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141: Integrative Oncology: Your Partner on the Cancer Healing Journey with Dr. Sonia Malani
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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141: Integrative Oncology: Your Partner on the Cancer Healing Journey with Dr. Sonia Malani

Looking for a naturopathic approach to cancer? 

In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Sonia Malani, who is a naturopathic doctor who specializes in cancer care so we are having a conversation all about integrative oncology and the options you have. 

Dr. Sonia Malani ND, FABNO is a physician, author, and researcher. Dr. Malani graduated from Bastyr University with her doctorate in naturopathic medicine. 

Prior to Bastyr, she graduated with a B.A in psychology from New York University. Fueled by a personal experience, Dr. Malani knew her calling was to be a naturopathic physician at the age of 19. After medical school, Dr. Malani completed a residency with a clinical focus in Integrative Oncology and Palliative Medicine. 

She is a Fellow of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology (FABNO). She has been involved in multiple clinical trials investigating the efficacy of integrative medicine in a clinical setting. 

Dr. Malani is co-investigator of the AIMS Cancer Outcomes Study (ACOS), a prospective outcomes study measuring overall survival in cancer patients utilizing integrative oncology. 

She currently sees patients, teaches and writes, and acts as a research consultant for integrative and functional medicine organizations nationwide.


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • How Dr. Malani learned about naturopathic medicine 
  • The role of an integrative oncologist
  • What caregivers need to remember when it comes to their own health
  • What integrative oncologists can do for patients
  • The improved quality of life integrative oncologists offer
  • The truth about sugar and cancer
  • The role of insulin in cancer
  • Why more people than ever want to learn about naturopathic medicine
  • How cancer can completely change your life


I hope you enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Malani. There is so much that can be done for cancer patients, and integrative oncologists can be a huge part of your healing journey. 

If you want to learn more about working with Dr. Malani, you can visit her website and follow her on Instagram. 


Resources Mentioned: 


Follow Dr. Malani on Instagram

Visit her website

Check her out on Rupa Health

Visit the OncANP website


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