Cancer Supportive Treatments | Intellectual Medicine 120

Cancer Supportive Treatments

Living with cancer is one of the greatest challenges anyone can experience. The conventional medical approach to cancer treatment, while critical, often leaves a person depleted, weak, and vulnerable to other illnesses.

Certain hormone therapies can cause a variety of difficult side effects.  Breast cancer patients, for example, may get hot flashes, experience vaginal dryness, have a lower libido and mood swings.  Patients suffering from prostate cancer have erectile dysfunction and problems achieving orgasm. Other treatments cause joint and muscle pain or loss of bone density.

The depletion of strength, vitality and the disruption of the body’s natural equilibrium can be incredibly devastating, but all of these problems are correctable.  I.M. 120's Complementary Cancer Care Program works in tandem with your cancer treatment team to offer whole body wellness including the immune system, digestion, sleep, energy levels, diet, exercise and spirituality to help minimize side effects and maximize your quality of life.

I.M. 120 is here to help you fight.

  • Labratory Testing, Including Tumor Specific Genetic Studies and Circulating Tumor Cell Markers*
  • IV Therapy - High Dose Vitamin C
  • IV Therapy - Artesunate
  • IV Therapy - ALA (alpha lipoic acid)
  • IV Therapy & subcutaneous - Mistletoe
  • Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
  • Micronutrient Testing
  • Nutritional Analysis, Guidence and Testing
  • Detoxification - chelation therapy
  • OM Manipulation, Lymphatic Massage
  • EWOT (exercise with oxygen therapy)
  • Counseling and emotional support

*Our physicians and Nurse practitioners are ordering providers with RGCC GroupOncoblot, BioCept



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