Generally been very healthy and never had many issues; never smoked, drank very little alcohol, and had an infinite amount of physical energy — and also profound mental capacities. He ate healthy and got plenty of sleep. And yet, he had symptoms of fatigue and lower mental capacity — even though conventional blood test results returned normal.
Liza discusses her rare eye disorder, Anatara’s personalized care approach to health versus her experience with standardized care, and her progress since coming to Anatara Medicine.
As an athlete for his whole life and a thirst for knowledge on biohacking and metabolic health, weight training, zone2 training, yoga, cold plunging, and watching his diet, Devon never thought he would get bladder cancer. The hospital said that if left untreated, he would have two years to live. And if he did the “gold standard” of cancer care (chemo, removing the entire bladder and prostate, refashion a new bladder out of his intestine, and more chemo) he would have a 50/50 chance to live five years. After a lot of research on solutions, he came across Dr. Ann Lee at Anatara Medicine, and everything changed.
I have continued care with Anatara Medicine because it is making a positive difference in my life. My vital life force has returned. My memory is restored. I can function again. I am more pleasant to be with since receiving treatment. I have energy. I laugh more. I am getting more engaged with friends and family. I look forward to getting together with people and doing things again.
Jim’s wife suffered with stage 4 cancer and Jim suffered from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). After seeing countless doctors and specialists, Jim was pointed to Dr. Herskowitz at Anatara Medicine. It was here where through testing, treatments, unique care, and planning, he and his wife’s lives were changed.
The care you get after cancer diagnosis and treatment can change your life. Read how Richard’s proactive approach worked for him.
Uterine cancer care at Anatara and the results have been dramatic. My pet scan resulted in “no evidence of metastatic disease”!