Cher referred Brett Hudson to Germany for throat cancer, same clinic that treated Farrah Fawcett

Brett Hudson of the 1970’s pop-rock group the Hudson Brothers revealed that he has been battling throat cancer for over a year and has “beat it” using unconventional treatment not available in the U.S. He was appearing at the NY Metro Fest for Beatles Fans with his brother Mark when he said, “On August 27, 2007, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 throat cancer. My doctors told me to get my affairs in order and that I wouldn’t survive six months. I proved them wrong. I was headed toward a morbid operation to remove my larynx when my dear friend Cher, whom I’ve known for 35 years, led me to a doctor in Germany, and today I don’t have cancer.”


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Mark Boguski, M.D., Ph.D. is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and is a member of the Society for Participatory Medicine, "a movement in which networked patients shift from being mere passengers to responsible drivers of their health" and in which professional health care providers encourage "empowered patients" and value them as full partners in managing their health and wellness.

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