Within the context of modern science and medicine CHIPSA offers immunotherapy protocols such as the Coley’s Protocol and Growth Factors personalized along with immunonutritional treatments based on Gerson therapy.

Holistic comprehensive immunotherapy like the one practiced at CHIPSA has been used to treat chronic degenerative diseases such as: Lymphoma Melanoma, Multiple Myeloma, Hodgkin’s Disease, Atherosclerosis, Arthritis, Diabetes, Candida, Lupus, Asthma, ALS, Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Liver Disease, Kidney Disease, Paget’s Disease, Hepatitis, Allergies, Sjogren’s Syndrome, Heart Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Grave’s Disease, Thyroid Disease, Hypertension, and other degenerative diseases

CHIPSA is on the forefront of clinical studies investigating the efficacy of combining Gerson Therapy with immunotherapies like checkpoint inhibitors, dendritic cell and innate immune stimulating treatments.

With the Gerson Therapy, we have seen heart disease, high-blood pressure, lupus, thyroid problems, colitis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, herniated disks and many other problems disappear. We have seen Alzheimer’s disease improve if it is not advanced.

Immuno-nutrition, represented as a subset of immunotherapy, may also have beneficial effects in attempts to improve the clinical course of critically ill and surgical patients, who will often require an exogenous supply of nutrients through the parenteral or enteral routes. Major surgery is followed by a period of immunosuppression that increases the risk of morbidity and mortality due to potential infection. Improving immune function during this period may reduce complications due to infection. Critically ill patients are at greater risk of adverse outcomes than surgical patients.

(BMJ VOLUME 327 19 JULY 2003

CHIPSA’s Gerson therapy can complement the positive recovery of a patient following surgery. In these patients, complex variable immune and inflammatory changes are not only improved, but are mitigated and are only now being documented by conventional western medicine.

World Health Organization / WHO

Several macro and micronutrients have been shown to play a regulatory role in immune system maintenance. Marginal and severe deficiencies of some of these nutrients are associated with impairments of T cell-mediated functions similar to those observed with aging. Furthermore, supplementation with higher than recommended dietary levels of some nutrients, e.g. vitamin E, has been shown to enhance immune response. (

Several investigators have suggested that the nutritional status of older persons may be less than optimal, thereby contributing to immunological changes. Nutrient intake is often compromised in older people due to chronic diseases as well as economic, psychosocial, physical and drug-related problems. Intakes below the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) have been reported for zinc and vitamins E, C, and B6. Supplementation at or above the RDA level for a single nutrient, or a mixture of nutrients, may thus prevent and/or delay the onset of age-related immunological defects. 

Immune Central

Nutrition and the Immune System- The immune system is one of the most important mechanisms for fighting disease and preserving health. As we age, the ability of our immune system to function at normal levels decreases and the likelihood of getting infections increases. Nutrition has a significant role in determining the strength of the immune system. Simply put, good nutrition is an important factor in maintaining a healthy immune system. Articles in the next section deal with certain immune-boosting foods, vitamins, and supplements that increase your odds of staying healthy. 

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