Hospital Santa Monica
Run by Dr. Kurt Donsbach, D.C., N.D., Ph.D.
The administrative office is in Chula Vista, California, and the hospital itself is located on the ocean in Mexico, about a 40 minute drive from the San Diego border. Originally a beautiful, pristine location, over the years, large industrial facilities have been built nearby which do take away from the area's attractiveness. Poorer families also reside in simple housing in the general area. Various additions to the hospital are underway and inside some refurbishment work goes on as well. Many do not get a good impression of the clinic because of this.
Despite all this, Dr. Donsbach, the chief administrator and creator of almost all the therapeutic procedures, claims to have a high success rate saving the lives of those patients pronounced "terminal" by their American medical doctors and sent home to die. These people suffered through radiation, chemotherapy and/or surgery without success, and come to his hospital as a last resort. We don't have the statistics to back up these claims, but the Cancer Control Society does have a list of people that have gone to the clinic that you can talk to.
In the last 17 years, they claim to have treated over 15,000 patients using detoxification of the body, a rigorous course of immune enhancing/rebuilding therapies and many disease-specific treatment protocols, including IPT therapy, hyperthermia, oxygen/ozone therapy, dmso, light therapy, ultraviolet blood purification, chelation, colonics, herbology, nutrition, photoluminescence, cancer salves, and even counseling. They also treat candida, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, heart disease, and emphysema. There are three medical doctors on duty in this twenty-eight room hospital.
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