Receive the treatment for an affordable price at Pallas

Our goal is to provide you the highest level of care that blends with the medical care that you are already receiving

Doctors in Pallas Clinic apply an integrative approach that involves the whole body using complementary and conventional therapies to prevent and treat disease, and most importantly, to promote optimal health and well-being.

  • Evidence-Informed & Guided Medicine With Tangible Results
  • Integrative Therapies & Conventional Care Knowledge
  • Patient at the Core & Patient Education a Priority
  • Affordable Onsite & Remote Treatment Options

Some of the therapy options with high potential that might be included in the cancer treatment strategy.

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Programs available
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IV Solutions
2,169
Liters infused
1450
Clients served

More energy

Treatment includes a specially-formulated combination of IV fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, and antioxidants to combat the symptoms of fatigue and low energy.

Deeper sleep

Nutritional therapy in a variety of forms, including intravenous fluids, and oral supplements to ensure the best possible sleep for natural self-healing processes and recharging.

Faster recovery

Disease never stops, why should your health? Nutrition forms the base of the health pyramid. Normalize your base, and the rest will fall into place.

All-Natural & Bioavailable

Fortify your body with the nutrients it needs to function optimally, allowing you to ward off disease, reverse aging, and remain as healthy as possible.

Therapeutic

Target nutritional deficiencies to help your body naturally treat, recover, repair, and regenerate, while relieving symptoms and reversing the damage.

Hydrating & Detoxifying

Intravenous infusion boosts to keep the body hydrated and keep in a mighty healthy state the body while having detox programs.

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Being pregnant may delay a cancer diagnosis. This is because some cancer symptoms, like bloating, headaches, breast changes, or rectal bleeding, also are common during pregnancy. But pregnancy can sometimes uncover cancer. For example, a Pap test done as a part of standard pregnancy care can find cervical cancer. And an ultrasound performed during pregnancy could find ovarian cancer. Some diagnostic tests for cancer are safe for pregnant women as well as the fetus. But others could be harmful: X-ray. Research shows that the level of radiation in diagnostic x-rays is too low to harm the fetus. When possible, women can use a lead shield that covers the abdomen during x-rays. Computed tomography (CT or CAT) scans. CT scans are similar to x-rays but are much more accurate. They can diagnose cancer or show whether cancer has spread. CT scans of the chest are usually safe during pregnancy. This is because they do not directly expose the fetus to radiation. When possible, women can use a lead shield that covers the abdomen during CT scans. CT scans of the abdomen or pelvis should be done only if absolutely necessary and after talking with your health care team. Other tests. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, and biopsy are generally safe during pregnancy. Cancer treatment during pregnancy Planning treatment during pregnancy requires a multidisciplinary team of doctors working together. This includes cancer doctors and high-risk obstetricians. An obstetrician is a doctor who cares for a woman during and shortly after pregnancy. Cancer doctors and obstetricians: Compare the simplest cancer treatment options for the lady with the possible risks to the growing baby. Consider a number of factors, including: Stage of the pregnancy Type, location, size, and stage of the cancer The wishes of the woman and her family Closely monitor the lady during treatment and confirm the baby is healthy. Sometimes doctors prefer to delay or avoid certain treatments for pregnant women with cancer. For example: During the primary 3 months of pregnancy, some cancer treatments are more likely to harm the fetus. So the health care team may delay treatment until the second or third trimesters. When cancer is diagnosed later in pregnancy, health care providers may wait to start out treatment until after the baby is born.Cancer relatedInformative article
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Cancer During Pregnancy

Cancer during pregnancy is uncommon. But when it does occur, it can be complicated for the mother and the health care team. Cancer itself rarely affects the growing baby directly.…