Technological advances are fueling research into cancer treatment alternatives that would spare patients the grueling side effects associated with chemotherapy. One recent development reported is using nanorobots to attack cancer cells in mice. While EuroMed Foundation encourages research, it’s also important that patients choose advanced alternative options such as insulin potentiation therapy (IPT) for cancer treatment.
South Korean scientists are studying what they say will be a less harmful alternative to chemotherapy using salmonella germs engineered to find cancer cells, then release cancer-fighting drugs. The ongoing research has a ways to go before it can be approved for use on humans, but the nanorobot cancer treatment technology is already patented in the U.S., Japan, and Europe.
Although the nanorobot research may be promising, there are countless other untested alternative cancer treatments being advertised. Unfortunately, patients diagnosed with cancer who seek alternatives to aggressive chemotherapy are often in a vulnerable position during their search and are ready to try just about anything.
It’s vital that patients consult with a qualified doctor when researching cancer treatment alternatives and recognize that viable and effective therapies such as IPT are available. IPT is just part of the holistic approach to cancer treatment we offer at EuroMed Foundation. The foundation’s highly trained medical team utilizes The George Protocol alternative cancer treatment, founded by Frank W. George, D.O., M.D.(H)