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Evaluating intensive IV Ozone results from Cyprus / Thailand / Bali clinics (2x daily / 5 weeks)

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Jesse2233, Nov 24, 2017.

  1. Jesse2233

    Jesse2233 Senior Member

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    Has anyone been to the Y&C Institute of Medical Rehabilitation in Cyprus or another intensive IV ozone clinic? Or heard of anyone benefiting?

    I ask not because I'm considering going, but because I'm interested in the results of intensive IV ozone (both acutely and over time).

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    Some background...

    Y&C Institute of Medical Rehabilitation in Cyprus is an in-patient medical clinic in Nicosia, Cyprus. They treat a variety of patients including many with ME/CFS, Lyme, and poorly defined autoimmune conditions.

    Their protocol consists primarily of intensive IV / MAH Ozone twice daily, 6 days a week for a 4-5 weeks. This is augmented with IV Vitamin C, Laser Blood Irradiation (ILBI), mHBOT, and various detox protocols.

    I should note that I'm generally wary of such clinics as they make big promises, underdeliver, and overcharge. But from what I've seen on Facebook, various blogs, and YouTube, Y&C seem to be delivering results. I take this as a proxy for the benefits of IV Ozone.
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    Tagging...
    @mariovitali because I know he's currently working in Cyprus
    @lizh because she mentioned planning on going to Y&C

    Edit: There is another similar clinic in Cyprus called Neomed and others in Bali, Thailand, Malaysia, Canada, and Mexico
     
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  2. Jesse2233

    Jesse2233 Senior Member

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    Some anecdotal patient accounts from around the web...

    This is one from Kelly, severe Chronic Lyme patient in Australia who had to quit her job and move in with family after falling ill.

    Her initial state:
    Her protocol in Cyprus
    Her results at week 5

    Her results at 6 months
    Her results at 1 year
     
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    This one comes from a couple with moderate (husband) and severe (wife) Lyme.
     
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    Jesse2233 Senior Member

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    This is from a young man in the UK on the severe end of moderate ME/CFS

    Before going to Cyprus:



    During treatment in Cyprus:



    5 months after Cyprus:

     
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    Art Vandelay Senior Member

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    There seem to be a lot of Australians with ME/CFS and suspected Lyme going to Cyprus. My impression from all the anecdotes posted on the FB group is that while there are a few success stories like the ones above, most experience small gains and then relapse within a few months of returning to Australia.
     
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    Thanks Art. Interesting to hear that. Do you know if they continue with maintenance ozone upon returning home? My understanding is that in most cases that's essential
     
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    No idea I'm afraid. I imagine ozone treatment isn't easy to get (or cheap) in Australia.

    A lot have been going to Bali and Thailand for extended periods instead of Cyprus (since it's significantly cheaper) but I'm yet to see a success story.
     
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    Interesting, do you know the names of the Bali / Thailand clinics?
     
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    Art Vandelay Senior Member

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    Apparently there's more than one. After a quick search, one in Bali that turned up is Neogen Ozone Clinic. It appears there are some in Malaysia too.
     
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    Got it. Seems there are more in Cyprus as well...

    Neomed in Moni, Cyprus also treats ME/CFS with intensive ozone

    https://neomedinstitute.com

    A highly polished patient testimonial, nonetheless her initial symptoms sound quite a bit like ME



    Some nice drone footage lol



    Interesting both Cyprian clinics have Dr. Yuri Nikolenko as their resident ozone specialist
     
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  11. mariovitali

    mariovitali Senior Member

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    I live in Limassol, is there something i could do to help?
     
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    @mariovitali

    no need to do anything, just wondering if you'd heard anything about these ozone clinics from people in your community, and your thoughts on intensive IV ozone in the context of your research findings
     
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    Sure, i will ask a group of ME/CFS patients here to see if they know about this. Regarding my research, from a first look it appears that there is no connection with ozone but i will have to explore this further.
     
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    I asked about the mentioned clinic but i did not get any specific answers. I have some other people in my mind to ask, i will let you know shortly
     
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