After much searching I settled on CMN hospital because I felt wanted but not pressured, the Skype interview was thorough and relaxed and the contact was courteous and prompt but without coming across as desperate.
Upon arrival and throughout my stay I was treated very well, promptly and with care and love by all the team who genuinely seemed engaged with all patients.
Food was varied, cooked well and very very nice, really enjoyed the food.
The hospital did not make money an issue when my bank fouled up payment, it was mentioned, (I had just found out myself via the bank) but at no time did I feel pressured and it soon got sorted.
They offer a great range of treatments.
It’s location isn’t exactly a beauty spot but, since I was going to get treatment and not take my beach towels, it was something I was prepared to put up with.
Could do with some gym equipment although dr payan argued that he wants to create a relaxed atmosphere for his patients, it can leave the partners a little bored.
Note - This should be taken in extreme context of a specific condition.
Amongst the success stories there are failures, of the 3 patients who attended including me only 1 had a suessful remission. 2 got worse, including me. So on that very ridiculous market survey it has 33% success rate.
All patients take the same protocols, the programme isn’t patient specific, which I appreciate would be difficult, but, the fact remains that not all will respond positively.
My specific cancer type requires immunotherapy. If you know you are PD1 positive please do not take any other treatment or attend any alternative clinic, none of such similar clinics will work. (I hadn’t been confirmed such beforehand mores the pity).
Having become adept working with bio resonance over last year I’d say dr payan under uses this therapy quite dramatically. It does have great effects if you believe your cancer to be pathogen led, for PD1 the programmes are sadly ineffective.
Proteolytic enzymes - uses a great product, I still take it today but, if enzyme therapy is the key to your specific cancer type (pancreatic cancer particularly) you need up to 100 a day, at CMN you get 3.
Dendritic cell therapy is unfortunately far too weak for PD1 cancer, peer reviewed papers prove this beyond doubt.
You will be greatly loved and respected at CMN but it’s one treatment for all style will not heal everyone.
For those like me who are PD1 I would strongly advise to take immunotherapy, like keytruda for example and avoid such types of clinics.
Some of the protocols at CMN are useful but, appear from other reviews to be much more potent for breast cancer patients. So, in that, some hope and confidence should be taken.
Before visiting any clinic and spending your life savings Please know EXACTLY what is wrong with you before committing, a histology report from a biopsy will show this.
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