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SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwired - July 20, 2015) - Struggling with failed cancer treatments at the nation’s leading cancer centers, Ashley Hawkins finally found the elusive treatment protocol that worked to put her breast cancer into remission and save her life. Many traditional cancer treatment regimens had failed Ashley multiple times, causing her to lose faith in the current medical system. As a result, Ashley began searching for a more targeted and personalized approach to help beat her specific cancer without the use of standard chemotherapy and radiation treatments. This eventually led Ashley to Envita Medical Center.
When Ashley first came to Envita she met with Dr. Oertle, one of the leading physicians at Envita. He explained that the key to better treatment lies in, “not attacking cancer with 1 regimen but attacking cancer from all different angles.” Shortly after coming to Envita, Ashley was prescribed GTFC (Genetically Targeted Fractionated Chemotherapy), Envita’s highly targeted, micro dosed chemotherapy. Because of this, Ashley did not have to resort to standard, potentially ineffective, chemotherapy or the mutilation that comes along with surgery. Instead, she used a combination of GTFC, phytotherapeutics and immunotherapy, which were all based on her genetic findings. These were all key factors in getting Ashley well again.
Many of the patients at Envita, just like Ashley, have often failed America’s leading cancer hospitals, and most are seeking a better approach. According to Dr. Dino Prato, founder of Envita, “The ability to outperform other cancer centers all starts by understanding that breast cancer is not a disease of simply the breast tissue, but it is in fact a disease of genetic mutations, biomarkers and molecular profiles. By using our unique approach to breast cancer, developed from over 15 years of personalized clinical experience, many patients have improved their outcomes.” By establishing what Envita calls a true medical blue print for each patient, and keeping in mind that each person’s cancer is different, the best potential treatment options can be revealed.
For more information about breast cancer, or treatment options, visit http://envita.com/. To see Ashley’s amazing success story visit: http://envita.com/videos/testimonials/ashleys-breast-cancer-fight.NEXT ARTICLE
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