How did Steve McQueen really die? The media has NEVER accurately reported his death, but now you can learn how he died, which isn’t how you’ve been told.
First, listen to the radio interview below, then you can watch Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez tell the story in more detail, via the video further down this page.
The true story about Steve McQueen’s death has never been told.Until now...
Here are the main points from this radio interview with Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, who first met Dr. Kelley in 1981 and who wrote ‘One Man Alone’, a monograph of Dr. Kelley’s cancer patient records and outcomes. This interview first aired on Sanitas Radio, in 2014:
- The true story about how Steve McQueen died has never been told.
- Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez has Steve McQueen’s medical records in his office and therefore has the true picture of what really happened.
- McQueen’s conventional doctors in Los Angeles misdiagnosed him for a year, diagnosing him with the flu, when instead he had mesothelioma, an asbestos-related cancer.
- As an enthusiastic motorcycle rider, McQueen likely got mesothelioma from the asbestos which lined motorcycle exhaust pipes.
- A year after first presenting to his conventional doctors, he was correctly diagnosed, with Stage IV, incurable cancer.
- Despite there being no evidence in the history of medicine of it being effective against mesothelioma, his conventional doctors treated McQueen with radiation.
- The radiation didn’t work, so his doctors gave McQueen immunotherapy.
- Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez is a classically trained immunologist and states that there is no case in the history of the Universe which shows that immunotherapy is effective against mesothelioma.
- On immunotherapy treatment, Steve McQueen got sick and his tumours progressed.
- Weeks from death, McQueen went to see Dr. William Kelley, who through compassion, took him on as a patient.
- Due to the fact that McQueen wasn’t sufficiently well to do it by himself, Dr. Kelley sent him to a clinic in Mexico which claimed to be doing part of the Kelley nutritional program.
- Although McQueen was largely non-compliant in the program, continuing to smoke and eat ice cream, he had a response to the nutritional program.
- Eventually, Steve McQueen did die, but he didn’t die of cancer. He died of what appears to have been a pulmonary embolism, a blood clot in the lungs, during surgery.
- Although it never appeared in the mainstream media, at the time of his death, McQueen’s cancer seemed to be regressing.
- Dr. Kelley took on McQueen as a patient when he was at the end of the line, after conventional medicine had failed, first by failing to diagnose him with a cancer for a full year, which is gross malpractice, then through the unsuccessful treatment they administered to him.
- Despite the facts, Dr. Kelley got blamed in the media for ‘murdering’ Steve McQueen, despite conventional medicine being to blame.
- At the time of the interview (2014), there is still no cure for mesothelioma and there certainly wasn’t in the 1980s, when Steve McQueen died.
- The conventional doctors who treated McQueen got away unscathed in the media, whilst Dr. Kelley took the blame for his death.Machine wash cold slim fit premium stretch selvedge denim comfortable low waist