Nutrition and "detox" treatments can not "reverse" the abnormal cells of your DCIS. The abnormal cells in DCIS have had their DNA mutated, there is no way that this can be reversed. The idea that nutrition can cure cancer is a red flag that the practitioner who is telling you this is not a legitimate physician, but an alternative medicine "doctor". Alternative medicine is not based on scientific evidence and has not been proven to work, thus it is alternative. It is legal in the U.S. to practice alternative medicine because of a bad law called the Dietary Supplement and Health Education Act (http://www.quackwatch.org/02ConsumerProtection/dshea.html), as well as old laws on homeopathy, however it is not ethical medicine, because they have no proof that the "treatments" they use actually work. In fact many alternative medicine "doctors" refuse to have their so called treatments scientifically tested since they can't patent their "treatments" and so there is no financial incentive to do so. Instead they claim that they "know" it works. I highly recommend you get a second opinion, there any many additional treatment options for you at this point. DCIS is a very early stage of breast cancer and can easily be treated by conventional medicine (http:[email protected]
/documents/document/acspc-031941.pdf see page 9). There is no need to consider clinical trials at this point, DCIS is very treatable, with a 5 year survival rate from conventional treatments of about 99%. Please get a second opinion from a conventional physician. Seeing an alternative medicine "doctor" for cancer is a bad idea, because if you put off conventional treatments, which are proven to work, you could allow your cancer to develop into a more serious and less treatable grade of cancer.
Just out of curiosity, is the wellness/chiropractor you are seeing located in Fairfax Virginia?
Please stick with conventional medicine, DCIS is very treatable and alternative medicines have no evidence of actually working.