Metronomic Therapy Cancer Treatment
With the already existing high-level radiation and high-dose chemotherapy to eradicate tumours and cancer cells, integrative cancer medicine now introduces an ultra low dose chemo alternative to work alongside our natural Immune-Boosting Protocols and Immunotherapy.
Metronomic Ultra Low Dose Chemotherapy is a multi-targeted therapy which exerts both direct and indirect effects on tumour cells and their microenvironment.
This treatment uses the most appropriate chemotherapy drug for the specific cancer type but in a very different way. At very low doses, chemotherapy drugs destroy only the tumour blood supply vessels (known as anti-angiogenesis). They will not attack the tumour itself.
Why choose Metronomic Therapy?
Metronomic Therapy can stimulate anti-cancer immune response from tumour infiltrating dendritic cells and can therefore be particularly effective if combined with Dendritic Cell Therapy.
The oral administration is in convenient tablet form. The advantage of this form of treatment over conventional chemotherapy is that the healthy cells and the immune system are generally not damaged. Also, resistance to the chemotherapy drug does not build up.
On its own, this weakening helps prevent local and distant metastases but would not be enough to attack the tumour. It becomes a more powerful treatment when combined with the other multiple tumour attacks that Verita Life offers.
Other treatments include Local Hyperthermia, Herbal Medicine, Biological Treatment and Immunotherapy.
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The testimonials on our website are the real life experiences from patients who are willing to share their experiences and treatment journey at Verita Life. They have done so to offer some insight and may be of hope to other cancer patients, but they are not meant to represent the journey of all patients. As you are probably aware everyone’s cancer is unique and results to all treatments are individual.
Results along with treatment plans, will vary depending on each persons medical history.