In order to provide the body with the best chance to beat cancer, I feel strongly that a multi-faceted treatment protocol must be used.
Treatment modalities employed include:
Insulin potentiation therapy (IPT).
By taking advantage of the unique biology of cancer cells, we are able to use safe doses of insulin with low dose chemotherapy to better target cancer cells while sparing healthy cells. The doses of chemotherapy used are only 10-20% of the amount used by most oncologists in conventional treatment, as this is all that is needed to provide sufficient delivery to the cancerous cells. Because we don’t have to use high doses, we are able to administer it more frequently due to a significantly decreased incidence of chemotherapy-related side effects such as nausea, vomiting, fatigue, and hair loss.
IV vitamin C.
At high doses, vitamin C is damaging to cancer cells but does not harm normal cells. Once inside the cancer cell, vitamin C is thought to assist in killing of the cancer cell as well as enhancing the effects of chemotherapy.
Proper cancer nutrition.
Through a great deal of research, The Stegall Protocol was developed specifically to address cancer and its survival mechanisms. Cancer is a metabolic disease, and by depriving cancer of its primary growth fuel, it will have a much more difficult time growing and thriving.
Supplementation using physician-grade nutraceuticals. I only use supplements of the highest quality shown to be beneficial to cancer treatment.