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Alternative Colon Cancer Treatments

Alternative Colon Cancer Treatments

If you believe that you or someone you know may have colon cancer then the first thing you should not do is panic.  Options exist, but you will need to do your homework.

First of all, colon cancer can be either misdiagnosed or masked by other intestinal problems, so you have to figure out if the colon cancer exists in the first place.   Many of colon cancer’s symptoms are common to those of lesser health challenges. For example, conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease or irritable bowel syndrome can sometimes have the same symptoms as colon cancer.

That being said, even if you figure out that you have one of the “lesser” problems, do not ignore it, since poor intestinal health can eventually evolve into cancer.  If the cancer prognosis is confirmed, then the next step is determining how far it has spread, and then choosing your treatment therapy.  While most people turn to conventional treatments as a first instinct, you need to understand the consequences of going in that direction.   Keep in mind that many effective alternative and holistic colon cancer treatments are available that can help you avoid the toxicity and side effects of conventional therapies.

Some Possible Signs of Colon Cancer

One of the most common symptoms of colon cancer is abdominal pain, or blood in the stool. While these symptoms could be signs of a lesser condition (for example, hemorrhoids), you should always err on the side of caution and get these symptoms evaluated by a specialist capable of making an unequivocal diagnosis.  If you suspect a problem, a colonscopy is just an appointment away with your health establishment.

Here are some symptoms that you should be aware of that might be associated with colon cancer:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Hardness in the abdomen
  • Change in stool
  •  Several days or more of diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Abdominal pain during bowel movement
  • Bowel movements with obstructions
  • Cramps, gas pain, or discomfort
  • Unexpected weight loss
  • Iron deficiency
  • Rectal bleeding

The key to the effectiveness of treating colon cancer is early detection which means it is important not to ignore any symptoms, especially if they are persistent.  Colon cancer accounts for up to 90% of all cancers of the intestines, and is the fourth highest cause of cancer mortality in the United States after lung, prostate and breast cancer, and the second highest that affects both sexes.

The 5-year survival rate ranges from 74% for Stage I patients to a dismal 6% for Stage IV patients. As the disease progresses, the chances of surviving the cancer diagnosis past 5 years using conventional methods of treatment are remote.

Hope4Cancer Institute is one of the world’s leading natural cancer treatment centers.  Dr. Antonio Jimenez and his team specialize in treating cancer holistically without chemotherapy or radiation, and have been doing so successfully for over 25 years using revolutionary non-toxic methods.  Our effective colon cancer treatments address not just the cancer itself, but also work hard in slowly nurturing the digestive system back to health.


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Colon Cancer Alliance Website.

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2 thoughts on “Alternative Colon Cancer Treatments

  1. I was recently diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer. I had surgery last Thursday to remove a foot of my colon. Before the surgery doctors thought I had only stage 1 or 2. 2 out of 52 lymph nodes where found to be positive for cancer post surgery. I need with my oncologist in 3 weeks for treatment. What are my options for treatment. I’m a 42 year old female with no family history or colon cancer and no cancer in family members younger then 65. I’m thin and have been mostly active in my life. Also, can long term stress affect the chances of getting cancer? What is the best kind of diet to keep cancer at bay?

    1. Hello Caralee. We are so sorry to hear all you are going through. We have treated many patients with colon cancer at all stages.
      We are not able to give medical advice directly through our website or social media platforms, but please contact our admissions office at 888-544-5993 or go to and fill out the form and one of our admissions officers can get you a consultation with our doctor.

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