What Should You Know About Cancer?
Did you know…
The truth is that cancer doesn’t happen out of the blue. Statistics in the last twenty years are showing increased risks for women, approximately 1 out of 2 and for men, approximately 1 out of 3 will develop cancer within their lifetime.
What should you know?
Studies have shown numerous potential causes or origins from which cancer may develop and spread.
Contributors to Cancer Development
Here are just a few examples of contributors of a cancer diagnosis that can be readily available in medical literature, you just have to look for them:
- Diet rich in processed foods
- Glyphosate poisoning
- Mercury toxicity
- “Vitamin” D (this is actually a hormone) deficiency
- Epstein Barr virus infection
- Chronic Inflammation
- Chronic electromagnetic radiation exposure
- And more
What they are finding is that very few cancers are genetically determined.
Reviewing an extended list of potential carcinogens can be daunting. You may wonder if there is any hope for anyone to avoid developing cancer. Yet the reality is that there are many people in the world who live healthy, lengthy and productive lives well into old (chronological) age. If cancer was inevitable, why don’t they develop cancer, too?
The answer is simple. Your body naturally fights cancer – all it needs from you are the right tools to do it.
Taking the Fight to Cancer
At Anatara Medicine, we have available some of the most innovative and cutting-edge technologies in the alternative health care industry to fight cancer.
Maybe even more importantly, we have focused testing and treatment strategies to keep it from forming in the first place.
Here at Anatara, we provide individualized patient education based on each client’s unique health challenges to promote the most efficient and effective means to whole-person health.
We want to empower you. Come and see what we can do for you today.
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Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)
Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT), also known as low-dose or fractionated chemotherapy, uses insulin to make cell membranes more permeable to accept chemotherapy more effectively.
The increased receptivity of the patient’s cells to the chemotherapy allows doctors to use approximately 10-15% of the amount of chemotherapy that traditional oncologists commonly prescribe, thus decreasing the side effects of conventional chemotherapy.
Cancer Treatment Testimonial
“Anatara has given me an emotional and spiritual and technical support level that is making me optimistic about, about my outcome. My quality of life has been and will be superb. And I’m just very grateful that I found Anatara and the entire team of people who are working here…”
Types of Cancer We Treat
We treat all kinds of cancers. Here are some of the most common we see in our clinic:
- Breast Cancer
- Colon/Colo-rectal Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
- Pancreatic Cancer
- Liver Cancer
- Stage IV Cancer
- Lung Cancer
- Brain Cancer
- Thyroid Cancer
- Cervical Cancer
- Kidney Cancer
- Bladder Cancer
- Bone Cancer
Breaking Through Cancer
Cancer may be a complex, multifaceted disease, but its prevention and treatment doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
There exists a breadth of emerging knowledge and cutting-edge technologies that, unfortunately, many patients are not yet aware of. These innovative methodologies are worth exploring, as they aim to address the root causes contributing to cancer development, while simultaneously implementing gentler strategies for treating existing cancers.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer, don’t face it alone. Reach out to us today. Anatara Medicine has both the expertise and the passion to support you throughout your journey.
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- Mercury and cancer: Where are we now after two decades of research?
- The impact of vitamin D on cancer: A mini review
- New Korean Study Suggests Link Between Cell Phone Use and Brain Tumors
- Epstein-Barr Virus and Cancer
- Obesity and cancer risk: Emerging biological mechanisms and perspectives