February 2006 | Oncology

feb06.pdf_1_thumbWhen Drugs Meet Nutraceuticals: Cytochrome P450 Interactions………………………..>>cover
Tina Kaczor, ND


Abnormal Cell Growth in Light of Naturopathic Philosophy…………………………..>> bottom of cover
Arlan Cage, ND, MSOM, MS


Vulvar Intraepithelial Neoplasia (VIN)………………………>> 8
Case study of VIN including factors, signs and
symptoms and a naturopathic approach to the
treatment.


Equal Parts Naturopathy, Love and Determination: Cancer Prevention and Treatment…………………………..>> 9
Integrative biological assessment and naturopathic treatment program for a patient diagnosed with ductal carcinoma of the breast.


Agaricaus blazei Murrill (AbM): Medicinal Properties and Constituents……………………….>> 12


Taxus Brevifolia (Pacific Yew) and Cancer………………………………>>14
It is time for naturopathic physicians to reclaim this natural resource and perform the clinical trials necessary to prove that a crude extract is beneficial for cancer patients.


The Role of Aromatherapeutic Therapies in the Treatment of Cancer……………………………>> 15
In the hands of a practitioner who utilizes mind-body modalities, aromatherapy can be a very useful tool for the oncology patient.


The Green Corner…………………>> 16
Nutritional Deficiency Impacts Risk of Arsenic Metabolism; Acute Effects of a Fungal Volatile Compound; Website for Cosmetic Ingredient’s Toxicity


Eye of the Hurricane: Surviving Cancer, Treating Cancer…………………………>> 17
This doctor has taken a journey from being a Hollywood film maker with cancer to being an Oregon naturopathic physician who treats people with cancer.


Naturopathic News…………………>> 18


Special Report: The Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians
OncANP Letter to the Profession
OncANP President’s Award
OncANP Progress Report
OncANP Research Report


Harold Dick: Pioneer of Naturopathic Oncology………………………>> 20


Expanding Your Practice: Where Practice Growth Really Begins……………………………………>> 23
This month we are going to evaluate whether your thoughts are serving or sabotaging your goals.

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