatments, however I'm now stage IV.  I will report back in on this thread after I return from Las Vegas to give an update.

 

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