The Moss Report Podcast features in-depth conversations about alternative, complementary, and innovative cancer treatments.

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Podcast Host, Ralph W Moss, PhD, speaks with doctors, researchers, patients, and health professionals from around the world.

Ralph W. Moss, PhD
Podcast Host, Ralph W. Moss, PhD

Ralph Moss is considered one of the foremost authorities in the world on alternative and complementary cancer treatments. Since 1974 he has written 12 books and three films about cancer. He maintains an up-to-date library of Moss Reportscomprehensive guides to treating the most common cancer diagnoses, and offers consultation services for cancer patients and their families.

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Moss Reports is proud to add another family member to our team! 

Rachael Moss is the granddaughter of Ralph W. Moss and Producer of The Moss Report Podcast. Ms Moss graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2019 where she worked as a DJ and later, manager, of the school radio station, WUNH “Free Waves”. Rachael is thrilled to be working with her grandfather and to be using her radio experience in the production of The Moss Report Podcast.

Rachael Moss is the producer of The Moss Report Podcast
Rachael Moss
Podcast Producer

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Guests on The Moss Report Podcast include:

Author of a bestselling book, How to Starve Cancer, Jane McLelland is a stage IV cancer survivor of 20 years who has drawn a road map of how to starve and thereby kill cancers of many types. Her book, “How to Starve Cancer” is a favorite among patients, worldwide. Find Jane McLelland’s book here:…

James S. Gordon, MD, is an American author, psychiatrist and health care advocate, known for his pioneering work in mind-body medicine. In 1991, he founded and is the director of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C. He is the former chair of the Alternative Medicine Program Advisory Council and the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy.

Leemon McHenry is an Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at California State University, Northridge. He received his PhD from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and after 30 years of university teaching, he began work as a consultant in medical ethics with the law firm, Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman in Los Angeles. This work led to his collaboration with Dr. Jon Jureidini on the subject of corruption of clinical research which has been published as “The Illusion of Evidence Based Medicine”. Find his book here:

Dwight McKee MD, CNS, ABIHM has been in medical practice since 1976, having explored many alternative/complementary approaches to cancer in his practice between 1976 and 1988. He currently teaches with the Mederi Foundation, consults for groups interested in research in integrative cancer medicine, and has served as Scientific Director of Life Plus, an international nutraceutical company since 2000 to the present.

Susan Brown, PhD has pioneered the natural approach to bone health for over 30 years. She was the first to prove that using only natural methods, nearly every woman can build strong bones for life. Dr. Brown’s website and YouTube channel are at: and…

Dr. James P. Allison, MD won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his application of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors to treat cancer. With impressive results and widespread use throughout oncology, he is truly one of Medicine’s heroes of the age. Allison has a 2019 bio-pic documentary out about his life and discoveries entitled “Breakthrough.”

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