I took a quick look. My first impressions:
1. Cancer Therapy China is a medical tourism company. They offer a number of cancer treatments that are not available outside of China. They say it right here:
http://www.cancertherapychina.com/index … Itemid=120
Many of our treatments are not fully available in other developed countries, offering China a unique leading advantage. We work with hospitals that provide a systematic combination of the following treatments to combat cancer:
In other words, you have to travel to China as a tourist in order to receive some of these treatments.
2. Gendicine is a viral gene therapy developed by Chinese company Sibiono:
The company got approval to use this therapy in China in 2003, but only for one type of cancer: head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
An article in the Nature magazine (year 2004):
China approves first gene therapy
http://www.nature.com/nbt/journal/v22/n … 104-3.html
An article in the Business Week magazine (year 2006):
A Cancer Treatment You Can't Get Here
http://www.businessweek.com/stories/200 … t-get-here
Sibiono looks like a serious company doing serious research. The question I have, is Gendicine approved anywhere in the world outside of China? I could not find any information. I will do more research later. My guess as of right now, Gendicine is only approved in China. Meaning that, you have to travel to China to receive this treatment.