Posted January 17, 2020 by & filed under Cancers, Treatments.

Lung cancer refers to any cancer that begins in the tissue of the lungs. In the United States, lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death, with lung cancer deaths amounting to more than prostate, ovarian, breast, and colon cancers combined. Despite its growing prevalence, lung cancer can be difficult to spot in its […]

Posted January 16, 2020 by & filed under Cancers, Treatments.

Treatment options for lung cancer can vary, but they usually comprise some combination of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery to remove cancerous tissue and healthy tissue nearby. The effectiveness of these treatment options varies based on the severity and the spread of lung cancer, as well as your own personal health needs. And for those […]

Posted December 11, 2019 by & filed under Cancers, Treatments.

Polyps are small growths that are typically benign. They can form in various places throughout the body, like the ear canal, cervix, throat, and uterus, though they’re most commonly found in the colon. Colon polyps form on the lining of the colon (or large intestine) and tend to be harmless — though over time, they […]

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If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with colon cancer, we know there are lots of questions and anxieties that surround this time.  At Immunity Therapy Center, we believe in giving our patients (and potential patients) information that will help with future decisions about colon cancer natural treatment options. Each patient is unique, […]

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Like other cancers, prostate cancer begins when a body’s cells grow out of control and spread to other areas. It’s the second most common cancer 1 in American men, behind skin cancer, with 1  in 9 men diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. Although prostate problems mainly happen to men as they have a […]

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Colon polyps, sometimes called colorectal polyps, are polyps that occur in the colon or rectum. These precancerous polyps are small, benign clumps, which over time can grow larger and become cancerous.  If you’ve found yourself wondering — “what are colon polyps and are they dangerous?”, you’re not alone! Many people ask similar questions and that’s […]

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A colon polyp is a growth of tissue that forms on the inner walls of the colon 1. Unless there’s a family history or a hereditary condition, it’s unclear as to why some people get polyps and some do not. Essentially, in a healthy colon, the lining is in a constant state of replacing older […]

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Colon (or colorectal) cancer is among some of the most commonly occurring cancers in the United States. According to cancer.org 1, on average, 1 out of 23 men and 1 out of 25 women will develop colon or rectal cancer over the span of their life.  As with all cancers, being proactive about your health […]

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A colon cancer diagnosis is always filled with uncertainties and fear. There are a lot of unknowns when patients are first diagnosed, and if this has recently happened to you or a loved one, you might be asking “Can you survive colon cancer?” The answer is yes, and — depending on its stage — you’ll […]

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Like all cancers, there are several risk factors that increase your chances of developing colon cancer. Often, people with risk factors will never reach cancer at all — and those without any of the risk factors, still may.  At Immunity Therapy Center, we believe in empowering the world through knowledge, which is why we’ve created […]

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If your family has been affected by prostate cancer, you might be asking: is prostate cancer hereditary? Prostate cancer develops in the walnut-shaped gland that is responsible for producing semen and transporting sperm. Prostate cancer is often (but not always) slow growing. It tends to stay in the prostate gland without spreading, though if left […]