Why I believe in our TWO-DAY CANCER INTENSIVE

Dr. Kevin Conners

I have some foundational beliefs in caring for those with cancer. One is that cancer is a verb that needs constant attention with lifestyle changes, which one can easily comply. The understanding that no one is cured from cancer from a stay at a clinic for 2-4 weeks birthed our 2-Day Intensive cancer program. People need an at-home program with a doable plan, equipment they use while they sleep, and the proper amount of hand-holding to see success.

Another core belief is that God is our healer. I may have a calling to help those with cancer but the answer to how we care for each person individually is humbly sought through His wisdom. I don’t believe in protocols. Each person is unique and needs to be treated individually. We build a plan around the patient, test each person for their specific needs, and recommend a specific diet and supplement approach that is exclusive to them. Genetic testing helps us be precise, giving us clues to what may be feeding their cancer and what precipitated the cause. Everyone is different.

When God called me to this unique approach, I asked myself, “What would I want if I was a cancer patient?” I realized that I would want therapy that I could do constantly, at home, every night, while I sleep, so that I could live a normal life during the day. I’d also want a program that doesn’t consume my day; after all, I want to beat this disease to live, not be possessed by a agenda that steals my time and every thought.

I don’t want people to be married to their treatment, meaning that it expends them from sunrise to sunset and ends up becoming an idol in their lives. I also don’t want people so dependent upon my clinic or upon me as a doctor that they’re incapable of making wise, educated & healthy decisions for their greater good and for the greater good of their families.

I’ve had patients who – prior to coming to me – couldn’t hold down a job or spend time with their children or grandchildren, because they had to do some procedure or some form of therapy all day long. I’ve had patients who struggled to ever leave their homes because they were taking in excess of 150+ different supplements and elixirs at a specific schedule. It was devastating to witness their effort to fight cancer, yet these patients were still essentially losing their lives. They were too busy “treating” their disease to actually LIVE.

At Conners Clinic, our goal for patients to have them come here for between 2 days to 2 weeks {depending upon the specific treatment protocol or therapy package} where we develop a go-forward plan that they can bring home with them and implement into their daily life. During their time with us, all of our cancer patients receive the following:

  • In-office testing to understand the cause behind their cancer.
  • Customized therapy equipment that is theirs to keep and permanently use in their homes – usually at night while they are sleeping.
  • A realistic, personalized nutritional plan.
  • A minimalistic, specific, nutraceutical plan that capitalizes on only the most important supplements necessary – most our patients are only on 2-5 different things – because ‘less is often more’.
  • Genetic testing to look at detoxification pathways, tumor suppressor genes, defects on metabolic pathways that may ‘feed’ cancer cells, and more.
  • Suggested at-home therapy & lifestyle protocols patients can incorporate when necessary.
  • Access to weekly conference ZOOM calls and educational lecture series where they have constant contact with our doctors and clinic staff.
  • Membership to our cancer patient support group where friendships are created and experiences are shared.

What good is a clinic’s therapeutic approach [to treating cancer] if the core therapy can’t be continued once the patient returns home? How effective is an approach that leaves little time to enjoy life? How practical is a method that requires extended stays away form home and family? While all may have merit, we believe in a better way. We believe in a home-focused approach to therapy, which doesn’t make patients dependent upon our clinic to “save” them, yet empowers the patient to succeed by giving them the tools necessary to accomplish their goals.

You can contact us at www.ConnersClinic.com or call 651-739-1248.