Advanced Clinical Naturopathic Oncology – New Westminster, BC, Canada (March 2015)

This  2 ½ day intensive course will provide detailed protocols for integrative support of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy,  and targeted therapies, as well as alternative medicine approaches to a wide range of cancers.

Dr. Neil McKinney

Dr. McKinney is a professor of naturopathic oncology, author, researcher and educator with over 39 years in the field.

From reading a pathology report to end-of-life care, all aspects of clinical practice in oncology will be explored.

Participants will learn exactly how to apply mistletoe therapy, medical cannabis, dichloroacetate, low-dose naltrexone and many other cutting-edge therapies.   Included is an electronic version of the latest revision of my oncology book, powerpoints, references and resource material on a thumbdrive.  There will be concise protocols and patient hand-outs on several advanced therapies.

The College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia – CNPBC –  has approved 15.5 general (Category C) CE hours, and the Quality Assurance Committee has accredited  2 of those hours as  Pharmacotherapy CE credits  (Category E).  

Other jurisdictions will usually approve the same hours for medical continuing education credits, as long as you get a certificate, send in the outline and my qualifications – but please check with your own State or Provincial regulator if in doubt.

Dates:  Friday  9 am March 27th  to Sunday, 12 noon March 29th ,  2015

Location: Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine    435 Columbia St #110, New Westminster, BC, Canada V3L 5N8

Fee:

  • Earlybird: $650 CDN before January 15, 2015
  • Regular:$750 after Jan 15, 2015
  • Students: 4th year ND students and residents $500  before Jan.15
  • Refund policy: 100 % before Jan. 15, 50% Jan. 15th until March 15, nil after March 15th.

Contact:  drneilmckinney@shaw.ca  for more information

TO ENROLL

call 250-386-3534 or toll-free within Canada 1-888-722-6401

10-4  Pacific time Monday-to Friday 

COURSE BREAKDOWN:                                                

Friday March 27th , 2015

9:00 am to -4:30 pm    The cancer problem and the naturopathic solution:

  • The biology of cancer, and the tumour environment.
  • Diagnosis of cancer.
  • Understanding pathology reports.
  • Naturopathic diet for cancer
  • Cancer Myths:   Acid / Alkaline balance and Oxygen
  • Leading remedies for integrative cancer care
  • Sample protocols
  • Specific adjuncts listed for various types of cancer

12:00 – 1:30  Lunch

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

  • Botanicals & Plant Extracts – includes IV use of mistletoe lectin injections.
  • Low Dose Natrexone LDN
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine  – herbs and acupoints.
  •  Energy Healing, Homeopathy, Psychology, Spirituality, Reiki healing

Saturday March 28th

9:00 am -12 noon. Integrative Medicine for Surviving Medical Oncology

  • Surgery Protocol
  • Treating Exposure to Radiation from Diagnostic Imaging
  • High Dose Radiotherapy Support
  • Treating Common Radiation Side-Effects Naturally
  • Managing Late and Chronic Effects of Radiation
  • Integrative Support for Chemotherapy
  • Specific Supports for Specific Chemo Drugs, with examples
  • Treating Common Chemo Toxicities
  • Detoxifying from chemo

12:00 – 1:30  Lunch

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

  • Dietetics and Supplements in Cancer
  • Weight-Loss & Metabolic Cachexia
  • Dichloroacetate DCA
  • Mitochondrial rescue
  • Foundation Protocols
  • Key Compounds for Key Targets
  • Integrative Care of Specific Cancers –Breast, Prostate, Colorectal, Lung, with sample protocols

Sunday March 29th

9:00 am  – 12:00 noon     From the General to the Specific  – Applied Naturopathic Oncology

  • Integrative Care of Specific Cancers –Ovarian, Uterine, Cervical, Skin, Brain, Lymphomas, Leukemias, Head & Neck, Renal, Bladder, Thyroid, and Sarcoma, with sample protocols
  • Integrative Pharmacological Remedies and  Drug Interactions with Natural Medicines
  • Naturopathic Medicine for Cancer Morbidity and Mortality
  •  Cancer Prevention Strategies
  • Scientific References

 

Accommodations Dr. McKinney recommends:

 

GetProductImagesThe Met Hotel

411 Columbia St

New Westminster, BC V3L 1A9

themethotel.com

(604) 520-3815

 

Inn At The Quay

900 Quayside Dr

New Westminster, BC V3M 6C9tripadvisor

http://www.innatwestminsterquay.com/

(604) 520-1776

 

Are are a few other options nearby as well

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