Optimized Prostate Therapy at Hospital St. George

For years we have been constantly trying to optimize therapy for both our tumor patients and our borreliosis patients. Prostate hyperthermia, namely the transurethral conducted one, has so far been the treatment of choice for patients with a carcinoma restricted to the prostate. This method has been very successful and …

Mebendazole, an old Vermifuge – as an Adjuvant in Tumor Therapy

The proven vermifuge Mebendazole (Vermox) has appeared to be an excellent universal anti-cancer adjuvant in recent years. Since our meeting with Dr. Simon YU in our clinic and his impressing book “Accidental Blow up in medicine”, we were able to gain impressive experience. How does Mebendazole work, what is known …

Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) and Targeted Low Dose Chemo­ therapy (TLD) for Cancer in combination with Hyperthermia.

Targeted Low Dose Insulin Potentiation Therapy (TLD/IPT) is a procedure for targeting chemotherapeutic drugs directly to cancer cells, making the drugs tough on the disease. Targeted Low Dose Insulin Potentiation Therapy is considered as gentler on the patient than conventional oncology, while targeting the cancer cell. A lower dose of …

Boswellia Serrata (Frankincense) in Natural Cancer Treatment

Can Boswellia serrata or Frankincense Oil support natural cancer treatment? For over 5,000 years, Boswellia and frankincense oil have been used in natural medicine. It was used to support the immune system, fight infection and cure disease, and even to treat cancer. Benefits of Boswellia serrata and Frankincense Oil The …

Integrative Cancer Therapy Concept at St. George Hospital

As if confronting a potentially fatal disease were not depressing enough, many cancer patients also have to face debilitating side effects induced by chemotherapy and radiation treatment. These range from fatigue and hair loss to life-threatening pneumonia, emboli or a crippling wastage of lean muscle mass. Sometimes conventional treatment and …

Oncothermia: the Loco-Regional Hyperthermia (LRH) treatment

Dr. Douwes, the Medical Director at St. George Hospital, founded the clinic in 1992 together with the Hungarian company Oncotherm, a technical company that develops hyperthermia devices. Since the foundation these divices are used at St. George Hospital and part of its Hyperthermia Center, the largest such center world-wide. Since …

A Review of Whole Body Hyperthermia and the Experience of St. George Hospital

Whole body hyperthermia (WBH) is the deliberate heating of the whole body to achieve an elevated core temperature of 41-42°C for a shorter time frame (average of 2 hours) or 39-40°C (average of 4 to 8 hours). There are clinical trials all over the world, including in the US. These …