Clinical immunology is the field of medicine that, through laboratory testing, endeavors to first understand which directive is malfunctioning. Through further blood tests we can usually answer the question of which of the five possible causes led to its failure. Then by using a variety of immuno-active agents, nutritional supplements and detoxifiers we endeavor to reconstitute the immune system so that it can re-engage in the healing process whether it be a situation of; immune deficiency, an auto-immune disease, severe allergy, post Lyme Disease syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or other immune dysfunction such as cancer. To stop and heal from any severe or chronic disease thus requires an addressing of the underlying issues of stress, infection, toxin or nutritional deficiency to create a movement towards health.
Our treatment approach may include a combination of: Immuno-active substances An individualized diet program Nutritional supplementation to support the healing process IV therapy to more quickly support your immune system and resolve nutritional deficiencies Laboratory tests to further clarify and diagnose your problems and to identify issues of; immune damage, toxins, stress, infection, nutritional deficiencies and biochemical imbalances Stress modification therapies Energetic medicine including Acupuncture and Homeopathy. (more)


9/15 - The Long Island CareGivers™ Alliance awards Dr. Jesse Stoff the co-chairman of the executive board. Joined by Linchitz Medical Wellness Center president (Laurel Muckey) and educational director Carmen Regallo-Dewitt, the Stoff team is about to embark in a CareGivers™ sponsored fundraising branch called "THE BRIGHTER WAY"; a joint-venture with his grant-finding program S.I.M.R. (The Stoff Institute for Medical Research) to create the first major grant catalog to find moneys for patients with severe-to-terminal medical issues. (photo insert: Dr. Stoff w/ CareGivers co-founder Dr. Andrew J. Rochman)




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June, 2017- In a recent on-air interview at WBAB/WBLI Station with AFAC’s first partner organization- Leukemia-Lymphoma Society’s own Jamie Lamarca (Patient Access Manager), Dr. Stoff announced his new centralized awareness platform and a resource directory for disease patients. “I visit hospitals and oncology offices across Long Island to raise awareness about LLS and what we can do to help”, says Ms. LaMarca. “When a patient is first diagnosed, they are thrown into a world they certainly don’t want to be in. An easily accessible support system is really important for (any) patient- and as a social worker, it’s a passion of mine to bring support, education and offer financial assistance!”

May, 2017- Awareness for a Cure is also underway various productions of a video series called “Survivor Stories.” This program spotlights volunteer survivors who escaped the throes of a deadly disease. One of the many upcoming mini-biographies of Survivor Stories include Ms. Rachel Klein- a Long Island mom who shares a then-to-now perspective of what it was like to first get the diagnosis and with the help of cancer foundations like the Leukemia & Lymphoma society, she received the help she needed to stay alive and regain her quality of life for years to come. In the ongoing battle against Cancer, the list of charities, foundations and grants also continues to grow. Coordinators of the Long Island AFAC efforts continue their mission to seek out, meet and learn about each remarkable organization and bring awareness about their work. “By listing grants, sharing fundraiser feature stories and establishing a publication that supports the cancer community with people-based information, we are joining the front lines of the fight by arming all sufferers with a true society that is truly on their side!”, states Laurel Muckey, AFAC co-editor. (see Rachel Klein's Survivor Video)

AFAC's objectives to bring awareness, resources and hope to the community also includes featuring the tremendous spirit behind local fundraiser projects and events.  One of the many headliners of our upcoming Awareness News series is Mrs. Ginny Salerno, Founder and Executive Director of LI2DAY ( whose personal life’s work is to establish the (now) massive undertaking of producing breast cancer walks on Long Island.  In 2003, Ginny returned from a national breast cancer walk and was inspired to bring a multi-day walk to Long Island where 100% of the funds raised by walkers would stay on Long Island to be distributed by grassroots breast cancer service & support organizations. With sheer determination, family, friends and the support from local politicians and businesses, the inaugural LI2Day Breast Cancer Walk took place in Suffolk County in June of 2004 and raised $291,000. Now into its 14th year, local grassroots organizations from South Nassau and Manhasset to Montauk Point are receiving funds to fight breast cancer and other women’s cancers.  Over $6 million dollars has been raised in 14 years. (SEE THE NEXT 5K EVENT 8/19)


Since 2006, Dr. Jesse Stoff (onco-immunologist) has been involved in supporting other research groups and foundations through his own non-profit entity called S.I.M.R. (Stoff Institute for Medical Research) and has recently established a public project called AWARENESS FOR A CURE.  “With the help of a few friends”, AFAC was inspired by a host of cancer foundations and members of the Long Island Caregivers Group geared at creating a resource for all Long Island-directed grants, 5k walks/races and fundraising efforts to raise $$ to find a cure for debilitating diseases.  “There are so many ways to join the fight against Cancer”, starts Dr. Stoff. “Being a health practitioner is one way, but having public resources to get patients funding, education, treatment options or services to help them restore their lives is also a major home-run for so many!”

AFAC-DAY ONE: One of Dr. Stoff’s major allies in this philanthropic mission Ms. Annie Brandt (TX)- founder of BEST ANSWER FOR CANCER ( cancer survivor turned advocate and global educational crusader for the many treatment and survival options. BAFC is an international organization of doctors and patients working to shift the cancer paradigm from a one-size-fits-all disease-based approach to a patient-centered, integrative medical approach- supporting integrative oncology that addresses the disease while considering the uniqueness of each patient. “We wish to empower physicians and patients to adopt the newer, more successful paradigm-- we believe the best answer for cancer is an approach that destroys the cancer while enhancing the overall health of the patient.” States Ms. Brandt. BAFC became one of the founding partners for Awareness for a Cure by helping to of support the many notable organizations on Long Island. The new Long Island branch is committed to sharing all Island-based special events, spotlighting the vision of the founders and helping fundraisers through social media and seeking out volunteers.

Dr. Stoff & LLS fundraising director Kristina Curatolo getting ready for the big annual Light the Night Walk

CAREGIVERS SPOTLIGHT: TEAM STOFF is the newest fundraising challenger for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Each year, LLS produces the annual LIGHT THE NIGHT WALK; an inspirational and memorable 2K walk every fall where participants in nearly 200 communities across North America join together carrying illuminated lanterns to take steps to end cancer. Oct. 15, 2016-s a passionate integrative health practitioner, Dr. Jesse Stoff endorses The Leukemia Lymphoma Society's efforts and whose commitment to fight cancer under "Team Stoff" helps to support this amazing event! A reported 5000 lanterns (participants) attended the event and each person brought even more family members and friends to fill Eisenhower Park with a night of complete support for lost loved ones or survivors. According to Kristina Curatolo, Sr. Director of Special Events, LLS anticipated to raise more than $1.36 million from the event, where post-event is expected to bring in significant follow-up $$.


Team Stoff is comprised of various members of the and alliance members of Dr. Jesse Stoff & Co. Fundraising Captains (Lennard Gettz & Laurel Muckey) manages fundraising teammates and donors: Steve Signorile, Justin Ghaw, Dr. Robert Newman, Luis Ferrer (survivor), Dr. Andrew J. Rochman, Dr. Lynda Loudon Sheppard, , Justin Ghaw, Dr. Joel Kestenbaum/Evan Kestenbaum (Optix Family Eyecare), Robert Masone (Minuteman Press) and Dan Forsberg.

5/15 Dr. Stoff Packs Health Presentation at 2016 NAVEL Expo- He shows no signs of slowing down when it comes to getting the word out about the Immune System. Dr. Jesse A. Stoff travels all over the country to get on the mic in front of hundreds of students, onlookers, would-be patients and fellow doctors alike. He has much to share as a long-time advocate of integrative medicine as he takes a stand against all chronic diseases- especially "the big C") to push a prevention strategy in his latest seminar series about "THE PITTS" (stands for Poor Nutrition, Infection, Toxins, Trauma and Stress) as the 5 major proponent of any chronic disease. You can find Dr. Stoff this weekend at the upcoming NAVEL EXPO where he presents on behalf of IGS (Integrated Genetic Solutions) at the Huntington Hilton (5/15)