citizens who want to have their prescription or custom formulation of
non-prescription supplements and/or herbal-filled elixir formulated or
compounded by a licensed Mexican physician only after establishing and
concurring with your foreign (U.S. or other foreign country) physician’s
diagnosis, whereby that patient has been diagnosed by a licensed
physician as a very seriously ill patient who is not responding to their
treatment program where they currently live and have agreed to sign and
affirm such fact, can thus establish, by filling out our clinic’s
convenient paper work, their desperate need of a compassionate-use
personal importation of a prescription drug and/or a mixture of non-drug
herbal and/or dietary supplements.
based, non-approved by FDA, treatments may be imported into the United
States, as long as they are shipped non-commercially directly to a
patient for their own personal use only, or carried by themselves into
the U.S. after being examined at the foreign clinic, or by
non-commercial third party patient representatives such as religious
clergy who are non-profitable and are voluntarily helping a very ill
person to obtain that person’s choice of a foreign-produced treatment
from a foreign licensed physician to cross with such a compassion-use
treatment and to clear American or Canadian customs by using that
country’s mail or civil express commercial delivery services at the
patients cost but without profit to the non-commercial third party
U.S. Customs Service and FDA have broad authority to deny products that
“appear” to violate U.S. regulatory standards. For regulatory
enforcement purposes of correctly protecting America from narcotics, the
FDA separates imported prescription drugs into broad categories, being
drugs for commercial distribution, which does not apply to this personal
patient treatment clinic and its web site, prescription drugs that
arrive by mail or common carrier and, and prescription drugs that are
brought into the country by persons passing through U.S. customs,
utilizing FDA’s personal and compassionate use importation policy.
FDA for years has maintained a compassionate use policy that allows
patients to bring a small amount (i.e., a 90-day supply) of non-FDA
approved drugs into this country for compassionate use. Thus over the
years, the so-called “personal use” FDA and US Customs import policy has
made it easier for patients with life-threatening diseases (such as
cancer and advanced heart disease) to bring medicines into this country
while being monitored by their personal U.S. physician.
this (compassionate use) policy, drugs cannot be imported commercially.
In addition, patients are supposed to affirm in writing that the drug
is for their own use, and provide the name and address of their
personal, area of their residence, physician.
clinic will help each patient who is unable to travel to a foreign
country for their treatment of a very serious medical condition by
helping to prepare their individual affidavit to the FDA and US Customs,
thereby petitioning for their compassionate-use exemption and allowing
their personal importation by themselves or their family representative
or by a third party non-commercial patient representative from a U.S.
bona fide church or other humanitarian organization.
TEXAS RESIDENTS ARE THE
ONLY RESIDENTS OF ANY U.S. STATE OR NATION WORLDWIDE WHICH MUST VISIT
CLINIC IN PERSON TO RECEIVE THEIR CANCEREND PRESCRIPTION WHICH IS
INDIVIDUALLY FORMULATED FOR THEIR CONDITION.
TO FULFILL OUR GOAL OF COMPLETE TRANSPARENCY FOR ANY UNITED STATES VISITOR TO THIS WEBSITE, THE FOLLOWING MUST BE UNDERSTOOD:
NONE OF THE NORTH AMERICAN MEDICALLY LICENSED STAFF AND SPECIALISTS
CONNECTED WITH THIS WEB SITE ARE LICENSED WITHIN TEXAS OR THE U.S.
INFORMATION PROVIDED BY PRACTITIONERS ON THIS OR ANY WEB SITE IS NOT TO
BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PERSONAL AND DIRECT PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE
FROM YOUR PRESENT PHYSICIAN WITHIN YOUR U.S. STATE OF YOUR RESIDENCY AND
THEREFORE IS NOT INTENDED AS A REPLACEMENT FOR THE MEDICAL SERVICES OF
YOUR LOCAL PHYSICIAN, AS SOME PEOPLE MAY NEED IMMEDIATE TREATMENT AND DO
NOT HAVE THE TIME TO TRAVEL FOR DISTANT TREATMENT. YOUR USE OF THIS
WEBSITE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A DOCTOR/PATIENT LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP
WITH ANYONE NOT LICENSED IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY. YOU SHOULD NOT USE
INFORMATION FROM THE DISTANT PRACTITIONERS ASSOCIATED WITH ANY WEBSITE
UNLESS YOU INTEND TO TRAVEL FROM WHERE YOU LIVE TO THIS CLINIC AND SEE
THESE FOREIGN LICENSED PHYSICIANS IN PERSON OR, IF YOU CANNOT TRAVEL,
YOU INTEND TO UTILIZE THE INTERNET BY A TELEMEDICINE PROCESS WITH A
FOREIGN LICENSED PHYSICIAN, WHICH INCLUDES YOUR SUBMISSION OF ALL OF
YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS TO THAT PHYSICIAN SO THAT A CONCURRENCE OF YOUR
CURRENT DIAGNOSIS CAN BE OBTAINED. YOU MUST AGREE NOT TO USE SUCH
INFORMATION ON THIS WEB SITE OR THE INFORMATION ON LINKS FROM THIS
WEBSITE TO SELF-DIAGNOSE OR TREAT A HEALTH PROBLEM OR DISEASE WITHOUT
HAVING FIRST CONSULTED WITH A QUALIFIED LICENSED HEALTH CARE PROVIDER IN
PERSON. IF YOU HAVE OR SUSPECT YOU HAVE AN URGENT MEDICAL PROBLEM,
PROMPTLY CONTACT A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDER NEAREST
YOUR LOCATION. THE PHYSICIANS OF THIS CLINIC OF THIS WEBSITE ADVISE YOU
TO ALWAYS SEEK THE ADVICE OF A PHYSICIAN OR OTHER QUALIFIED HEALTH
PROVIDER PRIOR TO YOUR STARTING ANY NEW TREATMENT, OR SIMPLY SEEKING
GENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING ANY
GENERAL CONDITION OR INFORMATION CONCERNING NON U.S. FDA APPROVED
TREATMENTS OR SUPPLEMENTS.
3. RESULTS MAY VARY WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF CANCER
RESIDENTS ARE THE ONLY RESIDENTS OF ANY U.S. STATE OR NATION WORLDWIDE
WHICH MUST VISIT CLINIC IN PERSON TO RECEIVE THEIR CANCEREND
PRESCRIPTION WHICH IS INDIVIDUALLY FORMULATED FOR THEIR CONDITION.