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"I have now been cancer free for 17 years thanks to Donnie and his integrative approach with my allopathic physicians"

 

- A.K., WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT

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During cold and flu season, we tend to put our focus on the immune system and our star immune-modulating herbs, which is both smart and appropriate. In this blog, Dr. Pamela takes a deeper look at the role of adaptogenic herbs in supporting our immune system and keeping us strong.

Commentary on the Widely Disseminated Article entitled “Dietary Supplement Use During Chemotherapy and Survival Outcomes of Patients with Breast Cancer Enrolled in a Cooperative Group Clinical Trial (SWOG SO221)” Published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, December 2019

The DELCaP study, recently published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology evaluating the use of dietary supplements during chemotherapy, has alarmed many patients and raised troubling questions for health practitioners.

“I go into my library and all history unrolls before me.” Alexander Smith

In Western tradition, boneset is perhaps the single most important herb for combating the flu. There have been six major influenza pandemics (worldwide outbreaks) since 1889. The 1918 influenza pandemic (“Spanish flu”) was the deadliest pandemic in history. Approximately 5% of the world’s population was infected, and the number of deaths has been estimated at 50 million (CDC).

View a remarkable story of strength and hope as we follow a client's journey of healing with the Mederi Center.

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