Their treatment is based on a
well-established concept developed by Dr. Josef Issels -
predominantly a biological approach which rebuilds the body’s immune
Holistic therapy of tumors and cancers of all kinds and stages
using fever therapy, hyperthermia and immunobiological medicine. Includes detoxification,
homeopathy, peroxide, Chelation therapy, oxygen/ozone therapy, colon
hydrotherapy, thymus extract, antigens, supplements, Proteolytic enzymes, biological response modifiers,
immune therapy, diet, microbiological therapy, Neural therapy, electrotherapy,
visualization, and acupuncture. Surgery, low-dose chemotherapy or
hormones, is used if urgently needed to halt tumor growth. Chemotherapy,
when used, usually employs a single agent in lower than conventional
doses, and may be combined with fever therapy. On rare occasions
radiation therapy is recommended but not given onsite. Hormonal therapy is
often used. Pain treatment is done if needed.
They treat late stage cancers and those
considered incurable. However, they will only accept who are not too weak and are able to walk unaided and
are not confined to bed, and those with acute leukemia. They can treat all
The first aim of their therapy is to detoxify the body and
to strengthen the defense mechanisms and patient's whole condition. The second
aim in the therapy is to try to stop tumor growth and then to reduce it; the third
aim is to prolong the patient's life and
to improve the quality of life.
Therapy continues at home after a 3-6 week
stay at the clinic.
There is a write up on this clinic at http://www.nfam.org/treatment/clinicreports.htm.
The information on this page is provided by
The Cancer Cure Foundation based on information we have received from a
variety of sources, including the clinic itself, feedback from people who
have gone to the clinic, and in some cases from clinic tours. The listing
of a doctor or clinic here does not signify an endorsement by the Cancer
Cure Foundation, unless we have indicated it. We encourage you to check
out each clinic by visiting the clinic if possible, talking to people who
have gone to the clinic (ask the clinic for contact information of people
who have gone to the clinic), and by checking with other
organizations as to what they know about the clinic. There are also
some forums you can join to
get feedback from others. We would also be happy to tell you what we know
about any of these clinics.
If you do go to any of these clinics for treatment, be sure to mention
you heard about them through The Cancer Cure Foundation, and be sure to
let us know about your experience, positive or negative. Any feedback you
can offer may help others who are trying to decide which clinic to go to
or which therapy to use.
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