International Bio Care Hospital and Medical
Formerly Int'l Biologics Hospital
Dr. Rodrigo Rodriguez, M.D.
No.15 Azucenas St., Tijuana, B.C., Mexico 22440
Clinic: (800) 785-0490 (USA)
or (800) 701-7345 (US/Can.)
about 3 miles the other side of the border, this small hospital impressed us.
The area is run down, but the hospital is modern, clean, and comfortable. They are a full in-house hospital.
The seven staff doctors and
approximately 90 support personnel treat a variety of degenerative diseases
There are 16 rooms with 2 beds each and private or semi-private accommodations are
available. Their rooms are
medium sized and have the look and feel of a standard American hospital
cancerous conditions, a 3-week stay is average with a return check-up in 4
to 6 months. Some American insurance policies cover certain treatments and
a wide variety of therapies, for 25 years they’ve treated a range of chronic
metabolic disorders, immunological disorders and other genetic challenges –
including those involving surgery.
The treatment program is founded on a broad basis of lifestyle changes,
of which nutrition is among the most important. Therapies are very
individualized and include: detoxification, specialized diets, hyperthermia, supplementation, laetrile,
therapy to help rebuild the immune system, metabolic,
nutritional, bioelectric, live cell therapy, chelation, UBIT - Ultraviolet Blood
Irradiation, dmso, and chelation. They also offer the P53 gene vaccine.
The clinic emphasizes that they do not
"cure" cancer but hope to get it "under control". They are
interested not in treating a disease per se but in helping the body heal itself.
The information on this page is provided by
The Cancer Cure Foundation based on information we have received from a
variety of sources, including the clinic itself, feedback from people who
have gone to the clinic, and in some cases from clinic tours. The listing
of a doctor or clinic here does not signify an endorsement by the Cancer
Cure Foundation, unless we have indicated it. We encourage you to check
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about any of these clinics.
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