alternative HPV treatments

Escharotic Treatment: How It Works

Here's how escharotic treatment works: Escharotic treatment has an affinity for HPV-infected and dysplastic cells, clearly causing their destruction as demonstrated with the formation of an eschar or scab. This creates localized inflammation and an immune response ensues. Within hours of cervical cell destruction and inflammation, blood-borne white blood cells, known as monocytes, migrate to the site [...]

By |May 8th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Cervical Dysplasia and HPV: Get the Facts

Cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer are not caused by HPV, as you’ve been led to believe. No, that was not a typographical error: HPV is not the cause of cervical cancer —at least not by itself. The vast majority of the time a person will contract HPV and eliminate it within a couple of years without any [...]

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Alternative HPV Treatments

My journey into alternative HPV treatments began in 1995 when asked by a patient if I could help her with mild cervical dysplasia. At the time, I had been in practice for less than a year but had been diligently researching the area of women’s health. Why women’s health? Simply out of necessity and the drive [...]

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HPV Vaccines Have More Risk than Benefit

HPV vaccines are recommended as part of the OBGYN standard of care; however, as of April 2015, I cannot recommend HPV vaccines.  Both the safety and effectiveness of the Gardasil® and Cervarix® vaccines remain uncertain. A serious discussion of this topic would be a book in itself, so I will stick to the main issues [...]

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Prevent Cervical Cancer

Prevent cervical cancer through natural HPV and cervical dysplasia treatment options, instead of following the conventional medical guidance, which can cause you anxiety and/or put you at risk. If a woman is found to have an abnormal pap smear, conventional doctors will usually recommend a cervical biopsy, followed by a “watch-and-wait” strategy for mild abnormalities or a [...]

By |April 26th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments