This section includes information about Dr. Gonzalez’s past conferences if recordings of the presentation or articles discussing it are available.
Cancer Control Society: Every year, the Cancer Control Society holds a conference dedicated to alternative cancer treatments. On September 2, 2012, Dr. Gonzalez spoke and was presented with the Cancer Control Society Humanitarian Award. The recording of his lecture is available on Amazon.
Wise Traditions 2010: On November 12, 2010, Dr. Gonzalez gave a lengthy speech at this annual conference. The recording is available through New Spring Press.
The Enzyme Therapy of Cancer: On April 18, 2009, Dr. Gonzalez spoke at a seminar sponsored by Nutri-Link LTD and held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, England. Over several sessions totaling nearly seven hours, he discussed the scientific support for his approach to cancer and other degenerative diseases. He reviewed the history of the enzyme treatment of cancer dating back to Dr. John Beard, the British embryologist who 100 years ago first suggested that the pancreatic enzyme trypsin represents the body’s main defense against cancer. Click here for an excerpt of the presentation (3.8 MB); the complete recording is available through New Spring Press.
Wise Traditions 2005: This conference, sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation, featured experts on diet and health. Dr. Gonzalez spoke for 90 minutes on November 13, 2005, and discussed the scientific support for his enzyme/dietary approach to cancer and other degenerative diseases in a speech titled “Enzymes and Cancer.” A short excerpt of this speech is available online; the complete recording is available for purchase through New Spring Press in DVD or CD format, as a DVD through Amazon, or from Amazon Video On Demand
National Institutes of Health Workshop on Alternative Medicine, 1994: At this conference in Bethesda, organized by the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Gonzalez was asked to discuss his research efforts. Click here for a summary of Dr. Gonzalez’s presentation which appeared in an NIH newsletter.