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Medical Qigong Seminar #11
The Treatment of Cancer
with Medical Qigong Therapy (#2)
32 Hours - 5 Days


This is a 5-Day intensive seminar on Medical Qigong Treatment Protocols and Prescriptions for Cancer Treatment, as explained in Chapters 55 through 56 (Sections 11) of the textbook, "Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy: A Comprehensive Clinical Text."

This eleventh seminar offers the student an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong. Course content will include the treatment of various types of cancers and tumor formations, radiation and chemotherapy, surgery, diet and nutrition.

After completing Seminar #11, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's energetic matrix as it pertains to Traditional Chinese Medicine, Disease, Diagnosis and the Medical Qigong clinic.

The focus will be placed on integrating Clinical Qigong Modalities, advanced assessment and energetic modulation skills, as well as case studies and mock clinical exercises. This is the eleventh in a series of 12 Seminars offered by the Healing Qi Institute in order to complete the requirements for "Master of Medical Qigong."

Each student will be tested at the end of the seminar, and a certificate of completion will be given.



Syllabus for Medical Qigong Course 11.M
The Treatment of Cancer
with Medical Qigong Therapy (#2)

Day 1 (9:00-12:00 P.M.)
• Treatment of Bone Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

The Bones, Marrow, and Jing; Pathology of the Bones; Bone Cancer; Bone Loss Cycle and Metastasis; Types of Bone Tumors; Etiology of Bone Tumors; Symptoms;
Treatment Protocol 1: Bone Tumors

Lunch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 1 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Treatment of Multiple Myeloma with Medical Qigong Therapy

Etiology of Multiple Myeloma; Herbs for Treating Multiple Myeloma
Treatment Protocol 1: Myelomas
• Clinical Protocol for Leukemia
Disorders of the Blood; The Energetic Pathways of the Blood Vessels; Etiology of Leukemia; Herbs for Treating Leukemia; Research;
Treatment Protocol 1: Leukemia

Day 2 (9:00-12:00 P.M.)
• Clinical Protocol for Malignant Lymphoma
Etiology of Malignant Lymphoma; Herbs for Treating Malignant Lymphoma;
Treatment Protocol: Malignant Lymphoma

L unch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 2 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Clinical Protocol for Skin Cancer

Etiology of Skin Cancer; Herbs for Treating Skin Cancer
Treatment Protocol 1: Skin Cancer #1
Treatment Protocol 2: Skin Cancer #2

Day 3 (9:00-12:00 P.M.)
• Clinical Protocol for Radiation Therapy

Introduction to Cytotoxic Treatments; History of Radiation Therapy; Side Effects of Radiation Therapy; Cancer that is Resistant to Radiation Therapy; When Patients Should Not Receive Radiation Therapy;
Reading Assignment: Chapter 55 (pages 877-878).
Treatment Protocol: Radiation Therapy)
Homework Prescriptions: Radiation Therapy)
Qigong Meditations used to Augment Radiation Therapy)

Lunch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 3 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Clinical Protocol for Chemotherapy

The History of Chemotherapy; Understanding the Treatment of Chemical Anti-carcinogens; Cancer that is Resistant to Chemotherapy;
Treatment Protocol: Chemotherapy
Homework Prescriptions: Chemotherapy
(Relieving Symptoms Associated With Radiation and Chemotherapy)
(Vegetable Juice Formulae for After Radiation and Chemotherapy)
(Bone Broth Formulae for After Radiation and Chemotherapy)
Meditations To Be Used While Receiving Chemotherapy)

Day 4 (9:00-12:00 P.M.)
• Medical Qigong and Surgery

The History of Surgery; Surgery and Cancer; Medical Qigong and Preoperative Therapy; Disconnecting Emotional Attachments from the Tissues; Strengthen the Body's Internal Organ Energetic Function; Medical Qigong and the Treatment of Surgery; Medical Qigong and Postoperative Therapy; Medical Qigong Therapy and Recreating Organ Energy; Medical Qigong Therapy and Organ Transplantation; Phantom Pains of Amputated Organs; Medical Qigong Therapy and the Treatment of Scar Tissue.
Reading Assignment: Chapter 56 (pages 879-888).
Exercise: Treatment of Surgery
Treatment Protocol: for Scar Tissue

Lunch Break (12:00-1:30 P.M.)

Day 4 (1:30-5:00 P.M.)
• Herbs and Nutrition

History of Chinese Diet and Nutritional Therapy; Guidelines; Nutritional Therapy for Cancer Treatment; Treatments and Nutritional Supplementation Prescriptions; iet Therapy for Cancer Treatment; Foods the Cancer Patients Should Avoid;

Day 5 (9:00-12:00 P.M.)
• Herbal Therapy for Cancer Treatment

Immune-Enhancing Herbs; Herbs for Brain Tumors and Cancer; Herbs for Treating Nasopharyngeal Cancer; Herbs for Treating Esophageal Cancer; Herbs for Breast Cancer; Chinese Herbal Formulae for Breast Cancer; Herbs for Lung Cancer; Herbs for Treating Stomach Cancer; Herbs for Treating Pancreatic Cancer; Herbs for Liver Cancer; Herbs for Ovarian Cancer; Herbs for Ovarian Cysts; Chinese Herbal Formulae for Ovarian Cysts; Herbs for Treating Uterine Cancer; Herbs for Treating Cervical Cancer; Herbal Suppositories for Treating Cervical Cancer; Herbs for Treating Prostate Cancer; Herbs for Urinary Bladder Cancer; Herbs for Treating Colon Cancer; Herbs for Treating Leukemia; Herbal Formulas Used in Treating Leukemia; Herbal Formulas Used in Treating AML Leukemia; Herbs for Treating Malignant Lymphoma; Herbs for Treating Multiple Melanoma;

Lunch Break (12:00-2:00 P.M.)

Day 5 (2:00-5:00 P.M.)
• Social Oncology for Cancer Treatment

Establishing a Cancer Support Group; Social Oncology within the Hospitals; Counselor Characteristics within Social Oncology.
• Examination











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