Cancer is a multifaceted disease and should be approached from various angles.  Remember a  disease is a warning ( collection of signs and symptoms) highlighting a breakdown in the normal physiology.  Cancer is one of the last stages of a body’s breakdown.  Many other imbalances and manifestations would have been  apparent beforehand.   Healing is a process too.  You need to  understand that we can’t get rid of cancers with single anti-cancer medication, it tends to be a  combination of approaches and we may need to change those medications after a period of time.


 Do not place unreasonable or unrealistic time frames for healing, your body needs time to heal.  It is important that you follow through with your treatment plans. Your mainstream doctors may  discourage you from taking the medications or following the treatment plans prescribed but your confidence in your clinical advisors and a positive attitude to your health must prevail.  The knowledge and the increased understanding of the available treatments may help you in your resolve.


 Our goal is to combine the best of science and nature, modern knowledge and ancient healing   wisdom, in order to transform disease, restore healthy function and quality of life.  After reasonably assessing a patient’s case, if we feel that we aren’t progressing with treatments in a positive manner, we are more than happy to refer you to another practitioner or clinic that may have a    better chance of effecting a cure. 

None of us has a guarantee for tomorrow.  Even if the disease is not eradicated and recovery is not possible, healing and wholeness may still unfold.  One of the unexpected bonuses of cancer is that it frequently allows people time to look at the precious things in life, their senses are sharpened – colors look richer, they become more active and adventurous in life.  No doubt there are obstacles (both for the patient and the caregiver), but through it all, they learn to love life, appreciate the small things and value themselves and each other even more.

The success of our therapies doesn’t usually depend upon the type of tumor that our patients have, but instead upon their individual reactions to our treatments, and most of all, upon their will to live and their discipline.


Integrated cancer care is a rapidly evolving field and incorporating an ever expanding variety of novel and scientific methods of addressing the unique differences between normal cell’s and cancer cell’s behaviors.  Cancer cells have inherent weaknesses and it is the aim of metabolic treatment to exploit those ‘weak spots’. 

We hope that we have been able to provide uplifting ideas and positivity in an area so often considered to be scary and final.   We hope that we have empowered you to take control of your future.


When you get a glimpse of how fragile life can be, you begin to appreciate and embrace it a lot more  


Take Time


Take time to think...

it is the source of power.

Take time to play...
it is the secret of perpetual youth.

Take time to read...
it is the fountain of wisdom.

Take time to pray...
it is the greatest power on earth.

Take time to love and be loved...
it is a God-given privilege

Take time to be friendly...
it is the road to happiness.

Take time to laugh...
it is the music of the soul.

Take time to give...
it is too short a day to be selfish.

Take time to do charity...
it is the key to fulfillment.


 Take time to be aware

It is an opportunity to help others


Take time to be quiet.

 It is an opportunity to seek God


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