Thank you for visiting Dr John Holt’s web pages.
Dr Holt greatest accomplishment, and that for which he is best known, is his innovation of two unique forms of radiowave therapy for the treatment of cancer.
Dr Holt retired from practicing medicine and treating people with his unique cancer therapies, in 2004. However, the legacies he leaves the community are significant. Dr Holt is a very modest cancer treatment innovator. He spent his life saving peoples lives and his inquisitive and inventive mind led him on a journey into very forward thinking theories about causes of cancer and ways to treat it.
Dr Holt treated thousands of persons with Radiowave Therapy, and when he retired at 80 years of age, he passed his treatment methods, systems and processes to the Radiowave Therapy Clinic and to the Radiowave Therapy Research Institute. More >
This web site is sponsored by former patients of Dr Holt. Along with the aims stated on this page, this site remains dedicated to ensuring that those with cancer remain informed about radiowave therapy, including the progress of research and results thereof.
An enormous amount of information about cancer and how to cure it is accessible through the web. One factor with this is that it is hard to know what and who to rely on. This can lead to anxiety and confusion for some, especially if they are having a treatment and it does not appear to be delivering the expected results. It is not so much a matter of trust in what you read or what your medical advisor tells you, it is more that we are inherently nervous about exactly what is best.
So what is best for you? Sadly there is no perfect treatment for cancer. There are plenty of web sites criticising conventional treatments, but the reality for many types of cancer is that conventional treatments have known statistical results, and therefore can be exactly the right option. For some however, conventional treatments can be a journey of ever diminishing returns with a pretty confronting future.
So perhaps the answer to the question of ‘what is best’ is more likely to be found in making sure that one has the knowledge necessary to participate in their treatment decisions. At least this would limit confusion and anxiety and bring to a person a sense of control over their future. More >