Envita Medical Center

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Envita Medical Center

by Willing on Sat May 17, 2008 12:00 AM

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I have been made aware of a medical facility in Scottsdale Arizona called Envita Medical Center.This facility treats a variety of autoimmune disorders including AIDS,LYME DISEASE, and BRAIN TUMORS.The treatments are non toxic and have very few side effects.In my research I discovered that they have treated 16 brain tumor patients including one PONTINE GLIOMA patient and NOT LOST ONE.How very interesting considering the fact that they use NO RADIATION AND NO CHEMO.This is something that you may wish to investigate for yourself.

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by haraki on Sun May 18, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi I have read your last two postings . Thankyou for bringing this alternative medicine to people . There is a positive outcome to this treatment and I wish I had it for my sister but time was not on our side. 

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by Willing on Mon May 19, 2008 12:00 AM

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Your very welcome.I too wish it had been available to my daughter.The hospital we went to said"There is no other method in the U.S. to treat DIPG other than radiation and chemo."

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by raaven on Thu Jul 24, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 5/17/2008 Willing wrote:

In my research I discovered that they have treated 16 brain tumor patients including one PONTINE GLIOMA patient and NOT LOST ONE.How very interesting considering the fact that they use NO RADIATION AND NO CHEMO.This is something that you may wish to investigate for yourself.

Envita Medical Centers have lost at least two pontine glioma patients in the last month.

Their treatment for brain tumors is intravenous Poly MVA.  I am not aware of any scientific data anywhere that shows Poly MVA to be effective for DIPG.

According to the folks who developed Poly MVA, the same benefits can be obtained by taking the higher oral dose.

The costs of purchasing the oral dose and doing it at home is around $1500/month.  Envita is recommending 60 treatments for DIPG now, at three treatments a week, that would be 20 weeks of treatment, at $7000-$10,000 per week.

I highly encourage anyone considering Envita for DIPG to first contact the creators of Poly MVA first.

See also:
http://envitainfo.wordpress.com

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by Shemay on Thu Jul 24, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 7/24/2008 raaven wrote:

 

On 5/17/2008 Willing wrote:

In my research I discovered that they have treated 16 brain tumor patients including one PONTINE GLIOMA patient and NOT LOST ONE.How very interesting considering the fact that they use NO RADIATION AND NO CHEMO.This is something that you may wish to investigate for yourself.

Envita Medical Centers have lost at least two pontine glioma patients in the last month.

Their treatment for brain tumors is intravenous Poly MVA.  I am not aware of any scientific data anywhere that shows Poly MVA to be effective for DIPG.

According to the folks who developed Poly MVA, the same benefits can be obtained by taking the higher oral dose.

The costs of purchasing the oral dose and doing it at home is around $1500/month.  Envita is recommending 60 treatments for DIPG now, at three treatments a week, that would be 20 weeks of treatment, at $7000-$10,000 per week.

I highly encourage anyone considering Envita for DIPG to first contact the creators of Poly MVA first.

See also:
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----------------------------- One need not go to a clinic charging such astronomical rates to receive treatment with POLY MVA. It should be available from any naturopath, homeopath or medical doctor with knowledge of alternative medicine. Poly-MVA is a uniquely formulated nutritional supplement containing a proprietary blend of Palladium and alpha-lipoic Acid (which we refer to as LAPd), Vitamins B1, B2 and B12, Formylmethionine, Acetyl Cystiene, and trace amounts of Molybdinum, Rhodium, and Ruthenium. It is designed to provide energy for the compromised body systems by changing the electrical potential of human cells, increasing the charge density of DNA within the cell. If you have brain cancer or bone marrow cancer, pay close attention to this product, it has been shown to pass through the brain barrier and also get to Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) bone marrow cancer. For more information" http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/PolyMva.html

RE: Envita Medical Center

by Love2care on Thu Sep 18, 2008 12:00 AM

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I actually work at Envita and just saw this string of comments.  The information provided by raaven is not accurate on multiple fronts.  Please start by visiting our website at www.envita.com or our blog at www.naturalissues.com .  DIPG is a difficult cancer but we have found that fortifying the immune system and cleaning out the carcinogens can make a huge difference in the quality and length of life of our patients.  We are not proponents of abandoning traditional care- we use both traditional treatment and advanced natural treatments.  We don't have all the answers- but no one does when it comes to DIPG.  I also would be VERY wary of treating any cancer with an oral supplement.  Raaven is not identified as a doctor, and I would not recommend treating brain cancer by self medicating through oral supplementation at home.  Advice such as this can be truly dangerous to patients.   Please make sure you are under the care of a qualified physician or oncologist before beginning any treatment plan.  If you have any questions, please call our office.

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by raaven on Mon Sep 22, 2008 12:00 AM

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Love2care, 

What is your role at Envita?

 

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by raaven on Thu Sep 25, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 9/18/2008 Love2care wrote:

I actually work at Envita and just saw this string of comments.  The information provided by raaven is not accurate on multiple fronts.  Please start by visiting our website at www.envita.com or our blog at www.naturalissues.com .  DIPG is a difficult cancer but we have found that fortifying the immune system and cleaning out the carcinogens can make a huge difference in the quality and length of life of our patients.  We are not proponents of abandoning traditional care- we use both traditional treatment and advanced natural treatments.  We don't have all the answers- but no one does when it comes to DIPG.  I also would be VERY wary of treating any cancer with an oral supplement.  Raaven is not identified as a doctor, and I would not recommend treating brain cancer by self medicating through oral supplementation at home.  Advice such as this can be truly dangerous to patients.   Please make sure you are under the care of a qualified physician or oncologist before beginning any treatment plan.  If you have any questions, please call our office.

Traditional treatment of a malignant brain tumor involves some combination of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy.  For DIPG, the only proven treatment that extends lifespan for some is radiation.  Which of those does Envita offer to their patients?

Many chemotherapy drugs are administered orally, and those medications are labeled for the purposes of treating cancer.

It is my understanding that poly mva is not labeled for the treatment of cancer.  It is further my understanding that the consent forms you require your patients to sign specify that Envita is not treating cancer.

Therefore, I'm sure you are not saying that the intravenous poly mva that your clinic recommends for DIPG patients is a better way to treat their cancer than oral poly mva.

To my knowledge, there is not a single DIPG patient anywhere, ever who has been cured by poly mva, at Envita or elsewhere.

Of the five DIPG kids who went to Envita earlier this year, two died.  One had to leave Arizona earlier this summer by air ambulance just so they wouldn't have to die in Arizona, thousands of miles from home

The other three kids have all relapsed.

The one child who showed shrinkage of the tumor while at Envita had also just completed radiation.  I do not know if the poly mva or the radiation caused that tumor to shrink, but neither does anyone at Envita.

If anyone knows of a single case of poly mva curing a DIPG diagnosed by a qualified and reputable doctor and facility, please let me know and I will check it out.

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by raaven on Thu Sep 25, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 9/18/2008 Love2care wrote:

I actually work at Envita and just saw this string of comments.  The information provided by raaven is not accurate on multiple fronts.  
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I also would be VERY wary of treating any cancer with an oral supplement.  Raaven is not identified as a doctor, and I would not recommend treating brain cancer by self medicating through oral supplementation at home.  Advice such as this can be truly dangerous to patients.   Please make sure you are under the care of a qualified physician or oncologist before beginning any treatment plan.  If you have any questions, please call our office.

 From the Townshend Letter for Doctors and Patients, July 2005:
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0ISW/is_/ai_n15892927

Although some researchers have used Poly-MVA intravenously, Dr. Garnett designed it to be taken orally. The recommended dose for health maintenance and cancer prevention is 1/4 to 1 tsp per day, 30 minutes before eating or taking other supplements. A loading dose of 8 teaspoons per day (2 teaspoons, 4 times a day) is recommended for people with cancer. After two months or possibly longer, dosage is gradually reduced to 4 teaspoons/day (2 teaspoons twice daily) and, then, 1-2 teaspoons daily to maintain remission. Poly-MVA should not be taken within a few hours of high doses of antioxidants. Also, its effectiveness will be impaired by nicotine or steroid drugs.

I am not a doctor.

Love2care, are you a doctor?  What is your role at Envita?

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by tk1895 on Fri Sep 26, 2008 12:00 AM

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Wow Raaven, you seem to have a lot of knowledge about Envita, its treatments and activities.  How do you know all of this?  I may be looking at alternative treatments for cancer and came across your posts. 

 Its hard to make a desicion when there is conflicting information. 

 Thank you

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