Did you know there are about 600,000 new cancer diagnoses each year? Over 1500 per day. About the same number die of their cancer every year as well.
Did you also know that the success rate of using chemotherapy for cancer only improves survival by about 2% over five years?
If you have cancer and hope that the chemo that makes your hair fall out and makes you feel so sick is worth it, you might be looking in the wrong place for help.
The average cancer doctor will tell you that it doesn’t matter what you eat, that nutritional supplements are just a waste of money, and that you got cancer because its genetic. Reminds me of the fat, smoking doctor on blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes meds telling you how to be healthy. Doesn’t really compute.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, treatments that assist your immune system with nutrition, diet, IV Vitamin C, ozone, hyperthermia, hyperbaric oxygen, can give you a chance. They can build your immune system but more importantly can improve your vitality. And they won’t hurt you.
Getting healthy, no matter how sick you are, must include therapies that build up your body. That’s why we treat sick people and cancer patients the way we do. To heal you must increase the energy in the body and drugs will never do that. So therapies that work improve nutrition and detoxification and get cellular health back. Healthy cells make for a strong body and a body that will heal and have energy and no pain.
If you need help, call us. We can and will help you.
Have a great week.
Dr. David I Minkoff, MD
Lyme Disease Detection
Because Lyme mirrors other common illnesses, it’s very difficult for most patients to know whether or not they actually have the disease. For some, symptoms of the disease may not appear until months or years after being infected. Others with untreated Lyme may not know that they have it until they receive positive test results. And while many people question the accuracy of the conventional testing process, LifeWorks Wellness Center has a 90% success rate in detecting Lyme and treating it in many of its patients.