Martin Milner, N.D., in Portland, Oregon is the medical director for The Center for Natural Medicine, Inc. He uses a naturopathic approach with nutritional and herbal supplementation, exercise, stress reduction, and dietary change. He discourages patients from constructing their own cancer treatment without consulting a physician trained in natural therapies, especially if they are already using conventional treatments.
His treatment may include the use of anti-parasitic herbs, astragalus, bromelain, cat's claw, green concentrates, echinacea, flaxseed oil, a hoxsey-like formula, homeopathic medications, hormones, hyperthermia, food concentrates, enzymes, Maitakae mushroom extract, Colonics, intravenous formulas, hydrazine sulfate, laetrile, shark products, and a number of supplements.
He also incorporates affirmations, counseling, meditation, family support, and a variety of mind/body therapies.
There is a write up on his approach in Burton Goldberg's book The Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer.
Martin Milner, MD.
1330 SE 39th Ave.
Portland OR 97214
Tel: (503) 232-1100
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