BAJA, California, Mexico, Aug. 18 The International Cancer Care Foundation (ICCF) has launched a new 'house call' program designed to bring the worlds most cutting edge cancer treatments to your home. According to the foundation medical director Antonio Jimenez, M.D., staff physicians partner with local doctors to treat patients in their own country. ICCF will send members of their medical staff to Canada, Europe, the United Kingdom, Africa, Thailand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Israel, India, New Zealand, Australia or South America to offer treatments and natural medicines not yet available locally.
Foundation team members are available to fly in for consultations, exams, and recommendations for treatment options. The doctors will teach local physicians and family caregivers how to work with their patients incorporating new methods and non-toxic medicines that have been shown to destroy cancer cells and repair the immune system. This program was developed in response to requests from patients and physicians who want to offer their patients an integrated cancer treatment program. ICCF now enables patients to be treated in their home country, instead of having to travel to another country to receive these clinically proven therapies. Treatments may include SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy, IV therapy programs, cancer vaccines and natural detoxification programs.
Cost for traveling medical team members, equipment, medicines and training run about the same cost as a two week inpatient stay at the Baja medical facility, and usually includes a sixty day protocol. Physicians or patients who are interested in this program may contact the International Cancer Care Foundation through their website: www.internationalcancercarefoundation.com.
SOURCE Antonio Jimenez, M.D.