Organizations Offering Information
for Cancer Patients

Sites specializing in support for persons with cancer who are seeking alternatives to conventional treatments are invited to request reciprocal links.

For those who need or want supervision in the use of escharotics, the place with the most experience is the "Hoxsey Clinic" in Mexico.

For those who need or want supervision, the place with the most experience is the Bio-Medical Center in Tijuana, usually called the Hoxsey Clinic. You can also contact Dr. Robert Borchert via his web site: He used to work at the Bio-Medical Center and is now in private practice in Tijuana.

The Bio-Medical Center in Tijuana
Phone 011-52-66-849011












Supervision in escharotic treatment



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