Cancer Interventions

There are positive cancer interventions, lifestyle changes that you can make to help slow down the growth of cancer while increasing the quality of your life.  Our patient-reported outcomes report the most frequently practiced effectors are:

  1. Chemotherapy (Chemo): Chemo is a standard cancer treatment that uses drugs to kill or slow the growth of cancer cells. It is often used in combination with surgery, radiation therapy, or other treatments.

  2. Radiation Therapy: This treatment uses high doses of radiation to target and destroy cancer cells. It can be used alone or in combination with other treatments.

  3. FECO (Full Extract Cannabis Oil): Some individuals explore the use of cannabis-derived products, such as FECO, as complementary or alternative therapies. Research is ongoing to understand the potential benefits and risks of using cannabinoids in cancer care.

  4. Frequency: Frequency comprises the use of specific tools that deliver frequencies throughout the body, in order to destroy cancer cells.  

  5. Diet: A healthy and well-balanced diet is important for individuals undergoing cancer treatment. Nutrient-rich foods can help support the body’s immune system, provide energy, and contribute to overall health. It’s advisable to consult with a registered dietitian to tailor dietary recommendations based on individual needs.

  6. Exercise: Regular physical activity can have numerous benefits for cancer patients, including improved mood, increased energy levels, and enhanced overall well-being. Exercise should be tailored to an individual’s capabilities and approved by their healthcare team.

  7. Stress Management: Chronic stress can negatively impact health, and cancer patients may benefit from stress reduction techniques such as mindfulness, meditation, and relaxation exercises.

It’s essential for individuals to communicate openly with their healthcare team about any complementary therapies or lifestyle changes they are considering. Integrative care, which combines conventional medical treatments with complementary approaches, is increasingly recognized as a valuable approach to cancer care.

Each person’s experience with cancer is unique, and treatment plans should be tailored to individual needs and preferences. It’s important to seek guidance from qualified healthcare professionals to ensure that any lifestyle changes are safe and appropriate within the context of an individual’s overall treatment plan.