Dr. Jose Mackliff
Dr. Jose Mackliff, founder of the B.E.A.M treatment in Ecuador, has filmed the introduction to my documentary, ‘Living a Life worth Living – Cure for Schizophrenia in Ecuador’. He explains how it was developed, why the B.E.A.M surgery works, the results from doing this surgery on 100 people with schizophrenia and the hope for the future of B.E.A.M , a new direction in psychiatry combining antipsychotic drugs with surgery.
All of Dr. Mackliff’s research has led to an understanding that with antipsychotic treatment alone, the sequence will always be.
Patient – psychiatrist + antipsychotics- = relapse – Hospital = chronic illness.
Combining antipsychotics + surgery the sequence is:
Patient – psychiatry – surgery + antipsychotics = recovery + reduced antipsychotics, adjustment and subsequent elimination of psychiatric medication.
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