Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy 3200 S. University Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328
Phone: (954) 262-1300 or
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This initial offering of an amazing unique lecture series will give you practical knowledge and tools for recommending cancer treatment using repurposed drugs and natural substances that will make you wonder why only a handful of integrative oncologists use them.
From Jeffrey Dach, M.D.s’ Book, Cracking Cancer Toolkit
For the typical patient sitting on the examining table at the oncology office, the cure for cancer remains as elusive as ever. Billions have been spent on the “war on cancer” with little to show for it.
Lung, colon, pancreatic, liver, brain, breast, lymphoma, myeloma, and leukemia are the common cancers treated with the traditional trio of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, known in the vernacular as cut, poison, and burn.
In this program you will be shocked and surprised to learn that thousands of patients are bypassing the oncologist’s office and finding good outcomes on their own with a toolkit of repurposed drugs and supplements. Many enlist the assistance of the “integrative oncologist,” a new and rare breed of oncologist who incorporates repurposed drugs and supplements into their protocols.
Three technological advances have made this paradigm shift possible. First the invention of the positron emission tomography (PET) scanner using the isotope 18-FDG provides amazingly accurate images of cancer size and location anywhere in the body, giving the patient knowledge of whether or not their treatment is working. Is the cancer mass decreasing or increasing in response to treatment? The PET scan will answer this question. To assess cancer treatment, a PET scan three months after starting a cocktail of repurposed anti-cancer drugs indicates success or failure. Treatment protocols can be tailored “on the fly” based on real-time PET scan imaging. Blood tests following serial cancer markers are also useful.
The second technological advance is the invention of message groups on the Internet, where large numbers of patients, thousands perhaps, share information about their repurposed drug protocols – their successes as well as failures.
The third technological advance has to do with the molecular and cell biology of cancer, also known as “in vitro” cancer cell culture and “in vivo” xenograft animal research, which have elucidated metabolic pathways in cancer cells. These pathways can be targeted by repurposed drugs and botanicals. One such advance is the implementation of automated drug screening. A large drug library of thousands of drugs can be screened for the most effective cancer-killing drug. For example, if basic laboratory studies identify a metabolic pathway in cancer cells that can be selectively targeted while normal cells are left unharmed, then high-throughput screening can be used to find the best drug suited for the purpose.
The emphasis of this conference is on assessing hallmarks of cancer, environmental risk factors, diagnostic tools and comprehensive treatment protocols that target tumor micro-environment and cancer root causes. With this understanding it becomes the simple focus of the program to provide pharmacists with the knowledge and tools (inexpensive drugs and natural products) to support physician, patient, and patient advocates with the ability to eliminate cancer stem cells and extend the cancer patient’s quality of life.
Assessing the Hallmarks of Cancer Part IJeffery Dach, M.D.
Course Adjournment Day OneHome Study Assignment Dr. Dalal Akury
Re-Purposed Drugs & Natural Substances Used to Stop Inflammation & Disable Tumor Micro EnvironmentJeffrey Dach, M.D
Course AdjournmentHome Study Assignment Dr. Dalal Akury
Natural Substances and Repurposed drugs with conventional chemotherapeutic agents and radiation synergy, Part IIMitch Ghen, D.O., Ph.D
Cancer Therapies: Repurposed Drugs & Natural SubstancesSession TwoJuly 17, 2021 Saturday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Cancer Therapies: Repurposed Drugs & Natural SubstancesSession ThreeAugust 14, 2021 Saturday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
For IV Natural substances and re-purposed drugs
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