Presenting the latest addition to our Integrative Cancer Therapy Program: an updated module designed with practicality in mind. We recognize that many program participants are not oncologists, so our focus has been on delivering content that non-oncologists can readily grasp and apply as complementary measures to the standard of care.
In recent years, there has been an abundance of new research exploring the connection between diet and cancer. This updated module delivers the latest scientific takeaways and introduces evidence-based dietary protocols for cancer patients. In addition, the course covers IV therapies tailored to cancer patients and relevant laboratory testing, including circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) analysis — a powerful tool for early cancer detection and recurrence monitoring.
Further, this module delves into a range of adjunctive interventions, including psychedelic therapies, repurposing medications and supplements, heat therapy, photodynamic therapy, and more. Exciting, emerging new concepts will also be discussed, including the newfound role of iron and copper in cancer progression and how to leverage this connection during treatment.
Bringing all of these concepts together, the final portion of this module centers on developing integrative cancer therapy protocols that are readily applicable in your practice.