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Date:3/13/2009

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They met with Dr. Antonio Jimenez, who is from New Jersey. He reviewed Tom's records, examined him, ran a battery of tests and suggested a treatment plan. "The doctor was wonderful and gave us real hope. Our room overlooked the ocean. And the food was terrific. We got to walk on the beach every day. We felt pampered and treated like family," Jacquie says.

Tom was given whole body hyperthermia, a natural cancer vaccine and stem cells. "A plastic surgeon removed Tom's own stem cells from his belly fat. When you use your own stem cells, there is no chance of rejection," Jacquie explained.

"Tom is feeling better and his tumors are shrinking," Jacquie reports. "The Hope4Cancer Institute was an answer to our prayers. Even the children responded to the love and attention we received here. We were treated like family. And since our own family had abandoned us because we wanted alternative care, we have been lonely and afraid. Suddenly we had an abundance of hugs and smiles."

The Teeters say they wanted to tell their story both to warn others and to encourage patients seeking alternative treatment. "Our message is to always tour a clinic before making a decision. Talk with the patients. If you can't speak to a doctor and tour the clinic, consider that a warning sign."

"We learned our lesson about choosing a clinic," Jacquie warns. "Don't judge a clinic by its website or by the claims made by the clinic. You have to see the place yourself, and you must feel comfortable with your doctor. I am so glad that we didn't give up. There are good clinics and bad clinics, in Mexico as in the states. We wanted natural treatments and we never lost our faith that the right place was out there. We're just sorry we didn't do our homework first."

Jacquie Teeter and her husband Tom are from northern Indiana.

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