An Introduction to Cannabis

Posted November 12th, 2015

When we received some questions about “Is Cannabis Effective Against Cancer” we thought it would be a relatively easy research piece. That was in March of this year and about 700 hours of interviews, reading, and watching video has transpired. Our findings have taken us down many paths, many times finding contradictory and often confusing […]

Oncology Massage: Supporting Cancer Patients

Posted October 28th, 2015

Massage is actually a healthcare intervention.  For cancer patients who have had surgery or lymph nodes removed, or are going through chemo or radiation, there are limitations and safety considerations with massage. Massage therapists with additional training in oncology massage have an informed understanding of cancer and how it can affect the human body; the […]


Medicinal Mushrooms – Support and Safety During Breast Cancer

Posted September 29th, 2015

Integrative oncology is really a patient, non-tumor centric treatment protocol. It leverages the benefits of many disciplines such as yoga, traditional Chinese medicine and exercise working in conjunction with conventional medicine. Mushrooms have a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In Japan, PSK, which is derived from mushrooms is routinely prescribed during and […]

Is Ayurveda the Answer to Women’s Health Issues?

Posted September 1st, 2015

Does the key to chronic health issues with women lie within the wisdom of a 5000 year old practice? Ayurveda comes from India and is the science of life ( Ayur=life, Veda=science or knowledge ). Long connected with the practice of Yoga, a sister science, it was left behind when Yoga came to the United […]

Insights Into Radical Remission

Insights Into Radical Remission

Posted August 7th, 2015

“Radical Remission” is a book by Kelly A. Turner, PhD. and details the 9 common factors of cancer remission that her research has uncovered.  Not intended as a recipe for success, nor a silver bullet by any means, this work is the result of years of interviews from around the world with cancer survivors and health […]

OncoLink Blogs: homeopathy

Homeopathy: What You Should Know

Posted July 22nd, 2015

Homeopathy is a system of medicine formulated over 200 years ago that employs very dilute substances to treat the root causes of disease, not just symptoms.

Nourishing the Body Through Surgery and Chemotherapy

Posted July 8th, 2015

Supporting the body during cancer treatment is a vital component of integrative oncology.

Herbal Support

Herbal Support and Safety During Breast Cancer

Posted June 15th, 2015

This video by Dr Lise Alschuler shares how herbal medicine safely fits into an integrative oncology model, particularly as it relates to breast cancer.

The Role of Exercise in Breast Cancer Recovery

Posted May 28th, 2015

The right exercise is a vital component of integrative oncology. There are different limits, demands and benefits for the various types and stages of cancer treatment and recovery.

Breast Cancer and Beauty Products

Posted May 12th, 2015

We live in an environment in which there are more and more man-made chemicals influencing our lives. One consideration is with the beauty products we put on our bodies daily. Our bodies are dealing with chemicals that were unheard of just a century ago. works with a number of health care professionals who are […]