Ed Clay is a renaissance man. He is the President of United Cancer Centers, where he uses his expertise in messaging and online media, along with his 18 years as an entrepreneur. He’s also a former mixed martial arts fighter who once held the ranking of ninth in the world, was the former owner of Submission Fighter magazine, and has a clothing brand.
In 2015, along with his two partners, Scott Nelson and Deddrick Perry, Ed acquired CHIPSA Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico, where his interest in developing solutions to address some of the glaring issues with cancer management in the United States comes into play. He is a strong supporter of integrative immunotherapy and the concept of bringing together conventional and alternative sides of medicine to improve patient outcomes. When it comes to late stage cancer treatment, Ed is considered a pioneer.
Have you ever given thought to alternative/holistic medicine? Consider this: the need for a new approach to medicine, along with the declining health of the older population within the United States, is growing. Alternative medicine could be the answer, yet the majority of options are not available within the US. Ed Clay, President of United Cancer Centers and CHIPSA Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico, has turned his focus from mixed martial arts to help those in need get the care they deserve, including his mother, who had her own time in the ring against rheumatoid arthritis.
In this week's episode of Top Minds, host Dr. Scot Gray sits down to talk with friend and fellow alternative medicine advocate, Ed Clay. They discuss the need for combination therapy as a treatment option and the use of stem cells on a larger scale. Ed gives a brief history of how he decided to try alternative medicine and the results he has seen from using alternative medicine in his hospital. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about stem cells and alternative medicine, now’s your chance. Stay Tuned!