Fractionated Chemotherapy + Biological Response Modifier (FCBRM) for Cancer Treatment in California
What is Fractionated Chemotherapy + Biological Response Modifier (FCBRM)?
Used by integrative physicians worldwide since the 1930s, FCBRM is an advantageous protocol that utilizes insulin to make cancer cells more sensitive and receptive to chemotherapy agents.
This in turn allows medical practitioners to administer lower chemotherapy doses, reduce toxicity levels, and preserve the patient’s quality of life, all without compromising treatment results.
The type of agent used depends on the outcome of the patient’s results from RGCC testing. Insulin is used as cancer cells have 10x more insulin receptors than a regular cell and therefore will attract the glucose and chemotherapy drugs. Only a 10% dose is used because FCBRM treatment targets the cancer cells.
How Does FCBRM Work?
Have you heard of our low-dose Fractionated Chemotherapy + Biological Response Modifier called FCBRM? FCBRM can prove massively beneficial in lieu of traditional chemo treatments. During this treatment, patients are given insulin, along with reduced doses of chemotherapy. Used by integrative physicians worldwide since the 1930s, FCBRM helps utilize insulin to make cancer cells more sensitive and receptive to chemotherapy agents.
This method has almost none of the usual side effects of chemotherapy, such as nausea and hair loss, so it is appealing to individuals who recognize their need for treatment but want to conduct it in a more gentle manner. It has been reported to work well with many types of cancers. In fact, some physicians have reported how FCBRM helps patients with very challenging cancers. Patients should know, however, that each individual is different and responds to treatments in different ways. FCBRM cancer treatment is administered through an IV, the same way as conventional chemotherapy. Patients begin the process by relaxing in a comfortable reclining chair and the treatment may take between 60 – 90 minutes. Once the insulin is given, chemotherapy drugs are then applied in small doses.
This in turn allows medical practitioners to reduce toxicity levels and helps preserve the patient’s quality of life, all without compromising treatment results.
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