Posted by Jerry
on August 21, 2000 at 18:21:09:
In Reply to: Re: BioPulse Clinic getting tremendous results posted by Nicole on August 08, 2000 at 20:09:27:
: : : : : The BioPulse Clinic (biopulse.com) is getting very promising results against most forms of cancer with three core therapies: dendritic cell therapy, insulin induced hypoglycemic therapy and anti-angiogenesis therapy. This is the clinic where the Navarro boy who has gotten so much national atttention recently is being treated. His tumor now appears to be necrotic (dead). These therapies are non-toxic, scientific, and are administered by licensed oncologists and RN's. I have met numerous survivors who credit the clinic with saving their lives. I think everyone should at least check them out and then talk to them to see if they might be able to help you.
: : : : You know, I use to warn about quack clinics in Mexico who give coffee enemas, etc, but this sounds like my kind of thinking. This is what we need to do.
: : : These clinics are alternative clinics that are in mexico. this is not what you think it is vigilante
: : : the antiagiogensis therapies used there are alternative products, not what your thinking of.
: : I am working with this clinic now. They charge $40,000 a treatment and well worth it. Patients that can't afford this work with me, as our remission rate is very close to theirs.
: Is this the same thing as the Bursinski Clinic in Houston? I went down there to see what they had to offer and it seems like a good idea, but cost alot. I am wondering if I should do it or not now. I hate to leave my family in debt if I don't make it. The treatment that they told me about was antioplastons. Anyone have anything to say about this?
I suggest you contact BioPulse and ask them about it. It is definatelly not the same as the Houston clinic, because some of the treatments BioPulse uses are not available in the US. Their website is biopulse.com. Good luck!