Joan was diagnosed in April, 1979, after her salivary gland was excised. She came to the IAT Clinic following extensive radiation. Her prognosis was "terminal" by a well known head & neck surgeon in NYC. He gave her three options: 30% chance of survival with radical surgery of the face, jaw & tongue. Less percent with less radical surgery, or extension of life for a short period of time with radiation, only. She chose radiation, keeping her face in tact & began the IAT treatment in September of 1979...Now, 32 years later, she continues to be cancer free , thanks to the Immuno Augmentative Therapy. - .
ANASAZI does not consider itself a brat camp. There are no “brats” or “bad kids” at ANASAZI. We help children and young adults (and their caring families) who in some cases have made bad choices. Our many years of experience working with thousands of diverse young people make this important distinction abundantly clear. While we appreciate the good work performed by other licensed and accredited wilderness therapy providers, our programs differ in significant ways. We invite you to compare ANASAZI with these and other providers to learn more about our clinical approach and the proven principles which form the foundation of our programs.