keith scott mumby phd
keith scott mumby phd

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While I don’t currently practice medicine as a licensed physician in the USA, I was one of the leading practitioners in the UK for over 35 years (Doctor’s Website). I had several treatment centers, including one on Harley Street in Central London. Early on, word of my success in treating patients with cancer and other ailments quickly spread, and I had many thousands of patients who would come to see me from all over the world, some as far afield as New Zealand and Hong Kong. Many of these were cancer sufferers, who did extraordinarily well when I prescribed them simple lifestyle modifications: most notably a hypoallergenic diet and chemical detoxification protocol, which enabled their immune systems to better fight their cancers.

Since my time in the UK, I have become internationally recognized for my work in cancer control and immune system restoration. I have continued to advise patients worldwide on effective cancer treatments and have many who, after following my treatments, have shown no signs of declining health and who have been able to live well and for a long time with their cancers. Through my websites, blogs, and digital books, I have remained on the cutting edge of the most effective cancer treatment breakthroughs.

I sincerely believe that cancer is a disease which doesn’t deserve the fearsome reputation that has been accorded it; that most of what is horrible about cancer is the misery of brutal orthodox treatment rather than the disease itself. I have always believed that the number one cause of death is ignorance, and that if people knew more about their bodies and health issues, 95 percent of all diseases in the world would simply vanish. As a society, aging and health are within our control and we can’t afford to simply submit ourselves to the so-called medical practitioners, because doctors aren’t trained in health, only disease. By the time people with cancer call them for an appointment it’s often too late for effective remedies to be of benefit to them, anyway. But if those who are sick are willing to take charge and make changes to their lifestyles, recovery is always possible, because nature has designed the body to heal itself.

My interest in alternative medicine dates back to my time in medical school. During my first few years there, I believed in using drugs for treating cancer and other diseases, but after awhile, my perspective changed. I saw that things weren’t working out as they should in conventional medicine, and that the promise of a chemical or drug to treat disease wasn’t holding up. Too many people remained ill, and I observed that those who were taking drugs to be well had to take them indefinitely. If a person has to continue to take a drug in order to be well, then by definition, the drug doesn’t work. If drugs work, people’s health conditions should clear up and they should be able to stop their medicines at some point. My ruthless definition of a cure is: no symptoms remaining, no ongoing treatment necessary. If people have to take drugs for the rest of their lives, that’s not a cure.

While in medical school, I also had a very romantic idea about what practicing medicine should look like, but in actuality, it turned out to be different than what I thought. It was very rough and unkind. So I quit my classes for three years to study natural medicine. I did end up going back to medical school after that because I wanted to be properly certified in medicine so that I could treat people’s health problems. In London, doctors are required to get two degrees in medicine: a Bachelor’s in Medicine and Bachelor’s in Surgery. Once I became a properly trained medical doctor and surgeon in Britain, I promptly left the system again, to pursue naturopathic and alternative methods of healing. (Note: In some countries, such as Britain and Ireland, the qualifying degree to practice medicine isn’t called a Doctor of Medicine, as in the United States. Instead, it’s called the Bachelor of Science in Medicine, Bachelor of Medicine or Bachelor of Surgery, and is considered the equivalent of an MD degree in the United States system).

In my early years as a doctor, I pursued areas of medicine which were at the time considered to be radical: I learned about food allergies, environmental and chemical contamination, and other aspects of alternative medicine. Today everybody knows about this stuff, but thirty years ago, few people did, so I was called a quack. Indeed, in those times, conventional doctors referred to my knowledge about food allergies as “Mumby Jumbo!” Within ten years, however, mainstream specialist physicians were sending their wives to my clinic, and by the end of the following decade, these same specialists were showing up to see me themselves! By the end of the 1990s, the British National Health Service began ordering my treatment formulas. So I went from being considered a quack to being highly respected, in about twenty years. That’s fast in medicine.

Getting into alternative medicine was the best thing that I could have done. I took more pleasure in my work and had more time to spend with my patients: on average, two hours per visit. Doctors must get to know their patients. This is the only proper way to practice medicine.

During my first years as a doctor, I was quite a pioneer in the field of alternative medicine, and I made world medical history in 1987, when a United Kingdom crime court accepted my belief that food allergies could make a person murderously violent. This came about as the result of a case in which an Irish boy tried to strangle someone and the judge assigned him to me for an evaluation, and I discovered that he had a major food allergy—to potatoes! This boy also had allergies to a couple of other foods, including beets and strawberries, which, as it turned out, were responsible for his violent behavior. His story was shown worldwide on Prime TV, and it was a big deal. He was given a conditional discharge from jail, provided he followed my diet. During that time, I was often interviewed on television, and I later discovered that the judge of this boy’s case had tuned into one of my interviews and seen the types of treatments that I do.

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  • Treatment Approach
  • Pillar of Healing #1: Nutrition
  • Pillar of Healing #2: Chemical Cleanup
  • Pillar of Healing #3: Alternative Psychology
  • Summary
  • Homotoxicology for Detoxification
  • Homotoxicology for Releasing Miasms
  • Mistletoe
  • How Naturopathic Treatments Benefit Those Who Do Chemotherapy
  • Treating Dental Problems
  • Erasing the Harmful Effects of Vaccines
  • Balancing the Hormones with Herbs and Homeopathic Remedies
  • Treatment Outcomes
  • Considerations When Searching for a Cancer Doctor
  • Low-Cost Cancer Treatments
  • Ineffective Cancer Treatments
  • Patient/Practitioner Challenges to Healing
  • How Friends and Family Can Support Their Loved Ones with Cancer
  • New Developments in Conventional Medicine
  • Final Words

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