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How to Fund Your Cancer Treatment

The Center for Advanced Medicine recognizes the importance of accessible funding options for patients seeking advanced cancer treatments. We’re committed to supporting patients in navigating the financial aspects of their healthcare journey, ensuring that quality care remains within reach.

Life Insurance Appraisal

An innovative financial solution that utilizes your existing life insurance policy, whereby cancer patients may turn a life insurance policy into immediate cash.


Home Mortgage

For those owning a home, taking a home mortgage seems to be a significant way to obtain funds to pay for treatments.


GoFundMe is an example of raising funds through networking and crowdfunding. Others seek out foundations or grants for treatments.

Samaritan Ministries

Samaritan Ministries is a valuable resource for patients seeking advanced cancer treatments. Samaritan Ministries, a health share program chosen by many instead of traditional health insurance, has consistently reimbursed patients up to 100% for our program costs, based on our past experiences. While we cannot guarantee this outcome upfront, our history with Samaritan Ministries suggests a promising avenue for those seeking financial support for their cancer treatment journey.


Integrative Oncology Reimagined

Dr. Jonathan Stegall extends a comprehensive suite of treatment solutions, encompassing both traditional and innovative approaches to oncology. The priority lies in empowering patients to seize control over their health, steering their journey towards healing, and achieving the pinnacle of integrative cancer care. Integrating both conventional and alternative therapies, the practice is designed to tailor a unique path for each individual, emphasizing personalization, evidence, and ethics, all while changing the way cancer treatment is approached and administered.

Dose Matters

Low Dose Chemotherapy continues to be a force for treatment evolution in Oncology. Dose defines the difference between medicine and poison, help or harm.

Mind-Body Medicine

Modern studies continue to illuminate the complex and powerful role that the mind plays in immunomodulation and inflammation regulation

Scientists have been questioning the “more is better” approach to chemotherapy for quite some time. The way we use chemo differs dramatically from conventional oncology. There are several distinct advantages to this approach of giving smaller doses more often.

Insulin potentiation therapy, or IPT, affects the metabolism of cancer cells, making them more sensitive to chemotherapy agents (thus the reason for using significantly less chemotherapy). While we do not think it is appropriate for everyone, it can be an option for patients who have either failed full-dose chemotherapy previously, are not candidates for full-dose chemotherapy or who prefer to try a gentler and safer approach. Learn More


The lymphatic system plays a key role in the immune system’s ability to do its job, while also helping the body’s detoxification efforts. Lymphatic drainage therapy aims to address lymphatic congestion so that the lymphatic system can work optimally. Learn More


We know there is a real connection between our thoughts and emotions and our immune system. But what about cancer? Harnessing the power of the mind has significant therapeutic implications when fighting cancer. It turns out that our mental and emotional state can impact cancer treatment. Learn More


Viscum (the genus that mistletoe belongs to) use for cancer is mentioned in the literate starting in the early 1900s. Dr. Ita Wegman around 1920 first developed its use as an injectable agent for cancer. Research has subsequently shown that Viscum has several notable effects. Learn More

Research supports the importance of nutrition as it relates to cancer, but unfortunately most oncologists don’t incorporate it into their treatment recommendations. We are changing that.

Did you know that there are medications other than chemotherapy which have shown promise as anticancer agents? Such medications were approved for a non-cancer indication, but found in subsequent research to target cancer cells in a unique way. In an effort to target cancer as thoroughly as possible, we willingly utilize some of these medications in our treatment protocols. Because they are not FDA approved to treat cancer, we are using them in repurposed fashion. Repurposing medications entails using them in “off-label” fashion for a use which is separate from its FDA approved indication. Learn More


Cancer cells have been shown to have an abnormal resonance that differs from normal, healthy cells. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) is a simple, painless, and non-invasive way to address abnormal resonance in cancer cells. In addition, PEMF has been shown to assist in making cell membranes more permeable. Learn More


Sono-photodynamic therapy, or SPDT, combines sound (sono) and light (photo) to target cancer cells. A sensitizing agent is infused, which collects inside cancer cells and make them susceptible to specific frequencies of sound and wavelengths of light. These non-toxic treatments harm cancer cells by creating reactive oxygen species (ROS). Learn More



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