Robert Zieve, MD is the Medical Director of Partners in Integrative Cancer Therapies. Having practiced as an integrative medical doctor for over 35 years, and simultaneously as a board-certified specialist in emergency medicine from 1983-2003, Dr. Zieve is one of the most experienced and well-trained physicians in integrative cancer medicine in the United States.
From 2008-2013, Dr. Zieve was the supervising physician at EuroMed Foundation integrative cancer clinic in Phoenix, and also served as staff physician at An Oasis of Healing integrative cancer clinic in Mesa.
Dr. Zieve has served in many ways nationally in the field of integrative and alternative medicine. He was an instructor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ in the 1990’s, and was President of the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association for two terms in the late 1990’s. From 1999-2001 he was Medical Director of Paracelsus Fox Hollow Clinic near Louisville, KY, which was the US affiliate of Paracelsus Klinik, an internationally known cancer clinic in Lustmuhle, Switzerland.
Dr. Zieve is the author of two books: Healthy Medicine: A Guide to the Emergence of Sensible Comprehensive Care, and Beyond the Medical Meltdown: Working Together for Sustainable Health Care. He was interviewed on his approach to integrative cancer medicine for a chapter in the book Defeat Cancer.
In an effort to further the national education of physicians in integrative cancer medicine, Dr. Zieve is the Medical Director of Healthy Medicine Academy and the Editor-In-Chief of the Cancer Strategies Journal. He is the host of Healthy Medicine Radio in Northern Arizona on FM 90.1 in Prescott, which is available online worldwide through iTunes.
For the past twenty-five years, Dr. Zieve has been blessed with the opportunity to have studied with some of the best minds and most experienced practitioners worldwide in integrative medicine and integrative cancer medicine. He uses many treatment modalities with his patients, including IPT (low-dose, high-frequency chemotherapy potentiated by insulin); IV Vitamin C therapy; cancer-specific applications of herbs, nutrients, and food programs, along with the broad range of lab tests, scans, and procedures that are often required when one has a cancer diagnosis.