Here is a list of cancer-fighting herbs and supplements that you can add to your regime. But, please, consult your acupuncturist, herbalist, or doctor before making any drastic changes to your current herb/med/supplement protocol.
From the Health Concerns website: CordySeng is a highly concentrated herbal extract designed as a flavorful tonic drink for variety of uses. It combines the best of the fu zheng (Restore the Normal) herbs, Qi tonics, and yin tonics. It is designed to be used on its own as an energy tonic and immunomodulating formula or as an adjunct to other herbal formulas.
The main ingredient, cordyceps (dong chong xia cao), is considered a tonic and supporting herb that restores energy, promotes longevity and improves quality of life. In the lab, it has been shown to increase natural interferon levels in animal cells. Cordyceps is used in many Chinese cancer-support formulas. Recent double blind controlled studies conducted in China by Christopher B. Cooper, M.D., demonstrated that derivatives from the Tibetan mushroom Cordyceps sinensis can play a significant role in increasing energy and aerobic capacity.
Red Ganoderma (ling zhi) contains highly active polysaccharides, which appear to have potent immune regulating effects. It is traditionally used to protect the liver from damage, reduce the symptoms of hepatitis and lower liver enzyme levels. Astragalus (huang qi) and licorice (gan cao) have antiviral and immune potentiating activity; American ginseng (xi yang sheng) and ginger (gan jiang) support digestive functions.