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Through documenting and compiling case studies and other clinical data, Mederi aims to demonstrate the efficacy of using botanical and nutritional medicine in improving the health, lifespan, and quality of life of people with cancer and other chronic diseases. Mederi has developed a world-class research database comprising more than 2,000 articles and studies, totaling more than 25,000 pages that discuss the medicinal effects of herbs, nutritional agents, and specific botanical compounds, as well as pharmaceuticals, biomedical diagnostics, and biomedical disease classification. Mederi also partners with medical institutions to conduct clinical trials that compare Mederi Care® (also known as Eclectic Triphasic Medical System™ or ETMS) with conventional treatment of patients with cancer and other diseases.

Several research initiatives and long-term goals include:

  • complete research studies already underway
  • continue to serve as a trusted source for the latest research, clinical trials, and relevant news and information from around the world for our colleagues
  • do more research and publishing, and expand our patient care services at Mederi Center so that we can establish a model for other wholistic centers around the country

Donnie was recently invited by Pediatric Oncologist, Dr. Agnes Horvath to speak at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOCC) to share Mederi Center’s work over the past decade on hope, healing and comfort for children dealing with cancer and treatment side effects. Over the past two years, Dr. Agnes and Donnie have worked together on developing a clinical study using a botanical formula to prevent oral mucositis (mouth sores) that develop in children undergoing chemotherapy.

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