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Robert J. Zieve, MD, is one of the most experienced and well-trained physicians in integrative medicine in the United States. He practices integrative cancer medicine in Prescott, AZ, at Innate Wellness and Medical Center. Soon he will be joining the staff at An Oasis of Healing in Mesa, AZ.

Dr. Zieve graduated from the Ohio State University College of Medicine. He has practiced holistic and integrative medicine for over thirty-five years, and worked for over twenty years as a Board-Certified specialist in emergency medicine and as the director of an emergency department at a small hospital. He has lectured to groups in both orthodox clinical and holistic medicine, both locally and nationally, for over twenty years. He has taught classes at the university level as well as at physician education forums. One of his teaching assignments was at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. Additionally, he was President of the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association for two terms, from 1998 to 2000, and during 1999-2001, he was Medical Director of Paracelsus Fox Hollow Clinic, which was the United States affiliate of Paracelsus Klinik in Lustmühle, Switzerland, near Louisville, Kentucky.

Dr. Zieve is trained in many different medical disciplines, including homeopathy, nutrition, herbal, anthroposophical, and European biological medicine, as well as conventional allopathic and energy medicine. He is able to practice medicine in these diverse areas due to the extensive training he has received over the past twenty years. Examples of his extensive training include: a graduate course in homeopathy, a two-year physician course in anthroposophical medicine, training in nutritional medicine, ten years of ongoing study with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, of the American Academy of Neural Therapy; a two-year course with The Biological Medicine Foundation  that included training with Dr. Rau at Paracelsus Klinik in Switzerland; two-year courses with Lee Cowden, MD, in Bioenergetic Medicine; extensive training with Gerard Geunoit, MD, the well-known French homeopathic physician; a two-year course called Clinical Herbal Medicine Training in Cancer Therapy with Donald J. Yance, CN, MH (AHG); a one-year  course in Hellinger Family Constellation Therapy with Mark Wolynn at the Hellinger Institute of PA, and a year of training in  Recall Healing with Gilbert Renaud of Canada.

Dr. Zieve is the author of the 2005 book, Healthy Medicine: A Guide to the Emergence of Sensible Comprehensive Care, as well as the 2006 book, Beyond the Medical Meltdown: Working Together for Sustainable Health Care (Bell Pond Press). He has also been interviewed by the Huffington Post’s health and wellness expert. That interview can be found on the Internet at the following address:

Dr. Zieve is the founder and director of the Center for Healthy Medicine (, a non-profit organization that has developed a plan for the transformation of health care in the United States, which includes strategies for developing effective and affordable care for all Americans. He is also Chief Medical Consultant to the Healthy Medicine Academy (, and host of the weekly radio show, Healthy Medicine, which can be downloaded online from the Healthy Medicine Academy website. Many national cancer physicians have interviewed on this show, including Bernie Siegel, MD, and Donald Abrams, MD, Director of the Osher Cancer Center at the University of California, San Francisco, as well as others.

As an integrative medicine doctor who focuses on cancer, Dr. Zieve takes on different roles with his patients. Sometimes, he’s their primary care physician who treats their cancers, and at other times, he’s their primary care physician who works in collaboration with their oncologists. At other times, he is the consulting physician to their primary care doctors.

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  • What Cancer Is and What Causes It
  • The Role of Emotions in Cancer Development and Healing Emotional Trauma
  • IPT—Insulin Potentiation Therapy and Metronomic Chemotherapy
  • Chemotherapy Sensitivity and Other Types of Testing
  • Addressing Growth Factors in Cancer
  • Building Up the Body with Botanicals, Vitamins and Other Nutrients
  • Girding the Body’s Foundations
  • Improving Cellular Energy and Immune Function
  • Building a Treatment Protocol in Layers
  • The Multi-Faceted Benefits of Herbal Remedies for Treating Cancer
  • Detoxification
  • Dietary Recommendations
  • Treatment Outcomes
  • Patient/Practitioner Challenges to Healing
  • Risky Cancer Treatments and What Constitutes Good Science
  • Why Oncologists Aren’t Open to “Alternative” Cancer Treatments
  • How Friends and Family Can Support Their Loved Ones with Cancer
  • Who Heals From Cancer?
  • Last Words

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