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Anyone have success from Cheney's treatments?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by fairlight, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. fairlight

    fairlight

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    Cheney seems to be going in different directions with treatments. Has anyone had success with any of his treatments? Any insight greatly apprecaited!
  2. SaveMe

    SaveMe *****

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    for only $8999.99 ? correct me if im wrong haha
  3. fairlight

    fairlight

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    Is that how much he charges? I've heard his fees are steep, but didn't know what they were. He seems to keep his treatments pretty close to the vest.
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    I'm not sure about $8,999, but that's probably pretty close. I've seen $7,000 for the first appointment, and $1500 for a phone call. Dr. Klimas has a better track record -- actual recovered patients, or patients recovering -- than Dr. Cheney, for a much lower cost. Not to mention other 'no-name docs around the country.

    I've never, ever heard of a single patient of Cheney's who has gone into remission or has recovered, but they may be out there of course.
  5. glenp

    glenp "and this too shall pass"

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    Part of Cheneys protocol - for those who cannot afford to go to him personally

    Agents from Cheney Protocol Predicted to Down-Regulate NO/ONOO- Cycle Biochemistry



    High dose hydroxocobalamin (B12) injectionsnitric oxide scavenger

    Whey proteinglutathione precursor

    Guaifenesinvanilloid antagonist?

    NMDA blockers

    Magnesiumlowers NMDA activity

    Taurineantioxidant and acts to lower excitotoxicity including NMDA activity

    GABA agonistsGABA acts as an inhibitory neurotransmitter to lower NMDA activitythese include the drug neurotin (gabapentin)

    Histamine blockersmast cells which release histamine are activated by both nitric oxide and vanilloid stimulation (Chapter 7) and may therefore be part of the cycle mechanism

    Betaine hydrochloride (HCl)Betaine lowers reductive stress, the hydrochloride form should only be used in those with low stomach acid. Betaine (trimethylglycine) is also listed separately in the protocol description

    Flavonoids, including bioflavonoids, olive leaf extract, organic botanicals, hawthorn extract

    Vitamin E (forms not listed)

    Coenzyme Q10acts both as antioxidant and to stimulate mitochondrial function

    a-lipoic acid

    Selenium

    Omega-3 and 6 fatty acids

    Melatoninas an antioxidant

    Pyridoxal phosphateimproves glutamate/GABA ratio

    Folic acidlowers uncoupling of nitric oxide synthases



    http://www.thetenthparadigm.org/therapy.htm
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    "A typical initial two day visit will cost between $8,000 USD and $9,000 USD plus or minus $1,000 USD. I called and they told me to expect to pay in the range of $9000-$10000" Follow-up visits are for one day, and cost typically between $4,000 USD and $6,000 USD "

    Source: My personal phone call (they wont negotiate with you either--even if your a poor college student) and http://www.cheneyclinic.com/prospective-patients/costs

    So your looking at roughly $15,000+ and at your exit they give you a nice big lolli pop and say "have a nice day, get well soon!"


    DannyBex, that seems too low, unless the person you are referring to had connections with Dr Cheney.
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    Ian Senior Member

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    There is no shortage of scam artists lining up to take money from desperate sick people.

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