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40% of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lifetime. Integrative cancer therapy is sought after and supported by more and more doctors in the medical community.
According to the American Cancer Society, a substantial number of cancers could be prevented by nutrition support, immune regulation, lifestyle modification, detoxification, and hormone balancing. These methods can slash the chances of receiving a devastating diagnosis. Battling cancer using cutting edge holistic therapies can help you win the fight and support you to keep cancer from coming back.
Conventional cancer therapy has its place and its limits, one of those limits is the fear of severe side effects. Many patients are looking toward complementary and alternative care in cancer treatment to help with these frightening side effects. 65% of those diagnosed with cancer have used complementary medicine to minimize side effects of traditional cancer treatments successfully.
Balance between the two systems of conventional and holistic treatments is the key to beating your cancer. Conventional care includes chemotherapy, radiation, and medication. Holistic therapies such as dietary changes, nutritional supplements, detoxification support, and intravenous nutrient therapy such as cancer-fighting high-dose vitamin C can help ease some of the worst symptoms and side effects including nausea, fatigue, insomnia, and anxiety. Naturopathic treatments can help reduce risk of recurrence. Genetic specific nutritional recommendations or nutrigenomics therapy offers specificity and supplement selection tailored to you.
Intravenous therapies, mistletoe, homeopathy, and nutrition are the crux of the Naturopathic Advantage Oncology Program.
Liposome-encapsulated curcumin: In vitro and in vivo effects on proliferation, apoptosis, signaling, and angiogenesis
The effect of intravenous vitamin C on cancer- and chemotherapy-related fatigue and quality of life
Vitamin C: Intravenous Use by Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practitioners and Adverse Effects
Vitamin C Pharmacokinetics: Implications for Oral and Intravenous Use
Emerging roles of mistletoes in malignancy management
Vitamin C pharmacokinetics: implications for oral and intravenous use