Integrative medicine – Oncology – does not replace traditional medicine. Its objective is to work I synergy to offer collaboration with evidence-based therapies that can bring empowerment, whole-care and greater choices to move forward to a journey of healing and wellbeing.
“THE OBJECTIVE OF CANCER CARE IS TO ADD LIFE TO THE YEARS MORE THAN YEARS TO THE LIFE.”
Dr. Mike Cusnir – Committment to Integrative Medicine
Dr. Mike Cusnir is also making integrative medicine a part of his practice by graduating from the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine in October of 2012. This fellowship, created by Andrew Weil, MD in 2000, has achieved international recognition as the leading integrative medical education program in the world. He has authored and published multiple peer review articles on the field and he has also presented his research in the most prestigious American and European medical meetings. He has completed the first clinical study of the benefits of miracle fruit for cancer patients whose chemotherapy drugs leave an unpleasant taste in their mouth. His research has gained the attention of major media outlets being featured, among many other, on CNN and The New York Times. You can connect with Dr. Mike Cusnir on Twitter.