Heart and Stroke
Research Fund
 Heart and Stroke Research Fund   "Giving from the Heart"

The HEART AND STROKE RESEARCH FUND directs its efforts and resources towards supporting research programs, clinics, charities and hospitals that have dual programs: 1. To educate the public about the prevention and treatment of heart and stroke disease and, 2. To provide therapies for the treatment and rehabilitation of heart disease and other degenerative diseases. HSRF  acquires and ships humanitarian aid, medical supplies and equipment, as they become available, to hospitals and clinics that treat heart disease and other degenerative diseases.


The Oasis Heart Fund located in Tijuana, Mexico receives grants and support from the HEART AND STROKE RESEARCH FUND  to continue their research and help patients. The Hospital offers support to patients based on a “Total Care” approach. Developed by Dr. Contreras Sr., this method of treatment is designed to combat heart disease, cancer and other degenerative diseases, while at the same time improve the quality of life of the patient. The total care approach recognizes that a whole person has physical, mental, and spiritual needs. Nutrition, spiritual and psychological counseling, and an education program provide the foundation for the medical treatment.


Through funds provided by the HEART AND STROKE RESEARCH FUND, the Contreras group of doctors is able to continue ongoing programs of research and patient treatment. The doctors treat the patient, not the disease. They provide therapies that not only attack the heart disease, but will also equip the patient’s immune system to fight against heart disease. A special detoxification program creates the necessary environment for the body to get the best benefits. Nutrition combined with non-toxic therapies rebuild the patient’s natural defense mechanism which ultimately is the best system to restore wellness.


At the Contreras Oasis Hospital, the doctors seek out the most advanced, effective, and compassionate treatments available in the world for the treatment of patients with heart disease and other degenerative diseases. Their treatment programs are ongoing -- a take-home program is designed according to each patient's unique needs and it is monitored on a continuous basis. The programs at the Oasis Hospital are diverse and often include mega-doses of vitamins, organic foods, antioxidants, hormone therapy, neurological regenerating agents, and enzymes; all of which provide treatment for the whole patient. The HEART AND STROKE RESEARCH FUND  continues to search for ways to assist in helping individuals with heart disease to be made aware of the research and healing programs of the Oasis Hospital.


Oasis of Hope is excited to announce the opening of its newest oncology medical center in Irvine, CA (roughly 45 minutes south of LA). Oasis of Hope California is one of the world's leading institutions in the research and cancer treatments with integrative therapies, combining the best of conventional and natural cancer treatments. This unique treatment approach includes: hyperbaric oxygen, vitamin-c therapy, chemotherapy, nutritional and educational programs, and other complementary therapies.


Destiny Medical Fund is an independent, non-profit organization in the Philippines. It receives grants and support from HSRF to continue to provide hospitals, clinics and senior centers support, specifically for the purpose of treating heart disease and other degenerative diseases. Destiny Medical Fund programs provide medical assistance for hundreds of people throughout the Philippines each year. An educational TV show, “Mind and Heart” has been produced and is airing daily on Sky TV which covers all the region of Cebu Island. Thousands are educated about prevention and early detection of heart disease. Destiny Medical Fund works closely with another charity, the Golden Center, to work on heart disease related projects with their over 2000 senior citizens. HSRF will endeavor to continue its efforts to help provide valuable medical supplies to the medical facilities and clinics in this less fortunate region of the world.


HEART AND STROKE FUND continues to support The Massachusetts General Hospital Heart Center.                                       This great “research hospital” has assembled a dedicated team of cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, cardiac anesthesiologists, cardiac nurses and cardiac radiologists to provide leading cardiac care. The clinicians are some of the world’s foremost experts in diagnosing, treating and preventing heart disease. Each of the 11 condition-specific programs offers a team approach to diagnosis and treatment that involves a multidisciplinary team of physicians who specialize in a particular type of heart condition.

For more than 100 years, researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital Heart Center have conducted groundbreaking research and clinical trials to diagnose, treat and prevent heart disease.             

 Part of the largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, the Heart Center trains residents, fellows and current providers in innovative therapies every year.


International Relief Organizations such as Hope of Life network with HSRF in providing medical supplies, equipment and humanitarian aid to be used by those in need in hospitals and clinics throughout the world. The hospitals and clinics provide much-needed medical care to many of the needy and disadvantaged people of their areas; in most cases charging nothing; in other cases, charging only the minimum amount for fees needed to provide the medical care. The regions they serve are some of the over twenty targeted areas by the World Health Organization to combat various degenerative diseases such as tuberculosis, cancer, diabetes, aids and heart disease. Some diseases are spreading at epidemic rates. The lack of properly equipped medical facilities and the lack of medical supplies further contributes to the ongoing challenge of saving lives--especially the children, the elderly, and the handicapped. In addition, HSRF works closely with representatives of these agencies to help respond to their ongoing needs.

Contact: Heart and Stroke Research Fund 
a proud member of the CFC
P.O. Box 13506
Scottsdale, AZ 85267-3506

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