Gendicine
Jan Eriksen-Denmark

Hillerød, Denmark

#67 Jan 13, 2009
Angelique wrote:
My husband has metastaic Melanoma and his tumours are huge. He is meeing with a dr Spall and Autralian who practices hyperthermia treatment in Shanghai, Gen is alos supposed to be used as well. We will find out more on the 10 July. Will post more infor after seeing him. My husband has been given two months to live. He has had ops and chemo and noting has worked . This is our last hope and we are taking it if the doc will have him.
Hej Angelique
my wife has melanoma too and had surgery remowed lymphnodes 22 dec08
we are now angius waiting of pet pc scan in 2 month. Could you give us some info how treatment
worked on your husband.witch hospital and so on. i will be very thankfull of any info.
best wishes
Jan Eriksen
raison

Manotick, Canada

#68 Apr 18, 2009
check the following urls: Richard Weissenborn, a businessman from USA seemed to get good results with gendicine. gendicine might not work for all cancers

http://www.truveo.com/Gene-Therapy-For-Real/i...

http://www.channel4.com/news/articles/science...
Paul

Vancouver, Canada

#69 Jun 12, 2009
We took our mother to China, she had Pancreatic Cancer which had metastasized to her Peritoneum. She was there for 4 months but kept having cancer related bowel obstructions which caused infections that made her treatment stop. She only recieved 4 weeks of treatment while she was there. We took her to Phoenix Yanhua Hospital outside Beijing. She was receiving Gendicine, Abdomen Hypothermia, Gemcitabene, Oxaliplatin, Kanglaite (Chinese herbal medicine), Zadaxin, and Nimotuzumab. There was another patient there with advanced pancreatic cancer whose cancer had shrunk enough for surgery and he left for home to get surgery while we were there. If my mother hadn't had the bowel obstructions we believe she may have had a chance.
henry

Australia

#70 Sep 19, 2009
Samuel

Beijing, China

#72 Sep 29, 2009
you can find a lot of information on Gene Therapy Cancer on http://www.cancer-alternative.org/ and here is the Phoenix Yanhua Cancer Centre in Beijing http://www.phoenixcancercentre.com/
A lot of international patients get treated there. All forms of solid tumors can be treated and many cancer patients have been cured!
ray

Cambridge, MA

#73 Nov 10, 2009
Paul wrote:
We took our mother to China, she had Pancreatic Cancer which had metastasized to her Peritoneum. She was there for 4 months but kept having cancer related bowel obstructions which caused infections that made her treatment stop. She only recieved 4 weeks of treatment while she was there. We took her to Phoenix Yanhua Hospital outside Beijing. She was receiving Gendicine, Abdomen Hypothermia, Gemcitabene, Oxaliplatin, Kanglaite (Chinese herbal medicine), Zadaxin, and Nimotuzumab. There was another patient there with advanced pancreatic cancer whose cancer had shrunk enough for surgery and he left for home to get surgery while we were there. If my mother hadn't had the bowel obstructions we believe she may have had a chance.
hi paul, my father is also suffering from the same condition, pancreatic cancer with peritoneum metastases. how's your experience with beijing yanhua? i'm thinking of trying out the treatment there.
Paul

Vancouver, Canada

#74 Nov 11, 2009
The treatment wasn't cheap that is for sure, but I believe given the chance to go through it can make a difference. They have multiple different treatment options besides Gendicine. There was one patient that had his pancreatic tumour shrink to the point it was operable. Unfortunately for my mother she never really had the opportunity to complete her treatments.
ray wrote:
<quoted text>
hi paul, my father is also suffering from the same condition, pancreatic cancer with peritoneum metastases. how's your experience with beijing yanhua? i'm thinking of trying out the treatment there.
ray

Cambridge, MA

#75 Nov 12, 2009
hi paul, thanks for writing back. treatment aside, is it easy to get to the hospital from the airport? i'm concern now as beijing is having a very heavy snowstorm & might not get any better soon.
i have also some other questions, could you write to my email @ astrone@hotmail.com instead. appreciate your reply :)
ray

Cambridge, MA

#76 Nov 12, 2009
Paul wrote:
The treatment wasn't cheap that is for sure, but I believe given the chance to go through it can make a difference. They have multiple different treatment options besides Gendicine. There was one patient that had his pancreatic tumour shrink to the point it was operable. Unfortunately for my mother she never really had the opportunity to complete her treatments.
<quoted text>
hi paul, thanks for writing back. treatment aside, is it easy to get to the hospital from the airport? i'm concern now as beijing is having a very heavy snowstorm & might not get any better soon.
i have also some other questions, could you write to my email @ astrone@hotmail.com instead. appreciate your reply :)
Robert Altmann

Munich, Germany

#77 Dec 9, 2009
Is GENDICINE only available in China and how could it be purchased
there? I have sent two inquiries to the manufacturer, but received
no reply. Is it available in any other countries, for example in
Europe?

ariola@cablemail.de
Paul

Vancouver, Canada

#78 Dec 9, 2009
Hey Ray, Sorry I never saw your second post until now. The hospital arranges the travel for you from the airport its approximately 50 minutes in a car.

Robert:
From what I know Gendicine is only approved in China, there were talks about it being available in India also in early 2009 but never heard anything about it after that. We met someone at the hospital that mentioned that it was also available in Thailand at resort style hospitals but I never found anything on the net to that effect.
Matthew Vegh

China

#80 Dec 28, 2009
That's thesunrisegroup.asia
Jeff

Acton, CA

#83 Jul 17, 2010
Hello, i'm sad to see posts dating back from 2007 because i just happen to stumble onto this site today.

My mother has 7 tumors (two on the neck, 1 base at skull base, 1 tale bone, 1 liver, 1 chest, 1 under tongue), and will be receiving Gendicine. She had breast cancer in 2008 and had surgery to have it removed.

My fathers friend had a cancer in the stomach, had surgery and chemo. 1 year later he it came back and was said to be stage 4 and he had 3 months to live. he didn't think he had enough strength to receive chemo again. He went to china this march (2010) and they reported back in May(2010) and said the PET/CT scan they took yesterday showed no tumors, this was the first time they had an stage 3-4 patient to be completely healed and he stayed longer to contribute to their research.

Some information:

From what i heard form my father.

::Each syringe is about $833 ea.

::Patients can stay dorms attached to the hospital, i think he said $50 a night.

::My fathers friend stayed for 2 months, because when he arrived they did their own scans and evaluated it, and began the sequence of curing it.

::How Gendicine works::
The p53 Gene in healthy cells are replaced by cancer cells when a person is sick. Gendicine is injected directly into the tumor using a virus as the medium to carry p53 genes to replace the cancer cells with the original p53 genes to transform the cell back to a normal cell.

video: youtube.com/watch...

I'm just sharing everything i know, use it to how ever you'd like.

I'll be back in 2-3 months (or sooner) to let you guys know what happened.
Matthew Vegh

Central District, Hong Kong

#84 Jul 24, 2010
Don't know why the site deleted my Gendicine post. I can assist anyone here who wants to know how to receive Gendicine treatments; as well as Hyperthermia, CIK/DK Immunotherapy and TCM. I know this from having sent a close family member to Beijing for these treatments, which were very successful. You can visit thesunrisegroup.asia for more info as well.
john t

Durham, UK

#87 Mar 20, 2011
hi how did you get on ?
Jeff wrote:
Hello, i'm sad to see posts dating back from 2007 because i just happen to stumble onto this site today.
My mother has 7 tumors (two on the neck, 1 base at skull base, 1 tale bone, 1 liver, 1 chest, 1 under tongue), and will be receiving Gendicine. She had breast cancer in 2008 and had surgery to have it removed.
My fathers friend had a cancer in the stomach, had surgery and chemo. 1 year later he it came back and was said to be stage 4 and he had 3 months to live. he didn't think he had enough strength to receive chemo again. He went to china this march (2010) and they reported back in May(2010) and said the PET/CT scan they took yesterday showed no tumors, this was the first time they had an stage 3-4 patient to be completely healed and he stayed longer to contribute to their research.
Some information:
From what i heard form my father.
::Each syringe is about $833 ea.
::Patients can stay dorms attached to the hospital, i think he said $50 a night.
::My fathers friend stayed for 2 months, because when he arrived they did their own scans and evaluated it, and began the sequence of curing it.
::How Gendicine works::
The p53 Gene in healthy cells are replaced by cancer cells when a person is sick. Gendicine is injected directly into the tumor using a virus as the medium to carry p53 genes to replace the cancer cells with the original p53 genes to transform the cell back to a normal cell.
video: youtube.com/watch...
I'm just sharing everything i know, use it to how ever you'd like.
I'll be back in 2-3 months (or sooner) to let you guys know what happened.
Nikhil

New York, NY

#89 May 9, 2011
Hi ...My Father has had recurrence with Head and Neck Cancer and the Doctor said nothing can be done now and no treatment is being given. The tumor in the Lymph node has increased and Im really interested in getting in touch with someone who has used Gendicine to know if it is effective. Would appreciate any information you can share. Thanks.
Jose M

Quito, Ecuador

#90 May 24, 2011
My father has a squamous cell carcinoma in the larynge, he is in fase 2 and I would like to know if any patients with those characteristics have taken Gendicine and what results have you gotten? I am in the debate about taking my father to china as I live in Ecuador. Also why is there little information online about gendicine after 2007? thank you for your time
Kevin James

Cambridge, Canada

#91 Jul 26, 2011
It is a real shame this isn't available in Canada. I mean if people sign a consent form absolving the government/doctors etc of all risk it should be allowed. Patients have nothing to lose as they are already on the verge of losing their lives in many cases. I lost my mom to ovarian cancer many years ago and she would have tried something like this for sure. My father in law is currently battling cancer and is using a compound called DCA. He has been using the dca capsules for about 2 months and looks and feels much better. He bought them at a site called puredca.com
Esc

Wynnum, Australia

#92 Jan 24, 2012
Hi Matt

I would really appreciate if I could contact you about your comments re: David spall. My family and I have been dealing with him over the past week re potential treatment for my mother whom is battling pancreatic cancer.
barrie perepolken

Canada

#93 Apr 20, 2012
tumor on my sinus was one fifth the size of my head,gendicine made it disappear in less than 30 days.still have cancer but maybe can continue treat and keep it at bay.

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