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Historic Event Unites 22 Late-Stage Cancer Survivors with Top Scientists From Around the World!

  Last November, CHIPSA Hospital hosted a unique, first-of-its-kind event celebrating the lives of 22 late stage cancer survivors who, according to doctors, shouldn’t even be alive. Surrounded by world-renowned doctors, scientists, and researchers, these patients shared their inspiring stories of how they healed their terminal disease when conventional treatment had failed them.     […]

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How Charlotte T. Beat Stage-4 Cancer at CHIPSA Hospital!

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How Charlotte T. Beat Stage 4 Cancer at CHIPSA Hospital Charlotte T. thought she was out of options when she was diagnosed with Stage-4 inoperable Endometrial cancer in November of 2017. After having a full hysterectomy and 25 rounds of radiation, her doctors told her that the cancer had metastasized to her lungs. There was […]

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New Video Series Celebrates 22 Late-Stage Cancer Survivors

Last September, 22 people made history as they joined together to celebrate accomplishing the impossible: surviving late-stage cancer.   Traveling back to the place where their healing journeys began — CHIPSA Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico — the cancer survivors had the chance to share their stories, meet other patients, and converse with world-renowned doctors, scientists, […]

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CHIPSA Hospital: An Oasis of Healing

When you start your journey to heal cancer, you need more than just medicine, specialized foods, and treatment plans. You need love, support, and kindness. You need hope, passion, and joy. You need people on your team who are rooting for you and your life.   At CHIPSA Hospital, you get all of that and […]

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CHIPSA Hospital Success Story: Rita K.

Breast Cancer Patient Rita K. Goes To CHIPSA In Mexico and Shares Her Experience Almost One Year Later! In November of 2017, Rita K. heard the words nobody wants to hear “You Have Cancer”.   Rita described this experience as being “devastated”, “shocked” and “traumatized”. What made this even more frustrating, is that this diagnosis […]

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