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Clinics that are comfortable with pancreatic cancer include:

Oasis is good because they can handle just about anything that comes up. Oasis of Hope in Mexico at Call and arrange for a free phone consultation with one of the doctors. It can be arranged by calling toll free (888) 500-4673. They are inpatient. They have treated over 100,000 patients in the last 36 years, even late stage cancers. Strong religious bend to this facility. They can be a bit more expensive than other approaches, but they have successfully treated many cancers, even harder to treat cancers. This is a hospital and does look like one. They may have a grant available, so be sure to ask. They often work with doctors overseas to help set up a laetrile program.

The Revici Life Science Center Inc.
200 West 57th St, Suite 402,
New York, NY 10019.
Tel: 212 252-1942
They treat late stage cancers, especially brain, lung, pancreatic, and metastasized breast carcinomas, and also AIDS.

Nicholas Gonzales, M.D., operates a clinic in New York, NY. He is best known for his work with pancreatic cancer patients, though he treats patients with all types of cancers. His program consists of large doses of pancreatic enzymes, glandulars, coffee enemas, detoxification, a wide range of dietary supplements and an organic diet. He uses a "metabolic approach" to treating cancer. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is currently sponsoring a study to evaluate the nutritional treatment of pancreatic cancer at his clinic.
Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D.
36 A East 36th St, Suite 204
New York, NY, 10016
Tel: 212-213-3337 or fax----3414

Jack Taylor, MD is well known for using a metabolic approach similar to Kelly's.
There are a couple of other people that are using this metabolic approach. If you would like their information, let us know and I'll put together a list. One of the practitioners that uses this approach is Jeff Bennett. I believe he actually overstates his claims, so I don't often refer people to him, but he is still a good contact.
Kettle Moraine Ltd
3116 E. Shea Blvd. #152
Phoenix, AZ 85028
602-787-0741 Voice
602-787-0746 Fax
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I have someone who is working with a Dr. Stowe who is using an approach that they claim works very well for pancreatic cancer. You might want to give them a call. Kurt Newby can be reached at (702) 450-9523. You could see if this might be helpful to you. I believe he has provided information to ITI - You can contact them through ITI's website at or call them at 866-471-4743. Talk to Michael Guthrie.

Bernard Bihari, MD, 29 W. 15th Street, New York, NY 10011; (212) 929-4196. Click here to see Dr. Bihari's curriculum vitae I actually am not sure I would recommend him. Many have used him but don't seem to be getting as good of results as they would like.

Vincent Gammill believes you need to combine naltroxene with IV metenkephalin - theoretically it works good with pancreatic cancer as pancreatic cancer has the greatest number of opioid receptors, but pancreatic cancer moves so fast and naltrexone is so slow that he feels you have to add IV metenkephalin for pancreatic cancer in order to get a bite on it. Vincent Gammill has an office in Solona Beach. He is a clinical pharmacologist who has a research lab in Southern California. He is up on conventional and alternative approaches, though most of his work is in the alternative arena. He is one of the most knowledgeable people I know. His email is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Or call him at 858-523-9144 or 800-557-2944. He could probably put together an approach for you. I would definitely talk to him. He often coordinates treatments with Dr. Lodi in NY.
Complete Care - Dr. Lodi, MD, CNS
7 Village Square
Glen Cove, NY 11542
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Cancer Control Society at has a list of people who used integrated approaches to treat their pancreatic cancer. I don't have the details of these people's situations. You would need to call Cancer Control Society at 323-663-7801 or each individual. You can see if they have anyone up at for additional testimonials.

These include:
Herbert McKay in CA - 323-560-1965 - He went to Oasis of Hope and also used conventional approaches
Patricia Ainey in Canada used Gerson - 250-758-7688
Don Heidt in MN went to Am Biologics (though I don't recommend them right now) 218-562-4466
Gerald Lee Sanders in CO went to Oasis - 719-596-0294
Ruth Shirk in VA went to Am Metabolics (I also don't recommend them right now) 540-433-2640

Mistletoe may benefit those suffering from pancreatic cancer. Go to - They can tell you doctors who are trained using iscador/mistletoe.

The following site gives you information on more conventional approaches, but there are a couple of clinical trials with vaccines - virulizin and also Cox 2 inhibitors that you may want to look into. (For more info on these, do a search on LEF's website at and

There is also info on another protocol at has some good testimonials on Haelan for pancreatic cancer. Also info at The research I did tonight shows it might be very helpful.

Some people have also used 714X - for more information.