Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Alternative Cancer Treatment Clinic Reopening in Bahamas

By Tim Povtak

Jerry Lampe and Ruth Phillips — two of America’s longest-living mesothelioma survivors — won’t feel so helpless now when a newly diagnosed patient asks for their secret to success.

The controversial Immune Augmentation Therapy (IAT) Clinic in Freeport, Bahamas, is set to reopen in October, giving mesothelioma patients a proven, alternative therapy option once again.

IAT operated outside of U.S. regulation from 1977 to 2016.

The name has been changed to Quantum Immunologics, but the philosophy surrounding cancer treatment is exactly the same, a throwback to when Lampe and Phillips were treated originally.

“Our basic treatment has not changed,” Dr. Eric Brown, new medical director, told “We know that mesothelioma can be treated here. It is treated here and was treated successfully at the clinic in the past.”  Read more >>