Advanced Immunological Treatment and Research Medical Center

CHIPSA / Gerson Research Focus is Immunotherapy

“Our Gerson Research Organization’s science integrated with immunonutrition and immunotherapy procedures produce evidence of significant, sustainable patient outcomes.”

CHIPSA Gerson Medical Research

Our work touches all major facets of immunology and holds enormous clinical promise. Scores of clinical studies are aiming the immuno-stimulating power of dendritic cells at tumors and HIV, and scientists are developing approaches that could target a broad range of infectious agents. Recent studies have shown that dendritic cells also contribute to fever, the process by which the body provides potential immune reaction to eradicate disease cells. This awareness is inspiring dendritic-cell-based medical therapies such as the Coley’s Therapy that treat autoimmune and degenerative disorders.

Gerson History and The Diet Therapy – “There is no cancer in normal metabolism,” wrote Max Gerson, M.D. (1881-1959). A pioneer of what is today known as nutritional metabolic therapy, the German-born physician, who lived in the United States for twenty-three years, believed that cancer cannot occur unless the functions of the liver, the pancreas, and the immune system have degenerated.

Rejuvenating With The Gerson Therapy – When I first saw Charlotte Gerson, I was pleased. As the long time spokesperson for The Gerson Therapy, she was spry, bursting with energy, and obviously full of enthusiasm for the rejuvenating benefits of the Gerson natural foods diet and treatment.

Immunonutrition: Beneficial Effects in Surgical Patients – The potential to modulate the activity of the immune system by interventions with specific nutrients is termed immunonutrition.

Elder Nutrition – World Health Organization – Keep Fit for Life: Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Older Persons. The World Health Organization promotes health and well-being throughout the life course; this includes the attainment of the highest possible level of health and quality of life for the largest number of older persons.

Coffee: Number One Source of Antioxidants – Coffee provides more than just a morning jolt; that steaming cup of java is also the number one source of antioxidants in the U.S. diet, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Scranton (Pa.).