Founder Gerson Institute
Ms. Charlotte Gerson founded the Gerson Institute with Norman Fritz, president of the Cancer Control Society in 1977. The Gerson Institute established treatment centers and training programs based on her father's nutritional treatments.
Charlotte's father, Dr. Max Gerson developed his famous therapy that helped treat diseases and conditions that were previously thought to be 'incurable'. Dr. Gerson healed Charlotte of tuberculoses when she was 12 years old. She is now the longest survivor of anyone treated by the Gerson Therapy.
Charlotte is the author of four best selling guides to the Gerson Therapy. She continues to lecture and speak about the therapy and its origins. She also still makes weekly rounds a the Gerson Therapy clinic in Mexico and she's an active member of its Board of Directors.