Hoxsey Clinic in Tijuana Mexico- Is it good?

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Hoxsey Clinic in Tijuana Mexico- Is it good?

by Nor2013 on Sat Jul 20, 2013 11:12 AM

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Hello

I am writing on behalf of my brother. He has been diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma..and has been recommended the Hoxsey clinic in Tijuana Mexico.  Are there any recent reviewsof this place? Has anyone been treated or know of anyone who has been treated for late stage cholangiocarcinoma?. How good is the treatment?..Do you need a mexican visa to travel to this hospital?  Thanks for any information you can provide

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by lparrilla on Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:51 PM

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I am starting a project that tracks alternative cancer treatment patients like myself who had success with treatments. I did hyperthermia for breast cancer, and my grandmother did Hoxsey for cervical. Both successful. I have seven people in my small database that did Hoxsey. I think all in Mexico. If you email me I can provide you their contact info.

Lesparrilla@gmail.com

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by ssvejda on Fri Oct 11, 2013 02:59 AM

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This is such a late reply but I personally know three people that have gone to Hoxsey in Tijuana. All three had aggressive cancers, all three became cancer free. One of those people were given 6 months to live and had stage 4 cancer. He went to hoxsey and was -dare I say it- cured. Now, he did also go to Florida for "conventional treatments". But his american doctors told him that "whatever you are doing keep it up!". They couldn't believe his progess.  I don't know about needing a visa, though. But if I or my daughter or ANYONE had cancer, we'd be at Hoxsey in a second!

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by stbaz on Sat Nov 09, 2013 09:12 PM

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Can't say it's 100% accurate but this is a quote from Wikipedia about the man himself:

"In 1967, Hoxsey developed prostate cancer, and his own treatment failed to cure it. Because he failed to respond to his eponymous therapy, Hoxsey underwent surgery and standard medical treatment.[11] He died seven years later, in 1974."

It is said that NIH was unable to verify a single claim of a cure, in some cases the patient did not have cancer to begin with.

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by jesichashope on Sun Nov 10, 2013 02:41 AM

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When conventional or orthodox try to explain or discount any alternative treatment they will use these tactics. We can also ask ourselves the same question about chemo or radiation, how many use it and die, so why has no one made such a claim against this type of treatment?

It is true, not all alternative cancer treatments will cure or resolve every cancer. Every case is different, the whys and hows of why the person got the cancer, what factors are there, then what type of treatment have they already had, what age are they and what diet are they on? All these are factors that are different among all cases. The results of treatment depend on these factors.

Many are treated with orthodox treatments and most will die of the treatment before the cancer itself; many will turn in their late stages to alternative cancer treatments, many will make it, some will not. Of those that begin alternative cancer treatment early their outcomes are far better, if one treatment is not working, you try something else, just like in orthodox; it is how your body reacts and how the factors play a role in the cancer. Best of all from my experience those that treat with alternative cancer treatments do better because there are no side effects that harm the body; the earlier the better.

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by stbaz on Sun Nov 10, 2013 05:56 AM

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On Nov 10, 2013 2:41 AM jesichashope wrote:

When conventional or orthodox try to explain or discount any alternative treatment they will use these tactics. We can also ask ourselves the same question about chemo or radiation, how many use it and die, so why has no one made such a claim against this type of treatment?

It is true, not all alternative cancer treatments will cure or resolve every cancer. Every case is different, the whys and hows of why the person got the cancer, what factors are there, then what type of treatment have they already had, what age are they and what diet are they on? All these are factors that are different among all cases. The results of treatment depend on these factors.

Many are treated with orthodox treatments and most will die of the treatment before the cancer itself; many will turn in their late stages to alternative cancer treatments, many will make it, some will not. Of those that begin alternative cancer treatment early their outcomes are far better, if one treatment is not working, you try something else, just like in orthodox; it is how your body reacts and how the factors play a role in the cancer. Best of all from my experience those that treat with alternative cancer treatments do better because there are no side effects that harm the body; the earlier the better.

I'm no fan of the medical-industrial complex and don't discount trying alternative therapies.  My real point is when a person or organization makes their living from getting people to believe in their version of the truth, whether that be your local church pastor, your oncologist, or the Hoxsey Clinic, they have an automatic financial conflict of interest.  Therefore, they will see and present things in a way that's favorable to keep the money flowing in.

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by jesichashope on Mon Nov 11, 2013 12:56 AM

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I agree. Yet our whole civilization has progressed through centuries upon centuries making a living from some form or another in a profession we need. If we take doctors or healers for instance, we have paid them with coins, fruit, pigs, goats and chickens for centuries. In Rome it was customary to pay the doctor with food, usually life at the time; he healed you, fixed you up and you paid him.

I believe if we are to look at some of the countries people are going to for treatment they go because they first pay a small percentage of what they pay in the states, and they seem to be satisfied that they are finding a large percentage of wellness over what they get here. Most other countries are paid very little for medical work as it is mostly still considered a trade to dedicate your life to and not to make a million bucks. When medicine becomes an industry it loses its art of healing; when pharamceuticals rule the industry in spite of studies and peer reviews claiming the drugs are not healing, curing or putting most cancer in remission but only prolong the life, not always with quality. We have to take a strong look at our choices and pick the one we feel is given with the most sincere recommendation and pay a price the doctor is worthy of. I stick to as natural as I can because I like to be treated without side effects.

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by kmoody on Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:16 PM

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My wife was diagnosed with internal melanoma. She decided to quit chemo and try the Bio-Medical clinic. It is really hard to tell with cancer if one particular thing is working or not. She has been on all of the melanoma treatments, but the cancer has continued to advance agressively and now has metastasized throughout her body. One observation concerning the clinic...they are friendly while you are there, but follow up is 0%. We've called and e-mailed about the latest and there has been no response whatsoever. In addition, there has been some considerable staff adjustments in the last year.

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by maimmi on Mon Oct 26, 2015 07:10 AM

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Suggest euro-med clinic in Phoenix. THey have all the methods and test daily to see if numbers are improving. I researched over 25 clinics and have decided that this one for about $4400 a weeik for 2-4 weeks is the most sophisticated and claim 100% remission history. Also Natureworksbest in Tempe is about half that price and has very high survival rate of patients after 7 years(386 patients). Hope this helps. Mimmi

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by mentalmagic on Thu Nov 05, 2015 07:51 PM

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I would not suggest Euro Med in Phoenix.   They use IPT low dose chemo which is only temporary.  The longer you use IPT, the more resistent the cancer gets.   First few weeks you will see some improvement until the cancer morfs the treatment and comes back even nastier.    A complete waste of time and money.

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