A history about us and our group, we’re the leading authority of cancer treatment in Mexico.
We combine years of expertise in a variety of different areas and unite them in one place, the Immunotherapy Institute.
We host all specialties at our facilities.
We’re the first truly integrative cancer center in Mexico, a place where we use the cutting edge equipment, technology to treat each patient and conduct interventions but understand the value of certain alternative treatments that are needed because of the synergistic nature of cancer medicine.
We’re the only team to have established our practice in the most important private hospital in Latin America.
As a group we’ve been helping patients for over 20 years, developing integrative cancer programs at major hospitals such as Angeles Hospital, where we still host our in-patient program.
Recently we’ve extended our presence by opening the Immunotherapy Institute for outpatient service.
The Immunotherapy Institute is meant to provide outpatient support for patients who don’t require full hospitalization.
We’re the only center in Tijuana that has been licensed by the health department to extract process and administer autologous immunotherapy.
The same breakthrough treatments are available here, the only difference is where you spend the night, we keep our inpatient facility for those that in addition to receiving our breakthrough treatments, need to add a proper management of cancer related complications.
In fact both facilities are less than a mile away from each other.
In cancer treatment, there are no gurus or star doctors.
This is a team. We don’t place the entire value in a single person.
No one doctor knows everything, and best practices are quickly evolving, especially since our patients’ needs are often changing at such a rapid pace.
A team approach is key — we all have important insights and expertise to offer each other.
Additionally, aside from the changes and shifts that might arise within a specific situation, everything as far as the patient’s disease might be exactly the same.
The treatment might be the same, as well.
The tumor size, type of cancer, stage, and so on will all remain the same.
But there is one huge difference: the patient.
There are huge differences between patients.
One might be an athlete, another might be a couch potato.
And although both patients have treatment options, these conditions might be substantially different from one another, they apparently might have the same diagnosis but they’re entirely different.
It’s all in these details.
We’ve been taught to believe that classifying cancer into categories makes them equal.
But the reality is that they’re not, which is why they need a collaboration of experts to address them and work toward a positive outcome.
This treatment approach will always keep in mind your quality of life, we will never sacrifice it in the process of “eradicating” or “eliminating” cancer.
Cancer by itself is an aggressive disease and can create serious complications.
And the standard treatment could also be too aggressive, also with the possibility of complicating things further resulting in abruptly stopping treatment for the safety of the patient or a completely negative outcome.
To make progress towards recovery, we need to ensure each patient’s treatment plan is both unique and perfectly tailored to their specific needs and condition.
Cancer treatments can create serious complications too complex for a one-size-fits-all approach.
It is imperative to keep this in mind to make sure quality of life is never second to treatment.
Following a one size fits all approach will result in only a select few to overcome and a majority of patients to be left behind.
When we treat patients we do it in terms of their unique situation, their wellbeing is always our priority.