You may want to contact Tori Hudson's office in Portland. Her VagPak may be worth considering. There is a write up about her protocols in the book "Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer" by John Diamond and Burton Goldberg. It is packed with information and gives write ups on some clinics. It is an expensive book, though, so you might want to see if your local library has it. Or, there is a condensed version called Cancer Diagnosis, What to Do Next, but it doesn't give the clinic write ups. She is well known for her work with women's issues and has some good products to consider. I believe she may have trained some doctors on her approach.
A Woman's Time - Menopause Options and Natural Medicine"
2067 NW Lovejoy
Portland, OR 97209
503-222-2322 or visit her website: www.awomanstime.citysearch.com/.
You could also talk to Gary Tunsky in Houston, Texas is a naturopath/nutritionist - 281-587-6100 - He can also help over the phone or in person. We have heard good things about him.
Oasis of Hope in Mexico at www.oasisofhope.com - 888-500-4673. Call and arrange for a free phone consultation with one of the doctors. They are inpatient and have treated over 100,000 patients in the last 36 years, even late stage cancers. Strong religious bend to this facility. They can be a bit more expensive than other approaches, but they have successfully treated many cancers, even harder to treat cancers. This is a hospital and does look like one. They can handle just about anything that could come up.
There are a number of naturopaths listed at www.naturopathic.org - they can often help do integrated programs as well as putting together an alternative approach.