The Oldershaw Foundation was created to help people who are already in what seems like a hopeless situation, find their hope again. We are passionate about helping people find and fund alternative cancer treatments.
When battling a diagnosis of cancer, it is absolutely essential that you have friends and family to rely on. Help is the friend of the cancer patient and their families. Our goal is to ensure that we can help people find and fund alternative cancer treatments.
Rather than relying only on traditional doctor recommendations such as chemotherapy to treat cancer, we empower people to use alternative cancer medications such as ketogenics, Hoxsey, Nature Works Best, Gerson, and countless others.
Co-Founder of the Oldershaw Foundation, David Oldershaw, was diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer at the beginning of 2016. You are invited to learn about his struggle and decisions on the About Us page, or reach out to either him or his wife, Elizabeth, using the Contact page.
Health is the single most important quality to have when diagnosed with cancer. Roughly 90% of every alternative cancer treatment has it’s own proprietary method of quickly establishing and returning the body to it’s core health cycle.
Developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1920s and 1930s, the diet and treatment is now available from the Gerson Institute located in Mexico.
At one point, Harry Hoxsey had 17 clinics in the United States, but he was shut down by the FDA. The existing clinic is in Mexico.
This cancer clinic is located in Tempe, Arizona. No other cancer clinic of any kind, has such a high documented success rate.
My wife and I started this Foundation because I realized that although I was lucky to have the resources available to go to war with my cancer, not everyone is. We aim to change that.
When my husband Dave got diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer, I researched with him, cried with him, and discussed with him our treatment options. Although the doctors were relentless in their insistence of chemotherapy, we were in the position to seek outside their counsel. There was no stone unturned, nor travel too great in our resolve to beat the diagnosis. Not content with just one treatment option, Dave did as many as he could handle. Dave is still battling, but feels better than ever. And we did it together, without chemotherapy.