Hi everyone Philip has been on new treatment know for almost 8 months. He is doing well has not missed a day of school. Of course it isn't easy but Philip is a strong little guy. Philip is 92 pds instead of 52 pds because of the steroids.The treatment cost 4K a month we are paid up to Nov1st. We are still battling with insurance company its not easy. Philip needs this treatment.Please forward to all your friends. I hope you can be at fundraiser. PLEASE KEEP PHILIP in your prayers Thanks Aunt Anna
Marcos and family is actively helping himself get the treatment at The Burzynski Clinic. He has almost raised enough money to start treatment. He could use more help and support from you. Please make a donation through our website donate button or contact us to make a donation by check. Any proceeds from shirt orders made under his name, will go towards his account at the Burzynski Clinic.
Here is his story:
I was Diagnosed with stage four colon cancer early this year. It was a huge shock for my family and I to understand how a healthy 36 year old could have this cancer. My Doctor at UCSD Cancer told me I probably have a 5% Chance of making it, if I take High dose Chemo Followed by Radiation, Surgery followed by more Chemo, I can't except those odds. I was fortunate to go out to Texas and see Doctor Burzynski. From the very beginning his approach made sense to me and my family. I also got a chance to meet Chris who also had colon and was cancer free in 3 months under doctor Burzyski's care. However my insurance will not cover me for his treatment so I'm currently trying to raise the money in order to be able to start my care. I have taken three months of high dose chemo here without any solid results. I feel I really need to start treatment with doctor Burzynski. Throughout my Journey God has Blessed me by putting people in my path that have really helped me in so many ways, inspired me and gave me hope. Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Marcos E. Rodriguez
We have some exciting news—as well as some rather disturbing news to announce.
First, the exciting news:
1. USA Television Premiere of Burzynski, the Movie: Cancer Is Serious Business on The Documentary Channel!
Sunday, August 7, 2011 at 8:00 PM Eastern:
2. Canada & USA TV pay-per-view available August 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 only, via multiple TV platforms:
(a). Pay-per-view within the USA on the following TV subscription services:
Verizon FiOs, Charter, AT&T U-Verse, Dish, Mediacom, Eastlink Communications, Wave, Blue Ridge, Burlington Telecom, Morristown, KPU, Tullahoma Utilities, Valley Communications.
(b). Pay-per-view within Canada via the following TV subscription services:
Rogers, Cogeco, Access Communication, Source Cable, NorthwsTel Cable, Bluewater, Seaside, Cable Cable.
3. More online rental and purchase starting August 1st:
iTunes, Vudu.com, CinemaNow.com (Netflix coming this fall).
If you have already seen this film, we hope that you encourage a friend to see it—seeing it has become easier and easier for everyone! As Dr. Burzynski, Antineoplastons, and this film project continues to gain more momentum within the worldwide public eye, more and more distribution outlets have opened up.
This is a good thing, not just because it exposes more people to this story, but because we are going to need you and everyone else that cares about medical freedom and the preservation of Dr. Burzynski, his clinic, and Antineoplastons to soon step up to the plate to help, because...
4. We have some disturbing news:
The Texas Medical Board is trying once again to shut Burzynski's clinic down. In January 2012 they will take him to trial—again. We will be launching a new call-to-action to bombard Governor Rick Perry's office, with letters, emails, faxes, phone calls and DVDs to keep this trial from going forward. Please sit tight, we will have a fully targeted package to utilize to try to help fight this absurdity.
As a part of this call-to-action, we will also be asking people to bug all of our Congressman and Senators to open up a new hearing to force the FDA to allow the approval of Antineoplastons based on their completed Phase 2 FDA clinical trials. Almost all cancer drugs approved in the last decade were approved after only completing Phase 2 FDA trials, especially for brain cancer. To make matters worse, nearly all of these drugs were approved after completing Phase 2 without having saved a single life. Yet, Burzynski & Antineoplastons are credited with saving hundreds of lives in Phase 2 FDA clinical trials, including the lives of pediatric brain cancer patients—who have not only been alive for over 10 years—but are the first patients in the history of medicine to ever have been cured of their type of tumor.
There is no logical reason other than outright bureaucratic suppression to force Antineoplastons to enter Phase 3 trials without hitting the market first after completing Phase 2. Not to mention the $300 million dollar price tag that Phase 3 trials cost, which can be more easily paid for if the FDA would allow them on the market—allowing The Burzynski Research Institute, Inc. and other third-party distributors to profit from it, then turning that money into funding for Phase 3.
Allowing drugs to be FDA approved after completing only Phase 2 is not remotely unusual. What the FDA does is approve these drugs after Phase 2, then while they are on the market they simultaneously conduct Phase 3. But, not for Burzynski, Antineoplastons, or cancer patients that need this treatment now.
We will have a well-buttoned up fact sheet and form letters to write your local Congressmen and Senators to push this forward. The truth is on our side, and all we are asking is to make the FDA consider Antineoplastons no differently than they have considered any other drug on the market.
If we put the FDA on the stand today, we can not only expose this abuse of power—but participate in the first time in history the general public will be responsible for forcing a medicine into FDA-approval and into the public's hands. (That's almost as exciting as discovering a cure for cancer).
The full movie is available to watch online at www.burzynskimovie.com. This is a must see movie and share with everyone
Laura Jo Hofsess' story of how she is beating cancer has been published online with Salem-News. This is an incredible and inspirational story. One that needs to be forwarded on to every person you know.
The Hofsess family is hoping to do well on April 30th, 2011, with our fundraiser so that we can assist a fellow Oregonian and family member, with her expenses at Burzynski Clinic. Cathy has been accepted to the clinic for treatment and family is working diligently on helping her get there. Cathy is 44 years old, and first cousin of Kristie’s Husband John. She has Ewings Sarcoma and traditional treatment has failed to help her. Anyone wishing to make a donation to assist Cathy with her expenses at Burzynski Clinic you can either do that through us, or we can put you in touch directly with the person you’d need to speak to at the clinic.
We have a fundraiser coming up on April 30th from 10a-6p at Copper Goose Nursery in Coquille, Oregon. We will be selling hanging flower baskets @ $30 each. A big thank you to Mary Torres who has offered this wonderful fund raising opportunity to us.
We will also have our shirts there to purchase.
Be sure to check out Suzanne Somers' blog.... http://www.suzannesomers.com/blog/
This is a must read article on the Hofsess families experience with Burzynski Clinic.
We are working hard getting our application process started with the 501(c)(3). We have called a couple of lawyers and for them to type up all of the documents needed and help with the IRS application process is approx $7000.00. We are working on planing lots of fundraisers to help with this cost. If someone would like to donate money to help us with this process, please make a notation of that on your check or paypal donation. We will be making sure that money donated is used properly.
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