The body’s own complex immune system is the first and best line of
defense against cancer.
If the immune system is well-balanced, it can control, reduce and even eliminate cancers. Therefore, at Quantum Immunotherapy our prime objective is to optimize the immune system to control and eliminate cancers.
Optimization of the Immune System
We evaluate a patient’s immune system in accordance with our proprietary methodology.
We enhance the immune system by providing and balancing factors needed to achieve optimal function.
Although total cure is sometimes reached, many patients control their cancers with our Immunotherapy, leading to significantly longer life and improved quality of life.
Typically, cancer patients arriving at the Clinic have an imbalance of immune system components we have found to be essential to the control and combating of cancer. The immunotherapy protocol is designed to optimize these critical immune factors.
Our protocol involves the daily administration of small amounts of proprietary serums to achieve optimal balance and synchrony of the immune system. This begins in the first few days at the Clinic after testing is completed.
Aside from minor fatigue that some (not all) patients experience when first starting treatment, there are NO side effects whatsoever to the therapy. Our unique immunotherapy treatment is totally non-toxic.
Each patient’s treatment plan is individualized by testing throughout the initial visit which generally lasts several weeks. Departing patients take a supply of immunotherapy serums to self-administer at home along with detailed instructions regarding methods and dosages for home maintenance.
Patients often return 4-6 months later for a shorter “tune-up” visit of up to 2 weeks to ascertain if their therapy is still optimized for their own individual health status. Control and/or remission of cancer along with significant improvement in the quality of life are very common results of our treatment.
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Real Patient Success Stories:
“They discovered it was mesothelioma. The surgeon that did the biopsy said only that I was going to die……I began to look for information on the Internet. Everything that I found was negative.”
Multiple Myeloma Cancer
“I was told I had a year to live and was told I needed a bone marrow transplant. After hearing the description and I would have to go through I said I can’t do that…I realized that the United States doesn’t offer what other countries in the world do.”
“In 1990 I was 32 years old and I found that I had non-Hodgkin lymphoma large cell type B… The doctors in the states gave me no hope but I had hope because I was aware of the clinic”