posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 02:58 PM
reply to post by miniatus
You have to first send records over to see if you are a candidate for his treatment, and this costs at least $1500 for the records review. Then, you
have to go see him for a several day initial visit in Houston, cost typically around $10,000. If he chooses to begin treatment on your behalf, they
will customize a treatment to your cancer's specific DNA, but if it isn't the specific well-researched type of cancer, then the treatment will not
necessarily be effective, and they may have to try several variations. In the end, it is $30,000 to $40,000 out of pocket expense by the end of that
first month, and then $3,000 to $6,000 each month after that to continue receiving the custom drugs.
It seems to be a miracle cure for some people, but for the cancers with little research it is just a big expense with a subpar performance.
His science is good, so perhaps one day he will have custom treatments with well-researched cures for many types of cancers. I hope he has more
success in the future, but he isn't a miracle doctor quite yet.