Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: How many cancer treatments does ACMA Clinic provide?
A:ACMA Clinic provides three cancer treatments: (1) ACMA Stage I, II, and III Cancer Treatment; (2) ACMA Stage IV Cancer Treatment; (3) ACMA Chemo and Radiotherapy Side Effects Cancer Treatment.
Q: Is ACMA treatment the same as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)?
A:No, ACMA treatment is not the same as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). ACMA treatment is a unique, proprietary, herbal treatment system that is not the same as TCM. For example, in China and around the world, the official TCM has been positioned as an assistant treatment at hospitals to address the side effects of surgery, chemo, or radiation therapy and help cancer patients recover from the hospital treatments. By comparison, ACMA cancer treatment is not an assistant treatment for hospital treatments. When cancer patients receive ACMA treatment, they are recommended to avoid surgery, chemo, and radiation therapy etc. hospital treatments. ACMA treatment can independently treat cancers without hospital treatments.
Q: I do not want to stop chemo or radiation therapy. But I also want to receive ACMA cancer treatment. Can I receive both chemotherapy or radiation therapy and ACMA cancer treatment together?
A:Yes, you can receive chemotherapy or radiation therapy and ACMA cancer treatment together. ACMA Chemo and Radiotherapy Side Effects Cancer Treatment is designed for this purpose, which can reduce chemo or radiation therapy side effects, and help patients complete chemo or radiation therapy more easily. For more information, please go to ACMA Chemo and Radiotherapy Side Effects Cancer Treatment.
Q: Can patients in other states or countries receive ACMA treatments?
A:Yes, patients in other states or countries can receive ACMA treatments through ACMA Visit Treatments or ACMA Remote Treatments. For more details, please Contact Us.
Q: Do I need an appointment to receive ACMA Visit Treatment?
A:Yes, all patients need to set up an appointment to receive ACMA Visit Treatments.
Q: If I cannot receive ACMA Visit Treatment, what should I do?
A:If you cannot receive ACMA Visit Treatment, you can receive ACMA Remote Treatment. For more details, please Contact Us.
Q: Are ACMA treatments covered by insurance?
A:Yes, many insurance companies cover ACMA treatments. For more information, please Contact Us.
Q: I have been diagnosed with cancer. Should I try surgery, chemo, and radiation therapy first or ACMA cancer treatment first?
A:Based on many cancer patient’s experiences, it will significantly increase your remission rate, 5-year survival rate, and cure rate if you receive ACMA cancer treatment first. For more details, please Contact Us.