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The Treatment Program

We believe that cancer treatment should be both effective and safe, based on high-quality, scientific evidence as well as results seen in clinical practice. To that end, we have found that an integrative approach is optimal.

This approach entails integrating (combining) treatments from conventional/mainstream medicine as well as natural/alternative medicine, in a personalized way tailored to each patient’s unique cancer diagnosis and treatment goals. Many patients contact our office wanting an exclusively “natural” cancer treatment, but contrary to what you might read online, an effective method of consistently curing cancer in this manner does not yet exist. We highly recommend against such an approach.

Our Integrative Cancer Treatment Program Overview:

Our 12 week integrative cancer treatment program consists of three phases. We believe it took years for your body to develop cancer — and you cannot expect to effectively treat it in just a few weeks.

  • Phase 1 — Weeks 1-4 are in-office treatments (5 days per week)
  • Phase 2 — Weeks 5-8 are home-based treatments
  • Phase 3 — Weeks 9-12 are in-office treatments (5 days per week

Below is a general framework for the treatments we utilize in our program. Because we do not believe in a one-size-fits-all program, the specific details of the treatment protocol will vary from patient to patient.

Phase 1 (Weeks 1-4): In-office

  • Fractionated chemotherapy with insulin potentiation therapy (IPT)
  • Local hyperthermia
  • Sono-photodynamic therapy
  • Mistletoe therapy
  • Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF)
  • Lymphatic drainage therapy
  • Mind-body therapy
  • Physician consultation
  • Lab testing

Phase 2 (Weeks 5-8): At home

  • Home treatment protocol typically consisting of oral chemotherapy, repurposed medications, and supplements
  • These four weeks strive to achieve a balance between continued treatment and allowing the body time to rest and recover
  • Weekly call with our patient coordinator and/or nurse depending on your needs
  • Two (2) mind-body therapy sessions (via phone or Zoom)
  • One (1) physician consultation
  • Labs and imaging as necessary during this phase, to evaluate progress made during Phase 1 and also provide information regarding treatment planning for Phase 3

Phase 3 (Weeks 9-12): In-office

  • Fractionated chemotherapy with insulin potentiation therapy (IPT)
  • Local hyperthermia
  • Sono-photodynamic therapy
  • Mistletoe therapy
  • Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF)
  • Lymphatic drainage therapy
  • Mind-body therapy
  • Physician consultation
  • Lab testing


We must set some ground rules:

  • All of the above treatments represent a departure from the established, proven standard of care. Your decision to pursue any or all of the above therapies represents some level of risk on your part.
  • With that said, it is important to note that all of the above treatments have evidence supporting their use for the purposes of cancer treatment.
  • We offer these therapies as an option for patients who have elected not to pursue the standard of care, for a variety of reasons.
  • We absolutely refuse to offer any treatments which are illegal, dangerous, or risky, or which have no scientific evidence supporting their use.
  • It is impossible to look into the future and know what treatment outcomes will be. As a result, we cannot promise a cure, remission, absence of side effects, etc. Although it would be nice to predict a “success rate” or “cure rate” for each specific patient, we feel that it would be unfair, if not unethical, to make such predictions for each patient as there are many variables to consider.
  • We make our best effort to only accept patients whom we feel we can help and frequently refuse care to those who are unlikely to benefit from our therapies.

We encourage you to research all of your treatment options thoroughly before making a final decision. We are very proud of the high quality, forward-thinking integrative cancer care we provide, which is built on a foundation of honesty and integrity. However, we fully realize that this care is not for everyone. If you feel that you are a good candidate for what we do, we look forward to hearing from you!


Our 12-week, three-phase program cost is USD 80,000.

This cost includes everything* you will need at our center (tests, labs, treatments, supplements, consults, etc.) but does not include external costs such as travel, lodging, and food. Please get in touch with us at (770) 651-0141 if you have any questions.

*Because our patients are traveling to our clinic from all over the world, we cannot include travel, lodging, or food costs.

Please refer to our How to Fund Your Cancer Treatment page for suggestions on raising money for our program.






What is Integrative Oncology?

There are many approaches to treating cancer. The Center for Advanced Medicine believes integrative oncology combines the best aspects of two seemingly contradictory branches of medicine.

Nutrition and Cancer

There are now many scientific studies that show nutrition does make a difference in cancer treatment and prevention. By practicing integrative oncology, we make room for the importance of nutrition in any cancer treatment plan.

Giving Back

Our founder and medical director, Dr. Jonathan Stegall, feels strongly that he has a responsibility, as a physician and a Christian, to give back. He not only wants to leave a legacy of hope and healing to his patients but also to the world around him.


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