Chapter 17 - What You Can Do

     The question which is paramount in everyone s mind is: How do I get GH3 for me, or how do I get it for a loved one?

Through my writings and personal contacts, I have sent hundreds of people to the GH3 clinics and although I have had a few complaints, they are from persons who expect to be treated as though they just completed a successful moon shot and await ten years red-carpet treatment thereafter. About 99% of the persons returning are ecstatically pleased with the treatments and the country as well.

Even those who complain, when carefully interviewed, admit they received excellent treatment and are very pleased with the results. It is possible to obtain the red-carpet treatment in Romania, but you will have to pay for it—as you should. Even so, the situation there for us normal folk is excellent, and costs relatively little.

Romanians, of course, pay nothing for GH3 and the careful treatment that accompanies it. The cost is also geared down for foreigners. Although inflation has hit every country, it is still possible to go to Romama, be treated in one of the government clinics for two weeks, and obtain enough GH3 through prescription for one or two years of further treatment—all this for about $1,200.

Furthermore, Romania is a fascinating country and you can go on many tours, such as the dark, foreboding castle of Count Dracula in the Transylvania mountains; a bus trip to interesting places in the countryside; or just a nightclub in Bucharest, where you ll hear folk music and sing-along. There are many other possible diversions from the ordinary doctor-patient relationship so common elsewhere.

Andrei Raiescu and his assistant, Eugene Ciocalteu, and their lovely wives, Mara and Elena, will be glad to handle travel arrangements. The Romanians now have an airline, Tarom, which flies direct to Bucharest. Other airlines go to Bucharest—but none, thus far, nonstop. In any case, I would suggest you write Raiescu. He will give all the advice you need about the overseas journey.

The address of the Romanian National Tourist Bureau is 573 Third Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10016.

One of the GH3-treated patients returning from Romania is an old friend of mine, Rachel Coplan, author of several widely sold books. She conducts sex clinics for men and women in New York and Miami Beach.

She is very outspoken in her enthusiasm for treatment at the GH3 centers in Romania. While on a recent two-week stay at the Aslan Clinic, she met hundreds of people from all over the world—relatively young, middle-aged and old--—almost all of whom were measurably benefited. Rachel told me of people ranging from a belly dancer with painfully afflicted legs--—who was now dancing again, to a young Englishman with Parkinson s disease, who has now lost the symptoms (much as did our friend Dr. Earle Officer, before his tragic accident).

Space does not permit us to detail the thousands of favorable reports, but of the scores my associates and I have interviewed, and those other investigators have reported to me, I have yet to find anyone who did not loudly proclaim the benefits of the Romanian experience. (There must be some negatives out of the many thousands who stream to Bucharest every year, but all we have found thus far are positives.)

Gerovital is available in at least 15 other countries, including England, Italy, West Germany, and Switzerland, but I cannot recommend any other country because I am not sure of the facilities for treatment, if any. Also, I do know that GH3--—both treatment and medicine--—costs much more in other countries than in socialist Romania, where cost is minimal and medical supervision is excellent.

In addition, I strongly urge readers not to take GH3 except under knowledgeable medical supervision. While the safety factor is well established in the recommended dosage, remember that GH3 is not aspirin, and that even aspirin in high dosages can have serious side effects (even death); therefore, any drug which is used as a prophylactic measure or therapeutic treatment should always be carefully administered by a physician.

For the great majority of Americans, however, particularly those in economic straits and those who depend on government assistance, the real solution awaits FDA approval of Gerovital GH3. As we have stated previously, in view of the incontrovertible evidence, we do not see how this approval can be long in coming.

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