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CANCERS
WE TREAT

COMPREHENSIVE APPLICATION

CANCER TYPES REACTING POSITIVELY TO HYPERTHERMIA TREATMENT

LIVER CANCER

Cancer that begins in the cells of the liver. Treatments vary but may include removal of part of the liver, transplant, chemotherapy and in some cases, radiation.

HEAD + NECK CANCER

A group of cancers of the mouth, sinuses, nose or throat. Smoking is a significant risk factor. Treatments include surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.

CHILD CANCER

The most common types of cancer diagnosed in children ages 0 to 14 years are leukemias, brain and other central nervous system (CNS) tumors, and lymphomas.

COLON CANCER

A cancer of the colon or rectum, which may begin as non-cancerous polyps. Treatments include surgery to remove the cancer, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.

BRAIN CANCER

A cancerous or non-cancerous mass or growth of abnormal cells in the brain. Treatments include surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.

BREAST CANCER

A cancer that forms in the cells of the breasts. Breast cancer can occur in women and rarely in men. Treatment depends on the stage of cancer.

SKIN CANCER

Melanoma is a cancer that develops from melanocytes, the skin cells that produce melanin pigment, which gives skin its color.

PANCREATIC CANCER

Cancer that begins in the organ lying behind the lower part of the stomach (pancreas). This type of cancer is often detected late, spreads rapidly and has a poor prognosis.

OVARIAN CANCER

A cancer that begins in the female organs that produce eggs (ovaries). Ovarian cancer often goes undetected until it has spread within the pelvis and stomach.

TREATMENT RESULTS

DETAILED LIST OF TREATED CANCERS

CANCER TYPES

  • Cervical cancer stages IIB and higher (supported by research)
  • Recurrent local disease or residual disease in cervical cancer patients after treatment with radiotherapy (supported by research)
  • A local recurrence (in the chest wall) in breast cancer patients previously treated with radiotherapy (supported by research)
  • A local recurrence in a previously irradiated region (supported by research)
  • Head and neck cancers (supported by research)
  • Bone metastases (supported by research)
  • Soft tissue sarcomas (supported by research)
  • Brain tumours (positive results in early studies)
  • Pancreas (positive results in early studies)
  • Liver metastases from colorectal cancer (positive results in early studies)
  • Rectal cancer (positive results in early studies)

CANCER DOESN’T DISCRIMINATE AND NEITHER SHOULD TREATMENT

Please note that even if the cancer you are suffering from is not listed above, you may still benefit from hyperthermia as a supportive treatment.

Please speak to your oncologist to find out if your kind of cancer could benefit from hyperthermia or get in touch with us and we will happily assist.

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