Doesn't it make more sense to treat a patient instead of their disease? Orthodox Fountain Hills cancer treatments often fail because they are prescribed to patients without knowing whether it will have any effect on their particular cancer. Everyone's cancer is unique, so treatment must focus on the individual, not the disease.
Dr. Thomas Incledon's Fountain Hills alternative cancer treatment focuses on studying every patient's particular cancer, and then developing a treatment protocol that will be the most effective. Schedule a 30-minute consultation today and find out more about Dr. Incledon's revolutionary approach to Fountain Hills alternative cancer treatment.
See what breast cancer survivor Diane has to say about Dr. Tom’s approach to treatment and why she believes in her body’s abilities to heal its self now more than ever.
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Our Fountain Hills cancer treatment specialists believe that any patient can be successfully treated
The focus of our cancer treatment is to enhance your body's natural ability to fight cancer
Our In-Home Fountain Hills alternative cancer treatment program is designed to get patients strong enough to visit the Causenta Cancer Treatment Center
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If you or someone you love is suffering from cancer, we understand how hopeless and frustrated you feel. Mainstream Fountain Hills cancer treatments like radiation and chemotherapy can rob you of your independence and joy, but we believe there is a better way to fight this terrible disease.
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A revolutionary Fountain Hills cancer treatment that boosts your body's natural ability to fight cancer
Everyone has cancer cells in their body. Sometimes our natural mechanisms that control their growth fail, causing the cancer to grow. The reasons this happen vary from patient to patient, which is why it doesn't make sense to use “one-size-fits-all” treatment protocols that may prove ineffective and further weaken the patient.
At Causenta Cancer Treatment Center, we believe there is a better way to approach treatment. Contact us today and find out more about our Fountain Hills cancer treatment protocols, and find out more about enhancing your body's natural ability to fight back.
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Fountain Hills Tidbits
Fountain Hills, Arizona was established in 1970 by McCulloch Properties, currently known as MCO Properties Inc as a master planned community. The region was part of one of the most extensive cattle and property holdings in Arizona before 1970. During the late 1960's, a man named Robert McCulloch bought the property and a man named Charles Wood, Jr. who also designed Disneyland in southern California created Fountain Hills.
Its natural beauty is one of the most valuable assets in Fountain Hills. Natural desert terrain and some fantastic views provide for many different outdoor activities that include golfing, boating, biking, and hiking. The fact is that this community offers some of the more picturesque and challenging in the State of Arizona.
One of the tallest and most beautiful man-made fountains in the world is the gem of Fountain Hills. This fountain draws thousands of tourists every year and serves as a focal point for Fountain Hills.
Prior to the reconstruction of another of Mr. McCulloch's projects, which was the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, he constructed the fountain in 1970. At the top of the hour, the fountain sprays water for approximately fifteen minutes every hour. The plume rises in the middle of a large manmade lake from a concrete sculpture of a water lily.
Three 450kW, 600 horsepower turbine pumps drive the fountain and sprays water through an 18-inch nozzle at a rate of some 7,000 gallons/minute. Under near perfect conditions and when all three pumps are running, the fountain will reach a height of some 560 feet, although only two pumps are typically used the height of the fountain about 300 feet.
At public buildings and throughout its downtown area, Fountain Hills is home to more than 100 pieces of artwork that is displayed publicly. Art is a significant portion of the heritage of Fountain Hills.
Fountain Hills is situated on some 13,006 acres of land and surrounded by McDowell Mountain Regional Park to the north, the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community to the south, the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation to the east, and Scottsdale the 3,500-foot McDowell Mountains to the west. Fountains and Bronze sculptures that have Community Profile themes that range from the serious to the whimsical adorn the parks, plazas, and public buildings. The collection also contains many different kinds of media and art that includes metals, photography, paintings, and stone. Both visitors and residents alike are invited to take the Art Walk guided tour or wander the streets of Fountain Hills.
The population of Fountain Hills has increased to some 22,489 people in 2010 from 10,190 people during the past 24 years. MAG (Maricopa Association of Governments) has estimated that the population of Fountain Hills will continue to increase to a population of between 30,000 and 35,000 people. The community continues to attract new residents who are constructing large custom homes to take full advantage of the scenic vistas that surround this Mountain town, although as the result of a slow economy, the rate of growth has decreased.
The Fountain Hills Statistical Land Use Analysis report demonstrated that the town is primarily comprised of 3,191 acres, of developable land, some 86 acres of undeveloped land, some 212 acres of developed land, some 3,940 acres of parks, golf courses, and open space, golf courses and parks, some 298 acres that are zoned commercial, and some 6,668 residential acres. The community also has a total of some 40 acres that are that is zoned industrial, with some eight acres that are underdeveloped and some 31 acres that are developed.
Since 2010, the community has been designated as Playful City USA, based on the abundant playground and open space that is available for public use.
Fountain Hills offers a wide range of living accommodations, from large custom homes to small condominium complexes. The community also offers retirement, cultural, and recreational programs that address the lifestyles and needs of older adults in addition to active families.
Phoenix Magazine named Fountain Hills as a welcome oasis on the outskirts of a metropolis and the best place to live in the Valley of the Sun. The quality of life of some 22 Valley towns was measured by the magazine, which included the statistical analysis of the square feet of retail spaces, miles to the Sky Harbor Airport, the crime rate, home cost, income and population of each community. In this ranking, the criteria used by the magazine are much the same as the priorities that have been established in the Strategic Plan for Fountain Hills.
In the Business Week Magazine Fountain Hills has garnered the highest accolade. They considered the lifestyle, such as green space, good weather, low crime, clean air, short commutes, the strength of the local economy, and the school quality. None of the suburbs evaluated had populations of less than some 5,000 people or over 60,000 people. Only one suburb in each state was chosen.
One of the primary reasons that Fountain Hills is such a desirable place to live is its low population density. Unlike many other areas within of the Valley, one can commute, play, and dine without congestion.
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