Frequently asked questions

Find some answers here and don't hesitate to ask as anything!

What is a Infeperium?

We believe Infeperium to be a new category of drug that may be characterized as a Biological Response Modifier and an Immunomodulator.

Is it safe?


Infeperium is one of the few, if not the only, immunomodulator that affects and modulates both the innate and adaptive immune systems, and without any negative side effects.

Does it work?


What can I expect at an appointment or treatment?

Infeperium will help you create goals for improved wellness while providing accountability and support for achieving those goals. Individual appointments are 30 minutes.

What happens if I am a new patient?

With us, you have your own dedicated concierge to answer all of your questions and provide individualized recommendations. We get to the root cause of your health concerns with our healing-from-the-inside-out approach.

What happens if I need a prescription?

It is important to have peace of mind about your Post Treatment care once you are back home to ensure the continuation of your Infeperium Protocol.

If you are a resident of the United States, is it legal for me to personally import drugs?

According to FDA, in most circumstances, it is illegal for individuals to import drugs into the United States for personal use. This is because drugs from other countries that are available for purchase by individuals often have not been approved by FDA for use and sale in the United States. For example, if a drug is approved by Health Canada (FDA’s counterpart in Canada) but has not been approved by FDA, it is an unapproved drug in the United States and, therefore, illegal to import. FDA cannot ensure the safety and effectiveness of drugs that it has not approved.

FDA, however, has a policy explaining that it typically does not object to personal imports of drugs that FDA has not approved under certain circumstances, including the following situation:
• The drug is for use for a serious condition for which effective treatment is not available in the United States;
• There is no commercialization or promotion of the drug to U.S. residents;
• The drug is considered not to represent an unreasonable risk;
• The individual importing the drug verifies in writing that it is for his or her own use, and provides contact information for the doctor providing treatment or shows the product is for the continuation of treatment begun in a foreign country; and
• Generally, not more than a 3-month supply of the drug is imported.

Insurance and Billing

Do you accept my insurance?

The Vallarta Medical Center accepts most of the internationally recognized Insurance companies with affiliate.

If this is not your case, or if you have no insurance coverage then you will be expected to pay the bill in cash or credit card 1/2 pre-treatment and the rest at the end of the treatment. The original receipt, the signed copy of the credit card bill, the medical report in English and the results of tests performed are given to you in order to be delivered to your private or state insurance for reimbursement.

An estimate of fees and costs are provided before treatment.

Do I need referral?

If you have private insurance with an affiliate, the referral can be sent from your insurance company to us by fax or e-mail. We suggest that you contact your insurance in order to obtain this referral before your visit to our offices.

If you don’t have an insurance coverage, feel free to come to our Medical Centre. The billing procedure is as explained above.

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