The Care Oncology Clinic Protocol was designed to limit the ability of cancer cells to use energy (to metabolize).
The COC Protocol treats cancer cells by starving them of energy substrates. Weakening the cells makes them less resistant to radiation and chemotherapy. The COC Protocol may also create apoptosis (or "programmed death"). Cancer cells require enormous amounts of energy to survive. The COC Protocol may lower the overall metabolic rate of the cancer cell.
The COC Protocol makes Cancer cells less able and weaker to absorb and use nutrients such as glucose and essential amino acids glutamine and arginine.
Scientists created the COC Protocol for cancer patients. This multi-pronged approach is supported by peer-reviewed studies that support the efficacy and safety of specific treatments for patients with any stage or type of cancer.
The COC Protocol combines low doses of four repurposed drugs to target common pathways in cancer cells. The four drugs used in the protocol are:
The COC protocol is $2495
The price includes:
After your six-month program, you can pay $795 quarterly for follow-ups.