Issels Immunotherapy

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Issels Immunotherapy

by Sheilab on Mon Jun 13, 2005 12:00 AM

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Has anyone pursued or researched the Issels treatment? They have an inpatient center within the Oasis of Hope in Mexico as well as outpatient clinics in Arizona and California. I have read good things about them from Ralph Moss and from other books about alternative treatments.

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by Steph on Tue Jun 21, 2005 12:00 AM

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Hello, I did not hear about this product but I know that the doctors in such clinic were recommending the CarTCell as an angiogenesis inhibitor. This product is a liquid cartilage extract currently in clinical trials with the National Cancer Institute under the name Neovastat. Best regards, Stephane

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by Foodmaven on Tue Jul 26, 2005 12:00 AM

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I know someone personally who went there and had treatment. It did not prevent recurrence but she was still glad she had the experience. So would you say it worked if she still got a recurrence a few months later?

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by Spilling_the_Beans on Fri Sep 16, 2005 12:00 AM

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I went to the Santa Barbara Clinic and I am in remission. It was the best experience of my life you will not be diappointed.

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by Stepan on Tue Oct 25, 2005 12:00 AM

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I have testicular cancer and am interested in the Issels treatment as a compliment to conventional therapy. Does anyone have any information or experience with Issels?

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by Hassan on Fri Jan 27, 2006 12:00 AM

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I live in Egypt, and my mother has Mantle Cell Lymphoma, stage III/IV, Our health insurer is BUPA and they would not cover such therapy because "it is not considered clinically and medically proven treatments for cancer based on established medical practice." We are pursuing R-CHOP which is standard protocol, but want to explore other 'alternative treatments' if need be. Please advise.

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by Dorian on Fri Jul 21, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi Stepan, I am planning to go to this clinic, but all the information I have are from the internet web sites. I noticed your message was posted long time ago and I think you might passed through this experience. I had mixoid Sarcoma on the pelvis 2 years ago and now CT scan results showed a lightly spot in the same area that could be a recurence. The Sarcoma was grade 2, removed clear margins, I had 7 weeks of radiation therapy. I am rescheduled for another CT scan in 3 mounth, but I cannot wait and do nothing. The information via net are too large and strongly advertised. There are just few messages related to Issels tratment. I would like to have more opinions from people who passed through this tratament. Thank you and best regards, Dorian

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by Spilling_the_Beans on Fri Sep 08, 2006 12:00 AM

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It's been some time now and I am still in remission. My oncologist is amazed at my numbers because chemo stopped working. Dr. Issels really does know what he is doing. If anybody is considering this treatment it is worth your life. I had my own doubts but numbers don't lie.

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by Dovlight on Tue Nov 14, 2006 12:00 AM

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Bigthyme, Could you please give more specific info on your experience at the Issels Clinic. We have breast cancer in the family and are looking for alternatives. How long were you there? What treatments did you receive? Were you able to interview and see the facilities before you paid? Did the doctors themselves look healthly? Did you stay in one of the apartments? Were they clean? Was the facility clean? Would you be willing to share who you are and what you do are would you be willing to chat by phone or personal email? Thanks for any and all info you are willing to share. very grateful . . .

RE: Issels Clinic in Santa Barbara

by Bpc2001 on Fri May 11, 2007 12:00 AM

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What is the cost if you don't have insurance? 
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