"I started working at her second ovarian cancer recurrence, and there's more metastasis. She cried and said, 'My cancer came back because I had chocolate cake at my daughter's birthday.' That was a pivotal moment in my practice, so I said, 'I think it's more important that you focus on the joy of your daughter's birthday and that you enjoyed that chocolate cake."
Confirming a cancer diagnosis can feel like a death sentence. The fear surrounding it, on top of pity and well-meaning suggestions from family and friends, adds to the confusion and stress of the situation.
That is why navigating a clear path to healing can be challenging, and finding a cancer care plan that is compassionate and humane is a breath of fresh air in nursing the patient back to vibrant health.
Our guest, Dr. Bianca Di Giulio, L.Ac., is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Co-authoring a book on Integrative Oncology with her husband, they established two clinics in the Bay Area, California, where the medical paradigms and practices of the East and West are married for a safe, holistic and natural way of healing.
Beat the Big C with a plan. Listen to Episode 51 of the Gutsy Health Podcast to learn more!
Integrative is a beautiful blend of multiple principles, approaches, and therapeutics to optimize health and wellness.
Dr. Bianca Di Giulio 08:56
Instead of focusing on guilt and shame around unhealthy food, the core of Chinese medicine is balance, and everything should be in moderation.
Dr. Bianca Di Giulio 15:17
Slowly developed over fifteen years, Acupuncture headlines the six-week formula of her Insight Cancer Program.
Dr. Bianca Di Giulio 29:01
Chinese herbal medicine entails putting together multiple herbs that harness their synergy.
Dr. Bianca Di Giulio 35:02
Patients who started Integrative Cancer Care at the onset of their diagnosis reported successful outcomes.
Dr. Bianca Di Giulio 42:57
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