Problem: Traditional medicine’s attitude and track record indicate that if you walk in the door with cancer, you are most likely going to walk out of the door with roughly the same initial therapy that 95 percent of the other cancer patients with that particular cancer receive. Possibly your oncologist may try to use what works best against your cancer through the use of trials. Killing cancer cells is a tough business. Healthy cells are killed along with the cancer cells. Many traditional medical treatments actually degrade the body’s immune system. Many cancer patients do not die from cancer, but from the side effects from chemotherapy, radiation treatments, or from malnutrition.
Solution: Individuals respond differently to their disease and therefore respond differently to treatments. The physicians at New Hope Medical Centers acknowledge this and treat every patient differently. Each patient’s history, medical records, symptoms, and medical tests are studied and are given a protocol to meet their needs. New Hope’s focus is on building and increasing the body’s immune system. Finding the patient’s balance is very important when someone has cancer. As you work with cancer, you should not “tear down the body” without “building the body up”. It is very important to keep a good balance. The treatments aim to restore the natural regulatory, repair and defense mechanisms of our cancer patients and those suffering from conditions such as Hepatitis, Multiple Sclerosis, Lou Gehrigs Disease (ALS) and many other chronic degenerative diseases.
Problem: Traditional treatment can weaken the patient’s immune system and thus lessen chances for survival. Many traditional treatments lower the immune system, lowers the patient’s blood values, thus weakening the patients overall health. The patient may become dehydrated from vomiting or diarrhea. Finding medical balance is critical when treating cancer. Early and Late Stage cancer patients need to focus on their body’s immune system to increase their chance of survival.
Cancer staging involves the process of describing the spread of cancer from the site of origin. A patient’s cancer stage is based on the primary tumor’s size and location in the body and whether the cancer has spread to other areas of the body.
Early Stage Patients: Traditional medicine’s attitude and track record indicate that if you walk in the door with lung cancer, you are most likely going to walk out the door with roughly the same initial therapy that 95 percent of the other lung cancer patients are getting. Then possibly your oncologist may try to use what works best against your cancer through trials.
Occasionally, the doctor may say, “Lets’ wait and see in 3 months”. Never wait and see! Cancer cells do not take a day off or sleep when you do. Instead cancer continues to grow, whether fast or slow growing, 24 hours a day. Do not wait and see yourself go from early stage to late stage. Please be pro-active.
Late Stage: Traditional medicine has done most of what can be done. The cancer has progressed. Treatment becomes more severe and hope wanes. Or, the patient has been told “There is nothing more to offer. Go home and get your affairs in order.”
Solution: At New Hope Medical Centers we see Early Stage patients and Late Stage patients through different eyes. Every patient gets their own individualized protocol! No two people are alike and no cancers are the same.
Early Stage Patients: The physicians and staff at New Hope Medical Centers concentrate on building the immune system while fighting cancer. Because of the debilitating affect standard treatments have on the body, increasing the body’s immune system helps the body deal with standard protocols. Thus the proper combination of traditional treatment and New Hope Medical Centers protocols increase the patient’s chance of survival!