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Treatment Philosophy

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Treatment Philosophy

Our philosophy at Cancer Center for Healing is to preserve our patients’ dignity and quality of life through non-invasive integrative treatments. At Cancer Center For Healing we shy away from the toxic aspects of conventional medicine by using drugs and surgery only when such intervention is really necessary. None of our treatments have negative effects on your life. We focus on therapies that support the body’s innate defenses and healing mechanisms by determining the root cause of your cancer. We combine those treatments with advanced integrative medical protocols that not only reduce the adverse side effects but actually make the conventional approaches work more effectively.

Cancer prevention is priceless which is why we are one of the very few integrative centers that offer pre-screening for cancer. Cancer Center For Healing works with you as a team to combat your cancer even in its beginning stages, while changing your lifestyle so you can achieve success. We treat the patient with the disease and not the disease of the patient.

Cancer cells are difficult to destroy. They are quick to adapt to toxic environments, they readily alter themselves to assure their continued survival and they utilize biological mechanisms to promote cellular immortality. All these factors make cancer an extremely difficult disease to treat. It is impossible to design a single cancer treatment that is effective against all types of cancers. For this reason, Cancer Center for Healing has developed Integrative Regulatory Therapy (IRT). IRT is a combination of integrative and conventional cancer treatments designed to shrink primary tumors, slow the growth of tumors and eliminate cancer cells that have spread (metastasized) to other parts of your body. At the same time, Integrative Regulatory Therapy protects your normal healthy cells, boosts your immune system, blocks the angiogenic process that supports cancer growth, and minimizes cancer-induced cachexia (muscle loss).

IRT is designed so it can be personalized depending on the type of cancer, stage, and physical condition of the patient. The Cancer Center for Healing board of researchers and physicians is continuously discussing how your treatment is going; they will make the necessary modifications to ensure that your therapy is effective and well-tolerated.

Your treatment plan has been developed including the IRT elements that best address your needs. These IRT elements are utilized with the intention of eliminating cancer cells, protecting healthy tissues, slowing cancer growth, and supporting you emotionally and spiritually. Let us share with you what the Cancer Center for Healing difference is by giving you an overview of IRT by breaking down each of the treatment components:

  • Oxidative Preconditioning
  • Cytotoxic Treatments
  • Cell Signal Transduction Therapy
  • Redox Regulatory Therapy
  • Immune Stimulation
  • Diet & Exercise
  • Emotional Support
  • Spiritual Support

What We Do Differently

The cancer treatments offered at Cancer Center for Healing are personalized, integral and integrative, permanent and dynamic. Our team of experienced medical staff will provide comprehensive care to support you physically, emotionally, and spiritually. We encourage all of our patients to take an active role in the healing process.

We search globally for effective treatments – no need to travel out of the country anymore!

The choice of treatment will depend upon the type of cancer, how much it has spread, and the physical condition of the patient.

The protocols offered at Cancer Center for Healing can be modified as needed to ensure that they are well tolerated by the patient and that they are the most appropriate regimens for the tumor type. Patients who prefer to avoid chemotherapy can be treated with integrative and complementary cancer treatments.

Cancer Center for Healing doctors do their best to inform patients of the potential benefits and risks associated with the therapeutic protocols that they recommend, and it is ultimately the patient who decides whether a protocol is implemented.

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