Submit Your Questions for Dr. Rashid Buttar, D.O.

As part of your purchase of the Global Cancer Symposium and/or for being a member of the Health and Healing Club, we are doing a live Zoom meeting with Dr. Rashid Buttar, MD on Wednesday, March 24th at 11:30am mountain time.

You can submit your questions about health and healing to Dr. Rashid Buttar below, or you can join live on the zoom information below, or submit your questions in the comment section below.

Dr. Rashid A. Buttar graduated from Washington University with a double major in Biology and Theology, and went on to attend medical school at the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, College of Medicine and Surgery. He trained in General Surgery and Emergency Medicine and Director of Emergency Medicine while serving in the U.S. Army.  Dr. Buttar is board certified in Clinical Metal Toxicology, Preventive Medicine, is board eligible in Emergency Medicine and has achieved fellowship status in three separate medical societies. He serves as the Medical Director for The Centers for Advanced Medicine with patients from 93 countries.  His website is: AdvancedMedicine.com

WHEN: Wednesday, March 24th, 11:30am Mountain Time

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11 Comments

  • Rita

    Reply Reply March 21, 2021

    Hi Dr Buttar, can you explain the best way to keep CRP levels low? My husband had Oesophagal cancer and also endocrine cancer. We managed to get his CRP down substantially and obviously want to keep it there. Love your philosophy on helping people and all you do you help us understand ourselves. thank you. Rita

  • Ursula

    Reply Reply March 22, 2021

    how do I prevent recurrence of stage 2 estrogen positive invasive ductal carcinoma?

  • Kris Nozal

    Reply Reply March 23, 2021

    Hi Dr Buttar,

    I have a very rare and aggressive stage 4 Sarcoma diagnosis, Metastatic Gastrointestinal Neuroectodermal Tumors. Only 96 cases in the world as of 8/20.

    For 3.5 years, I have endured surgery, 55 rounds of chemo, and ablation and radiation to liver tumors. I am being treated by both an integrative oncology clinic and Mayo, so I’m healing integratively.

    My disease is considered “below the line”, my February PetScan revealed minimal activity in the liver so we don’t know if it’s disease or inflammation from liver procedures done in December. Therefore i’m on a treatment break for the first time in 3.5 years.

    Question:
    do you think I should do more chemo right now to “mop up” remaining microscopic cancer cells? or wait until a tumor appears, if it even does, before putting my body through more harsh treatments?

    My Integrative team and Mayo are on opposite sides so i’m curious what your opinion is on patients receiving more toxic treatments as kind of an insurance policy when they are at a minimal disease state? because as we know, conventional treatments beat you down and kill healthy cells. Is it better to kill more cancer cells right now or allow my body to heal and only react once we see changes in my imaging?

    thanks!

  • Kris Nozal

    Reply Reply March 23, 2021

    Hi Dr Buttar,

    I go to a holistic clinic for Cryotherapy, I stand in a tower and the temp gets super cold so my body temp drops below 55 degrees for 2-3 minutes to stimulate an immune response. Supposedly this helps with boosting immunity, decreasing pain and inflammation and helping healing.

    I also do 15 minute sessions of Red Light/Infrared Light therapy. I do this primarily to build mitochondrial health.

    What is your opinion on using these for overall health and surviving cancer? Do you think Cryotherapy and Red Light Therapy are a waste of time/money or have validity? With so much out there to try, it can be hard to discern what is the best use of our time and money when it comes to surviving cancer.

    What do you recommend as the top adjunct holistic therapies to fight cancer?

    thanks!

  • Mylene

    Reply Reply March 23, 2021

    Hi Dr Buttar,
    I was wondering what your thoughts are on Tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitors for early stage hormone positive breast cancer? Is there a more natural alternative?
    Thank you in advance for your valuable answer.

  • Kris Nozal

    Reply Reply March 23, 2021

    I know everyone’s cancer, bodies and lab values are different and what works for one may not work for everybody, but in general, what are the most effective off label drugs, herbs and supplements to fight cancer or prevent recurrence?

  • Kris Nozal

    Reply Reply March 23, 2021

    Conventional medicine hasn’t found a way to target the treatment resistant cancer stem cell which are at the core of cancer formation, since most conventional therapies only wipe out cancer daughter cells. Can you speak more about this? and do you have any integrative recommendations for targeting cancer stem cells?

  • Kris Nozal

    Reply Reply March 23, 2021

    I probably couldn’t afford to change treatment centers and fly out to you regularly. But if I were to come to your center one time, are there tests or treatments which could be helpful with just one visit?…or a couple of days over perhaps a week long visit to your clinic? What services do you offer which other integrative cancer center may not?

  • Rumi

    Reply Reply March 24, 2021

    Salams Dr. Buttar, thank you so much for sharing your deep knowledge and wisdom, just listening to your talks ignites healing. All praise to the Creator.

    I am a health conscious 71 year old woman, trying hard to let go, dissolve stagnation in the body. After scaring me with Breast and Lung suspicious looking nodules (unchanged in two years) they now found fibroids, partially calcified, in the uterus that grew over the last few years which they say at my age should not happen. Now they are urging me to do a full hysterectomy because of a slight chance of a malignancy. I am hesitant as this is a big operation for a small chance of malignancy, especially as I am also suffering from chronic exhaustion since many years. What would be your approach.

  • Tom

    Reply Reply March 24, 2021

    Do any high metals cause eye blurriness? I heard high tin might cause that. Thank you.

  • Patricia

    Reply Reply March 24, 2021

    Can you explain how to further help the autoimmune disorder of systemic Sjogrens with Vegan diet/lifestyle, please? I switched to (a clean, healthy) Vegan lifestyle 5 weeks ago (from a Keto diet which was beginning to make me sicker), and I have only noticed a little change in my health. Perhaps it will just take longer on Vegan to notice eating more improvements? Thank you.

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