You could talk to Vincent Gammill - He has an office in Solona Beach. He is a clinical pharmacologist who has a research lab in Southern California. He is up on conventional and alternative approaches, though most of his work is in the alternative arena. He is one of the most knowledgeable people I know. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call him at 858-523-9144 or 800-557-2944.
In Texas, Dr. Gary Tunsky in Houston is a naturopath/nutritionist - 281-587-6100 - He can also help over the phone or in person. We have been hearing some good things about him. He is comfortable working with all types/stages of cancer.
You could also try: Dr. Brodie in Reno, Nevada is very good. He has been treating over 25 years and uses a wide range of approaches. http://www.cancure.org/dr_brodie.htm 775-829-1009 or Fax: 775-829-9330 http://www.drbrodie.com/cancermanagement.htm. His program is affordable and very good.
Oasis is good because they can handle just about anything that comes up. Oasis of Hope in Mexico at www.oasisofhope.com. Call and arrange for a free phone consultation with one of the doctors. It can be arranged by calling toll free (888) 500-4673. They are inpatient. They have treated over 100,000 patients in the last 36 years, even late stage cancers. Strong religious bend to this facility. They can be a bit more expensive than other approaches, but they have successfully treated many cancers, even harder to treat cancers. This is a hospital and does look like one. They
may have a grant available, so be sure to ask.
LIFExtension Center, in Reno Nevada run by Phillip Minton, M.D., features natural therapies including R-A Therapy to induce cancer cells to naturally kill themselves via genetic programs and to revert to a non-cancerous state. http://www.cancure.org/LIFEextension_center.htm or 775-324-5700. Dr. Forsyth, an oncologist works out of the same facility and between them they can put together an integrated approach.
In Cumming, GA - American Wellness Clinic - Dr. Bergeron offers therapies that most clinics in the U.S. do not offer. He treats all forms of cancer, including late stage cancers, auto immune diseases, and more. For more information contact American Wellness Clinic at 678.679.0632 or by email BiologicalMD@aol.com.
There is also IBC - Intl Bio Care in Mexico - They are comfortable treating later stage cancers. http://www.cancure.org/international_bio_care_hospital.htm (800) 785-0490. They may offer a discount if you let them know we referred you. They are a smaller clinic but they are very well known and do some "cutting edge" approaches. However, their gene therapy and hyperthermia treatments are more expensive than others.
New Hope in Scottsdale, AZ - 480-556-0182 - http://www.newhopemedicalcenter.com/. They are most well known for treating late stage cancers. They are a small clinic, but we have heard they are good.
The Revici Life Science Center Inc.
200 West 57th St, Suite 402,
New York, NY 10019.
Tel: 212 252-1942
They treat late stage cancers, especially brain, lung, pancreatic, and metastasized breast carcinomas, and also AIDS.
A good forum is at "Alternative Cancer's website at http://www.cancercure.ws. Do some reading on their website while you are there for some good information. They have some good nutritional information. On the forum you can ask questions at any time. There are some pretty knowledgeable people on this site.
There is a list of people you can talk to who treated their cancer using alternative approaches at http://www.brave-souls.com/speak-with-survivors/, including their contact info. You can also find a list of patients who have used alternative therapies for cancer at www.cancercontrolsociety.com.
Our standard recommendations for books on alternative treatments for cancer include: "Beating Cancer with Nutrition" by Patrick Quillin. He has some products and suggestions at http://www.4nutrition.com/.
Also, the book "Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer" by John Diamond and Burton Goldberg. It is packed with information and gives write ups on some clinics. Or, there is a condensed version called "Cancer Diagnosis, What to Do Next."
You can find additional books and information recommendations at http://www.cancure.org/sources_of_information.htm.
You might want to look into Hoxsey and laetrile as approaches to consider. I don't think I would use either as an only approach, but together, or with other approaches, you might get best results - we encourage people to work with a clinic that uses a wide range of approaches.
We have a list of doctors that use laetrile on our website at http://www.cancure.org/laetrile.htm. One doctor's protocol for the use of laetrile in treating cancer - The book "Alive and Well" by Dr. Binzel is up at http://www.whale.to/m/binzel.html.
Info on Hoxsey is at http://www.cancure.org/hoxsey_clinic.htm for BioMedical Clinic, but you can get the product through a couple of other places - Vincent Gammill below or Dr. Fernando Arriola at 011-526-688-1669 or 685-3844 - He speaks perfect English. He used to work at Hoxsey Clinic. You might see if he can help. Info on Hoxsey is available at http://www.hoxsey.com/ Also Dr. Castillo in Mexico 800-296-9881 http://www.drcastillo.com/ - He uses laetrile, hoxsey, and a variety of approaches.
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