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Do You Have Cancer?

March 6, 2012 by  

There is a cancer clinic in Freeport, Grand Bahama. This clinic can test specifically for cancer with a simple blood test. Treatment is by outpatient, though there is a hospital next door.

This does not include the American cancer treatment system of operations, chemotherapy and radiation. The clinic, called the IAT Clinic, uses non-invasive therapy. I have personally talked with patients who had been told their condition was terminal before they went to this clinic, and some of them have survived some 20-plus years.  Of course, those who come too late, as people are inclined to do, don’t really get the benefit, and they die.

I would not hesitate one second to go to this clinic if I had cancer. Cancer doesn’t kill you in the U.S. as much as the treatment does.

Freeport, Grand Bahama is only a little more than an hour from Atlanta by commercial flight. Of course, a passport is required. The language is English and the U.S. dollar is accepted on a par with the Bahamian dollar.

I don’t know the cost of treatment but I have never heard anyone say it is outrageous. I do not believe U.S. insurance companies cover the treatment.

IAT Clinic contact information is: Telephone 242-352-7455 or fax 242-352-3201.

The mailing address is: P.O. Box F-42689, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas 99999.

This clinic has had quiet success for 50 years.

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American who has been writing a newsletter since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • s c

    If there’s anything to it, Bob, Uncle Scam’s knee-jerk defensive tricks would make any howling predator envy. This new approach would mean that the AMA’s never-ending TEST methodology would be ripped a new one.
    Why, that might mean that an MD couldn’t afford a million dollar house or two or three ex-wives. And that interruption of a streamlined cash flow would mean that certain perks and the status quo that goes with being an MD would be stunted. Sounds like quite a conflict is on the way. Go get ‘em, Freeport.

  • John R. Howell

    They didn’t say anything about how they treat cancer!

  • Cribster

    There are also “Gerson” clinics in Mexico and Hungary that treat cancer through nutrition and clensing. I’ve heard many success stories using this therapy where traditional western medicine has failed.

  • scout

    I just wish cancer wasn’t treated as such a money grabbing opportunity here in the US. Big pharma controls the government agency FDA.

  • Emoke

    The cost of treatments by experimentation has gone through the roof partially because of the insurance industry in collusion with doctors and the government. If individuals were responsible for themselves the vetting of different treatments would be much better.

    We have a false rationale that if something costs more it is better and when we get to pass that cost on to the collective, aren’t we the smart ones who are getting the deal? Unfortunately sometimes the best treatments are not the expensive ones but the ones where you have to take some individual responsibility for your treatment.

  • OneDamnAngryAmerican

    Their therapy is to restore your immune system, thereby attacking cancer cells. Google them for interesting reading. I have HCL rom being exposed to Agent Orange while in VietNam.

  • 45caliber

    I saw an article about cancer back about 1970. The author stated that if we ever did discover a cancer cure, it would NOT be done in the US. Our medical profession (not necessarily the doctors) depends upon cancer for much of its income. If a patient had to pay $10,000 for a pill that would cure cancer it would be cheaper on the patient – and it would put over 2.5 million people who treat cancer out of work. He stated that all research in the US is on how to keep a patient alive with cancer rather than how to cure it. And all treatment is as likely to cause cancer as it is to cure it. So far I’ve not seen anything to change that opinion.

    A few years ago, a friend had cancer. Another friend researched it on-line. The cancer patient’s dog would bring her springs of a weed when they were outside. Upon investigation, they found that the weed had enzimes that would cure some types of cancer. The problem was, from a drug company’s standpoint, they couldn’t sythisize it and couldn’t grow enough of the weed to provide for everyone’s needs. So it was ignored.

    The researcher friend did discover one interesting thing. Back about 1910 a doctor found a cure for throat cancer. At present, if you get it, there is less than a 30% chance you can be cured. The doctor discovered that cancer cells die if they are heated above 105 degrees. What he did was deliberately give the throat cancer patients strep throat. This would locally cause the throat cells to heat to 115 degrees and the cancer was killed. He treated 50 patients. All but one was cured and that one was so terminal that he died 12 hours after being admitted. The doctor was shut down by the federal government because it was “wrong to attempt to cure one disease by giving the patient another one.” I will admit that at that time they didn’t have antibiotics so strep was also hard to cure.

  • ” patrick H.T. paine “

    ” To conquer, first DIVIDE! ”

    Once again motivation here is questionable and the audience fails to “grasp” the obvious…I guess there is a “secret” which will be shared for “fiat money”?

    Do we really need to go to “whereever” for this mystery “blood test”? Is this something magical which only this “source” knows about?

    Since “individuals” still have some freedoms left, and one of them is the ability to actually have a blood test performed……by a private lab……and would be a logical first step…..if one were actually concerned about “empowering victims”……?

    What is the difference between the “long con” and the “short con”? Is the latter more moral? Can one be “a little bit pregnant or a little bit corrupt”?

    If one is actually concerned about developing the “critical thinking” skills of one’s audience, it seems to me that rather than claiming to have the solutions to things that require both accurate information as well as well developed reasoning skills, and given the prevalent practice of incitation and reaction as the major form of information distribution………those who seek to educate for the purpose of reaching intelligent
    conclusions,,,,,,,,should be able to comprehend that the primary skill that needs to be addressed and utilised…….is: The ability to ask the right question and to persist in asking it until an answer is given. ( or determined ) All else is meaningless rhetoric…..for questionable purpose! Cui bono?

    “Do not ask for whom thebell tolls………”

    • rob

      WOW!! An intelligent comment! A few remain among us.

  • Mary Nicholson

    Medical Cannabis

    For those who are unfamiliar with its uses and history, one of the biggest concerns about cannabis is how it relates to health. Since the beginning of cannabis prohibition, many claims have been made about its negative (or for that matter positive) consequences. And while it is true that cannabis is not for everyone, the same can be said for any item found in medicine cabinet or in a grocery store.

    It is of our opinion that the best decisions are well-informed decisions. We invite you to educate yourself and seek out unbiased answers to your questions.

    We’ve listed a few basic facts below that you may not have known about cannabis and health, and we’ve included links to a few of the largest medical cannabis organizations in the country where you will find numerous studies and articles.

    #1

    Cannabis is safer than alcohol, safer than prescription painkillers and safer than tobacco. Cannabis has no known toxicity in humans, and no one has ever died from consuming cannabis.

    #2

    Numerous scientific studies have demonstrated not only the safety of cannabis, but also the efficacy in treating a number of very serious diseases and illnesses. Cannabis has been shown to be effective in treating relief of cancer and the side effects of its treatment, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Crohn’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia (FMS), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s Disease, Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS), Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, cerebral palsy, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), opioid dependence, stroke and spinal injury among others.

    #3

    The federal government currently provides cannabis as medicine to four living patients under the Compassionate Investigational New Drug Program, and in 2003 approved patents for pharmaceutical development of cannabis constituents called cannabinoids. Meanwhile, federal agencies simultaneously and vigorously tout cannabis as highly addictive and of no medical value to the American public, despite overwhelming scientific evidence demonstrating its safety and efficacy.

    Patients Out of Time http://www.medicalcannabis.com

    Americans for Safe Access http://www.safeaccessnow.org

    National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws http://www.norml.org

    Sensible Missouri http://www.sensiblemissouri.org

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