Adjunctive Cancer Therapy2018-10-25T17:46:52+00:00

What is Adjunctive Cancer Therapy?

At Trilogy Medical we address patients with cancer in a holistic and integrated way with diet, lifestyle counseling, immunotherapy with homeopathic medicine and stem cell therapy when appropriate.

Adjunctive Cancer Therapy Campbell, Santa Cruz, Watsonville

How Does it Work?

An in-depth analysis of weaknesses in the nervous system and immune system is performed by Dr. Lester. A plan of action is discussed in detail. Proper medication is initiated to unlock the immune system and nervous system. IV stem cells can be added to increase general strength and to help the immune system.

Who is a Good Candidate For This Treatment?

The treatment is often combined with medical recommendations by the oncologist. The earlier the integrated approach is added the more effective it will be. This approach can be effective in both young and old, as long as cancer has not advanced too extensively.

How Many Treatments Does it Take to See Results?*

Increased energy and stamina can be experienced between 1-4 weeks. Other beneficial changes are noticed continuously over each month thereafter. When combined with proper oncology treatment there is the possibility of a cure.

Is it Painful?

The treatment is not painful or debilitating.

Is There a Recovery Process?

There is no negative effect to recover from the treatment. In fact, our approach often helps reduce the negative effects of chemotherapy or radiation. Patients are often able to walk more and return to many life activities quite soon after beginning treatment.

Take The Next Step

Interested in learning more about Adjunctive Cancer Therapy? Schedule your consultation with Trilogy Medical & Aesthetics today by filling out the form on the side of this page or by calling one of our three practice locations in Campbell (408) 844-0010Santa Cruz (831) 600-8117, or Watsonville (831) 724-1164.

*Individual Results May Vary

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