All our treatment plans are personalised, fully supported by scientific research, and holistic. For a list of our treatments and therapies, please see “Cancer Treatments“
Who does Verita Life have in its clinics?
Our teams include board-certified physicians, oncologists, medical researchers, registered nurses, lifestyle counselors, health educators and nutritional experts. Most of our team members have received advanced training and post-graduate certifications and are certified members of their respective professional societies.
Verita Life does not perform radiation or surgery, but if you have been diagnosed with cancer, or believe that you may have cancer and come to us seeking a diagnosis, we can refer you to physicians and medical facilities that provide advanced radiological and surgical treatment options. Those treatments are extensively supported by Verita Life’s complementary therapies.
Are Verita Life clinics in-patient facilities?
Verita Life offers private outpatient clinics. They are in close proximity to many hotels and service apartments which offer special rates to Verita Life patients and their families or care-givers. Our clinics are dedicated to giving you a caring and healing environment. If hospitalisation care is required, necessary arrangements will be made for you.
How long should I expect to stay at a clinic?
This depends on the type and stage of your cancer as well as your physical condition. A consultation will be arranged with our doctor to assess your condition and to provide you with a range of solutions.
Can I safely use alternative or complementary therapies?
All of our treatments are safe, clinically and scientifically proven to work. They are all backed by many research papers and case studies. If you would like information on a specific treatment, please contact us and we will explain in further detail.
Can I use my insurance policy?
This depends on the kind of insurance cover that you have, however, many of our patients have been reimbursed for all or part of their treatment. We can assist with completion of insurance forms, if necessary.
Will I have to pay for a second opinion from Verita Life?
What is a typical day’s treatment at a Verita Life clinic?
You will be driven to the clinic for 9.30 a.m by hotel shuttle or other transport as agreed and depending on the accommodation option chosen. First contact will be to update staff on how you feel, your night’s sleep and to check vital signs. Breakfast is served and first IV infusion of the day is given. At 10 a.m, a mental relaxation technique is provided to help manage stress and feel calm.
In addition to formal consultations and tests, the medical staff and doctors will be available at most times for any questions. It is an informal environment and patients are encouraged to take maximum interest in their own treatment goals.
After this lunch is served in either the IV room or the dining area. Most afternoons you will continue with another IV infusion as well as taking a second private treatment.
During the afternoon we may conduct education classes, helping you learn more about your own body, how to fight off cancer and stop it from returning. Most days your treatment will be complete by about 5p.m when you will return to the hotel. Your complete dinner and drinks are packed up to take home for the evening meal.
What are the steps to becoming a Verita Life patient?
Next, should you be interested in moving to the next step of having a doctor’s consultation, you will be offered an appointment slot, and be asked to email your medical records in advance for review by our cancer expert doctors. This consultation can take place via Skype or we can telephone you.
The doctor will discuss your case, circumstances and treatment options in detail. There is no charge for either the records review or doctor’s consultation.
If you decide to have treatment, the third step will be preparing for travel to our clinics.
You may need to complete some agreed additional medical tests. Our patient coordinator will discuss financial matters and also insurance if applicable.
Can I come for treatment by myself?
Many patients do, however, it is recommended that a friend or family member accompanies you during your treatment programme if possible. Still, out-of-clinic care (a helper or nurse) is available at a reasonable cost.
What happens when I arrive in Thailand or Germany for treatment?
You will be fast tracked through airport immigration and our staff will accompany you in a private car to your hotel. On arrival at the clinic you will meet the full medical team for final evaluation and they will explain and agree on your exact treatment plan.
Sometimes additional tests will be conducted and certain treatments will only begin after a few days. We are here to help throughout this process and we will be available for questions and help at all times.
What happens when I return home following treatment?
Cancer is a journey whether you are late stage, under early diagnosis, or in partial or full remission.
We understand that for a variety of reasons patients may not remain at a clinic indefinitely. They may need ongoing, post-clinical support to remain cancer-free or continue to attack their cancer in other medical or residential settings.
It starts with education on key lifestyle changes, nutrition and supplements but also focuses on periodic top up treatments. Our personalised cancer treatment plans provide cancer-defense and help optimise immune strength.
Communication is important, and our caring medical team welcomes regular updates and questions from all our former patients.