Ray Donovan and Olivia Pope are fictional fixers on TV where they do damage control for Hollywood stars and politicians.


In real life, celebrities and politicians also use fixers to check them into (unlisted) STD clinics. Unbeknownst to the public (story below).


And fixers can find and obtain (hard to find) pharmaceuticals, miracle drugs and non-FDA approved drugs.


This page will reveal the little known treatments and pharmaceuticals used by celebrities and politicians to maintain their health.


***Disclaimer: The following information is for informational purposes only and is not endorsed by this site. Please consult a physician before using any of the drugs and treatments listed below.


Photo Credit:  ABC, SHO, & Getty Stock Images.



There's an underground clinic in Altadena, California where celebrities get treated and buy medications for an assortment of STDS, mainly HIV/AIDS and herpes (discreetly away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi).

These celebrities are paying for secrecy.

If they don't go in person, they send their fixers or assistants to pick up medications (they are required to sign a confidentiality agreement); medical staff is also required to sign a confidentiality agreement.

This is not a doctor's office, this is an undercover (non advertised) mysterious and exclusive STD clinic that caters to the Rich & Famous, which includes: Celebrities, politicians, athletes, corporate raiders, tycoons, Royal family members, oil sheiks, billionaires, etc.


Top secret unlisted clinics (for celebrities) also exist in Northern California (near Stanford University) and in San Diego County.


These clinics are cash only and do not accept insurance.  No paper trail.


The atmosphere is serene and upscale with state of the art equipment.


Celebrity patients are given special ID's and if their medical information is accessed by staff for any reason, a red flag goes up.


These clinics recruit the best specialists in the world.


Big Pharma is buying up the patents for pre-trial drugs that show success. Famous and wealthy patients will pay big money for these drugs.




What is PrEP?


PrEP means Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, and it’s the use of anti-HIV medication that keeps HIV negative people from becoming infected. PrEP is approved by the FDA and has been shown to be safe and effective. A single pill taken once daily, it is highly effective against HIV when taken every day. The medication interferes with HIV’s ability to copy itself in your body after you’ve been exposed. This prevents it from establishing an infection and making you sick.

Even though PrEP has been around in the U.S. for over a year, not a lot of people know about it. And, even fewer people feel like they know enough about it to be able to make an informed decision about whether or not to use it. For those who do use it, the information they have might be more focused on practical issues, like where to get it, rather than on what PrEP does in the body to prevent HIV infection.


Side effects listed above.




1. Apricot pits, like many fruit seeds, contain cyanogenic glycosides, which are similar enough to cyanide to kill you, if you eat a large quantity of them. These glycosides also have a chemical in them called laetrile (LAY-uh-trill), which the presented theory states can not only prevent cancer, but can actively seek it out in the body and destroy it with extreme prejudice.


The American Cancer Association currently has no such drug in its arsenal: chemo-therapy and radiation therapy are, supposedly, the best we can do at present, and they are woefully inefficient, often poisoning the patient to death. The theory states that laetrile is the cure the whole world has been looking for, throughout the 20th Century, but the ACA and the American Medical Association refuse to let this knowledge out, because once the cure is available, the cancer industry will go out of business.


There is factual documentation that apricot pits were used in the 1950s in Europe, to reduce the size of tumors, and the documentation states that it worked. But, rather than cure people, as per the Hippocratic Oath, the doctors involved in this cover-up choose to treat people indefinitely, prolonging life for a few years, while the bills, and their paychecks, rack up astronomically.


To this end, the AMA and ACA have issued public service announcements defaming apricot pits as an extremely dangerous food to ingest: you have to crush the pit just right to extract the laetrile with only a minute quantity of cyanide, so you do not poison yourself. This is true, but the two organizations maintain that it is impossible to do this and that laetrile does nothing for cancer, even though both statements are verifiably false.


2.  In 1995, Kathy Keeton, publisher of "Omni" magazine, achieved widespread publicity with claims that hydrazine sulfate had enabled her to recover from stage IV metastatic breast cancer after doctors gave her only 6 weeks to live. After Keeton was diagnosed, she read about hydrazine sulfate in an article featured in her magazine "Omni."


She ordered hydrazine sulfate from an online pill mill and according to her, she digested two pills a day.


Keeton said she had developed stomach pains in April 1995, had been diagnosed with advanced stage IV breast cancer the following month, had been advised by her doctor to undergo "classical chemotherapy, radiation, and bone marrow transplants." She said, however, that during the first ten weeks of her disease—during which time she was "supposed to be dead"—she only took hydrazine sulfate.


"She says that all her tumors have 'disappeared' except for 'three microscopic spots' on her liver."


She claimed that she had rid herself of or shrunk almost all of the tumors and extended her life by two years, after being given a dire initial prognosis of only six weeks to live by her doctors.

Keeton didn't die of cancer, instead, she died of complications from surgery for an intestinal obstruction, aged 58, in New York City in 1997.



by: Kim Peterson


Sovaldi, a new hepatitis C treatment, can cure up to 90 percent of patients within three months. There's just one problem: The drug costs $1,000 a day. That price tag has thrown the biotechnology world into turmoil, as lawmakers and insurance companies complain that Sovaldi's maker is trying to milk desperate patients.

Doctors are understandably finding it hard to pass over a drug that is so effective. As a result, Sovaldi's manufacturer, Gilead Sciences (GILD), is raking in the dough, while its shares have soared 53 percent over the last year. Sovaldi, in fact, may generate the biggest sales ever for a drug's first year. It could bring in a jaw-dropping $7 billion to $10 billion in sales this year alone, analysts say.

There are many sides to the Sovaldi story, and here's how the little pill affects them all:


Patients: There is no vaccine for hepatitis C, and some 3 million Americans are thought to have the virus. Many of them may have been infected through intravenous drug use. Before Sovaldi, patients had to deal with treatments like the injected interferon, which causes such severe flu-like symptoms that many chose to avoid it altogether.


Insurers: Companies being asked to foot the bill for Sovaldi are panicking. One of the hardest hit, Molina Healthcare (MOH), could see earnings drop by 18 percent because of Sovaldi, The Wall Street Journal reports. The head of Molina, Mario Molina, says that if everyone in the U.S. that had hepatitis C were treated with Sovaldi at list price, the tab would run to $227 billion, according to Forbes. To put that in perspective, the amount spent on all drugs in the U.S. is about $260 billion.


Doctors: Physicians are getting pressured to ease up on Sovaldi, but it's hard to pass over the drug when it works so well and has few side effects. Why allow someone to suffer when a cure is three months away?


Gilead: Sovaldi's maker says that even with its high price tag, Sovaldi is cheaper because it cures patients quickly and eliminates a long and expensive treatment using other drugs. Hepatitis C can eventually lead to cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer.




Louise Chirasello of Brewster, New York, was suffering intractable pain from her two hip replacement operations. She tried to get relief from the strongest prescribed painkillers, and from physical therapy.

But nothing worked. "I was so sore, you could not touch my hips without me crying out," says Chirasello.

Then she heard about Lawrence Cohen, a doctor in Danbury, Conn., who treats terrible pain with the venom of ordinary honeybees. At first, Cohen gave the 84-year-old widow several injections of bee venom weekly, but eventually reduced the dose to one injection every two or three weeks.

"Right after I got that first injection of bee venom, I left his office pain-free," Chirasello says. A year later, she is still free of pain and has needed no additional bee venom injections.

Unproven Results:

Although bee venom therapy is largely an unproven technique, about 50 U.S. physicians report good results using the substance to treat not only pain but arthritic conditions, multiple sclerosis, and other health woes. Other practitioners treat high blood pressure, asthma, hearing loss, and even premenstrual syndrome with bee venom.



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DMSO (non-FDA approved) is another good treatment for arthritis.


Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a by-product of the wood industry, has been in use as a commercial solvent since 1953. It is also one of the most studied but least understood pharmaceutical agents of our time--at least in the United States. According to Stanley Jacob, MD, a former head of the organ transplant program at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, more than 40,000 articles on its chemistry have appeared in scientific journals, which, in conjunction with thousands of laboratory studies, provide strong evidence of a wide variety of properties. (See Major Properties Attributed to DMSO) Worldwide, some 11,000 articles have been written on its medical and clinical implications, and in 125 countries throughout the world, including Canada, Great Britain, Germany, and Japan, doctors prescribe it for a variety of ailments, including pain, inflammation, scleroderma, interstitial cystitis, and arthritis elevated intercranial pressure.

Yet in the United States, DMSO has Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval only for use as a preservative of organs for transplant and for interstitial cystitis, a bladder disease. It has fallen out of the limelight and out of the mainstream of medical discourse, leading some to believe that it was discredited. The truth is more complicated.



Dennis Byrd (New York Jets) and others have recovered from paralysis by taking Sygen treatments within the first 50 days of their injuries.

Reference is made to Dr. Geisler as having said "In a small pilot study. Seven of the 16 people given Sygen improved from near total paralysis to being able to walk after one year."

Sygen apparently works by improving the ability of nerves to remain alive after injury and makes surviving nerves better able to function, but has not yet been approved by the FDA.



Ibogaine is a naturally occurring psychoactive substance found in plants in the Apocynaceae family such as Tabernanthe iboga, Voacanga africana and Tabernaemontana undulata. A psychedelic with dissociative properties, the substance is banned in some countries; in other countries it is used by proponents of psychedelic therapy to treat addiction to methadone, heroin, ethanol, cocaine, nicotine, methamphetamine, anabolic steroids, and other drugs. Ibogaine is also used to treat depression and post traumatic stress disorder. Derivatives of ibogaine that lack the substance's psychedelic properties are under development.


No withdrawals or cravings are associated with this drug.


The side effects include severe hallucinations and at least one death is affliated with the use of Ibogaine.


The FDA has approved human studies with Ibogaine.




This FDA  Approved drug can reverse the effects of an heroin overdose in seconds.




Heart disease:

There is a misconception spread among many people that coconut oil is not good for heart health. This is because it contains a large quantity of saturated fats. In reality, coconut oil is beneficial for the heart. It contains about 50% lauric acid, which helps in actively preventing various heart problems like high cholesterol levels and high blood pressure. The saturated fats present in coconut oil are not harmful as you commonly find in vegetable oils. Coconut oil does not lead to increase in LDL levels, and it reduces the incidence of injury and damage to arteries and therefore helps in preventing atherosclerosis.

Skin care:

Coconut oil is an excellent massage oil for the skin as well. It acts as an effective moisturizer on all types of skin, including dry skin. The benefit of coconut oil on the skin is comparable to that of mineral oil. Fortunately, unlike mineral oil, there is no chance of having any adverse side effects on the skin from the application of coconut oil. Coconut oil therefore is a safe solution for preventing dryness and flaking of skin. It also delays the appearance of wrinkles and sagging of skin which normally accompany aging. Coconut oil also helps in treating various skin problems including psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and other skin infections. For that exact reason, coconut oil forms the base ingredient of various body care products like soaps, lotions, and creams that are used for skin care. Coconut oil also helps in preventing premature aging and degenerative diseases due to its well-known antioxidant properties.

Weight loss:

Coconut oil is very useful for weight loss; including belly fat. It contains short and medium-chain fatty acids that help in taking off excessive weight. It is also easy to digest and it helps in healthy functioning of the thyroid and endocrine system. Further, it increases the body’s metabolic rate by removing stress on the pancreas, thereby burning more energy and helping obese and overweight people lose the weight. Hence, people living in tropical coastal areas, who use coconut oil every day as their primary cooking oil, are normally not fat, obese or overweight.



Extra-Virgin coconut oil is used as a preventive measure to Alzheimer's disease and there have been reports that Alzheimer's patients have become more lucid after ingesting it.




If you have high blood sugar, prior to eating dinner. Submerge two cinnamon sticks in a cup of hot water (similar to tea). After you finish drinking this cinnamon tea, take a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. These two methods are highly successful in bringing your blood sugar down.




In 1986, 27-year-old Cathy Comora visited her ophthalmologist after having some minor vision problems. She was horrified when her doctor told her she had optic neuritis, a severe inflammation of the optic nerve. Cathy was told she would probably go blind.

“It was a very frightening experience. He said I wouldn’t want to run out right away and buy a white cane, but it’s very serious and I was scared. I mean, I suddenly realized that there is a possibility that I could go blind.”

Since there is no known cure for the disease, Cathy chose to look for an alternative treatment. She found a doctor who was familiar with the mysterious methods of a man named Edgar Cayce.

Cayce's methods were applied and Cathy 's vision was restored to 20/20.


Cayce's young son suffered temporary blindness when dark room chemicals exploded in his face. Cayce was able to restore his vision as well; using the same diagnosis prescribed to Cathy Comora above.


Cayce once gave a reading on a blind man, a musician by profession, who regained part of his vision in one eye through following the physical suggestions given by Cayce.


Cayce's clients also included a number of famous people such as President Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Edison, Irving Berlin, and George Gershwin.


As a humble individual full of self-doubts, Cayce never profited from his mystic gift. He read the Bible every day, taught Sunday School, and helped others only when asked. Many did ask, and over the years he produced readings that diagnosed health problems, prescribed dietary regimens, dealt with psychic disorders, and predicted future events such as wars, earthquakes, and changes in governments.


Edgar Cayce's diagnoses for a variety of illnesses are stored at the "Edgar Cayce Association For Research & Enlightment," in Virginia Beach (pictured above). The address is: 215 67th Street at Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA. (757) 428-3588.

To read more about Edgar Cayce, please click the following link: The Edgar Cayce Story




In 1965, Oscar winning actress Patricia Neal, 39, was pregnant and bathing her youngest daughter when she suffered multiple strokes which left her in a coma, blind and paralyzed on the left side of her body.


Against all expectations, Neal not only survived but she recovered control over her body and regained her sight.  Her unborn child also survived.  She also recovered her speech.


She credited her recovery to the dedication and determination of her husband, writer Roald Dahl (Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Matilda & James And The Giant Peach, etc).


Dahl hired three top notch physical therapists and checked Neal into a military hospital where she swam, did exercises and physical therapy around the clock.  It was a rigourous recovery regime created by Dahl and it also helped that he was familiar with brain trauma.


Dahl nursed Neal back to complete health.


Within 3 months she could walk and talk.


Neal never suffered another stroke.


Sidney Shelton's book "A Stranger In The Mirror," is loosely based on Patricia Neal overcoming massive strokes.  The book character Toby becomes the most popular comedian in the world. After he marries Jill, he suffers a massive stroke and Jill nurses him back to complete health.




Allegedly, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be prevented with chinese silver balls. Rotate the balls in your right and left palm each day for 30 minutes.


Celebrity Lisa "Left Eye," Lopes (of TLC) was in contact with Dr. Sebi (pictured above) and he allegedly acted as her medical guru up until her death.  To watch a video detailing Dr. Sebi's cures, click on his above image.


Numerous celebrities are now using the teachings of Patrick Delves to lead a healthier lifestyle.  Click on his above image to watch a video on Delves healthy living teachings.





Augusto Odone and wife Michaela, (pictured above) refused to accept the fatal diagnosis of their son, Lorenzo (second photo). Despite having no medical knowledge or experience, they rolled up their sleeves and researched night and day to find a cure for their dying son, afflicted with ALD. Through dogged determination, they were successful when they developed a cure that stopped the progression of ALD. This cure has saved thousands of children over the years. Both parents received honorary medical degrees from University's across the country for their discovery.

Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte starred in the movie based on this true story.




Augusto Odone and wife Michaela Teresa Murphy Odone are the parents of Lorenzo Odone (b. 1978), a child afflicted with the illness adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD). They became famous for discovering a treatment for their son's "incurable" illness, and this quest was immortalized in the film "Lorenzo's Oil."

Lorenzo Odone, at five years old, was an intelligent and lively child. He had command of three languages and had spent three years of his life in the Comoros Islands in East Africa. In December of 1983, five months before his sixth birthday his behavior began to change. At school he became disruptive and began to throw tantrums for apparently no reason at all. Concerned, Lorenzo's teachers notified his parents, Augusto and Michaela Odone. They then had Lorenzo tested for a variety of things, including psychological and neurological explanations. Finally, Easter weekend of 1984, one month before his sixth birthday, the Washington Children's Hospital gave a diagnosis.

Lorenzo had a rare disease known as Adrenoleukodystrophy or ALD.

At the time of Lorenzo's diagnosis, ALD was a recently-identified disease, that had only been named ten years earlier. Very little was known about it at that time, except that the victims were usually young (5-10 years old) boys, who would gradually become mute, deaf, unable to move, and blind, among other horrifying symptoms, typically including death within two years.

Augusto and Michaela refused to accept the hopelessness afforded to them, and fought to find a treatment for their son's potentially fatal disease, clashing time after time with stubborn doctors, skeptical specialists, and unhelpful support groups. Through long hours of research and study, the Odone's, who had had no previous medical background, came up with a treatment to stop the progression of the disease. This treatment revolved around the consumption of a specially-prepared oil, which became known as "Lorenzo's oil."

The Odone's had an important role both in developing Lorenzo's oil and in setting up the Myelin Project, which promotes and carries out research on ALD and other similar disorders. Michaela also insisted on continuing to treat her incapacitated son as a human being and not a 'vegetable.' Eventually, their story was made into the 1992 film "Lorenzo's Oil," with Augusto being played by Nick Nolte and Michaela being played by Susan Sarandon, who through her involvement with the movie became the spokesperson of the Myelin Project.

A poem Michaela wrote about Lorenzo was also put to song by Phil Collins. Called "Lorenzo," it was featured on his 1996 album, Dance into the Light.

Augusto currently continues to work as an activist, but Michaela died in June 2000 from lung cancer.

As of 2006, Lorenzo is still alive and celebrated his 28th birthday. He remains almost totally paralyzed but is, according to his father, Augusto, "holding his own." Lorenzo cannot see, speak or move on his own. He communicates by wiggling his fingers and blinking his eyes. His mind is intact and he continues to enjoy music and having people read to him. He lives with his father in Virginia and is cared for by nurses and family friend, Oumouri Hassane

Update: Sadly, Lorenzo Odone (above) died peacefully at the family home in 2008. He was 30.


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