Today’s post is a new interview with Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy MD of Cancer Center for Hope in Irvine, California.
Cancer Center for Hope (formerly Oasis of Hope California) is one of the few clinics in the U.S. that offers advanced integrative medical therapies like vitamin C IVs, hyperbaric oxygen, ozone therapy, PEMF, GCMAF, etc. in addition to conventional treatments. (And takes insurance!)
Dr. Connealy and I were both speakers at the Cure to Cancer Conference in San Diego this spring, and it was there that I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with her at length about her approach to cancer treatment.
She’s a passionate straight-shooting doctor with a vast array of expertise on anti-cancer nutrition and integrative medicine.
Disclaimer: This interview is for educational purposes only, to make you aware of the many options that exist outside of the conventional medical box. I was not compensated for it.
In part 2 we discuss:
-How her approach to cancer differs from standard conventional medicine.
-What happens when patients choose nutrition and integrative medicine first.
-How patients are changing the industry
-The importance of a holistic approach to health and healing.
In part 3, we discuss the key differences between cancer patients that do well and heal, and those that don’t.
In part 4 we discuss why doctors ignore and even attempt to refute evidence-based nutritional science.
If you liked our interview, you might enjoy Dr. Connealy’s book, Be Perfectly Healthy.
I also highly recommend the Cure to Cancer Conference video set, which features 20 talks from Dr. Connealy, Dr. Contreras, Dr. Thomas Lodi, Dr. V, Bill Henderson, Ty Bollinger, Doug Kaufman, Burton Goldberg, myself and many more.Beat Cancer Kitchen: My New Recipe Book, Deliciously Simple Plant-Based Anti-Cancer Recipes Get it on Amazon here Beat Cancer Daily 365 Days of Inspiration, Encouragement, and Action Steps to Survive and Thrive Get it on Amazon here
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