Our alternative cancer treatment protocol is based in part on the idea of using the body’s own immune system to help fight disease. The use of complementary therapies is a fundamental part of our overall approach to cancer treatment. It now appears that immunotherapy is beginning to become a part of more traditional cancer treatment, too.
Immunotherapy is a general term that encompasses treatments that work in different ways. Some boost the body’s immune system, while others help train the immune system to attack cancer cells specifically. Immunotherapy also works better in treating some forms of cancer than others. At EuroMed Foundation, we emphasize the use of homeopathic immune modulators called the George Protocol as part of an overall approach to treating a range of cancers. It’s a big-picture approach that includes insulin potentiation therapy as the centerpiece of treatment. The complementary therapies are just as important, including good nutrition, detoxification, and immune system support.
For decades, traditional cancer treatment has focused only on destroying cancer cells using high doses of chemotherapy that undermines the body’s immune system. That’s been changing, as noted in a recent article published by the journal Nature. In its April 2 issue, it reported that “clinical-trial successes in the past five years suggest that a new generation of (immunotherapies) has potential against several forms of cancer that resist conventional treatments.” It also said that some analysts predict that in the next 10 years, immunotherapies will be used for 60% of people with advanced cancer.
Strengthening the immune systems of our patients will continue to be part of our multi-pronged and nimble approach to treating cancer. In developing his namesake protocol, Dr. Frank George emphasized that boosting the immune system keeps cancer in check. And it seems pretty clear that decades of aggressive chemotherapy and radiation therapy treatments have failed to turn the tide against cancer.