Joan was diagnosed in April, 1979, after her salivary gland was excised.
She came to the IAT Clinic following extensive radiation.
Within two weeks she and her husband were at the clinic and she began the IAT treatment. Millie has been well, no metastases, since she has continued on the IAT treatment.
“In March 2000 I was diagnosis with mesothelioma and given a few months to live.
I have remained completely fit and healthy since then.
My last 3 annual CT scans showed no growth of the cancer-hooray!
Thank God for my own immune system and the treatment that I am presently taking.”“I made the decision to come to the IAT Centre because the treatments offered to me by the Mesothelioma specialists were not at all promising.
I was told in the States that I would not live through the year without radical surgery and chemotherapy. I arrived in Freeport in April of 2002, after locating other Mesothelioma survivors who had gone through the IAT treatment.A week later my husband brought me from England, traveling in a wheelchair, to the Cancer Clinic in the Bahamas.Within a few weeks of the treatment I was much stronger, swimming in the sea and going for long walks on the beach.Less percent with less radical surgery, or extension of life for a short period of time with radiation, only.She chose radiation, keeping her face in tact & began the IAT treatment in September of 1979. Burton & the Clinic on Carleton Fredricks radio program on WOR, NY.Five years later I never felt better and am looking forward to a full remission.