Camelot Cancer Care, Inc. was one of a very few dedicated DMSO clinics operating in the United States which accepts cancer patients.
Camelot’s expanded treatment protocols are now available at the best Mexican cancer treatment clinics!
Camelot Cancer Care Inc. is currently battling FDA persecution. We cannot respond to false allegations, (some absurd, some ludicrous & easily explainable) without disclosing our defense. Our silence to date should not be misinterpreted. We ask that you reserve judgement until the true facts are presented in federal court.
In the meantime, Camelot’s expanded treatment protocols are now available at selected Mexican clinics within our network, at affordable cost.
It is now possible to receive gentle, effective, natural cancer treatment for approximately what you would expect to pay in insurance copays for conventional treatment. (Which often comes with brutal side effects, and averages only a 2.5% five year survival rate.)
Results vary. Each case is unique. Your case may be accepted or declined, based on variable factors, such as diagnosis, grade (aggressiveness), staging (degree of progression) and medical history (How much, if any, conventional treatment the patient received, prior to failure, which led him or her to seek out alternative treatment options. (The latter helps us to gauge if the patient’s immune system remains intact –in other words, his or her ability to respond to our treatment.)
To see if you or a loved one qualifies as a candidate, click on “Free Case Evaluation,” complete the medical history form, then click submit. Your case will be reviewed and you will receive a response within 24 hours, often much sooner.
DMSO is short for “Dimethyl Sulfoxide.” It also stands for “Different Medical Survival Options.” All of the alternative cancer web sites, as well as the many books Camelot is published in, will tell you it works. So will the many patients who are now cancer free following treatment with this natural form of chemo. Like many effective alternative cancer treatments, DMSO has been attacked by the mainstream cancer industry; defamed & chased underground, finally forced to Mexico.
It is WORTH THE TRIP. Standards are excellent in those clinics selected for our network, in Cancun and the surrounding region. Some of the Mexican clinics are located in perfect medical tourism destinations, with nearby hospitals which are modern, state of the art. Many American and Canadian expatriates have settled in this region–and wealthy retirees typically do not settle where there is not good medical care.
You are invited to visit a tropical paradise on the Mayan Riviera, in an atmosphere conducive to healing. The ancient ruins at Chichen Itza is a day trip, as is Cozumel and other tropical attractions, with fabulous beaches, jungle boat tours and shopping. Yes, they speak English. Yes, it is surprisingly affordable. Flights depart daily from cities all over the US, to Cancun. No visa is necessary for the short duration generally needed for cancer treatment.
From Cancun, ground transportation awaits to take patients on to Merida (world famous for its medical clinics) or to Tulum or Playa del Carmen; so heavenly its become a favorite site for hollywood film makers. Clinics within our network, offering Camelot’s expanded treatment protocols, also offer a full program of adjunct treatments, including UBI, ozone therapy, PEMF, nutritional therapy, daily detox with colon hydrotherapy and coffee enemas, all inclusive. The hotels range from quaint & picturesque (but comfortable) all the way to 5 star rating. The food we sampled was fabulous, organic, non-GMO, not in conflict with cancer patient’s dietary needs.
You are invited to come to where recovery from cancer may well await… where the patient’s right to freedom in medical treatment choices is respected by the Mexican federal government… where enlightened medical mavericks are free to practice in peace, and where patients will find a haven of healing. Coconut water is abundant. And yes, it’s alkaline. (Smile.) Click on “Free Case Evaluation,” and complete the medical history form to see if you qualify.
Blessings, and Buenos Dias!