Cancer Protocol

by | Jan 3, 2024 | Articles, Cancer, Conditions, Intravenous therapies

Every patient and every cancer is different, yet there are some common therapies that we have found helpful.  Our cancer protocol is simply meant to be a starting point for most patients.

Cancer Development and Treatment Goals

Read our article on Cancer Development and Treatment for general understanding of how cancer develops and goals of treatment.

Testing for Circulating Tumor Cell Information

Consider the RGCC (Greek) test for circulating tumor cell count, as well as molecular, immune, and genetic traits.  Test for sensitivities of circulating tumor and stem cells to various chemotherapy agents and/or natural supplements.

Supportive Oligonucleotide Technique

Supportive Oligonucleotide Technique (SOT) is a treatment for cancer or infections with viruses or Lyme bacteria.  Essentially SOT is the creation of a shutoff “key” that precisely fits a chosen “lock” portion of a cancer cell or pathogen.  The “lock” is a specific section of DNA that normally controls an important function of the cancer cell or pathogen.  The “key” binds to the “lock” and blocks the function thus killing the cancer cell or pathogen.  After the cancer cell or pathogen dies the SOT compound is released and travels to the next target, thus fighting the cancer or infection 24/7 for months.

Intravenous (IV) Therapies

There are several IV infusions that are helpful in treating cancer.  Consider high dose vitamin C, Poly-MVA, salicinium, turmeric or alpha-lipoic acid.

For prolonged IV therapies consider getting a special IV call “central venous catheter” inserted which can remain in place for years.  This has the advantage of being accessed without needing a needle stick for every peripheral IV.  It is also makes it possible to do IV therapies at home, saving patients lots of time and money that can be utilized for additional treatments.

Cancer Fighting Supplements

There are many plant based supplements that have evidence of benefit against cancer, either directly by killing cancer cells or indirectly by changing the “terrain” that encourages cancer growth.  We recommend those with sufficient research from peer reviewed studies and encourage you to review these by providing links for more information.  Consider high dose Melatonin.  Consider Mistletoe therapy.

Cancer Fighting Medications

Repurposed drugs for cancer, such as ivermectin, fenbendazole, metformin, and others have evidence of benefit against cancer.  Note these drugs are not FDA approved to treat cancer.  There may be only a few, or no clinical trials to date that confirm their safety and efficacy as anticancer drugs for humans.  The information in this article is for education purposes only.

Metabolic Treatment of Cancer

Short term fasting (3-5 days)

Short-Term Fasting Synergizes with Solid Cancer Therapy by Boosting Antitumor Immunity

Intermittent Fasting Combats Cancer, Reduces Toxicity of Chemotherapy: Current Research

Ketogenic diet especially combined with DCA and glutamate inhibitors

Testing for Cancer-related Markers

See our comprehensive list of cancer-related markers, which may include genetic, metabolic, toxin, digestive, infection, inflammatory, or nutrient markers.  The point of checking certain markers is to uncover the “terrain” that may increase the chance of cancer and intervene.  We may also follow markers that indicate the progression or regression of cancer.

Cancer Lifestyle Factors

Lifestyle factors have a huge impact on cancer prevention and cancer survival.  Do everything you can to implement healthy behaviors that help defeat cancer.  Our staff includes a nutritionist, health coach and yoga instructor to help you achieve lifestyle goals.  We also refer with our network of alternative and complementary practitioners.

Cancer Choices is an independent, science informed resource that can help when making choices for integrative cancer care.  

Cancer Referrals

We strongly encourage and facilitate consultations with conventional medical oncologist, radiation oncologist, and/or surgeons to enable you to make informed decisions about possible treatments.  We also facilitate consultations with providers from coast-to-coast or out of the US for specialized treatments that may not be available in your area.


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