Tijuana Clinics

A city in Mexico (bordering California) which may be a destination for patients seeking treatment of terminal cancer by unproven methods—e.g., laetrile, Gerson method, coffee enemas—offered in clinics run by ‘alternative oncologists’
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At one time, the popularity of these Tijuana clinics was immense.
On my 2011 site visit, I found that the Tijuana clinics are surviving, although most are not exactly thriving.
Since then, the Tijuana clinics have been negatively affected by various geopolitical developments: the terrorist attacks of Sept.
These two articles characterizes the Tijuana clinics as mercenary and dangerous.
But I would like to see ACS data showing that there are "many instances" of this problem or that it is particularly associated with Tijuana clinics.
In the 2008 article, the ACS authors present 20 or so treatments that they believe are "some of the most common" given at the Tijuana clinics.
By and large, this is an unfair characterization of the Tijuana clinics.
I was encouraged by the improvement, since my last visit, in quality of the physical plants of the Tijuana clinics.
There are good oncologists, hematologists, and other relevant specialists associated with Tijuana clinics.