May 2016

Linda L. Isaacs, M.D., received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kentucky, graduating with High Distinction with a major in biochemistry. She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She subsequently received her medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 1985. She completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Department of Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center at New York University Medical School. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, most recently completing recertification in 2011.

She worked with her colleague, Nicholas J. Gonzalez, M.D., for more than twenty years, using a nutritional approach for treating patients diagnosed with cancer and other serious degenerative illnesses. After his untimely death in July 2015, she has continued with the work they shared. She has written papers published in the peer-reviewed journals Nutrition and Cancer and Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, and is the co-author of the book The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer. Her website is

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Questions I asked Dr. Isaacs.

2:38 Dr. Isaacs I want to start by saying I’m sorry for your loss. He was a great doctor and a good caring man. Many people loved him and miss him. I know you have been his office partner for many years.

Putting to rest all of these stories on the internet. Did Dr. Gonzalez have heart problems?

5:32 Can you tell our viewers that are seeing you for the first time what your credentials are?

6:24 You are conventionally trained, aren’t you? So how did a board-certified internal medicine physician become interested in alternative approaches to cancer?

7:55 Could you summarize your nutritional approach to cancer? (Individualized diet, individualized supplement protocols, detoxification routines like the coffee enemas)

13:55 How much and how long must a patient take pancreatic enzymes?

16:30 How about other supplements such as turmeric, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin E. What do you recommend?

17:55 Can we talk about the coffee enema’s how often and how long?

24:07 Can you talk about a patients attitude and emotions and why it’s so important?

29:28 You and Dr. Gonzalez completed a pilot study of your work in patients with pancreatic cancer – how did that come about, and were those results published?

31:22 Can you give us a few more success stories that you have had through the years?

33:38 Could you tell our viewers is one cancer lets say prostrate cancer easier to treat than say brain cancer?

40:15 How does your protocol work with bone cancer?

41:16 How did the large scale NCI clinical study of your work come about?

44:45 Didn’t you investigate a government investigation of the study?

46:59 Could you give us an example of the type of cases you’re writing up?

49:28 Have you been training any other doctor for when some day you would retire?

51:07 Do you see any change in the attitude of conventional physicians toward “alternative” approaches such as yours?

53:48 Can we talk about your book? We spoke about Dr. Gonzalez.