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Medicine Infusions * Vitamin C infusions and alternative medicine are only administered with the advice and guidance of open-minded doctors truly committed to patient wellbeing. They are used in addition to standard treatments. keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right Shalom had learned how intravenous vitamin C treatment could ease the painful, life-taking side effects of chemotherapy, as well as improve the quality of patients’ lives and prolong life expectancy. He also learned that insurances didn’t cover the treatment. Not only did he pay the IVC treatments of all patients in the facility around him, he instructed his family to introduce and pay for alternative medicine* through Aid L’Shalom. Today, we subsidize treatment costs accordingly. Treatment Tranquility Aid L’Shalom helps cancer patients obtain access to every type of medical treatment available, regardless of insurance coverage or cost. Treatments not covered by insurance can be extremely cost-prohibitive. Aid L’Shalom believes that life and death should not be determined by one’s ability to pay. Some of the treatments include, but are not limited to:
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Vitamin C infusions Administered by oncologists in conjunction with chemotherapy treatments. Vitamin C treatments are becoming standard practice in some hospitals but are not yet covered by insurance. These treatments have been shown to mitigate the side effects of chemotherapy and help patients retain their strength in order to more effectively fight the disease. Donate Now keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right keyboard_arrow_right Integrative and
Holistic Program

Aid L’Shalom believes in combining the power of conventional medication with holistic treatments in order to give patients the best possible treatment plan.
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Sensitivity Lab
keyboard_arrow_left keyboard_arrow_right The new premises will also house a state-of-the-art cancer treatment sensitivity laboratory. Here doctors will obtain live biopsies of our patients’ tumors, test a number of different drugs, and gauge the tumors’ response to treatment.

The potential impact of this lab is remarkable: It could save months of unsuccessful treatment by identifying, which one works from the start. This will help doctors prescribe an ideal treatment course that is timely and effective, saving countless lives.

Shalom Neuman's life was lived in the service of others.

The legacy he left his children is to look outside of one’s own needs, to step up, and to make a difference. Shalom was not defined by his financial success, he did everything he could for the benefit of others. Whether opening his home to multitudes of guests, helping found the community of Tosh, or starting an organization to help the poor of Eretz Yisroel, and more. Shalom’s life was defined by the people he worked tirelessly to help.

When he got sick and the doctors told him that he had only a few weeks to live, Shalom searched for treatment that could prolong his life. When he found the restorative and FDA approved Vitamin C infusions he realized this, and other similar treatments had to be made available to all Jewish patients, regardless of their ability to pay. With the help of Hashem, the Vitamin C infusions gave him nearly three additional years of life. Those were not years spent weak and in bed, rather years he was able to hold his grandchildren and dance at their weddings. His last wish was for an organization to be founded to help others who struggled as he did. In his memory, his family founded Aid L’Shalom. A fitting testament to a truly remarkable individual.

Call Us: (845) 208-2618
Call Devorie Neuman: (347) 831-9295
Call Gitti Klein: (347) 631-6986
Email: info@aidlshalom.com
Address: 2330 Eastchester Road 3rd floor. Bronx, NY 10469

AID L'SHALOM is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; EIN 37-1759391.
Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.