The CICTA provides no assurance, guarantee, or promise with regard
to the correctness, accuracy, contemporary status, or comprehensiveness
of the information contained within this website. Therefore, CICTA
shall not be liable for damage or loss incurred by anyone who relies
on the information contained in this website.
The following list includes some substances and modalities used
by health care professionals and cancer patients. Despite their
popularity, these practices and substances have not necessarily
been evaluated by contemporary scientific methods. A number of the
outlined substances and modalities are potentially toxic and dangerous.
Furthermore, any information on this site is not intended to replace
the advice of qualified medical professionals. Therefore, be certain
1. Consult your primary health care provider or oncologist before
choosing to engage in any of the following practices.2. Consult a qualified health care practitioner in the particular
field of treatment for proper application, and/or dosage and administration.