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Old 12-08-2013, 22:24   #1
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Hey check these out. Certainly looks promising!

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It sure does... I felt better just reading this.

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They're accepting new patient apps. But when I called about it...well the price is well...pricey...

35000 dollars plus airfare to and from the facility. 1 week stay at their facility then four to five more trips afterwards.

According to them...the treatment is tailored to your own unique body chemistry.

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A couple of concerns: The Clinic is located in Mexico because the treatment is not FDA approved, and, the Reference provided is from a Director of the Tourism Development Commission.

The Clinic looks more like a ritzy spa where the treatment given could be achieved by eating eating lc/hf.

Omg I'm cynical this morning.

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A couple of concerns: The Clinic is located in Mexico because the treatment is not FDA approved, and, the Reference provided is from a Director of the Tourism Development Commission.

The Clinic looks more like a ritzy spa where the treatment given could be achieved by eating eating lc/hf.

Omg I'm cynical this morning.
Well they have been on several shows explaining their treatment and how it works.

There's been a few success stories too specifically with a man with RA utilizing it and apparently he was cured of it.

It's not fda approved. But then again..the diabetic diet is FDA approved and it ain't the best thing for us.

Keep an open mind. This might be a great thing in the works that can be the answer for all of us to get rid of this disease once and for all.

I would play guinea pig for them LOL

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..... Could this be?

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If you watch the shows they were on you will see that they were infomercials. On the Arizona Midday Show it clearly states across the screen "Paid for by Promotional Tourism Office of Mexico".

A quick scan of the Research 'evidence' (Stanford Univ. etc) cites initial findings and trials on mice - efficacy trials yet to be conducted.

I'm sorry Justin I'm yet to be convinced - I dearly wish a cure could be found for our disease but I don't think Hans Truesdell's slick promotion of his holiday resort and clinic is furthering the cause.

This is my opinion and you are entitled to yours.

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If you watch the shows they were on you will see that they were infomercials. On the Arizona Midday Show it clearly states across the screen "Paid for by Promotional Tourism Office of Mexico". A quick scan of the Research 'evidence' (Stanford Univ. etc) cites initial findings and trials on mice - efficacy trials yet to be conducted. I'm sorry Justin I'm yet to be convinced - I dearly wish a cure could be found for our disease but I don't think Hans Truesdell's slick promotion of his holiday resort and clinic is furthering the cause. This is my opinion and you are entitled to yours.
Thanks, Frey.... If you think about it, it could be a lucrative scam!

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I'm spooked because it's a promotion of their Tourism Development Commission. If this were a bona fide medical breakthrough, their equivalent of a national medical association would be offering to PAY the guinea pigs, not charge them thousands of dollars.

Mexican Medical Tourism is a huge source of revenue in recent years . . . I'd be very careful who I got mixed up with. Just sayin' . . . us due diligence in investigating offers like this.

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I'm spooked because it's a promotion of their Tourism Development Commission. If this were a bona fide medical breakthrough, their equivalent of a national medical association would be offering to PAY the guinea pigs, not charge them thousands of dollars.

Mexican Medical Tourism is a huge source of revenue in recent years . . . I'd be very careful who I got mixed up with. Just sayin' . . . us due diligence in investigating offers like this.
I'm not saying that the tourism thing isn't a bit sketchy but when I got in touch with the medical department they told me that the treatment is being held at the resort for comfort purposes because it would be ridiculous to be holed up in a research facility during the treatment. And you are paying for the treatment, they put you up at the resort on their dime. Not only that, the week stay is just that...a week stay. Five initial treatments after the drug has been tailored to your body chemistry then four to five additional doses that you pop in and get and leave. (granted the flight there isn't convenient).

Listen, the point I'm trying to make here is that the treatment itself is viable (Edited: Though efficacy trials are needed to confirm this overall like freya pointed out which I am sure it will prove none other than effective...at least I have faith it will). Not only that, I was assured that a version of it (not the tailored treatment but a generic version) will be available for treatment options once it hits the market for pharmaceutical use. Then clinics for it will open for the tailored treatment that will be covered by insurance (optimally of course).

Not only that, once it is fully developed it could be a great cure for not just diabetes. I've studied the science behind it and it is solid (Edited: Notice I said the science behind it, not the treatment. I have reason to believe that scientifically speaking this is possible). But don't take my word for it. I'm sure once it is available to everyone and not through this particular method it will prove to be a great thing for us all.

I can understand if you need to be "sold" freya. Given time and more R and D on the drug I'm sure the overall "selling" will sell itself.

And another thing...this is the best news in the treatment of diabetes that I have heard in a while and I'm placing it on faith that it isn't a sham. Granted I've waited this long for a new treatment option that could possibly be an answer to all our prayers so I can wait for this too.

Who knows right? It could be as you say freya or it could be the real deal.


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