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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

What Are the Stages of Colon Cancer?

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,...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

What Are Colon Polyps?

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...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

Types of Colon Polyps

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...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

The Early Signs of Colon Cancer

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...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

Is Colon Cancer Treatable?

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...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

Is Colon Cancer Hereditary?

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...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

How to Prevent Colon Cancer?

Colon cancer is caused by mutations in the DNA which result in the abnormal growth of cells within the colon. It can happen to people of different genders, ages,...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

How Do Colon Polyps Form?

Colon polyps are abnormal growths of tissue inside the large intestine (or colon). Harvard Health Publishing 1 describes polyps in two ways: some appear as bumps along the walls...

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Dr. Bautista
Dr. Bautista
Cancers

How Common is Colon Cancer?

The colon, or large intestine, is the last part of your digestive system. Colon cancer often is characterized by precancerous polyps — small, benign clumps of cells that can...

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Testimonials

Hear from Our Patients

Peter Richardson

Peter Richardson

Peter Richardson was having significantly increasing pain in his stomach earlier in February. Following doctors orders for treating constipation, Peter took laxatives and pain killers for 5 months, but nothing was helping. When he went back to the doctor a second time they did a CT scan and found a large mass in his abdomen […]

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Pamela Carrillo

In 2015, Pamela was diagnosed with Stage 2 Breast Cancer that escalated into Stage Four Breast Cancer. Along with her cancer, she also was dealing with infection and swelling on her chest and arm. After hearing about the success of integrative medicine over a conventional method, she knew that she wanted to start her journey […]

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Joshua Gibbs

Joshua Gibbs of Detroit, Michigan was diagnosed with Stage 4 Small Bowel Cancer in January 2020 at the age of 28. He was very sick and in a wheelchair when he arrived at Immunity Therapy Center, but was encouraged by how quickly “Dr Bautista jumped in to help” once he arrived. With the support of […]

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Alessandra Solimano

Alexandria, a United States resident, was diagnosed with Mantle Cell Lymphoma in March. The disease came very suddenly. After living a very active lifestyle, she could no longer walk and took a turn for the worst. She knew that she had to receive quality care fast if she was going to recover. When she met […]

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Marie Dueck

Marie Dueck

“The nurses… prayed with us during hard times.” Marie started experiencing pain in her stomach. When she visited her doctor in Belize, he prescribed medicine and said she should feel better in two weeks. Instead, she felt worse. She went to Mexico for more tests and was diagnosed with stomach cancer. Through research and asking friends […]

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Fouad Youssef

Fouad Youssef

“ITC offers so many different therapies and none of them are painful at all.  During my time at ITC my quality of life was not taken away from me [unlike with Chemotherapy] and my lymphoma shrank drastically” In 2016, Fouad Youssef discovered he had a lymphoma the size of his thumb knuckle under his arm. […]

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Johnny Russell Jr

Johnny Russell Jr

“I am amazed at Dr. Bautista’s knowledge, we know the term doctor really means teacher.” Johnny had never been to Tijuana, Mexico prior to his visit at the Immunity Therapy Center, he is now in love with the city and the culture. After 3 weeks of treatment, Johnny was able to leave cancer free of […]

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Johnny Russell, Jr. | Follow Up

Johnny Russell, Jr. | Follow Up

This is Johnny’s 3rd follow up. He has been cancer free since June 2017 after being at ITC for two and a half weeks starting in May of 2017 with Myeloma Cancer. He decided to stay the full 6 weeks to get the full treatment and benefits of the therapies. Since then he maintains a […]

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Clara Kornelsen

Clara Kornelsen

9 years ago Clara Kornelsen came to ITC for treatment after being diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Although she was living in Canada at the time and healthcare was free, she felt it was the right thing to come to ITC for treatment. Today, Clara is “strong and healthy as ever” and thanks Dr. Bautista for […]

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Joseph Turkington

“The approach they take here is to help the body, to strengthen the immune system, and to stimulate it, so that the body itself fights the disease” In 2018, Joseph Turkington’s health started to deteriorate. A usually healthy person, he began to have pains in his stomach area, pains so bad that he eventually decided […]

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