Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
by Joan_l_3 on Thu Oct 01, 2009 12:00 AM
"If you're going to post, inform yourself better" to quote from one of your posts. Since you seem to know everything, why don't you know that skin cancer DOES NOT turn into lymphoma. You are misinformed and worse, you are spreading misinformation. Inform yourself of the real facts before you post something as true.
by BlueRosa on Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:00 AM
Yes I went and am a surviror for more than 14 yrs. No more breast cancer for me. When you enter the clinic you wont have feelings of dispare. There all up beat. Theres a book. I should say a magazine since it has been reclassifed as a magazine by the gov. it is called "you dont have to die" published by Millstone. I hope you can find a copy floating around on ebay or barnesandnoble. The gov even brought in tanks to close down the facilities in Tx and Ill. Enjjoy the pictures in the paperback book oops "magazine". Its amazing what one man can do. No patients ever filed a lawsuit agains Hoxsey just the AMA. Humm wonder way not patients? Its your Choice either pariwinkle plant extract (Chemotherapy) or Bloodroot (banned by the US gov because of Hoxsey) and other plante extract known to Hoxsey. It is important to drink plenty of water and follow the diet strictly. :0) take care you can be a survivor too.
Nor did they look into the evidence when Hoxsey opened his files to them.
The files are still open to anyone who wants to go in and do research to this day can go in and request to see files at the clinic. When ever the US FDA whats to its an ongoing open door policy for them to start there investigation. Enjoy Life you dont have to die. :0)
by fraud on Sun Apr 04, 2010 04:11 AM
yes i can tell you i u s to work at bio medical center in tijuana
for 12 years and i can tell you that is a fraud , the hoxsey tonic only has to ingridients potasium and cascara sagrada
this ingridients dont atack cancer cells, bio medical center tells
patients that the hoxsey tonic has 14 ingridients and is not true it has only 2
by dna1234 on Sat Feb 26, 2011 04:41 AM
I love your story and completely agree. My mother age 60 was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. She did not want to start with chemo. We heard from so many ppl about this clinic and success stories. We went there. She is taking the tonic and will return in 3 months. Her color is better, she isn't coughing as much, and her energy level is up just from a month of the tonic. Its so encouraging. And yes, it stands to reason that so much of this opposition is because of money. Think how much the AMA and FDA and pharmacies would loose in revenue if there was an herb that could cure cancer........
by dna1234 on Sat Feb 26, 2011 05:01 AM
I have personally met so many ppl who have gone and come back cancer free. Its so sad to me the simple mindedness of so many ppl. If the FDA or AMA says it...well than it must be true... NOT SO. My mother was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. She found out because of having to go to the ER, where they treated her like she was already dying. She decided to go with the Hoxsey Clinic from all of the success stories......and so we did. We went down, spent the day and brought back the tonic treatment and diet plan. It has been 1 month and she is to go back in 2 more months for more testing. Since she has been on it....her color is better, she is not coughing as much, her blood pressure is back down, she has more energy and is stronger. This is cancer, after a month it would of spread causing her to have even more trouble breathing.....so obviously something is happening in a positive lite. If you can get cancer from natural things in the environment why can't things from the environment cure it? She was not a smoker and lived her live in a healthy spiritual way. It is going really good and I will keep you posted. Don't read wikipedia.....its bs.. All of the "findings" come from AMA, FDA medical boards and so on.....ones who benifit from the selling of meds and chemo therapies. The findings never come from the survivors....to me thats the only findings that matter.....
by asifsohaib on Sun Jun 23, 2013 04:31 PM
On Sep 26, 2008 12:00 AM jeanabenna wrote: Wanted to check to see if anyone has gone to the BioMedical Clinic (Hoxsey clinic)? for Kidney Cancer. I called them and told them that I had mets to my brain (radiated) and lesions on my lungs and lympnode....the Dr. said it didn't matter because their formulas reach the blood and it will get to the mets too. What is your guys opinion?. They have been in business for a long time but we don't want to do something stupid too, Thanks for any info.Jenna
On Sep 26, 2008 12:00 AM jeanabenna wrote:
Wanted to check to see if anyone has gone to the BioMedical Clinic (Hoxsey clinic)? for Kidney Cancer. I called them and told them that I had mets to my brain (radiated) and lesions on my lungs and lympnode....the Dr. said it didn't matter because their formulas reach the blood and it will get to the mets too. What is your guys opinion?. They have been in business for a long time but we don't want to do something stupid too,
Thanks for any info.
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