How You Can Survive Cancer By Doing Alternative Cancer Treatments in a Mexican Clinic


Alternative cancer treatments saved my life in 2007. Hi, I’m Peggy Sue Roberts, a 10-year, stage-4, cancer survivor.  I live in Southern California and I'm very blessed to be alive. I certainly wouldn’t be here today if I took the medical advice of my conventional oncologist. He simply said oncology couldn’t do anything else for me because of my near death reaction to their poisonous chemotherapy and sent me home to die.

Shortly after being sent home to die my husband took me to Mexico. I arrived at the clinic in a wheel chair with just several weeks to live. I was very weak, and felt like I was going to die. But I had the will to live; and, after several weeks of natural alternative cancer treatments: I was a new person. I felt strong, and alive. My husband, Jim, and I walked out of that clinic with huge smiles on our faces. I knew I was going to live. 


My conventional doctor sent me home to die because he, personally, didn't know how to save my life. That didn't mean that my life wasn't savable.


This happened to me in 2007. Now, after going to the Mexican cancer clinic, I’ve enjoyed 10-additional years of life that's been given to me. I feel great, and I thank the Lord for the additional time with my family. See Peggy Sue's PET Scan


Peggy Sue's Survival Story. (Turn up your speakers.)


Peggy Sue on William Shatner's TV Show (Moving America Forward)


This is what it's like in Tijuana MX.

Treatments Used: (Some of these are clinic specific)

Top alternative cancer treatments, specialize in transforming cancer patients into cancer survivors by using natural, non-invasive, alternative treatments. Of the 16 or more therapies offered, here are 5 natural treatments the clinic used for Peggy's treatment program:


General Pricing: When we went to the clinic in Mexico in 2007 we had a limited amount of money and we didn't have much time. We did all the research we could in a short period of time, and we did a lot of praying. We knew we only had one shot to get it right, or Peggy Sue wasn't going live. We'll do our best to help you when you're ready to take the next step. 

  • Luxury resort type clinics which the most expensive average price is $60,000 +.
  • Working class people clinic. This is the class of clinic Peggy Sue went to. The pricing ranges from $18,000 to $59,000. 
  • Budget clinics: These are the cheapest clinics, they range from several thousand to about $11,000. Treatments at these clinics are limited and they have the highest death rates. If Money is a problem we have a suggestion that costs less than most budget clinics and has a much higher level of success.

General Success Rates: 


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Peggy Sue(stag-4 survivor), Rusty and Jim Roberts

God bless you. I wish you and your family the best of health and happiness.

Peggy Sue Roberts, Southern California, USA

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* Footnotes: Research Articles Cited

Biomagnetic research provided by:

  • BioMagnetic Research and Technology (Biomed Central)
  • Hyperthermia using magnetite cationic liposomes for hamster Osteosarcoma
  • Fumiko Matsuoka1, Masashige Shinkai1, Hiroyuki Honda*1, Tadahiko Kubo2, Takashi Sugita2 and Takeshi Kobayashi1
  • http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1477-044x-2-3.pdf


Enzyme research provided by:

  • The FASEB Journal / The Official Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
  • Activation of prodrugs by antibody-enzyme conjugates: a new approach to cancer therapy.
  • P D Senter
  • February 1, 1990 The FASEB Journal vol. 4 no. 2 188-193
  • http://www.fasebj.org/content/4/2/188.short


Hyperthermia research provided by:


  •   European Journal of Cancer (1965)
  • Investigations on the possibility of a thermic tumour therapy—I.: Short-wave treatment of a transplanted isologous mouse mammary carcinoma
  • Volume 8, Issue 1, February 1972, Pages 65, Pages IN3, Pages 69-68-IN8-78
  • Presented in abbreviated form at the First Congress of the European Association for Cancer Research, Brussels, September 1970.
  • Kristian Overgaard, Jens Overgaard
  • http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0014296472900850

 

Insulin research provided by:

  • Journal of BUON 14: 711-715, 2009
  • © 2009 Zerbinis Medical Publications. Printed in Greece
  • Low dose chemotherapy in combination with insulin for the treatment of advanced
  • metastatic tumors. Preliminary experience
  • C. Damyanov, M. Radoslavova, V. Gavrilov, D. Stoeva
  • Medical Center of Integrative Medicine, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • http://integramed.org/BUONarticleDamyanov.pdf

 

 

Laser research provided by:

  • Cancer Research: The Journal of Cancer Research  /  The American Journal of Cancer
  • Laser Photoradiation Therapy of Cancer1
  • Anton Dahlman, Alan G. Wile2, Robert G. Burns, G. Robert Mason, Fred M. Johnson, and Michael W. Berns
  • http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/43/1/430.short

 

  • CA:A Cancer Journal for Clinicians
  • Photodynamic therapy of cancer: An update
  • Patrizia Agostinis PhD1, Kristian Berg PhD2, Keith A. Cengel MD, PhD3, Thomas H. Foster PhD4, Albert W. Girotti PhD5, Sandra O. Gollnick PhD6, Stephen M. Hahn MD, PhD7, Michael R. Hamblin PhD8,9,10, Asta Juzeniene PhD11, David Kessel PhD12, Mladen Korbelik PhD13, Johan Moan PhD14,15, Pawel Mroz MD, PhD16,17, Dominika Nowis MD, PhD18, Jacques Piette PhD19, Brian C. Wilson PhD20 andJakub Golab MD, PhD21,22,*
  • Version of Record online: 26 MAY 2011
  • http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.3322/caac.20114/full

 

Sonodynamic research provided by:

 

  • Anticancer Research: International Journal of cancer research and treatment
  • The Real Deal: Using Cytochalasin B in Sonodynamic Therapy to Preferentially Damage Leukemia Cells
  • MATTHEW TRENDOWSKI, GUOWU YU, VICTORIA WONG, CHRISTOPHER ACQUAFONDATA,
  • TIMOTHY CHRISTEN and THOMAS P. FONDY
  • Department of Biology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, U.S.A
  • http://ar.iiarjournals.org/content/34/5/2195.full.pdf+html

 

Immunotherapy research provided by:


Oxygen research provided by:

 

  • Anticancer Research / International Journal of Cancer Research and Treatment
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Inhibits Benign and Malignant Human Mammary Epithelial Cell Proliferation
  • ERIC V. GRANOWITZ1, NORIKO TONOMURA2, RITA M. BENSON1, DEBORAH M. KATZ1, VIMLA BAND3, GRACE P. MAKARI-JUDSON1 and BARBARA A. OSBORNE2
  • http://ar.iiarjournals.org/content/25/6B/3833.short

 

 

Vitamin research provided by:


RIFE Technology research provided by:

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