January 5, 2012: George Miller developed an ulcer on his bottom lip that began to bleed. His doctor sent cell scrapings to a pathologist, and diagnosed Miller with squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). According to TMD Limited, a medical tourism company, squamous cell carcinoma is the 2nd most common cancer in humans and other animals.
SAN DIEGO, Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cancer is almost always diagnosed by biopsy, a surgical procedure that removes tissue samples from tumors. The samples are viewed under a microscope by a pathologist to determine the presence and type of cancer. According to TMD Limited, a medical tourism company, it is the fear of biopsies spreading cancer that drives over half a million US citizens out of the country for medical treatment each year.
August 18, 2011 – San Diego, CA - A forensic researcher, Lindy Hess was 32 when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2005. Hess used her investigative techniques to determine what treatment would work for her. And, like half a million other Americans, she traveled outside the country for a natural approach to cancer care. According to TMD Limited, a medical tourism company, nearly 10,000 people leave the US every week to get medical treatment, and most of them travel to Mexico, Germany and the Philippines.
July 14, 2011Sarasota, FL - Elliot Hatton was on a cruise celebrating his 25th
wedding anniversary when he noticed blood in his urine.He mentioned it to his wife, but since it
didn’t happen again, he ignored it.Two
months later, his urine turned rust colored, and the veins around his testicles
were swollen.His physician ordered
tests, and Elliot was one of the 61,000 Americans diagnosed with kidney cancer
annually.And according to TMD Limited,
a medical tourism company, Hatton joined an even larger group- he became one of half a million US citizens
who go out of the country each year for medical treatment.
March 30, 2011 – Sarasota, FL Regina Baldwin was 57 and post-menopausal when she started spotting and experiencing pain during intercourse. She was shocked when her gynecologist told her she had endometrial cancer. And she shocked her family when she announced that she was going to a treatment center in Mexico. According to TMD, a medical tourism research company, Baldwin was one of half a million US citizens going out of the country for medical treatment each year.
October 20, 2010: Riley Powell taught high school English, and spent her
summers training horses at a nearby dude ranch.
When she noticed blood in her stool, she thought it was hemorrhoids,
from spending so many hours on horseback.
But when it persisted, she saw her doctor. At age 34, she was diagnosed with
colon/rectal cancer, and was advised to have surgery and a colostomy. Powell opted to travel out of the country for
non-invasive treatment that would eliminate the need for a colostomy bag. According to TMD Limited, a medical tourism
company, Powell was one of nearly a million Americans seeking alternative
treatment outside the US last year.
August 4, 2010: Doug Abel blamed his severe
fatigue and muscle pain on his long hours as a cross-country trucker. He began to develop frequent lung infections,
and his chest hurt from constant coughing.
Finally, his wife insisted he see the family doctor. He was diagnosed with non-small cell lung
cancer at age 47. Fortunately for Abel,
his sister had read about SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy (SPDT), a newer treatment
that offers long term success in healing lung cancer. According to medical tourism company TMD
Limited, SPDT brings patients from around the world to Mexico for this
Cora Wallace was 37 when
she discovered a lump in her right breast.
She was newly divorced, raising two children, and was scared to
death. Before she called her doctor,
Wallace started researching breast cancer options on the internet. According to TMD Limited, a medical tourism
company, over half of the 750,000 Americans who travel overseas for medical
treatment find clinics through the web.
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