ACRI’S Pending Clinical Trials

The Advanced Cancer Research Institute’s scientific team has proposed two Phase Two prospective clinical trials without randomization (1) and without Phase One, given the relative lack of risks and  absence of toxic side effects from holistic non invasive medicine. Certification is pending.
Once these trials will be approved, we will start the recruitment of patients.
The first trial will involve non advanced cancer with a metabolically-based energy enhanced holistic approach to cancer hinged on nutrition, exercises, meditation, breathing, oxygenation, heat, supplementation, detoxification, oriental techniques, among other techniques that are taught at the Pyrenean Holistic Wellbeing Center. The second clinical trial will enroll advanced cancers with a more refined holistic approach which will be detailed when we receive certification.
Clinical trials is a way to develop new ways to prevent, detect, diagnose, and treat cancer and other diseases.
It is also a way for advanced “terminal” patients to boost their hope and try an alternative approach, often for free and other time, for a fee.
For researchers and clinicians, trials are important to determining the potential benefits and safety of investigational cancer therapies.
In the conventional oncology world, clinical trials are the last step before treatments can be commercialized. They come after the completion of basic lab research and testing. Clinical testing in patients helps to understanding how a particular therapy will perform and what kinds of side effects may occur.
Phase I trials are the first studies to test the safety aspect of a new drug, drug combination, supplement or medical procedure.
Phase II trials evaluate drug or medical intervention effectiveness and usually involve more participants than phase I studies.
Phase III trials are designed to compare a new treatment to one or more standard treatments and are usually randomized, meaning participants are randomly divided into treatment groups and not told until the study is over whether they received a standard treatment or the new treatment.
Phase IV trials are also known as post-marketing studies. These trials provide “real-world” data on the therapy.
(1). In addition to their high costs, in the conventional system, the clinical trial process can take 5 to 10 years, and by that time, cancer research usually has made that clinical trial object obsolete, this is one of the reasons why the majority of clinical trials are stopped during their course or not followed through. Furthermore, much in holistic oncology works via health interventions which can not be put in a randomized double blind trial (Phase 3) because the patient knows what she or he is doing (eg, heat therapy, juicing, exercises etc). This is why we have proposed to skip the randomization  phase.

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Trained in Conventional, Traditional Chinese, Naturopathic and Wine medicine, Chris Joubert teaches how to extend a healthy Lifespan to 120 years and beyond. Concomitantly, he also teaches patients and health practitioners how to both prevent and reverse holistically most chronic diseases, including but not limited to neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and depression, autoimmune diseases like Lupus, IBD & Diabetes, Cardiovascular, Respiratory & Joint illnesses, cancer and more. Having had over twenty years of experience with Holistic Oncology, Chris can share some of the best cancer control and reversal protocols that are safe, efficient and cost-friendly. Trained in Law, Professor Joubert also teaches health professionals to better protect their holistic practice when they must deviate from outdated “standards of care”. Joubert is presently working on a Documentary and book that redefines Medicine in light of new discoveries, ancient wisdoms, innovative research, holistic science and Joie de vivre (happiness) happenings. See links on “Contact” and “About” for details.

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