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Date:7/14/2011

>Dr. Antonio Jimenez is the world's leading expert in SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy, which is also used in China, England, Australia and the EU.  While the therapy is not yet recognized in the USA, in the 25 countries of the EU, with a population of 370 million, every registered and licensed physician is allowed to use this sensitizer system under highly defined guidelines.  Jimenez is the medical director of Hope4Cancer Institute in Baja California, just 10 miles inside the Mexican border from San Diego.

"We find SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy works in heavy, deep tumors such as ovarian, endometrial, colon and kidney, as well as prostate, lung, breast and bone cancers," Jimenez explained.  "When used in conjunction with hyperthermia, we see a dramatic reduction in tumor size during the first two weeks of treatment."

"I was thrilled to have another option," Hatton said.  "I did some research, and found Dr. Tony and Hope4Cancer Institute in Baja that uses SonoPhoto as well as local and whole body hyperthermia, and many other natural therapies.  It sounded too good to be true – so I flew down there to meet with the medical team, tour the clinic and speak to some of the patients.   I never left.  I was so impressed with what I saw that I just checked in.  I only had to stay 2 weeks – and I did an extensive home program for several more months, but did not have to stop working.  My cancer is in remission and I feel great.  I've had to make some lifestyle changes, and they put me on an organic diet so I've lost weight and I quit smoking.  They taught me how to take care of myself.  And I fully expect to go on another cruise for my 50th wedding anniversary."

Hatton says his oncologist tried to discourage him from getting treatment in Mexico.  "But he didn't know anything about these treatments – I didn't understand how he could dismiss them, just because he did not learn about t
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