SafeMeds Travel info?? please

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SafeMeds Travel info?? please

Postby PCakes » Sun Jun 20, 2010 9:49 am

Hi,

Please share any postive or otherwise experiences with 'SafeMeds' travel. This will go a long way in helping an MS family make an informed decision. The MSer involved is 'running out of wait'.

The Canadian Healthcare System's lack of compassion is reprehensible.

Thank you
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Postby PCakes » Sun Jun 20, 2010 7:33 pm

bump .. looking for info .. trying to help..
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Postby mangio » Sun Jun 20, 2010 8:32 pm

PCakes, that company was on f.b. a few weeks ago. These
companies are sprouting up everywhere. Does it have accreditation
GPI, Dr Zamboni training, what about follow-up care?

Costs double or triple Bulgaria, Poland, US pricing.
Lots of openings are becoming available for Poland if you
can be ready to travel on shorter notice.

If the person has alot of disability highly recommend they
don't go this route. I can assure you the flight to southeast
asia is very long and difficult.

Holland has openings someone said on facebook today -
7600 euros approximately and with follow-up appointments
included.

A Vancouver company is taking people to Cuba, only 5 or 6
hours airtime.
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Postby PCakes » Sun Jun 20, 2010 8:55 pm

thanks Mangio..good advice, I will pass this on..
I've read the good, the bad, the ugly of ccsvi travel to India but I lack any direct or periferal knowledge enough to help this family. This is a last option/ hope situation.. so..as I do.. I turn to Tims.. This is a 40 year old woman..first attack 7 years ago stole, without remission, her mobility and sight. Many attacks over the years all with progression.
Hubbard was contacted..the cost is significant.. I'm sure well worth it.. but not an option for this family..
Today's misnomer..Health Canada
thanks again..p
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