|Bio-Medical Center (Hoxsey Clinic)
Since 1963, this clinic has provided Hoxsey therapy. It was one of the first alternative cancer facilities in Mexico. Mildred Nelson, who was Harry Hoxsey's chief nurse at the Hoxsey Clinic in Dallas until he left clinical practice, carried on the therapy in Mexico until her death in 1999. Her sister now runs the clinic.
The clinic was closed for 6 weeks around March 2000 by Mexican medical authorities, but it was allowed to reopen. They are being monitored by local health department officials.
It is not as expensive as many therapies - it costs only $3500 for the therapy no matter how long it takes, with 30% due at the first appointment.
There are several books and videos available on Hoxsey. Go to our books, audios, and videos page to see titles we recommend about Hoxsey.
In addition to the Hoxsey treatment, comprised of a liquid elixir containing a mixture of herbs and several topical salves, the clinic may also use other supplements, diet, nutrition, and chelation therapy. They treat most types of malignancies, but it is said to be especially effective with skin cancer (including melanoma), breast cancer, and has been successful with some recurrent cancers and even with patients who've had radiation and/or chemotherapy. Often what people will do is combine Hoxsey treatment with other approaches, like laetrile.
615 General Ferreira, Colonia Juarez
Tijuana, B.C. Mexico.
PO Box 433654
San Isidro, CA 92143-3654
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