About Us

Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch Natural Medical Center
Lot 9 Barangay Maluid
Victoria Tarlac 2313

No other cancer clinic, of any kind, has such a highly documented success rate.

The purpose of this dissertation is to acquaint you with the Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch Natural Medical Center and our method of treating cancer, in terms the average layman can understand without unnecessary scientific, medical terminology. We will not make flowery misleading statements, nor do we claim a cure-all for cancer or any other diseases. We simply feel that we have the most successful and efficient methods of treating cancer anywhere in the world today.

The Dr. Farrah Method of treating cancer was developed by Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch, M.D., and her late father, the world-famous herbalist, Sir Antonio Agustin. The Philippines first Natural Cancer Treatment Center was established by Sir Ton in Tarlac back in 2000. It grew to accomodate 45 inpatients, prior to our new organic farm medical facility which opened in Victoria, Tarlac in October 2015.

The Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch clinic has continued to grow ever since its establishment, and at present occupies a new one hectare, modern, solar and wind powered facility, that’s centrally located, and fully equipped to handle patients.

As always, the clinic is open for visits by any physician or group of physicians, and many physicians and surgeons have visited us from all over the world, and as a result we have consulted them on treatment protocols, as well as treated patients which they sent to us.

Our treatment is available to all those afflicted with this dread disease, both rich and poor alike. At the present time there are under treatment and observation approximately 5,000 patients, among whom practically every type of malignancy is represented. Our experience has been derived from treating over 100,000 patients since year 2002.

Oncology [ong-kol-uh-jee], English from onco- “tumor” + -logy “science or study of”.

How are you studying the cause of a tumor if you’re just cutting (surgery), poisoning (chemo), or burning (radiation) it?

Radiation, Chemotherapy and Surgery are not used or encouraged as part of the Dr. Farrah Method since they are directed at the effects of cancer and not the cause.

Treating a disease mostly caused by toxins with carcinogenic toxic poisons and dangerous procedures seems pretty ignorant to us.

In spite of great advances being made in medicine, the spread of cancer has become a colossal problem in recent years. Although billions of U.S. dollars have been spent on research, no active “conventional” treatment has come forth that has been recognized as truly satisfactory or curative for the majority of cases. The reason for the failed “war on cancer” is not a shortage of funds but their gross misallocation on ineffective treatment modalities.

What is cancer?
Simply put, cancer is a growth in the body that’s outside of the body’s control and which operates on its own agenda. It’s unique among other tissues in that it doesn’t recognize itself as part of the body. Every normal tissue acts cooperatively with the rest of the body, but not cancer. It will grow, invade and metastasize, as it takes everything that it needs from the body to do that. And all at the body’s expense.

In general, there are two types of tumors. The benign tumor which is not a cancer, which may grow anywhere in the body but is encapsulated and does not spread to other parts of the body. The other type, known as a malignant tumor, or cancer, which may stay localized, but which may also spread to various other parts of the body. Like most other severe diseases, cancer almost invariably causes the death of the patient unless it is cured or arrested .

Conventional vs. Alternative
In conventional medicine, the focus is the disease: In alternative medicine, the focus is the patient. Let’s discuss conventional cancer treatment first. The goal of conventional oncology therapies—chemotherapy, radiation and surgery—is tumor eradication. None of these methods deal with the cause of the tumor, and all are full of high risk and side effects.

Most everyone is aware of the negative side effects of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. They depress the immune system and kill healthy cells as well as malignant cells. This can take a terrible toll on a patient’s quality of life and in many cases will actually shorten a patient’s life. But, there is an issue much more significant than the negative side effects. Cancer cells become resistant to such therapies over time. Unfortunately, many patients who experienced a good outcome at first with chemotherapy or radiation will find that they no longer respond on subsequent cycles, and have a wrecked immune system as well.

The great news is that there is a very effective type of cancer treatment known as “Integrative Medicine.” This approach combines conventional medicine with alternative interventions that help overcome and compensate for the abject failures of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.

Dr. Farrah Agustin Bunch, M.D., is the Philippines leader in the field with 15 years of experience in integrative cancer treatment as well as coining the phrase “Immunopathy.” A demonstrateable track record of her successes in treatment of stage 4 cancers is listed below. These are observed survivors, not five-year age and sex adjusted relative survival statistical mumbo jumbo. If you can find better rates of success anywhere in the world, we suggest you go there for treatment.



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Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch Natural Medical Center
Survial rates for stage 4 cancers
Survival (%)
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Breast 93 73 60 51 45
Breast** 98 90 83 78 75
Ovarian 94 87 74 60 55
Lung 70 53 41 30 25
Colorectal 89 74 68 62 58
Pancreatic 50 40 36 30 25
Liver 49 38 32 29 22

** Dr. Farrah was the first treatment option

The Dr. Farrah difference

More important than knowing what cancer is, is how to treat it. The Dr. Farrah Method works to reach the cause of cancer by systemic elimination of toxins, thereby eradicating both the cause and the effect of the cancer. When we consider cancer in an individual, we consider first of all the patient’s general condition. Secondly, we consider the location of the cancer. Third, the amount of damage that has been done, either by the cancer itself or by prior treatment, so that we can custom fit a treatment for the patient. Treatments are entirely tailored to the individual. A breast cancer patient will get a different treatment protocol than a lung cancer patient. In addition, different individuals with similar cancers may have somewhat different treatments. The treatments we do at Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch Natural Medical Center are multi-faceted. The cornerstone of our treatment program is Dr. Farrah’s Boston C, as well as other various supportive treatments that may be considered necessary per patient.

Mission Statement

Our mission: Save lives by empowering and educating the world’s population with reliable, current and comprehensible information about the biology and effective treatment of cancer.


Why I Do What I Do

“Always ask the reason why”. For anyone who has ever been in my office that’s the big three-letter word with the big question mark behind it that I teach ad nausea. If there is only one thing to learn from me, it would be to ask, “Why do I have this problem?” I want you to become a Sherlock Holmes of your own healthcare, desiring to look deeper and say “why?” Never be satisfied with a diagnosis.

I have a desire to help people, to dig and figure out the cause, even after people and patients and other medical professionals have given up and just settled on a label.

On average, our patients have been to a multitude of doctors, both traditional and integrative, and just can’t seem to find satisfactory answers to their problems. We are based in the Philippines and many of our patients have been to some of the largest and most “prestigious” hospitals in the world, even turned away from them because there’s nothing left that can be done to help them.

Death has not been a stranger in our clinic since many patients arrive after chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, or just waiting and hoping for too long. Many of our patients are seemingly teeter-tottering on the edge of leaving this world, and it’s a dose of reality when some of them do. It is a heartbreaking reality that drives us. It makes me a better person, it makes me a better doctor and it forces me to do everything I can to figure my patients out. Every day I am faced with knowing people are placing their lives, and the lives of their loved-ones, in my care. I love a good challenge.

We use an integrative approach – one that addresses root causes, requires lifestyle changes, and develops a game-plan that is realistic and manageable for patient success.  I know we are all going to die but it just sickens me to see the statistics of what’s going on with traditional cancer treatment. “We’ve done all we can”, seems to be the mantra of the oncology demi-gods when ‘all they can’ consistently falls short. I’m often reminded of the movie Patch Adams, where Robin Williams played a young man of the same name as the title, struggling with his identity, depressed and afraid. He checked himself into a hospital and finally realized his purpose in life when he helped a fellow patient. He wanted to be a doctor and help others.

Patch went to the MD that governed the psychiatric institution to demand he be discharged to follow his ‘calling’. The doctor, who ruled with a nasty disposition that would rather drug a patient than listen to them and feel their pain was stubbornly refusing to let Patch go, “what is it that you think you want to do with your life,” he sneered.  “I want to help people; I want to be a doctor,” Patch proudly stated.  “You can’t be a doctor,” the MD soured, “I’m a doctor.”  “Yeah, but you SUCK at it,” Patch pounced back with a simple honest conclusion.

If you’ve “done all you can do” then MAYBE there is SOMEONE ELSE who can DO MORE. Maybe that is us.

I’m not saying your doctor sucks, just realize that that every year there are thousands of people who take the Medical Licensure Board exams. There are even people who have failed them 2, 3, 4 or even more times. No matter how many times someone takes it, even if they eventually just barely pass and finish dead last among the passers, you know what they’re called?


If I were to distill my philosophy of medicine it would be as follows: physicians and patients must work together. As a physician my job is to educate my patient and steer him or her away from danger. I must be as transparent as possible, while acknowledging my shortcomings. My patients taught me that only the patient can cure himself or herself. We all must nurture, support and respect the immune system. As a physician I am a mere mortal. Contrary to medical dogma, cancer is not the precursor for death. It is “us.” Let’s embrace life and live it to its fullest. I hope that this will assist you in attaining the remedy that you so richly deserve.

“Nature makes the cure; the doctor’s job is to aid nature.” Hippocrates (400 B.C.)

We are honored with the prospect of being able to help you treat your cancer or that of your loved one. Let us tell you something you can absolutely rely on. A cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence.


Why Listen To Us?

You have several choices. You can continue to seek out information on your own like you’re doing. You can listen to your current cancer doctors and do exactly what they say. You can give us the opportunity to show you why we have so many success stories. OR you can just continue to contemplate, consider and evaluate. You have a life threatening condition so you need to make a decision and believe in the fact that you will recover.


Cancer is a reversible degenerative condition. Once you understand what cancer is, the way it is treated by most cancer doctors makes no sense. For example, if you have been diagnosed with cancer, have your cancer doctors explored the cause of the cancer with you? If so, you are unique. We have asked this question to many thousands of patients with cancer and the answer has always been “No.” How much sense does that make? You’re a cancer doctor and you’re trying to cure something but you have no interest in exploring its cause.

The doctor you choose to help you with your recovery from cancer is a very personal decision. He or she certainly does not have to be a cancer specialist (oncologist). We encourage you to search out that “perfect” physician for you. They are out there.

Don’t Fire Your Doctor — Yet
As an informed consumer of medical service, you will be empowered. When the doctor’s advice tracks with your knowledge, you’ll confidently accept his/her treatment. When you need to, you will intelligently opt to seek a second, third or fourth opinion.

Put yourself in your doctor’s shoes. Doctors are trained in a medical school environment where drug companies provide most of the research grants and curriculum materials. Conventional (allopathic) medicine is taught to consist of treating “disease” and symptoms with synthetic drugs and procedures (surgery and radiation, for example). Neither in school nor in training is the concept that our bodies are able to heal with nurturing ever broached.

Once in practice, drug company “representatives” entice doctors every day, each leaving free samples. Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), insurance companies and the government are all looking over their shoulders, scrutinizing every diagnosis, every test. Attorneys await the doctor’s least slip or recommendation of “unusual” treatment, misdiagnosis or prescription of the wrong drug. Doctors seek sanctuary in narrowly specialized fields.

Almost all of the new information doctors get comes from “continuing education” sessions sponsored by drug companies. With insurance companies and Medicare/Medicaid paying only a fraction of what doctors bill, they are under extreme economic pressure to keep patient “face-to-face” time to the bare minimum. One study showed that the average patient spends only two minutes with the doctor during each visit. My own sister in law is a US based Physician whom is allotted a maximum of 15 minutes per patient during her 12 hour shifts!

There are very few doctors who understand the correlations between lifestyle, environment and disease. The average M.D. received two hours (clock hours, not credit hours) on nutrition and preventive medicine in his six to ten years in medical school and hospital training. Nutrition is a science at least as complex as conventional medicine. You are fortunate that thousands of medical professionals like Dr. Farrah have broken out of this “treat symptoms with drugs and procedures ONLY” mold.

dr-farrah-on-dwiz-radio-stationDr Farrah on DWIZ Radio station

greed-and-fear-are-present-in-cancer-treatmentGreed and fear are present in cancer treatment

God made us for a reason, for a cause and for a purpose. A purpose is what we are made to do, the reason why we were created and the cause of our living. I believe that we were each born for some higher purpose and it’s our cosmic mission to find it.

We exist on this earth for some undetermined period of time. During that time we do things. Some of these things are important. Some of them are unimportant. The important things give our lives meaning and happiness. The unimportant ones basically just kill time.

Most of us have no clue what we want to do with our lives. Even after we finish school. Even after we get a job. I often have patients who in the winter of their life, still aren’t sure what their purpose is.

Discovering your purpose in life essentially boils down to finding things that are bigger than yourself, and bigger than those around you. To find them you must get off your couch and act, and take the time to think beyond yourself, to think greater than yourself, and paradoxically, to imagine a world without yourself.

My purpose is the healing of my patients. It gives me a tremendous fulfillment when I am able to guide a sick patient back to health. I believe your body was created, by design, to heal itself.

This is the foundation through which we provide care to our patients. Your body has the capability to correct, self-heal, and self-regulate. It just needs the proper environment to enable it to do so. Rather than chasing symptoms, we address the cause of those symptoms. Sounds profound, yet so simple, right?

What am I passionate about?

My passion is for improvement, being good at something and then trying to get better. I applied that obsessiveness for improvement to health care. God blessed me with healing skills and I use those skills to save lives. How about you?

Right now, there’s something you want to do, something you think about doing, something you fantasize about doing, yet you don’t do it. You have your reasons, and you repeat these reasons to yourself again and again.

What are those reasons? Because I can tell you that if those reasons are based on what others would think, then you’re screwing yourself over big time.

Great things are, by their very nature, unique and unconventional. Therefore, to achieve them, we must go against the herd mentality, and to do that is scary. Embrace embarrassment. Feeling foolish is part of the path to achieving something important and meaningful. The more a major life decision scares you, chances are the more you need to be doing it.

Find a problem you care about and start solving it. Obviously, you’re not going to fix the world’s problems by yourself, but you can contribute and make a difference. That feeling of making a difference is ultimately what’s most important for real happiness and fulfillment.

Most of us don’t like thinking about death. It freaks us out. Thinking about our own death surprisingly has a lot of practical advantages. One of those advantages is that it forces us to zero in on what’s actually important in our lives and what’s just frivolous and distracting.

What is your legacy going to be? What are the stories people are going to tell when you’re gone? What is your obituary going to say? Is there anything to say at all? If not, what would you like it to say? How can you start working towards that today?

When people feel like they have no sense of direction, no purpose in their life, it’s because they don’t know what’s important to them, they don’t know what their values are. When you don’t know what your values are, then you’re essentially taking on other people’s values and living other people’s priorities instead of your own. This is a one-way ticket to unhealthy relationships and eventual misery.

Are you ready to get busy living or busy dying?