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Dr. Jody E. Noé, MS, ND
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Dr Jody E. Noé, a graduate of Old Dominion University (BSc, MSc) and Bastyr University (ND), is a Professor of Oncology and Family Medicine at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is also the founder of the Integrative Oncology Clinic and the Chair of Botanical Medicine. She served as senior staff physician and integrative researcher in oncology at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dr Noé practices naturopathic family medicine, naturopathic integrative oncology, and Cherokee medicine in Connecticut.
Dr Peter J. D'Adamo is a graduate of Bastyr University (ND) and author of Eat Right for Your Type and Eat Right for Your Life. He is a founder of the Center for Excellence in Generative Medicine at the University of Bridgeport.
Textbook of Naturopathic Integrative Oncology $99.95
This textbook is designed to teach medical college and health science students fundamental cancer cell biology and inflammatory pathway biochemistry in preparation for managing patients with various forms of cancer, integratively. While several texts have been written on integrative medical practice in general, this is the first book to focus exclusively on naturopathic integrative cancer treatment.
Integrative cancer treatment combines conventional allopathic chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery with naturopathic modalities, chiefly lifestyle counseling, stress management, clinical nutrition, and botanical medicine. These integrated modalities can be applied not only to cancer treatment but also to cancer prevention and palliative care.
By definition, the word integrative means to unify, to make a whole by bringing all parts together. Integrative medicine treats the person as a whole, integrating body, mind, and spirit. The patient is respected as a whole being, not just managed as a disease condition, and becomes empowered as a result to participate consciously in the healing process.
The body of literature on integrative practices is growing rapidly, with studies supported by key government bodies, university research centers, and cancer institutes. Throughout this book, medical information and clinical guidelines are grounded in the most current research and best practice standards established by multidisciplinary medical associations. Taken together, the extensive references at the end of each chapter comprise the most complete and current list of integrative and naturopathic research on cancer in the medical literature to date.
Clinical reasoning and case management skills are developed by presenting information in recurring SOAP chart order and by presenting case histories of patients who have been managed integratively. Open-ended case management studies are provided for instructors to use in directing team activities and for students in preparing for board examinations.
Virology for the Herbalist $35.00
A book designed for herbalists
The Virology for the Herbalist is her 3rd and most recent self-published book and the 2nd book in her series for herbalists.
In this book Dr.Noe discusses the classificatsions, replication and behavior of many viruses that humans have been affected by. She covers the history, replication cycles, prevention, diagnosic presentation and more.
The book also includes herbal monographs for over 20 herbs with anti-viral properties and which may be specific for certain viruses. Dr.Noe has also included many of her tried and true formulas.
The Endocrine System for the Herbalist $35.00
A book designed for herbalists
The Endocrine System for the Herbalist is her 1st self-published book and the 1st book in her series for herbalists.
In this book Dr.Noe discusses the function of hormones, the cycles of the body and the glands involved. The book highlights the connections between the systems of metabolism and stress responses. The "dance of the hormones" and how we can use herbal medicine to support and regulate these complex systems that are affected by our everyday life as well as illness and dis-ease.
This book includes extensive plant monographs for over 48 herbs. These monographs include ethnobotalical uses, research, indications, and recommended applications.
Medicinal Cannabis Experiences & Protocols- A Cannabis Companion Handbook $35.00
Dr.Noe has been working with and teaching about Cannabis for over 30 years. She started working with it clinically in the 1980s during the beginning of the HIV/AIDs epidemic. She continues to use Cannabis medicines clinically in her current practice.
This plant has been used as medicine since the beginning of time and has come back into the limelight of main stream culture. Throughout its long history of use it has been an important medicine for numorous health conditions including oncology, neurology, psychology and many more areas.
This book is truely a gift of experience and connection. In this book Dr.Noe shares some of the herstory of the plant, the science including the botany of the plant and the endocannabinoid system in humans. She covers many specific areas where this plant can be used along with specifics of medicine making and application.
Noé, Jody E. 2009. L-Glutamine Use in the Treatment and Prevention of Mucositis and Cachexia: A Naturopathic Perspective. Integrative Cancer Therapies 2009; 8; 409 originally published online Nov 25, 2009. Available for download Here!
Noé, Jody E. 2002. Herbal Tonic Formulas for Naturopathic Obstetrics. Alternative and Complimentary Therapies, Vol. 8, No. 6; pp 327-335. Available for download Here!
Noé, Jody E., Iwu and Wootton (eds.), 2002. Ethnomedicine and Drug Discovery. © 2002 Elsevier Science, B.V. Chapter 10, pp. 125-131. Available for download Here!
Noé, J.E., 1998. Ginkgo Biloba: A Monograph. Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, Vol. 8; Spring. Available for download Here!
Hudson, T., et al. 1997. Clinical and Endocrinology effects of a Menopausal Botanical Formula. Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, Vol. 7, No. 1, Winter; pp. 73-78.
Noé. J.E. 1997. Angelica Sinensis: A Monograph. Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, Vol.7, No.1, Winter; pp. 66-72. Available for download Here!
Kirk, P.W., Jr., B.J. Dyer, and J.E. Noé. 1991. Hydrocarbon utilization by higher marine fungi from diverse habitats and localities. Mycologia 83(2): 227-230. Available for download Here!
Fahey, C., 2001. Hidden Illness: Adrenal Stress, Let's Live Magazine. Franklin Publication, Inc. CA.
Marohn, S. (ed.), 2001. Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies. Hampton Roads Publishing, VA.
Noé, J.E., 1998. New Woman Magazine, April.
Noé, J.E., 1997. Alternative Medicine Digest, Issue 19, September.
Myers, W. 2002. Mother Nature's Miracle Medicines, Prevention Magazine. Rodale Press, PA.
Noé, J.E. and Smith, C.F., 2001. The Ethnobotany and Medico-religious theory of the traditional Cherokees: The Keetoowah.
Noé, J.E. 1995. Vitalistic Materia Medica for Botanicals.
Clinical Trial: Randomized Comparison Study of Glutamine vs. Stomatitis Cocktail in Chemotherapy or Radiation Therapy Induced Mucositis. 2004-2005. Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Tulsa, OK. Dr. Jody E. Noé, Principal Investigator and author of this phase II