Michael Schachter, M.D.,
Treatment programs emphasize lifestyle changes and address diet, exercise, nutritional supplements and stress management. For many patients, programs involving injectable vitamins, minerals, chelating agents and bio-oxidative substances play a major role in treatment. Other modalities used include homeopathy, acupuncture, and counseling.
He uses enzymes, a variety of oils, amino acids, botanicals, amygdalin (laetrile), shark and bovine cartilage, intravenous infusions, chelation, a variety of adjunctive therapies, hormone balancing, hydrazine sulfate, and if necessary, he refers patients to a holistic dentist to have mercury amalgams removed as part of an overall detoxification program.
One of the approaches he has been using in conjunction with A.P. John Institute is CAAT.
This clinic is written up in Burton Goldberg's book The Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer.
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