Dr. Antonio Jimenez, MD – Hope for Cancer

Dr. Antonio Jimenez, MD – Hope for Cancer

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Dr. Antonio Jimenez, MD

Speaking at Live it to Lead it
March 29-31, 2019
Nashville, Tennessee

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Dr. Antonio Jimenez, MD
Chief Medical Officer Hope4Cancer

Dr. Antonio Jimenez (MD, ND) is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Hope4Cancer. Treatment Centers in Mexico (Tijuana and Cancun), and international centers in Thailand (Bangkok), and Colombia (Barranquilla). After receiving his undergraduate education in the United States, Dr. Jimenez received his MD at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara Faculty of Medicine in Mexico, and his ND from the Trinity School of Natural Health. Besides Mexico, he is also licensed to practice medicine in Spain. For more than 25 years, Dr. Jimenez has dedicated his life to the study, clinical research and implementation of non-toxic and integrative strategies to treat cancer, chronic infections and immune disorders.

Dr. Jimenez’s 7 Key Principles of Cancer TherapyTM form the foundation of his comprehensive, integrative protocols that include efficacious and tumor-selective treatments such as Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy, Photodynamic Therapy Plus, and Sunivera Immunotherapy. These are just examples of treatments from his diverse toolbox of non-toxic therapies, which he uses to target cancer and heal the terrain that both causes the disease and feeds its growth. His work has been featured in several peer-reviewed articles.

Dr. Jimenez was honored by Ty Bollinger’s Truth About Cancer organization with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016. He was among a select group of experts in integrative cancer therapy invited to speak at the Truth About Cancer’s 2016 and 2017 Live Symposiums and was a featured participant in the docuseries The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest (2015) and The Quest for the Cures… Continues (2014). He was also honored as an invited speaker at celebrity Fran Drescher’s Cancer Schmancer Health Summit event over the past several years and featured on the Ask Dr. Nandi show in 2018. Representing as one the world’s leading experts in the clinical use of Photodynamic Therapy, he has been an invited speaker at the International Society of Medical Laser Applications (ISLA) at their international events in Germany, Thailand, and the USA since 2018.

TRANSCRIPT

Dr. Pompa:      
Dr. Tony Jimenez, one of my favorite people, and I’d have to say the same for my wife. I think we had dinner, where was it? You and I were doing a TV show in Detroit or somewhere. What was the show?

Dr. Jimenez:
Yes, in Detroit, with the Ask Dr. Nandi show.

Dr. Pompa:
That’s right.

Dr. Jimenez:
Yes.

Dr. Pompa:  
We met at the dinner and that was it, I fell in love with your story. I actually have to have you briefly start there. Because first of all, you run a clinic and you’ve obviously already been introduced, the Hope For Cancer, and you have a new book, Hope For Cancer. Hold that up, I want you to show the book there, which at the seminar you’re going to be talking a lot about that because it’s seven principles to remove fear in healing, right? I mean, the seven principles that apply to the healing is what’s discussed in the book, correct?

Dr. Jimenez:  
What’s great about this, Dr. Pompa, is that this applies to everyone. Not only those with cancer, but those that want to decrease their risk of getting cancer because we know it’s an epidemic now. One in every two men will have cancer sometime in their lifetime, and one of every three female. So this is-

Dr. Pompa:
I heard that’s changing, it’s going to be one in two in females now.

Dr. Jimenez:   
Exactly. Yes, and they say by maybe 2050, at some point everyone will have cancer of some kind. We’ll talk a lot more about that. What the fundamentals of cancer are. Cancer is really not a disease of bad luck, like some oncologists say when the patient asks them, “Hey, why did I have cancer? I eat well, I exercise, I love my spouse?” The oncologist doesn’t know, so they say, “Well maybe it’s bad luck, or it was in your cards.” There’s specific reasons and we’ll get into that, of why people get cancer.

Dr. Pompa: 
Well, I think it’s one of the most aggravating things for me is that thought right there, because most people believe they’re just unlucky and they just got cancer, and it’s because the doctors make them believe that. What does that do? That takes the power away from the person, right? Why should you do anything if you’re just unlucky, right? If there’s nothing that I did to cause it, or was exposed to or something, then what should I do? Nothing, I’ll just take the treatments and hope I’m lucky.

Dr. Jimenez:
Yeah, that’s exactly where the seven key principles to remove fear and empower your healing journey comes into play. Because in three decades of seeing cancer patients at Hope For Cancer and throughout the world, you know I travel quite extensively, these seven key principles are fundamentally important and must be applied.

Dr. Pompa:  
Wow, I can’t wait. Listen, I’m flying down to Cancun in a couple of weeks just to interview you, show pieces of your clinic, and I just can’t wait because you’re doing some work that nobody’s doing. One of my clients, I encouraged to go down and see you.

Anyways, but yeah listen, I want to back up and start with your story. You’re a very passionate man. I interviewed you one other time and you brought tears to me, so you’re not going to do that to me today, but you’re going-

Dr. Jimenez:  
Well, I might, I might. We have the great physician that helped me write this book and we know who that is, right? The Almighty God. Many years ago, I was visiting my parents in Texas and I happened to go to a church out of the blue, apparently, but not really out of the blue, right?

The Minister there was a guest Minister, I’ve never been to this place before, and she made an altar call. I went to the front and started just raising my hand, praising God, and she said, “There’s someone here who’s going to do great things in medicine, and it’s not in this country,” although Texan’s think that’s a country.

At this time, I was already a physician, I was practicing and working in Mexico, and I really didn’t think it was me because there was about 1,000 people here. She singled me out, she said, “You in the blue shirt,” and as you could see, blue is one of my favorite colors, right? She said, “You’re going to travel the world, you’re going to have a center where many people from all over the world will come to find health and healing, and you’re going to be having the opportunity to treat famous actors and movie stars and Governors and royal family,” and so forth.

A lot of that, Dr. Pompa, has happened already.

Dr. Pompa:  
Yeah.

Dr. Jimenez:   
We’ve been so blessed to be in this Ministry and this mission together with like-minded individuals like you, and this is why this seminar is so important because we want people to be educated, for them to open their eyes, that there are other options. Even if you choose to go the route of chemo and radiation, it’s the holistic approach, the body, mind and spirit, as we know.

Dr. Pompa: 
Yeah. Yeah, I couldn’t have said it better than that. There’s so much to your story, even beyond that, what you’ve done. I think you told, last time I interviewed you, you told a story about your daughter. Just kind of retell that part of the story too.

Dr. Jimenez:     
Guess what? The presentation that I’ll give at the HCF seminars, I’ll begin with the story of my daughter because it touches everyone.

Dr. Pompa:   
Yeah.

Dr. Jimenez: 
We want it to touch the emotions and touch the mind and the spirit and the heart, the physical manifest in that healing potential, and that’s what we want. The outcome is what we want.

Dr. Pompa:   
Yeah, absolutely. We’ll save it for that, but that’s the one that just brings me down every time. Well, let’s talk about some of the principles, briefly. These principles, as you said, these are life changing principles whether you have cancer or not, and are absolutely necessary obviously for healing. But a big component that you do address is the fear, right? That’s instilled in people.

As a matter of fact, that’s really how they get people to move ahead with the treatments. It’s fear, right?

Dr. Jimenez:   
Yes.

Dr. Pompa:  
People want to walk away with, we’ve done everything we can, right? It really gives the family, it gives the person the feeling of no guilt, right? That’s fear tactics, fear does that. We want everyone to know that we did everything we can. Talk about some of these principles, and [inaudible 00:06:37] that.

Dr. Jimenez:  
Well, of the seven key principles, you’re right on the mark. The emotional, spiritual, and believe me, I’ve treated thousands and thousands of patients all over the world in all of the continents, and the emotional, spiritual key principle is of utmost importance.

We’ve seen cancer reversals like that when the patient is able to let go of the traumas and the conflict of the past, so that’s number one. We’ll definitely dive into that a bit more in the seminar.

Dr. Pompa:   
Yeah.

Dr. Jimenez:  
Another-

Dr. Pompa: 
Go ahead.

Dr. Jimenez:    
Another key principle of course is oxygenation. We’re so poorly oxygenated, we’re couch potatoes now. We need to get back to nature, that’s the bottom line.

Dr. Pompa:   
Yeah. No, I mean, you do a lot of different ozone treatments that I’m sure you’ll talk more about. Just a little bit on that, just to kind of open that up a little bit, why? Why do these oxygen treatments work? Why aren’t more doctors doing them when they seem to work so well?

Dr. Jimenez:   
Well, we do know this from historical works, even from Dr. Warburg in the ’40s and ’50s and ’60s, and so forth. We know that cancer is a low oxygen type of cell. It thrives on low oxygen. It’s an inflammatory disease as well, and it’s a cold disease.

When we do this oxygen therapy, be it ozone, hyperbaric oxygen, just improving microcirculation so our glands, organs and tissues could get more oxygen, cancer cells are going to have a hard time progressing and metastasizing, that means spreading. That’s important. It’s very, very crucially important to oxygenate.

Dr. Pompa:  
Yeah.

Dr. Jimenez: 
Even just simple things like breathing and eating live foods is a form of oxygenation.

Dr. Pompa:   
I mean, we all have bad cells. We all have cancer cells. A healthy body finding that balance, homeostasis, gets rid of them, right? Makes new ones, gets rid of them, makes new ones. But once your body hits that state of low oxygen, and even in the presence of oxygen, it’s going through glycolysis, meaning it’s using sugar ultimately instead. It’s not able even to use the oxygen, right? So the oxygen therapies can help change that. Is that correct?

Dr. Jimenez:
Yes, and we’re doing really innovative therapies now, Dr. Pompa. We are using lasers, we’re using sound and light to affect cancer cells. We’re using blue light, red light, infrared, ultraviolet yellow and green to affect cancer cells, and the results are spectacular.

Dr. Pompa:   
Why light? Oxygen, I think some people … By the way, this is the first time the public will be at one of our seminars because of this topic. I want people to know these treatments that are out there now because they’re not hearing it. They’re not hearing it in the media, they’re not hearing it anywhere, right? I mean, they’ll hear it on podcasts, this and that, but people still, even that listen to [inaudible 00:09:55], they still don’t know what you’re doing down there, right? Why this light? What does light do? How does that affect a cell?

Dr. Jimenez:   
Well, just consider one thing. The total energy that is consumed in the world in one year is equivalent to the energy in the sunlight produced by the sun in two minutes. So light is so powerful.

We have these substances in our body called chromophores. The mitochondria, which is a strong interest for you and your work, Dr. Pompa, the mitochondria needs light. Cells need light, oxygen, transportation and hemoglobin. All [inaudible 00:10:39] by light.

Historically in the ancient times, they’d used sound, right? Thumping or music. But light, just sunbathing, but what if we now trigger light and put these photons into your body so that they can affect healthy cells in a more positive way, and then kill cancer cells?

Because for example, infrared light it triggers better mitochondria action, more microcirculation. We use blue light to kill pathogens, like viruses and bacteria. We use yellow light for depression. Most cancer patients who are fearful, and have been told that they have six months or a year to live, they go into that depressive state. So instead of giving drugs to try to improve depression, we could use light, and this yellow light that can help depression. This is all documented.

Dr. Pompa:   
Yeah. You have different ways of administering it. I stand in front of my Joovv light, which is near infrared and red light therapy, two different frequencies of red, which has a huge effect on the mitochondria, right? Just energy production, which plays a huge role in cancer, obviously. It’s one of my five R’s.

Then I have another type of frequency over here, it’s a PEMF, right? Then another one, Beamer.

Dr. Jimenez:  
Yes.

Dr. Pompa:
It’s like, these are all wavelengths of different frequencies that we know have a dramatic affect on cells and making cells healthy. I believe these therapies are even more important today because we’re exposed to so much damaging electromagnetic frequency from cell phones, from our environment.

These therapies, do you do them IV, do you do them topically? Do you run blood through them? How are they administered?

Dr. Jimenez:  
Yes, so the light therapies we could use them intravenously, IV. We could deliver these different wavelengths of different color lights intravenously. We could do it topically. For example, in a patient with a breast tumor, we can trigger a light reaction into the breast by using very thin needles and putting it right into the breast and delivering the infrared light, the red light, the blue light, directly into the tumor. We’ve seen up to 45-50% reduction in the tumor just with two or three sessions of this. It’s spectacular.

Dr. Pompa:  
Well, one of the things, again I’ve studied a lot of stem cells, and they’re using different light, they’re realizing that it pools stem cells. It keeps the stem cells you’ve injected in certain areas, makes them more viable, activates your own stem cell activity. I’m sure that that’s part of the healing too, that we don’t even understand.

Dr. Jimenez:   
With stem cells, we believe that light can direct stem cells to the target, right? If you use stem cells, for example, into a knee joint, and then you follow that up with light photodynamic therapy into the knee joint, those stem cells are going to be even more viable and more effective.

Dr. Pompa: 
Yeah. No, exactly. I’ve seen that with myself.

Dr. Jimenez: 
Yes.

Dr. Pompa:
Interesting. What are some of the other things that you’re doing there, that you’re going to, I’m sure, expand upon at the seminar that, I don’t know, it’s exciting for people to hear?

Dr. Jimenez: 
One of the biggest wows that we’re doing now is in screening for circulating tumor cells. Please be aware that circulating tumor cells are cells that leaves a primary tumor, go into the bloodstream and then go into a distant organ. Whether it’s the liver, the lung, the bone, the brain. So this is metastasis.

Dr. Pompa:  
Yes.

Dr. Jimenez:       
90% of patients that pass away from cancer, it’s not because of the primary tumor, it’s the metastasis to the liver, to the lung, to the brain. Now we have a screening tool called Photodynamic Infrared Spectroscopy. What this is able to do in real time, in 17 minutes, is to scan your total blood volume for circulating tumor cells. Wow.

Dr. Pompa:  
That’s amazing.

Dr. Jimenez:  
All their blood volume. Now we could say, if a patient, let’s say they’re in remission and they’re watchful waiting, and they’re in fear because, “Oh, is the cancer going to come back?” Well, the cancer comes back because the circulating tumor cell. So now we could screen for the circulating tumor cell.

But very importantly, Dr. Pompa, we could treat those circulating tumor cells, if found, with IV infrared light, and another device that we have from Europe that treats them externally as they’re passing through that vein. This is a huge advancement in screening for the main cause of cancer death, which has metastasis.

Dr. Pompa:  
Wow, that’s unbelievable. Ahhh, man. What about some other testing? I mean, we hear prevention is the key, right? Are you doing any different testing with someone, maybe it’s post-cancer, or someone who’s just not wanting to get cancer? They’re worried about it and they want to know.

Dr. Jimenez:  
Yes, well there’s quite a number of things. In the US, and in many of the conventional mindset, we could use energy to do diagnostics, like a pet scan, that’s energy. An MRI, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, this is energy, right? An EKG is energy.

But when we use energy to treat or to scan doing bioresonance frequency, we’re getting deeper to the [inaudible 00:16:40] level. So tools that I’ll describe in the seminar, we can get to a deeper level of assessment. Because an MRI or a pet scan, it’s going to detect the tumor when it’s already there.

Dr. Pompa:   
Right.

Dr. Jimenez:   
Two millimeters, or greater, in size, and now the possibility that there’s metastasis, already exist. We have tools that can screen before this tumor gets to that size. It’s very specific, very individualized.

Also, if a patient already has lymph nodes or a tumor somewhere, another test we do, Dr. Pompa, is looking for blood flow, vascularity. How much blood flow is in that breast cancer? The higher the blood flow, the more active this tumor is. We monitor the aggressiveness of that tumor, not only by blood tests and tumor markers, but also by blood flow. Because a tumor can only go to a certain size if there’s a lot of blood flow, that’s called angiogenesis.

Dr. Pompa:  
Right, yeah. Wow. I’ll tell you, Dr. Tony, I had you at this seminar because the first time I met you and then interviewed you, I said, “My gosh, people have to know what you’re doing.” I want all the doctors there to know everything that you’re doing, every bit of it.

Of course, the public being there for the first time, people need to know this is out there, they do.

I appreciate it. You travel the world, like you said, seeking out the best. You’re like me like that, right?

Dr. Jimenez:
Yeah, that’s right.

Dr. Pompa:   
Yeah.

Dr. Jimenez:   
One of the things, Dr. Pompa, is that unfortunately, we’re seeing more doctors, we’re seeing more nurses, we’re seeing more chiropractors, people in the health industry coming to us as patients.

Dr. Pompa:  
I know.

Dr. Jimenez:    
We should never think that, “Hey, this is not for me,” right?

Dr. Pompa:   
No.

Dr. Jimenez:  
No.

Dr. Pompa: 
No, I know. That’s why I’m asking about the prevention, and then it’s a big deal, right? You’re talking about one out of two, right? One out of two people, it’s not about luck when you look at [inaudible 00:18:57] happened. We’re losing the war on cancer, and yet there’s all these technologies that are out there.

I think that’s the frustrating thing to me, is that people are buying into the genetic theory, your unlucky theory, and there’s no science around it whatsoever. I don’t know if you’ll expand upon that, but maybe others will there, but I know at this seminar, that myth’s going to be dispelled. [inaudible 00:19:21].

Dr. Jimenez: 
That’s a huge topic. Even Dr. Bruce Lipton, right? Biology and Belief, I mean, only two to five percent of all cancers are genetic in nature, so very few cancers are due [inaudible 00:19:34] genetics.

Dr. Pompa:      
Yes, so that means we have to do something. We have to change the way we live. I’ll tell you today, it’s not just about, “Hey, I eat a healthy diet and I exercise.” If it were only so simple, it’s not. We’re exposed to certain toxins today that we’ve never been exposed to ever. Stressors, EMF. I could keep going down the list of the stressors that we are exposed to.

If you don’t have a plan, if you don’t have a plan, you’re going to be a number, and that’s why you need to be at the seminar, folks.

Tony, thank you.

Dr. Jimenez:
[inaudible 00:20:06] is here. This is 30 years of work, Dr. Pompa. Great, great information, and I’ll talk about what’s in this book, and obviously for more in depth knowledge, because I think I only have like two hours, isn’t it? No, I have like 25 minutes, right?

Dr. Pompa:     
No, no, you have 45, right? It’s way longer. Most everyone has 25, we gave you more time. We got to get this information out. You’re one of our keynotes. You’re changing the world, Tony, you really are.

Dr. Jimenez:  
Thank you.

Dr. Pompa: 
You’re a world changer. I have to say it, right? It wasn’t your choice, Tony, you were called to it. You didn’t choose it, it chose you.

Dr. Jimenez: 
Right, absolutely. Absolutely. I’d like to say we don’t treat the cancer in the person, we treat the person with the cancer. This is something we should never forget, because most of traditional conventional medicine is treating the cancer and forgetting about the individual, their spirit, their soul, their mind. If we only focus on the body, we’re going to invariably fall short.

Dr. Pompa:
What you said is so true, and it sounds trite, but God’s put in every one of us, an ability to heal. When you focus on the cancer and not the person, you’re literally cutting off the very thing that has the ability to heal the cancer. It does. It’s there, the key is unlocking it. Remove the interference, the body does the healing. Give it what it needs, right?

If you treat the cancer, you might win the battle for 5, 10 years, but it’s going to come back somewhere else. If you treat the person, a different outcome every time. And as you mentioned, physical, chemical, emotional.

Appreciate your work, I cannot wait. I can’t wait for the people there. Again, I know you more personal, and I know your stories, I just can’t wait for them to hear you. They’re going to fall in love with you like I did. I promise you that.

Dr. Jimenez: 
Please, anyone that’s watching this, come, invite your friends, invite your colleagues because I was looking at the list of speakers, and I have to give my hats off to you. It’s just … I mean, I go to a lot of conferences. I just finished one yesterday here in San Diego, it was brilliant. But the guests that you have, the speakers that you have, it’s beyond.

Please, please [inaudible 00:22:37] this information with colleagues and friends. I’m so happy that you have this open to the public as well.

Dr. Pompa:     
Yeah, I think with this topic we had no choice, honestly.

You know, you’re right, this seminar, I literally told my staff, look, don’t make me too busy because I want to sit through my own seminar. I don’t want to miss this speaker, that speaker, that speaker. I love when I can say that about my own seminar, where it’s like, I’m just captivated, honestly. I don’t even want to speak, I want to watch everyone else, like you.

All right Tony, we’ll see you there. Well, I’ll see before that, I’m coming down, we’re going to do some filming. I’m so intrigued in what you’re doing, I’m coming. I got to see it in person. I’ll take some video, we’ll show it on the screen.

Dr. Jimenez:                 
Okay, sounds good. Thank you Dr. Dan.

Dr. Pompa: 
Yeah, we’ll see you Tony.

Dr. Jimenez:  
Take care.

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