Cancer Healing in a clinic at the United States

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The drug Antineoplastons has very good results on tumors. It may be, however, that this solution does not work 100%. Then prayer is there to help us in our daily lives.

What are Antineoplastons?

Antineoplastons (ANP) are peptides and amino acid derivatives, discovered by Dr. S. Burzynski, M.D., Ph.D. in 1967.

Dr. Burzynski first identified naturally occurring peptides in the human body that control cancer growth. He observed that cancer patients typically had deficiency of certain peptides in their blood as compared to healthy individuals. According to Dr. Burzynski, Antineoplastons are components of a biochemical defense system that controls cancer without destroying normal cells.

Chemically, the Antineoplastons include peptides, amino acid derivatives and organic acids. They occur naturally in blood and urine and they are reproduced synthetically for medicinal use. The name of Antineoplastons comes from their functions in controlling neoplastic, or cancerous, cells (anti-neoplastic cells agents).

Chemical formulas of active ingredients of Antineoplastons (pdf)

Antineoplaston Therapy

Antineoplaston Therapy is an experimental therapy offered at the Burzynski Clinic, currently available only within clinical trials. To find out more about the eligibility criteria for enrollment in clinical trials, please contact our Cancer Information Specialist.

Research and Manufacturing

The continuous research on Antineoplastons is conducted and supervised by a team of experienced and committed scientists at our Clinic and the Burzynski Research Institute.

The extensively trained staff and the advanced, specialized production line ensure the highest standards of Antineoplastons manufacturing.

 

Contact the Institute for treatment:

 

CALL: (800) 714-7181
International Calls +1 (713) 335-5697

 


Travel Information and Accommodation

 

Location

Burzynski Clinic is conveniently located in the Medical District of West Houston and is easily accessible from the airports and major highways.

General location: Highway I-10 West (exit Blalock). Click for map and directions.

Download our Patient Travel and Information Brochure (pdf)

Multilingual Assistance

Due to the international character of our clinic, we are able to assist our patients in various foreign languages, including French, German, Spanish, Portugese, Philipino, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic, Farsi and Hindi.

 

Burzynski Clinic believes that each patient is a valuable person, not just a medical record number. 

We have made it our goal to provide concierge care for every patient every day.  The words of our patients say it best, they are our best advocates.  Nothing illustrates who we are better than the inspiring stories of our remarkable patients. 

Here are some stories of our patients journeys.  As you read them, you will get an insight in to our facility, to our elite standard of care, and how the Burzynski Clinic approach to medicine can change people's lives. 

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Tracey Edry - Breast Cancer

Tracy was diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2005. As her life turned upside down into a series of tests, opinions, and doctors appointments, she came across the Burzynski Clinic and decided to undergo the treatment. Today, almost 3 years later, Tracey is cancer-free, a happy wife and a mom of two young boys.

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Tori Moreno - Brainstem Glioma

Tori was diagnosed with brainstem glioma, a fast growing and aggressive tumor. After evaluating treatment options, her parents brought Tori to the Burzynski Clinic when she was less than six months old. After a year the tumor decreased 70% and today, at age of 9, Tori lives a normal life.

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Dustin Kunnari - Medulloblastoma

Less than 2 and a half years old, Dustin  was diagnosed with medulloblastoma of the brain. Shortly after initiating therapy at the Burzynski Clinic, Dustin's tumor began to shrink.

Dustin has been in remission for almost 12 years. He's now 16 years old, a happy teenager and an excellent student. He recently took a class in public speaking at school and was very proud to have his first public appearance in front of 500 guests at the Patient Reunion in October 2007 where he spoke about his victory over cancer.

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James Treadwell - Glioblastom multiforme stage IV

In April 2004 James Treadwell was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme stage IV. The doctors advised him he had 3-6 months to live. It was the most unexpected and shocking news for an otherwise healthy and very active retired US Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel. After two unsuccessful surgeries, failed radiation and chemo treatments, Jim started treatment at the Burzynski Clinic. Today, three years later, Jim is fully recovered, tumor-free and back in the water relearning how to surf. Himself, he says: "I walk the dog daily, we are traveling again and life is VERY good".

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Paul Michaels - Optic-hypothalamic Glioma

Paul was diagnosed with an inoperable optic-hypothalamic glioma in November, 1985, when he was only 4 years old.  Because of the treatment at the Burzynski Clinic, Paul has been cancer-free.   He is now working as a personal trainer for a health/fitness club .

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Sophia Gettino - Pineoblastoma Brain Tumor

Sophia was only 11 months old when, in December of 1996, she was diagnosed with pineoblastoma brain tumor. Today, Sophia is 11 years old and lives a normal life after therapy at the Burzynski Clinic. She also attended the Patient Reunion in October 2007 and personally spoke about her heart-warming story. Click to see video

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Roy Hash - Medulloblastoma

Diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a deadly brain tumor, Roy Hash began the treatment at the Burzynski Clinic in March 2001. He was declared in "complete response" in December 2002. Roy is now 8 years old and in second grade - he's one of the best students in his class. He now has a wonderful little sister Jamie that makes his days full of adventure.

Read Roy's full story (with photo gallery)

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Sara began treatment at the Burzynski Clinic on June 1, 1994. Six and a half weeks later her eye had opened up completely and most of her tumor was gone.

 

 

To connect with any of the these patients contact our Cancer Information Specialists.

More patient stories are posted on the website of the Burzynski Patient Group.

Visit our YouTube channel for patient videos and news stories.


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