Dr. Wright is a Naturopathic doctor with 16 years' experience in the field of integrative oncology, having spent 12 years working in hospital based oncology teams. Dr. Wright has special expertise in pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, brain cancers and digestive tract cancers and offers fundamental support for people with other chronic conditions such as thyroid disorder, chronic fatigue, irritable bowel, gastroesophageal reflux, asthma, allergies, migraines, and depression. Additionally, Dr. Wright works with people who want to reduce their risk for cancer and creates effective, supportive plans for risk reduction. Dr. Wright also educates on optimal nutrition for athletes, children and families. For everyone she works with, Dr. Wright provides therapeutic support to grow the experience of health. Dr. Wright sees clients via teleconsultation services.
Dr. Wright is passionate about helping patients access evidence based, natural anti-cancer therapies with a focus on improving quality and quantity of life. She provides helpful tools to incorporate into each day, to help you create an environment that is less hospitable to disease. Dr. Wright will also share pearls and proven strategies to help with recovery from surgery and to protect against the side effects of chemotherapy, radiation, immunotherapy and targeted therapy. Dr. Wright believes that empowering patients to best understand and participate in the decision-making for ongoing cancer treatment is an important part of care.
Dr. Wright is the past president of the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP.org) and serves as Research Director for KNOWintegrativeoncology.org, a database of published human clinical trials in integrative oncology.
Dr. Wright has published several articles that may serve as resources in your cancer care journey. Please see the resources section of this site to read more.
Dr. Wright attended St. Lawrence university graduating in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in liberal arts and then went on to complete post-baccalaureate pre-medical studies at Tufts and Northeastern Universities in Boston while working in the Harvard Mallinckrodt Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry as Lab Manager and Research Assistant. Dr. Wright also studied midwifery in East Africa working with a WHO program supporting traditional birth attendants.
In 2005, Dr. Wright graduated from Bastyr University, a federally accredited doctoral program for naturopathic medicine and subsequently went to work in her hometown hospital in upstate NY for 2 years before moving to Philadelphia PA in 2008 to work in a cancer treatment hospital. Dr. Wright became a board certified fellow of naturopathic oncology in 2011 and devoted much energy to the training of residents, integrative oncology research and the support of the naturopathic profession within the integrative care model. Dr. Wright works on several research projects currently. One is KNOWintegrativeoncology.org - an educational platform on integrative oncology for clinicians.
Dr. Wright is licensed as a naturopathic physician by the state of Vermont.
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