Evers' therapy

Evers’ therapy

Fringe oncology
An unproven method for cancer management developed by an American doctor, H Ray Evers, and administered at the International Medical Centers (IMC) in Juarez, Mexico. At the initial evaluation at the IMC, patients undergo a complete workup, including physical examination, biochemical, bioelectrical and blood (CBC) profiles, ultrasound, CT scans and MRI; the therapy itself consists of diet, oxidative therapy (hyperbaric oxygen, ozone and Koch vaccination) and antioxidant Eversol chelation therapy.
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