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This Woman is About to Die…

Today I learned about one person’s story, which is so disgustingly horrific that I literally can’t contain myself. There’s a person named Jennifer (her YouTube channel), who was diagnosed with breast cancer some time ago. Apparently, every clinic refused to take her in for treatment. No idea why.

So, naturally, she did what any desperate cancer diagnosed person would do – look for an alternative therapy method as her last hope. I don’t know how, but she ended up stumbling upon someone named Dr. Dan Rogers.

I want YOU to remember this DISGUSTING PIECE OF HUMAN WASTE. Dr Dan Rogers is a fraud.Here’s a picture of him, make sure you know how this fraud looks.

According to his website he uses Gerson Therapy to treat the ‘incurable’. On his website, he provides absolutely ZERO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE, which would indicate that this method works in treating anything.

In fact, if you go to the Wikipedia article, you’ll realize who this piece of trash actually is.

Gerson Therapy is based on the belief that disease is caused by the accumulation of unspecified toxins, and attempts to treat the disease by having patients consume a predominantly vegetarian diet including hourly glasses of organic juice and various dietary supplements. [1]


Gerson’s therapy has not been independently tested or subjected to randomized controlled trials, and thus is illegal to market in the United States. The Gerson Institute promotes the therapy by citing patient testimonials and other anecdotal evidence. [2]


Gerson therapy can lead to several significant health problems. Serious illness and death have occurred as a direct result of some portions of the treatment, including severe electrolyte imbalances. Continued use of enemas may weaken the colon’s normal function, causing or worsening constipationand colitis. Other complications have included dehydration, serious infections and severe bleeding. [3]

In case you didn’t get it yet…

Dr. Dan Rogers is a disgusting fraud, a con artist, who gives fake hope backed by ridiculous pseudoscience to very, very desperate people. Apparently, a week in his so called center costs around $6,000, which leaves Jennifer literally begging for money. Because she still believes that the therapy this Dr. Fraud uses will somehow save her.

I can guarantee that he will try to keep Jennifer alive as long as possible to milk her out of all the money she is able to raise through crowd funding, until her last breath. And he will manage to avoid any prosecution for potential murder and fraud. Because….

Gerson therapy is illegal in the US, that’s why – like any meticulous serial killer – he moved his shady business to Mexico, where he cannot be held accountable. Plus, he might get even more desperate clients, so he can milk those poor souls for money as well.


Whoever is reading this, please, for the love of God, raise awareness about this fraud, who keeps calling himself a doctor. This guy must be in prison and Jennifer might still have a chance!

In case you think that Jennifer is pretending, she is not. Watch this video to see what is happening to her body. IT’S EXTREMELY GRAPHIC. You’ve been warned.

Update 19.04.16

Unfortunately, Jennifer T. Faulisi passed away on April 4th, 2016.

Written by Mark Forge

Mark Forge is the founder of FatForge - an information website dedicated to busting nutrition myths, scams and lies while helping people turn their weight around. If you want to lose weight I suggest starting here.

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  1. I just want to tell you that I was with Jen at the clinic in Mexico for 3 weeks and I SAW her getting better. She wasn’t even doing the full protocol and she was improving in leaps and bounds. Not one single day that I was there- and if I recall correctly, even the whole time she was in Mexico- not one day did she do the full protocol. She couldn’t do the 57 pills and 13 juices a day. She lived at my house for 2 1/2 months before we went to the clinic and she improved, then plateaued, then her health decreased again. When I was at the clinic I ONLY saw what were promising improvements. I am studying veterinary medicine, and when I read about the body causing fevers, I knew that the traditional method of simply taking a pill to relieve the fever was wrong, but we do it all the time. This seems a little off track, but their non-treatment of healing fevers and similar things- it was all working very well. The reason there isn’t independent research on Gerson Therapy is because who the fuck is going to fund it? Do you think big pharmaceutical companies want it to get out that OTHER therapies work? Hell no. If you look for the pictures, there is a 4-picture collage her Aunt put up online that you can see for yourself that the tumor was shrinking.

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