At the EuroMed Foundation, we are here to help you to win the fight against cancer, as well as to make the changes in your lifestyle necessary to prevent recurrences in the future. Our holistic approach incorporates more than just cancer treatments; it involves helping you to improve your overall health and quality of life.
Our friendly office staff will happily assist you with any needs you have along the way on your journey to wellness. For our out of town patients, this may include assitance making travel arrangements and finding accomodations. For others, it may involve referrals to other professional services that support your treatment protocol. Whatever your needs, we are here to help. You can also click on our Links and Resources page to find more information about nutrition, health optimization, and many other topics related to alternative cancer treatment.
To find out more about how the EuroMed Foundation can help you on your road to better health, click here to request your free personal orientation online. Or you can call our office at 602-404-0400 to schedule your orientation.
There is a wealth of available information that supports our unique approach to fighting and resisting cancer. The following is a list of research papers that provide evidence that our alternative treatments for cancer are both effective and beneficial.
State of the Evidence the Connection Between Breast Cancer and the Environment, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 2008, Fifth Edition.
Conference Convened on Collaboration in Cancer CAM Research, National Cancer Institute-Complementary and Alternative Medicine News, Spring 2008, Vol 3 Issue 1.
Intravenously administered vitamin C as cancer therapy: three cases, Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2006 March 28; 174(7): 937-942.
Vitamin C Pharmacokinetics: Implications for Oral and Intravenous Use, Annuals of Internal Medicine, Vol 140, Number 7, April 6, 2004.
Insulin-induced enhancement of antitumoral response to methotrexate in breast cancer patients, Cancer Chemotherapy Pharmacology, (2004) 53: 220-224.
Vitamin C downregulates interleukin-18 production by increasing reactive oxygen intermediate and mitogen-activated protein kinase signalling in 816F10 murine melanoma cells, Melanoma Research,13(6):549-554, December 2003.
Induction of Apoptosis in Human Esophageal Cancer Cells by Sequential Transfer of the Wild-Type p53 and E2F-1 Genes: Involvement of p53 Accumulation via ARF-mediated MDM2 Down-Regulation, Clinical Cancer Research, Vol. 6, 2851-2859, July 2000.
Parenteral Vitamin C Shows Promise Again as an Anti-Cancer Agent, Chen Q, et al. Pharmacologic doses of ascorbate act as a prooxidant and decrease growth of aggressive tumor xenografts in mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105(32):11105-9.