Jimmy Keller is Another Victim in the War on Cancer Cures:
The war on cancer that is being won is actually the war on cancer cures. That war's direct casualties are the courageous, independent individuals, whether MDs, holistic practitioners, or laypeople who have discovered a safe, efficacious cure for cancer that has better results than orthodox medicine's chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery.
The collateral damage from government agency raids on alternative cancer cure clinics are the cancer victims successfully receiving treatments and those of us who prefer to stay out of the extremely expensive, dangerous and ineffective medical mafia matrix.
Jimmy Keller's Story
Jimmy Keller's dedication to curing his own cancer motivated him to share his discoveries by practicing medicine without a license in his home state of Louisiana. Jimmy's success and passion for natural cancer curing attracted the medical mafia, forcing him to set up a small clinic in Mexico. From there, he was kidnapped at gunpoint in 1991, and railroaded into prison by Federal Prosecutors in a Brownsville, Texas kangaroo court.
Jimmy Keller's story is covered compassionately and completely in Ellen Brown's book Forbidden Cure, as appropriate a title that a title can be. Think of those two words: it indicates that an actual cure is being forbidden, which has been the case with several casualties of the war on cancer cures for almost a century.
Jimmy's drama started when he was a victim of severe facial skin cancer while operating a successful water treatment business in Louisiana. The surgery permanently disfigured his face. Consequently, his appearance impacted his business and sales career. Then his cancer came back painfully in other areas of his body.
Depressed and afraid to undergo more 'orthodox' treatment, Jimmy went into an emotional decline. His parents received word of an alternative cancer treatment center in Dallas, TX. Jimmy went hopelessly to Dallas just to please them, but he was surprised that his condition improved considerably without pain or side effects.
That Dallas clinic was shut down by the Feds in 1969 before Jimmy made a full recovery, but he had learned a lot there and was determined to continue his treatments. He moved back to his home town in Louisiana and managed an out of home alternative cancer cure co-op, where often cancer patients administered laetrile shots and other treatments to each other. As the ban on laetrile became enforced, Jimmy's research led to developing his own solutions.
His protocol involved good diet with supplements and enzymes, and his own solution was based on L-arginine, an amino acid known to soften cancerous tumors, and histidine, another amino acid that enhances tissue health among other attributes. His injected solution included different forms of vitamin B12 as well as the complete B-complex and vitamin C. Jimmy's treatments would sometimes include DMSO, Pau d'Arco tea, an iodine supplement, an immunity nutraceutical, injectable Essiac tea, mistletoe extract, and cesium chloride.
Jimmy adjusted his treatments slightly according to daily kinesiology or muscle testing. He had an 80% remission success rate, with many permanently cured. But sometimes the cancer would return. He would have treated those with returned cancers if he were allowed to continue. But because he was stopped, they became "collateral damage" from the war on cancer cures.
After his release, Jimmy suffered a stroke and was paralyzed. He died at the age of 75 in 2009. Jimmy knew he could be hijacked back into the States to be imprisoned if he didn't stop treating patients. His compassion and dogged persistence for continuing to help patients effectively once started made him fair game for our fascist medical system.
Sources for More Information Include:
Author/Attorney Ellen Brown's article: Discover a Cancer Cure and Go to Jail
Jimmy's abduction by one whose wife had a dramatic improvement but later became "collateral damage".
Major Jimmy Keller Source Page
LA Times dramatic story of JK's capture and trial
Jimmy Keller's son Jim's 2009 Eulogy
The German nutraceutical Jimmy often used in addition to his solution