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Linda's Rare Cancer Diagnosis - Patient Journey
In March of 2022 after receiving the news of an ovarian cancer diagnosis, Hope4Cancer patient Linda Rountree initially turned to her local oncologist for help. Immediately pressed to start chemotherapy, the gravity of her situation only truly sunk in when she asked for a prognosis and was given none. Luckily, Linda made her way to Hope4Cancer and discovered a new path of healing and hope.Read Linda's Story
5 Tips for Reintegrating to Work and Life after Cancer Treatment
Cancer healing is a lifelong journey, and doesn’t always necessarily end with the conclusion of cancer treatment. Even in remission, the experience of cancer can still have a profound effect on patients on the physical, emotional, and spiritual levels. Reentering the workforce, resuming prior responsibilities, and rejoining social activities (should you choose to do so) may be jarring as you adjust to a new normal.Read More
Our Seven Key Principles of Cancer Therapy
Conventional medicine focuses on treating only the symptoms of cancer, often missing the cause and resulting in relapse. At Hope4Cancer, we believe that a well-rounded treatment is designed not just to treat the disease, but to heal the person. Identified by Hope4Cancer’s own Dr. Tony Jimenez and published in the UCLA peer-reviewed journal, Forums of Immunopathological Diseases and Therapeutics, The Seven Key Principles of Cancer Therapy are the foundation for our unique whole-body approach to fighting cancer.Learn More
Beginner's Guide to the Immune System and its Cancer Connection
While some cancer cases can be directly associated with certain toxins, such as smoking to lung cancer and asbestos to mesothelioma, other types of cancers can sometimes appear to be random. But as we’ve learned more about the characteristics of cancer cells in recent years, less focus has been directed at what causes cancer to develop in the first place. Are these “random” cancer cases actually random, or do we simply not know their cause yet?Read More