Hope4Cancer’s integrative approach to cancer treatment

Dr. Antonio Jimenez is a medical doctor and also a naturopathic doctor. He has been working in integrative oncology for more than 30 years.

“One of the things that we want to do is respect the patient's decision, of course,” he says, “and we want to form that ideal triangle: The patient, their team back home, and us at Hope4Cancer Treatment Centers. So, working with their physician, working with their integrative doctor whether it's conventional oncologists or integrated doctors, or naturopath, they're a team.

“This is so, so important because, as you know, when the patients come to Hope4Cancer, they come for three weeks, four weeks, five weeks, whatever it is. It's important to have that ongoing home support, and also in helping them initially make a decision. We speak the same language. We understand the conventional mindset. We understand the pathology of the biopsy results.

“We understand the MRI, PET scan, CAT scan, and then we go beyond that and integrate the holistic approach.”

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Dr. Jimenez explains that Hope4Cancer Treatment Centers “treat the person with cancer — not cancer in the person.

“Simply speaking is that we want to take a holistic approach to that disease process. Of course, that includes the physical, the emotional-spiritual, and the mental.

“That's when you truly are going to have sustaining, long-term benefits instead of just addressing the tumor in the person and not taking into account the person's emotional, spiritual, personality, thought processes, social environment, and so forth.”

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