Modern cancer research is moving away from the magic bullet, “military attack” approach of chemotherapy to “kill the enemy” and into an understanding the terrain, or microenvironment, of the body and how it has deteriorated over the years so as to allow renegade cancer cells to grow.

Cancer is a symptom of a toxic internal terrain which includes low oxygen levels, increased blood viscosity, poor cellular nutrient intake, impaired repair and regulatory systems, toxin buildup, and chronic psychological and physiological stresses that result in gradual immune deterioration.