Schizophrenia is a functional disorder of the balance of hormones in the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Thyroid-Adrenal axis (HPTA) in the brain stem and glucose regulation. Both of these critical imbalances cause cerebral dopamine to become unregulated. Too much dopamine floods the limbic region and too little (Parkinson disease) enters other regions of the brain.
Just like the girl in “Brain on Fire” who suffered a rare auto-immune disorder in the brain, people with schizophrenia suffer mechanical disruptions to the normal functioning of the brain.
“It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault.” I want to cry out to my son and to your sons and daughters with this disease. You have to send this message to them and lead them to the cure – BEAM surgery in Ecuador. Emphasize that it is not a surgery of the brain, but a surgery on the adrenal medulla glands above the two kidneys that regulates dopamine production and normalizes the symptoms of schizophrenia almost immediately after the surgery. This is a miracle treatment based on 40 years of careful and scientific research into what causes schizophrenia and what cures it.
Why is this disease only available in Ecuador and not in the more developed countries such as the United States? Because the motivation to cure this disease and relieve suffering was not profitable. Dr. Jose Mackliff’s research was entirely self-funded and entirely based on relieving the suffering of his schizophrenic patients from the beginning. He retained hope even when there was no reason for hope. He pushed through to a solution to schizophrenia.
The best way to convince your child to try BEAM is to thoroughly understand it yourself. My book simplifies it; also posts on this website. BEAM works because there is a known cause of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is caused by an imbalance in hormones in the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Thyroid-Adrenal (HPTA) arc in the brain stem. When the hormones are imbalanced, a disruption in glucose-regulation occurs. This causes a malfunction in the cerebral distribution of dopamine. Too much dopamine is released into the limbic region of the brain.
Because too much adrenaline is produced in a schizophrenic person, adrenaline is blocked from reaching the HPTA arc and an imbalance occurs. and results in a disruption of glucose regulation. When blood adrenaline is blocked 100% through the BEAM surgery, the brain compensates and produces nor-adrenaline in sufficient quantities to reach the HPTA arc, and glucose is regulated. After BEAM surgery cerebral dopamine is distributed in the correct amount and the symptoms of schizophrenia are almost immediately eliminated a few days after the surgery.
Testimonials from people who have had the surgery in 2018 are on blog posts on this site, with contact information. There is also a Testimonials Page on my site with many testimonials.
The evidence for BEAM is 100% there. It is scientifically based and proven over 200 successful surgeries to be the only treatment that cures schizophrenia.
One patient, Anabelle, with a case study video in my film told me, “When I was 21, I wanted to take my life. Then my aunt contacted me saying she had learned about a treatment for schizophrenia that was curing the disease. I felt that I would rather die trying than not to try at all.”
Tell that to your child. To try it. It can only help and has no side effects. What is the alternative – to continue to live a life not worth living? Tell them that the treatment will get them off of antipsychotic drugs completely within one year and for that year put them on a much lower dose with one or two pills, not 13 or more prescribed by psychiatrists. All of their talents, personality characteristics and education before schizophrenia will be restored.
Dr. Jose Mackliff and BEAM Surgery
To convince the money lender of the necessity of this surgery, I would refer them to the documentary film on my website and the blog archive testimonials. I would ask them to call the four people (Americans) who have taken their sons and daughters for the surgery in 2018. That information is in my blog archives. I would have them call me with their questions and concerns. Having the BEAM surgery is a matter of life or death for a person with schizophrenia. You should be relentless in your efforts to convince your parent or friend to fund this procedure. They should also email Dr. Mackliff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Review the testimonials on my site and on beamprocedure.com. You can buy a copy of my book, co-authored by Dr. Mackliff on Amazon. A Life Worth Living – Alternative Treatment for Schizophrenia.
Keep persevering to bring your loved one to this miraculous surgery. Scientifically based on more than 30 years of self funded research by psychiatrist and scientist Dr. Jose Romeo Mackliff, it now has a history of eliminating schizophrenia in over 200 patients from around the world.
Please purchase my book, only $5.00 on Amazon Kindle, and educate yourself on how BEAM works to cure schizophrenia. A Life Worth Living – Alternative Treatment for Schizophrenia.
In 2010, I took Eduardo to his regular Dr to look at his depression. Eduardo told his Dr that he wished to die and they moved him to the a mental health hospital in Torrance, California; He was there for 72 hrs, they gave him risperidone, and they told me he had schizophrenia.
I could not believe that my son had that and did not know how cruel and dangerous was schizophrenia. In Del Amo Clinica they gave him risperidone and his symptoms of schizophrenia worsened day by day, he began not to sleep, to leave with little clothes or sometimes No clothes on the street. I had to call 911 to find him, Eduardo said that my family wanted to kill him and he also tried to kill me.
He talked to himself, hallucinated that the psychiatrists only experimented with antipsychotics and no treatment served him and that he still had the same symptoms even taking pills, He did not leave his room very little and slept only 2 hrs and sometimes not at all, On April 2018, through Suzanne Patterson I heard from Dr Mackliff and called him, In June 2018 Eduardo jumped from a 3-story balcony of the apartment where we lived and is alive miraculously. After he was given a very high dose of zyprexa 45mg having the side effects of Dystonia Akathisia and tremors,
On September 19, he was able to travel to Ecuador for the surgery of Dr Mackliff and after the surgery he slept s all night his psychosis improved by 70%.
It will take time for full recovery and today he only takes 15mg of zyprexa..I’m grateful to God, Dr Mackliff and Suzanne for this miracle of such a successful surgery, my son looks different and I am very happy to see him better day after day. …
After 8 years I returned to see Eduardo smile and his face improved. I give my testimony as a mother who loves her son, and I really recommend people with schizophrenia to be brave and do this surgery … if they have tried so much antipsychotic why not treat this that will heal them forever. My name is Olga and any question to communicate to my email email@example.com
|Open in Google Translate|
Web Result with Site Links
Dr. Jose R. Mackliff, patented owner of BEAM Procedure
The BEAM Procedure, developed by Dr. Jose R. Mackliff, Ecuadorian psychiatrist and researcher, is a surgery done on the adrenal medulla glands which has been successfully done on 140 people with schizophrenia from one to 22 years since 2006.
BEAM or bi-lateral electro-coagulation of adrenal medulla eliminates the symptoms of schizophrenia by balancing the hormones in the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Thyroid-Adrenal (HPTA) axis in the brain stem, causing the brain to regulate cerebral dopamine. Schizophrenia is a disease caused by a disruption in the gluco-regulatory system, resulting in unregulated cerebral dopamine.
Dr. Mackliff developed BEAM over 30 years of self-funded research. He was the schizophrenic ward director at Sala San Jose at Lorenzo Ponce Hospital from 1973 to 1986. It was there that he watched his patients for 13 years who never improved and became more apathetic and stressed with additional chronic diseases with each year. The notorious failure of antipsychotic drugs to relieve, even temporarily, the symptoms of schizophrenia motivated him to study the various autonomic questions that arose about the metabolism behind this disease.
Why isn’t BEAM Procedure Known Throughout the World?
BEAM has been presented at three international neuroscience conferences, World Congress of BITs Neurotalk, in 2011, 2015 and again in May 2018. Although recognized as a radically new and promising treatment for schizophrenia, it has not yet been recommended for formalized research funded by international health agencies.
Because the need for antipsychotic drugs is reduced and eventually eliminated after BEAM surgery, BEAM will never be recommended for further research by psychiatric associations around the world, nor by the drug companies that exploit and profit from the vulnerability of people with schizophrenia.
Patients and their families come to BEAM after hearing the testimonials of those who have been cured of schizophrenia after having the BEAM surgery.
It is only the patients and families who have been cured of schizophrenia from the BEAM surgery who can organize and gain force to make the BEAM Procedure known to their medical communities.
It seems it is not Dr. Mackliff’s role to make his treatment known and accepted by the scientific communities around the world in his lifetime.
The author of this blog is Suzanne Ayer Patterson, the mother of a 20-year-old boy who was diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder in 2013 and took his life in 2014 after being put on a high dosage of Seroquel, an antipsychotic, for one year by a respected psychiatrist in Marin County. Later, Suzanne would find out that this doctor had been receiving payments for prescribing Seroquel from the drug manufacturer for more than ten years. This is common practice in psychiatry in the United States.
As a way to direct the anguish and suffering from her son’s tragic death, Suzanne began to research schizophrenia, its treatment and the BEAM Procedure for schizophrenia which she had heard about while her son was still alive. She worked actively to make this information and the BEAM surgery known to families around the world with children with schizophrenia. A book co-authored by Dr. Mackliff, a blog and website, and a documentary film resulted from three and 1/2 years of diligent efforts.
This worthwhile work directly resulted in two young American men, age 17 and 28, having the BEAM surgery in Ecuador in January of 2018. They both are now cured of schizophrenia, just three months later, and take no antipsychotic medication. Testimonials from the mothers and a video two days after surgery for one of the boys, can be viewed on schizophreniasolution.org.
People seeking an understanding of BEAM and how it works should read my book, A Life Worth Living – Schizophrenia Alternative Treatment and watch my documentary film,
A Life Worth Living – Solution to Schizophrenia. Additional scientific knowledge and case studies can be read in Dr. Mackliff’s medical book in English, Schizophrenia and Parkinson Surgery available on Amazon. Visit the BEAM Procedure website: beamprocedure.com
You may also contact Dr. Mackliff in English directly by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This letter came from a mom of a 17-year-old boy with schizophrenia who underwent BEAM surgery in January of 2018. Dr. Mackliff has said that the BEAM cases between the ages of 14 and 17 heal very quickly from schizophrenia.
It’s been 3 months since we had a surgery. I have very good news.
As Dr. Mackliff advised we continued with medication at reduced amount for 2 months, and then we stopped. Psychosis did not return; its been a full month since we have not used medication, and there are no symptoms.
I can state with confidence that B.E.A.M surgery worked, it freed us from schizophrenia.
Please share this experience with others.
If anyone has any questions, I will be glad to answer,
And please share this email. email@example.com
2015 World Congress BITs Neurotalk Conference
Abstract-Neurotalk May 16-18- 2018. Bangkok, Thailand
Name-Jose Romeo Mackliff. Title. Dr of medicine and surgery 1967
Job-SCHIZOPHRENIA AND PARKINSON SURGERY.
A NEW AND EFFICIENT REGULATION OF DOPAMINERGIC SYNAPSES AFTER B.E.A.M (bilateral electrocoagulation of adrenal medulla). Organization- Hospital Clinica Panamericana
Dr. Mackliff obtained a Psychiatry Specialist degree in 1975. He was appointed head of the San Jose ward at the Lorenzo Ponce Psychiatry hospital from 1970 to 1986, where he started his research in hormonal gluco-regulation; which resulted in the surgical elimination of adrenaline to restore the HPA axis fatigue in schizophrenia. Dr Mackliff is also a professional member of the New York Academy of Sciences.
In 1989 he applied the BEAM surgery on dogs, after stimulating amphetamine psychosis in order to develop an aggressiveness syndrome in the animals. By Bilateral Electro-coagulation of the Adrenal Medulla (BEAM), he eliminated aggressiveness and the symptomatology resulting from hypersensitivity by the agonistic action of amphetamines over the dopamine receptors. Since 2006, he has successfully restored functionality to more than 140 schizophrenic patients, therefore growing evidence for BEAM as a new pioneer surgery for schizophrenia and other diseases related with adrenaline and dopamine.
Bilateral Electrocoagulation of the adrenal medulla (B.E.A.M) allowed absence of adrenalin, and a 20% less Noradrenaline in the human body. This surgery is able to regulate dopaminergic projection in schizophrenic patients.
BEAM eliminates the HPA axis fatigue, aggressiveness and gluco-regulation disorder in Schizophrenia. It Changes the CRH, ACTH and cortisol rhythm; at brain level it changes the tyrosine chain modal system. It eliminates the continuous action of stress when the symptoms like hallucinations, delusions and social deterioration disappear. BEAM improves connections between the thalamus and limbic cortex. After BEAM surgery, there won’t be any more hypoglycemic periods and brain circulation is improved.
Only with hypothalamus stimulation and functional changes as described above, is it possible to eradicate schizophrenic symptoms like aggressiveness, apathy and hallucinations a few weeks after surgery and withdraw psychiatric medications in one year without side effects.
This is the third presentation on BEAM surgery that Dr. Mackliff has given to the World Congress BITs Neurotalk Conference, and he has requested that the World Congress endorse the formalizing of his research at this 2018 conference.
For people who have contacted me asking for evidence supporting Dr. Mackliff’s BEAM Procedure for schizophrenia, I offer this advice.
Please go to Dr. Mackliff’s book Schizophrenia and Parkinson Surgery and my book, co-authored by Dr. Mackliff, A Life Worth Living – Schizophrenia Alternative Treatment, Suzanne Ayer Patterson and Dr. Jose R. Mackliff, both available on Amazon.com. His book has 12 case studies with lengths of schizophrenia from one to 22 years. Outside evidence endorsing Dr. Mackliff’s work is not available; his surgery serves no profit interest either for psychiatrists, many of whom receive payments from the drug industry, or for the drug industry. One only has to look at the case of http://www.burzynskiclinic.com/, Dr. Burzynski who found a cure for malignant brain cancer and other cancers, who has a legal clinic in Texas, and who was persecuted for 20 years by the FDA for not submitting his treatment for FDA approval. His patients and their family members presented the success from his treatments to senate sub-committees four times. Now the FDA allows clinical trials in cases where chemotherapy and radiation therapy are not recommended (case of children). This is only after they could find no fault with Dr. Burzinski and his treatment. They are still trying to take his medical license from him, and the legal expenses have cost him millions of dollars.
People who go to Dr. Mackliff for the BEAM surgery, do it based on the testimonies of people who have had the treatment and their faith in the doctor.
It is curious that nobody asks for evidence supporting antipsychotic drug treatments approved by the FDA and which are the only allowed treatment for schizophrenia in the United States.
One does not need to research far to see that the drugs are approved after six weeks trials (Seroquel). Few of the drugs have been tested at the doses prescribed nor for duration of time for which they are prescribed.
Side effects from antipsychotics including suicide have been minimized in studies supported by the pharmaceutical industry. There have been a multitude of legal suits against the pharmaceutical companies for false marketing and dangerous side effects.
Anointed with names like Abilify and Geodon, the drugs were given to a broad swath of patients, from preschoolers to octogenarians. Today, more than a half-million youths take antipsychotic drugs, and fully one-quarter of nursing-home residents have used them. Yet recent government warnings say the drugs may be fatal to some older patients and have unknown effects on children.
The new generation of antipsychotics has also become the single biggest target of the False Claims Act, a federal law once largely aimed at fraud among military contractors. Every major company selling the drugs — Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eli Lilly, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson — has either settled recent government cases for hundreds of millions of dollars or is currently under investigation for possible health care fraud.
Two of the settlements, involving charges of illegal marketing, set records last year for the largest criminal fines ever imposed on corporations. One involved Eli Lilly’s antipsychotic, Zyprexa; the other involved a guilty plea for Pfizer’s marketing of a pain pill, Bextra. In the Bextra case, the government also charged Pfizer with illegally marketing another antipsychotic, Geodon; Pfizer settled that part of the claim for $301 million, without admitting any wrongdoing.