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Our Mission

To bring together tomorrow's most effective cancer-fighting agents with those available today, to continually improve by integrating them into our program, and to provide our patients with an extensive arsenal of safe, natural treatments to help win their battle against cancer.

James R. Webb Jr., M.D.


After graduating Magna cum laude from Oklahoma Baptist University with a B.S. in Biology, Dr. Webb went on to receive his medical degree in 1999 from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City.

Dr. Webb completed a four year residency program at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center in Diagnostic Radiology followed by a fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology. His previous positions include Medical Director and Radiologist at the Oklahoma Surgical Hospital Imaging Center, Musculoskeletal Radiologist at Tulsa X-Ray Labs, among many others. To view Dr. Webb's CV, click here.

Lynn Karin Jennings, MD


Lynn grew up in Warren, Michigan, a blue-collar, working class suburb of Detroit. She attended Charles Mott Senior High School. During her junior year in 1972, she was an exchange student in Saltillo, Mexico. Lynn graduated from high school in 1973 and later that year began college at Oakland University. During her sophomore year she ran out of money to attend college and with limited options she joined the military.

In January 1975, Dr. Jennings entered the United States Army as a private. She was recruited for the Army Security Agency (military intelligence) and received training at Fort Devens and Fort Gordon before being stationed in Augsburg, Germany. After completing her military obligation she received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army in 1978. Later that year she resumed undergraduate training at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. During her undergraduate training, she became an emergency medical technician and was the first female member of the Knoxville Volunteer Rescue Squad.

Dr. Lynn Jennings received her medical degree from the University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences in Memphis, Tennessee in 1985. In 1989, she completed a four year residency program in Anesthesiology. After residency she entered the US Air Force and was staff anesthesiologist at Sheppard AFB, Texas. In 1992, she received an Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Air Force and began civilian practice as an anesthesiologist. In January 1995, she entered a Family Practice residency program. Dr. Jennings completed her residency program in Family Practice in December 1996. Dr. Jennings is Board Certified in Family Practice.

Dr. Jennings has an integrative/alternative medicine practice currently located at Champions Clinic in Wichita Falls, TX. She also works as the medical director of Camelot Cancer Care in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is committed to the philosophy of preventative, restorative and individualized treatment of the patient. Dr. Jennings strongly advocates alternative medical treatment for cancer prevention and treatment.

To view Dr. Jennings' CV, click here.

Maureen Long


Maureen Long is the founder and administrator of Camelot Cancer Care Inc.

She also functions as backup assistance to treatment coordinator; consulting with cancer patients, oncologists, home health care nurses, hospice workers and primary care physicians; providing support protocols to enable practitioners and caregivers to administer treatment to patients who have opted to continue their cancer care at home, following a brief stay at Camelot. Here is her background bio, in her own words:

My first experience in the medical field dates back to 1967 or '68, (40+ years ago.) I was working in a laboratory at age 18. I started typing reports, but had begun doing simple serum tests at the time I quit, to follow my then-husband, who was in the military and had been transferred to the East coast. It was there that I received further training and experience working in a large radiology clinic in Neptune, NJ. (Five doctors on staff.) The work involved direct care of cancer patients, many of them debilitated from chemotherapy and radiation sickness. This was in 1969-70.

After years of traveling with my spouse to military bases in Central America (Panama) and the US (Arizona), we returned to Tulsa. I enrolled in the Nursing Program at what was then TJC in 1978. I attended through 1981 or '82. At the time I left, I held a 4.0 GPA and was on the Presidents Honor Roll. But I had become deeply disillusioned with the reality shock of mainstream medicine, and had a pervasive feeling that much of the theory that was being taught, as well as some clinical procedures, did not promote healing, carried unacceptable risks and were not in the best interests of the patients. (Time has since vindicated my assessment, as several questionable theories and surgical procedures have since been quietly abandoned on the scrap heap of medical history.)

In the early to mid 1990?s, I became somewhat of a maverick practitioner in the field of Alternative Medicine, studying at the Genesis Institute in Oklahoma City under Charles Farr, M.D. Dr. Farr was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his research and discoveries in the field of bio-oxidative therapy.

In 1995, I co-founded The Rejuvenation and Longevity Foundation, together with my present husband, who is well known as a pioneer in the field of anti-aging medicine as The Father of Human Growth Hormone. He was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in 1996. The disease progressed rapidly to stage IV, and it became apparent that orthodox medicine had no effective treatment for his terminal illness. He declined chemo and radiation, when research revealed that the toxicity was not survivable in older patients.

And so we began a desperate search for a "Maverick" among our many friends who are members of the ACAM community. (American College of Advancement in Medicine.) Now aged 79, he remains healthy, in remission, over 11 years after receiving treatment with DMSO. (His testimonial may be found on this web site. It is in the form of a letter he wrote to astonished oncologists from the Veterans Administration, who had demanded to know, in detail, his case history and how he had survived high grade, aggressive, late stage Non-Hodgkins lymphoma.) As word spread of his recovery from "terminal illness", cancer victims began seeking us out, asking for our formula and treatment protocols.

The rest is history. Upon learning that DMSO may be legally administered off-label, so long as a doctor signs the treatment order, my former partner (now retired) and I formally opened our clinic in August of 2005. But we had been treating patients, (together with a supervising physician specializing in alternative cancer care), in clinical settings and doing occasional house calls, for years prior to opening our own clinic.

Like my retired former colleague, I am a cancer survivor. I was diagnosed over six years ago with uterine cancer. I declined conventional chemo and radiation, treated myself with DMSO -under my doctor's supervision-and remain cancer free to this day.

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