Al Robertson was diagnosed with terminal cancer after many years of unanswered questions, and after his diagnosis, he began an intense vitamin therapy treatment that has improved his health greatly.
This was Al Robertson in 1972 ... a week, flabby, depressed man whose hair had turned white and whose idea of an active afternoon was sitting quietly in the sun in his own backyard. His doctor's confirmed diagnosis: terminal cancer. However, Al Robertson began taking a self-treatment of vitamins which may have prolonged his life. Prompting the question: Has a cure for cancer been found in vitamins?
PHOTO: DOROTHY ROBERTSON
Here's active Al Robertson today, after five years of massive vitamin therapy. Al now explores desert back country in a dune buggy he rebuilt himself. Note, too (despite the sun's glint), that his hair has turned dark once again.