Home > Cancers We Treat > M > Melanoma
Melanoma Alternative Treatment

Hope4Cancer Institute alternative treatment program for melanoma

Melanoma is a very stressful diagnosis and your healthcare team understands this. At Hope4Cancer Institute we will make every effort to keep you up to date and comfortable with your diagnosis, options, and treatment. We work with you to ensure that every aspect of your melanoma treatment program is successful. The recommendations your healthcare team make to you will be for the most effective alternative treatments.

Individual treatment plans will vary. Hope4Cancer Institute optimizes your melanoma treatment program by integrating our therapies which could include:

  • Rigvir Virotherapy
  • Sono-Photo-Dynamic Therapy
  • Hope4Cancer Therapy - Poly-MVA, Vitamin C
  • Nutrition Therapy
  • Whole Body Detoxification
  • Anti/fungal microbial Therapy
  • Ozone Therapy
  • Support Therapy

Our therapies can help to reduce cancer related side effects and improve your overall quality of life.

Our innovative approach to cancer treatment focuses not only on the disease, but on the patient's mind, body, and spirit.. If you are looking for a melanoma treatment program that treats more than just your cancer, Hope4Cancer Institute is the place for you. Call us today at 888-544-5993. Our patient liaison is waiting to tell you more about our innovative approach to melanoma treatment.

What is melanoma?

Melanoma is a form of skin cancer that can originate from a mole. This cancer is most curable in its early stage, however once it has spread, the cure rate is greatly reduced. Melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer and is usually found on sun-exposed parts of the body.

Signs and symptoms of melanoma

Melanomas can vary in their appearance. The first sign of a melanoma can be a change in an existing mole such as, color, shape, size, or texture. Symptoms could include:

  • Asymmetry - the shape of one half of the mole does not match the other half
  • Border - ragged, blurred, or irregular in outline
  • Color - mole may be uneven in color and can include black, brown, tan, white, gray, pink, or blue
  • Diameter - an increase in size, larger than 5 mm

Traditional treatment options for melanoma

Treatment for melanoma depends on the type and stage of the disease. Traditional treatments usually begin with the removal of skin lesions. Treatment options could also include the use of toxic medicines. Your doctor may suggest:

  • Surgery
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation therapy
  • Amputation

Radiation therapy may be an option for some melanoma patients. Radiation therapy is used in an attempt to destroy cancerous cells and cause a reduction in tumor size. It is most often used for melanoma that has metastasized. Radiation therapy and chemotherapy are often performed simultaneously.

  • Over 8,000 deaths will be attributed to melanoma this year
  • The 5 year survival rate for people diagnosed with melanoma is approximately 85%

New patient form

new patient form


This website does not make any health claims or promise to treat any or all illnesses.  We cannot promise or guarantee results in anyway. Individual results may vary. The information introduced does not take the place of physician's care, medical procedures, lab tests or any necessary medication. Written and video testimonials on this site are real life individual experiences of those who have used our treatments, products and services.   Results vary, and we do not claim that their results are typical.  The testimonials are not necessarily representative of all of those who will use our treatments, products and/or services.  The testimonials are not intended to make claims that our treatments, products and/or services can be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  These claims have not been clinically proven or evaluated by the FDA.

Contact us

Our patient coordinator will be happy to answer your questions and discuss your treatment options!

US Patients
Call us: 1-888-544-5993

International Patients
Please Call:  (619) 669-6511

Fax: (619) 956-7071


Read Our Privacy Policy
Hope4Cancer Operational Permits and Site-Wide Disclaimers

RocketTheme Joomla Templates