Dr. Nuzum grew up in a family of naturopaths and was the only biological son to Scott and Joanne Nuzum. Daniel was just seven years old when his parents started adopting children, and they didn’t stop until thirty-two children had found a happy and healthy home! The experience of witnessing, as well as assisting with the care of, the various challenging needs of his siblings provided the ultimate inspiration for his future career and sparked his passion for giving back and healing through natural techniques.

Dr. Nuzum received his license to practice natural medicine at the age of 20, becoming the youngest licensed naturopath in U.S. history at that time. In Mexico, he worked in numerous cities and towns with different tribes. He has also served as a professor, sharing his knowledge by traveling throughout North America, South America and the Caribbean.

Daniel Nuzum is a seasoned and dedicated medical professional with proven expertise and demonstrated success as a Doctor of Osteopathy, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Doctor of Indigenous Medicine, and a Doctor of Natural Medicine, and a researcher and formulator for Dr. Nuzum’s Nutraceuticals.

A pioneer in the industry and an expert in Naturopathic medicine with immense field-work experience, substantial research contributions, and significant private practice experience in which he has treated more than 15,000 patients throughout his dynamic and comprehensive career, Dr. Nuzum exceeds what it means to be an industry leading practitioner.

Learn more about Dr. Daniel Nuzum and his work at https://www.drnuzum.com

    4 replies to "Healing Cancer: The Importance of Starting with Gentle Care First – Dr. Daniel Nuzum"

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      How to heal my breast cancer

    • Louis Botha

      Dr Nuzum has an approach that simply makes sense, I’m really looking forward to this presentation!

    • Jackie Lhirondelle

      I gave a fungated tumor can you trll me something . I am hesling naturally …did not know what to expect….

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