Approximately 1 out of 2 people will get a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. Learn how to stop cancer before it’s unstoppable!
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About the Curriculum
Advanced Early Detection Strategies & Testing Options is the first module of the Cancer Free University. It is divided into 15 easy to understand, yet comprehensive interviews with experts. Additionally, you have 2 bonus interviews with Nasha Winters, ND and breast cancer survivor Shirley Williams. Here is a breakdown of what you can expect from each interview:
Course 1: CA Profile - Learn about this simple and effective blood test that is an early screening test for cancer. Emil Schandl, MD, PhD, Director for American Metabolic Laboratories, explains how the test looks for 7 indicators of cancer that can both identify pre-cancerous conditions and monitor a known cancer.
Course 2: ONCOblot - This highly sensitive blood test looks for a protein called ENOX2 that is only produced by cancer cells and shed into the bloodstream. Detect cancer as early as stage 0 (as small as 2 millimeters). David Taggart, PhD, Director of Research for ONCOblot Labs, reveals how it can identify 25 different types of cancer including breast, colon, prostate, lung, uterine, pancreatic, melanoma, leukemia, thyroid.
Course 3: Quantitative ENOX2 - This test, developed by Rick Davis, MD of QuickLab™, detects and measures ENOX2 in the blood. ENOX2 is a tunor marker that’s only measurable in the blood when cancer is present. Learn how this test can be used to evaluate if your therapy is working, or to find cancer early!
Course 4: Biocept - This test represents a new advance in testing, the “liquid biopsy.” This is a blood test – no tissue biopsy required. Mike Nall, President and CEO of Biocept, Inc., explains how it can identify the biomarkers on cancer cells and tell you how many circulating tumor cells are in the blood. Test results will also tell you what pharmaceutical agents may be effective and identify potential clinical trials.
Course 5: Foundation Medicine - If you have a cancer diagnosis, learn from Amy Macalintal-Gonsalves of Foundation Medicine about 3 tests that can be used to match you with appropriate drugs and clinical trials. Learn why it pays to know what the genomics of your cancer are at the time you initiate treatment. The results also can be used to create an integrative approach.
Course 6: AMAS - This "anti-malignin antibody in serum" blood test is especially good for looking for recurrence of cancer, according to Samuel Bogoch, MD, PhD of Oncolab, Inc. The AMAS test measures an antibody level that rises as malignant cells grow.
Course 7: Nagalase - In this interview with Rick Davis, MD of QuickLab™ Corporation, we discuss a simple blood test to evaluate tumor burden, aggressiveness, disease progression, and response to therapy.
Course 8: Rational Therapeutics - Your living tissue gives a real-time snapshot of how your tumor will respond to treatment with different drugs. This interview with a leading cancer researcher, Robert Nagourney, MD will help you identify treatments based upon your own personal biology.
Course 9: Research Genetic Cancer Center (RGCC) - Ray Hammon, DC, NMD of RGCC-USA explains how to use different tests to develop personalized treatment with drugs and natural substances. Find out if your treatment is working. Find out if you are really cancer free after treatment or even find cancer before the lump or bump.
Course 10: Immune Testing - How strong is your immune system? Jesse Stoff, MD, HMD reveals how testing can measure your level of natural killer cells and other components of the immune system.
Course 11: EarlyCDT Lung - Up to 80% of lung cancers are typically diagnosed at late stage. This is an early detection test, a simple blood test for auto-antibodies that can detect lung cancer up to 4 years before a tumor is visible. Hear from Greg Stanley, President of Oncimmune, how this test is an alternative to a tissue biopsy.
Course 12: OralID - Robert J. Whitman, CEO of OralID™ , tells us why a dental checkup is for more than just making sure that you've got pearly whites. Using an optical technology, your dentist – even your ENT doctor – can look inside the mouth to identify oral cancer and pre-cancer before they are visible to the naked eye. This is a great test because 63% of oral cancers are typically diagnosed at late stages.
Course 13: Mammograms - If you're a woman in the United States, a mammogram has almost always been your first option for detection of breast cancer. In this interview with Ben Johnson, MD, DO, NMD find out why this X-ray test does not deserve to be the primary screening test for breast cancer, despite heavy promotion for it.
Course 14: Advanced Thermography - Learn about Dan Beilin’s thermography technique, the AlfaSight 9000, that uses heat in a new way. It looks for systemic inflammation of tissue by evaluating multiple temperature points on the body.
Course 15: Pap & HPV - How much do you know about HPV? Are vaccines really helping you prevent cervical cancer? Felice L. Gersh, MD talks candidly about testing and vaccines for cervical cancer and how to make sense of the shifting recommendations on how often to get tested.
Course 16: Cancer Consultants (Bonus) - In this bonus interview, Nasha Winters, ND, LAc of Optimal Terrain Consulting explains how a cancer consultant can help you explore your options, simplify the research, and develop a personalized roadmap as you navigate the cancer system.
Course 17: The Power of Faith (Bonus) - In this bonus interview, Shirley Williams, author of Stage 4 Cancer Gone!, shares her personal testimony of healing and faith that moved her from terminal illness to optimal health.