Dwight McKee (MS, Onco)

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Integrative Oncologist and Hematologist,
Author and Researcher, USA & Germany


Dwight L. McKee (MD, CNS, ABIHM) is board certified in medical oncology, hematology, nutrition, and integrative and holistic medicine. Dr. McKee graduated from Williams College with honors in chemistry in 1970. He then entered a combined MD-PhD program at Case-Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he completed the first two years of medical school, as well as full graduate studies in pharmacology, and one year of research. After changing his interest from laboratory research to clinical medicine, he completed his last two years of medical school at the University of Kentucky, in Lexington, KY, where he received his M.D. degree in 1975. He completed a rotating internship at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington D.C., and then became associate medical director of Integral Health Services in Putnam, CT. – the first integrative medicine clinic on the east coast.

Over the next twelve years, he studied and practiced nutritional and mind/body medicine, along with a full range of complementary medicine disciplines.

Interview Summary

Dwight McKee is board certified in medical oncology, haematology, nutrition, and integrative and holistic medicine. In addition, he explores the possibilities in homeopathy, acupuncture, mind-body medicine, and energy medicine.

Dwight strongly believes that what we eat regulates our gene expression – epigenetics – and knows that one of the key functions of good health and balance is diversity, whether in our gut, our diet, in agriculture, or on the planet as a whole. An effective way to get the gut healthy is through a micro-biome transplant, also known as a fecal transplant, under the supervision of a professional. Another way is through ingesting fermented foods, and this can be done at home, to regain a healthy gut.

He goes on to discuss ‘cancer rehab’, which includes nutrition, exercise, stress management, social support and a sense of purpose, and tells us how we can look after these aspects ourselves. He also shares some excellent ideas on pre-habilitation.

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