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Integrative Oncology Treatment Directory and Resource Page

POPULAR Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy  (HBOT) Low cellular oxygen levels are a critical trademark of solid tumors. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy entails breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized, controlled environment. The air pressure during this treatment is 1.5 times higher than normal air pressure. This results in oxygenating the blood and tissues throughout the body, which can help fight bacteria and promote healing. Scientific evidence suggests hyperbaric oxygen is safe for cancer patients to use. Furthermore, hyperbaric oxygen therapy has tumor-inhibitory effects on cancer. Treatment use: Patients are recommended to use this 60-minute treatment based on doctors’ recommendations. It is recommended to open and close the mouth several times when pressurizing and depressurizing the chamber.     Hyperthermia  Therapy Hyperthermia is defined as raising the temperature of the whole body or a part of the body above normal for a defined period of time. Scientific evidence shows hyperthermia may sh

10 Best Supplements to Fight Cancer: Evidence Based Literature Review (2024)

The quest for cancer prevention and treatment has been shrouded in ambiguity when it comes to the world of diet, lifestyle and dietary supplements. The bewildering array of options leaves us questioning their efficacy, for without robust scientific evidence, their true potential remains enigmatic.  Can foods and diet influence your risk of getting cancer? What types of foods reduce your risk and types that might increase your risk? What about vitamin and mineral supplements? Can supplements reduce your cancer risk or do they actually increase your cancer risk?  The term anti-cancer supplements can be a little misleading. Some supplements may help reduce a person’s risk of developing cancer or support the body during cancer treatment. This article compiles over 200 references and supporting studies related to cancer and the realm of supplements, diet and lifestyle. It's important to note that dietary supplements are not regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the