Cancer Treatment Support
A New Paradigm
The War on Cancer was declared by President Nixon in December 1971. Since that time we have learned a lot about cancer yet we have made very little progress in the goal of preventing and treating cancer.
There are many aspects to consider when approaching cancer and it's causes. If you look at cancer as a "Chronic Disease" which usually has a cause that stems from a deficiency, a toxicity, and or a genetic predisposition then you immediately have tools to consider in treatment.
The traditional allopathic treatment of cancer is chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation which of course are all reactive. These treatments have their place but they are obviously not the entire answer to the problem at hand.
However, if we can combine these treatments with science based treatments that support the body, enhance traditional treatment protocols, improve quality of life, and lengthen life span; that could be the beginning of expanding our search for the cure of cancer.
High dose intravenous vitamin C "is a well-tolerated, very cost-effective treatment, and it may significantly improve patient outcomes." (Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Iowa; March 2017)
Supportive Treatments offered here!
High Dose IV Vitamin C (HDIVC)
LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone)
High Dose Melatonin
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Obviously the earlier we are able to strengthen your body's immune system the greater success (see an example of an optimal protocol below) that you will have in any treatment. We have worked with patients going through Chemotherapy, Radiation, and Surgery. We understand what can and should be done before, during, and after each of these therapies. Much of what can be done depends upon the types of chemo and or radiation utilized. We will review your case individually and lay out a plan to optimize your treatments.
We have also worked with several types of cancer's of patients that refuse standard of care protocols. We are here to support you in your choices and empower you in making the right decisions for you. Many times just understanding your options is a big relief since there are so many voices out there.
Optimal protocol for treating cancer
Diagnosis, testing, and plan
Start Full Supportive therapies 3 - 4 weeks prior to standard of care treatments
Limited Supportive therapies with standard of care treatments
Full supportive therapies after standard of care treatments for 3 - 4 weeks
Reassess imaging, testing, adjust plan as necessary