Cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells destroy body tissue by dividing uncontrollably. These cells form when there is an error in the mechanism that regulates the cell cycle.
The three most common cancer in the United States, as per NIH cancer statistics:
- Breast cancer
- Lung cancer
- Prostate cancer
It is crucial to address an individual's needs throughout the cancer trajectory and assist your loved ones to overcome many challenges that may follow.
About Cancer Support Program
A cancer diagnosis can change the life of someone who is diagnosed with cancer forever. The experience often changes people’s viewpoint about life, as many questions and concerns arise from the time of diagnosis and in the years that follow
Our Cancer Support Program provides ongoing care to patients which can go a long way towards meeting one of the most important needs during the process of recovery and maintaining one’s health
Our team at Regenerative Medical Group are medical experts at the top of their fields and are of a variety of disciplines: Physicians, Pharmacists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, and Kinesiologists. We all work toward providing you with high-quality care.
The services that we provide can aid in improving the quality of life and can manage the side effects; these services include:
IV infusion with vitamins and minerals can help patients improve their quality of life by boosting immunity and reducing inflammation in the body
A patient diagnosed with cancer could experience deterioration in attention, memory, and visual skills which are directly associated with cancer treatment-induced neurological problems Brain training can help mitigate the effects on the brain post-traditional treatment
We provide certain peptides which are a powerful modulators of immunity and inflammation. It can be used as an aid for chemotherapy-induced side effects.
The immune system does more than protect the body against illness and infection, some cells of the immune system can recognize cancer cells as abnormal and kill them.
The importance of the immune system for people with cancer:
- It can weaken the immune system
- cancer treatments might weaken the immune system
- the immune system may help to fight cancer
Cancer can weaken the immune system by spreading into the bone marrow. The bone marrow makes blood cells that help to fight infection. This happens most often in certain types of cancer.
The level of this naturally-occurring peptide may increase your immune response, which in turn can help minimize damage and promote healing.
How Does TheTreatment Work?
Our Cancer Support program can be planned around your schedule, so you can come in weekly or bi-weekly, as recommended by your physician. Providing consistent support through periodic infusions helps you keep your recovery on the right track.
What does it Include?
What Is Our Treatment Plan?
We provide personalized treatment plans according to your needs, which include providing -
Immunotherapy is a form of cancer treatment that harnesses the body's own immune system to prevent, control, and eradicate the disease.
Immunotherapy works by activating immune system cells like T-lymphocytes to identify abnormal or defective cells and eliminate them before they turn into tumors
Immunotherapy can help:
- Train the immune system to identify and target specific cancer cells
- Boost immune cells to aid in the fight against cancer
- Supplement the body with additional nutrients to help boost the immune system's response
The benefits you receive from Immunotherapy:
- Immunotherapy can help with different types of cancer
- Long-term cancer eradication may be possible with immunotherapy
- Immunotherapy may not have the same adverse implications as chemotherapy or radiation.
All the patients will be given immunotherapy, peptides & injections
Some patients may be treated with immunotherapy alone, while others may be treated with immunotherapy in combination with other therapies, depending on the type and stage of cancer (i.e. chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation therapy).
You may receive the therapy which may last for two to three weeks. Immunotherapy works by forcing the immune system to target the tumor, which means that visible signals of tumor shrinking may take longer.
Throughout treatment, your physician will monitor your progress, but it may take weeks or even months for your immune system to respond.
Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy (IVIG)
This therapy can help you strengthen your immune system and stay healthy. IVIG gives you the antibodies that your body is not making on its own so you can fight infection.
Possible effects post-traditional treatment for cancer
- Anemia (low red blood cell counts)
- Appetite changes
- Chemo brain can affect concentration and focus
- Easy bruising and bleeding
- Hair loss
- Mood changes
- Mouth, tongue, and throat problems such as sores and pain with swallowing
- Nausea and vomiting
- Peripheral neuropathy or other nerve problems, such as numbness, tingling, and pain
- Skin and nail changes such as dry skin and color change
- Urine and bladder changes and kidney problems
- Weight changes
Follow-Up Care Plan
We understand the importance of patient follow-up care. Our team of medical experts will follow up with the patients at least every 3 months for a year to review a clinical synopsis which provides a comprehensive healthcare review from our team of medical experts.
We want to stand by you to support you and your loved ones throughout the process of recovery. We aim to provide individualized care with a personal touch to restore hope and quality of life to those whose lives have been adversely impacted by cancer
We will ensure that you receive the treatment and support that you need to overcome any difficulties.