Welcome to Cancer Tutor’s Clinic Directory, the largest online database of cancer clinics.
Find the best doctors, treatments, and facilities to help you along your healing journey.
The most often question we are asked: “Which clinic should I go to?” The answer is there are no "one size fits all" clinics, and the best option for you may not be the best option for the next person. The true "best clinic" for you will depend on on many factors (i.e. where you live, cancer type, stage, treatments offered, etc.). In order to help you find "the" clinic, we developed this directory so that you can quickly compare your options -- saving you weeks of time researching around the Internet. From doctor interviews, treatments and costs, to funding options, you can find it all here on CancerTutor.com
Cancer Tutor has a dedicated team that travels the globe to evaluate doctors and their facilities. This allows us to report an accurate first-hand account. We update this page each week with new clinics, eliminate outdated information, and add new treatments -- to ensure you have the most up-to-date information.
We know you have questions. We understand the angst that follows a cancer diagnosis. We believe it is our responsibility to help. The Cancer Tutor Clinics Directory provides valuable research at the tips of your fingers to help save you time and eliminate stress.
No one is prepared to get a cancer diagnosis. It is an emotional, life-changing moment. It is overwhelming. If you or someone you love has cancer, there are a lot of decisions to be made. Finding the right clinic and a doctor who you can trust is a big step on your healing journey.
Meet the healthcare professionals who have partnered with Cancer Tutor
Dr. Andrew Dickens, NMD
Dayspring Cancer Clinic
Dr. Lloyd Jenkins, ND
Dr. Carlos M. Garcia, MD
Susan Rohr, BSN, RN
Brookfield Health & Wellness
Dr. Jin Li Dong, DC
Natural Healing Center Myrtle Beach
Galina Semyonova, L.Ac., L.M.T.
Vital Gate Health
Dr. Juergen Winkler, MD
Quantum Functional Medicine
Dr. Constantine A. Kotsanis, MD
Dr. Ali Cadili, MD
Clear Health Inn
The treatments listed below are among some of the few that are offered by our verified clinics.
Cancer Tutor Verified means that a member of the Cancer Tutor team has personally visited the clinic recently and verified the following:
Interviewed the doctors and found that they are personally involved in the daily operations of the clinic
They are currently administering the treatments listed on this page
Spoken with some of their patients (past and / or present) who provided feedback about the clinic
The facility is located at the physical address listed
The facility is operated in a safe and clean environment
The phone number and address listed on their website are correct.
Cancer Tutor has a dedicated team that that travels and evaluates Clinics around the globe. The blue check box that indicates "a verified Clinic" means that we have visited that clinic, interviewed the doctors, followed up with past and present patients, and received feedback from our visitors.
How much do clinics cost?
The Cancer Tutor team has visited many cancer clinics around the world and have found that prices and structures vary widely.
Treatments vary in cost, the length of time, and protocols. Treatments range between $4,000 and $15,000 per week and typically are not covered by traditional insurance policies. Treatment costs are determined by the specific needs of each patient. No two cancer patients are alike, so treatments may vary.
Some clinics are in-patient facilities while others are out-patient facilities, requiring you to arrange local stays for weeks at a time. Depending on your condition and how you respond to initial treatments, some clinics may require you to return multiple times a year, for weeks at a time.
The one constant is that all of our recommended clinics will require you to be on a strict protocol at home. This is crucial to your overall success. It is imperative that you faithfully execute the details of your protocol outlined by your doctor.
How to fund?
If you have been diagnosed with cancer and decide to pursue a natural or integrative protocol, traditional insurance policies most likely will not cover the cost of treatments. However, there are other options to help ensure that everyday financial responsibilities do not become overwhelming.
Big picture, there are different types of costs related to your care -- the type cancer treatment, travel costs to see the doctor, food, lodging, medications. It's important to carefully budget for the assistance you may need. Also, don't be short-sighted; your daily life is changing and this will be a long-term battle physically, emotionally, and financially..
If insurance does not cover the cost of your treatments, there are organizations that help people with cancer who are facing financial challenges to offset the cost of treatment, travel, transportation, housing, and more.
You can read more about some funding options here: https://www.cancertutor.com/how_to_fund/
German cancer clinics
A common misconception among Cancer Tutor readers is that all German cancer clinic are the cream of the crop, the ultimate in natural or alternative cancer treatments. This is a case of perception – not reality. The first thing you need to understand is there are only a small number of German cancer clinics that use alternative medicine.
A majority of German cancer clinics use orthodox treatments. The same orthodox treatments with the same success rates as those used in the United States. In researching for the right cancer clinic, it is paramount to find a clinic that uses alternative medicine.
For an in-depth look at these clinics, read German Cancer Breakthrough by Andrew Scholberg. The book is based on first-person reporting; Scholberg visited the clinics and interviewed the doctors and patients. German Cancer Breakthrough is an excellent resource to learn about 10 of the major German alternative cancer clinics and is a key resource for details about each clinic.
As you consider a German clinic, research those that offer alternative treatments such as whole body hyperthermia (“fever therapy”), localized hyperthermia, oxygen therapy, mistletoe therapy, magnetic field therapy, art therapy, colonic hydrotherapy, etc.
OK, so you're thinking, "What does art therapy have to do with cancer?" A common treatment that sets apart the good German cancer clinics is art therapy, which is symbolic of the attitude of the German clinics. They want the patient to forget about cancer, be creative and have a positive mental attitude. Psychology is important in these clinics, which often are inpatient facilities. You and your caretaker stay on site and enjoy a “bed and breakfast” feel.
Above all else, as you research cancer treatments and clinics, know your options. Talk with your doctor and family. Discuss the results of your research. Make a decision that your heart is comfortable with. Where and how you treat cancer is your choice.
*Disclaimer* Cancer Tutor recommends that patients consult with a medical doctor before beginning any cancer protocol. A medical professional is required by law to administer many of the treatments discussed on this website. We have gathered this list of clinics and doctors for educational purposes only and are not recommending a specific treatment or doctor for your case.
A clinic is not a guaranteed cure. Typically, doctors treat patients for 3-4 weeks as a jump start to get them on a path to a healthy recovery. After that, the patient has to focus on their body to remain healthy. For many patients, this is the most difficult part. Your due diligence is paramount in the fight against the disease.
Overcoming cancer -- whether through conventional, natural, or integrative means -- depends on you. Different stages of this disease will require assistance, some more than others. However, you are the No. 1 factor with care and guidance from a medical/health care professional.