Hope4cancer clinic

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Hope4cancer clinic

by cazwinn on Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:03 AM

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Hi there I am keen to hear if anyone has been to Hope4cancer clinic in Tijuana, Mexico...and how the treatment was for them.

Please let me know what you thought about the treatment and the stay.  I was looking at Cancun Outpatients Clinic and have received a treatment plan of $53,025 US.

Again I would appreciate any comments or feedback of any type from you.

Warm regards

Wini NZ (brain tumour)

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by WonderWoman1 on Wed Mar 13, 2019 09:53 PM

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Hi, i havent been, but some of the women i follow on social media have been, and it really seems to have given them hope and i guess they are happy with the results.  Not sure if this helps, but maybe its something? Follow them on FB and Instagram and maybe reach out to some of the followers or commenters? 

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by cazwinn on Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:53 AM

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Thanks wonder woman that is helpful...i have found a few since posting on here.

Your help is much appreciated...

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by cazwinn on Tue Apr 02, 2019 06:35 AM

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Thnx heaps I was going to go there but have decided to take a different route using cannabis enemas.

My naturopath put me on to this lady who makes them.

But I was still wondering what Hope4cancer is like even if your not a patient? There are so many hospitals in Mexico, i feel blessed to have God to ask. Sometimes people are the way God helps us to know.

Thnx for your reply

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by formum on Tue Apr 02, 2019 02:02 PM

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Great. I hope it works for you!!

Hope4 cancer has 2 locations - one is an in-patient, in Tijuana. It is for patients with more advanced cancer which needs to have a 24 hour medical assistance / support. The other location is in Cancun, as an out-patient facility.

It seems like they have a lot of experience and a plethora of different alternative treatments. They have been gathering data for the past 3 years about their success rate, and I hope they'll publish it soon. The clinic in Tijuana is not fancy, but clean and spacious. 

The patients I have been in touch with were happy with the care they received.

Hope that helps. 

God bless

 

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by jesichashope on Sat Apr 06, 2019 10:29 PM

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@cazwinn - My daughter went there some years back. I have known many others that have gone. I cannot say anything bad about them. They are gracious, knowledgable and are always looking for advanced treatments to add to their list.  Yes they are pricey but then chemo, etc are outrageous, your co-pays and deductibles can send you to the poor house.  There is one place not in Mexico that is lower priced and has fantastic results too. That is in the Philippines, the trip is worth it. I have known people that have gone there too. Very good with brain cancer and other inoperable cancers. That place is called Cytoluminator and they have a new patient web page called ourcancerspot.com I would check that place out too. I think you can get a three-week stay for about 35K and they also have financial aid. Hope 4 Cancer and the Cytoluminator.com place are the two with the best success rates I have found over the past 6 years.  Hope this helps. 

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by Nick7883 on Tue Apr 16, 2019 11:28 PM

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You might want to look at this review on this website

https://cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,93480,0.

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by Janeroe on Fri Apr 26, 2019 12:13 PM

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On Apr 06, 2019 10:29 PM jesichashope wrote:

@cazwinn - My daughter went there some years back. I have known many others that have gone. I cannot say anything bad about them. They are gracious, knowledgable and are always looking for advanced treatments to add to their list.  Yes they are pricey but then chemo, etc are outrageous, your co-pays and deductibles can send you to the poor house.  There is one place not in Mexico that is lower priced and has fantastic results too. That is in the Philippines, the trip is worth it. I have known people that have gone there too. Very good with brain cancer and other inoperable cancers. That place is called Cytoluminator and they have a new patient web page called ourcancerspot.com "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://ourcancerspot.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">ourcancerspot.com I would check that place out too. I think you can get a three-week stay for about 35K and they also have financial aid. Hope 4 Cancer and the Cytoluminator.com "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://Cytoluminator.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Cytoluminator.com place are the two with the best success rates I have found over the past 6 years.  Hope this helps. 

I researched what you are linking to and was shocked!  Are you actually telling people that this place has fantastic results? It sounds like many people have died following your advice.   https://cancercompassalternateroute.com/resources/cytolumina

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by jesichashope on Fri May 03, 2019 12:39 AM

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@janeroe If you research any clinic  you will find bad things about it. The link to another posting about H4C claims they are a fraud. The point is the more waves you make in the alternative field the more you will be attacked, it happens, and most are all false or contrived statements. 
As for the one you posted, it is all false info. I found also this link by someone. https://cytoluminatorscams.wordpress.com/
I do my own independent advocating, I am not part of H4C, Cytoluminator, Oasis of Hope, or any number of others. 
My daughter had an enormous amount of chemo and radiation, it would not have mattered where she went, her liver and heart would have failed her. I can't blame H4C for what they did, it was not them, it was the oncologists. People fail to realize that. People blame the easiest and never who really needs to be blamed: Oncologists 

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