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Here are the most widely used alternative treatments that are offered in the clinics (some you can also do from home):

Auriculotherapy

Auriculotherapy

What is Auriculotherapy?   Auricular Therapy or Auriculotherapy, also known as auricular acupoint pressure or ear stimulation, is a way of diagnosing and treating ailments

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Bemer Tharapy

Bemer Therapy

What is Bemer Treatment?   Bio-Electro-Magnetic-Energy-Regulation or BEMER device employs a low-level pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF), to mimic and increase electromagnetic energy while increasing blood

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BioMagnetic Therapy

Biomagnetic Therapy

Biomagnetic therapy uses the power of magnets and magnetic fields to improve a person’s health and treat certain medical conditions. It is also sometimes referred

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Body_ Code

Body Code

What is Body Code? Our bodies, as suggested by Nobel Prize Laureate Carlo Rubbia, consist overwhelmingly of energy, with only one billionth being physical matter.

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Brainspotting

Brainspotting

What is Brainspotting Therapy (BSP)?   Brainspotting treatment is a complementary therapy that uses “spots” in a person’s visual field to aid in processing trauma,

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Budwig Protocol for Cancer

Budwig Protocol

What is Budwig?   The Budwig protocol is an anticancer diet that was invented by Dr. Johanna Budwig in the 1950s. Dr. Budwig was a

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Chelation

Chelation

What is Chelation?   Chelation is an FDA-approved therapy for the safe elimination of toxic heavy metals from the body. During the chelation treatment, the

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Coffee Enema

Coffee Enema

What Is a Coffee Enema?   A Coffee enema is a special type of enema that is done with the purpose of removing toxins from

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Colon Hydrotherapy

Colon Hydrotherapy

What is Colon Hydrotherapy?   Colonic hydrotherapy has been used for thousands of years and is still used in clinics worldwide. It’s a completely natural

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Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is a localized treatment that aims to freeze cancer cells. The cold temperature is achieved through the usage of liquid nitrogen or argon gas. 

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The Effects of Curcumin on Cancer

Curcumin

Curcumin, the principal component of turmeric, is recognized for its potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Extensively studied for its potential therapeutic effects in cancer treatment,

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CyberKnife

Cyberknife

What is the Cyberknife Radiosurgery?   The CyberKnife System is a minimally invasive treatment for malignant and non-cancerous tumors and other conditions requiring radiation therapy. 

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Dichloroacetate

DCA (Dichloroacetate)

What is Dichloroacetate?   DCA / Dichloroacetate is a drug that has been considered for different conditions such as anti-diabetic, brain and heart conditions, and

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dmso

DMSO

Dimethyl sulfoxide is a naturally occurring liquid substance derived from trees that is created as a by-product of paper production. In the medical realm, researchers

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Electrochemotherapy

Electrochemotherapy

What is Electrochemotherapy?   Electrochemotherapy is a combination of chemotherapy with an electric pulse. Its main use is to make chemotherapy more effective. The electric

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Enzymatic Therapy

Enzymatic therapy

What is Enzymatic Therapy?   Using natural systemic enzymes to destroy cancer cells and decrease tumors in patients is called “enzymatic cancer treatment and therapy.” 

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Erbitux

Erbitux

This is an FDA-approved medication for head-and-neck cancers and colorectal cancer that has spread to other regions of the body.   Who is Eligible for

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ewot

EWOT

Exercise with Oxygen Therapy uses light exercise to oxygenate the patient’s bloodstream. Cancer cells thrive in oxygen-depleted conditions and cannot survive in oxygen-rich environments.  During

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gcmaf

GcMAF

GcMAF is a vitamin D-binding protein. The name GcMAF is short for Glycoprotein Macrophage Activating Factor and is what is scientifically referred to as a

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gerson therapy

Gerson Diet Therapy

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Aside from traditional cancer treatments, there are many alternative natural therapies that patients have found

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Glutothione

Glutathione

Glutathione is a sulfur-containing compound that is an effective natural antioxidant found in the body.  Being a natural detoxifier, it is capable of removing free

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Gonzalez Protocol

The Gonzalez Protocol® is a non-toxic nutritional enzyme therapy developed for cancer patients and those with degenerative diseases. Rooted in the pioneering work of Dr.

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HIPEC procedure cancer treatment

HIPEC Procedure

What is HIPEC?   HIPEC stands for Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy. It’s a cancer treatment that pumps heated chemotherapy drugs into the abdomen. Cancer Patients get

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Hormone -Therapy

Hormone Therapy

What is Hormone Therapy?   Hormone therapy is a cancer treatment that slows or stops the growth of cancers that rely on hormones to grow. 

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hyperbaric chamber chipsa hospital

Hyperbaric Chamber

What is Hyperbaric (Oxygen) Therapy? All cells, including cancer cells, require oxygen for growth. For many years, doctors turned away from any type of oxygen

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Hyperthermia machine Oasis of Hope

Hyperthermia

You may have heard of the condition Hyperthermia, when the body reaches an abnormally high body temperature caused by a failure of the heat-regulating mechanisms

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Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy

What is Immunotherapy?   Immunotherapy is a cancer treatment that relies on the patient’s immune system to combat the disease. Immunotherapy can help the immune

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lymphatic massage

Lymphatic Massage

The lymph system is one of the body’s protective mechanisms against potentially harmful materials, abnormal cells or pathogens as well as produces white blood cells

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Metronomic Chemotherapy

Metronomic Chemotherapy

What is Metronomic Chemotherapy? Metronomic chemotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that involves giving lower, more frequent doses of chemotherapy drugs over an extended

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Mistletoe / Iscador / Helixor

Mistletoe Therapy

Mistletoe: Can it Help Treat Cancer? How Do I Take It? Mistletoe is one of the most widely studied complementary and alternative medicines for cancer.

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Myers-Coctail

Myers’ Cocktail

A Myers’ cocktail is intravenous (IV) therapy that can help with a number of chronic conditions, including asthma, chronic fatigue, migraines, fibromyalgia, and even cancer. It

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Neural Therapy -Procaine

Neural Therapy (Procaine) 

What is Neural therapy   This is a treatment method that involves injecting local anesthetics (mainly Procaine) into scars, peripheral nerves, autonomic ganglia, trigger points,

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NK/LAK Cell Vaccines

Natural Killer (NK) and Lymphokine-Activated Killer (LAK) cells are emerging as pivotal components in the advancement of cancer immunotherapy. These integral elements of the immune

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Ozone therapy

Ozone Therapy

Cancer cells thrive off of and in inflamed and toxic areas. Ozone therapy help to detoxify the body, reduce inflammation, and trigger and boost the

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Paracentesis

Paracentesis

​​​​What is Paracentesis?   A paracentesis is a form of body fluid sampling. A slender needle is used to withdraw fluid (peritoneal fluid) from the

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Plateroti

PEMF Therapy

Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy is an alternative treatment that may be beneficial in slowing cancer growth and helping patients with pain management.  So far, studies

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Peptide_Therapy

Peptide Therapy

What is Peptide Therapy?   Peptide therapy is a treatment approach that involves replenishing the number of peptides in the body to promote cellular regrowth

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Photodynamic -Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

What is PDT?   Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses a light source and light-sensitive drugs to kill malignant and precancerous cells.  A

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Phytotherapy.

Phytotherapy

What is Phytotherapy?   Phytotherapy, often known as herbalism, uses plants or herbs as medicines to treat or prevent diseases. Phytotherapy is a science-based medical

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Regional Chemotherapy (RCT)

Regional chemotherapy (RCT)  offers significant advantages for treating certain types of solid tumors by achieving high local drug concentrations with minimal systemic side effects. This

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Rife Machine

A Rife machine is a device that emits electromagnetic waves at a low frequency to help treat cancer (as well as other conditions). The machine

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Rituxan

Rituxan

What is Rituximab?   Rituximab, often known as Rituxan, is a monoclonal antibody fighting cancer. It is a cancer treatment that works by signaling cancer

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Thalassotherapy-

Thalassotherapy

What is Thalassotherapy?   Thalassotherapy is a complementary therapy that uses the sea’s calming characteristics. The name is derived from the Greek word “thalassa,” which

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Transfer Factor

Transfer Factors

What is transfer factor?   A transfer factor is a substance extracted from a person or animal who has gained immunity (protection) against a certain

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Natural and Alternative cancer treatments that are offered at the clinics

There is a growing number of people who are choosing holistic treatments and there are hundreds of substances and natural protocols that can be utilized to fight cancer and other chronic diseases.

Some can be taken or done at-home (via supplements and such) while others require special technology or skills (such as infrared saunas, rife machines, IV treatments etc.)

The truth is there is no magic bullet. Most testimonials from people who have reaped the benefits of alternative treatments are those who have implemented a combination of: 

  • Nutrition
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Detoxification
  • Strengthening and supporting the immunity system 
  • Non-toxic treatments targeting the tumor

So how do you choose the protocol that is best for you?

When the time comes to make a decision it can be very overwhelming, especially when it is unlikely that your oncologist has sufficient information about alternative and natural medicine to share with you.

 

 

 

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