Monday, March 23, 2009

Howard Straus on Sherry Beall’s KPFK show, ‘Healthy Planet, Healthy Me!’

Listen to Howard Straus on Sherry Beall’s KPFK show, ‘Healthy Planet, Healthy Me!’ on Friday March 27 at 2:00pm PT
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Howard Straus on Joyce Riley’s THE POWER HOUR

Howard Straus on Joyce Riley’s THE POWER HOUR
(Tuesday, March 24)
The Power Hour airs from 7-10am CST.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Listen To Health Harmony Network's Radio Show

Listen to Health Harmony Network's February 11 internet radio
show about Cancer and Alternative Treatment Cori Brackett talks
with Howard Straus the grandson of Max Gerson about the famous
Gerson Therapy for cancer and Gersons discoveries.
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THE BEAUTIFUL TRUTH mentioned on Radio Alice in SF

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Scroll Down to : 01/09/09 7am to 8am

Monday, January 19, 2009


Nightly (Friday 1/16 through Thursday 1/22) at 6:30pm
at Roxie Cinema (San Francisco)
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Friday, January 9, 2009

San Francisco Chronicle - Review

“One of 2008's most notable documentaries, "The Beautiful Truth" is about an all-natural treatment for cancer - a subject that in another director's hands might be dry and foreboding but is here illuminating, touching, funny, sad, rage-inducing, provocative, entertaining and hopeful. It's Michael Moore without the truculence, PBS without the pretension, CNN without the commercial grandstanding.”

-Jonathan Curiel, San Francisco Chronicle


Wednesday, December 17, 2008

A fan of "The Beautiful Truth" shared his song with us...

"Where There Is Hope"
A song written by Mark Gil

When we hold the world responsible
For a cure that will not come
Money for our insolence
Filled our pockets to help none
The resilience of democracy
The money just for one
Life holds in the balance
As we lose many loved ones

It will be ok, let me pray for you

Hope for your life is all that's left
We have a right to know the cure
A remedy for the suffering
The reports not being heard

It will be ok, let me hold you

People's agony, before money
A false hope before chemo's done
Loss of hair and all dignity
But my love for you cannot be undone
I want you to know I tried so hard
To believe you would make it through
And see you smile once again

It will be ok, let me comfort you

My tears for your suffering
My hands held up in prayer
Love becomes the light
In all this darkness
When there's nothing left to fear
Remember you
Remember you
Remember me.

Mark is looking for an artist to perform his song...
he can be reached at