11 Critical Factors to Understanding Cancer


11 Critical Factors to Understanding Cancer

This video animation explains the 11 key factors that lead to the growth and spread of cancerous cells inside the human body. We have been treating patients based on these eleven critical factors for over a decade. If you or anyone you may know has been diagnosed with cancer, find out how you can benefit from our comprehensive treatment programs.

For a more in-depth discussion of cancer and its treatments, visit our education section. We will walk you through forward-thinking strategies and explain our unique approach to cancer treatment. From informal surveys we've taken, we have found that most patients and doctors feel our educational webinars have improved their understanding of alternative and integrative treatments to cancer by over 80%. We believe that education is the best prescription possible!

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[5] An expert on chronic lymphocytic leukemia, Dr. Faguet received his MD degree in Bogota, Colombia and completed his postgraduate work at the University of Texas and Ohio State University. For 28 years he conducted cancer research in Augusta, Georgia that was funded mainly by the National Cancer Institute and the Department of Veterans Affairs. He's written 140 peer-reviewed articles, seven book chapters and two scientific books on cancer.

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