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Dr. Filiberto Munoz

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San Diego Clinic

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San Diego Clinic

555 Saturn Blvd #452

San Diego, California 92154

United States

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San Diego Clinic is an outpatient facility located just 500 yards over the Mexico border in Tijuana. Our mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care on an as-needed or preventative basis. We have created a practice that we believe in and choose ... more

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You will find Dr. Filiberto Munoz, SDC's medical director, a most caring physician.  He is  involved  in every aspect  of each patient's treatment plan and health goals.

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Filiberto Munoz, MD met with us with his colleague Vincent Gammill, ScD, a research biochemist.

Experience - Dr. Munoz has worked with many integrative/alternative cancer clinics, including those of Manner, Hoxsey, Freeman, and Scheidl. About five years ago he became medical director of the San Diego Clinic where he instituted the use of German immune-boosting strategies.
Treatment Philosophy - Dr. Munoz spoke about the work he's doing with cancer vaccines, tumor-site injectables, and immune support therapies. It was clear from our discussion that he likes keeping up on the latest and greatest research for cancer treatment (conventional and alternative), and that he's very thoughtful in discerning how he can best incorporate various approaches in his practice. Dr. Munoz does have a background in standard metabolic therapy (that is using IV vitamin C, antioxidants, laetrile, immune boosters, etc), but in practice he relies heavily on correcting immune dysfunctions and stimulating the immune system in ways that directly target the cancer. If the immune dysfunction can't be remedied, the strategy becomes one of finding a safe and effective multi-modal strategy for bypassing immune inadequacies.
Dr. Munoz seemed very creative as a practitioner, both in terms of seeking out new ways to help a particular patient, but also in terms of how to treat patients that have little or no money to spend on health care. Overall we got the impression that he is really conscientious in his work and that he really cares about his patients.
Dr. Munoz said he was hoping that there would be more communication and sharing of ideas amongst the various doctors in the Tijuana area that are treating cancer patients with alternative methods.
Laetrile - I asked Dr. Munoz how significant laetrile was in his treatment protocol. He often uses a sub-component of laetrile (a benzaldehyde clathrate), which he said was an important natural medication in his tool kit.
Facility - The clinic is used mainly for consultation, examination and testing. Treatments such as the IV infusions take place at the BioMedics Institute. Dr. Munoz is making changes in the San Diego Clinic so that it conforms to Mexican regulations such as tile floors instead of carpet. That way more of the treatments can take place at the clinic. We toured BioMedics Institute later in the day. It seemed clean, professional, and nicely decorated. It included exam/consultation rooms and rooms for IV therapy, hyperthermia, and radiation.
Diet - Vincent and Dr. Munoz were both concerned that the patients who come to the area do not have many options for good healthy food. (The hotel that most of their patients stay at is surrounded by fast food restaurants and doesn't provide kitchen services.) So - Dr. Munoz is in the process of putting together a housing facility for patients - one which would keep the cost of their stay to a minimum and provide good food.
Mind/Body - Dr. Munoz also said he recognized the importance of dealing with mental/emotional issues in the healing process, but that he did not work directly with any professionals that worked with emotional healing. Like other doctors in the area, he said that when necessary, he refers patients to a local psychologist.
Hyperthermia - Dr. Munoz sometimes recommends microwave hyperthermia for his patients. He contracts out the hyperthermia treatment with specialists at BioMedical Institute, which he believes are the most skilled in this type of therapy. They say that high rates of remission are routine with proper patient screening and the use of hyperthermia sensitizers.
Doctor/Patient Relationship - We've talked with people that have worked with Dr. Munoz and Vincent Gammill and have heard excellent reports - the patients felt Dr. Munoz and Vincent were genuinely concerned about their situation and were putting forth their best effort possible in both keeping the patient costs down and providing optimal care. Doctor/Patient Relationship - We've talked with people that have worked with Dr. Munoz and Vincent Gammill and have heard excellent reports - the patients felt Dr. Munoz and Vincent were genuinely concerned about their situation and were putting forth their best effort possible in both keeping the patient costs down and providing optimal care.
Costs - Because they vary the treatment so much, it was impossible for Dr. Munoz and Vincent to give us a price range.

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Although cancer referrals are technically not limited to the San Diego Clinic, the Center for the Study of Natural Oncology is closely tied to the San Diego Clinic and Dr. Filberto Munoz in Tijuana, Mexico.

Dr. Munoz is a handsome, modest and knowledgeable doctor who treats the cancer patients.He works closely with Vincent Gammill (he is not a doctor, but a biochemist) in figuring out what therapies are best suited for the patient depending on budget, medical needs, or how aggressive anyone wants to be treated.
Dr. Munoz claimed that he cured his brother of renal cancer with immunotherapy including vaccines.Their best successes are breast, prostate and colon cancer, especially if the patient comes to them early on.While we were there, there were both early and advanced cancer patients receiving treatment.
Dr. Munoz will use depending on the cancer situation whole body hyperthermia, selenium Ivs, Mistletoe vaccines (Eurixor), Newcastle Virus vaccine Neo-Springer vaccine, low dose insulin potentiation therapy (IPT), etc. For more information on the treatments they offer, see
Dr. Munoz is the medical director of the San Diego Clinic, located in Tijuana, Mexico.


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Under the direction of Dr. Filiberto Munoz, San Diego Clinic's dedicated and skilled team of fully licensed doctors, nurses, research scientists and assistants work diligently to continuously advance our knowledge base.

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