Conference DetailsAgenda Speakers Evening Workshops Exhibitors Sponsors Hilton Seattle Testimonials Webinars Register Today! Agenda OutlineTopical Areas Each Day: Friday FocusThe Patient from Diagnosis to Active Oncology Care: Friday Morning Focus: Working alongside conventional care What laboratory diagnostics can be used both from standard of care and innovative lab assessments.What integrative therapies can be used during active chemotherapy, surgery and radiation?How does one deal with mitigating conventional care side effects during said care? Friday Afternoon Focus: Therapies when Standard of Care Fails and Overall Patient Assessment What if the patient is not a candidate for conventional care, fails conventional care or cannot tolerate it – what are the best aggressive integrative therapies to use?How does one assess efficacy of any active care – when and how do we know?What protocols are available? Saturday FocusThe Patient in Secondary Prevention – Maintaining Remission: Saturday Morning Focus: No Evidence of Disease? How to Keep it That Way? What are the triggers for cancer recurrence?What is the latest tumor biology leading us to in preventive strategies?How do we assess the “non-cancer” areas of health that can silently trigger a recurrence? Saturday Afternoon Focus: Maintaining Remission – What do I do? What are key strategies and protocols for this phase over time?How do I assess and track all this? Sunday FocusThe Patient in Recovery from Active Oncology Care: Sunday Morning Focus: Recovery Strategies – The Obvious and not so Obvious Benefits! How can we maximize recovery from surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, or any combination thereof?How does an appropriate recovery plan actually lower recurrence risk for cancer? How long should this phase last?How do we assess progress? Sunday Afternoon Focus: How to aid Healing and Prepare for Remission. What specific protocols should we consider?If there is no remission what do we do next regarding anti-cancer and quality of life interventions?