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Upon completion of his Chiropractic degree, he began to pursue courses in a somewhat new field called Functional Medicine. This changed his life as a healthcare provider. He learned how to heal a person at the cellular level, from the inside out. Dr. Roney was diagnosed with melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. He was following a very healthy lifestyle, but this really forced him to research why, at 28, he had a potentially deadly form of cancer.
Hey, it’s Nathan Crane, Director of the Health and Healing Club and Host of the Conquering Cancer Summit, and today I am honored and excited to welcome you to a very special interview. I’m Nathan Crane. I’m your host for this symposium. I want to welcome you to a great conversation here with Dr. Daniel Roney at the Cancer Center for Healing. He’s the director of the Cancer Center for Healing here in Irvine, California. I’ve been doing some amazing interviews here with your colleagues and your team. It’s really fascinating to be in a place like this where you have this incredible team of people that’s working hands-on with thousands of patients. Obviously you have the Cancer Center, which is specifically focused on helping people with cancer, and you have the Center for New Medicine, which is also helping people with all kinds of things, all kinds of illnesses and diseases. And so you really get a very integral viewpoint and approach to treating people who are dealing with cancer and other chronic diseases.