This man was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2004. He was given only 1-1.5 years to live. He first chose to go with chemotherapy. It made him so sick that he did not want to do it again. He tells his story below.
In short, he became very sick from the chemotherapy and declined to undergo further treatments. He had a lot of kidney stones subsequent to these conventional cancer treatments. Upon the advice of family and close friends, he decided to go down to Tijuana, Mexico to a hospital called the International Bio Care Hospital and Medical Center for further cancer treatment.
He loved the atmosphere of this hospital, and remarked that the staff was very professional, courteous, and caring. When he came back to America following the treatments, he went back to his original physicians here in the US. When they searched for his kidney stones, they thought that he had them removed in Mexico. But the Mexican health care professionals never specifically treated Harvey for kidney stones. This seems to support the idea that the treatments that were done in Mexico, in addition to shrinking the tumors and abating the cancer, also got rid of his kidney stones.
He says that he goes down to Mexico every 6-12 months for about 2 weeks of treatments, just to maintain his good health. Whatever they are doing appears to be working because Harvey has greatly surpassed the prognosis given to him by American physicians. Maybe they can learn some things from the hospital down in Mexico.