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The Moss Report
37 minutes | Jul 20, 2022
“Can Homeopathy Fight Cancer?” with Dana Ullman, MPH
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Dr. Ralph Moss speaks with Dana Ullman, MPH, CCH, about the role of homeopathy in cancer treatment. Moss and Ullman discuss an important journal article, which appeared in “The Oncologist” (whose editor-in-chief is a prominent oncologist, Bruce Chabner, MD). This article concluded that personalized homeopathic treatment added to conventional therapy could improve the quality of life and extend the survival of people with lung cancer. Dana Ullman, MPH, CCH is considered one of the world’s leading advocates for homeopathy and speaks with Moss about the importance of integrative care that includes the use of micro-doses of various substances. For more information, see www.homeopathic.com or https://homeopathicfamilymedicine.com/
51 minutes | Jul 6, 2022
Rache Simmons on Cryoablation for Breast Cancer!
Rache Simmons, MD, is a distinguished surgeon at Weill-Cornell Medical School. She is a graduate of Duke University and Duke University Medical School. In this episode, Simmons discusses her approach to provide minimally invasive and cosmetically superior breast surgical care using cryoablation and explains how the close communication among the physicians and health professionals involved in the care of each patient is fundamental to achieving excellent outcomes and the highest quality of life after treatment.
42 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
Vitamin D and Cancer with William B. Grant, PhD
In this episode, Dr. Ralph Moss talks with William Grant, PhD, one of the leading experts on vitamin D and cancer. Grant is the founding director of Sunlight, Nutrition, and Health Research Center (SUNARC) of San Francisco. He has a doctorate in physics from the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Grant is the author of ~300 PubMed-listed articles on vitamins, 163 of which concern the relationship of vitamin D to cancer.
48 minutes | Jun 8, 2022
Natural Compounds for a Suppression-Centric Anticancer Strategy
Myfanwy J. Webb, Ph.D is a Conjoint Fellow in the School of Medicine and Public Health College of Health, Medicine and Wellbeing at the University of Newcastle, Australia. After being diagnosed with the highly aggressive, triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), Webb began a quest to find the nutritional factors that could counteract this disease. She focused on the all-important cancer stem cells (CSCs) and devised a program of nutritional supplements that were most likely to suppress those stem cells. For more information, see www.TargetCancerNaturally.com
39 minutes | May 25, 2022
Patient Navigation with Elisabeth Schuler
In this episode, Rachael Moss talks with patient advocate Elisabeth Schuler about how to make the most of your visits, how to go in feeling prepared, and how to manage the logistics of a diagnosis without feeling like you’re in over your head. Patient advocates can be a loved one, or a hired professional who helps sort through a diagnosis, looks into treatment options, points toward resources, spends time talking with healthcare companies, and is available for the questions that brief doctor’s visits may not answer.
43 minutes | May 11, 2022
Patrick Quillin, PhD, RD, CNS on Diet and Nutrition
Patrick Quillin, PhD, RD, CNS, is a well-known expert in the area of nutrition and cancer. He has 40 years experience as a clinical nutritionist, of which 10 years were spent as the Vice President of Nutrition for Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), where he worked with thousands of cancer patients in multiple hospital settings. According to Quillin, cancer has escalated from a once obscure disease to a leading cause of death worldwide. Chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery may reduce tumor burden but do not change the underlying causes of the disease.
37 minutes | Apr 27, 2022
My Journey with Breast Cancer with Huwayda (Hoda) Alfaqih
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Rachael Moss speaks with breast cancer thriver, Hoda Alfaqih. She shares her story of the life that led to her diagnosis, and how she has changed and grown since tackling it head-on.
54 minutes | Apr 13, 2022
Taofeek Owonikoko, MD, PhD on Lung and Thyroid Cancers and Early Phase Drug Development
Dr. Taofeek Owonikoko is a Professor and Vice Chair for Faculty Development in the Department of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Emory University, Atlanta. He is also a Georgia Research Alliance Distinguished Cancer Scientist. Owonikoko received his medical degree from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Nigeria in 1991 and a doctoral degree in Anatomic Pathology from the Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany in 2000. He has been on faculty at Emory University since 2008 and has focused on lung cancer, thyroid cancer as well as early phase drug development.
59 minutes | Apr 6, 2022
Dan Rubin, ND on Naturopathic Oncology
Dan Rubin, ND, of Scottsdale, Arizona, is one of the leading naturopathic physicians in the United States. His naturopathic oncology practice has been an integral part of the Phoenix metropolitan medical community for the past 20 years. A graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM) in 1997, Rubin founded the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP). The OncANP represented a revolution for the field of naturopathic oncology providing, for the first time, definition, validation, and standardization of the field of naturopathic oncology. Since that time Rubin has been an internationally recognized naturopathic oncologist.
39 minutes | Mar 30, 2022
Stress and the Cancer Mindset with Author, Brandon LaGreca
In this episode, Rachael Moss speaks with Brandon LaGreca LAc, MAcOM about the importance of mindset when it comes to cancer. Brandon LaGreca is a licensed acupuncturist in Wisconsin who is nationally certified in Oriental medicine. In 2015, he was diagnosed with stage 4 non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). Eight months later, he had a complete remission following an integrative medicine protocol that included immunotherapy. This was achieved without the use of chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery. LaGreca also shares his thoughts at www.EmpoweredPatientBlog.com.
54 minutes | Mar 23, 2022
The Other Half of Cancer Treatment with Will LaValley, MD
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Ralph Moss speaks with Will LaValley, MD, about his personalized approach to treating cancer. Dr. LaValley is a leading practitioner of Molecular Integrative Oncology (MIO), a science-based approach to integrative cancer treatment. As he states on his website, “Chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery are an important part of most cancer treatments. Dr. LaValley’s integrative, personalized protocols are the other half of cancer treatment.” Dr. LaValley has been a fully licensed medical doctor in Texas and Nova Scotia Canada since 1988. https://lavalleymdprotocols.com/the-science/
52 minutes | Mar 16, 2022
Antioxidants for Cancer with Oncological Pioneer Dr. Keith Block
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Ralph Moss talks integrative oncology with Keith Block, MD. It is difficult to imagine the field of integrative oncology without pioneer, Dr. Keith Block. Based in the Chicago area for over 40 years ago, Block and his wife, Penny Block, PhD, innovated the use of the best of “alternative medicine” for cancer treatments combined with standard practices of the time. Fast forward to today and he has established himself as a preeminent scholar on the use of foods and food supplements for cancer in combination with conventional treatments. Antioxidants in particular have been the source of considerable disagreement in the scientific community, with some doctors claiming that they undermine the effectiveness of conventional treatments. However, Block has shown through his scholarly research and his own medical practice that there is no pattern of a negative impact on patients’ health, and in fact, show a variety of profound benefits. The Block Center for Integrative Cancer Treatment in Skokie fights cancer by addressing the underlying molecular accidents that initiate and support it. A recognized pioneer in integrative cancer treatment, the Block Center sets the standard in the U.S. for the integration of science-based strategies that, together, can help you beat the odds and put “life over cancer” (the title of his book). Block is a graduate of the University of Florida in Gainesville and the University of Miami School of Medicine in Coral Gables. He did his residency at the Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago. He was a disciple of Robert S. Mendelsohn, MD, author of Confessions of a Medical Heretic. Block is the founding editor-in-chief of the medical journal, Integrative Cancer Therapies, and is the author of 94 PubMed-indexed journal articles.
50 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Clinic Conversations: Canada’s Integrated Health Clinic
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Dr. Moss interviews Dr. Parmar about his cancer clinics in Canada, and the improvements to survival rates from hyperthermia treatments. Gurdev Parmar, ND, is the Co-founder and Medical Director of the Integrated Health Clinic (IHC), which he runs with his wife and partner, Karen Parmar, ND. IHC is now, after 20 years, the largest naturopathic clinic in Canada, having treated over 15,000 people with cancer. The clinic specializes in hyperthermia using technology from Germany that Dr. Parmar successfully got federally approved in both Canada and Mexico. Dr. Parmar has published an extensive study showing that overall survival significantly improved when cancer patients added hyperthermia to their standard of care. Dr. Parmar recently opened a second location 10 minutes from the US border to better serve American patients looking for hyperthermia treatments. This new clinic opened its doors in White Rock, British Columbia on September 1st, 2021.
52 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
Repurposed Drugs for Cancer with Raymond Chang, M.D.
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D. speaks with Raymond Chang, M.D. about integrative oncology. Dr. Chang has long been a champion of off-label or repurposed drugs, such as Metformin, as cancer treatments. In his book, Beyond the Magic Bullet, he advocated a cocktail approach to treating cancer using combinations of various non-toxic therapies. Dr. Chang, who is trained in both Western medicine and traditional Eastern practices, is a pioneer in the field of alternative cancer therapies. His practice includes the use of traditional Chinese herbs, cellular immunotherapy, anti-parasitics drugs, and other off-label treatments. Dr. Chang received both his undergraduate and medical degree from Brown University and is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO). He is a fellow member of the Royal Society of Medicine. Dr. Chang currently practices at Meridian Medical Group on the east side of Manhattan. For more information about his research and recent publications, visit his website, http://meridianmedical.org. Production credit to Tom Carlson for their work on this technically difficult episode.
29 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Cancer Journey: Life is a Ride
In this episode of The Moss Report, Dr. Ralph Moss and co-host Rachael Moss interview Chris Joseph about his journey with cancer. In October 2016, at age 59, Chris Joseph learned he had third-stage pancreatic cancer. In the midst of the panic and tremendous fear that immediately ensued, he followed the doctor's orders without hesitation and underwent chemotherapy. Months of chemotherapy poisoned his body and nearly destroyed his spirit. With no immediate plan in mind, he fired his oncologist and embarked on an alternative path of recovery, including both natural and Western medicine immunotherapy--one that, against all odds, opened his eyes and healed him, both physically and spiritually. Over the last 33 years, Chris Joseph has started and managed three environmental consulting businesses, launched two fan-funded music record companies, and founded a non-profit charitable foundation. He has also dabbled in philanthropy, songwriting, magazine writing, and he is currently studying for his real estate license. He also adds 'author' to his list of accomplishments with his book, Life is a Ride, a tale of a man that turned a potential death sentence into a life embrace. A native of Los Angeles, Chris has lived in Southern California all of his life. He has two teenage boys, a wonderful girlfriend, and enjoys traveling, hiking, sports, music, and connecting with other people. His book “Life is a Ride” is available on Amazon.
46 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Clinic Conversations: Dr. Maharaj and Stem Cells
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Ralph W. Moss, PhD speaks with Dipnarine Maharaj, MD, about his Florida-based clinic and his latest research. An expert in immunology, Dr. Maharaj has conducted research on stem cell therapies for cancer, blood disorders, and diseases associated with aging. He has developed clinical protocols for the treatment of autoimmune disorders, cardiac diseases, strokes, Parkinson's disease, and Alzheimer' disease. He aims to educate the public on stem cells and their immune regenerative capabilities through his Advanced Stem Cell Education Program (ASTEP). Dr. Maharaj obtained his medical degree from the University of Glasgow Medical School, Scotland. He is the Founder and Medical Director of the South Florida Bone Marrow Stem Cell Transplant Institute, The Maharaj Institute of Immune Regenerative Medicine, and The Stem Cell Cryobank. He has had numerous publications in Blood, Journal of Clinical Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplantation, Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, British Medical Journal, British Journal of Hematology and Lancet. To learn more about his current research and institutional endeavors, visit the Maharaj Institute website here.
41 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Exploring Immunotherapy with Tibor Bakács
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Ralph Moss speaks with Dr. Bakács about his recent research into the problem of Immune-Related Adverse Events (IRAEs) caused by checkpoint inhibitor drugs. Dr. Bakács is both a medical doctor and a scientist with over 40 years of experience in the cancer field. He has written more than 80 scientific papers. He was formerly the Head of Immunology at The Hungarian National Institute of Oncology. Currently, he is a consultant at the Department of Probability, Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics, Hungarian Academy of Science, and is Chief Scientific Officer of HepC Therapeutics Inc. (Superinfection) and Pret Therapeutics, Ltd.
46 minutes | May 4, 2021
Clinic Conversations: Integrative Immune Oncology with Dr. Ralf Kleef
UPDATE: This podcast was recorded in May of 2021. We are sad to report that Dr. Ralf Kleef passed away December 6, 2021. He was a dear friend and colleague of Dr. Moss and will be greatly missed. Original episode description: Dr. Ralf Kleef is one of the world's leading experts in Immunotherapy. In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Dr. Moss speaks with Dr. Kleef about his work with Integrative Immune Oncology. They also discuss Dr. Kleef's paper evaluating the outcome of all of his patients receiving treatment over a 5-year period. This peer-reviewed paper is a groundbreaking accomplishment in the field of alternative medicine and the results have made waves in the cancer field. Dr. Kleef's involvement with immunotherapy goes back 30 years and includes time at the National Institute of Health, Memorial Sloan-Kettering, and working directly with major contributors to the field, such as Helen Coley-Nauts. Dr. Kleef is also heavily featured in the recent film "Immunotherapy: The Battle Within."
47 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Vitamin C, Quantum Physics, and the Metabolic Approach with Michael J Gonzalez
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Dr. Michael Gonzalez of the University of Puerto Rico shares his enthusiasm for the intersections of cancer and Quantum physics. In his conversation with Dr. Moss, they discuss a holistic approach to cancer treatment including consideration of Vitamin C, energy levels, and metabolism. Dr. Michael J. Gonzalez, BS, MS, MHSN, DSc, NMD, PhD, FANMA, FACN is a Professor at the Nutrition Program, School of Public Health in the Medical Sciences Campus, University of Puerto Rico and Adjunct faculty at the Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine. Dr. Gonzalez is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition and has authored over 250 scientific publications. He has obtained several research awards for his work on Nutrition, Supplementation, and Cancer. Doctor Gonzalez is a founder of InBioMed, leaders in the development of non-toxic chemotherapy treatments for cancer. The findings of their work with Intravenous Vitamin C as an anti-cancer agent, published in 2002, were confirmed by the NIH in 2005. They published the first Phase-I clinical study utilizing Intravenous Vitamin C for the treatment of terminal cancer patients in 2005, and also published in 2005, the most comprehensive review on Vitamin C and Cancer, as a follow-up on the work of two times Nobel Laureate, Dr. Linus C. Pauling. He has brought many new concepts into the scientific field, such as the Bio-energetic theory of carcinogenesis, the physiological modulation concept, the systemic saturation phenomenon of intravenous vitamin C, the metabolic and mitochondrial correction model for disease treatment and prevention. Dr. Gonzalez was inducted into the International Hall of fame of Orthomolecular Medicine in April 2016. He is one of the first Latino and Puerto Rican to be inducted into the International Hall of fame of Orthomolecular Medicine. Dr. Gonzalez is studying quantum physics to better understand energy and information, this includes laser therapy, exosomes, mitochondrial enhancement, and stem cells as therapeutic tools for degenerative diseases
42 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Clinic Conversations: Oasis of Hope, Tijuana, Mexico
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Dr. Moss speaks with Dr. Francisco Contreras and Daniel Kennedy about the Oasis of Hope clinic located in Tijuana. In this interview, they discuss the history of the clinic, their current approach, and where they’d like to see cancer treatments headed in the future. Oasis of Hope, the oldest CAM clinic for cancer in Mexico, has made headlines for their use of Laetrile, a treatment derived from apricot kernels that has been the subject of much controversy in the US. The clinic also utilizes chemotherapy, dendritic cell vaccines, immune therapies as well as targeted metabolic therapies.
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