Dr. Thomas Lodi has been practicing medicine for over 34 years. He established one of the first integrative oncology centers in the world in New York in 2002 and although he occasionally sees patients with a variety of medical conditions, Dr. Lodi has narrowed his scope of practice through specific training and extensive experience over the past 20 years to Integrative Oncology (caring for people with cancer).
Dr. Lodi is also a certified instructor of physicians in Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) and is certified in both oxidative and chelation therapies (see CV). In 2005, Dr. Lodi founded and has been the CEO and executive medical director of An Oasis of Healing in Arizona, which is still alive and well. Over the past 9 years, he has founded and served as the Chief Integrative Oncology Consultant for several cancer centers in Bangkok and Phuket, Thailand, and has expanded his consulting services to include Malaysia, India, Vietnam, and Dubai. Dr. Lodi also founded and is CEO of the Institute of Integrative Oncology in Singapore in 2014 and is currently the founding member and CEO of Oasis International in Phuket, Thailand.
In this episode of Wellness Warriors, Dr. Lodi reminds us that the question is not ‘How do I get rid of cancer?’ but rather ‘How do I stop making cancer?’. He explains his three-prong approach to healing and walks us through each step. Understanding that the mental/emotional aspect is a large part of healing, Dr. Lodi encourages women to work through those relationships to find out where their hearts lie.
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Here are some highlights from this Podcast:
(2:47) – From Conventional to Integrative
(5:56) – Stop Making Cancer
(9:16) – Supporting the Mitochondria
(12:35) – The importance of Restorative Sleep
(14:56) – Targeting the Cancer
(17:52) – Determining the Right Dosage of Vitamin C
(22:28) – Enhancing the Immune System
(27:46) – The Importance of Including Meditation
(28:38) – Knowing versus Believing
(31:33) – Advice for Breast Cancer Patients