A Review of Whole Body Hyperthermia and the Experience of Klinik St. Georg

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 or (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. …

Nightmarish Health System: Why only complementary therapy can save us

Why do more and more people die from cancer although the pharmaceutical industry makes billions with cancer pharmaceutics? Why is the mortality rate the lowest where there is the smallest number of doctors? Why do we still agree to a health system that bleeds us financially but cannot cure our …