An advanced approach to cancer

For some people, the path to a stronger immune system may involve chelation to remove heavy metals from tissues and bones.

by Dr. Frank George — 

Cancer is a failure of the immune system to stay on top of things that go wrong in the body. If you’ve been told you have cancer, your immune system is not working well. Ironically, traditional treatment further weakens the immune system with its use of heavy-duty doses of chemotherapy and radiation.

The toxicity of conventional treatments gives rise to that old adage, “You hope the treatment kills the cancer before it kills you.” Conventional chemotherapy lays waste to the enemy — the cancer cell — but leaves a scorched landscape in its wake.

It is very possible to kill cancer and, at the same time, create a stronger, healthier body for the future. A respect for the body’s ability to heal itself when given the proper tools creates an advanced, integrative approach.

First, a big difference between conventional chemotherapy and low-dose potentiated chemotherapy is that insulin, the body’s own natural hormone, is used. Insulin shuttles the chemotherapy directly to cancer cells, bypassing most healthy cells, so toxicity is minimized. This is called insulin potentiation therapy (IPT), and it uses about one-tenth the dose of conventional chemotherapy. A little chemotherapy is all that is needed to aggressively target cancer cells, when part of an integrated approach. IPT has been used safely for 60 years.

There are safe, natural substances which both defeat cancer cells and restore health. We call these complementary therapies, and they go hand in hand with low-dose chemotherapy to defeat cancer while detoxifying and rebuilding the immune system. For example, vitamin C is selectively toxic to cancer cells and tumor-toxic levels of vitamin C can be attained using intravenous administration.

Vitamin C also has powerful antioxidant and antiviral abilities. Poly-MVA®, a dietary supplement, is another complementary therapy that both defeats cancer cells and boosts health. Poly-MVA defeats the energy metabolism of cancer cells while repairing genes damaged by cancer.

Complementary therapies also include homeopathic remedies to “sweep” the body and help it excrete dead viruses, dead white blood cells, and by-products of the chemical reactions from medicines. Other remedies commonly used are liver extracts. The liver becomes progressively overburdened as the body rids itself of toxic substances formed by the breakdown of cancer cells. Liver extracts support the liver and shields it from damage, while also stimulating the immune system.

For some people, the path to a stronger immune system may involve chelation to remove heavy metals from tissues and bones. Various cancers are thought to be related to toxicity from heavy metals such as mercury, aluminum and cadmium. Heavy metals can poison the immune system so that it doesn’t work effectively, and they can act as carcinogens themselves by inducing cells to become cancerous in nature.

An advanced, integrative approach to cancer therapy will defeat the cancer while leaving your immune system stronger than when you received your diagnosis.


Frank George, D.O., M.D.(H), was the first osteopathic physician in the U.S. to train in IPT, and taught IPT to other doctors.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 28, Number 2, Apr/May 2009.

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