Frank Cousineau

How to Choose a Cancer Clinic With Frank Cousineau – President of the Cancer Control Society

I caught up with Frank Cousineau of the Cancer Control Society at this year’s Best Answer for Cancer Conference. This was definitely one of those “full circle” moments I’ve been experiencing a lot lately as we were working with Frank Cousineau early on in our own journey trying to find the path that was going to be best for us.

In this interview Frank Cousineau talks about what a cancer clinic is, typical services they offer, and how to select one that’s right for you. We also hear about Frank’s own upcoming Cancer Control Society conference and the tour that’s taken of several clinics directly after the conference to help folks get a feel for their choices and feel really good about their decision. Frank even talks about a couple clinics that have been having success with children which I was thrilled to hear about!!

If you really want to level up your understanding of cancer and natural ways of preventing or reversing it, I’d strongly encourage you to make your way to some of these conferences. This year’s Best Answer for Cancer conference in San Diego was incredible as we had all of the doctors you always see in these interviews in one place collaborating and spending time with any regular person that wanted to pick their brain. Cancer Control Society 2017 in Los Angeles promises to be great as well especially if you’re interested in looking further into cancer clinics!

About the Author - Ryan Sternagel
In May of 2014, when his son Ryder was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma, Ryan immediately turned into a full time "dadcologist" – spending long hours researching and talking with various cancer experts from all over the world.

With everything he and his wife Teddy learned, came My Kid Cures Cancer, a site dedicated to helping all those dealing with cancer navigate through the world of natural, alternative, and integrative cancer protocols... Especially parents with the unique challenge of applying what they learn to a child.

Aside from writing articles for the site, Ryan is an advocate and coach for families dealing with a cancer diagnosis.

In his "spare time" he, enjoys training for and competing in triathlons, taking advantage of all the outdoor activities their home in Park City, UT has to offer, and most of all, family hikes in the woods.

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