Dr. Kevin Conners graduated with his doctorate from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1986 (though he practices only under his Pastoral Medical License) and has been studying alternative cancer care for more than 18 years. He also holds AMA Fellowships in Anti-Aging Medicine, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, and Integrative Cancer Therapy. He also is certified in Functional Neurology, has had more than 300 hours postgraduate study in the Autism Spectrum Disorders, and has trained in Epigenetic Clinical Methylation and Nutrigenomics. Dr. Conners is a practicing Applied Kinesiologist with an emphasis on Botanical Medicine and Homeopathy.

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Histamine double-edge sword in the formation and progression of cancer

Our body has two distinct methods of clearing things that could bring it harm: our immune system kills living toxins (bacteria, virus, parasites) and our detoxification pathways clear non-living toxins (chemicals, heavy metals, drugs). We…

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Conners Clinic offers ‘House Call’ cancer program

Until last summer, people who wanted to become patients of Conners Clinic either traveled to Minnesota to participate in our 2-Day Intensive program, or they could pay for a programmed Rife machine to be shipped…

Why I believe in our 2-Day Cancer Intensive

I have foundational beliefs in caring for those with cancer. One is that cancer is a verb that needs constant attention. This includes lifestyle changes, which one can easily comply. No one is cured of…

Reducing copper level possible intervention for cancer

Recent literature is pointing to a correlation of higher tissue levels of copper in some cancers. Since some cancers can feed off of copper, as the element is necessary for rapid replication, speculation lends toward…

Natural compounds that slow glycolysis in cancers

As a young scientist in the 1920s, Otto Heinrich Warburg described an elevated rate of glycolysis occurring in cancer cells, even in the presence of atmospheric oxygen (the Warburg effect) that earned him a Nobel…

DIM – a must for hormonally driven tumors

Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) is an essential nutrient found in Brassica vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, and collard greens. Diindolylmethane (DIM) is the digestion derivative of indole-3-carbinol via condensation formed in the acidic environment of the stomach. If you…

Genetic variants and cancer — exploring dietary solutions

Cancer is a complex disease involving numerous changes in cell physiology including the metabolic process on how it may be fed. It is defined as cells that are undergoing rapid replication thereby needing a constant…

Curcumin’s anticancer effect: ability to induce apoptosis

Turmeric is a popular Indian spice that may have wonderful health benefits for cancer patients. Curcumin (diferuloylmethane) is its major component; Curcuma longa L., a member of the ginger family has long been treasured for its unique…