FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
ABOUT THE MOSS REPORTS
Q.Each report consists of hundreds of pages. What does
A. Each Moss Report contains an explanation and critique of the conventional approach to
the disease. This might include a discussion of the innovative uses of surgery,
chemotherapy and radiotherapy. There is a discussion of medical clinics that have experience and success
in treating cancer. These may include clinics in the U.S, Europe, Latin America, etc. There is also a discussion of treatments that the patient can do at home.
These do not involve any travel, foreign or domestic. Some of them are
nutritional or involve food supplements. Others have to be ordered from
abroad and require the cooperation of skilled medical personnel.
Q. What makes The Moss Reports unique?
A. The Moss Reports are based on the character and experience of Ralph W. Moss,
Basically, you are getting the fruit of his knowledge, experience, and
judgment after more a quarter century in this field. He soberly
evaluates the claims of both conventional and nonconventional practitioners. Many people consider him the world's leading expert on
Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) approaches to cancer.
Q. My doctor says that all "alternative medicine" is "unproven"
and "dangerous." What does Dr. Moss have to say about this?
A.Today, CAM has gained serious interest, so much so that the Journal of the American Medical Association
has devoted a special issue to the topic, with some positive articles.
And there is still some charlatanism in the field. Dr.
Moss's goal is to sort out what is valuable from what is useless
in the treatment of cancer.
Q. I have heard that Dr. Moss wrote a book against the use of this chemotherapy. Is he against conventional treatment?
A. Ralph Moss is a strong advocate of rational treatment. In his view, a treatment
is rational if it has been proven to improve patient welfare. Examples of such improvement are (a) cure
of the cancer; (b) significant prolongation of life; or (c) improvement
in quality of life.
For some kinds of cancer, chemotherapy (as well as radiation therapy)
can be life saving. These include acute lymphocytic
leukemia of children (ALL) and Hodgkin's disease, as well as some others. For other kinds, chemotherapy almost certainly extends
life. These include ovarian cancer, some colon cancer, small cell lung
cancer, etc. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy may shrink tumors, when that is medically necessary, and in relieving pain
(such as from bone metastases). Sometimes the combination of surgery, radiotherapy
and chemotherapy have made a substantial difference in the outcome of treatment.
In many other cases, chemotherapy (or radiation therapy) is more of a gamble than a proven therapy. He pulls no
punches in telling you when that is so.
Q. My relative hopes that conventional medicine will help her.
I want to send a report, but am afraid it will make her lose hope.
A. Faith is highly conducive to healing. The Moss Reports encourage you to work cooperatively
with your oncologist. Many people tell us that the Moss Reports offered them a realistic
basis of hope, especially in the new treatments that it
How can I order?
You can order your Moss Report HERE via our secure
You can also call our office toll free at 800-980-1234. Our lines are now open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Some clients prefer to fax in their order: our fax number is 814-238-5865.
Q. How long does it take to get a Moss Report?
A. Usually, it is sent out the within one or two days by Federal Express.
Occasionally, if it is a very rare kind of cancer,it may take somewhat longer, but usually no more than a week.
Q. How much does the report cost?
A. The price of a complete report (conventional treatments, alternative
clinics, and at-home treatments) is $297.
Q. Can I see a sample of what I will be getting?
A. Yes, we have uploaded samples of the section on the conventional treatment
of several particular kinds of cancer.Each report is different, however.
List of Moss Reports Available
Sample Moss Report on Ampulla
Sample Moss Report
on Epithelioid Sarcoma
Sample Moss Report
on Anorectal Melanoma
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