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Cancer Doctor


In this video, Michael Nelson spends about 30 minutes speaking on "Sulforaphane" at the 44th Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.

About Michael Nelson

MICHAEL NELSON, D.C. received his undergraduate Degree in 1985 in Respiratory Therapy and began his clinical journey working in the Neonatal Intensive Care unit in Reno, Nevada. He was certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support for the Neonate, Advanced Ventilator Management and Resuscitation of the High Risk Neonate. He was the youngest member of the fixed wing transport teams at both Medical Centers in Reno, and was responsible for stabilization and transport of critically ill newborn.

He went on to get his Doctorate Degree at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon in 1993. He is a National Board Certified Chiropractic Physician and licensed in the state of Nevada. He holds numerous certificates in Functional Medicine that include advanced training in Metabolic Therapies for chronic degenerative conditions. He has over 21,500 hours of post-graduate training and has been in private practice for over 23 years.

Dr. Nelson is the only physician-owned practice in Northern Nevada to offer advanced breast cancer screening using High Definition Infrared Imaging. His patient population includes individuals with advanced cancer of the breast, prostate and brain, as well as patients suffering from post-chemotherapy and radiation therapy damage. He offers a systems biology metabolic approach to help the chronically ill regain their health.

Dr. Nelson is also a multi-patent holder and has set up and run many health related companies to serve the needs of individuals suffering with chronic illness. He serves as the Medical Advisor for Viratech, a cancer screening company using advanced metabolomics, and for CS Health, a sulforaphane-based raw material company. Sulforaphane, a derivative of broccoli, has been shown to target cancer stem cells, suggested to be responsible for initiating and maintaining cancer.

Dr. Nelson may be contacted at Sierra Tahoe Wellness Center in Reno, Nevada by phone 775-622-1822, fax 775-345-3562, or websites: and


Thank you.

Good morning. It's a real pleasure and honor to be here. I've actually been displaying or bending here for the last four years with our company, US Health and medical medical adviser for that company. And I just want to do a shout out to Tony O'Donnel, Dr. ODonnell, who with a great presentation, I thought that was fantastic. I actually met Tony probably 15 years ago and he was in Reno. He was a patient of mine and came in with a back injury. And we became fast friends and been friends ever since. So it's great. Great to be able to follow him. So in this morning's talk is on a kind of a complex subject, but a subject that I'm going to just tell you right now. Can save your life. And it saved many people's lives in their battle with cancer. And it's on the topic of cell for A and many of you may not be familiar with that term, but hopefully we'll be able to educate you. There's some technical components to this. So if you don't really catch it the first time, I would I would suggest that you might buy the video or the audio of this, because this is a key component to reclaiming your health into fighting and staving off cancer, both in a preventative element and also in a treatment. And I say that with lots of resources that I'm about to show you. So your mom was right when she told you to to start eating broccoli? She was absolutely right. So I put this slide up here. This is where I come from. This is my backyard. This is this is Emerald Bay in Lake Tahoe. This is 25 minutes from my my place. And this really represents the environment. Right.

So this is an environment that is very pristine. And when our bodies in a pristine state, we're very healthy. But today's environment has created such pollution. Assess distortion in the web of physiology that courses throughout our body. It's no wonder one out of two U.S. individuals gets cancer. So cancer is a very unique consequence of environmental influences. In fact, only two to five percent of all cancers can be genetically linked. And so we know that over 95 percent of the cancers that are occurring today are a consequence of environmental influences. And so we need to really think through that process when we're looking at ways to to help to to change the environment, both our mind environment, our physical on our environment and our exposure environment. So this came out earlier in the year. This is a study that


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