Sean Devlin, DO, MD (H)
Dr. Sean Devlin is a board certified Family Physician, board eligible in Emergency Medicine, board certified and fellowship trained in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and fellowship trained in Integrative Cancer Therapeutics. He also holds his credential as a Homeopathic Medical Doctor (HMD). Dr. Devlin trained with the British College of Homeopathy and through direct apprenticeship with other homeopathic doctors and integrative practitioners in the United States and abroad. Dr. Devlin offers extensive practice services in Integrative Medicine, providing care for patients with chronic medical conditions including cancer, chronic infections like Lyme Disease and co-infections, as well as caring for patients with chronic pain in his clinical practice at the Institute of Integrative Medicine and the Institute of Integrative Oncology (I2Med/I2Onc) in Santa Monica, CA. Dr. Devlin’s dedication to medicine and to presenting his patients with the best, innovative and proven therapies, as well as his own continued education is supported by his international lecturing, teaching and research.
Dr. Devlin holds a Master of Biochemistry from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, and pursued doctoral studies in Pharmacology at the University of Tennessee with an emphasis on the evaluation of novel antineoplastic agents. During his tenure as a PhD candidate Dr. Devlin uncovered a variety of novel research and data on the endocannabinoid system and its relationship with the parasympathetic nervous system, suggesting marijuana held significant medical benefits for a wide variety of clinical conditions. After reviewing the literature to date he was invited to lecture to the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Tennessee to report his findings. These findings prompted Dr. Devlin’s pursuit of other natural therapies for some of the most difficult chronic diseases. He has spent the past 20 years exploring the clinical implications of his findings, and uses this evidence to treat his patients and teach other practitioners. Recently, Dr. Devlin published an article in the Townsend Letter (formerly Townsend Letter for Doctors, then Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients, is a periodical focusing on alternative medicine which has been in circulation since 1983) regarding the benefits of cannabis in cancer patients.
Dr. Devlin has practiced Integrative Oncology for the past 12 years and is a certified instructor of Fractionated Chemotherapy with a Biological Response Modifier (FCBRM), or what some people refer to as IPTLD (Insulin Potentiation Targeted Low Dose Therapy). This treatment targets chemotherapeutic drugs directly to cancer cells, making the drugs tougher on the disease and easier on the rest of the body. He is a Founder and current Advisory Board Member of the International Organization of Integrative Cancer Physicians Foundation, a non-profit cancer research and educational foundation.
Dr. Devlin’s extensive travels have enabled him to work with cancer physicians and researchers nationally and internationally in an effort to better understand cancer and its treatment. He is a frequent speaker and guest lecturer throughout the United States and globally. Dr. Devlin has lectured for the A4M Integrative Cancer Therapeutics fellowship and obtained a Master Degree program at the University of South Florida. He currently serves on the Medical Advisory Board for The Best Answer For Cancer Foundation, and works with a variety of Integrative Oncology and specialty medicine groups around the country as a consultant. He received his medical degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his Internship and Family Medicine Residency at the University of Nevada.