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Who do we Help?
We are capable of treating any patient, even those suffering from Stage 4 cancer. If you've been told that you only have x-number of months to live, talk to us about a personalized cancer treatment plan that could offer you a new lease on life.
Your body has an innate ability to fight cancer
You may be surprised to learn that we all have cancer cells that our bodies constantly fight to keep under control. Sometimes our bodies fail to keep cancer cells in check due to internal or external factors. Cancer may grow in one person's body for an entirely different reason than another. So, why do most cancer treatment protocols focus on the disease rather than the patient?
Your physiology is unique, so you will respond to treatment in your own way. This means that the "cookie cutter" approach to cancer treatment, so commonly used today, will ultimately fail for many patients. You don't have to be one of them.
Why modern treatment protocols fail
Not only is every patient's physiology unique, technologies are available that will identify the most effective treatment protocols for every individual. Oncologists are often unable to keep up with the rapid pace of technological advancement, so they fall back on outdated treatment protocols that give their patients the "best chance."
At Causenta Cancer Treatment Center, we seek to remove "chance" from the equation by determining each patient's unique physiology.
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Dealing with cancer takes a toll on the patient and everyone in their family. Treatments often fail because the patient was given the wrong drugs or dosage. Why? Because the doctor failed to conduct tests that would have determined the treatment's effective on their cancer cells ahead of time.
Why do modern cancer treatments so often fail?
As you've already learned above, technology exists that allows each patient's cancer cells to be tested in order to determine what treatment will best destroy them. Modern cancer treatments fail because patients are prescribed medications with no prior knowledge of whether they will accomplish this goal.
It's easy to say "there is no cure for cancer," but people die from this disease for a wide variety of reasons. Cancer is preventable, so if we approach treatment from this perspective, the chances of success are greatly increased.
Dr. Thomas Incledon, Founder of Causenta