Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy
In this video, Antonio Jimenez spends about 31 minutes speaking on "Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy" at the 46th Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.
About Dr. Antonio Jimenez
Dr. Antonio Jimenez, M.D., N.D., is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the world-renowned Hope4Cancer Treatment Centers, a leading name in integrative oncology with two first-class locations in Tijuana and Cancun, Mexico. Established in 2000, Hope4Cancer’s Tijuana treatment center is a certified inpatient hospital and official member of the Baja California Hospitals Association, while Hope4Cancer’s Cancun treatment center (founded in 2015) serves outpatients in one of the world’s premier medical tourism destinations.
For over 25 years, Dr. Jimenez has dedicated his life to the study, clinical research, and implementation of non-toxic and integrative strategies to treat cancer, chronic infections, and immune disorders. Today, he is one of the most trusted voices in the world of integrative cancer therapy. His credentials include an MD from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara Faculty of Medicine in Mexico and an ND from the Trinity School of Natural Health in Indiana, USA, as well as a medical license in Spain.
Among his most significant innovations, Dr. Jimenez developed and coined the 7 Key Principles of Cancer Therapy™, a revolutionary framework for healing that, since the 1990’s, has formed the basis of all his integrative protocols. Applied with a diverse toolkit of non-toxic treatments, including Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy (SPDT) and several biological immunotherapies, these principles are the foundation for a comprehensive healing program that targets both the cancer and the biological terrain that causes and feeds its growth. Standing the test of time, these principles are consistent with scientific concepts developed in later years, such as the 10 (Biological) Hallmarks of Cancer and the 4 Physical Traits of Cancer, that validate the ideas of systems biology and the complex tumor microenvironment.
Known for his active involvement in the education of his medical staff, including over 25 MD physicians, oncologists, and interventional radiologists, Dr. Jimenez is an avid educator who shares his wisdom with professional, patient and general interest audiences across the world. In 2020, he launched a free, biweekly webinar series, through which he educates global audiences on wide-ranging healing topics for the body, mind, and spirit. His dedication to learning, training, and researching new approaches for treating cancer has brought him to more than 70 countries, where he has been featured as a guest speaker in various online symposiums, conferences, docuseries, interviews, and documentaries. His work has been published in several peer-reviewed articles, and his desire to learn and innovate is reflected in his active support and participation in patient-focused, in-house research and development work.
Some of Dr. Jimenez’ most notable appearances include Fran Drescher’s Cancer Schmancer Health Summits (2016-2020), the Ask Dr. Nandi show, and The Truth About Cancer Live Symposiums (2016, 2017) and docuseries: Quest for the Cures: Final Chapter (2021), Eastern Medicine – Journey Through Asia (2019), The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest (2015) and The Quest for the Cures … Continues (2014).
A Diplomat of and Board Certified in Bioregulatory Medicine by the British
Good morning, all. Very, very excited to be here. I just got back from Asia where we toured six countries and interviewed about 90 doctors and scientists for the upcoming truth about cancer that will be aired in April of 2019. Any of you heard about the truth about cancer? Quite a number of you, right? Great. So watch out for that next spring. Tai Bolander and I went to six countries and it was fantastic. And I've been coming to this for about 25 years and I still see a lot of familiar faces. So it's always an honor to be here. And you were asking some questions and I thought about a patient. This is a patient who had advanced breast cancer. And this is in our Kanchan clinic. We have two clinics, one in Tijuana, Mexico, that's been opened for now 18 years. And our Kanchan clinic, which is an outpatient facility that we opened three years ago. So I'm giving you a question and answer. And I noticed that there was a follow up patient there. But I remember that this patient was about 18 months since she arrived at the clinic initially. And so I asked Pam. Her name is Pam.
I said, Pam, can you tell the patients, the new patients that are here and also the their companions or loved one? What was the first thing you had to do when you went home? Was it, you know, redo your pantry? Was it getting norbeck pause, whatever it was? Right. And she said, I had to tell my best friend, who a nurse of 25 years, that we had to distance ourselves from each other. I said, wow, why is that? And she said, because she's a toxic relationship to me. What do you mean by that she means well, she's a nurse. In conventional medicine, not like Lynne, who is more wise. She's in conventional medicine and she wants me to do more chemo, more radiation and more, you know, toxic therapies. So I had to tell her in a loving, caring way. My friend of 25 years that we had to distance ourselves from each other. So in this journey of cancer, we have to make tough decisions sometimes. And this is when you need to learn how to receive, because oftentimes cancer patients I've been doing this for a long time. In many countries there are givers. They like to give, give, give, but they don't receive. And this is so important. And now it's time for you to be pampered. Now it's time for you to receive. And healing and blessings will come. So today I have a lot