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Dr. Jeffrey Mueller
is an M.D., with a background in Internal Medicine. He has been in practice since 1992. Over the past ten years Dr. Mueller has focused intensely on the development of advanced nutritional & state of the art alternative therapies in areas ranging from metabolic syndrome and diabetes to cancer. Dr. Mueller obtained his M.D. in 1989 from the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, followed by completion of an Internship in Internal Medicine at ORMC (now ORHS) in Orlando, FL. He is a member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM), a highly respected educational institution for Integrative physicians in the U.S. He has received special training and certification through ACAM for the administration of Chelation therapy, and has developed advanced and highly respected programs for the holistic treatment of cancer patients. Dr. Mueller makes local appearances on radio and TV and offers educational lectures on alternative health topics.
Having made further refinements based on startling new research over the past 8 years, the program now focuses on reaching cancer patients as early after diagnosis as possible and preferably before cancer surgery. There is an invaluable window of opportunity which exists just prior to, during, and immediately following cancer surgery. This window provides a critical opportunity to help reduce or even eliminate the profound immune suppression which has been proven to occur during this time. It is this immune suppression which is believed to result in significant increases in metastasis and recurrence, ultimately resulting in a dramatic increase in mortality. Multiple mechanisms for this immune suppression have been identified. Fortunately, Dr. Mueller’s intensive review of the literature over the past ten years has uncovered multiple evidence-based, holistic interventions that are proven to mitigate or even eliminate this immune suppression. Further emphasis is placed on a broad array of holistic, and nutritionally-based therapies for restoring optimal health in cancer patients. These interventions, if properly applied during this peri-operative period, can, according to recent studies, make a dramatic difference in long term survival, quality of life, complications, and the potential for cancer relapse.