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Squamous Cell Cancer Responds to SPDT Therapy
Date:1/5/2012

e cancers are usually slow growing, most have already spread at the time of diagnosis.

Miller's oncologist ordered scans and labs, and discovered more squamous cell cancer in the lymph nodes in his neck and lesions in his lungs.  He suggested that Miller immediately undergo radical surgery followed by chemotherapy and radiation.  Even with treatment, there is only a 16% five year survival rate for SCC that has spread to the lungs.  Miller decided to get another opinion.

Miller sought the advice of his minister and he called a friend who had traveled to Mexico for successful cancer treatment a few years before.  After failed conventional treatment, his friend  went to  Mexico for treatments that are not available in the USA.  According to TMD Limited, over half a million Americans now travel outside the country for medical treatment each year, mainly to avoid chemotherapy and radiation treatments and their side effects.

Miller hit the internet and found dozens of sites for alternative cancer clinics.  He called several, and sent his records to about 5 clinics.  He spoke to the doctors and finally flew to Baja and toured his final 3 choices.  "I was amazed at what I found in Baja.  I toured a 20 story modern hospital, an outpatient clinic and a small inpatient clinic right on the beach.  These facilities were spotless, and the staff at each place was professional and efficient.  I finally chose the small inpatient clinic – every single staff person was smiling and friendly.  It just felt like the place I wanted to be," Miller said.

Miller chose Hope4Cancer Institute, founded by Antonio Jimenez, M.D.  The clinic has 8 physicians and only takes 10 patients at a time.  "We use a variety of aggressive natural therapies that are mainstream treatments in many countries – just not in the US.  We never use chemo or radiation.  Our treatments w
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