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Recurrent Breast Cancer Treatment

Recurrent breast cancer occurs when lethal cancer cells return or spread to nearby lymph nodes, liver, bone, lungs, or brain -- even after a patient has undergone an aggressive first-line therapy, often including the removal of a breast!

Successful recurrent breast cancer treatment must accomplish two vitally important objectives:

  • Greatly reduce, shrink, or cause tumor death, via minimally-invasive procedures that lead to full cancer remission, and;
  • Invoke systemic cancer immunization -- via autologous tumor antigen formations -- which serves to activate a more aggressive T cell response and overall cancer immunity structure.

ICCA offers customized treatment programs at its cancer treatment center of America facilities in either California or Baja California, Mexico:

  • Low-dose Radiation – to destroy lethal cancer stem cells that have survived conventional cancer treatment (leading to cancer metastases).
  • Live Cell Tumor Profiling – assay live tumor cells to ascertain the most effective medicine for provoking tumor death.
  • Tumor-Targeted Immunotherapy - enhance autologous immune response via a small number of cytokines injected directly into the tumor mass.
  • Autologous Dendritic Cell Vaccine - prevent cancer cells from spreading to surrounding tissue or organs to strengthen and stimulate the immune system to recognize and fight invading cancer cells.
  • Systemic Detoxification – to complement natural healing by removing harmful metals and minerals that have built up from external pollutants.
  • Toxic-free Therapies – Target cancerous cancer cells while still keeping vital tissues and organs healthy. These treatments work to strengthen the body and complement other principles rather than compromise the immune system and create debilitating side effects.
  • Microwave/Cryo Tumor Ablation (tumor removal) once tumors have shrunk significantly in size, shape, and mass.
  • Anti-neoplastic coverage to prevent further metastases.
  • Immuno-enhancement.
  • Metabolic Adjuvancy (mandelonitrile, hyperbaric oxygen).
  • Symptomatic Support therapeutic medications when indicated.
  • Vitamins, Supplements, Enzyme Support.
  • Blood Balancing Support.
  • Chiropractic Support.

Our ICCA cancer team consists of medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists, and pathologists dedicated to placing your cancer into full remission.

Recurrent breast cancer can occur when lethal cancer cells spread to glands, liver, bone, lungs, or brain.

Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for breast cancer recurrence to start as soon as a few months after completing your first-line therapy! This can worsen if well-intended oncologists attempt to treat your recurrence the same way they treated your primary breast cancer which, very often produces marginal patient outcomes at best!

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Why does this happen?

Because recurrent breast cancer is considered incurable by many U.S./Canadian cancer centers, so often the primary treatment objective is to slow progression, relieve pain or symptoms, or in some instances, extend your life.

Naturally, many well-intended oncologists face a serious dilemma; should they use strong a combination of chemotherapy in the hope they can eliminate the disease in the liver, bones, lungs, etc., recognizing the poor likelihood of a cure, or should they manage the disease with mild treatments, hoping to preserve the quality of the time for what time the patient has left?

As a cancer patient, please take great comfort in knowing that ICCA is a 40-year, trusted breast cancer treatment center that is dedicated to EXTENDING life, RELIEVING pain and its symptoms, and the ELIMINATION of lethal cancer stem cells that cause recurrence all with minimal discomfort to the patient!


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