Qualification of the Integrative Oncologist
(based on Dr. Lisha Fan’s education, background, & experiences)
1. You must currently practice in Oncology field, who has or had trained in Oncology at least three years (Surgical Oncology, Radiation Oncology or Medical Oncology) in the United States, or Germany, France, United Kingdom, Sweden or Nations mainly practice Western Medicine.
2. You must have solid knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Trained or learned), and National Certified of Acupuncture or Herbal Medicine in the United States, OR China, Germany, France, United Kingdom, or Nation has School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and authority to Certify of TCM.
3. You must have a certain degree of knowledge of philosophy, or having philosophic mind.
4. You must have 3-5 years of research experience in cancer, understanding the FDA regulations, or having ideas of improving the regulations in your own national standards.
5. You must have extended knowledge in Drug discovery, such as MoA, Kinase, Small Molecular therapy, Genetic theory… or clinical research, in order to understand what will work, and what will not work…
6. You are welcome to contribute your new insight to this new field.
7. Who has a great deal of knowledge of our solar system or our universe are very welcomed, This country and the world is very much needed of this new specialty.
Advancing Integrative Oncology
In the future, Integrative Oncologists will play a major role in designing the treatment of cancer and will work closely with basic researchers to develop cost-effective therapy.
Every Integrative Oncologist will be required to perform complete medical history and physical exam, using your clinical judgement (integrative knowledges, Eastern and Western Medicine) to diagnosis, with a few test to confirm it.
Limiting Diagnostic X-ray exposure.
Radiation Oncologists and Medical Physicist have to work very closely to develop better target therapy to tumor and limiting damages to normal tissue as well as protect performing physicians and technicians.
Limiting Insurance to influence or impact patient’s care.