Cancer is one of the most difficult diseases to fight. It is often best to simultaneously attack cancer cells using as many modalities as possible. In addition to the standard medical approach, many doctors and patients request our help to incorporate complementary therapies that do not interfere with traditional treatments, but which can offer significant help in the battle against cancer.

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Nausea and Vomiting Lorazepam + Haloperidol + diphenhydramine + Metoclopramide Topical product
Ondansetron Lollipop

Promethazine Topical

Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2005 Dec; 8 (6) 1135-43. 99
Tolerability of the Compound ABHR in Hospice Patients
Allodynia Ketamine + Morphine Topical foam
Ketamine + Bupivacaine Spray

Ketamine + Morphine spray

Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior. 2010 May; 95(3) 331-37. 7p
Antinociceptive effect of three common analgesic drugs on peripheral neuropathy induced by paclitaxel in rats
Wound Care Phenytoin + Bupivacaine + Misoprostol + Lidocaine + Diphenhydramine + Aloe Vera in Polyox bandage
Ketoprofen + Lidocaine + Misoprostol + Phenytoin + Aloe Vera Topical Cream

Misoprostol + Phenytoin + Gentamicin Topical Gel

Morphine sulfate Topical Gel

Am J Pathol. Oct 2012; 181(4): 1250–1270
A RHAMM Mimetic Peptide Blocks Hyaluronan Signaling and Reduces Inflammation and Fibrogenesis in Excisional Skin Wounds
Mouth Pain Misoprostol + Lidocaine Oral suspension
Diphenhydramine + Misoprostol Oral Rinse

Lidocaine + Hydrocortisone + Diphenhydramine Sorbitol Lollipop

*Curcumin Complex
*Extra Strength Marine Fish Oil
*Magnesium (as Amino Acid Chelate)
Supportive Care in Cancer 2012 Aug; 20 (8) 1797-1804. 8p
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of misoprostol for oral mucositis secondary to high-dose chemotherapy
Scientific World Journal. 2014 Jan 8;2014:581795
Oral complications and management strategies for patients undergoing cancer therapy

J Oncol Pharm Pract. 2005 Dec;11(4):139-43
Survey of topical oral solutions for the treatment of chemo-induced oral mucositis

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