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This is the first large, human, interventional study that has indicted sugar as deadly for cancer patients.
TEMPE, AZ, April 24, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A seven-year study of cancer patients, by Dr. Colleen Huber, NMD and her team at Nature Works Best, an alternative cancer clinic in Tempe, Arizona, exposes a severe threat to the survival of cancer patients - the consumption of sweetened food or drink. Dr. Huber led a team of physicians in a seven-year study where cancer patients avoided all types of sugar, including honey, maple syrup, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, plant nectars, alcohol and fruit juices. This is the first large, human, interventional study that has indicted sugar as deadly for cancer patients. All previous reported studies were in mice, or retrospective, or in fewer than 20 human subjects.
Dr. Huber's nutrient IV infusions, together with a simple food plan, have achieved remission rates of 90% across all types and stages of cancer. Those who completed the treatments but continued to eat sugar had a remission rate of only 36%. This is less than half the rate of survival of the sugar avoiders who completed treatments. Click here to read the complete study that depicts the significant and unprecedented success achieved by the clinic over the past seven years.
The clinic's team of naturopathic medical doctors has administered more than 15,000 intravenous treatments over the last seven years. No other clinic, of any kind, has achieved such a high documented success rate. Patients arrive at the clinic with different types of cancer, sometimes with different co-morbidities, and different patterns of metastases. No cancer patients are excluded from the study, except those who continued the treatments for less than two weeks.
Dr. Colleen Huber is the founder and medical director of Nature Works Best, a natural cancer clinic in Tempe, Arizona that specializes in holistic and naturopathic treatments - no chemotherapy or radiation is used. Treatment is based on individualized oral and intravenous nutrient therapy and a simple food plan.
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