Eric Little's Sensational Chipsa Hospital Cancer Recovery Story

Hi, my name is Eric Little. My wife Jeanine and I had been patients at CHIPSA since January 25, it’s now February 16 and it’s our last night. We love this place we really hate to go, we wish we could stay indefinitely and find something to do around here so we could share ourselves with this family all the time.

We had an awesome group of patients here and staff during our three week stay. We had a couple musicians and a lot of people with incredible talent and we were able to get them together but the basic task was of course my neck which you can see in the photos. When I came here I had a lump the size of probably a softball and through the hard work and dedication of the staff and the doctors here at CHIPSA, it’s practically disappeared and it’s down to nothing and it’s through their dedication that that’s all possible and the alternative therapies that are offered here and the reason why we sought them out in the 1st place.

My wife and I have always been against the conventional medical profession in the states because we realise it’s greed driven and this is the only place to get the hopes and dreams and realise your true potential to be healthy for the rest of your lives by dong the Gerson Therapy and the protocols they offer you so I’d recommend anybody that has any hesitation about where to go to definitely consider coming here because it’s an awesome place. You’ll love the people more than you’ll ever know and the biggest thing too is that despite the fact that it’s not the Ritz, it’s not going to overpower you and win you and dine you but they are second to none in service in the care that you get here so again, CHIPSA is a fantastic place.

Come here and share the memories and comradery that we’ve all had here for the last three weeks. I hope you have good health and wish you well.

Thank you!!!!

Paul W. Scelsi

In 1990, I received a physical examination where the prostate tests indicated a problem. A sonogram and biopsy revealed 3 malignant sections… Discussions with the doctor led me to believe I had about 5 years to live, whether or not I had surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. I told him… “don’t call me, I’ll call you.”

Patricia Ainey

I live in a small town in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. I am now 66 years of age and very glad to be alive. In Jan/1986, I was given 3 months to live, from cancer of the pancreas that had spread to the liver, spleen and gallbladder. I was told … “To go home, get my live in order and prepare my family…”

Lisa Shorde Breast Cancer Chipsa Hospital Recovery Story

Lisa: My name is Lisa Shorde.

Interviewer: And what are you here for?

Lisa: I was diagnosed in 2010 with breast cancer and it’s gone into my lymph nodes.

Interviewer: Okay, how were you when you got here?

Lisa: I was totally sleep deprived; I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t breathe; I had both legs and my arms, my feet, it was probably around my lungs because I couldn’t breathe at all. When my husband took me to the airport I was in a wheel chair so that was a pretty big thing for me but I knew I was coming here so I had to get here.

Interviewer: When you got here, what’s your experience been like?

Lisa: My experience has been really great, everybody has been wonderful here and the 2nd night that I was here I slept alright and I haven’t done that in how long and I started feeling good right away. It was like I could breathe better which I don’t understand all that and I had more focus and the swelling started going down; my legs weren’t weak and it was amazing. Within a week I think I lost 25lbs, a lot of it was probably just fluids but I felt so much better and I could move and breathe and sleep.

Interviewer: Tell me about your experience with the different treatments that we do here.

Lisa: The Gerson, as far as the juicing goes is awesome. Again, I wasn’t sure about the enemas but I feel really good after I do them so I have no question about doing them. I was in the hyperbaric chamber which was very unusual but I felt rejuvenated when I left there; my thinking was more clear and I actually had more energy when I left there. I’ve had many, many hydrotherapies which was a huge hot tube and a lot of the time I felt drained but I still, after the initial being tired, I still felt better and there was just something being clear, more energy and I felt healthier and that makes sense. I know its purpose was good and when it’s behind us I felt good doing that. Twice I had the colic treatment which is another immunotherapy. The 1st time I had slight reaction, a little bit of a fever but not really that much, I was just cold. The 2nd time I had it, I had a high fever and chills inside and it pretty much lasted all day but then I felt so much better afterwards that I can’t explain that either and I also have, today I receive my 1st Thistles Vaccine and that’s an immunotherapy that I’ve heard wonderful things about, work as good as Collis so I’m excited about that as well. I leave tomorrow, I don’t think my family is going to recognise me for starters because I don’t recognise me. I haven’t felt like this in probably over a year and a half and I’m no longer winded going up those stairs. I don’t have any pressure on my lungs, I can lay on my back, I sleep all night which is very unusual because I’m totally sleep deprived before I came here and I feel like I can be better and I don t have any pain. Some of the things that I felt before I don’t feel that way anymore so I’m leaving to go home with hope because I know that that’s, I’m going to continue this therapy at home and I’m expecting great things like I expected when I came here.

Interviewer: You are going to walk after how long after……

Lisa: One thing that was really different was I hadn’t really walked out of my house especially when it was humid I didn’t have the breath to do it but we walked the beach and I haven’t done that in probably a couple years and we walked for an hour and we went upstairs and I didn’t realise that I was getting a little tired and it was hot but I felt really good and I didn’t have any shortness of breath, I didn’t have any of the issues I had before and so it felt really wonderful. It’s one of those things I could do when I go home.

Interviewer: Anything else you’d like to say?

Lisa: I’m really glad that I found this place and it took a friend talking about Gerson’s and reading about Gerson’s and there was an ad on Facebook and I answered it and they got back to me right away and it was a God sent; it was a blessing coming here and I’m thankful that I’ve found you.


I had cervical cancer in the early 1970s. I refused surgery, etc. In 1979, I finally found the Gerson Therapy. I was in pretty awful condition by then. I followed the therapy as closely as possible. By 1982, I was totally recovered and felt fabulous. As a matter of fact, I felt like a three year old who wanted to run and dance all the time...

Trudy Dosch

I am 64 years of age and a former patient of CHIPSA. In October of 2004, I was diagnosed with liver and lung cancer. My doctor in Toronto, Canada gave me 6 months to live and said nothing could be done.

Margaret Churchill

I was diagnosed with breast cancer over twenty-five years ago. The doctors here in Pennsylvania gave me the usual route to go — operations, chemotherapy and so forth. Not at all happy with what I had heard about these things, I decided to go the alternative-therapy direction and was I ever glad I did!

Ed Anderson

In July of this year I was diagnosed with terminal bladder cancer! The option given by a conventional surgeon was to immediately remove my bladder and prostate. I chose an alternative method offered by CHIPSA in Baja California for a 30-day treatment during August of this year. It’s a treatment that saved my life at age 76.