New England School of Homeopathy

Treating Cancer

I am pleased to have the opportunity to share a bit about my 2014, which by most anyone’s account would be considered a bit of a dud. But due to a combination of an uncanny ability to make lemonade from lemons and decades cultivating habits of resilience, I actually got a lot out of my crazy cancer year. There were some significant bumps in the road, don’t get me wrong; but I knew when I entitled my first Huffington Post piece on the topic, Say Goodbye to the Girls, I was probably going to be just fine. For a full accounting, read my blog: http://dramyrothenberg.blogspot.com.

Some of these earlier listed pieces were written some years ago and are put here for completion’s sake.

Articles published in Homeopathy Today, by the National Center for Homeopathy

Facing Cancer … What Can We Do?
Taking an integrative approach: Homeopathic treatment for people with cancer.
By Amy Rothenberg, ND
May/June 2008

A Powerful Tool
Using homeopathy during conventional cancer care
By Amy Rothenberg, ND
Summer 2014

Huffington Post Blogs by Amy Rothenberg, ND 

Naturopathic Oncology – January 2014

Say Goodbye to the Girls – February 2014

There Goes the Hair – April 2014

Positively Radiant: Naturopathic Medicine Approaches to Complement Radiation Therapy – July 2014

BRCA Test and Re-Test – September 2014

Angelina’s Choice – March 2015

Naturopathic Medicine Week, Some Videos to Share – October 2015  (In honor of National Naturopathic Medicine Week, I am posting here a number of videos related to naturopathic medicine and integrative cancer care. This taping was done right after I completed treatment for breast cancer in the summer of 2014)

Articles published in the New England Journal of Homeopathy

An Ethical Dilemma
Spring/Summer 2000
Highlights of a discussions by NESH students and graduates on the ethical issues involved in treating patients with cancer that refuse other allopathic treatments.

Weakness and Shortness of Breath, in Patient with Terminal Pancreatic Cancer with Metastis to Liver
Fall/Winter 2000
By Amy Rothenberg, ND