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Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) has become established as a prevalent, endemic pathogen associated with not only cervical cancer, but also with anal, rectal, throat, skin, eye, and possibly other cancers. The realization of how wide spread, and how insidious the virus is has led to the search for safe, effective methods to eradicate the virus in all medical circles from pharmaceutical to alternative. This presentation will share the modern research and statistics, along with human clinical investigation data to explore the ways in the which the broader medical community is examining the issue, and aiming to reduce the risk of HPV-related cancers. Alternative therapies will be presented that include oral systemic immune and anti-oxidant support, along with topical herbs showing promise for HPV positive pap smears, and even dysplastic and CIN lesions.
- Gain familiarity with the various strains of HPV, which are the most carcinogenic, and how they can be best tested in both men and women.
- Recognize the various types of cancer that may be associated with HPV.
- Know the pharmaceutical agents being used orally and topically to treat HPV.
- Formulate oral alternative therapies to support immunocompetence in eradicating HPV.
- Use topical agents on the cervix, anogenital warts, other tissues to eradicate the virus, treat warts, and reduce pathologic progression to cancer.
- Formulate an aggressive and comprehensive protocol using mucous membrane protective nutrients (Vitamin A, Green Tea, Curcuma), anit-virals (Curcuma, Hypericum, Astragalus) , counter irritants with immune stimulating properties (Sanguinaria, Podophyllum), and apoptotic agents (DIM).