The Cancer Alternative Foundation staff is engaged in research to help cancer patients. At the present time, the research team works on two areas of research: General Ongoing Investigations and Outcomes Documentation.
Our present areas of ongoing research include:
1. Alternative cancer treatments and supporting science
2. Evaluation of claims by treatment centers and providers
3. Foods that contain both toxins and their antidote
4. Relationship between blood type and cancer treatment success, by treatment type
6. Outcome relationship between specific alternative treatments and specific cancers
7. The role of nutrition therapy as a support for both alternative and conventional cancer treatments.
In fall 2013, The Cancer Alternative Foundation, initiated a project to systematically document alternative and conventional treatment outcomes called The Alternatives Outcomes Database.
This project will be a long-term effort, requiring cooperation between providers, doctors, hospitals and cancer patients.
To date, requirements have been developed to serve the needs of all stakeholders and a basic database design and portal concept has been developed.
"I was so confused. My friends were all offering advice, my doctor wanted me to have surgery and start chemo right away, everyone sent me articles about the latest and greatest 'miracle cure'. I really didn't know what to do. The Cancer Alternative helped me focus, so that I could select a healing direction and work more effectively with my oncology team."
"The information on diet really helped me right away. I felt better within days. All the recommendations are understandable. I am 83 years old, but am able to make diet changes that will help me to enjoy my remaining years."
"I only used an alternative treatment for myself because I witnessed a friend use alkaline therapy to easily defeat his cancer. If only I had known before all the chemotherapy and radiation I had!"
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