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We use integrative and alternative cancer medicine to intelligently synthesize modern health care with the most innovative, effective, and well-researched therapies in natural medicine.

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mistletoe for cancer therapy

Think Mistletoe in Cancer

Mistletoe is a great tool in treating cancer. Yet few oncologists know of it. Many of our so-called incurable patients are greatly helped with mistletoe. It can be administered either by subcutaneous route or intravenously. Mistletoe improves quality of life, and supports people during chemo...

low dose chemotherapy

Chemo needed? Consider low dose chemo.

In the oncology world this is called metronomic chemotherapy. It consists of a lower dose than the full chemo regimen, weekly. But even this can have major side effects. However, such integrative therapies as mistletoe, IV Vitamin C, IV ALA, and a well-designed oral program...

broccoli sprouts

Prostate Cancer and Broccoli Sprouts

We likely all grew up hearing the same thing from our mother - "eat your vegetables." It turns out that mom was right. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men around the world (second after skin cancer), accounting for 28% of all new cases,...

herbs and cancer treatment

Herbs Not Contra-Indicated in Cancer

Think out of the box. Herbs are not contra-indicated in cancer. Become an active participant in your cancer care, a co-creator in your own therapies, and find an open-minded oncologist. ...

aromatase inhibitor

Aromatase Inhibitors

Aromatase Inhibitors, or AI’s, are often prescribed for women with post-menopausal estrogen positive breast cancer, to prevent overstimulation of estrogen receptors in the years after cancer treatment. I have clinically found with lab testing that these drugs can be taken twice a week and still...

vitamin d and cancer

Vitamin D and Cancer

Increasing evidence suggests that vitamin D plays a crucial role in the development of gynecological cancers. Have your blood levels checked and supplement as needed. It is often safe to take 5,000 units per day." ...

fever during chemotherapy

Fever as a Friend

Fever as Friend Fever is our friend. Fever stimulates white blood cells and other “fighter” cells to fight and destroy viruses and bacteria. Fever reduces the growth of viral replication. And fever during chemotherapy is often due to cancer cell die-off. Learn how to treat the...

high blood pressure

Covid and High Blood Pressure

COVID and High Blood Pressure. If If you are on an ACE inhibitor blood pressure drug, you are more susceptible to COVID-19 and can lead to spread of the virus in your lungs. See if your doctor can switch you to another BP drug, or...

N-acetyl cysteine

Stop Cancer Cell Growth in its Tracks with NAC

We all want to prevent cancer cell growth.  But, as you’ll soon see, Western medicine has failed to successfully address this issue. Risky surgical procedures and toxic ‘treatments’ like chemotherapy never address the underlying cause of cancer cell growth.  Fortunately, there is a growing interest in substances like...

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