LXM Humanitarian Foundation

Giving Hope and Extending life

The LXM Humanitarian Foundation – “Giving Hope and Extending Life” assists AMC in treating patients who do not have the funds to receive life-giving treatment.

LXMHF was specifically set up to provide hope and offer a second chance to people suffering from extremely debilitating diseases, where they were given a “death sentence” by being told that there was no further medical treatment available, or their medical treatment had failed and the patient was either sent home to die, or referred to a hospice, or told that they would have to live with their chronic disorder, as well as the pain and suffering, for the rest of their life.

AMC has witnessed many success stories, despite the fact that many of the patients were told that they cannot be cured. Patients from all walks of life and many countries throughout the world have been treated through the LXMH Foundation and AMC’s dedicated professionals.

The LXM (Life Extension Medicine) Humanitarian Foundation was established by Dr Bret Phillips and Ms Melanie Taylor in 2014, as a means to assist the hundreds and indeed thousands of unfortunate individuals who suffer from a terminal disease or severely debilitating chronic disease, by giving them hope and an opportunity to be healed, or to improve their chronic condition, or to extend their life with quality and dignity.

While The LXM Humanitarian Foundation is governed by a board of dedicated professionals, Dr Phillips is still at the helm of the Foundation’s activities. Some of the board members also work in and for AMC together with other dedicated staff members of AMC.  The LXMHF has been funded by the founders as well as benevolent individuals and corporates.

These patients desperately seek the help and financial assistance of philanthropic and benevolent individuals, organizations, charities, churches and corporations.

Donated funds, no matter how small or large, will be used to pay for the treatment programs. A patient’s treatment program can range from R5,000 – R15,000 per week and the average length of treatment is 4 – 12 weeks. If patients respond well to treatment, for example, remission, marked improvement or stabilization of their condition, then they enter the maintenance and monitoring phase of the treatment program where they come once a week or once a month for treatment and assessments, or they continue with treatment in their home towns. Donor funding will also be used for research and the development of medical devices which may assist with the treatment of these life threatening and debilitating diseases.

Activities

The Board and Committee will be responsible for assessing and vetting each candidate who has a terminal, life threatening or incurable chronic disease, to determine if they qualify for financial support for the treatment program at the Advanced Life Therapies Care International Medical Centre in Pretoria East, because of their indigent status, or inability to pay in full or part, of the essential treatment program.

The Board – Services and Duties

Mrs Patricia Rosema

Chairperson of the Board
Certified in Immuno-Virotherapy (Latvia) and previous board member of other distinguished Foundations.

Dr B Phillips

Director
Health Care Practitioner in charge of Complementary Medical treatment programs
Administrative Duties
Biotechnology and IT Consultant for research and development

Board-Members

Mr S Mfayela

Marketing (Corporate, Government, NGO’s, Churches, Private)
Fundraising

Mr Thomas Bartleman (Accountant)

Bookkeeping and Accounting Officer
Corporate Governance Officer

Sources of Financial Support

The LXM Humanitarian Foundation is registered with CIPC and has an ABSA Bank account. The Board and Committee of LXM Humanitarian Foundation occassionally embark upon an awareness and marketing programmes aimed at benevolent individuals, corporates, NGO’s, government, churches, charities and other organisations, to raise funds for the severely ill.  Organisations that have already shown interest in supporting the LXM Humanitarian Foundation include foreign embassies, private companies and private individuals.

Distribution of Assets upon dissolution of the LXM Humanitarian Foundation

Upon the dissolution of the LXM Humanitarian Foundation, the assets will be transferred to a benevolent Trust which will donate the money to a Medical Research company, Institute or organisation specialising in cancer or serious chronic disease treatment, researching all possibilities and methodologies of treatment.

Donors, funders and patients to be sponsored are welcome to visit Advanced Medical Centre in either Pretoria or Dainfern to discuss funding and treatments available.