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Pandemic impact: costs for everything going up BUT NOT AT NCIM

The Covid-19 pandemic definitely impacted travel into and out of Mexico which kept many sick & ailing people from being able to get to NCIM’s hospital for treatment. This has begun to ease up as scientifically validated prevention & detection measures have become widely available (including over-the-counter ones) and MDs across the world have zeroed in on drugs & therapies that keep Covid-19 infected people from landing in ICU or worse. Once approved vaccines go into widespread use in the US, Canada, Mexico, in the EU and beyond, it is expected that international travel will loosen up even more.

What probably will not change quickly is the pandemic-fueled economic downturn in most nations. Many experts expected housing prices and some aspects of medical care to go down but it has not. In fact, In the US these have gone up. With so many people across the world paying more for…well….just about everything under the sun, NCIM has not only been able to maintain its pre-pandemic pricing structure but also to get generous patrons to help reduce the cost of treatment for some patients.

Those interested in learning more should email NCIM at NCInfodesk@gmail.com or call the NCIM US information desk at 1-562-916-3410.

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NOVA CELLS INSTITUTE NEWSCAST - August 8, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAS7IXWLe0s&list=PLySdDdYELg520yVeEwpu7BmwiZ1yu2QvO

Good news on #WorldLungCancerDay

LUNGS - FREE MS imageAugust 1 is #WorldLungCancerDay. This insidious form of cancer is one Nova Cells has had considerable success in treating. You can read more about the NCIM cancer program at http://www.novacellsinstitute.com/cancer-stem-cell-therapy.html

If you’d like specifics on advanced and end-stage cancer turnarounds* you should contact NCIM’s US information line at 1-562-916-3410 or email NCInfodesk@gmail.com.

* Many, many cancer case histories have yet to be written up. NCIM has specifics and will gladly share this with anyone who calls or emails her.

First cancer patient ever treated by NCIM in full remission (And still is more than 4 years later – August 2015)

The very first cancer patient to be treated as part of NCIM’s unique treatment program (March 2011) is now in full remission. You can read about the program by clicking this link: http://bit.ly/rpLikU. NCIM’s patient care coordinator offered this firsthand account of this man’s course of care and response:

“One 71-year-old gentleman with cancer of the prostate, metastasized to the liver and bone was treated almost 8 months ago. When he arrived at NCIM’s contracted hospital he was in a very sad state, i.e., his legs were all swollen, his PSA was in the neighborhood of 650, he had no energy, a deadly yellowish greenish color to his face and was naturally feeling horrible. On top of all this, he was in great pain and could not urinate. The doctors first controlled his swelling and drained out 3-4 liters of urine from his bladder. After a week of stabilizing him (he was literally dying), the NCIM immunological treatment program was started. Within three days his face was pinkish and his hands were getting pink. He was eating so well that the staff could not believe it. After the 7th primed donor granulocyte treatment, he was walking 1/2 mile around the hospital, and feeling great. He was feeling so good in fact that he decided to return to his home state of Washington to finish up a million-dollar real estate deal. NCIM doctors and staff protested wanting him to finish the entire course of therapy but he was adamant about getting home but promised to return and complete his care once his real estate deal was completed. This he did. By October his US oncologist reported that his PSA is 1.1, his prostate is smaller than a normal 20 year olds, and he could find no cancer at all. Also, his Alkaline Phosphatase level which was about 2,000 during his treatment had dropped to something around 89.”

UPDATE 3-27-2012: Patient #1 is still in full remission.

UPDATE 8-2-2015: Patient #1 is still in full remission!

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