Perseverance and Progress
with Nasha Winters, N.D.
In this episode of The Moss Report Podcast, Dr. Ralph W. Moss speaks with Dr. Nasha Winters. Dr. Winters shares her experiences with ovarian cancer, her life as a student, and then as a practitioner. She discusses how her personal struggle motivated her to help build a new hospital and research institute, whose mission is to offer metabolic oncology and advanced integrative therapies.
Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO is a global healthcare authority and best-selling author in integrative cancer care and research consulting with physicians around the world. She has educated hundreds of professionals in the clinical use of mistletoe and has created robust educational programs for both healthcare institutions and the public on incorporating vetted integrative therapies in cancer care to enhance outcomes. Dr. Winters is currently focused on opening a comprehensive metabolic oncology hospital and research institute in the US where the best that standard of care has to offer and the most advanced integrative therapies will be offered. This facility will be in a residential setting on a gorgeous campus against a backdrop of regenerative farming, EMF mitigation, and retreat.”
“In a world where cancer diagnoses are expected to double by 2030 per the World Health Organization with no significant change in survival, the only real chance we have is prevention and precision medicine. We have spent the last 50 years focusing on the genome when we have known for the past 100 years that the microenvironment may hold the key to prevention and cure. We aim to treat the terrain, not just the tumor. Leaving no stone unturned, utilizing the best of provocative testing, genomics, molecular profiles, laboratory evaluation, and truly individualized assessment, we can breathe new life into a death sentence.“