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   Posted 1/22/2010 5:44 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi everyone, I just got the emaill from Hansa about the "special" they are having for first 200 people
to come there and get treated for 2 weeks.
I don't know if this is any less than what it costed Gary. I think maybe not but i booked it anyway because today I am
so over the top.
I was going to go to Arizona for the ozone with a port treatment but I really like the way it went for Gary and i want off
all the medications between the prednisone and the pain killers and the Hep C I feel like I may need a more gentler approach.

so if anyone else is interested i just wanted to let you know what they are offering.

lots of love,
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   Posted 1/22/2010 7:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks bucci. Could you email a price?
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   Posted 1/22/2010 9:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Please do the same for me, bucci, if you don't mind! :)
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   Posted 1/22/2010 9:51 PM (GMT -7)   
five grand up front.

No ..I don't have ANY money to throw around. I was delerious.

I am so toxed up and strung out on pain meds and prednisone that I am afraid to get a port in my chest to ozonate all my blood at the other clinic.

I will forward to you the email I got if you have email on profile.

It really adds up to 10 day s of treatment and they say first 40 hours is diagnosing. i don't know. I need to get my body kooled down. and detoxed before taking on a whole antibiotic regime and am hoping it really works so I don't have to go that way. My sister is giving me a hard time about it because ?????
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   Posted 1/22/2010 10:09 PM (GMT -7)   
Yes, I got this email too. It's about $2500 cheaper than the cost of my treatment. This price includes all of the remedies, BRS testing and use of all of the specialized equipment in the clinic. It's a good price and will save you at least $2000-$2500.

I had my last treatment today with the massage being the last thing that they did. It was wonderful. We drive back home tomorrow and I look forward to continuing the remedies and follow-up consultations with the doctor. I'll probably come back in three months (my choice) just to get a check up and make sure we're still on the right track.

Bucci, Rhonda and I will be praying that things go well with you. I think you are making a good decision and we will continue to keep you in our prayers. Please keep us posted while you are at the clinic.


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   Posted 1/23/2010 5:47 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi all,
I received the same e-mail and from what I know, it's less money compared to the "normal" fees..  
The results of this pilot study will be analyzed and published in various journals and hopefully be entered in the Presidental Healthcare Committee Review to include greater insurance industry coverage of natural medicine.
This is partially what the e-mail stated:
Dr. David A. Jernigan went to Washington D.C. at a healthcare summit to meet with the U. S. Surgeon General, as well as Dean Ornish, M.D., and other key figures in conventional and alternative health care to work at integrating natural medicine philosophies and treatments into mainstream medicine and hospitals.
With _____ struggles to create a more effective healthcare system and with the present global economic crisis, Dr. Jernigan has decided to help those in need with his own version of an “Economic Stimulus Package” by creating a completely new concept…
An All-Inclusive 2 week (10 day) Intensive Treatment Program that saves you up to $4000 and includes 40+ hours of  all of his customized testing, treatments, and therapies…this even includes all  of the natural remedies and supplements you might need…it even includes daily therapeutic massage therapy!
This stimulus is only a short term pilot study at this time and is admitting only 200 participants.  The doctors and staff are highly motivated to give you the best results in the shortest amount of time and will be excited to be able to report the results at the end of this pilot study.
Then I received another e-mail:
We are having such an overwhelming immediate response to Dr.Jernigan's "Economic Stimulus Package!" There have been numerous questions from the people who have called concerning the details of the All-Inclusive 2-Week Treatment program. We want to answer some of these questions.
Who can qualify to be a part of this pilot study?  Any person with any chronic symptoms who are not improving with conventional or alternative treatments. 
Who does not qualify to be a part of this pilot study? Any person suffering from suicidal tendencies, severe psychological disorders, late stage cancer, anyone without the ability to get themselves on and off the treatment/therapy tables,
When must I schedule? If you are accepted into the program, payment for the full program secures your participation.  We understand many are coming from out-of-state and out-of-country so we understand that the actual arrival will be determined by your flights. 
The program is for a 2 week all-inclusive intensive plan of care with Hansa Center for a flat rate ot $5000.00.  This does not include travel, hotel, food, car or anything outside of the clinic.
What is included in the program? The program includes all in-house treatments, testing, therapies, remedies and supplements that may be needed during the 2 week intensive program. Due to the nature of illness only those therapies and treatments that are determined by our doctors as being appropriate for your unique condition will be utilized. Example: If someone has a condition that would be aggravated by using the Infrared Sauna then the therapy will not be included in their care.  
How do I get started?
To be included as part of this pilot study you must call and request to be included.  Pre-Payment of the $5000 secures your inclusion, and for you to schedule as soon as possible. 
What is the purpose of the pilot study? We intend to keep statistical data to document many different parameters to demonstrate what we hope will be the rapid and dramatic improvements possible using American Biological Medicine. We will be tracking items such as the total number of symptoms in the 200 people who are accepted into the program and the percent of improvement on a daily basis during the 2-week period and beyond.
The results of this pilot study will be analysed and published in various journals and hopefully will be entered into Presidential healthcare committee review to include greater insurance industry coverage of natural medicine.

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   Posted 1/25/2010 5:29 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi bucci!

I am excited about the possibility that you are going to the Jernigan clinic. Please let us all know how it goes. I hope you will find help there and that your recovery comes quickly!

Best wishes, bablymers mom

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   Posted 2/5/2010 10:48 AM (GMT -7)   
The port is not a big deal at all. It is done by a surgeon in a hospital. Not at the clinic. Insurance covers most of it.
And it makes the in flow of meds and out flow for blood treatments so easy. I just had mine removed in July of 09.
My viens in my arms and hands are too hard to keep iv's in and the viens roll. I hate needles. So the port was nice because I did not have to see the needle and when I was not hooked up from Sat. to Tuesday, my days off, I could swim and take baths without worry of infection of my tapped site.
I never had a problem with my port.
Our family all got lyme in 2004. It has been a long battle. But all is well now with my children. Feb 8 TH of 2009 is when I left Envita. And I am celebrating a year of perfect health.

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   Posted 2/5/2010 10:58 AM (GMT -7)   
right on ........ Got the port .thanks
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