Yes, I personally met and interviewed two people in Guayaquil Ecuador who have been cured of schizophrenia and live normal lives, with minimal (1/4 tablet/daily) to no antipsychotic drugs. I am including the interviews in a documentary film I am producing ‘A Life Worth Living - Schizophrenia Alternative Treatment’ to be published at the end of this year. The 32-year-old man had catatonic schizophrenia when he was 21and had to drop out of college where he was studying electrical engineering. He was so rigid that his mother had to feed him with a spoon. He had the BEAM procedure done four years ago. Two months after the surgery on the adrenal medulla glands, he told his mother, “Mommy I feel normal now.” and he returned to the university. He is in his third year of studying Informatics. He said it took about three years to restore his normal life; it was little by little.
The 47 year old woman was told early in her illness that she would need to be institutionalized for the rest of her life. She had the BEAM (bi-lateral electrocoagulation of adrenal medulla) done when she was 40. She said that she felt born again and that her life really began at 40. She now wants to attend medical school and become a doctor. She already has a degree in psychology that she managed to get while having schizophrenia.
Both of these people had excellent family support systems but it was from meeting Dr. Jose Mackliff and the BEAM surgery, that their lives turned around. Since 2006 over 100 persons from around the world with schizophrenia have successfully eliminated schizophrenia symptoms and live normal lives.