How to Stop Feeding Cancer

Dr. Rashid Buttar, D.O.


  • How to reframe the threat of cancer so it can become a gift instead of a burden.
  • When cancer is a wakeup call: how to learn to love and appreciate yourself more fully.
  • How our minds, beliefs, and emotions directly affect our immune system health.
Nathan Crane 

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. Dr. Rashid Buttar graduated from Washington University with a double major in biology and theology and went on to attend medical school at the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences College of Medicine and Surgery. 

He trained at general surgery and emergency medicine and served as Brigade Surgeon, and Director of Emergency Medicine while serving in the US Army. Dr. Buttar is board certified in Clinical Metal Toxicology, preventative medicine, is board eligible in emergency medicine, and has achieved fellowship status in three separate medical societies. He serves as the Medical Director for the Centers for Advanced Medicine with clinics in California and North Carolina. Dr. Buttar has patients from 93 countries, is an international best-selling author and a world acclaimed speaker with an international reputation in effectively treating cancer and autism. Dr. Buttar, thank you so much for being here. 

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